From cherry blossom to Japan To Alaska’s glaciers and Norwegian fjords, a new 105-day ‘ultimate luxury cruise’ appears to have it all – but start saving now as it will set you back a whopping £239,999 ($304,000) per person.
This includes traveling in premium suites on some of the world’s best cruise lines and being pampered on the classic Rocky Mountaineer rail journeys and the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express.
The odyssey begins in style on April 12, 2025, with a first-class flight to Tokyo to embark on a 12-day voyage aboard Regent’s Seven Seas Explorer. Besides enjoying views of colorful trees in bloom, you’ll visit temples in Kyoto and get a dark history lesson in Nagasaki.
Expect total comfort on board: the two-bedroom Regent Suite covers more than 4,000 square feet and includes original Picassos, a Steinway piano and its own spa including an outdoor hot tub.
Returning to Tokyo, you will board the Seabourn Quest on April 27 to explore more of Japan’s treasures, including the snow monkeys at Hakodate Hot Springs, before heading to Alaska to navigate spectacular Glacier Bay. Excursions offer the chance to spot bears, moose, eagles and whales. Accommodation is in the Grand Wintergarden Suite with spacious terraces and a glass-enclosed solarium.
A new 105-day “ultimate luxury cruise” has been revealed. One of the included suites is located above: the two-bedroom Regent Suite at Regent’s Seven Seas Explorer.
From Vancouver, it’s time to join the Rocky Mountaineer on May 16 with a few stays at Fairmont hotels in the west Canada before flying to New York to join Silver Dawn from Silversea.
Checking into the owner’s suite on May 28, you will sail the Atlantic via Boston to Southampton.
He returned to Seabourn on June 14, occupying the owner’s suite on Seabourn Sojourn on a round trip from Dover to the Norwegian fjords, crossing the Arctic Circle to see the tip of the North Cape of mainland Europe.
After a flight to Paris, a large Orient Express suite awaits to take you to Venice to board Silversea’s Silver Spirit on July 2 for a return trip to the islands of Croatia.
Ten days later, another ship – the new Explora I from Explora Journeys – welcomes you to the owner’s suite, which spans the full width of the ship with an infinity pool on its private terrace. You sail on the Adriatic to the Peloponnese, ending in Athens.
The odyssey begins in style on April 12, 2025, with a first-class flight to Tokyo aboard the Seven Seas Explorer.
Guests will see the Norwegian fjords aboard Seabourn Sojourn
Finally, the small 32-passenger Le Ponant sailboat will take you around the islands in Greece and Montenegro, disembarking in Dubrovnik for a return flight to London on July 26, 2025.
Until then, you might consider this six-figure price a bargain because it includes not only all cruises and trains, but also business and first-class flights and five-star hotels.
Edwina Lonsdale, managing director of a luxury travel agency Mundy Cruisewho put together the package, said: “We wanted to create a cruise that allowed people to visit some of the best places on the planet on some of the best ships and in the best suites available.
“Judging by the enthusiastic response we have received from our customers for high-priced bespoke packages in the past, we are confident we will have a few takers – even at almost £240,000 per person – with the possibility of further adapt the program. along the way.’
Seabourn Quest will take guests to Alaska (above). On-site excursions offer the opportunity to spot bears, moose, eagles and whales.