Sail around the World at the Ultimate end of Luxury! But perhaps not the Luxury Prices?

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Sail around the World at the Ultimate end of Luxury! But perhaps not the Luxury Prices?

Regent Seven Seas have just launched the 2021 Round the World Cruise, at a total of 117 nights sailing from Miami on the 1st January, covering 30 countries and 61 ports. She will also feature 56 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 11 overnight stops.

I was surprised at the price of this one Balconies from £46,839 and the Master Suite from £124,449.00, now I know this is a lot of money but when you compare against Cunard its not that much more considering what you have included.

So this includes,

  • Flights
  • Exclusive Pre-Cruise Gala Event and 1 Night Hotel stay in Miami
  • Free Exclusive Shoreside Experiences
  • Free Door to Door Luggage
  • Free comprehensive Visa Package
  • Free Unlimited Laundry including dry cleaning and pressing
  • Free Phone Time per Suite
  • Free Commemorative Gift
  • Free On board Medical Services – Could be worth a fortune
  • Free Transfers between the airport and ship

Now on to the bits that really add up.

  • Free Speciality Restaurants
  • Free Open Bars, Lounges and In Suite Mini Bar replenished daily
  • Free Gratuities
  • Free Unlimited Beverages, including Fine wines and Premium spirits
  • Free Wi-Fi unlimited throughout
  • 324 free shore tours

So when you take in to account all these bits and pieces, the drinks package is worth about £9360.00pp alone.

The cruise starts in Miami and from there you will cruise the tropics of the Caribbean before heading through the Panama Canal and on to Peru, then down to Easter Island where you will be Overnight which Is a real highlight of this cruise.

Onwards through the South Pacific with a few stops, before cruising around New Zealand and an in-depth tour of Australia, quite unusual as you are getting to see quite a lot of Australia and New Zealand – 15 ports in total with an overnight in Auckland and Brisbane. Then up to Bali for an overnight stop and cruising through the Java Sea. You then stop in Singapore for an overnight stop.

You then have stops in Malaysia and across to India, then 5 stops in India before heading up to the Middle East with the overnight stay in Dubai and the vibrant Middle East. You then do the Suez Canal before stopping in the Med at Jerusalem, Limassol, Rhodes and 12 other ports before arriving in Barcelona

So, taking in to account the overnight stops you have around 70 ports of call with 47 sea days so enough to see and do but enough sea days to sit back and relax.

What do you think – could you be tempted?

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Hello there, I'm Tom Harding and I have been in the Cruise and Travel industry for about 10 years. Cruising has always been a passion of mine ever since I was little. I love the elegance and sophistication that comes with cruising and to be able to see lots of places…

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