Silversea sails Asia as part of new itineraries

Silversea Cruises has unveiled 86 new itineraries for summer 2021/22 which will call at 222 destinations across 67 countries, with eight maiden calls, including three in Asia – Miyako, Japan; Makassar, Indonesia; and Vigan-Salomague Port, The Philippines.

Departing between October 2021 and April 2022, the new programme features voyages in Asia, Australia & New Zealand, South America, Galapagos, the Caribbean and the Middle East. An expanded programme of sailings in the Asia-Pacific region will see the brand new Silver Moon and the reimagined Silver Shadow join flagship Silver Muse as the third Silversea vessel to offer voyages in Asia.

Silversea has unveiled 17 new sailings in Asia, with three ships based in the region for the first time, as part of its new itinerary release

Maiden calls in the global programme are Miyako, Japan; Makassar, Indonesia; Vigan Salomague, the Philippines; Phillip Island and Geelong in Australia; Manama, Bahrain; Puerto Bolivar, Ecuador; and Kingstown, St. Vincent.

Key highlights include a diverse range of voyages across Asia, such as an enhanced offering in Japan, deep discovery of Vietnam, and new itineraries to Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. As well, Silver Shadow will offer four itineraries including the opportunity for extended stays in both Yangon and Ho Chi Minh.

The new programme also features the most extensive Australia & New Zealand itineraries to date, offering 12 new voyages aboard two Silversea ships. Other highlights include a 74-night circumnavigation of South America aboard new ship Silver Dawn, with a exploration of the Amazon River; and 30 Galapagos voyages aboard new 100-guest ship Silver Origin.

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