With the introduction of Oceania Marina it occured to me that Seabourn is a main contender in the sense that there are not that many NEW luxury ships.
And by the way - if you think Marina is not luxury just because the pricing is not inclusive then I think you have to re-assess how to determine luxury.
Marina is a stunningly beautiful ship with fantastic food - and the food is all inclusive, even many luxury lines try to charge extra for alternative dining - not Marina. Even better, the alternative dining spots are BIG so you should have no trouble getting in several times per cruise - except for Jacques which is limited seating for a good reason.
But my question here is about NEW SHIPS. Marina is a beautiful ship, while I have found some luxury ships to be stark and cold. The cabins are extraordinarily comfortable.
I am interested in what people think about comparing the new Seabourn ships (for food and accomodations) to Marina - since they are both new ships.
And for that matter - add in Silversea Silver Spirit.