Fast forward over the month you just spent exploring Japan, China, Vietnam, and Thailand, and poof, just like that, you'll be taking a holiday in Cambodia.
Your brief stint in Cambodia closes when you spend a day cruising the South China Sea to Singapore where you'll be able to kick back and drink nothing but their namesake slings for two days
Now BOOM, before you know it, another 1/2 month passes and so do ports of call in Indonesia, Mauritius, and South Africa, before you pull into Walvis Bay, Namibia at the end of March
From there, it's a hop-skip-and-a-jump from Angola to Bom Bom Island, from Ghana to Senegal, and finally, to Morocco
Another day in the Atlantic takes you to Lisbon, Portugal, where you'll whoop it up one last time before getting in the boat and hitting your last stop: London-town
Aaaaand never has a boat full of Americans been so happy to see British people
But that's not all (right?!). Should you not have $40K, a spare 89 days in early 2014, or the desire to be on a boat for nearly three months, Crystal's also broken down the journey into a la carte legs wherein you could cruise from, say, LA to Yokohama over a 22-day period for roughly $8K, or hit the 21-day final section from Cape Town to London for about $10.5K. So, you know... don't buy that BMW motorcycle, either