Dubbed the ‘ultimate world cruise,’ the 274-night trip visits more than 60 countries, and allows you to see eleven wonders (because, clearly, seven wonders are for amateurs).
Brooklyn is currently travelling on Royal Caribbean’s Ultimate Cruise – but for those of us still standing firmly on the shores, she’s given us a peek into what life is like on board the ship.
In her numerous TikToks, Brooklyn shares a passenger POV as she takes viewers through a walking tour of the boat she’s calling home for the next 274 days.
The enormous vessel even has its own name: Serenade of the Seas.
On the boat, you’ll find a spa pool, library, cinema, numerous slot machines for that Vegas vibe, and an absolutely massive decking for anyone hoping to have their own Titanic moment.
There’s also a two-floor dining space, as well as a shopping arcade.
In addition to this, there’s a ‘tropical theatre’, which is where all the on-board entertainment and shows happen, alongside a helipad – the location for various fitness classes.
There’s even a pub for UK cruise residents looking for a little slice of home.
On the boat tour, Brooklyn also spotlights the room that will be hers for the next nine months.
Although, some of her followers have been quick to point out she’ll be spending the next 274 days in a bedroom without windows.
In terms of price, it’s setting residents back by $59,999 (£47,284) for a standard room.
The first leg of the journey, the Ultimate Americas Cruise, will travel to islands in the Caribbean to the majestic landscapes of Antarctica. Then, the tour shifts to the Ultimate Asia Pacific Cruise, where Australia, Asia, and the Pacific Islands take centre stage.
This is followed by the Ultimate Middle East and Med leg of the cruise, spotlighting Dubai, Egypt, Greece and Croatia, before looping around Europe and across the pond to New York.
The boat departed on December 10, 2023 and will return to Miami on September 10, 2024.