World’s Most Expensive Cruise
If you were thinking about booking a cruise, well we found one for you. It’s the world’s most expensive cruise!
Silversea cruises is offering a $1.500,000 cruise package for two on the Silver Whisper , taking in 28 countries over a period of 115 days.
This luxury cruise line has six ships in its fleet, each with ocean-view suites, Bulgari bath products, Egyptian cotton linens and butler service.
The trip begins when passengers are picked up from their home by helicopter, and, en route to a London airport. Along the way you will be served with Beluga Caviar that costs $6,320 per kilogram and tea so rare it’s priced at more than $3,160 per kilogram.
Guests will travel to and from the U.S. in a private Boeing business jet while a Michelin-starred chef prepares a 10-course tasting menu, and will be transferred via Rolls Royce Phantom.
Once on board, home for the next 115 days will be the ship’s more than 1,000-square-foot Royal Suite, with its two bedrooms, two marbled bathrooms, separate dining area, bar and two verandas.
Silver Whisper can accommodate up to 382 passengers along with the 295 crew members in the 194 apartments available on board.
Once at sea you will stay in Silver Whisper’s Royal Suite, which has two bedrooms, two marbled bathrooms, dining area and two balconies.
The world’s most expensive cruise treats you with complimentary cocktails and engaging conversation, live music and a dance floor, The Bar on board this luxury cruise ship welcomes you to mix and mingle.
The Connoisseur’s Corner offers exceptional cognacs along with a premium selection of cigars for purchase.
Imagine all your friends having a hard time cleaning the snow off their cars while you’re sipping from a glass of champagne by the pool enjoying the warm sun.
The world’s most expensive cruise departs from Los Angeles and includes visits to 28 countries, including French Polynesia, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Mauritius, Cameroon and Barbados.
But that’s not all! Guests will relax with a four-night stay at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel pre-cruise, and a four-night post-cruise stay at an $11,534 a night apartment in Miami’s exclusive Sunset Island community.
So what do you think about the World’s Most Expensive Cruise? Do you see yourself taking a 115 days break from your life and enjoying the world’s most exotic destinations?
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