Oceania Cruises has unveiled details of a new world voyage which is set to circumnavigate the globe in 180 days.
Scheduled to depart in January 2019, the world cruise will see the 684-passenger cruise ship, Insignia, sail more than 45,000 nautical miles (83,000km) across two oceans and 16 seas, visiting 90 destinations in 36 countries.
Having departed New York on 11 January 2019, the cruise will sail to Miami and through the Caribbean Sea and Panama Canal to Los Angeles. It will then sail across the Pacific to Hawaii, South Pacific, New Zealand and Australia, before heading north to Asia.
Following visits to countries including Indonesia, Hong Kong, Japan, Myanmar and India, the ship will then travel west to Egypt and the Holy Land, and then onwards through the Suez Canal to Europe.
The journey includes 14 overnight stays and a series of shore excursions. The 2019 world cruise opened for reservations this week.
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