While deciding to spend over 100 days at sea is rarely a last minute decision, you might be surprised to find that you need to plan up to two years in advance to get a room on your desired route!
Unlike a Caribbean cruise, where you can choose from many different lines and find similar itineraries, only a few lines offer a single World Cruise each year and the route is always changing.
This means limited rooms are available and often go quickly to returning world cruisers who know exactly which ships they love and which new ports are most important to them.
In fact, nearly all the 2018 World Cruises are sold out or have limited spaces available and it looks like the 2019 sailings are hot on their heels!
Here is the availability as of August 2017:
|2018 Cruise Line||Availability|
|Oceania||Suites Only Avail|
|2019 Cruise Line||Availability|
|Holland America||Staterooms Avail|
|2020 Cruise Line||Availability|
What’s driving the push to plan so far in advance?
- Take advantage of initial savings
- Selecting preferred staterooms
- Plenty of time to plan for each port
- Plenty of time to plan for all the little things needed to go on a World Cruise
- Repeat World Cruisers who have fallen in love with this style of travel
What do you need to know?
- Examine the routes each line is taking to see what ports excite you
- Learn about the differences of each cruise line
- Talk with a cruise advisor to ensure you take care of all the details
Have more questions? Ready to start planning your world cruise?
Talk with a Cruise Specialist today (888) 993-1318 or download our Guide to World Cruising >>