Forbes Lists Most Expensive Cruises

With the cruise industry generating $32.5 billion in 2005, Forbes Magazine has listed the most expensive cruises, responsible for a portion of industry gains. At $120,400 per day, the 280-ft., private-yacht charter, Annaliese, takes top honors. Onboard amenities include a movie theater and 24-hour buffet. The heli-yacht Absinthe came in second at $36,000 a day and Regent Seven Seas' Asia cruise on its Seven Seas Voyager rounded out the top three, setting a guest back $6,496 per day.

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