Typical Round the World cruise Intenaray
Visiting more than 30 ports, lasting up to 120 days, a world cruise can go in either direction around the world and can start in the UK, New York, Miami or Los Angeles. UK world cruises typically leave the UK in early January. The most popular worldwide cruises are often those that follow the UK to Australia route but there are many combinations available that take in Africa, South America, India, southeast Asia, China, Japan and the Pacific.
South America and the Pacific
Another route might take you southwards from Europe across the Atlantic to South America, calling at Rio and Buenos Aires before rounding the Horn to cruise up the coast of Chile to Santiago. Striking out across the Pacific, cruises will visit Easter Island and the islands of Polynesia before arriving in New Zealand and Australia. Moving on to the Far East, China and Japan, the cruise ship may return to the UK via the Panama Canal and Caribbean.
Australia and Africa
A third route takes you southwards from Europe down the west coast of Africa to Cape Town and South Africa and out across the Indian Ocean to the Seychelles and Maldives. From there on to India, southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand before crossing the Pacific to the west coast of South America. Cruise Chile, Ecuador and Bolivia before passing through the Panama Canal to the Caribbean and on to Europe.
Haven't time to cruise round the world
Then take the option to cruise one of the legs of a round the world cruise. You can purchase for example a 30 day cruise from Southampton to San Francisco.
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