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This Luxe Cruise Sails To 40 Countries Including SG If You Have $125K & A Lot Of Time To Spare

World of Splendor – Cruise around the world in 140 nights

Jules Verne’s Around the world in Eighty Days may be fictional, but this upcoming adventure sure isn’t. A holla to all those who love the journey as much as the destination: there’s going to be a new cruise that takes you round the world in 140 nights.

The World of Splendor by Regent Seas Cruises will depart from Miami, dock at 40 countries including Singapore, and end in New York. It’s swaggy, it’s opulent, and it’s a dream come true for everyone who envied Zack and Cody’s life on board the S.S. Tipton.

Luxury cruise passing 6 continents 

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Before you yell “shut up and take my money”, there are some numbers you probably should know.

2027 – that’s when the cruise is departing. The Seven Seas Splendor ship will be setting sail only in 3 years from now, on 11th January. The voyage ends on 1st June 2027.

$125,000 per person – that’s not a typo. Much like other luxury journeys around the world, this getaway is going to set you back a lot. Believe it or not, 125 grand is the starting price, with rates going up to a record-breaking $1.1 million per person for the lavish Regent Suite.

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Regent Suite.
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Realistically, the best many of us can do is $2. But if you happen to have won the lottery or just have a cool several hundreds of thousands to spare, you’re in for a treat.

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Kakadu National Park.
Image credit: @nicolemimra via Instagram

The all-inclusive escapade comes with plenty of activities from shore excursions and hotel stays to keep everyone occupied throughout. Check off your bucket list with visits to 73 UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Coiba National Park in Panama, Elephanta Caves in India, and Kakadu National Park in Australia.

You’ll essentially be visiting all the continents in the world, save for Antarctica. Needless to say, your passport will also be filled with plenty of immigration stamps thanks to the port stays at the following destinations:

  • Miami, Florida
  • Panama City, Panama
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Papeete, French Polynesia
  • Sydney, Australia
  • Cairns, Australia
  • Bali, Indonesia
  • Singapore
  • Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • Malé, Maldives
  • Mumbai, India
  • Luxor, Egypt
  • Aqaba, Jordan
  • Jerusalem, Jordan

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Image credit: Regent Seven Seas

Out at sea, there are open bars and lounges, a glass-enclosed solarium, and best of all, unlimited wine and Wi-Fi. Need a workout? Work up some sweat at the paddle tennis court, golf net, or bocce court. There’ll also be 9 dining choices, with meals that include caviar, lobster, and filet mignon. Christopher Columbus could never.

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Infinity-edge plunge pool.
Image credit: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Travel around the world in style

Millionaires, retirees, and digital nomads of the highest caliber, you now have the ultimate getaway awaiting. The 2027 World Cruise is now on sale for a smooth sailing 140 days.

Find out more about the World of Splendor 


If you don’t have 140 days of AL to spare:

Cover image adapted from: Regent Seven Seas Cruises, @nicolemimra via Instagram