Tour The ‘Seabourn Sojourn,’ The Ship That Will Take Guests On 146-Day, 36-Country Cruise Starting At $67,000 Per Person


Are you dying to see the world? Do you have 146 vacation days to burn? How about $67,000 in disposable income laying around? Oh, and do you get sea sick? If you said yes to all of these questions, boy do I have a tempting proposition for you.

Luxury cruise line Seabourn has announced its first world cruise in six years and it’s a doosey. Dubbed the Extraordinary Destinations, the cruise will take passengers on a 146 day, 36 country, 5 continent cruise that will circumnavigate the globe in January 2020. The cruise will start in Miami, Florida with the final stop being San Francisco, California, in May.

A max of 450 passengers will enjoy the amenities of the flagship Seabourn Sojourn, a 650-foot cruise ship that includes four restaurants, six bars, a 11,400-square-foot spa, gym, two pools (and six whirlpools), a salon, sauna, and steam room.

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Some major cities the cruise will make stops in include Cape Town, Durban, Madras, Ho Chi Minh, and Sydney. Guests can also opt for excursions, like a safari in Mombasa and Durban, or snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef.

Passengers can choose between various packages–including a 39 day tour starting at $16,999, to a 78-day tour starting at $33,999, to the big momma: a 146-day world tour starting at $66,999 and climbing to $142,999 for penthouse suites.

If this sounds like your type of trip, head over to the Seabourn website to claim your spot.

[h/t Business Insider]

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