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19 Amazing And Most Expensive Ocean Cruise Tours 2018.

The Royal Cruising Society has thousands of members that take cruising very seriously. They have a six-star system for rating cruises and currently, only
three cruise lines on the entire planet are at the six star level. The criteria for obtaining six stars is based on the quality of the cabins, the service, and the food. The most expensive cruise lines pamper their guests with décor, textiles and amenities usually only found in boutique hotels, food reminiscent of a Michelin Star restaurant, and service so classy that sometimes can even have a butler draw your bath. These cruises have mastered service and comfort, you pay a price for never waiting in buffet lines, or never dealing with crowds. Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Seabourn, and Silver Sea Cruise lines are the only three cruise lines in the world who meet the impeccable standards necessary to qualify for a six-star rating.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Regent has four luxury liners in service, the Seven Seas Splendor, Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner, and Seven Seas Navigator. IN 2020, expect their fifth, the Seven Seas Splendor, to launch her maiden voyage. Each ship carries under 1,000 passengers and provides a spa, luxury bath products, and private balconies for each guest room. They even have penthouse suites with personal butlers and in-room iPads.

#1 Buenos Aires to Los Angeles on the Regent Seven Seas Explorer

Widely recognized as the most luxurious cruise shop on the planet, the Regent Suite is a 4,000 square foot suite with two huge private balconies, two luxury spa bathrooms with jetted tubs, a full bar, three walk-in closets, a sitting room with a top-of-the-line entertainment system, and even a grand piano overlooking whichever of the seas you happen to be sailing on. This trip is over $185,000 per person and guests enjoy prepaid gratuities, in-suite massage services, unlimited complimentary laundry and dry cleaning, priority boarding, two safes to store your valuables, and even free breakfast.

#2 Miami to Miami on the Seven Seas Mariner

Stay in the Master Suite during this 131-day cruise, for $175,000 per person. Enjoy a two-bedroom suite with King sized beds, a complimentary cocktail party for 8, and nearly 400 ports to explore. With this level of travel, your pre-cruise hotel package is covered, as well as unlimited wifi, your very own butler, priority boarding and early access to your suite, a welcome bottle of champagne, a personal trainer, and they’ll even iron your clothes for you.

#3 Los Angeles to New York City on the Regent Seven Seas Navigator

For $177,000 per person, you can get comfortable in the Master Suite, and spend 131 days on the navigator, beginning with the South Pacific Islands, through French Polynesia, spend the day in Tahiti, Bora Bora and Fiji before heading to Australia, Indonesia, The Philippines, China, Thailand, India, Dubai, Egypt, Israel, Italy, Spain, and Portugal. Those are just a few of the stops. The master suite amenities for this cruise are similar to the ones listed for The Mariner and The Explorer.

#4 San Francisco to San Francisco on the Seven Seas Mariner

Don’t be fooled by the seemingly short journey. In 131 days, you’ll enjoy up to 337 free shore excursions, free first-class airfare, guaranteed priority dining reservations, unlimited wine and spirits, and even free onboard healthcare. The Master Suite is over 2000 square feet and will set you back $386,000 per person.

Seabourn Cruises

For 20 consecutive years, Condé Nast Traveler has reserved a space on their Gold List for the Seabourn Cruise Line. Travel + Leisure has awarded them the World’s Best Small-Ship Cruise Line and if the rest of their awards were listed here, the entire article would be boring. The Seabourn fleet has five ships; the Seabourn Odyssey, the Seabourn Sojourn, the Seabourn Quest, the Seabourn Encore, and the Seabourn Ovation. Each ship carries just under 500 passengers and there’s a near one-to-one staff to passenger ratio, so the service is top notch. All of the cabins are suites, guests enjoy spa and wellness services, gourmet dining, on-board activities and small group excursions at nearly every port are optional, whether you want to kayak, trek, shop, or watch wildlife.

#5 New Zealand and the Coral Coast on the Seabourn Encore

Reserve the Owner’s Suite on the Encore for a little under $40,000 per person and enjoy a 32 day cruise that begins in New Zealand, makes several stops in New Zealand and Australia before heading toward Indonesia, where your trip ends in Bali. Or does it?

#6 Barcelona, Spain to Miami, Florida aboard the Seabourn Odyssey

This 27 day cruise takes guests through several ports in Spain, including the Canary Islands. Then, it’s off to Portugal, Puerto Rico, and then Miami. Enjoy the Penthouse Suites for around $18,000 per person. All accommodations are roomy, ocean-view suites which include the services of your own personal butler. You can sunbathe on your own private veranda and visit all seven continents.

#7 Los Angeles to Cape Town, South Africa via the Seabourn Sojourn

This 128-day cruise begins in Los Angeles, then heads straight for Hawaii. Guests can spend the day in Kiribati before visiting French Polynesia. The Cook Islands, American Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands, Papau, New Guines, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Kenya, Tanzania, Mayotte, and Mozambique before its final five South African destinations. That’s a lot of the world, for only a little over $100,000 per person.

