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Silversea Reveals ‘Grand Voyages’ For 2015

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Following the unveiling of its World Cruise 2015 last month, ultra-luxury Silversea Cruises today opened the books on its two Grand Voyages for 2015, offering a further tantalising peek at the line’s soon-to-be-announced schedule for the full year.

Silver Shadow will depart 7 January on a 62-day “Circle South America” roundtrip voyage from Fort Lauderdale with calls in Key West, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Falkland Islands, Uruguay, Brazil, French Guiana, Barbados, Grenada, Curaçao, Aruba, Bonaire, Dominican Republic, Turks and Caicos, and the Bahamas. Highlighting the itinerary’s 36 intriguing destinations is a crossing of the Panama Canal, two days cruising Chile’s majestic fjords, a two-night stopover in Rio de Janeiro during Carnival, overnight stays in Callao and Punta Arenas, plus many late-night port departures. Fares start at AU$25,560 per person, double occupancy.

On 22 January, Silver Spirit will set sail on a 64-day “Southern Cross” roundtrip voyage from Los Angeles to explore a collection of 32 exotic destinations including the Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia, Cook Islands, New Zealand, Australia, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji Islands, Samoa, Kiribati, and Hawaii. Highlights include sailing New Zealand’s scenic Dusky and Milford sounds, overnight stays in Papeete, Melbourne and Sydney, plus several late-night port departures. Fares start at AU$28,485 per person, double occupancy.

A Host of Added-Value Amenities

And for the first time, Silversea is extending special perks to guests sailing full Grand Voyage itineraries. These include a gala Bon Voyage dinner and pre-cruise overnight stay at a luxury hotel, a US$2,000 onboard spending credit (per suite), and commemorative gifts. Plus, for guests on the full “Circle South America” voyage, there will be a complimentary Silversea Experience in Devil’s Island and an exclusive event at Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. Similarly, full-cruise guests will be treated to a complimentary Silversea Experience in Fanning Island (Kiribati) and an exclusive event at the Sydney Opera House on the “Southern Cross” voyage.

“On Grand Voyages, our guests spend exciting days ashore exploring magnificent destinations at a leisurely pace, always returning to the easy-going luxury and special camaraderie of a small ship,” said Karen Christensen, General Manager and Director Sales and Marketing Australasia for Silversea.”They are perfectly suited to those avid travellers who have the time and desire to indulge their wanderlust on a grand scale.”

Whether sailing completely around South America or cruising the warm waters of the South Pacific, Silversea guests on these unique journeys will experience fascinating places and cultural encounters from the comfort and luxury of elite, all-suite vessels specifically designed for fewer guests – just 382 on Silver Shadow and 540 on Silver Spirit. Each ship features spacious ocean-view accommodation, sumptuous gourmet cuisine, the personalised service of a butler, and a generous selection of all-inclusive shipboard amenities, including complimentary beverages, wines and spirits served throughout the ship, stocked in-suite beverage cabinet, and all gratuities.

For complete itineraries, please visit www.silversea.com/destinations/2015GrandVoyages.

For more information and a brochure contact your preferred Travel Professional or Silversea Cruises on +61 2 9255 0600 or 1300 306 872 or visit www.silversea.com

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