For those who have always dreamed of traveling the world, a round-the-world cruise is an exciting way to see multiple countries and experience different cultures. And for those who want to take their round-the-world journey to the next level, the MV Gemini vessel is the perfect way to do it. This incredible cruise ship will take passengers to 135 destinations in 59 countries over the course of three years, and it all begins on November 1st from Istanbul.
About MV Gemini Vessel
The MV Gemini vessel is operated by Celebrity Cruises, a company known for its luxury cruises and exceptional service. The ship was originally built in 2020 and underwent a major refurbishment in 2022 to ensure that it would be ready for its epic three-year journey. With 10 decks and a capacity of 1,074 passengers, the MV Gemini vessel is a true floating city that has everything passengers could want or need during their journey around the world.
Life at Sea Cruises has announced the booking process for a three-year ship trip around the globe, which will visit over 135 countries across seven continents. The cruise appears to offer travelers to live, work as well as explore, all while being onboard the ship, from one’s “home at sea”.
The package contains access to all dining venues as well as alcohol with dinner, a cutting-edge wellness center, sundeck, and swimming pool, high-speed website, entertainment, “enrichment seminars,” and housekeeping, as well as a 24-hour on-call health center with free medical visits.
The ship will stay docked for several days at each port to allow passengers to explore at their leisure, according to Travel and Leisure, who added that the cruise will visit 100 islands, including numerous Caribbean and Central American visits. It will also visit South America and Antarctica for 98 days.
The cruise will visit 13 of the 14 ‘Wonders of the World,’ with annual packages ranging from $29,999 (around INR 24,62,00) to $109,999 (around INR 90,24,000).
Detailed Schedule Of Journey
The MV Gemini vessel’s journey begins in Istanbul, Turkey, on November 1st, 2023. From there, the ship will make its way to the Mediterranean, with stops in Greece, Italy, and Spain. Passengers will have the opportunity to explore the stunning landscapes and vibrant cultures of these countries, including the iconic ruins of the Acropolis in Athens and the picturesque canals of Venice.
After the Mediterranean, the MV Gemini vessel can head to the Middle East, with stops in Israel, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates. Passengers will have the opportunity to explore the vibrant cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, as well as the holy sites of Jerusalem and Bethlehem in Israel. They can also experience the natural wonders of Oman’s mountains and deserts.
Next, the MV Gemini vessel can possibly make its way to Asia, with stops in India, Sri Lanka, China, Vietnam, and Thailand. Passengers will have the opportunity to see some of the world’s most famous landmarks, including the Taj Mahal in India and the ancient temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. They can also experience the bustling cities of Mumbai, Bangkok, and Singapore, with their vibrant street food scenes, bustling markets, and iconic landmarks, and the Great Wall of China. They can also experience the bustling cities of Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Bangkok, with their vibrant street food scenes, bustling markets, and iconic landmarks
After Asia, the MV Gemini vessel can make its way to Australia and New Zealand, with stops in Sydney, Melbourne, and Auckland. Passengers will have the chance to explore these vibrant cities and experience the stunning wonders.
The MV Gemini vessel can choose its destination to the South Pacific, with stops in Tahiti, Fiji, and Australia. Passengers will have the opportunity to relax on white-sand beaches, swim in crystal-clear waters, and experience the unique cultures of these island nations. In Australia, passengers will have the chance to explore cities like Sydney and Melbourne, as well as the stunning natural wonders of the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru.
After Asia, the MV Gemini vessel can make its way to the Middle East and Europe, with stops in Dubai, Israel, Greece, Italy, and Spain. Passengers will have the opportunity to explore some of the world’s most iconic landmarks, including the ancient ruins of Athens and Rome, the picturesque cities of the Amalfi Coast, and the vibrant streets of Barcelona. They can also visit the holy sites of Jerusalem and Bethlehem in Israel, as well as the futuristic city of Dubai.
The MV Gemini vessel’s final segment will take passengers to South America once again, with stops in Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina. Passengers can experience the vibrant cultures of these countries, from the tango dancers of Buenos Aires to the stunning natural wonders of Iguazu Falls. The journey will end back in Fort Lauderdale in 2026, after three incredible years of adventure, exploration, and discovery.
What All MV Gemini Vessel Will Offer?
Throughout the MV Gemini vessel’s journey, passengers will be able to enjoy all the luxuries and amenities of a world-class cruise ship. The ship has a variety of dining options, from formal restaurants to casual cafes, as well as bars, lounges, and even a wine cellar. There are also plenty of onboard activities to keep passengers entertained, including a casino, a spa, and a fitness center.
Passengers can choose from a range of cabin options, from cozy interior staterooms to spacious suites with balconies. All cabins are equipped with modern amenities like flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and luxurious bedding, ensuring that passengers are comfortable throughout their journey.
Access to all dining venues, as well as alcohol with supper, a cutting-edge wellness center, sundeck, and swimming pool, a high-speed website, entertainment, “enrichment seminars,” and housekeeping, and a 24-hour on-call health center with complimentary medical visits are all included in the package. The ship will stay anchored for several days at each port to allow passengers to explore at their leisure. The cruise will visit 100 islands, including numerous Caribbean and Central American visits. It will also spend 98 days in South America and Antarctica.