Silversea Cruises opens exclusive pre-sale for summer voyages

Silversea Cruises has launched an exclusive pre-sale on a new collection of 206 voyages for summer 2025, which are set to depart between March and November 2025.

These voyages, conducted by the company’s fleet of 12 ships, will unlock 409 destinations in 60 countries, including 24 maiden calls. Travellers can also expect to journey deeper ashore, thanks to 66 overnight calls and 421 late departures.

Silver Endeavour will make her first Northwest Passage crossing during the 2025 Arctic season

Highlights of Silversea Cruises’s summer 2025 itinerary collection include two new Grand Voyages that incorporate calls to iconic cities and off-the-beaten-path destinations – many of which are rarely visited and accessible only to smaller ships. Silver Spirit will undertake the Grand Mediterranean 2025 voyage, departing Fusina (Venice) on September 18 and arriving in Lisbon on November 11, and featuring 44 destinations in 12 countries. Silver Shadow will undertake the Grand North Atlantic & Northern Europe 2025 voyage, departing New York on June 11 for an 83-day coverage of 55 destinations and 16 countries.

The cruise line is also expanding its presence in the Mediterranean for summer 2025, offering 84 voyage aboard six ships, as well as enhancing the itineraries offered onboard Silver Origin, which will call at two new destinations – Isla Lobos, San Cristobal through the North Central Itinerary and Bahia Bowditch through the Western Itinerary.

Furthermore, Silver Endeavour will make her first Northwest Passage crossing during the 2025 Arctic season, allowing travelers to journey in the footsteps of many famous explorers over 24 days.

From May to August 2025, Silver Endeavour and Silver Wind will both undertake 14 voyages to rarely visited destinations, providing the chance to experience Inuit cultures, spot rare wildlife, and learn about some of the planet’s most remote environments through the enrichments of Silversea’s leading expedition experts.

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