All days not listed are spent at sea enjoying the excellent facilities aboard Magellan. Ports of call may be subject to change.
Magellan slips away from her home port on Thursday evening, as you familiarise yourself with the ship, and enjoy the first of dozens of wonderful dinners in the company of fellow adventurers.
Our first call is the Dutch capital, where a few more passengers come aboard.
From here it's 'south to the sun' as you sail towards Spain and out into the Atlantic. Days become discernibly warmer, and you'll enjoy all the pleasures of cruising - whether you choose to make use of Magellan's many amenities or simply relax and let lazy days drift by.
Magellan arrives, today, in the verdant, mid-Atlantic Azores archipelago, and you'll have a welcome opportunity to step ashore. Explore historic Ponta Delgada, a stopping-off point for transatlantic sailors down the centuries.
When next "Land Ho!" is heard, it will be to herald your arrival in Bridgetown, Barbados, the bustling, colourful, cricket-loving gateway to some of the Caribbean's most highly favoured watering holes.
Magellan's second sun-kissed Caribbean call will be laid-back Curacao's capital, Willemstad, a UNESCO World Heritage site full of colonial charm.
Beautiful Aruba, with its mix of pristine tropical beaches and European-influenced step-gabled houses, is the second call Magellan makes in the stunning Dutch Antilles.
Spend today journeying from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean along the Panama Canal - the waterway which connects the two bodies of water and separates the two 'halves' of the Americas.
A full-day call in Acapulco - one-time Mexican playground of Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and JFK - offers a vibrant taste of Central America in an idyllic setting that has withstood the tests of time and tourist development.
Later, Magellan sails westward and out into the Earth's largest expanse of water.
Idyllic Tahiti is perhaps the most famous of the South Pacific islands. Its bustling capital Pape'ete - with its historic Le Marche market, lush Vaipaha Gardens and perfect lagoon - is straight out of a Gauguin painting.
The 118 tiny islands of French Polynesia are dotted across an area the size of Europe but have a total landmass smaller than Kent. Magellan calls first at Nuku Hiva in the Marquesas Isles, tying up in Taiohae's harbour for the chance to discover this languid, tropical place.
Today, legendary Bora Bora, a quintessential island paradise, with mountains, lagoons and sublime beaches, completes Magellan's trio of French Polynesian calls.
Cross the International Date Line before arriving at your final destination - Auckland, New Zealand's 'City of Sails'. See the priceless carvings and artefacts housed in Auckland Museum, or perhaps enjoy a trip up the 328-metre Sky Tower to take in the outstanding city views.
*Offer applies to new bookings made between 1st September and 31st October 2016 (inclusive) only. All fares exclude gratuities. The exact discount available will vary depending on cruise, cabin and departure date selected. All cabin prices shown when booking include their discount amount. This offer may be withdrawn at any time.
**Offer applies to new bookings made between 1st September and 31st October 2016 (inclusive) only. All fares exclude gratuities. Cabin upgrades will result in you being allocated a cabin a category higher than the one you book, and will apply to categories 1 to 11 (excluding single cabins - categories 5 and 10). This offer may be withdrawn at any time.