Inside the luxury cruise ship Britons can live on permanently - visiting 147 countries

Villa Vie cruise ship

Cruise guests can buy a cabin

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 10/11/2023

- 10:40

Updated: 10/11/2023

- 16:23

Britons will be able to live on the cruise ship as they travel the world

Passengers hoping to travel on the Villa Vie Residences can buy a cabin.

The ship travels the world, visiting 425 ports in 147 countries.

The ship will set sail for the first time in May 2024.

The trip around the world takes around three and a half years to complete.

Villa Vie cruise ship

There are a range of luxury cabins on offer


Villa Vie cruise ship

Residents can enjoy cooking classes on board


Rooms cost between $99,999 (around £81,842) and $249,999 (£204,600).

The cheapest rooms feature a virtual window and around 180 sq ft of living space.

More expensive cabins have more space, at around 200 sq ft, and a generously sized balcony.

Luxury is a priority, as the company states: "Each of these villas caters to different preferences and desires, ensuring that your coastal living experience is tailor-made to your liking.

"Whether you seek comfort, authenticity, or the ultimate in outdoor-indoor living, our villas provide the ideal setting to make your coastal dreams a reality."

There are also additional monthly fees starting at $2,499 (£2,180), but this covers food, drinks, housekeeping, medical support and laundry.

Guests who step on board can access luxury amenities including a spa, fitness centre, golf simulator, cooking classes, live entertainment as well as restaurants and pools.

Villa Vie cruise ship

The ship visits 147 countries


They can get all-inclusive living, high-speed internet and an option to invite guests on board for free.

Passengers can travel for long periods, or only join for a portion of the cruise.

This comes as pictures were shared inside the world's largest cruise ship with an English pub on board.

See inside the brand new cruise ship with a sleek beach club and the world's first 'slidecoaster'.

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