Cruise company Life at Sea Cruises is now accepting bookings for its 3-year-voyage on the MV Gemini, which sets sail from Istanbul on November 1, said a CNN report. The Rs 25 lakh per person cruise will take people to as many as 135 countries, covering 375 destinations, including the Caribbean, Antarctica, Hawaii, Asia and other places.
The package of the three-year World Cruise, starting from $29,999 per year (around ₹24.5 lakh), includes access to all dining venues and alcohol with dinner, a state-of-the-art wellness centre, sundeck and swimming pool, high-speed internet, entertainment, “enrichment seminars” and housekeeping with a 24-hour on-call hospital with free medical visits. The cruise offers travellers to live, work and explore, all while being onboard the ship. It will visit 13 out of 14 ‘Wonders of the World’, with packages starting from $29,999 (₹24,51,300) to $109,999 (₹89,88,320) per person for a year.
The MV Gemini vessel, which has 400 cabins and room for 1,074 passengers, will have pick-ups in Barcelona and Miami. At each port, the vessel will stay docked for multiple days to allow its passengers to explore at their leisure. The cruise will stop by 100 islands, including numerous Caribbean and Central American visits. It will also spend 98 days in South America and Antarctica.