Are you ready for an around-the-world adventure? Here are the best world cruises that you should consider taking in 2019.

If you’re someone with a bucket list, there’s a good chance travel features quite a lot. And how could it not, with so many heavenly power catamarans and cruise trips on offer.

This is where cruises come into their own! You can see a ton of stunning places all in one trip- what could be better?

So, it’s hardly surprising that in 2017 the cruise industry was worth a staggering $37.8 billion! People love these extended trips, as reflected by the increasing number of holidaymakers climbing aboard.

In light of this, we’ve put a list together of the best world cruises. Hopefully, this gives you a better idea of what’s out there. Let’s dive in!

  1. Regent Seven Seas Cruises

If you’re after a journey offering the best all-inclusive packages, then Regent Seven Seas Cruises won’t disappoint. There’s a reason why they sold out this year- their service is fabulous.

From the food to the entertainment, to the ports and everything in between, it’s difficult to find fault with this cruise liner.

  1. Royal Caribbean

Please note, this isn’t technically a worldwide cruise. However, it’s still pretty impressive, so we wanted to include it in this list.

The Symphony of the Seas sails from Miami, you can enjoy stops at the following destinations:

  • Basseterre, St. Kitts
  • Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
  • CocoCay, Bahamas

At the time of writing, the Royal Caribbean is the largest cruise liner in the world!

Although the itinerary is pretty impressive, the ship itself steals the show. From exhilarating water slides to Broadway performances, you’ll undoubtedly enjoy yourself aboard this ship.

Plus, the food is second to none. There are over 20 fabulous restaurants for you to enjoy, all of which are superb!

  1. Crystal Cruises

This year Crystal Cruises offered two liners: the Symphony and Serenity.

Both of these give holidaymakers the opportunity to travel around the world.

We love that you have the option to switch between ships in Sydney. This gives you as many as four itineraries to decide between (all of which are fabulous, so it doesn’t matter which you choose, you won’t be disappointed!)

Next year Crystal Cruises have announced they’re launching a further two options for you to enjoy- so stay tuned for further updates!

  1. Fred Olsen

If you want to enjoy an extended trip, you can spend a whopping 107 nights exploring the globe on the Black Watch. From Southampton to Sydney you’ll see it all.

This ship exudes British tradition. Onboard you’ll find all the following amenities:

  • An authentic pub
  • Top-notch restaurants and bars
  • A cinema
  • Gaming tables
  • A luxury spa

Plus the itinerary is world-class. You’ll stop at ports in all the following places (these are listed in the order you’ll visit them):

  • The Caribbean,
  • South America
  • French Polynesia
  • The Cook Islands
  • New Zealand
  • Australia
  • Thailand
  • Maldives
  • Egypt

You’re bound to enjoy the trip of a lifetime!

  1. Oceania Cruises

Again, Oceania’s Cruise; ‘The Insignia’s World Cruise’ sold out this year. So, if you want to jump aboard in 2019, book sooner rather than later.

If you’re after a long trip, this is a fabulous option. You’ll enjoy 180 glorious days as you start in New York and finish your journey in Miami.

This is the most in-depth World Cruise on the market!

  1. Cunard

If you want to soak up quintessentially British tradition on board a world-renown cruise, then take a trip on either Cunard’s:

  • Queen Mary the 2nd
  • Queen Victoria

Both of these offer fabulous itineraries. However, the Queen Victoria is more famous for exuding class and sophistication. It’s a little more formal than other cruises, so you’ll need to be prepared to dress to impress!

You’ll enjoy stops in all the following places:

  • Hamilton
  • Port Canaveral (Orlando)
  • Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
  • Cartagena (Colombia)
  • Panama Canal
  • Puntarenas (Puerto Caldera)
  • Cabo San Lucas
  • San Francisco
  • Honolulu
  • Apia
  • Nuku Alofa
  • Tauranga
  • Auckland
  • Paihia
  • Sydney (Australia)

How amazing does that sound?!

  1. Saga Cruises

If you fancy exploring South Africa, then Saga Pearl offers a voyage from Portsmouth. The next one launches in February 2019, so be sure to book tickets soon to avoid disappointment!

  1. Silversea

Are you a bookworm? If so, the Silversea cruise; ‘Tale of Tales’ sets sail next year, and might just be the perfect vacation for you.

Not only is this a fabulous way to see the world, but Silversea is also inviting nine famous authors aboard. While they take their trip, they’ll craft a short story inspired by their journey.

The aim is to compile an exclusive collection of stories inspired by the same trip you were on!- How neat is that?!

  1. Holland America Line

If you fancy exploring the best Holland has to offer, then a cruise with Holland America is just the ticket.

They organize fabulous trips to Amsterdam, and the next one sets sail in January 2019, from Fort Lauderdale.

You can enjoy 113 nights of pure luxury. As cruise ships go, this one is pretty big, so there are tons of activities for you to choose from. There honestly is something for everybody!

Obviously, this option sounds a little pricier, so for cheap cruise tips check out the link. It’ll tell you everything you need, to enjoy a cost-effective cruise.

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