Massive world cruise to depart in 2019

MSC’s four-month expedition hits 49 destinations in 119 days
Scheduled to depart on January 5, 2019, MSC Cruises’ four-month World Cruise is due to hit 49 destinations in 32 countries in 119 days. Tickets, already on sale, costing ‘from’ $17,000.
The expedition starts in Genoa and includes 15 complimentary excursions, including lagoon snorkling and elephant riding.
It heads to Central America, up the West Coast with stops in San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego, across the Pacific, around Australia and along the Indian Ocean.
It stops in Barcelona, San Juan, Melbourne, Singapore, Abu Dhabi and Bora-Bora – but does not dock in Antarctica, so it falls short of a stop on every continent. Each destination stop averages at 13 hours, but some last several days.


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