Life at Sea Cruises to Offer a 3-Year Voyage for US$30,000 a Year!

You Can Soon Live on a Cruise Ship for US$30,000 a Year

This cruise will cross out every item on your bucket list.

Have you ever wanted to leave it all behind and escape into the horizon? Now you can with a three-year cruise that will take you around the world for US$30,000 (~S$40,350 ) a year. Life at Sea Cruises has opened up bookings for this incredible voyage, which will set sail from Istanbul on 1 Nov 2023. It will be aboard the MV Gemini, a luxury liner with 400 cabins that can accommodate over 1,000 passengers. 

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Which destinations will be covered on the cruise?

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Life at Sea MV Gemini will journey to 375 ports in 135 countries across all seven continents. Among the 375 ports, 208 will be overnight stops, giving you plenty of time to get out and explore. On this once-in-a-lifetime adventure, you’ll take in famous sights such as India’s Taj Mahal, the Great Wall of China, Peru’s Machu Picchu, and Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer statue.

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The ship will first sail around South America, spending Christmas in Brazil, and New Year in Argentina. Afterwards, it will island-hop through the Caribbean and go round the coasts of Central and North America. Moving on to Asia, it will make stops in Japan, South Korea, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, and Malaysia. 

Next, it will journey to Australia, New Zealand, India, and Sri Lanka, before crossing over to Africa. Lastly, it will traverse the Mediterranean and Northern Europe.  

How will I be able to work while on the Life at Sea MV Gemini cruise?

Fortunately, those joining this Life at Sea Cruises voyage won’t need to take a break from their career. The MV Gemini boasts a first-of-its-kind Business Centre at Sea with two meeting rooms, 14 offices, a business library, a lounge, and a cafe. Equipped with screens, conference equipment, Wi-Fi, and printers, the Business Centre will make remote working a seamless experience. 

Moreover, Life at Sea Cruises promises the Tax Benefits of an International Residence, allowing passengers to keep more of what they earn. 

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What leisure activities are available on the MV Gemini?

A wide array of recreational facilities will help you live on a cruise ship without getting bored. After working and/or touring, you can rejuvenate at the ship’s salon, which offers hair, nail, face, and body treatments. You can also get active at the fitness centre staffed by certified personal trainers. Other relaxation options include a sundeck, swimming pool, and dance and music classes. Singles enjoy a 15% discount on the double occupancy rate and can look forward to mingling at mixers on the ship. 

In almost every destination, Life at Sea Cruises will arrange tee times and transportation to golf courses. Along the way, you can sharpen your swing at the ship’s golf simulator and putting green. Golf lessons are also available. 

The fare covers all meals and drinks. The buffet-style restaurants on Life at Sea Cruises use premium ingredients and offer open seating. 

Three years without seeing your loved ones can get lonely. That’s why friends and family can visit residents for a limited time, and stay in their rooms for free. Guest rooms may be available for visitors subject to seasonal occupancy and rates. 

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What other facilities are there on the ship?

Since passengers will live on a cruise ship for three years, they’re going to need medical care at some point. This is why the ship has a fully equipped hospital run by experienced professionals which comes with free visits and 24-hour on-call service. 

Dental visits, medical procedures and medication will be charged at cost. There will be a pharmacy where you can get the medication you need. 

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With a wealth of amenities on board, you’re sure to enjoy working and playing at sea while travelling the world. There are limited cabins on this dream ship, so if you’re interested, find out more here and start booking!

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