cruise ship

noun
a passenger ship built or used for pleasure cruises, usually taking passengers on an extended cruise with occasional calls in various places of interest.

Origin:
1715–25

barge, boat, canoe, cruise ship, sailboat, ship, yacht.
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Example sentences
As mighty as glaciers look from the deck of a cruise ship, they are
  surprisingly fragile.
Think of a ragtop as nothing more elaborate than an upgraded stateroom, with a
  balcony, on a cruise ship.
There it is, outsized and gleaming, moored offshore and looking straight at
  you: a cruise ship.
In a single day the anchor of a cruise ship can destroy an area of coral reef
  half the size of a football pitch.
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