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Inside new 180-day cruise around the world to launch in 2026 visiting 43 countries after last one sold out in 30 mins

A LUXURY cruise ship is already taking bookings for 2026 – after its most recent world cruise sold out in 30 minutes.

Oceania is set to sail from Miami to 101 ports in 43 countries in a 180-day mega trip, and they’re looking for passengers to get on board.

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Oceania’s luxury cruise ship Vista docked in the port of Roseau, Dominica.[/caption]

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Vista docked in the port of San Juan at night[/caption]

The cruise liner is offering an experience like no other on board their new 1,200 passenger ship Vista, with prices starting at £47,377.

This premium cruise ship will leave Miami on January 6, and spend the first six weeks sailing along the coast of South America before heading around to Mexico, California, and Hawaii.

Yet, the journey of a lifetime hardly stops there – guests will then be treated to South Pacific dream islands like Bora Bora, before sailing to Singapore, Mumbai, and then to the Middle East.

Oceania even plans to send the boat through to Europe and, eventually, the British Isles.

And the long list of destinations is only heightened by all of the amenities on board the luxury cruise ship.

The brand-spanking-new cruise ship boasts comfortable cabins that start at an already large 240 square feet.

Passengers can make use of its spa, library, putting green, pickleball court, art classes, restaurants, lounges or pool.

The Oceania website reads: “Step aboard Oceania Vista and you’ll discover a dramatic new way of seeing the world.

“Vista invites you to savour your experience on a ship whose captivating beauty and stylish design evoke the wonders you’ll discover ashore.

“Stunning interiors and harmonious spaces reflect a fresh, new perspective through organic elements inspired by the land and sea.

“Sail to fascinating destinations in faraway lands while enjoying The Finest Cuisine at Sea and personalized service that distinguish every ship in our fleet along with several unique firsts in the realms of dining, accommodations and guest experience.”

Although not much else is currently known about the cruise ship, it can be safely assumed tickets will be flying off the shelf.

In January this year, Oceania’s fully-booked ship Insignia set sail on a similar journey – after selling out within 30 minutes two years prior.

Even though fares on the 684-guest ship started at £38,059, excited hopefuls just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit 60 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

At the time, Bob Binder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Oceania Cruises, said: “The response to our epic 2023 around the world voyage clearly illustrates the enthusiasm that experienced travellers have for immersive and memorable travel experiences.

“Despite the challenges the world faces today, travellers are clearly bullish on the future and are embracing these new opportunities to travel the world and create lifelong memories.”

An incredible 20 per cent of those passengers even opted to extend their 180-day trip to a 218-day trip.

But Oceania isn’t the only company to be offering luxury-trips across the seas.

The Villa Vie Odyssey is bound for sea in May, 2024 – following the completion of a multimillion-dollar transformation into a residential cruise ship, complete with villas as residences.

The Odyssey promises those on board an “intimate, new cruise lifestyle”, with the ship able to reach parts of the world that larger vessels aren’t able to access, often docking in the heart of destinations.

It will be at sea for over three years, taking it’s lucky passengers to 147 different countries along the way.

Meanwhile, Norwegian Aqua is set to launch in 2025, with a huge hybrid at-sea rollercoaster.

The Aqua Slidecoaster will have dual slides, and it will span across three of the ship’s floors with a series of twists and turns.

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Oceania’s cruise ship Vista in the port of Bridgetown, Barbados[/caption]

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