The 106th Global Voyage

December 13 2020 – March 29 2021
(Yokohama, Japan - Yokohama, Japan / 107 days)

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.

Cruise Highlights

The Namib Desert ~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 finest natural views.
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.
Port Elizabeth, South Africa ~The Friendly City~
Port Elizabeth, one of the largest cities of the Republic of South Africa, is a port city known for its scenic beauty, many beaches, and historic buildings. Going on a safari to see exotic animals at this port is sure to be a once in a lifetime experience you will not forget.

21 Amazing Destinations

Yokohama, Japan December 13
Kobe, JapanDecember 14
Keelung, Taiwan December 17
SingaporeDecember 23
Port Louis, MauritiusJanuary 2
Reunion Island, France January 3
Ehoala, MadagascarJanuary 5 - 6
Port Elizabeth, South AfricaJanuary 10 - 11
Cape Town, South Africa January 13
Walvis Bay, Namibia January 16
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil January 26
Montevideo, UruguayJanuary 30
Buenos Aires, ArgentinaJanuary 31
Ushuaia, ArgentinaFebruary 5 - 6
Sailing through the Patagonia Fjords
Valparaiso, Chile February 12
Rapa Nui/ Easter Island, ChileFebruary 18
Papeete, TahitiFebruary 27
Bora Bora Island, TahitiFebruary 28
Auckland, New ZealandMarch 8
Sydney, AustraliaMarch 12
Brisbane, AustraliaMarch 14
Sailing through the Great Barrier Reef
Cairns, AustraliaMarch 17
Guadalcanal, Solomon IslandMarch 20
Cruising past the coast of Iwo Jima
Yokohama, Japan March 29
Kobe, Japan March 30

About Our Ship

Since its first voyage in 1983, Peace Boat has chartered a number of passenger ships to organize our voyages, adapting the onboard spaces to provide a unique and dynamic environment for its participants.

Our current ship, the Ocean Dream, was built in 1981 in Denmark, and has excellent facilities providing a unique and dynamic environment for the Peace Boat experience. Although it may look like a regular cruise from the outside, a Peace Boat voyage is very different from the traditional model.



Whether traveling with family or friends, there is a wide range of cabins to match every lifestyle and budget.

Cabin Information