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World tour cruise

16.990€

About this cruise

Embark on an incredible 97-day cruise adventure around the world, starting from Fort Lauderdale and ending in Southampton aboard the Queen Victoria ship. Explore captivating destinations in the USA, Aruba, Panama, Guatemala, Mexico, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Philippines, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, South Africa, Namibia, Spain, and Portugal.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (16.990€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

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Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
22/01/2024 - 28/04/2024 26.320€ 30.340€ 37.770€ 95.380€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
21/01/2024 - 28/04/2024 - - - 365.190€
22/01/2024 - 28/04/2024 33.980€ 39.380€ 49.380€ 363.980€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
22/01/2024 - 28/04/2024 30.970€ 35.560€ 44.060€ 96.420€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
22/01/2024 - 28/04/2024 30.970€ 35.560€ 44.060€ 96.420€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Fort Lauderdale (Florida), USA. Formerly built as a military base, Fort Lauderdale has over 270 waterways that converge in the city`s marina, the second largest in the USA. That is why the port city is also known as the "American Venice". The center of the city is formed by the "Las Olas Boulevard", where numerous shops, fine boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants are located. The main attraction in Fort Lauderdale is the kilometer-long, white sandy beach. Other attractions include the "Stranahan House" - the oldest historical house in the city, the "Museum of Discovery and Science", the "Riverfront.

Day 2 - 3: Sea day.

Day 4: Oranjestad, Aruba. Oranjestad is the capital of Aruba, the smallest of the ABC Islands and closest to Venezuela. Oranjestad is a lively small city with many shopping galleries and restaurants. The new houses imitate the old colonial style in a somewhat flashy and colorful way, sometimes resembling a Caribbean Disneyland. Here you will find the beautiful Schooner Harbor, where a daily market takes place. The Zoutman Fort, the oldest building on the island, houses the Historical Museum. Every Tuesday, a mini-festival with music takes place in the courtyard, providing insight into the island`s culture. Also worth visiting are the Archaeological Museum, the Geological Museum, and the Numismatic Museum. Oranjestad is known for its good shopping opportunities, with the widest selection in Caya Betico Croes shopping street. Aruba is the most developed tourist destination. Passengers are attracted by the duty-free luxury items offered in Oranjestad, spend a day at the beach, or immerse themselves in the nightlife in one of the island`s many casinos. The main beach of the island, a beautiful 12-kilometer-long sandy beach lined with palm trees and upscale to luxury hotels, starts northwest of Oranjestad. Those who stay longer in Aruba should definitely explore the interior of the island and visit the enor.

Day 5: Sea day.

Day 6: Panama Canal, Panama. In the heart of Central America lies the tropical region of the Panama Canal, with its lush vegetation and rainforests. The Panama Canal is a technical masterpiece and one of the world`s most important waterways. The journey through the canal takes only one day but remains.

Day 7 - 8: Sea day.

Day 9: Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala. The Pacific port of Puerto Quetzal is located about 2 hours south of the capital city of Guatemala City and is named after the Quetzal bird, the national bird of the Central American country. The place is the starting point for excursions inland, following the footsteps of the Mayans a.

Day 10 - 12: Sea day.

Day 13: Cabo San Lucas (Lower California), Mexico. The city of Cabo San Lucas crowns the southern tip of the Mexican peninsula Baja California. The area around the town has the most beautiful beaches in Mexico, which can be fully enjoyed due to the 360 sunny days per year. Due to the collision of the colder Pacific water with the warmer water of the Gulf of California, it is never too cold in winter and never too hot in summer. The absolute highlight is the city`s landmark, the rock formation El.

Day 14 - 15: Sea day.

Day 16: San Francisco (California), USA. San Francisco is located on the American West Coast and most of its attractions can be easily reached on foot. The most famous one is probably the Golden Gate Bridge, a suspension bridge that connects San Francisco to Marin County and provides a good connection to the surrounding area. One can get a breathtaking view of the city from the Twin Peaks, a pair of peaks located in the southwest of the city center. The Fisherman`s Wharf is also very well-known, with its main attraction being a pier that leads into the bay and houses several shops and restaurants. Additionally, visitors can fin.

