Silversea releases largest-ever destination offering with 2023/2024 voyages
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Silversea releases largest-ever destination offering with 2023/2024 voyages

MONACO — Silversea Cruises has unveiled its 2023/2024 program lineup, its largest-ever destination offering in a single itinerary launch.

Featuring over 280 new itineraries and running from March 2023 and May 2024, the lineup brings the total number of destinations visited by the ultra-luxury cruise line to over 900, more than any other line. It also marks Silversea’s first summer sailings in Canada and New England.

In total, the 2023/2024 collection features a record 690 destinations in 125 countries across all seven continents, as well as over 60 maiden calls.

“Responding to strong guest demand for a broad range of far-flung destinations, our new 2023/2024 itineraries will offer guests even more opportunities to discover the world’s most enriching experiences in all seven continents,” says Roberto Martinoli, Silversea’s President and CEO. “With three new ships in our fleet—Silver Origin, Silver Moon, and Silver Dawn—and our most inclusive offering to date, our guests will travel in superlative comfort, enjoying our trademark level of service and the hallmarks of luxury that set a Silversea voyage apart.”

An exclusive pre-sale opens today, July 27, to Venetian Society members. Plus, until Nov. 30, 2021, guests can reserve their suites aboard voyages in the new collection with a reduced deposit of 15%.

The collection opens for sale to the general public on Aug. 11, 2021.

Here are some highlights:

  • 18 voyages to Africa and the Indian Ocean, including all-new Arabian Peninsula voyages

Brand new oceangoing and expedition itineraries in Africa and the Indian Ocean focus on the East Coast of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Four ships – Silver Cloud, Silver Whisper, Silver Spirit and Silver Moon – will offer 18 voyages across the region.

  • 38 voyages to 134 destinations in Northern Europe, including Silversea’s first expeditions in the Baltic Sea

Calling in 134 destinations, 38 new itineraries in Northern Europe will complement Silversea’s existing offering in the region, which includes voyages in the Baltic Sea, Iceland, the Norwegian Fjords, and the British Isles. As well as Silversea’s first-ever expeditions in the Baltic Sea, the new itinerary collection will feature remote destinations across the Finnish coast; new Norwegian Fjords departures in autumn; and a diverse array of expeditions in the British Isles, including two Silver Cloud journeys visiting such remote places as Foula Island in Scotland’s Shetland archipelago. New Atlantic Coast itineraries during the harvest season will include calls in Leixões (Porto), Bilbao, and Bordeaux, among other destinations.

  • 36 voyages, including a Grand Voyage, aboard four ships for an extended season in the Mediterranean

An extended season in the Mediterranean, spanning from April to December 2023, will offer 36 voyages to showcase such marquee regions as Iberia, the Western Mediterranean, Italy and the Adriatic, along with an enriched Eastern Mediterranean programme, including departures later in the season and more variety in the Holy Land and Egypt. For example, a 2023 Silver Moon voyage of 12 days will feature extended stays in Jerusalem and Istanbul, as well as a full day in Alexandria, while in the Western Mediterranean, exclusive experiences of the 2023 Monaco Grand Prix highlight a nine-day Silver Moon sailing with an overnight in Monte Carlo.

  • Increased variety in Alaska, with 31 voyages aboard two ships, including maiden calls

A total of 31 voyages aboard Silver Muse and Silver Whisper will offer increased variety in Alaska, while one Russian Far East expedition aboard Silver Wind will showcase the region’s most remote destinations. Combinable for extended exploration, two new 7-day itineraries in Alaska aboard Silver Whisper will take guests to the region’s most iconic ports, including Ketchikan and Juneau. These two voyages will include maiden calls to Icy Bay and the scenic town of Valdez.

  • Silversea’s first summer itineraries in Canada and New England, including calls in Quebec, Montreal, and Boston

Silversea’s first-ever summer sailings in Canada and New England will take place during an extended season in the region, which stretches from August to October 2023. With eight ocean voyages aboard Silver Shadow and one Silver Cloud expedition, Silversea guests will have the opportunity to admire the region’s summertime scenery for the first time. Fall itineraries have been extended to include an overnight call in Boston.

  • 12 expeditions to the Arctic and Greenland, with a 24-day crossing of the Northwest Passage

Guests will explore the Arctic and Greenland on 12 expedition voyages in the summer of 2023, hosted aboard Silver Cloud and Silver Wind, with one ship devoted to Greenland throughout the entire summer season. Among the highlights are two new Silver Cloud voyages encompassing Disko Bay and South Greenland, featuring inaugural visits to the majestic Lindenow and Tasermiut fjords. On two nine-day expeditions, Silver Windwill explores Norway’s remote Svalbard Archipelago. New expeditions to Baffin Island offer the chance to experience authentic Inuit culture and spot an abundance of wildlife.

  • 17 departures for Antarctica, with the opportunity to cruise Cape Horn from Puerto Williams

Both Silver Cloud and Silver Wind will visit Antarctica on 17 expedition cruises now departing from Puerto Williams, Chile. Sailing from November 2023 to March 2024, the Antarctic Peninsula voyages offer the chance to cruise Cape Horn, the iconic gateway between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. More itineraries will call in South Georgia and the Falkland Islands. Silver Cloud will offer convenient Antarctica Bridge options, enabling guests to skip the Drake Passage and fly in Business Class straight to Antarctica to start their cruise.

  • 25 departures for Australia and New Zealand, with maiden calls, new itineraries and a farewell season in the Kimberley for Silver Explorer

Silversea will launch its largest ever season in Australia and New Zealand with 15 voyages aboard Silver Muse and Silver Whisper, offering more in-depth explorations of the New South Wales coast with calls in Eden and Jarvis Bay, as well as overnights in Tasmania. Silver Explorer, meanwhile, will embark upon 10 expeditions in the region during its farewell season, with seven immersive voyages along Australia’s Kimberley Coast – two of which will follow brand new itineraries. Silver Explorer will offer two 17-day itineraries between Darwin and Perth, as well as a hugely popular 18-day itinerary from Cairns to Broome. Silver Muse will unlock the region’s best golfing opportunities, with extended, full-day calls during 14-day voyages.

Other noteworthy deployments include a set of 16 voyages devoted to Asia, offering the chance to visit Japan during the cherry blossom season with in-depth explorations of 10- and 14-days; four voyages to South America aboard Silver Explorerand Silver Wind; 15 voyages to the Caribbean and Central America aboard Silver Shadow and Silver Dawn; and 50 expeditions aboard Silver Origin, which will take guests closer to the natural wonders of the Galápagos Islands.

  • Grand Voyages & Combination Cruises

More than 60 handpicked Combination Cruises, which combine two or more cruises, will be offered along with two Grand Voyages in response to demand for longer cruises. The company’s Grand Mediterranean 2023 voyage is a 65-day, Lisbon-to-Athens journey, departing Oct. 6, 2023, aboard Silver Moon. The extraordinary voyage will explore 52 destinations across the region, with an in-depth focus on the Holy Land and Egypt. And in 2024, Silversea’s first-ever Grand Africa & Arabia voyage will set sail aboard Silver Spirit. Departing Cape Town on Jan. 27, 2024, the ship will spend 62 days throughout the East Coast of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Guests will enjoy visits to 28 destinations, including extended stays in Walvis Bay, Durban, Richards Bay, Antsiranana, Muscat, Abu Dhabi, Dhiba, and Safaga.


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