The main attraction of a world cruise is that it allows you to visit many far away destinations from the Mediterranean to Australasia without dealing with airports and other hassles that are typical of travel. A world cruise is the easy way to do it all. Discover the thrill of a world cruise and the excitement of circumnavigating the globe in style. Indeed a world cruise will be the voyage of a lifetime.
The need to cross oceans and explore has been a part of human nature since the earliest times. The chance to discover new countries, experience different cultures and explore scenic splendours with a world cruise is an experience truly not to be missed.
World cruise sector sailings will take in a particular leg of a world cruise. Here you can do a shorter sailing anywhere from 18 nights up to about 80. These occasions are considered if you can’t commit to lengthy periods of time or part of a multi centre cruise holiday where you may prefer a longer land stay in certain destinations. Cruise passengers often take the opportunity to add a couple of hotel nights, to help explore these fascinating destinations either before or after the cruise.
World Cruises departing from the UK generally start from Southampton and cruise westbound to the United States or cruise to the Caribbean Islands before sailing through the Panama Canal and across the Pacific, taking in the breathtaking sights of the Hawaiian Islands along the way to Australia and New Zealand. Round the world cruises then normally continue around Asia before moving on to India and then either through the Suez Canal and on to cruise the Mediterranean or around Africa.
A full world cruise deal is normally from 80 to 110 days depending on the itinerary and don’t forget you can choose any sector of a world cruise and combine with a land holiday.