Royal Caribbean (RCL) is offering travelers what may be a trip of a lifetime with a cruise that will sail the world for 274 nights, visiting all seven continents.

What the cruise line has dubbed the “Ultimate World Cruise” will stop at 150 destinations in 65 countries and visit 11 wonders of the world.

It will sail onboard Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas ship, leaving from Miami on Dec. 10, 2023, and returning Sept. 10, 2024.

Rates for the full cruise start at $60,999 per person plus taxes and fees, Lyan Sierra-Caro, a Royal Caribbean spokesperson, told USA Today.

Popular destinations that travelers will have the opportunity to visit include Casablanca, Morocco; Qaqortoq, Greenland; and Shimizu, Japan; with the ability to visit Mount Fuji, Peru’s Machu Picchu, and the Taj Mahal in India.

For travelers who are unable to spend the entire duration on the ship, Royal Caribbean has separated the cruise into four segments that can be booked separately. These include an Americas and the Antarctica Expedition, an Asia and the Pacific Expedition, a Middle East and Mediterranean Expedition, and a Three Continents Expedition that begins in the Mediterranean and heads north.

Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, said in a statement, “This is the world cruise of world cruises. Now, more than ever, people have resolved to travel the world and make up for lost time.”

Bookings for the cruise start on Wednesday for Diamond and above Crown & Anchor Society members.

Reservations for the Royal Caribbean Ultimate World Cruise will be available to the general public on Oct 27, according to USA Today. Individual cruise segments can be booked starting in December, the news outlet said.

As of Wednesday at 1:41 p.m. ET, shares of Royal Caribbean were trading at $83.98, down 49 cents, or 0.58%.

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