Deep Dive into the 9-Month Ultimate World Cruise

• A passenger died aboard a 9-month world cruise on Royal Caribbean
• Such a long cruise has attracted a lot of attention on TikTok
• The cruise visits over 150 ports of call in 65 countries on all seven continents

Here is what happened:

The cruise’s itinerary includes more than 150 ports of call in 65 countries on all seven continents. The Ultimate Americas leg, from December 10 to February 11, covered North America, South America, the Caribbean, and Antarctica. Leg two, Ultimate Asia Pacific, sails around Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, and India, including sites such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Great Wall, and the Taj Mahal, through May 9. The third quarter, Ultimate Middle East and Med, runs until July 10, while the last leg, Ultimate Europe and Beyond, concludes on September 10, the day passengers disembark.

The cruise is intended for various age groups, as it hosts a number of guests between the ages of 18 to 30, but reports indicate that the majority of passengers are retirees. There’s a significant number of Gen-Z and millennial cruisers, as Royal Caribbean is thrilled to be hosting a range of guests from young solo travelers, to couples and families.

Various TikTokers from the cruise have been documenting their experience and have created a lot of content. They have shown the decor in their state rooms, reviewed the food, and even showed off icebergs.

The cruise has faced unexpected challenges as well, such as visits to planned ports being scrapped due to bad weather and a flood on deck 12 caused by a storm. Despite this, the passengers have turned into one growing family.

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