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This new luxury world cruise will take you to 62 ports over 146 days and rooms go for £52,000 per person

Evening Standard logo Evening Standard 09/12/2018 Áine Cain - Business Insider

1-0.jpg © Provided by Independent Digital News & Media Limited 1-0.jpg Would you embark on a 146-day cruise around the world?

That's exactly what Seabourn, a luxury cruise line, has in mind for its upcoming "Extraordinary Destinations" cruise.

The line's flagship, the Seabourn Sojourn, is set to visit five continents and 62 ports in 146 days in 2020.

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According to Seabourn, this marks the line's first world cruise in six years. The Sojourn is scheduled to cast off from Miami in January 2020 and reach its final destination, San Francisco, in May.

Here's a look inside the luxury cruise ship where passengers will reside during their voyage:

a large ship in the water: 100138tys43-sojourn-g7-300-480px.jpg © Provided by Independent Digital News & Media Limited 100138tys43-sojourn-g7-300-480px.jpg The 650-foot Sojourn is registered in the Bahamas and can hold 458 passengers. Its fastest speed is 19 knots.

In total, the ship will make stops in 26 countries. Some of the "Extraordinary Destinations" on the Sojourn's itinerary include Sydney, Australia ... Luderitz, Namibia ...Victoria, Seychelles ... and Cape Verde.

a large ship in a body of water: aerialsojourn279-2048px-1-0.jpg © Provided by Independent Digital News & Media Limited aerialsojourn279-2048px-1-0.jpg Eager to book your spot? A 39-day stay on the "Extraordinary Destinations" cruise in an ocean-view suite goes for £12,999 and the full 146 days will cost you £52,499. The trip is also available in 78-day and 116-day installments.

a bedroom with a large bed in a hotel room: 3.jpg © Provided by Independent Digital News & Media Limited 3.jpg Passengers embarking on the world cruise will be able to gather in the ship's living room.

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According to Seabourn's website, in contrast to "the traditional cruise ship lobby," this space is filled with sofas and cocktail tables, as well as an island of concierge desks.

a dining room table in front of a store: 4.jpg © Provided by Independent Digital News & Media Limited 4.jpg For guests looking to relax between the international stops, the ship boasts an 11,400-square-foot spa spread across two decks.

Seabourn's spa features a sauna, a salon, a gym, and a steam room.

a vase of flowers on a table: sea-sojournspa-heatedstoneloungers-kneippwadingpool-0053-2048px.jpg © Provided by Independent Digital News & Media Limited sea-sojournspa-heatedstoneloungers-kneippwadingpool-0053-2048px.jpg Passengers can also choose to dine at any of the ship's four restaurants and six bars.

And when they're not exploring various locales, the Sojourn's passengers have the opportunity to plunge into one of the ship's two pools — one of which is designed like a beach — and six whirlpools.

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