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Inside the 105-day 'ultimate luxury' cruise that costs over £200K

Rhianna Benson

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Inside the 105-day 'ultimate luxury' cruise that costs over £200K

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Anyone else attempting to overcome your January blues by planning your summer holiday six months in advance, just so you have something to look forward to?

Yeah, me too.

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This time of year usually sees a huge surge in sun-soaked vacations being booked, with people raring to dig out their bikinis and dust off their sandals.

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And if you've been saving up for your 2024 holiday in particular - or simply have quite an extravagant budget when it comes to trips abroad - one cruise company is hoping to tempt potential customers with a brand new £240k package.

Yep, you read that right. There's actually a luxury cruise available - which sees guests' plush suites complete with a grand piano and travels to breathtaking destinations including Japan and Alaska - for just shy of a quarter-million quid.

The provider in question? Mundy Cruising, a London-based high-end collection of lavish cruise specialists founded back in 1907 and famed for giving their (incredibly well off) customers the experience of a lifetime during their journeys around the world.

The Regent Suites are UBER luxurious. Credit: Silverline
The Regent Suites are UBER luxurious. Credit: Silverline
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The brand new cruise being advertised, however, isn't your usual excursion across the seas.

That's because it also includes First Class flights and all-expenses paid rail journeys across classic routes, including the Rocky Mountaineer and the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express.

The epic journey kicks off on 12 April next year with first class flights to Tokyo, after which travellers will board the Regent's Seven Seas Explorer and head to the Regent Suite which includes two bedrooms, original Picasso paintings, a Steinway piano and it's own spa.

Passengers will then set sail around Japan during the breathtaking Cherry Blossom season, witness the gorgeous trees in their glorious pink bloom, visit ancient temples and learn the harrowing history of Nagasaki.

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Passengers will be able to explore the wonders of Japan. Credit: Silverline
Passengers will be able to explore the wonders of Japan. Credit: Silverline

After 12 days, travellers will move onto the Seabourn Quest and set sail to Alaska, during which they'll take in the wonder of the picturesque Glacier Bay National Park and hope to land their eyes on black and brown bears, moose and whales.

And if you can believe it, the on-board Grand Wintergarden Suites are as plush at the Seven Seas, with each room boasting spacious terraces and a blissful solarium.

Passengers will then cross the iconic Rockies via the Rocky Mountaineer train before landing in New York to explore the intertwining roads of the city that never sleeps.

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When you're ready to relax once again, you'll take a further leisurely cruise across the Atlantic Ocean before heading north to explore the icy landscapes of the Norwegian Fjords.

Passengers will explore the Norwegian fjords. Credit: Silverline
Passengers will explore the Norwegian fjords. Credit: Silverline

Travellers then cross Europe before landing in Venice via Paris.

You'll board the legendary Simplon-Orient-Express, before cruising the Adriatic coast all the way to the Greek capital of Athens.

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After you've dipped your toes in the deep blue waters of Pylos and Spetses, you'll travel onwards to the sublime yet under-rated gems of Montenegro - including the stunning Bay of Kotor - on an exclusive 32-guest sailing yacht.

From there, you'll travel to Croatia ending your journey on 26 July 2025 in the Game of Thrones-esque historical city of Dubrovnik.

The Seven Seas suites include a private spa. Credit: Silverline
The Seven Seas suites include a private spa. Credit: Silverline

This 105-day luxury excursion around the globe starts at the hefty price of £239,999 per person.

BUT, as mentioned, this staggering cost does include first class flights, overseas transfers, five-star hotels and all cruises featured.

I better get saving now then!

Topics: Money, Travel, Shopping

Rhianna Benson
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