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Cruise Overview

  • Duration 134 nights
  • Departs 14 Jan 2024
  • Sails from San Francisco, California
  • Ship Silver Shadow
  • Flights and transfersYes
  • Cruise code ‍1871369‍
  • Voyage code ‍SS240115132‍
  • Countries visited Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan, Russia

Your Itinerary

Private UK Chauffeur transfer from your home address to the airport Sun 14 Jan 2024

Your Private UK Chauffeur will transfer you to the airport in style

Fly in Business Class from London to San Francisco, California, USA Sun 14 Jan 2024

One night hotel stay in San Francisco, California, USA Sun 14 Jan 2024

Upon arrival, transfer to a hotel for your overnight stay.

Enjoy a Gala Bon Voyage Reception and dinner

Transfer to the port and embark the ship Mon 15 Jan 2024

Embark the ultra-luxurious Silver Shadow for your all-inclusive 132 night world voyage

San Francisco, California Mon 15 Jan 2024

From the impressive Golden Gate Bridge to the famous Alcatraz Island, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do in the city by the Bay.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Tue 16 Jan 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Hawaii Waikiki Beach

Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, USA Sun 21 Jan 2024

Hawaii Waikiki Beach

Follow in the footsteps of The Beach Boys and fall in love with incredible Hawaii.

Kauai (Nawiliwili)

Nawiliwili, Kauai, Hawaii Tue 23 Jan 2024

Kauai (Nawiliwili)

Nawiliwili Beach Park is a beach park and port on the south-east coast of the island of Kauai in the Hawaiian Islands.

Kailua Kona, Hawaii

Kailua, Kona, Hawaii Wed 24 Jan 2024

Kailua Kona, Hawaii

Kailua-Kona is a town on the west coast of Hawaii Island (the Big Island). Hulihee Palace is a former royal vacation home dating from 1838. Mokuaikaua Church, from the 1800s, is Hawaii’s oldest Christian church. On Kailua Bay, reconstructed thatched houses at Kamakahonu National Historic Landmark mark King Kamehameha I’s residence. Colorful coral lies off Kamakahonu Beach. Kailua Pier has boat moorings.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Thu 25 Jan 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Silver Shadow, Silversea

International Date line Fri 26 Jan 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Sat 27 Jan 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Christmas Island, Australia

Christmas Island, Kiribati Mon 29 Jan 2024

Christmas Island, Australia

The former British Crown Colony of the Gilbert Islands became the independent Republic of Kiribati (pronounced Kiribass) in 1979. Christmas Island is only one of the many atolls that comprise Kiribati. With 140 square miles, Christmas Island has the largest land area of any coral atoll in the world; however, it hardly rises anywhere higher than 12 feet.The island lies only 119 miles north of the equator and therefore the climate is hot despite the fairly steady tradewinds. As a bird paradise, it is home to 18 species of marine birds including the beautiful Fairy Terns and the white-capped Noddy. The only indigenous landbird is the Christmas Island Warbler. Bonefishing enthusiasts will find the island as one of the world's foremost bonefishing sites. Officially called Kiritimati, Christmas Island received its name because of the discovery by Captain Cook on Christmas Eve in 1777. He anchored off Kiritimati and landed on a small islet now known as Cook Islet. To this day, Christmas Island remains largely unspoiled with virtually no commercialism. The population of less than 4,000 is of Gilbertese descent and known to be an especially warm and friendly people. They speak both Gilbertese and English and make their living from the sparse land of the atolls, which are nothing more than bits of coral rock covered with hard sand. The islands' scanty soil is just enough to grow taro, coconut and pandanus.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Tue 30 Jan 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Apia, Western Samoa

