Silversea has unveiled its 2020/2021 voyages, which will feature the maiden season for its newest ship Silver Moon, setting sail in the Mediterranean from August 2020. With a fleet of 9 ships the programme will offer unparalleled variety, visiting 572 destinations across 94 countries.
What’s more, almost all of Silversea’s 2020 voyages (excluding Alaska and Australia) will now include economy class flights and overseas transfers, with all European 2020 departures including business class flights as standard.
Other highlights include:
A return to favourite destinations – Silver Explorer will return to the New Zealand Sub-Antarctic and The Ross Sea, a rarely visited region, while Silver Shadow will return to Istanbul with an overnight stay as part of her Eastern Mediterranean itineraries. The Canary Islands will also feature in two voyages between Lisbon and Barcelona, for the first time in several years.
Stay a while – Extended time (overnight stays) in iconic ports will be included in every Classic sailing of 8 days or more, aboard Silver Muse, Silver Spirit, Silver Shadow, Silver Wind and Silver Whisper.
Iceland on trend – Iceland’s continued popularity means it will feature in 3 incredible itineraries.
New Arctic expeditions – Silver Cloud will offer two new voyages to Greenland and Canada visiting Hudson Bay in Northern Manitoba, the home to the world’s biggest population of Beluga Whales and Churchill, the polar bear capital of the world.
Classic Revamp – Silver Wind and Silver Whisper will return for the 2020 season newly refurbished after heading off to dry-dock at the end of this season.
The new season goes on pre-sale to Venetian Society guests who have sailed with Silversea before this Monday, 17th September 2018, and then on general release from Monday, 1 October 2018.
For more information or to be sent the Silversea 2020/21 season calendar, speak to one of our personal travel experts today on 0191 285 9321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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