The ultimate cruise - if you have plenty of money

If you want to see how the other half live, check out this world cruise.

If you’re flush with funds then how about this 102-night cruise, a snip at $400 per person, per night – oh how the other half live!

Visiting 29 countries on its epic journey, boutique cruise ship Azamara Journey is the perfect way to see a very large portion of the world. During the 102 days at sea, guests will travel from and to, two of the World’s most iconic bridges – Sydney Harbour Bridge and London Tower Bridge. But what about the journey in between?

“102 days, 60 ports, 29 countries, 18 late nights, 14 overnights and eight AzAmazing Evenings - all without repeating a port. The Azamara World Journey truly is a trip of a lifetime, filled with limitless authentic cultural opportunities from one side of the world to the other. And we couldn’t be more thrilled it’s kicking off right here in Australia,” said Adam Armstrong, managing director, Azamara Club Cruises Australia and New Zealand. 

Departing Sydney on 7 March 2018, the ship will call at Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Greece, Italy, France, Spain and The Netherlands – just to name a few – before arriving in London on 17 June 2018 – just in time for the start of Wimbledon!

With just 890 guests on board, Azamara Journey is able to visit many of the port large cruise liners can't access.

The remarkable cruise lets travellers explore half the world from the comfort of a newly revitalised cruise ship, with no public space untouched, and all staterooms completely re-worked with a fresh and modern colour palette and brand new furnishings.

But what makes this cruise so special, is the opportunity to attend both the Cannes Film Festival and Monaco Grand Prix.

Cannes Film Festival: After taking in the sites of Rome and Florence, guests will head to Cannes. Film enthusiasts will be able to stroll along Le Promenade de la Croisette (the place to see and be seen in Cannes) or choose to sit back and people watch with a glass of rosé at a chic waterfront café.

Monaco Grand Prix: Speed seekers will enjoy thrills at every turn while in the famous Monte Carlo for Grand Prix. The race brings luxury yachts, buzzing helicopters and of course the rich and famous to witness the race.

And if you’re ready to jump on board for the whole 102-day cruise, round trip airfares will be included for all World Journey guests – business class for suite guests and economy air for all other staterooms, as well as one night five-star accommodation in Sydney before the cruise departs. 

Guests will also receive up to US$1000 onboard credit, unlimited internet, gifts and special onboard events. You don't even have to worry about your dirty washing with a free bag of laundry per person every week and excess luggage reimbursement up to $500 per person.

The catch? This luxury obviously comes at a price and it’s a hefty one, with fares start from $39,932 per person, twin share, departing Sydney. So if you have that sort of cash lying around and want to book, or maybe just want to take a sticky-beak like the rest of us, visit Azamara Club Cruises.





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    CindyLou
    29th Oct 2016
    9:12am
    I suppose that $39k price tag is for an "inside cabin" - yuck - I would much rather spend my time exploring our on beautiful country for a fraction of this cost.
    Gra
    29th Oct 2016
    9:29am
    I love cruising but wouldn't waste that kind of money - $39k?? When I checked the pricing it started at $52k and no way known would I spend that kind of money when there are other cruise lines do similar cruises for half the money. And yes, the price quoted is for an inside cabin.


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