Maybe my obsession with Alladin never actually went away. Something about seeing the world makes me all kinds of giddy. The whole no seatbelt and on a magic carpet kind of makes me uneasy, however the thought of a massive cruise ship doesn't seem so bad.

Royal Caribbean has created one of the most epic cruises I have ever heard of. It's a journey that will take you all around the world. You will have over 150 stops in 65 countries. Oh, and the best part is you can see all the wonders of the world! When will you have this opportunity? No wonder Royal Caribbean is calling it the "Ultimate World Cruise". 

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How much does an epic trip cost you?

Can you swing a little over $60,000? Keep in mind these prices are per person. Do you want to have a basic interior stateroom? You'll have to fork out a little over  $112,000 per person just for a junior suite.

You'll set sail for a little over 9 months. 274-nights to be specific.

If you think that the trip is far too long just remember you'll be visiting all seven continents. Just think of all the spic stops, Machu Picchu, the Great Wall of China, the Taj Mahal, and the Colosseum. Your Instagram and Facebook page will be epic.

The first world cruise for Royal Caribbean International will set sail from Miami.

The first date is set for December 2023. So if you plan to go, you'll miss Christmas with the family, but don't worry you'll be back for Christmas of 2024.

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