Worldwide, including Africa, Seychelles, Europe, Baltic, Mediterranean, North America, South America, South Pacific, Asia, Australia, Caribbean, Arctic, Antarctic


Passenger Capacity: Approximately 330 +
Built: 2002
Length: 644 ft.
Officers & Crew: 250, International

  • Itinerary: The World circles the globe, with a different itinerary each year chosen according to the wishes of the residents who own their cabins. The ship circles the glove once every two to three years. The continuous world journeys often have two days in port or more.

  • Cabins:165. Cabins range from studios to one, two, or three bedroom units and one penthouse suite with six bedrooms. Each unit is owned privately in a condo-like arrangement, with a maintenance fee in addition to the cost of the unit. Units can be decorated by owners. Rentals are available for voyage segments. All cabins are outside and most have balconies.

  • Dining: There are four restaurants or you can cook in your own unit. Special diets are accommodated.
  • Dress: Casual. Bring a loud shirt for BBQ night.
  • Facilities and Activities: The World is owned by 130 families from 19 countries. Residents spend an average of four months on board every year. There are 12 decks. There are two pools, a fitness room, spa, hairdresser, Movie Theater, library and a business center with internet service. There is a medical facility with a doctor and a nurse. There are guest speakers, a golf simulator, putting green, tennis court, paddle tennis court, and a retractable marina for water sports. There is a youth program from June to August. There are classes in dance, navigation, language, cooking, arts and crafts, music, computers and photography.
  • Fares: The units can be rented for cruise segments and are determined by the owner. Please inquire with Denver Travel.

Contact: pamela@smallcruiseships.net or (303) 504-0400 - USA & Canada (888) 321-0103. International Calls Welcome.