106th Global Voyage
Traverse the southern hemisphere to explore the world’s most stunning natural landscapes
The 106th cruise includes a visit to Madagascar, home to some of the world's most fascinating evolutionary curiosities; and to Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. We then sail to the mysterious Easter Island, and enjoy the beautiful nature in Oceania. Countless breathtaking natural wonders and World Heritage sites await us on this journey.
- Cape Town, South Africa ~The World's Southernmost City~
Cape Town is the African continent's southernmost city. Table Mountain will welcome us as we arrive in the historic port of Cape of Good Hope, where sailors once traveled during the Age of Discovery.
- Walvis Bay, Namibia ~The Oldest Desert in the World~
A massive desert that spreads to the end of the horizon, the Namib Desert is definitely a must-see when visiting Namibia. The beautiful, ever-changing sand dunes await our visit, so get ready to see some of Earth's nest natural views.
- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ~The city of Carnival~
Rio de Janeiro is an incredibly beautiful city and considered one of the world's top three most beautiful ports. With its culturally sophisticated landscape built between mountains and beaches, Rio de Janeiro was also awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.
- Cruising the Patagonian Fjords
Fjords are formed by a combination of mountain erosion and glacial melting that occurs over the course of tens of thousands of years. One of nature's most impressive feats carved out by time and patience, the fjords offer majestic and mystical views like no other that are sure to have you feeling as if you've wandered into another world.
- Rapa Nui, Chile ~The mysterious Easter Island~
In the local language, Easter Island is known as Rapa Nui. The main attraction of this island is certainly the 1,000 mysterious statues known as Moai. The row of the huge statues is a sight to see. This is also a great chance to interact with locals who live on this geographically isolated island.
21 Amazing Destinations
|Yokohama, Japan||December 13|
|Kobe, Japan||December 14|
|Keelung, Taiwan||December 17|
|Port Louis, Mauritius||January 2|
|Reunion Island, France||January 3|
|Ehoala, Madagascar||January 5 - 6|
|Port Elizabeth, South Africa||January 10 - 11|
|Cape Town, South Africa||January 13|
|Walvis Bay, Namibia||January 16|
|Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||January 26|
|Buenos Aires, Argentina||January 30|
|Montevideo, Uruguay||January 31|
|Ushuaia, Argentina||February 5 - 6|
|Sailing through the Patagonia Fjords|
|Valparaiso, Chile||February 12|
|Rapa Nui/ Easter Island, Chile||February 18|
|Papeete, Tahiti||February 27|
|Bora Bora Island, Tahiti||February 28|
|Auckland, New Zealand||March 8|
|Sydney, Australia||March 12 - 13|
|Brisbane, Australia||March 15|
|Sailing through the Great Barrier Reef|
|Cairns, Australia||March 18|
|Guadalcanal, Solomon Island||March 21|
|Cruising past the coast of Iwo Jima|
|Yokohama, Japan||March 30|
|Kobe, Japan||March 31|
Option available to depart from and return to Kobe, Japan
The Ocean Dream is a classic cruise vessel built in Denmark in 1981. The ship&s 11 decks feature restaurants, pools and spas, athletic facilities, classrooms and a dedicated medical centre.