Apia Fri 02 Feb 2024

Apia, Western Samoa

As the first independent state of Polynesia, Samoa is considered the cradle of the nation, a place where the Earth and the heart fuse seamlessly fuse together. Incidentally, were one to translate the word “Samoa” into the traditional Polynesia dialect, they would find that the words “Sa” and “Moa” mean exactly that: earth and centre. Apia, Samoa’s only town, is found central north coast of Upolu, Samoa’s second largest island. Originally a tiny village of just over 300 inhabitants (c. View less 1800), the town’s population has grown to be just shy of 40,000. While a population of such size might mean forgetting traditional roots in favour of modern life, this has not been the case (too much) in Apria. The Samoan way of life is still very much the order of the day; traditional open-sided houses with thatched roofs on platforms of coral or concrete, also known as ‘fales’, can be seen everywhere and nearly all of the population (including the policemen) wear the typical local dress; skirts, or ‘lavalavas’ for men, and long, mumu-style dresses for women. The markets are bursting with culture and colour, selling everything from handicrafts to cuisine and local produce. If the idyllic setting of aquamarine pools of bluey green water, framed by low fringed palms and huge umbrella trees seems familiar, that’s because it probably is. The island, and notably the southern resort of Lefaga, was used in the 1953 Gary Cooper classic Return to Paradise Beach. It is also the last place on Earth to see each day’s sunset.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Sat 03 Feb 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Suva Fiji beach

Savusavu Sun 04 Feb 2024

Suva Fiji beach

Explore a lush rainforest, feast at a lovo before trying Kava, or simply unwind on an uninhabited atoll without a care in the world.

Cruises to Fiji

Lautoka, Fiji Mon 05 Feb 2024

Cruises to Fiji

Lautoka is often described as the sugar city. Sugar cane is the major industry of Fiji and Lautoka is its main base. Here are the industries' headquarters, the largest sugar mill, modern loading facilities and a large wharf. It features 70 miles of roads, almost all paved, a wonderful botanical garden and royal palm trees decorating the city's main street, Vitogo Parade. The municipal market is another attraction from both outside and inside. Fiji typifies the image of paradise. The people here live as they have done for centuries, retaining their ancient traditions and simple and carefree lifestyle supported by the harvest of a generous land and bountiful sea.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Wed 07 Feb 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Bay of Islands, New Zealand

Bay Of Islands, New Zealand Fri 09 Feb 2024

Bay of Islands, New Zealand

The Tasman Sea on the west and the Pacific Ocean on the east meet at the top of North Island at Cape Reinga. No matter what route you take, you'll pass farms and forests, marvellous beaches, and great open spaces. The East Coast, up to the Bay of Islands, is Northland's most densely populated, often with refugees from bigger cities—looking for a more relaxed life—clustered around breathtaking beaches. The first decision on the drive north comes at the foot of the Brynderwyn Hills. Turning left will take you up the West Coast through areas once covered with forests and now used for either agricultural or horticulture. Driving over "the Brynderwyns," as they are known, takes you to Whangarei, the only city in Northland. If you're in the mood for a diversion, you can slip to the beautiful coastline and take in Waipu Cove, an area settled by Scots, and Laings Beach, where million-dollar homes sit next to small Kiwi beach houses. An hour's drive farther north is the Bay of Islands, known all over the world for its beauty. There you will find lush forests, splendid beaches, and shimmering harbors. The Treaty of Waitangi was signed here in 1840 between Māoriand the British Crown, establishing the basis for the modern New Zealand state. Every year on February 6, the extremely beautiful Waitangi Treaty Ground (the name means weeping waters) is the sight of a celebration of the treaty and protests by Māori unhappy with it. Continuing north on the East Coast, the agricultural backbone of the region is even more evident and a series of winding loop roads off the main highway will take you to beaches that are both beautiful and isolated where you can swim, dive, picnic, or just laze. . The West Coast is even less populated, and the coastline is rugged and windswept. In the Waipoua Forest, you will find some of New Zealand's oldest and largest kauri trees; the winding road will also take you past mangrove swamps. Crowning the region is the spiritually significant Cape Reinga, the headland at the top of the vast stretch of 90 Mile Beach, where it's believed Māori souls depart after death. Today Māori make up roughly a quarter of the area's population (compared with the national average of about 15%). The legendary Māori navigator Kupe was said to have landed on the shores of Hokianga Harbour, where the first arrivals made their home. Many different wi (tribes) lived throughout Northland, including Ngapuhi (the largest), Te Roroa, Ngati Wai, Ngati Kuri, Te Aupouri, Ngaitakoto, Ngati Kahu, and Te Rarawa. Many Māorihere can trace their ancestry to the earliest inhabitants

Auckland, New Zealand Sat 10 Feb 2024

Stretched over a volcanic field on New Zealand's North Island is multicultural Auckland. The country's largest city, this thriving hub offers everything you would expect.

