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Pictured: The world’s biggest passenger ships from 1831 to now

Since the 19th century, vessels have evolved significantly. Image: Unsplash/Josiah Weiss

Carmen Ang

Writer, Visual Capitalist

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an infographic showing a timeline of the world's largest passenger ships, from 1831 to present
These are the world's largest passenger ships from 1831-present. Image: Visual Capitalist

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This is a full breakdown of the biggest passenger ships by tonnage. Image: Visual Capitalist
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