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Sailing World Tours

Major advantage of embarking on cruise for a world tour is that travellers don’t have to go through the process of surfing never-ending list of destinations to select the places they would visit, negotiate with airlines for fares, make hotel reservations, and arrange transfers taking care the flight arrival and departure time. Even if everything is in sync, still there would be worries of vicious cycle of packing and unpacking to trouble them. In contrast, a world cruise ship is indeed a home-away-home for around next hundred days, therefore there is no need to do the tedious task packing and unpacking.

Most of the world cruises sail in the first quarter of year. They begin their journey in January and end by March or maximum by May, depending upon their itineraries. However, there can be some anomaly too. For instance, Princess is offering World Cruise starting in May. Since all cruises are about to end their journey, those who still wish sail around the world only has the time to book their cruise tour. And travellers seeking first world cruise 2015 should also hurry up to book their tours as cruise bookings start a year in advance.

Last World Cruise by Dawn Princess

Roundtrip from Sydney, Dawn Princess world cruise has an Australian flair. The cruise sails from South Pacific to Southeast Asia to Middle East to Europe to the Caribbean to South America to the South Pacific. The 104 nights of world cruise tours would begin sailing on May 18, 2014 and end its journey on August 31, 2014. Travellers looking for tailor-made world tour may opt for segment journey too.

First World Cruise by Silversea

Silver Whisper will begin its voyage from Los Angeles on 5 January and after sailing for 115 nights through 50 destinations in 30 countries will end its journey at Fort Lauderdale on May 01. Cruise will take its guests major ports of calls in Australia, such as Sydney, in Asia, such as Hong Kong and Singapore, in the Middle East such as Mombasa, in Africa such as Cape Town, and in the Caribbean.