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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >Silversea Cruises has unveiled its collection of 246 voyages for 2017 that are available for travellers to reserve. These include itineraries for Silversea’s current fleet of eight ships, which will collectively visit over 800 destinations across seven continents.Kristian Anderson, Silversea’s senior vice president and general manager for the Americas, said: “Every year Silversea strives to offer inspirational journeys that combine the luxury of intimate cruising with the thrill of making new cultural discoveries. We believe our voyage collection for 2017, with its wealth of longer, port-intensive cruises, will accomplish just that. From the rainforests of South America to the castles of Europe and the temples of Asia, guests will enjoy experiences that will enrich their lives for years to come.”Following are highlights from Silversea’s 2017 schedule:Ocean CruisesNew Ports of Call: Among several new ports are Sassnitz, Germany; Galway, Ireland; Bodø, Norway; Geraldton, Australia; Ilhabela, Brazil; Fredericia, Denmark; Gisborne, New Zealand; Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; and Sir Bani Yas Island, U.A.E.World Cruise 2017: Departing San Francisco on 6 January, this 116-day ocean voyage to Monte Carlo will visit 62 destinations in 25 countries. Following a westward path, Silver Whisper will sail through the isles of Hawaii and cross the International Date Line to the South Pacific, New Zealand, and Australia. Then, weaving her way through Bali and Sandakan, she will arrive at the shores of Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore, before setting a course for the India, Arabia and the storied capitals of the Mediterranean.Circle South America: Silver Spiritdeparts 16 January on a 63-day roundtrip Grand Voyage from Fort Lauderdale. Highlights include a crossing of the Panama Canal, two days cruising Chile’s fjords, a two-day stopover in Rio de Janeiro during Carnival, plus overnight calls in Buenos Aires and Callao (gateway to Lima and Machu Picchu).South Africa: Silver Cloud offers a series of four 10-day voyages showcasing South Africa’s east coast with convenient roundtrip departures from Cape Town. The sailings feature calls in Port Elizabeth, Durban, East London, Maputo, and an overnight stay in Richards Bay. Plus a 14-day voyage includes an overnight stay in Walvis Bay, Namibia.Mediterranean, Northern Europe & Baltic: From the Greek Isles to the British Isles and Scandinavia, dozens of voyages, ranging from 7 to 17 days, offer a variety of options for travellers. Notable itineraries include:Silver Spirit’s Voyage 5713, sailing from Barcelona to Rome, will overnight in Monte Carlo on 27 May, during the city’s famous Grand Prix Formula One racing event.Silver Spirit will overnight in Venice 15 and 16 July (Voyage 5718), during the celebrations of the Festa del Redentore, offering guests the opportunity to experience the city’s display of fireworks and other festivities.Two Silver Wind voyages in September (2722 and 2723) will overnight in Hamburg during the historic port’s annual Cruise Days event, when the city welcomes the world of cruises with special attractions and entertainment.On two Silver Cloud sailings (1713 and 1714) and seven Silver Wind voyages (2716 – 2722) the ships will sail the River Thames to dock near (or depart from) Tower Bridge in the heart of historic London — a journey most cruise ships are too large to navigate.A crossing of the legendary Corinth Canal, which is too narrow for most ships to undertake, highlights two Silver Wind voyages (2727 and 2728) and Silver Cloud’s Voyage 1711.Alaska: Silver Shadow returns to explore Alaska on 16 seven-day voyages between Seward and Vancouver.Myanmar: Two Silver Shadow voyages (3702 and 3705) feature multi-day stopovers in Myanmar, where guests can explore its famous golden pagodas and ancient temples in depth.Expedition CruisesSilversea’s luxury expedition fleet will expand to four ships in November 2017 when Silver Cloud joins Silver Explorer, Silver Discoverer, and Silver Galapagos. Over 100 expedition cruises will explore the world’s most fascinating and remote regions. Featured among dozens of inaugural calls are such places as Ampangorinana, Nosy Komba (Madagascar); Aride Island, Seychelles; Maheshkhali Island, Bangladesh; Makura Island, Vanuatu; Isle of May, Scotland; and Grimsey Island, Iceland.Fresh from an extensive refurbishment and conversion to an ice-class expedition ship, Silver Cloud launches a series of Antarctica voyages in November and December, featuring itineraries from 10 to 19 days, and sailing mostly roundtrip from Ushuaia.Silver Explorer’s schedule retains its ever-popular expedition cruises to Antarctica, South and Central America, the British Isles, Northern Canada, Greenland, and Arctic Norway. Of special note is a 15-day expedition (7719) focused on Greenland and the Canadian Arctic. Sailing 31 August from Kangerlussuaq to St John’s, the voyage features a rare visit to Canada’s remote Torngat Mountains National Park, renowned for its spectacular natural scenery.Silver Discoverer’s six expedition cruises along Australia’s Kimberley Coast from March to May highlight an exotic programme that encompasses Madagascar, Seychelles, Indonesia, Melanesia, Micronesia, Russian Far East, and remote Alaska. On the schedule is a new 16-day, Colombo-to-Kolkata sailing (9704) departing February 11 to explore the Andaman Islands and make the first-ever cruise ship visit to Bangladesh, with explorations of Chittagong, Maheshkhali Island, and the Sundarbans, one of the world’s largest mangrove forests and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.And Silver Galapagos will again operate year-round voyages exploring the pristine and biologically diverse islands of the Galápagos.Guests enjoy ocean-view suites, gourmet cuisine, the personalised service of a butler, and a selection of all-inclusive shipboard amenities, including complimentary beverages, wines and spirits, a stocked in-suite beverage cabinet, onboard gratuities, and complimentary Wi-Fi for each guest. Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more