Norwegian Cruise Line in 2019 will unveil another giant new megaship, Norwegian Encore. Featuring colorful hull art designed by Spanish artist Eduardo Arranz-Bravo, Norwegian Encore will be the fourth and final ship in Norwegian Cruise Line’s Breakaway Plus class. Like the last two ships unveiled by Norwegian Cruise Line, Norwegian Encore will feature a deck-top race course with electric go-karts. But the course on Encore will be bigger than those on its two predecessors. The go-kart race course on Norwegian Encore will extend over the sides of the ship in four places. The main pool of Norwegian Encore will be flanked by two giant water slides. Dubbed the Aqua Park, the water slide area of Norwegian Encore rises several decks above the main pool. Norwegian Encore also will have a laser tag area themed around the lost city of Atlantis with faux ruins and sea creature tentacles. The main showroom on Norwegian Encore will be home to the Tony Award-winning “Kinky Boots.” A scene from “Kinky Boots,” the Tony Award-winning show that will be aboard Norwegian Encore. An artist’s drawing of a balcony cabin on Norwegian Encore. Princess Cruises in 2019 will unveil a new ship called Sky Princess. Carrying 3,660 passengers at double occupancy, it’ll be the fourth vessel in the line’s recent Royal Class series. An artist’s drawing of the top deck of Sky Princess. The main pool deck of Sky Princess has two deep-tank pools linked by sunken, communal seating. The pool deck also has more hot tubs than earlier vessels in the same Royal Class series. At the back of Sky Princess, passengers will find the infinity-style Wakeview pool, lounge seating and a bar — all with spectacular views of the horizon. Like other Princess ships, Sky Princess will feature a soaring, European-style Piazza that serves as a central gathering point for passengers. New on Sky Princess will be La Mer, which will offer casual French bistro-style dining with a modern twist. It’s the creation of Emmanuel Renaut, whose Flocons de Sel restaurant has received three Michelin stars. Sky Princess will feature two two-bedroom Sky Suites that will be bigger than any other suite ever built on a Princess ship. Each of the two Sky Suites on Sky Princess will have a dining room as well as a living room and two bedrooms. An artist’s drawing of the master bedroom of a Sky Suite on Sky Princess. Sky Suites on Sky Princess will feature the largest balconies found on any Princess ship. Passengers staying in Sky Suites on Sky Princess will be able to see the ship’s deck-top Movies Under the Stars screen from the suite’s balcony. A digital rendering of Carnival Panorama, a Carnival Cruise Line ship scheduled to debut in late 2019. Carnival Panorama will feature a Fahrenheit 555 steakhouse similar to the one on the line’s recently unveiled Carnival Horizon. An artist’s drawing of an outdoor seating area planned for the Fahrenheit 555 steakhouse on Carnival Panorama. Like the recently unveiled Carnival Horizon, Carnival Panorama will be home to a Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse. The interior seating area of the Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse planned for Carnival Panorama. An artist’s drawing of the Guy’s Pig & Anchor Bar-B-Que Smokehouse planned for Carnival Panorama. Among other eateries, Carnival Panorama also will have a teppanyaki restaurant. The Alchemy Bar, a staple of ships in the Carnival fleet, will be back on Carnival Panorama. An artist’s drawing of one of the “Havana Cabin” category rooms planned for Carnival Panorama. Another feature of Carnival Panorama will be a Chef’s Table for special dinners. An artist’s drawing of the Chef’s Table area planned for Carnival Panorama. The Family Lounge on Carnival Panorama. Costa Cruises in 2019 will unveil its biggest ship ever, Costa Smeralda. Costa Smeralda will feature a sloping deck area with lounge chairs at its back called the Piazza di Spagna. An artist’s drawing of a balcony cabin on Costa Smeralda. Among the more unusual features of Costa Smeralda will be a standalone design museum called CoDe. MSC Cruises in 2019 will unveil two new ships. Among them will be MSC Grandiosa, the largest MSC Cruises ship ever at 182,700 tons. Grandiosa is a stretched version of MSC Cruises’ 1-year-old MSC Meraviglia. The second MSC Cruises ship debuting in 2019 will be the 171,598-ton MSC Bellissima. It’s a sister to the 1-year-old MSC Meraviglia but not an exact copy. The main pool area on MSC Bellissima will be called the Atmosphere Pool. The Atmosphere Pool area on MSC Bellissima will have a giant movie screen. The Horizon Pool and Amphitheater is another outdoor venue planned for MSC Bellissima. Other deck-top amusements on MSC Bellissima will include the Western-themed Arizona Aquapark. Like MSC Meraviglia, MSC Bellissima will have Formula 1 race car simulators. MSC Bellissima will feature the Jean-Philippe Chocolat & Café, a venue that revolves around chocolate.