The World’s Longest Cruise Is 245 Days, Costs $93,000
Try getting this time off work: Viking Cruises just announced the longest-ever world cruise, a continuous, 59-country, 245-day journey that will fully circumnavigate the world and hit every continent except Antarctica.
What is the longest cruise available?
The longest continuous cruise on the planet won’t take you around the world in 80 days, but it promises to get the job done in about eight months. The brand new Ultimate World Cruise from Viking Ocean Cruises is a dream come true for travelers with some time—and cash—to spare.
How much does a year long cruise cost?
The itineraries change often, since many long cruise passengers are repeat customers. Such cruises don’t come cheap. A high-end room on a world cruise can cost as much as $200,000 per person, depending on the cruise line, and it’s not uncommon for other longer cruises to cost between $10,000 and $60,000 per passenger.
How much does the world’s longest cruise cost?
The World’s Longest Cruise Is 245 Days, Costs $93,000. Viking just unveiled an epic eight-month round-the-world trip—and we’d love to do it.
What is the best world cruise?
9 of the best World Cruises in 2020 and 2021
- Best for in-depth exploration: Seabourn. The lovely 450-guest Seabourn Sojourn starts her 146-day World Cruise in January 2020.
- Best for value: Crystal Cruises.
- Best for continent collectors: Silversea.
- Best for long duration: Oceania Cruises.
- Best for British tradition: Cunard.
- Best for Scandi chic: Viking Ocean Cruises.
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