Cruise Silversea between Singapore and Sydney

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 11 September 2009

On 3 December 2009, Silverseas all-suite ship, the Silver Whisper, will make its way from Singapore to Sydney, offering passengers the chance to sail four short voyage segments ranging from six to eight, or ten days.

Passengers can choose from a six day sailing starting in Singapore on 3 December, enjoying three days at sea to relax in luxurious Silversea style before calling at one of Indonesias oldest cities, the port of Semarang on Javas north coast to visit the spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site of Borobudur.

After three additional sea days, Silver Whisper arrives in the waters of Australias Northern Territory, arriving in Darwin on 9 December.

Another six day option departs from Cairns on 13 December, meandering along Australias picturesque east coast to the Queensland ports of Townsville, Whitsunday Islands (Hamilton Island) and Brisbane, arriving in Sydney on 19 December.

All-inclusive cruise-only fares for these six day segments start from just US$2,570 per person, based on double occupancy. The fare includes accommodation gourmet meals, complimentary wines, champagne and spirits, all gratuities, excursions and onboard enrichment activities.

Those looking for a longer cruise can enjoy an eight day Australian sailing from Darwin to Brisbane. Departing 9 December, this segment offers many opportunities to explore the Great Barrier Reef, calling at Cairns, Townsville and Whitsunday Islands (Hamilton Island), arriving in Queenslands capital on 17 December. All-inclusive cruise-only fares start from US$3,424 per person, based on double occupancy.

Travellers with even more time on their hands can choose to stay onboard from Brisbane to Sydney, with a 10 day option from Darwin to the New South Wales capital available from US$4,280 per person, double occupancy.

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