You can now book a 116-day cruise to 26 countries on Princess Cruises' longest voyage ever
- Princess Cruises just announced its longest voyage ever, a 116-day trip around the world.
- Departing in 2025, the ship will stop in 26 countries, including Australia, Egypt, and Italy.
Travelers with time to kill and money to spare can now book a 116-day cruise around the world on Princess Cruises' longest voyage ever.
Departing in 2025, the cruise will take passengers to 26 countries across six continents, according to a press release.
The "World Cruise" will make 51 stops in Australia, Europe, Africa, Asia, Central America, and more. Travelers will also have access to 27 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Egyptian pyramids and Croatia's Old City of Dubrovnik.
According to the cruiseliner's website, "no-frills" tickets for the entire 116-day trip start at $19,999 — but there are also shorter, 51-day cruises starting at $9,139. Passengers can sail roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on January 5, 2025, or from Los Angeles on January 20, 2025.
While Princess Cruises already offers World Cruises, its nearly four-month voyage will be its longest. It will also include Princess' first-ever stops in Bar, Montenegro, and Taranto, Italy, as well as its first World Cruise stops in Patmos and Volos in Greece.
Travelers who book before May 31, 2023, can land early-booking benefits, including roundtrip first-class or economy airfare, and $500 of onboard spending money, according to the press release.
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