Silversea Unveils Holiday Season Cruises

By ,   August 18, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

In 2018, Silversea Cruises is inviting guests to spend the holiday season in all-inclusive luxury as they sail to discover the world’s wonders, from Asia to Africa and Antarctica to Caribbean.

Following are 4 scheduled Silversea cruises that capture the spirit of the special festive season and New Year, while unlocking the authentic beauty of the world and a number of memorable experiences. 

Silver Explorer cruise ship

  • Dec 17, 2018 – Jan 4, 2019: Antarctica, sailing roundtrip from Ushuaia on Silver Explorer; Dec 22, 2018 – Jan 6, 2019 sailing roundtrip from Ushuaia on Silver Cloud. These 2 expedition cruises in Antarctica are from line’s Explorer’s Collection, via partnership with London’s Royal Geographical Society. The expedition celebrates early explorers: Silver Explorer follows the legendary ‘Endurance’ expedition of Ernest Shackleton with calls on the Falkland Islands, Elephant Island, South Georgia, Antarctic Sound, Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands. Fares start from US$22,400 per person.
  • The second expedition cruise to visit Antarctica over the holidays also departs roundtrip from Ushuaia, December 22. Aboard the luxurious expedition ship Silver Cloud guests can explore New Island, West Point Island, Bleaker Island, Sea Lion Island, Stanley, Drake Passage, Elephant Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctic Sound, and South Shetland Islands. Fares start from US$22,300 per person.
  • Dec 21, 2018 – Jan 6, 2019: Australia & Indonesia from Bali to Sydney on Silver Muse. Beginning with an overnight in Bali and a visit to Komodo Island, the voyage sails to the land Down Under with visits to Darwin, Cairns, Townsville, Airlie Beach, Brisbane. There are highlights to experience each day, as Muse makes an inaugural visit to Australia. Fares start from US$9,300 per person.
  • Dec 22, 2018 – Jan 5, 2019: Far East from Singapore to Hong Kong on Silver Shadow. Silver Shadow sails through the Far East, beginning with an overnight in Bangkok. Then, a 2-night stop in Ho Chi Minh reveals city’s mix of French colonial buildings, exotic cuisine and bustling markets. Guests celebrate New Year in Ha Long Bay during an overnight. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is among the most celebrated attractions in Vietnam. Fares start from US$8,000 per person.