International company Royal Carribbean Cruise will launch “Ultime World Tour”, the world’s longest and most comprehensive cruise in 2023, with a stop in Casablanca, Morocco. At the maneuver, his ship “Serenade of the Seas”.
“Serenade of the Seas” will set sail in Miami on December 10, 2023 for a return scheduled for September 10, 2024. “The itinerary includes visits to all seven continents, through 150 destinations (57 of which are exclusive to the company), in 65 different countries, said Royal Carribbean Cruise in a press release. “Passengers will spend 274 nights here, or 9 months on the ‘world cruise of world cruises’,” said Michael Bayley, chief executive officer of the company.
This long trip will be punctuated by stops in Casablanca in Morocco, in the pyramids of Giza in Egypt, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, Brazil for New Year’s Eve, Shimizu in Japan, as well as visits to Machu Picchu in Peru and the Taj Mahal in India, or Beijing in China. The cruise will be divided into four stops: the Americas and Antarctica, Asia and the Pacific, the Middle East and the Mediterranean, and Northern Europe.
Any traveler will have to pay $ 61,000 for an interior cabin, $ 65,000 for a cabin with ocean view, $ 79,000 for a cabin with balcony and $ 112,000 for a stay in a junior suite. Reservations opened Wednesday for members of Royal Caribbean’s loyalty program, diamond level or above, and will open on October 27 for all other passengers, Royal Carribbean said. The company also gives passengers the option of reserving part of the route.