With so much to consider, a quick Google search has become the perfect tool for anyone planning a cruise to the top-rated luxury cruise ships of the world.
And that’s why we’ve put together this comprehensive list of the 25 most pollution-filled cruise ships and ports in the global cruise industry.
We’re not just looking at the pollution levels of each cruise ship’s main ports.
We’ve also included the pollution in the water, the marine life that lives on the decks, the environmental impact of the cruise ship itself and the waste generated by its crew.
The list is made up of a few key criteria: the total number of ships, the number of passengers, the percentage of ships with pollution and the average number of deaths per cruise ship per year.
These factors will give us a rough estimate of the pollution on each ship, so it’s useful to know which ships are most polluted.
We’ve also compared each cruise line to its own data to ensure the ships that cruise the world’s most polluted ports are in line with each other.
It’s an important comparison as it can give us an indication of how pollution is spreading in the industry.
The list is compiled using data from cruise industry reports, cruise liner websites, cruise lines and media coverage.
The data comes from sources including the Global Burden of Disease Study, a report from the European Union’s Joint Research Centre on the Environment, the International Centre for Maritime Security, and the International Maritime Bureau.
We also looked at cruise line pollution data from various countries around the world and analysed how they fared in terms of their global ranking and impact on the world economy.
The bottom line is that the cruise industry is a global industry and every port and ship is affected by pollution.
The more polluted a ship, the more it affects the lives of people, the environment and the economy.
It can be an expensive and challenging endeavour to clean up all the pollution that exists on the ocean.
This infographic gives you an idea of what to look out for when choosing a cruise ship to visit.
In case you want to check if any cruise ships are currently emitting pollution, we have some links to cruise ships on our pollution page, where you can find more information.
If you’re travelling with your family or friends and would like to know how many people have died from the pollution, you can check out our article about the health impacts of cruise pollution.
We hope you enjoyed this roundup of the most polluted ships and port in the cruise business.
If you know of any other pollution-related information that we missed, please let us know in the comments section below.