Day 17: San Francisco (California), USA. San Francisco is located on the American West Coast and most of its attractions can be easily reached on foot. The most famous one is probably the Golden Gate Bridge, a suspension bridge that connects San Francisco to Marin County and provides a good connection to the surrounding area. One can get a breathtaking view of the city from the Twin Peaks, a pair of peaks located in the southwest of the city center. The Fisherman`s Wharf is also very well-known, with its main attraction being a pier that leads into the bay and houses several shops and restaurants. Additionally, visitors can fin.

Day 18 - 21: Sea day.

Day 22: Honolulu (Oahu), Hawaii. Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii. With a population of 1.24 million, it is the largest city between America and Asia. The main attractions in Hawaii include the memorials "Pearl Harbor" and "Punchbowl National Cemetery", the Royal Palace (the only one ever built on US soil), and the extinct volcano.

Day 23: Honolulu (Oahu), Hawaii. Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii. With a population of 1.24 million, it is the largest city between America and Asia. The main attractions in Hawaii include the memorials "Pearl Harbor" and "Punchbowl National Cemetery", the Royal Palace (the only one ever built on US soil), and the extinct volcano.

Day 24 - 28: Sea day.

Day 29: Apia (Upolu), Samoa. Apia is both the largest city on the island of Upolu and the capital of Samoa. Despite its important function, the port city has maintained a village-like character. Most of Apia`s attractions are located in the city center, near the harbor, such as the clock tower (the old landmark of the city), the government building, and the museum "of old and modern Samoan history". Just five kilometers from the city center is the 15-meter-high natural water slide "Papaseea Sliding Rocks". The village of Vailima is also worth a visit. This is where the world-famous writer Robert Louis Stevenson spent.

Day 30: Sea day.

Day 31: Suva (Viti Levu), Fiji. Suva is the capital and main port of the island state of Fiji in Oceania. It is located on the main island of Viti Levu. The Fiji Museum, established in 1904, is worth a visit: the collection of indigenous art and artifacts provides insight into the history and culture of the islanders. The Thurston Botanical Gardens are home to plants from the entire South Pacific region. The Colo-i-Suva Forest Park, located 18 km from the capital, is a nature reserve and recreational area with picturesque w.

Day 32 - 33: Sea day.

Day 34: Auckland, New Zealand. With over 1 million inhabitants, Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand. It is located between the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea. Its nickname "City of Sails" is due to the "thousand boats" that dwell in its harbor. The metropolis spans an 11 km wide strait of volcanic rock and is a paradise for water enthusiasts. North of Auckland, the "Leigh Marine Reserve" offers abundant opportunities for underwater activities.

Day 35: Sea day.

Day 36: Wellington, New Zealand. Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, is surrounded by untouched hills. It offers excellent shopping opportunities, professional theater performances, cafes, and restaurants for every taste. Wellington is only two kilometers wide and can therefore be easily explored on foot. Te Papa, New Zealand`s national museum, is located right on the harbor. The city is home to both the parliament building and many historic buildings and m.

Day 37: Lyttelton (Christchurch), New Zealand. Christchurch is the most British city outside of Britain. Even today, the city founded in 1850 advertises with the slogan "A Touch of English". This influence is particularly unmistakable in the city center. Numerous shops, cafes, parks, and gardens shape the city`s image. Attractions: "Christchurch Cathedral" (founded in 1881), bell tower with panoramic views of the Southern Alps, zoo, "The Wizard" in front of th.

Day 38 - 40: Sea day.

Day 41: Sydney (New South Wales), Australia. Sydney is the capital of the state of New South Wales and is located on the east coast of Australia. With its 4.4 million inhabitants, it is the largest city on the Australian continent and serves as the industrial, commercial, financial, and tourism center of the entire state. The landmark of Sydney is the sail-shaped opera house as well as the world-famous Harbour Bridge in the largest natural harbor in the world. There are over 70 different beaches in the Sydney region, including the popular Bondi Beach, especially for surfers. Other attractions of the city include the Taronga Zoo, the old town "The Rocks," the 305m high Sydney Tower, or the Darling Harbour entertainment center. A special excursion destination in the surrounding area is the Blue Mountain National Park. The rock formations of the Three Sisters give visit.

