for a premium two-level penthouse suite, for up to six residents. There’s also a monthly fee per person depending on the unit. When not in residence, owners have the option to make their unit available through the Storylines rental management program.
Reimagining the cruise ship experience, Storylines is building a thriving residential community at sea that provides each member with the opportunity to live a premium life of freedom and exploration as part- or full-time owners.
“We’re thrilled to finally be able to release the design of our new ship,” said Storylines Co-Founder Alister Punton. “The Storylines mission is to deliver a sustainable, responsible, and thoughtful lifestyle for our residents, and we are so proud to introduce what we see as the first of its kind experience in the market. This new vessel is designed to cater to the unique community we are offering and every aspect of the ship from the room layout to the culinary offerings and the spa to the itinerary has been thoughtfully planned out.”
With an average of three to five days in each port, adventure-seeking experiences are integrated into curated itineraries with immersive shore excursions. Additionally, Storylines will bring each destination to life on board with enriching educational and entertainment experiences, spa services that feature local elements, and a signature Chef’s Table Market Gallery, providing regional ingredients to create culinary offerings inspired by each port of call.
“Our aim is to disrupt and revolutionize travel and lifestyle options for citizens-of-the-world who appreciate adventure,” noted Co-Founder Shannon Lee. “Our goal is to attract like-minded residents who, at varying stages of their lives — whether early retirement, digital nomads or families that are looking for new ways to enhance their lifestyle — to integrate global travel and cultural immersion as part of their life’s journey,” says Shannon Lee, Founder, Storylines.
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