4 Amazing (and Crazy Expensive) Cruises That Travel the World

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Traveling the world is a dream of mine, and maybe a dream of yours too. These cruises are the ultimate luxury, they may be crazy expensive but amazing at the same time. It will definitely be cheaper to travel the world the old fashion way but, traveling the world on a ship seems like one unforgettable experience.

However you travel, it’s all an amazing experience to create new memories, learn about new cultures, and most importantly have fun!


The Viking World Cruise

Book a 141 -day cruise starting in Miami, voyaging through 5 continents and ending in London. Explore the world’s most epic cities, ports, islands, and more. All together you will visit 5 continents, 35 countries, and 66 ports! Prices start at $49,999 per person.

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Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Start in Miami and end in New York City on this 147-day voyage. You’ll get to visit Hawaii, Tahiti, Indonesia, Dubai, and Italy just to name a few. They have many other cruises that are round trip, with two-for-one fares starting $67,499. Without the two-for-one fare, prices start at $174,998!

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Oceania Cruises

Book a round trip cruise around the world, starting in Miami and ending in Miami. You will be exploring the world for 180 days. See the Cayman Islands, Fiji, Ireland, and more! Fares start at $38,999 per person.

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The World

Ok, so maybe you are thinking is there a way I can live aboard and travel? Well, yes you can! Aboard The World offers a unique experience where you can live aboard a luxury yacht, and travel the world at the same time. The World offers many perks from yoga, fine dining, a spa & wellness center, and more. They even have private beds on the deck where you can sleep beneath the stars! 

Wait there’s more…


The World also has on board child care, professionals workshops in photography, journaling, computers, cooking and more. You will also find a casino, a library, a pool, a cigar room, grocery store, hairdressers, tea room, full tennis court, conference rooms, medical center, seven bars, and a 15,000-bottle wine cellar.

Studio prices start around $600,000, but most of the owners rent out their pads, so look to pay around $550 for a studio apartment (per person, per night).


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