This 154-night Sailing Is One of the Longest World Cruises Ever
Crossing 3 Oceans, 41 Countries, and 40,000 Nautical Miles
The trip will cover 39,722 nautical miles and stop at 77 ports of call.
On board, guests can expect perks like unlimited valet laundry, all-inclusive dining at seven venues, and plenty of entertainment options, like a casino and a theater hosting living performances. For more practical purposes, the ship also comes with onboard medical services, and guests can take advantage of its comprehensive visa package, so they don’t have to worry about destination-specific paperwork. The delights extend to the rooms as well, thanks to the ship’s all-suite accommodations.
“Our World Cruise guests will enjoy unmatched personalized service, impeccable hospitality, the sumptuous comfort of our all-suite, all-balcony accommodations, and an extensive list of inclusions that provide every luxury,” DeMarco added.
Fares for the extended journey begin at $94,999 per guest. Reservations open on March 22, 2023,
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