#8 Antarctica, Amazon and The Atlantic aboard the Seabourn Quest

This 66-day cruise departs from Santiago, Chile and travels up the Eastern coast toward the Strait of Magellan, including the scenic Beagle Channel before stopping off in Argentina. Guests have six opportunities to experience the pristine Antarctica before heading back north toward Uruguay, and then Brazil before and after cruising the Amazon River, then heading toward Spain, Morocco, and finally landing in Lisbon, Portugal. The Owner’s Suite rooms on this cruise are close to $70,000 per person.

#9 Copenhagen, Denmark to Dublin, Ireland via the Seabourn Ovation

For a little over $35,000 per person, guests can stay in the owner’s Suite and spend 28 days cruising the Northern Gems & British Isles. Beginning in Copenhagen, guests can also enjoy Norway, Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, Wales, and Scotland, before making a few stops in Ireland.

Silver Sea

Silver Sea specializes in intimate luxury ships, that are small enough to go where bigger ships can’t. All accommodations are roomy, ocean-view suites which include the services of your own personal butler. You can sunbathe on your own private veranda and visit all seven continents.They have nine ships; the Silver Cloud Expedition, the Silver Explorer, the Silver Galapagos, the Silver Whisper, the Silver Spirit, the Silver Shadow, the Silver Discoverer, the Silver Wind, and finally, the Silver Muse.

#10 Rio de Janiero to Fort Lauderdale on the Silver Muse

For a little over $40,000 per person, guests can reserve a one or two-bedroom Owner’s Suite, with a private veranda, spectacular sea views, a dedicated butler, an espresso machine, laundry service, a sound system, and international phone service. At this level, guests dine at the Officer’s Table, and other amenities.

#11 Ushuaia, Argentina to Cape Town, South Africa via the Silver Cloud Expedition

The Silver Cloud Expedition is a comfortable and luxurious ice class vessel with large suites, five dining options, and kayaks for guest use. The 254-passenger ship has a 1300 square foot Grand Suite with a veranda for watching whales and a wide variety of other wildlife. The Grand Suite is $36,500 per guest.

#12 Zanzibar, Tanzania to Durban, South Africa on the Silver Discoverer

The Silver Discoverer only has room for 114 adventurous passengers, making this a popular ship. The duration of this cruise is only 16 days, and gives passengers access to UNESCO World Heritage sites, the wildlife of Richards Bay, and even exclusive access to a private property for exploring. Their most expensive Medallion Suite is sold out for several years in advance, but the View Suite is available for $17,000 per person.

#13 Ushuaia, Argentina to Ushuaia, Argentina on the Silver Explorer

The Silver Explorer was designed to navigate waters in the most remote destinations, and their itinerary takes full advantage of that design, pushing through ice floes like butter. This 18-day cruise sells out quickly. An Owner’s Suite is over $35,000 per person and provides guests with a private balcony and all the VIP status you’d expect for their highest-paying guests

#14 Hong Kong to Tokyo on the Silver Shadow

For $23,000 per person, the Owner’s Suite in the Silver Shadow is a spacious 1200 square foot apartment with its own veranda. Passengers will visit Shanghai, Beijing, Hiroshima, Osaka, and Tokyo. With over 80 excursion offerings, small groups of guests will be guided through some of Asia’s finest seaside cities.

#15 Copenhagen to Copenhagen aboard the Silver Spirit

This 15-day cruise explores Northern Europe and the British Isles, with a magical visit to the Arctic Circle, where the sun glows at midnight. Prestigious Owner’s Suite rooms are $44,000 per person.

#16 London to London via the Silver Wind

Depart from the London Tower Bridge and spend 15 days marveling at the beauty of Norway while enjoying market visits and cooking demonstrations aboard the yacht-like Silver Wind. It’s a sleek vessel that’s small enough for guests to enjoy intimate night-club-like environment with the space and amenities you’d expect from a six star cruise line.

#17 Monte Carlo to Venice Aboard the Silver Whisper

This is a 15-day journey of romance, history, and food. The ship itself has designer shopping and a theatre, where actors and singers perform just for the 382 guests. Stay in the Owner’s Suite for $27,000 per person and enjoy your stops in Antibes, Portofino, Livorno, Corsica, Olbia, Rome, Sorrento, Sicily, Taormina, Valletta, Dubrovnik, and Venice

#18 Cruise the Entire World aboard the RMS Queen Mary 2

Remodeled in 2016, the RMS Queen Mary 2 is the world’s most expensive cruise liner cabin in the world, at more than $1600 a night for their round-the-world trip. At $183,000 per person, the round-the-world trip lasts for 120 days and visits 45 ports in 23 countries. The Queen Mary 2 has ballroom dancing in the evenings, several restaurants, shopping, night clubs, a spa, afternoon tea, a planetarium, world-class entertainment, and even a dog kennel for guests.

#19 Full World Cruise: Grand Continental Odyssey via the Crystal Serenity

Crystal Serenity’s full world cruise is an 85 day adventure and the Crystal Penthouse will cost over $100,000 per person. Guests enjoy a personal butler service, flat screen televisions, a private workout room, jetted tub and ocean views. The ship even has a library. This cruise departs from Los Angeles, California and visits five continents. Excursions and on-board entertainment will keep guests busy on one of the biggest ships at sea.


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