Mundy Cruising Announces World's Longest Cruise

   October 11, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

Luxury cruise line Mundy Cruising announced a 357-day world cruise itinerary that will hit all 7 continents. Passengers won’t spend the whole time on one ship as the itinerary will incorporate several of the most luxurious cruise ships in the world, including 264-passenger Le Soleal (part of Ponant fleet) and 1,258-berth ms Maasdam (operated by Holland America).

Starting in Miami on January 10, 2017, passengers will begin the longest cruise ship journey in the world by heading to South America on board the award-winning Crystal Serenity. The next longest cruise journey, in case you're wondering, is a 180-day trip from Oceania.

During this first leg are visited Machu Picchu, Nazca Lines, Rio De Janeiro, Amazon River. The remaining 263 days are broken up by continents with short segments (ranging from 13 to 39 days).

After South America, the cruise heads to Athens on Nautica throught Mediterranean Sea, Baltic Sea and North Atlantic. Highlights include Amalfi Coast, St Petersburg Russia, Greenland.

In August 2017, head back to the Americas to board Seven Seas Mariner in Vancouver to see Alaska, San Francisco, Costa Rica. The voyage includes Panama Canal transition.

Follows the circumnavigation of Australia from Sydney to Melbourne (October 21, 2017) on ms Maasdam. Highlights include Great Barrier Reef, Kangaroo Island, Komodo Island.

Next is Africa and Indian Ocean on Silver Spirit (Dubai to Cape Town). Highlights include Madagascar, Maldives, Seychelles, Kerala, Muscat.

Next you cross the Antarctic Circle on Le Soleal, leaving from Ushuaia (January 23, 2018) to Falkland Islands and South Georgia Island. The final leg is the Far East onboard Seabourn Sojourn from Singapore to Kobe, featuring Hong Kong, Shanghai, Indonesia.

The cost is USD 200,000 per person, including business-class flights and all transfers.

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