In 2017, you can already visit six continents and thirty-one countries aboard a huge ship in an around-the-world cruise. However, the price of living the dream doesn’t come cheap.
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The cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises will be offering a 128-night around-the-world travel aboard their ship Seven Seas Navigator.
On January 5, 2017, the ship is expected to leave the port of Miami and visit six continents, which will include more or less 31 countries.
Travelers can now make reservations for the trip with fares starting at $54,999. The fare already includes meals, first-class air fare, and several shore tours. If they want, passengers can also upgrade their packages to something that offers a more in-depth tour in certain cities.
President and COO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises Jason Montague said, “The demand has been really good. We had interest that was close to 50 percent occupancy before we opened, we are expecting today to be major.”
For passengers who like to upgrade to the biggest room on the sheep, which measures approximately 1,000 square feet and comes with an added butler service, they will have to pay $159,999 net.
According to reports, the first stop of the voyage will be the Caribbean. It will then be followed by tours in Central America, Hawaii, New Zealand, and some other parts of Australia. Apart from that, they will also be exploring Asian nations such as Thailand, India, and the United Arab Emirates. Italy, Spain, France, Gibraltar, and Greece are among the European stops.
The ship can hold up to 490 guests. The staff to passenger ratio is said to be 1 is to 1.4. According to Montague, all the rooms on board the Seven Seas Navigator are suites, and about 90 percent of them have balconies.
Next summer, the cruise liner is set to have another ship added to its fleet. Through the expansion, the company is able to offer more world cruises in 2017.