Day 42: Sydney (New South Wales), Australia. Sydney is the capital of the state of New South Wales and is located on the east coast of Australia. With its 4.4 million inhabitants, it is the largest city on the Australian continent and serves as the industrial, commercial, financial, and tourism center of the entire state. The landmark of Sydney is the sail-shaped opera house as well as the world-famous Harbour Bridge in the largest natural harbor in the world. There are over 70 different beaches in the Sydney region, including the popular Bondi Beach, especially for surfers. Other attractions of the city include the Taronga Zoo, the old town "The Rocks," the 305m high Sydney Tower, or the Darling Harbour entertainment center. A special excursion destination in the surrounding area is the Blue Mountain National Park. The rock formations of the Three Sisters give visit.

Day 43 - 44: Sea day.

Day 45: Airlie Beach (Queensland), Australia. Airlie Beach is located on the east coast of Australia in the state of Queensland. With its Shute Harbour, the tourist center is the starting point for excursions to the nearby Whitsunday Islands and the famous Great Barrier Reef. With its colorful fish and coral reefs, this area offers a unique diving experience. Also nearby is the Conwoy National Park, which impresses visitors with its beautiful nature and massive canyons. The path to the viewpoint also rewards hike.

Day 46: Cairns (Queensland), Australia. Cairns, the capital of the "Far North" region, is full of tropical vitality. As the secret "backpacker" capital of Australia, it attracts young travelers almost magically with its almost unlimited leisure opportunities. The Great Barrier Reef is much more accessible from here than from central Queensland. The crystal-clear sea, palm-fringed islands and sandbanks particularly attract divers and snorkelers. The two islands, Green and Fitzroy Island, which are located directly off the coast, are therefore very popular holiday destinations. The outer reef, which is particularly popular with divers, is about 50 km away. In the immediate vicinity, there are untouched coastal sections and a myst.

Day 47 - 50: Sea day.

Day 51: Bitung, Indonesia. Bitung is an Indonesian port city known for its coconut and fish processing industry. The sprawling city is a starting point for inland excursions. From the port of Bitung, local ferries also travel to other places in the area, such as Ternate.

Day 52: Sea day.

Day 53: Puerto Princesa, Philippines. Puerto Princesa is the capital of the Philippine province of Palawan and is located on the island of the same name. While the western side of the city is situated on the South China Sea, the eastern coast is on the Sulu Sea. With an area of 254 hectares, Puerto Princesa is the largest city in the country. The white sandy beaches are perfect for relaxing or sunbathing, while the sea offers o.

Day 54: Sea day.

Day 55: Manila, Philippines. The metropolis of Manila, which has about 1.7 million inhabitants, is the capital of the Philippines and is considered an important port. The city is located on Manila Bay in Luzon and consists of 7 main parts. Manila has several universities, an international airport, numerous shopping centers, oil refineries, and other industrial areas. Attractions include numerous Baroque churches, which have been a World Heritage Site since 1993, "China Town" as an enchanting district of Manila, the Chinese cemetery, "Intramuris", the oldest district with many churches and ancient.

Day 56: Sea day.

Day 57: Hong Kong, China. The Chinese island of Hong Kong (in Chinese "Xiang Gang") has been part of the Chinese Special Administrative Region since July 1, 1997, along with Lantau Island and the Kowloon Peninsula. "Hong Kong proper" forms the settlement core of the island group with over 4 million inhabitants. The city is one of the world`s largest financial centers and serves as a hub for maritime traffic in the region. Attractions include floating restaurants at the harbor, the horse racing track "Tai Po," the beaches at "Castle Peak," the "Man Mo Temple," the bell tower at the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula, which serves as a viewpoint of the city`s skyline; the 800-meter-long escalator on Hong Kong Island (the longest in the world), the "Tiger Balm Garden" with caves and statues from Chinese myths, the "Victoria Peak" with a vi.

