Cruise News128 Night World Cruise: Visit 6 Continents, 31 Countries, & 60 Ports...

128 Night World Cruise: Visit 6 Continents, 31 Countries, & 60 Ports of Call

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced that they will be offering a 128 night world cruise that will visit six continents, 31 countries, 29 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and at least 60 ports of call.

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Departing from Miami, Florida on January 5, 2017, you can cruise the world on Seven Seas Navigator, a 28,500 gross ton luxury cruise ship that holds just under 500 passengers.  Prices start at $54,999 per person (all cabins onboard are suites) and include first class airfare, all meals, free Wi-Fi, and shore excursions.  Unlimited, complimentary beverages are included on all Regent ships, with an exception for ultra-premium drinks.

The trip begins with stops in popular ports in the Caribbean before moving to Central America, Panama Canal, Hawaii, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, India, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Italy, France, Spain, Greece, and Gibraltar (just to name a few of the stops).

The largest suite on Seven Seas Navigator comes with butler service and is over 1,000 square feet.  The price for this suite on the world cruise?  A mere $319,998 for two.

Jason Montague, the president and COO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises gave the following statement:

“The demand has been really good. We had interest that was close to 50% occupancy before we opened, we are expecting today to be major.

The expansion of our fleet allows us to take our ships to new destinations and be even more creative with our itineraries.”

This is Regent’s first world cruise in six years.

Interested in booking this world cruise?  Cabins opened up today for booking.  Gratuities are included in cruise fares.

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Cruise News128 Night World Cruise: Visit 6 Continents, 31 Countries, & 60 Ports...


  1. ok let me go put my house up for sale and rush right out especially to do the 319,000 suite for 2. I could so do this, but hubby doesn’t like being at sea more than 4 days, but what an amazing itinerary. Now for those that said you can travel for $100 a day my son travels and his budget is a $100 a day and that is staying in a hostel so I’d pass on that type of travel. I think I will add a trip like this to my bucket list but it would still have to behind a trip to Switzerland ?

  2. i would totally go but i dont wanna be stuck on a boat for that long when i could just go with my family to all those……

  3. OH EM GEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Since I am 31 and to old for the Make A Wish Foundation this cruise would truly be a dream come true! Living with such a rare condition and being wheelchair bound but wanting to have fun and live my life as normal as I can, this cruise I know would be awesome and let me make memories that I would cherish!!! If anyone out there sees this and wants to make an Alabama girl feel amazing and make her dreams come true, she would be sooooooooooo appreciative 🙂

    • I’m 36 and wheelchair bound. Did a 7 day cruise last year. It was great and really accommodated those in wheelchairs and scooters. Shows, dinners, exploring the ship. For those of us who are disabled, cruises are the best way to vacation.

  4. I love cruising but I don’t know if I would want to continuously be on water for this length of time. But, it is definitely something to think about after retirement and probably a cheaper way to visit several different places versus flying to each country or place of interest. I wonder what the price would be for single occupancy???

    • More cost effective than visiting those countries and places separatelly. Glad it includes airfare, just updated my bucket list. #CruiseCulture

    • No, actually it is not. This trip would average $550 a day essentially, and you can easily travel, with flights and lodging, for less than $100 a day.

    • But this cruise includes your excursions and food. It’s a pretty good deal when you think about it

    • On what planet can you travel, including lodging, food, expenses, and travel, averaging less than $100 a day, at a different place almost every day?

    • I schedule flights for my work group all the time. International flights can easily range from $3000 to $15000. It probably isn’t a bad deal.

    • Carnival Splendor, Nov 1st out of Miami. Booked with friends. 7 nights. $319 for the week. Cozumel, Roatan, Belize, Grand Cayman. Yes, under $100 a day for both of us together

    • You can travel for less than $100 a day, but not with the comfort a cruise gives you. I would certainly take advantage of this if I didn’t have family obligations!

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