Up for a Three-Year Cruise? Discover the Adventure!

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Daniel is a copywriter who has well and truly been bitten alive by the 'travel bug'. After ticking off several North American National Parks and exploring Europe by train, his sights are now set on South East Asia. Usually with at least one camera locked and loaded, you'll find Daniel wherever there are mountains, lakes or beaches.

Have you ever tried packing for 10-degree winter nights followed by beach days on the sandy shores of the Maldives?

Well, passengers aboard Life at Sea Cruises’ three-year world trip need to give it some consideration!

Cruise Ship Disembarking
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After some confusion and delays, the Florida-based company has confirmed its 3-year 130-000 mile cruise will go ahead. Departing in November, the route will stop at no fewer than 375 ports across 148 countries and visit every continent.

The cost of such a vacation? Whether you’re a first-timer or a veteran of the seas, pricing starts at $38,513 per person per night, and rises to as much as $196,452; the costs include all meals, drinks, Wi-Fi, housekeeping, and port fees. The price largely depends on the room you choose, with the most expensive being the Balcony Cabins for two people.

Life at Sea Cruises
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When it comes to meals, passengers aboard the ship have the option to dine in either of the ship’s two main restaurants, head to the pool deck café, or choose the convenience of room service.

The ship’s amenities offer a range of options, including a swimming pool, a sun deck, a golf simulator, a fitness center, and a well-equipped medical facility with healthcare professionals, a dentist, and a pharmacy. The medical center boasts advanced equipment, such as X-ray and ultrasound machines, as well as defibrillators. According to the cruise line, there will even be medical personnel aboard to perform certain surgeries! 

For those wanting to remain productive while at sea, there’s a spacious business center that has taken the place of a former casino. This center features meeting rooms, dedicated office spaces, a library, and a lounge area, catering to passengers who wish to work during their voyage.

Across the 1,000+ days out at sea, passengers will have the opportunity to visit many of the Wonders of the World, including the Taj Mahal, the Pyramids of Giza, and Machu Picchu. Unlike most cruises, the Life at Sea Cruises will spend far longer at each port, up to seven nights for larger cities, including Singapore and Shanghai.

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