You may take a 118-day cruise to 16 international locations in 2022
- British cruise line Cunard has opened bookings for a 118-night cruise that will travel to 16 countries from 2022.
- Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 ship departs New York City on January 3, 2022 and travels to Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia before returning to New York City on May 1, 2022.
- The ship even has a planetarium so that guests can sniff the stars in the middle of the sea.
- Queen Mary cruise ticket prices range from $ 15,149 to $ 72,899 per person. In addition, taxes, fees and port charges of $ 1,710 will be charged.
- The CDC’s non-sail cruise ship order expires at the time of writing through October 31st. Additionally, the CDC warns that “traveling increases your chance of catching and spreading COVID-19” and that “staying home” is the best way to protect others from COVID-19 and stay safe from COVID-19.
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You could spend four months traveling the world on a new cruise but have to wait until 2022.
Two weeks ago, the British cruise line Cunard announced a new voyage on the Queen Mary 2 that will take passengers on a 118-day voyage around the world. The cruise departs New York City on January 3, 2022 and will travel to 16 countries around the world before returning to New York City on May 1.
Ports of call include hotspot destinations such as Seville, Spain; Athens, Greece; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and Sydney, Australia.
Throughout the journey, passengers will have the opportunity to visit 33 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The 1,132 foot ship can accommodate 2,691 guests and 1,292 crew members, and the cruise allows pets on board.
The ship even has a planetarium so that guests can sniff the stars during their almost four-month voyage in the middle of the sea.
The Queen Mary 2 departs from New York City.
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Tickets for the cruise aren’t cheap – prices range from $ 15,149 to $ 72,899 per person at the time of writing.
Passengers are required to pay an additional $ 1710.74 for taxes, fees and port charges.
The cheapest accommodation is a single room with no windows, while the most expensive booking includes a bedroom, living room and large windows.
Travelers can book the entire 118-night trip or one of six two- to three-week legs of the trip.
The new cruise comes after a similar trip on Queen Mary 2 was canceled in March due to COVID-19, according to the BBC. Since August, Cunard has suspended rides through 2021, USA Today reports.
On September 30th, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) extended their cruise ban until October 31st. The sailless arrangement began on March 14th.
Before planning a trip, travelers should check for COVID-19 related travel updates through the CDC. The CDC warns that “traveling increases your chances of getting and spreading COVID-19” and states that “staying home” is the best way to tell others about COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus protect and stay protected from her.