Day 58: Hong Kong, China. The Chinese island of Hong Kong (in Chinese "Xiang Gang") has been part of the Chinese Special Administrative Region since July 1, 1997, along with Lantau Island and the Kowloon Peninsula. "Hong Kong proper" forms the settlement core of the island group with over 4 million inhabitants. The city is one of the world`s largest financial centers and serves as a hub for maritime traffic in the region. Attractions include floating restaurants at the harbor, the horse racing track "Tai Po," the beaches at "Castle Peak," the "Man Mo Temple," the bell tower at the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula, which serves as a viewpoint of the city`s skyline; the 800-meter-long escalator on Hong Kong Island (the longest in the world), the "Tiger Balm Garden" with caves and statues from Chinese myths, the "Victoria Peak" with a vi.

Day 59 - 60: Sea day.

Day 61: Phu My (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam. About 2 hours south of Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is the port city of Phu My. Attractions in and around Ho Chi Minh City: Reunification Hall, National History Museum, former US Embassy, City Hall, Saigon Cathedral, Vung Tau, Rex Hotel.

Day 62: Sea day.

Day 63: Singapore, Singapore. Singapore is a city-state located at the southern end of the Malay Peninsula, just about 100 km north of the equator. The city is now one of the most important ports and trade centers in Southeast Asia. Singapore has a population of over 3 million, mainly consisting of Chinese, Malays, and Indians. Europeans and other ethnic groups complete the picture of this multilingual multicultural state. The clean and well-maintained streets and squares are striking; the metropolis is also one of the safest cities in the world. Some interesting buildings from the colonial era have been preserved, including several former British government buildings and the Raffles Hotel, where famous writers often stayed. From the southern bank of the Singapore River, you can take excursion boats for a tour of the river and Marina Bay. Places of interest include Orchard Road sh.

Day 64: Singapore, Singapore. Singapore is a city-state located at the southern end of the Malay Peninsula, just about 100 km north of the equator. The city is now one of the most important ports and trade centers in Southeast Asia. Singapore has a population of over 3 million, mainly consisting of Chinese, Malays, and Indians. Europeans and other ethnic groups complete the picture of this multilingual multicultural state. The clean and well-maintained streets and squares are striking; the metropolis is also one of the safest cities in the world. Some interesting buildings from the colonial era have been preserved, including several former British government buildings and the Raffles Hotel, where famous writers often stayed. From the southern bank of the Singapore River, you can take excursion boats for a tour of the river and Marina Bay. Places of interest include Orchard Road sh.

Day 65 - 67: Sea day.

Day 68: Colombo, Sri Lanka. The capital of Sri Lanka (formerly known as "Ceylon") has become an important port city for ships on the Far East route in recent years. The Beira Lake surrounds the city, which is connected to the port by a canal. The Clock Tower, which offers a wide view of the city and the harbor, is worth seeing. There are also many buildings in the city that were built by the Dutch in the 18th and 19th centuries, such as St. Peter`s Church or Pettah, the former residence of the Dutch, which is now characterized by a colorful bazaar district. In the south of the Beira Lake is the Victoria Park. In the downtown area of Colombo, there is also the De.

Day 69 - 72: Sea day.

Day 73: Port Louis, Mauritius. Port Louis, the capital of the African island paradise Mauritius, is located on the west coast of the island, nestled between the Moka Mountains and the Indian Ocean. The city is a lively blend of urban hustle and bustle, stately elegance of past eras, and multicultural coexistence. Popular attractions in the city center include the wide boulevard with its royal palm trees and the market with its iron market halls. If you want to buy something here, bargaining is a must. In the city center near the harbor, a number of colonial buildings exude a feudal flair. The best view of the city can be had from Fort Adelaide, which dates back to the British era and sits atop a small hill in the middle of the city. The island of Mauritius itself is of volcanic origin and is therefore bordered by mountain ranges.

Day 74 - 77: Sea day.

Day 78: Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha), South Africa. Port Elizabeth / Gqeberha is located on the Algoa Bay and is the fifth largest city in South Africa. The charming old town has retained its small-town charm, while modern buildings line the outskirts of the city. It is worth climbing the 52-meter high bell tower, the Campanile, from which you have an excellent view of the harbor and the center. On Castle Hill Street stands one of the oldest buildings in the city, the 1827-built parsonage, which now houses the Historical Museum. Other attractions include Fort Frederick, Market Squ.

