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13-Day World Cruise: Indian Ocean Gems

25 Mar 2021 (13 Nights) Cruise Only from £3999pp
Seabourn Sojourn

World Cruise Liner - Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, Transatlantic Crossing

04 Mar 2021 (52 Nights) Cruise Only from £9160pp
Island Princess

74-Day World Cruise Liner - Sydney to New York

03 Jun 2021 (74 Nights) Cruise Only from £9555pp
Sea Princess

Thailand & Sri Lanka

23 Mar 2021 (12 Nights) Cruise Only from £1072pp
Grand Princess

Brazil, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany

28 Mar 2021 (21 Nights) Cruise Only from £1092pp
MSC Preziosa

Italy, Croatia, Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Oman, United Arab Emirates

25 Oct 2021 (20 Nights) Cruise Only from £1472pp
MSC Opera

Rome to Dubai Grand Adventure

17 Oct 2020 (17 Nights) Cruise Only from £1153pp
Regal Princess

Southampton to Auckland

10 Jan 2021 (44 Nights) Fly Cruise from £4582pp
Queen Victoria

Ancient Dynasties & World Wonders

05 Jan 2021 (127 Nights) Cruise Only from £51591pp
Crystal Serenity

France, Spain, Netherlands Antilles, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Dominica, Barbados, Grenada, Saint Vincent & The Grenadines, Martinique

16 Nov 2021 (18 Nights) Cruise Only from £912pp
MSC Seaview

Hong Kong to Dubai

08 Mar 2021 (17 Nights) Fly Cruise from £2586pp

United Arab Emirates, Oman, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Greece, Italy

10 Apr 2021 (19 Nights) Cruise Only from £807pp
MSC Fantasia

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A world cruise can either be taken as a complete voyage, from beginning to end, or passengers can choose to just take one or two segments of the voyage, visiting particular regions they are most interested in. This segment option is particularly appealing to those cruisers who simply can’t get the many months off from work that a full world cruise will require.  

All world voyages explore geographic areas that are old favourites among passengers, as well as including some new regions with maiden ports of call. These ports are new to the cruise line and were only selected after much research was conducted. This means that world cruise passengers are among the first to visit a new port that the cruise line has developed, since no other ship in the line will have yet stopped there.  

Many cruise lines do World cruises. These include Holland America Line, Cunard Line, P&O Cruises, Regent Seven Seas, Crystal Cruises, Princess Cruises, Oceania Cruises, MSC Cruises and a host of other lines. Some cruise lines have been known to run two world cruises in a given year, utilising two different ships with two different itineraries.  

World cruises can start and end in a variety of ports around the world, but many either originate/terminate in Southampton U.K. or in one of the major U.S. cruise ports such as Los Angeles,Miami or Fort Lauderdale.  

The advantage of a world cruise is that you can do it without ever taking a single international flight, which is a real selling point.  

World cruises are special in that no matter which cruise line you take the service and amenities are raised to a higher standard. Most cruise lines will handpick the staff who will work their world cruises and only the best and most experienced will be brought along. Everything about a world cruise will be special. Pillow gifts will be left in guests cabins during each segment of the voyage, and these gifts will generally be high quality items, such as warm parkas when the ship is sailing into colder climates.  

The food served too will be a cut above the normal, with special chefs being brought onboard to supervise the preparation of the many regional dishes that will be prepared as the ship sails to a variety of ports. Activities and entertainment options will be more varied and of higher quality on a world cruise, and some cruise lines will even bring onboard some top stars to perform.  

A full enrichment programme will be provided on most world cruises, with guest lecturers being experts in the regions being visited. Some of these may even be household names to cruise passengers, such as former heads of state or astronauts or other folks of some renown.  

Whichever format you choose for a world cruise, either a full voyage or a couple of segments, know that you are among a select and lucky few if you get to take such a trip.

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