We all have dreamt of cruise liners and there has always been a weird fascination with cruise liners, the majestic ships, the charm of staying on a massive ship, right? Well, Viking Cruises are what dreams are made of. It is known to be the world’s longest cruise and is going to offer a once in a lifetime offer to all cruise lovers.
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World’s Longest Cruise Holiday Facts
The longest cruise in the world is all set to sail in August 2019 and will take you to over 113 ports in 59 different countries! The Viking Sun can accommodate up to 930 guests and has around 465 guest rooms.
You can over six continents on a journey that will begin in London, then will move on to Norway, Iceland and Greenland. It will then continue to Canada, Boston, New York and move down to South America, covering places like Brazil, Lima and then Peru.
The journey will continue to New Zealand and Australia, following to Asia then Africa. The last ports would be Spain and Portugal before returning to London in 2020. Sounds crazy and bizarre, yet dreamy right?!
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The Viking Sun has eight restaurants which includes The Restaurant, the World Cafe, The Kitchen Table, Chef’s Table and Italian at Manfredi’s. There will also be a 24 hour room service.
World’s Longest Cruise Holiday Cost & Discounts ( $92990/head)
We know that while you are dreaming of it in one corner of your heart, your brain is wondering how much does this whole affair cost? Not cheap , of course! The price for the whole thing is going to be around $92,990 per person. For people who are booking in 2018, they’ll receive $4,000 in shore excursion credits and $2,000 in shipboard credits.
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However, these luxuries are not everyone’s cup of tea obviously so the Viking will also offer a shorter cruise by the name of ‘World Treasures’ which will last for over 127 days, which will include 33 countries. The cost for this one will come around to be somewhere near $47,995.
What are you thinking? How to break that fixed deposit or how to save all that crazy money? We feel you! Jokes aside, it could also be a terrible idea for people who are not accustomed to the water and prone to seasickness. Remember that there is a huge difference in exploring on land vs the sea. Anyway, a man can always dream!
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