Day 79: Sea day.

Day 80: Cape Town, South Africa. Cape Town is the seat of the South African Parliament, as well as the Anglican and Catholic archbishops. It is the capital of the Western Cape province and a cultural center with two universities, research institutes, museums, libraries, theaters, botanical gardens, and a zoo. Cape Town is located on the northern edge of the Cape Peninsula and is one of the largest ports and most important industrial centers in South Africa. The suburbs extend across the Cape Peninsula and far into the wine country. The oldest part of the city lies between Table Bay and the slopes of Table Mountain, which reaches a height of 1,086 meters. Cape Town is also a popular tourist destination. The surrounding area is dominated by Table Mountain, which has been accessible via a cable car since 1926. Historical landmarks include the oldest building in the city (and the country), Castle of Good Hope (1666), the Dutch Reformed Church (1699), the Old Town Hall (1755), and the Malay Quarter on Signal Hill. Other attractions include the Parliament building (18.

Day 81: Cape Town, South Africa. Cape Town is the seat of the South African Parliament, as well as the Anglican and Catholic archbishops. It is the capital of the Western Cape province and a cultural center with two universities, research institutes, museums, libraries, theaters, botanical gardens, and a zoo. Cape Town is located on the northern edge of the Cape Peninsula and is one of the largest ports and most important industrial centers in South Africa. The suburbs extend across the Cape Peninsula and far into the wine country. The oldest part of the city lies between Table Bay and the slopes of Table Mountain, which reaches a height of 1,086 meters. Cape Town is also a popular tourist destination. The surrounding area is dominated by Table Mountain, which has been accessible via a cable car since 1926. Historical landmarks include the oldest building in the city (and the country), Castle of Good Hope (1666), the Dutch Reformed Church (1699), the Old Town Hall (1755), and the Malay Quarter on Signal Hill. Other attractions include the Parliament building (18.

Day 82: Sea day.

Day 83: Whale Bay, Namibia. Walvis Bay is one of the most important sea ports in Namibia and a popular destination due to its abundant fish stocks and diverse flora and fauna. The name reveals that remnants of German colonial rule can be found in the city. For example, the Rhenish Mission Church was built in Hamburg and is considered the oldest building in the city. Nearby, there is a large bird san.

Day 84 - 91: Sea day.

Day 92: Tenerife (Canary Islands), Spain. The largest island of the Canary Islands is Tenerife. Due to its mild climate and geographical conditions, this island has a variety of climates. The island is crossed by a mountain range, in the center of which is the impressive volcano crater Cañadas del Teide with a diameter of around 20 km, and the 3,718 m high Teide. The valleys on both sides of the mountain range are extremely fertile, with significant banana and tomato crops. By the sea, we find both scenic cliffs and wide beaches with fine sand. For active vacationers, a visit to the Teide National Park, Loro Parque, Barranco del Infierno, the cliffs of Los Gigantes, the pyramids of Güimar, the Anaga Mountains, La Laguna, La Orotava, Puerto de la Cruz, Sa.

Day 93: Madeira, Portugal. The volcanic island of Madeira is located 900 km from the African mainland. The island, situated in the Atlantic Ocean, has a mild climate and tropical vegetation, making it a green paradise. The hilly landscape offers viewpoints with stunning panoramic views. In the capital, Funchal, a wide range of souvenirs are offered: traditional embroidery, basketry, or the famous Madeira wine. The city also offers various cultural, entertainment, and sports events. Attractions include Carnival, "Festa da Flor" (Flower Festival), "Festa do Vinho".

Day 94 - 96: Sea day.

Day 97: Southampton, England. Southampton is considered the most important port city in England. Despite the almost complete destruction of the old town in the war, there are numerous sights in Southampton. Worth seeing are the city walls and the Bargate Memorial, a medieval gatehouse that used to serve as the main entrance to the city. The city also offers the Seacity Museum, which focuses on the departure of th.