The 116th Global Voyage

14 December, 2023 - 29 March, 2024
(Yokohama, Japan - Yokohama, Japan / 107 days)

Carnival Splendor & Natural Wonders in the Southern Hemisphere

This cruise will first make its way easterly across the Pacific, reaching the isolated Easter Island and the lost city of Machu Picchu, where you can take a closer look at the footprints left by ancient civilizations. Later, you will set foot on the African continent to see the oldest desert in the world – the Namib Desert, and the unique wildlife of Madagascar.
The highlight of the trip will be visiting Brazil during the heart of the “Rio Carnival.” Enjoy the city in its most joyful mood and immerse yourself in the festive music!

Cruise Highlights

The Secluded Island in the Southeastern Pacific – Easter Island
The 900 Moai statues and surrounding azure sea of Easter Island have long attracted visitors. The historic monuments and ruins scattered across the island will give you a glimpse of a fraction of its mysterious past.
The Lost City in the Air - Machu Picchu
Having experienced prosperity and decline over different eras, Peru is home to many world heritage sites and a culturally diverse background. At the world-famous Machu Picchu, the impeccable Incan masonry and a stunning view of the surrounding nature are on full display.
Close-up to Wild Animals - Port Elizabeth
If you want to see giraffes strolling through the plains, as well as wild lions and giant elephants roaming around up close, then you need look no further than a safari tour here. Hop onto a jeep and go experience the rich nature of Africa!

19 Amazing Destinations

Kobe, JapanDecember 13, 2023
Yokohama, JapanDecember 14
Hilo, Hawaii(USA)December 23
Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii(USA)December 24-26
Papeete, TahitiJanuary 02
Easter Island, ChileJanuary 10
Callao, PeruJanuary 18-21
Valparaiso, ChileJanuary 25
Sailing through Patagonia Fjord
Punta Arenas, ChileJanuary 30-31
Ushuaia, ArgentinaFebruary 02
Buenos Aires, ArgentinaFebruary 07
Montevideo, UruguayFebruary 08
Rio De Janeiro, BrazilFebruary 11- 13
Salvador, BrazilFebruary 15
Walvis Bay, NamibiaFebruary 24
Cape Town, South AfricaFebruary 27
Port Elizabeth, South AfricaFebruary 29 - March 01
Ehoala, MadagascarMarch 05-06
Réunion, FranceMarch 08
Port Louis, MauritiusMarch 09
SingaporeMarch 19
Shenzhen, ChinaMarch 23-24
Kobe, JapanMarch 28
Yokohama, JapanMarch 29

About Our Ship

With 9 passenger decks and offering a spacious, relaxing environment for your around-the-world journey, Pacific World is the largest ship ever sailed in the 37-year history of Peace Boat.



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