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You Can Travel The World On This Cruise Ship For $79 Per Day 

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Do you want to travel the World and the seven seas on a luxury cruise? If you are a digital nomad, love cruises, and want to see the world, there is an interesting offer you must see.

The American cruise agency Victoria Cruises is offering travelers the opportunity to explore the world on an adults-only residential cruise experience. 

Cruise ship in Norway

The cruise company has announced a new sale: customers who rent a stateroom long-term on the Victoria Majestic cruise ship can get a special price of $79 per day. 

Victoria Cruises offers over 200 destinations on its around-the-world itineraries, where guests stay from 1 to 7 days in each port, and the ship sails this fall.

The cruise company has also mentioned its plans to launch a reality TV show for the Victoria Majestic to feature the lives of those on board. 

people hanging out on top deck of cruise ship

Popular reality shows like Below Deck and TV Shows like The White Lotus feature amazing destinations that travelers are now eager to explore. 

Victoria Cruises Cabin Rental And Experience

Victoria Cruises considers its residential cruise experience a great investment opportunity. 

Olavs Zvinelis, CEO of Victoria Cruises Line, said: “Rather than having to invest in a condo on a ship or in a longer-term trip for years, Victoria Cruises Line offers our customers a more flexible lifestyle at sea.”

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backpacker celebrating with arms wide open on cruise ship

Costs vary depending on the length and stateroom. Those who rent for 37 months or longer will get the special price of $79 per day for an inside cabin. The minimum rental time is six months. 

Customers can choose from three types of stateroom: inside, oceanview, or suite. There are 675 private staterooms in total. 

According to the information shared in the press release, each room has a minibar and a LED TV and includes a bathrobe and slipper, bathroom cosmetics, a daily fruit basket on request, and daily fresh towels. 

Hands placing fresh towels on bed

The price includes three daily meals —buffet and the main restaurant, as well as unlimited coffee, mineral water, soft drinks, and certain alcoholic beverages—, high-speed Internet connection, access to main facilities —the sun deck, pool, library, sports areas—, and multiple activities. 

On board, guests can go to the gym or the theater, buy at the boutiques, or attend courses. For an extra fee, travelers can participate in poker tournaments, wine tastings, or have a special meal at fine dining restaurants.

World Cruise Destinations 

Its around-the-world trip takes 27 months to complete, and guests get to visit amazing destinations across 115 countries.

Woman in a Hat in Front of Cruise Ship

The itinerary on board the Victoria Majestic includes top destinations in the Caribbean, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Panama, Mexico, The United States, Japan, South Korea, China, Indonesia, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Madagascar, Mozambique, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, and more. 

Victoria Cruises also offers unforgettable “movie experiences” like seeing polar bears in Norway or giant elephant tortoises in Galapagos Islands, learning about Greek mythology in Meteora, or enjoying the tango atmosphere in Argentina. 

Young couple is dancing Argentine tango in the street.

Those interested in learning more about the around-the-world itinerary can visit the website, watch a video, take a virtual itinerary on Google Earth, and read more about the stops. 

Residential Cruises

Victoria Cruises’s residential model is not the only service in the market.

This strategy has been gaining popularity recently as digital nomads and remote workers prefer to travel more and for longer periods of time. 

Woman working with a laptop on cruise ship

Just a few weeks ago, Miray Cruises also announced a new sustainable mega-ship for digital nomads and remote workers, sailing from Istanbul in November.

Customers must also agree to long-term contracts to pay around $2,500 a month.

There are plenty of digital nomads considering these options, as it can be a cheaper alternative to rentals in cities like New York or Los Angeles. 

Cruise ship balconies with a tropical shoreline in the background

According to Zvinelis, 50% of the Victoria Majestic staterooms and suites have already been reserved. If this new service is successful, the company will expand its fleet.

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