Experience the vastness of nature and diversity of culture in the southern hemisphere.

The 93rd Global Voyage

December 9, 2016 - March 22, 2017
(Yokohama, Japan - Yokohama, Japan / 104 days)

A land of ice and snow…. visit the Antarctic and witness the power and wild beauty of nature.
Visit the mysterious islands of Madagascar and Rapa Nui (Easter Island) to encounter their unique landscapes and heritage.Embrace the rich diversity of Africa.Feel the energy of South America, from the Andes to the streets of Buenos Aires. Relax on the pristine beaches of the Indian and South Pacific Oceans.There is something for everyone to discover on a cruise around the Southern Hemisphere.

Cruise Highlights

Iguazu Falls
Visit remote world heritage sites such as Iguazu Falls, Machu Picchu and Easter Island.
Cruising along the Antarctic Penninsula
Visit the world’s last frontier, Antarctica. Witness the great nature of our planet's wildest continent, including beautifully sculpted icebergs and rich wildlife.
Celebrate New Years at sea!
Enjoy a unique and memorable New Years on board, with traditional Japanese customs and cuisine. Bring in the new year 2017 with your fellow passengers at a countdown new years party. Experience Japanese new year traditions such as rice cake making, and special food eaten only at New Years called “Osechi.”

20 Amazing Destinations

Yokohama, JapanDecember 9, 2016
Kobe, JapanDecember 10
Shanghai, ChinaDecember 13
SingaporeDecember 20
Port Louis, MauritiusDecember 30
Port Reunion, ReunionDecember 31, 2016
Ehoala, MadagascarJanuary 2-3, 2017
Maputo, MozambiqueJanuary 6-7
Cape Town, South AfricaJanuary 11
Rio de Janeiro, BrazilJanuary 21
Montevideo, UruguayJanuary 25
Buenos Aires, ArgentinaJanuary 26
Ushuaia, ArgentinaJanuary 31
Sailing in Antarctica 
Punta Arenas, ChileFebruary 7
Valparaiso, ChileFebruary 12
Callao, PeruFebruary 16-19
Rapa Nui (Easter Island), ChileFebruary 25
Papeete, TahitiMarch 5
Bora Bora Island, TahitiMarch 6
Samoa, ApiaMarch 11
Yokohama, JapanMarch 22
Kobe, JapanMarch 23

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.