Six Star Cruises is launching a luxurious $1.2 million dollar cruise. See what it's like.



Slide 1 of 14: 
 Luxury cruise
 company 
 Six Star Cruises just announced a $1.2 million, 123-day
 voyage across 11 countries. 
 London, Sydney, Tokyo, Dubai, Bangkok, and Hong Kong are just
 a few of the stops on the itinerary. 
 On land, guests will stay in extravagant suites in some of
 the world's most luxurious hotels, like the famous 
 Burj Al Arab in Dubai. 
 The trip starts in London on November 11, 2021, and ends in
 London on March 13, 2022. 
 Visit
 Insider's homepage for more stories. 
 Those who think 
 the glamour days of cruise ships - when women dressed in
 elegant ball gowns for dinner and rooms boasted their own maids
 and butlers - are over, think again. 
 Luxury cruise company 
 Six Star Cruises just announced one of the world's most
 expensive cruise packages: a 123-day voyage across 11 countries
 that features overnight stays in some of the world's most
 luxurious hotels, helicopter transfers, and first-class
 flights. The package costs a whopping $1.2 million (£1 million)
 per couple. To put that into perspective, that's almost $10,000
 a day. 
 Keep reading to see what this luxe excursion entails.
Slide 2 of 14: 
 The trip starts in London on November 11, 2021, and ends in
 London on March 13, 2022.
Slide 3 of 14: 
 London, Sydney, Tokyo, Dubai, Bangkok, and Hong Kong are just a
 few of the stops on the itinerary.
Slide 4 of 14: 
 All three cruises are aboard a Seven Seas Explorer, 
 billed as "the most luxurious ship ever built."
Slide 5 of 14: 
 There are also Picassos on the walls and a baby grand piano.
Slide 6 of 14: 
 Unlimited spa treatments are included, as well as the services of
 a private butler.
Slide 7 of 14: 
 There's also a private mini pool.
Slide 8 of 14: 
 You'll also spend time on land at the Ritz Carlton in Hong Kong,
 China, the Park Hyatt in Sydney, Australia, the Aman hotel in
 Tokyo, Japan, and the Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour Hotel in
 Auckland, New Zealand.
Slide 9 of 14: 
 Guests will spend 13 nights in Sydney, including a day trip to
 the Blue Mountains for a private tour.
Slide 10 of 14: 
 Guests will be traveling exclusively by chauffeured car and
 helicopter, of course.
Slide 11 of 14: 
 In-suite Picassos, massive crystal chandeliers at every turn
 (there are almost 500 of them!), and Versace tableware quite
 possibly make this bold statement ring true.
Slide 12 of 14: 
 According to Forbes, around 
 2,000 pounds of lobster are consumed during a typical
 14-night cruise on The Explorer.
 There's also a culinary arts center on the ship, which allows
 guests to take cooking classes.
Slide 13 of 14: 
 Shuffleboard, putting greens, golf nets, bocce courts and paddle
 tennis will also keep guests entertained, as well as Pilates and
 yoga classes.
Slide 14 of 14: 
 Good luck going back to the real world after this.
 Read more: 
 51
 vintage photos from the days when cruise ships were
 glamorous 
 The top 5
 places to take a cruise to this year 
 7 of the
 best cruise ship loyalty programs to join 
 A new
 cruise with $175,000 ocean-view suites will begin voyages to
 all seven continents in 2021 - here's an inside look at the
 luxury ship

Those who think
the glamour days of cruise ships — when women dressed in
elegant ball gowns for dinner and rooms boasted their own maids
and butlers — are over, think again. 

Luxury cruise company
Six Star Cruises just announced one of the world’s most
expensive cruise packages: a 123-day voyage across 11 countries
that features overnight stays in some of the world’s most
luxurious hotels, helicopter transfers, and first-class
flights. The package costs a whopping $1.2 million (£1 million)
per couple. To put that into perspective, that’s almost $10,000
a day.

Keep reading to see what this luxe excursion entails.

The decadence of this trip begins even before you set foot on a ship: the first leg is flying first class on Emirates from London to Dubai.

The trip starts in London on November 11, 2021, and ends in
London on March 13, 2022.

The entire trip spans 123 days, and visits 41 ports across 11 countries.

London, Sydney, Tokyo, Dubai, Bangkok, and Hong Kong are just a
few of the stops on the itinerary.

Guests will stay in the Regent Suite on three different Regent Seven Seas cruises.

All three cruises are aboard a Seven Seas Explorer,
billed as “the most luxurious ship ever built.”

The Regent Suite sprawls across 4,443 square feet, and includes two bedrooms, and 2.5 bathrooms.

There are also Picassos on the walls and a baby grand piano.

There’s also a marble-clad, in-suite spa with a sauna, steam room, and Jacuzzi.

Unlimited spa treatments are included, as well as the services of
a private butler.

A private wrap-around balcony ensures the best views on the ship.

There’s also a private mini pool.

But the extravagance isn’t confined to the ship: on land, guests will stay in swanky suites in some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, like the famous Burj al Arab in Dubai.

You’ll also spend time on land at the Ritz Carlton in Hong Kong,
China, the Park Hyatt in Sydney, Australia, the Aman hotel in
Tokyo, Japan, and the Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour Hotel in
Auckland, New Zealand.

New Year’s Eve will be spent watching fireworks over Sydney Harbour Bridge from the private balcony of a rooftop suite at the Park Hyatt Hotel.

Guests will spend 13 nights in Sydney, including a day trip to
the Blue Mountains for a private tour.

The package also includes five private tours of world-renowned attractions like the Waitomo caves in New Zealand and Mount Fuji in Japan.

Guests will be traveling exclusively by chauffeured car and
helicopter, of course.

Back on water, the ocean liner calls itself “the most luxurious ship ever built.”

In-suite Picassos, massive crystal chandeliers at every turn
(there are almost 500 of them!), and Versace tableware quite
possibly make this bold statement ring true.

There are two main lunch restaurants and six for dinner, and items like caviar and lobster are generously represented on all menus.

According to Forbes, around
2,000 pounds of lobster are consumed during a typical
14-night cruise on The Explorer.

There’s also a culinary arts center on the ship, which allows
guests to take cooking classes.

Luckily, there’s also a jogging track around the deck, as well as a fitness center on board.

Shuffleboard, putting greens, golf nets, bocce courts and paddle
tennis will also keep guests entertained, as well as Pilates and
yoga classes.

In terms of entertainment, there’s a casino, a lush theater for after-dinner shows, and a library.

Good luck going back to the real world after this. 

Source: Read Full Article