The cruise ship The World arrived this Sunday in Huatulco, Oaxaca
For the international community of Residents who call The World home, anticipatory service and bespoke experiences are the foundation of life onboard. Whether sailing through Norwegian fjords or anchored off the shores of the most remote islands in the Pacific, you will find the comforts of home are paired with the highest standards of luxury travel.
Surrounded by ever-changing vistas, The World is the launching point for your adventures and the luxurious home that welcomes you back at day’s end. On board, you’ll find the very highest standard of anticipatory service and bespoke comfort in every detail. Host a party with haute cuisine prepared by a Michelin-star chef, or dine in any of The World’s six magnificent on-board restaurants. Participate in enriching discussions with renowned experts in science, culture, and insider knowledge of upcoming destinations. Take time for health and wellness with yoga, spa treatments, the only regulation-sized tennis court at sea, or water-sports from the Ship’s own marina. The choices are yours.
The secretary of tourism in Oaxaca, Juan Carlos Rivera Castellanos, said that it is the first boat of the 2021-2022 cruise season.
In Huatulco they received this boat taking care of the health and safety measures that the new times demand, he shared in his networks.
The World is a luxurious ship with 165 private cabins that are used, the majority, by its owners coming from 40 different nationalities and with an average age of 55 years of age.
It is a ship built in Norway, at the Fosen Mekaniske Verksted shipyard, with an estimated value of 380 million dollars that was completed in 2002.
The ship’s residents, for the most part, own the cabins with luxurious facilities.
Their stay is between two and five days, depending on the itinerary of the occupants.
The company that promotes, operates, and manages this ship is located in Miami and this year defined among its ports to visit, that of Huatulco.
Residential Cabin start at 3 million USD
It measures 196 meters in length and is the first boat to use marine diesel.
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