Tauranga City, North Island, New Zealand

Tauranga, New Zealand Mon 12 Feb 2024

Tauranga City, North Island, New Zealand

Tauranga is the principal city of the Bay of Plenty. The founders of Tauranga, 19th-century missionaries, left a legacy of well-planned parks and gardens for today's residents and visitors to enjoy.

Gisborne

Gisborne, New Zealand Tue 13 Feb 2024

Gisborne
Napier, New Zealand

Napier, New Zealand Wed 14 Feb 2024

Napier, New Zealand

Napier, with its pleasant Mediterranean climate and famous art deco architecture, is a charming and lively seaside resort located on the eastern side of North Island.

Coast, Wellington

Wellington, New Zealand Thu 15 Feb 2024

Coast, Wellington

New Zealand’s capital city is a veritable hotspot of food, fun and culture situated in one of the planet’s most beautiful countries.

Akaroa, New Zealand Fri 16 Feb 2024

Surrounded by the remains of an ancient volcano, Akaroa contrasts its pretty French colonial architecture with the rugged natural beauty.

Kaikoura, New Zealand

Kaikoura, New Zealand Sat 17 Feb 2024

Kaikoura, New Zealand

Lodged between high mountains and the Pacific Ocean, on New Zealand’s South Island, it is said that no two views in Kaikoura are the same. Look left, and you’ll see snow caped peaks and rolling meadows. Look right, and you’ll see seals hauling out on rugged shores. Look straight ahead and you’ll see nothing except the wide expanse of the Pacific. Kaikoura’s claim to fame is its rich abundance of marine life. View less Visitors have a 95% chance of spotting giant sperm whales, as well as dusky dolphins, orcas and humpback whales, regardless of whether you are travelling by boat or by air. Additionally, New Zealand Fur Seals live in the shallow waters of the town’s peninsula, and surely there can be no greater experience than swimming alongside the playful marine mammal in its natural habitat. Very little is known about the town’s Māori history, although the word “Kaikoura” translates in the Māori language as a 'meal of crayfish' ('kai' meaning 'food', 'koura' meaning 'crayfish'). In Māori legend, the great fisherman Maui placed his foot on the Kaikoura peninsula to steady himself while he fished the North Island from the sea with his fishhook taken from his grandmother's jaw-bone. The legend attracted Māori settlers to the coast, and several of their settlements (pa) can still be seen from the peninsula. More recently, Captain Cook discovered the region in 1770, although believed it to be an island. European settlers began a thriving whaling trade in the 1840s, which only ceased in the mid-1960s.

Nelson, Newzealand

Nelson, New Zealand Sun 18 Feb 2024

Nelson, Newzealand

Tucked right into the very top of New Zealand’s South Island, Nelson is easy to miss. Yet, it would be foolish to do so; overlooking Nelson would be overlooking a fabulous town with friendly people, gorgeous scenery and no shortage of superlative food and wine. The city has long held a magnetic pull for creatives of all types: it's known for artisanal craft shops and diverse art galleries. View less In fact, with one of the largest numbers of working artists and galleries in the country, you’ll find an array of talented craftspeople living in the region; from traditional, to contemporary to Māori. Not only is Nelson one of the sunniest cities in New Zealand, but it is the oldest on the South Island (and second oldest in the country). The land was bought in 1840 by the British for £800, with the intention of providing a place to live to settlers. By 1843 almost 2,000 adults had relocated to the province, yet lack of funds thwarted their dreams of becoming landowners. Thus Nelson has been largely left alone by industry. Population has swelled in recent years due to the town’s stunning natural landscapes, but this is a place for young families and lovers of the Great Outdoors. Set on the Able Tasman Coast Track, and on the border of the Nelson Lakes National Park, there is much to your eyes – and legs! – occupied. Kayak alongside dolphins, penguins and seals in the Tonga Island Marine Reserve, bathe in the crystal waters of the Kahurangi National Park or a low tide beach walk – or ride – in Wharariki.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Mon 19 Feb 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Eden, Australia

