The 5 Most Expensive Cruises

By on March 5, 2012 in ArticlesEntertainment

In need of a vacation? Then why not consider a cruise? The following five getaways go far beyond the week-long Caribbean island cruises you've seen on television commercials. These lavish travel experiences offer guests five-star luxury—these are the most expensive cruises out there. Bon voyage!

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5. Oceania Cruises, Insignia

This cruises includes a number of events like dinners in Hong Kong and Singapore, Polynesian lunch in Bora Bora, and a tour of Hawaii's  Hilo Volcano Winery. The 1,000-square-foot Owner's Suite goes $149,999 per person.

4. Regent Seven Seas, Navigator

For $162,000 per person, guests can opt for the Master Suite, which includes door-to-door luggage service, on this 128-day voyage that visits ports at six continents. There are just 490 guests on this vessel.

3. Cunard, Queen Elizabeth

The ship's 1,375-square-foot Grand Suite is $194,000 and has a whirlpool bath, private balcony, gourmet dining and entertainment. The Queen Elizabeth can hold up to 2,068 passengers.

2. Crystal Cruises, Crystal Serenity

Guests stayed in the Crystal Penthouse receive welcome bottle of Cristal upon arrival for the 101-night trip, which stops at Alaska, Asia, and Australia.

For $199,370 per person, cruisers get to bask in an 1,345-square-foot suite with butler service.

1. Silversea, Silver Whisper

This 115-day, 382-passenger world cruise departs from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and concludes in Venice, Italy. The ship visits at least 51 ports in 31 countries.

The Silver Whisper's two-bedroom Owner's Suite costs $201,250 per person, includes Relais & Chateaux restaurants, butler service, pre-paid gratuities, Wi-Fi, first-class air travel, as well as unlimited shore excursions, liquor and beverages.

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