March 7


Digital Nomads Can Cruise The World For $30,000 A Year With Life At Sea Cruises

By Jarone Ashkenazi

March 7, 2023

Life At Sea Cruises, a world cruise product offered by Miray Cruises, has opened bookings for a three-year world cruise for travelers to experience the ‘ultimate bucket list’ journey

Spanning across all seven continents, 135 countries, and over 130,000 miles, cruisers can hop aboard with starting prices of only $30,000 per year for a 130-square-foot interior cabin. A 142-square-foot superior outside cabin will go foot $41,000 per year while the 210-square-foot room with a balcony will run $110,000 per year.

The beautifully revitalized MV Gemini ship which can carry up to 1,074 passengers hosts the journey which departs from Istanbul on Nov. 1. Travelers will embark on a journey of a lifetime and will be able to visit 13 of the 14 wonders of the world on their epic adventure. 

Tailored to guests wanting to cruise, live, work and explore from their home at sea, the MV Gemini ship will offer a first-of-its-kind business center at sea with two meeting rooms, 14 offices, a business library, a relaxing lounge and a café.

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Geared towards remote workers who can some tax advantages by working as international resident, these travelers will be able to explore every corner of the world. The company has also shared their full list of the all-inclusive package which are detailed below. 

  • Free Access to all Dining Venues
  • Pod Embarkation System & Storage
  • Free Family & Friends Visits
  • Medical Consultations
  • Onboard App with GPS
  • Business Center Access 
  • Alcohol with Dinner
  • Port Fees & Taxes
  • Service Charges
  • Gym & Fitness
  • Laundry 
  • Housekeeping 
  • Enrichment Seminars 
  • Soft Drinks, Juice, Tea & Coffee
  • Golf Simulator
  • Entertainment & Performances

You can also relish in the fact that you can invite friends and family onboard to stay in your cabin at no additional cost. They will only have to pay local port taxes and fees and can enjoy life onboard and on the two-to-three-day port immersive experiences. 

Jarone Ashkenazi

About the author

Following being published on Fast Company as well as Wired Innovations Insights, Jarone expanded his writing portfolio to cover luxury travel, goods, unique experiences along with restaurants and lifestyle articles for numerous websites. From luxury hotels, all-inclusive resorts and VIP experiences, Jarone has written about exclusive properties only offered to the discerning traveler and consumer. Jarone is a native to Los Angeles and spends his free time traveling, playing sports and is always up for an adventure.

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