100 Nights at Sea: A Guide to Our World Cruises

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While every cruise offers an unforgettable holiday experience, none are quite so special as a round-the- world voyage. Once reserved for wayfaring explorers,  circumnavigating the globe by sea is now something everyone can enjoy — for a price, of course.

But while you’d expect world cruises to be incredibly expensive, book with Cruise1st, and we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Our round-the- world cruises are more affordable than you might think, meaning just about anyone can sail all seven seas in a single trip — provided you can get the time off work that is.

Choose to cruise for 100 nights or more, and you truly are in for the trip of a lifetime. Most of our world cruises take in most, if not all, seven continents, helping you tick off every destination on your wish list in one fell swoop. Travelling the world might sound an endeavour undertaken by intrepid young backpackers not afraid to slum it, but a world cruise lets you see every corner of the globe in complete luxury and comfort — so you can forget about dodgy hostels and thirty-four hour bus journeys in the sizzling heat.

The best thing about world cruises is their flexibility. Depending on your budget and time restrictions, you can cruise for as long as you want — be it 19 nights or 99 nights. Passengers are free to embark and disembark as the destinations which suit them, so you don’t have to commit to the full itinerary if you wish. Like the sound of a world cruise? To tempt you further, here’s a selection of our best round-the- world cruises for 2016/17. South America Passage and Argentina to Brazil Tour, Holland America Line

Sailing from Santiago, Chile to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil aboard the effortlessly luxurious

MS Zaandam, this 23-night voyage is a great way to experience the scenic beauty and rich culture of South America. Included in the price of the itinerary are return flights from Australia, a one-night hotel stay in Santiago and a seven-night land tour in Brazil, taking in the beautiful Iguazu Falls.

Auckland to Southampton, P&O

Departing Auckland on 12 th March 2017 on a once-in- a-lifetime trip, you’ll spend 42 nights at sea as P&O’s Aurora travels the Pacific and the Atlantic on route to the UK. With plenty of sea days in which to enjoy the amenities of this entertainment- packed liner, as well as shore highlights including Honolulu, San Francisco, Barbados and the Panama Canal, you’ll feel you’ve seen half the planet over the course of this outstanding voyage.

Round-the- world Spectacular, Holland America Line

Holland America Line’s ‘Round-the- world Spectacular’ is the crème de la crème of world cruises, transporting passengers from the serene waters of Vietnam’s Halong Bay to the elegance of the Italian Riviera and the beauty of the Norwegian Fjords. Over the course of this mighty trip, you’ll visit many of the world’s most beloved destinations — including Hong Kong, Venice, Copenhagen and Fiji — making it a once-in- a-lifetime trip to remember.

To browse our complete range of world cruises, click here to visit our dedicated round-the- world cruises page. Alternatively, if your budget doesn’t quite stretch to a global itinerary, visit our homepage where you’ll find hundreds of affordable cruise breaks, or call us on 1300 857 345.

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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