Royal Caribbean announces its Ultimate World Cruise spanning 274 nights

The Royal Caribbean has announced its 274 night long Ultimate World Cruise starting from $61,000

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Luxury cruise line Royal Caribbean has announced the launch of its 274-night and has called it as the Ultimate World Cruise. The company has called it as the world’s longest cruise journey. The announcement was made on October 20, 2021 that mentioned that the voyage will be the longest and the most comprehensive world cruise and will be touching 150 destinations across seven continents that include Brazil, Morocco and China.

Some of the interesting destinations that will be covered by the Ultimate World Cruise include Iguazu Falls in Argentina, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the Great Wall of China, Antarctica and Casablanca in Morocco. The price of the cruise begins from $61,000 and the inaugural voyage will begin from Miami on December 10, 2023. The cruise will be returning to Miami on September 10, 2024. The passengers will be taken on the luxury ship The Serenade of the Seas that also has a rock climbing wall, arcade, a mini golf course, spa, pool and 13 decks in total that can fit nearly 2,500 passengers with 800 crew members.

There is also cheapest accommodation options on the cruise which are the interior state rooms that begin from $61,000per person. If a passenger wishes to have a room that has an ocean view then the prices can go up to $65,000. While those who would like to have a balcony will have to shell out $79,000 per person. The options do not end here and people who would like to taste a little more of the luxury can have the junior suit that costs $112,000 per person.

The cruise is divided in four segments that include America and Antarctica, Pacific and Asia, Northern Europe and the Middle East and the Mediterranean. The interested passengers will be able to book the cruise from December, 2021. This is also when the prices of the segments will be announced. The passengers will also be having an option to book a particular segment instead of booking the full nine-month cruise.

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