Silversea doubles up down under
THE 2021/22 deployment of two Silversea Cruises “classic fleet” vessels in Australia and NZ (CW breaking news) is set to build on the line’s growing regional presence, with the newly refurbished Silver Shadow to join flagship Silver Muse in the company’s most extensive Australasian program ever.
The cruise line last night opened up an exclusive pre-sale for its global portfolio of voyages over the period, which totals 86 new itineraries around the world.
The expanded program of regional sailings includes twoweek voyages in both directions across the Tasman aboard Muse and Shadow (pictured).
There are also two unique trips between Sydney and Cairns on Shadow, visiting ports up and down the east coast of Australia including Airlie Beach, Brisbane, Newcastle, Hobart, Port Arthur, Geelong and Melbourne.
Muse has capacity for 596 passengers, while the 388-guest Shadow has just emerged from a makeover of floor-to-ceiling upgrades of all suites and reimagined public spaces (CW 24 Dec 2019).
As well as the Australasian voyages, Silversea has revealed details of a further 74 cruises worldwide between Oct 2021 and Apr 2022 taking in the Caribbean, South America, Galapagos, the Middle East and Asia.
Members of Silversea’s Venetian Society loyalty program can book the itineraries now, ahead of a wider public release on 17 Jun more at silversea.com.