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Epic world cruise coming to Brisbane

If you really love cruises, and you have 106 days to spare, you will really love what Princess Cruises has just announced to mark 10 years of world cruises from
It's nothing short of an epic and nearly unprecedented three and a half month marathon cruise, making Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days seem like a piece of cake. It's not just Princess Cruises' longest ever itinerary, but one of the longest ever seen in the world.

One of the world's longest cruises

It departs Sydney in June 2018, but you can also get on for a round trip in Auckland, New Zealand, or at the Brisbane cruise terminal. The 106-day epic will take in no fewer than 27 countries, stopping at an incredible 41 separate ports, taking in 30 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and covering a total of 32,000 nautical miles.
For those in the know, that distance is akin to a full circumnavigation of the world - and then halfway around the world yet again.

Cross the equator twice on the Sun Princess

The equator will be crossed not once, but twice. There are overnight stops to take in the Taj Mahal and Machu Picchu. The amazing vessel that will undertake this almost unprecedented voyage is the 2000-passenger Sun Princess.
Cruise veterans will revel in a host of brand new port stops on this adventure, including Newfoundland, Canada and Greenland. You'll also stop over in sprawling New York and beautiful Venice and be able to take in Barcelona's amazing Grec Festival.

From Tahiti to the Arctic Circle

Where else will this unprecedented Princess Cruise take you? We're talking Sri Lanka, Dubai, Singapore, Dubrovnik, Sicily, Lisbon, London, Reykjavik, Aqaba, Akureyri in Iceland, Ecuador's Manta, Miami, Key West, Easter Island, Lima and the paradise of Tahiti to the freezing thrill of the Arctic Circle.
Given that it's an incredible 106 days at sea, prices start at a reasonable $15,000 for staterooms, with rates rising all the way through to $55,000 suites. And while it's not setting sail until 2018, bookings have just opened and it will be easy to hop on board for a round trip from Brisbane, where cruise parking is available.

A great cruise round-trip choice from Brisbane

Princess Cruises are renowned for exciting, long cruises that take in large numbers of stops, and by 2018 you could become the name's 30,000th 'cruiser' to hit the seas. In total, Princess Cruises have visited 183 different places, racking up an incredible total of 450,000 nautical miles.
Princess Cruises' Stuart Allison said it is a great choice for Australians who want a cruise adventure but not the usual stress of international travel.
"With Australian dollars on board, our world cruises also remove the stress of tipping and the expense of currency exchange," he is quoted as saying by Cruise Critic ( "Our guests only have to unpack once and the world will come to them from the luxury and comfort of a magnificent Princess ship."


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