Silversea Cruises Publishes Two Brochures

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Silversea has just released two new brochures detailing a diverse collection of more than 300 luxury cruises that it will be sailing across the globe in 2015 and the first quarter of 2016. Both print and digital versions of the brochures can be requested via Silversea's website.

The new 180-page Silversea Cruises brochure is devoted to the ocean-going journeys of Silver Cloud, Silver Wind, Silver Shadow, Silver Whisper, and Silver Spirit. It is complemented by a separate 140-page Silversea Expeditions guide highlighting the extraordinary expedition cruises of Silver Explorer, Silver Galapagos, and Silver Discoverer, ships known for exploring some of the world's most remote regions.

"We're very pleased to launch our two new brochures for 2015," said Steve Odell, President of Silversea for Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific. "Each has been carefully designed to reveal the all-inclusive lifestyle, uncompromising service, and immersive travel experiences that await ourguests."


Monte Carlo Grand Prix 2015: Silver Spirit guests will have the opportunity to experience the thrill of a Formula One race on an optional "Monte Carlo Grand Prix" tour during the ship's overnight visit on May 23.

River Thames & Corinth Canal: Unique small ship privileges are highlighted in 2015 when Silver Cloud sails the River Thames to dock near (or depart from) Tower Bridge in the heart of historic London on five voyages, and when both Silver Cloud and Silver Wind transit the Mediterranean's narrow Corinth Canal - journeys most cruise ships are too large to navigate.

Venetian World Odyssey 2016: In January 2016, the intimate 382-guest Silver Whisper sails from Fort Lauderdale to Venice and will cross the Panama Canal to South America and the Pacific, visiting 51 destinations in 31 countries in 115 days.

Circle South America aboard Silver Spirit in 2016 Setting sail in January 2016, Silver Spirit will sail 66 days round-trip from Fort Lauderdale, crossing the Panama Canal and spending three days in Rio de Janeiro during Carnival.

South Africa Cruises from Cape Town: In February 2016, Silver Cloud will showcase South Africa's spectacular beauty, amazing wildlife, and rich cultural heritage on a trio of 10-day voyages featuring convenient round trip departures from Cape Town.

Caribbean Cruises from San Juan: Silver Wind explores the sun-soaked beaches of the Caribbean on a series of seven-day cruises sailing round trip from San Juan in February and March of 2016.


In addition to Venetian World Odyssey 2016, select voyages in 2015 and 2016 will feature multi-day stays in Myanmar (previously known as Burma), a land of golden shrines and bejeweled pagodas.


In 2015 more than 100 expedition cruises will sail from the islands of Oceania to the polar extremes aboard three expedition ships. Accompanied by a team of naturalists, ornithologists, geologists and other field experts, guests can explore by Zodiac some of the least known and rarely visited places on earth.

Silver Discoverer will visit Alaska, Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, the Russian Far East, Southeast Asia, New Zealand and it's Sub-Antarctic islands, and Australias spectacular Kimberley Coast. Africa is back, joining Silver Explorer's ever-popular expeditions to Antarctica, South and Central America, the British Isles, Northern Canada, Greenland, and Arctic Norway. And Silver Galapagos will again operate 7-day, round trip voyages from Baltra exploring the amazing Galpagos on alternating western and north central itineraries.

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