Cruising is undoubtedly the most indulgent way to navigate the globe. No arduous backpacking or questionable accommodation, no hours lost to cancelled flights between destinations and no packing and unpacking over and over again. Simply unpack once, make yourself at home in your luxury suite or stateroom and let each new destination arrive on your doorstep.
You’ll visit ports in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, North and South America and the Caribbean as you cross the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic oceans, seeing sights that will stay with you forever.
The length of a full circumnavigation varies between cruise lines, with the majority spanning between 90 and 120 days. During this time you’ll visit as many as 61 ports in 25 countries, depending on which cruise line you travel with, including a number of overnight stays in exciting cities such as Singapore, Dubai, Cape Town and New York. If you love the thought of a world cruise but don’t have three or more months to spare, booking a world cruise sector is a great alternative. These shorter segment cruises vary in length from two weeks to 50 days and focus on exotic destinations such as Asia or Australasia.