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MONACO — Bookings are now open for Silversea’s new 59-day Grand Voyage Mediterranean 2021, which travels to 45 destinations in 17 countries.
Sailing between Sept. 8 to Nov. 5, 2021, the expansive voyage takes place aboard the recently refurbished Silver Shadow and includes: roundtrip economy-class air; US$1,000 onboard credit per guest; exclusive shoreside events; overnight accommodations pre-voyage; luggage service; laundry service; Visa package; Wi-Fi; and private transfers.
Following an overnight call in Venice, guests will journey through Croatia, including Split and Dubrovnik, before heading to Montenegro, the sun-soaked beaches of Albania, and Greece. IN Turkey, they’ll enjoy an overnight call in Istanbul, and then make their way to Batumi, Georgia as well as the Russian coastal jewel of Sochi.
Ukraine will delight with a stop in charming Odessa, while in Odessa, Ukraine, guests will enjoy an operatic performance along with canapes and champagne. Ancient civilizations will be the top billing in Athens, Santorini, Malta, Valetta, Tunisia, Naples and Rome, and for foodies, an overnight call in Barcelona will include delicious tapas.
Other highlights include an outdoor piano performance in Palma de Mallorca, the sights and sounds of cosmopolitan Lisbon, the French Colonial architecture of Casablanca, and a maiden call to La Estaca.
“Demonstrating our cruise line’s destination expertise by unlocking the unconventional for our discerning guests, our new Grand Voyage Mediterranean 2021 will showcase the cultures and storied history of the Mediterranean as they travel in Silversea’s trademark level of comfort,” said Barbara Muckermann, Silversea’s Chief Marketing Officer. “With bespoke events, many onboard enrichments and exclusive access along the way, there is simply no better way to form meaningful connections with the timeless, unique destinations of Europe.”