On December 10, 2023, a world tour begins in Miami, which Royal Caribbean has given the rather fitting title “Ultimate World Cruise”. According to the shipping company, the tour takes travelers on board the Serenade of the Seas to all seven continents, 65 countries and eleven wonders of the world. The journey lasts 274 nights, on September 10, 2024 the crusaders leave the ship for the last time.
The start of booking for the trip is this Thursday – until October 26th, however, only guests who have at least achieved the Diamond status of the Royal Caribbean Crown & Anchor Society can book exclusively.
The highlights of the trip include visits to Casablanca, Greenland, Shimizu, Japan, Machu Picchu and the Taj Mahal.
If you book the complete world tour, the adventure begins with a flight in Business Class and an overnight stay in a five-star hotel. Also included is “an evening full of celebrations” before boarding the ship the next day.
The trip can also be booked in four individual stages: the first leads around the Caribbean and around Cape Horn, the second via Hawaii and French Polynesia, New Zealand and Australia, India and Southeast Asia to Japan. The third stage leads from Dubai via Egypt into the Mediterranean, before part four of the journey takes the guests to Barcelona, Morocco, St. Petersburg, the Norwegian fjords, Iceland and New York, among other places. The tour ends in Miami.