Around the World in 1095 Days: Longest Cruise To Cover 135 Nations

Credits: Sea cruises

A new cruise is setting sail which will last for three years and take you all across the world – if you’ve got £76,000 to spare, reports Mirror.

The three-year voyage

The voyage will cover more than 130,000 miles, visiting 375 ports across 135 countries and seven continents. The ship will begin its three-year voyage on November 1, 2023, from Istanbul, with pickups in Barcelona and Miami.

Cruise company Life at Sea Cruises is already taking reservations for the world’s first – and only – three-year world cruise. Set aboard the refurbished MV Gemini, guests will be able to stay in one of 400 cabins which have room for up to 1,074 passengers. It is expected that many of the people who pay to get onboard will be working as they wend their way across the oceans.

They will be able to do so at ease thanks to “modern workspace facilities such as a first-of-its-kind business centre with meeting rooms, 14 offices, a relaxing lounge and business library“, the cruise company has promised.

The ship will also include a 24-hour on-call hospital with medical visits included in the ticket price, and there will also be volunteering opportunities laid on for those guests with a guilty conscience to appease.

Understandably spending more than 1,000 days staying in a state-of-the-art floating town does not come cheap. Prices for a ticket on the MV Gemini start at $90,000 (£76,000) for the three years, and payment options from $2,499 per month are all-inclusive.

Cabins range from 130 sq ft for Virtual Inside and Oceanview staterooms to 260 sq ft Balcony Suites. All residents will enjoy amenities including a state-of-the-art “wellness centre“, sundeck and swimming pool, auditorium, and multiple dining options.

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Source: Mirror


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