Do flights on a private jet, chauffeur driven transfers and 63 nights on a luxury round-the-world cruise take your fancy?
Then you'll need to start saving your pennies - because this holiday of a lifetime costs a cool £1m.
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Cruise retailer Cruise 118 has just revealed the details of its very luxurious and staggeringly pricey million cruise.
Departing from London, the cruise, run by Celebrity Cruises, it is scheduled for November 2017 and will include overnight stays in Auckland, Sydney, Bali, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Hong Kong.
Guests will be treated to seven private jet flights and stay in a Royal or Penthouse suite during the three-cruise holiday, among other luxuries, including a 24/7 personal butler service, unlimited dining in all speciality restaurants, a separate living area with grand piano and a private veranda with whirlpool and lounge seating, chauffeur-driven transfers throughout and a host of exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime immersive tours.
Itineraries include an elephant safari in Bali, swimming with dolphins in Dubai and a helicopter ride over Sydney.
Cruise 118 Managing Director, James Cole describes the opulent travel opportunity as 'offering unprecedented levels of luxury'.
In a recent Wealth Report published by Knight Frank it was reported that the 'super rich' are continuing to shell out huge amounts of money on luxury goods with sales of super-yachts rocketing by 40% recently.