Mundy Cruising has packaged a 105-day luxury itinerary comprising seven cruises calling at 60 destinations in 11 countries.
The trip, called the Ultimate Luxury Cruise, begins on April 12, 2025, with first-class flights to Tokyo followed by a 12-day roundtrip cruise on Regent Seven Seas Explorer.
Passengers will stay in the ship’s Regent Suite while sailing in the country during cherry blossom season, calling at Kyoto and Nagasaki.
Following that, passengers will embark on a 20-night Seabourn cruise from Tokyo to Vancouver where they will disembark and spend two nights in a hotel before joining a Rocky Mountaineer Rail Journey to Kamloops, Jasper and Banff with accommodation both on board and at Fairmont hotels.
After returning to Vancouver, passengers will fly to New York where they will board Silversea’s Silver Dawn for a 16-day transatlantic cruise calling at Boston, Halifax, Newfoundland, Falmouth, Guernsey and Brittany and concluding in Southampton.
Passengers will then join a 14-day Norwegian Fjords cruise with Seabourn before heading to Paris, where they will join the Venice Simplon-Orient Express to ride to Venice.
From there, the itinerary includes a seven-day roundtrip sailing on Silversea’s Silver Spirit, with calls to Zadar and Rovinj, both in Croatia, followed by a seven-day Venice to Athens sailing on Explora Journeys’ Explora I.
Passengers will then embark on the final leg of the itinerary: a seven-night island hopping cruise on Ponant’s Le Ponant sailing from Athens to Dubrovnik, calling at Spetses, Pylos, Cephalonia, Paxos and Tivat.
Customers will disembark in Dubrovnik and fly back to London, landing on July 26, 2025.
Prices for the full itinerary start at £239,999 including business and first class flights, all overseas transfers, five-star hotel accommodation and all cruises.
Managing director Edwina Lonsdale said: “We thought, why not create a cruise which allows people to visit some of the best places on the planet, on some of the very best ships and in the absolutely very best suites available on those ships?”
Director of sales, marketing and operations Alex Loizou said: “Our clients are looking to indulge themselves in a gentler way.
“Covid have them a sense of urgency with plenty of items on their to do lists, but despite that urgency, they are not prepared to compromise.
“In response, we created this amazing journey as an example of the many bespoke travel experiences we take pleasure in curating.”
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