Have you ever wished you could leave everything behind, never look back, and never have to worry about bills, mortgages, kids, or anything again?
Life at Sea Cruises is taking its name too literally by advertising a three-year cruise travelling to 135 different countries for around AUD 45,000 annually.
About one hundred tropical destinations will be visited during the MV Gemini’s three-year voyage, which sets sail from Istanbul in November 2023. The ship can carry 1,074 guests over its 211,000-kilometer journey across all seven continents in its 400 cabins.
But, the seniors are not the only ones who may enjoy this voyage (or those who have recently inherited a small fortune). The MV Gemini can help with work duties from anywhere in the world via its Starlink Wi-Fi, so it’s perfect for individuals who still need to work remotely.
“We have constructed a first of its kind Business Center at sea with two conference rooms, 14 offices, a business library, relaxing lounge and a café,” the company website reads.
Screens, conference equipment, Wi-Fi, printers, and a “ready to assist” staff were listed as additional amenities of the Business Centre.
As if that weren’t enough, cruisers may retain more of their hard-earned money thanks to tax loopholes available to those who live in certain foreign countries.
The managing director of Life at Sea Cruises, Mikael Petterson, said, “professionals require connection, the necessary amenities, and the functionality to conduct their work.”
“No other cruise offers this sort of flexibility to their customers.”
All the basics, as well as ‘world class’ local food, entertainment, and wash-fold laundry, are provided free of charge.
Life at Sea Cruises is the first World Cruise designed for passengers who “want to Cruise, Live, Work, and Discover from their Residence at Sea,” according to the company’s website. We have thought of everything you need daily to live your life to the fullest, including a pod system embarkation procedure, free medical visits, free Wi-Fi, and the possibility to invite friends and family members at no cost. Everything you require comes in one convenient bundle.”
The balcony suites may cost AUD$165,000 annually, making them affordable only to the extremely well-off.
Apart from the ship’s 400 rooms, passengers may enjoy the ship’s sun deck, swimming pool, wellness centre, gym, and salon.
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