What is this Grand Tour you may ask? Well, only the most difficult maneuver in the history of space exploration of Kerbals and their exploratory shenanigans.
It works like this:
You take a spaceship and a kerbal (or two if you dare) and then land him (and it's him until we get Valentina Kerbin introduced in the next patch) on every landable object, including moons/satellites but excluding asteroids. All in all, according to my calculations in the video below, it takes about 22-24000 delta V in m/s. It's actually a lot less than I thought it would be, but this is of course assuming I execute a perfect maneuver every time. Will I? Probably not. Most likely not. Actually no, for sure.
So I'll need to bring about 30 000 with me just in case. That's of course not including the extra landing modules I'll be using for every moon and planet and there will be at least 4 of those. The biggest one and the one that will take the most space is the Eve lander - the beast will have to have separate 13 000 m/s capable engine and luckily I have just the right design for that, tested and retested many times.
This whole missions will take me a few weeks to finish and with luck, I'll be able to return back to Kerbin in about 20-30 years (Kerbal time).
It will be quite an adventurer and I'm looking forward to my first failure/problem or stupidity Kerbal style.
Check out the first part of the planning below