The company Life at Sea Cruises seems to be taking its name quite literally with its latest advertising campaign. They are promoting a three-year-long cruise that will visit 135 different countries, for the price of approximately AUD 45,000 per year. The balcony suites, though, may cost around AUD $165,000 annually making them affordable to only the rich.
The ship has 400 rooms, sun deck, swimming pool, wellness center, salon and gym. The voyage can also be enjoyed by those who still need to work by working remotely via StarLink Wi-Fi on the ship.
“We have constructed a first of its kind Business Center at sea with two conference rooms, 14 offices, a business library, relaxing lounge and a café,” the company website reads.
In addition to its main features, the Business Centre offers various supplementary amenities such as screens, conference equipment, Wi-Fi, printers, and a helpful and attentive staff ready to provide assistance.
What more – passengers on the cruise may be able to keep more of their hard-earned money, thanks to tax loopholes that are available to residents of specific foreign countries.
The managing director of Life at Sea Cruises, Mikael Petterson, said, “professionals require connection, the necessary amenities, and the functionality to conduct their work.”
“No other cruise offers this sort of flexibility to their customers.”
The cruise provides all the essential amenities free of cost, including world-class local cuisine, entertainment, and laundry services such as wash-fold, among others.
According to the company’s website, Life at Sea Cruises is the first World Cruise designed for passengers who “want to Cruise, Live, Work, and Discover from their Residence at Sea,”
“We have thought of everything you need daily to live your life to the fullest, including a pod system embarkation procedure, free medical visits, free Wi-Fi, and the possibility to invite friends and family members at no cost. Everything you require comes in one convenient bundle”, it further reads.
The MV Gemini’s three-year itinerary will cover around one hundred tropical destinations, with the journey starting from Istanbul in November 2023. The ship has a total of 400 cabins and can accommodate up to 1,074 guests as it travels 211,000 kilometers across all seven continents.