The World, the largest privately-owned residential yacht on earth (aboardtheworld.com), returns to Europe this year from April to November 2018 to explore the enchanting Mediterranean, undertaking a deep exploration of Western and Northern Europe and the cultural capitals and iconic cities of Casablanca,
The World, Residences at Sea announces visit to South America in February & March 2018
Beginning 2018 in sundrenched Miami, Florida and the Caribbean, The World private residential Ship (aboardtheworld.com) will spend February and March exploring the east coast of South America,
The World, the largest, privately owned residental Ship on the planet (aboardtheworld.com) has returned to the United States where she will journey to more than 30 ports of call on the mainland, Alaska and Hawaii and end the year with a spectacular New Year’s Eve celebration in the Magic City – Miami,
The World, Residences at Sea will launch The World Nobel Laureate Lecture Series in September 2017 when 2014 Nobel Prize winner in Physics, Dr. Shuji Nakamura, speaks on board about inventing the blue LED (light-emitting diode).
The World, Residences at Sea is awarded three stars and wins “Best Ship 2017” in The World of Fine Wine’s ‘World’s Best Wine Lists 2017’
The World, Residences at Sea has been awarded two prestigious accolades by The World of Fine Wine magazine.
The World private residental Ship (aboardtheworld.com) will visit Hong Kong for a 4-day visit at the end of April 2017. Residents and Guests will explore the melange of Hong Kong culture, discovering the city’s many charms from the striking architecture to myriad epicurean delights including fine dining restaurants and street food haunts.
Exploration of Naha, Nagasaki, Kanazawa, Sado Island, Hakodate, Tokyo, Kyoto and Takamatsu
The World private residental Ship (aboardtheworld.com) will visit Japan for a 25-day exploration of the island nation in March and April 2017.
Mega yacht reaches Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf and sets new record during 22-day Ross Sea Expedition
28th January 2017 — The World private residential Ship (aboardtheworld.com) has broken the record for the most southerly navigation reaching 78°43•997´S and 163°41•421´W at the Bay of Whales in Antarctica’s Ross Sea.