Eden, Australia Thu 22 Feb 2024

Eden, Australia

Known for the migrating whales that cruise through its waters between May and November, Eden sits in New South Wales’ scenic Twofold Bay. While the whales are now protected and cherished here, the town was initially founded as a whaling centre and has many fascinating stories to tell. Namely, a unique symbiotic relationship with the killer whales. Rewarded with the tongues from freshly caught whales, the orcas would help to round up baleen whales in the bay, making it easy for humans to land them. This mutually beneficial exchange came to be known as The Law of the Tongue. Find out more about it, and the area’s whaling past, at Eden Killer Whale Museum – where you can see the skeleton of the most famous orca accomplice, Old Tom. A yearly whale festival now celebrates the return of the magnificent whales to these waters. Head into Ben Boyd National Park for amazing bird watching, and to see the arches of soaring rock formations rising beside fire-red cliffs. View the glorious coastal scenery of frothing aqua-seas and rugged headlands, from the viewing deck on top of Boyd's Tower. Initially devised as a lighthouse, it would later be used as a lookout to spot whales breaching the bay's waters, and to see Old Tom splashing his tail to alert the whalers. Travel through more glorious scenery and tangled rainforest, to the verdant promontory of Green Cape Lighthouse. Jutting out into the South Pacific Ocean, the pearly-white lighthouse caps crumbling cliffs and offers sweeping views of the jagged cliffs and wave-thrashed rocks. The wrecks that lie offshore attest to the respect these sometimes-punishing waves demand.

Cruises to Sydney

Sydney, Australia Fri 23 Feb 2024

Cruises to Sydney

From the Sydney Opera House to Bondi Beach, man and Mother Nature contribute in equal measure to this splendid city.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Sun 25 Feb 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Cruises to Brisbane

Brisbane, Australia Mon 26 Feb 2024

Cruises to Brisbane

Cosmopolitan Brisbane attracts millions of visitors each year thanks to its eclectic mix of attractions, beautiful skyline and sub-tropical climate.

Mooloolaba, Queensland

Mooloolaba, Queensland Tue 27 Feb 2024

Mooloolaba, Queensland

Once a humble fishing village, tourism has boomed in recent years and transformed Mooloolaba into one of the most coveted of Queensland’s popular holiday resorts. Located 97 km from Brisbane and set right in the heart of the Sunshine Coast, Mooloolaba is much more than an oceanfront playground. Certainly, surfers will find their nirvana here, with ideal spots for both the initiated and the beginner dotted along the coast, along with the famous surfing festival in March. View less But it’s not all about waxing your board and point breaks – Mooloolaba Beach has featured as one of the world’s top ten beaches for two years running and it looks set to stay that way. An early morning stroll will see you mingling with the locals, and with no beach goers around, be sure to take your cameras for some of the most instagrammable views you’re ever likely to see. Step away from the beach and guests will find some good shopping with everything from antiques and jewellery to beach towels and sarongs for sale. Local artists set up stalls on the pretty esplanade so art lovers will be sure to take home a souvenir that is really special. Epicureans meanwhile will already no doubt looking forward to tasting some of the famous Mooloolaba prawns, caught straight off a trawler. How’s that for freshness! Try the delicious local speciality either in one of the buzzing restaurants in town or straight from the Seafood Precinct and grab a spot in the shade for a picnic! If fun in the sun isn’t your cup of tea, then the Mooloolaba coastline is certainly worth seeing. Hire a motorboat, or relax on a mini-cruise and enjoy the opportunity of searching, and perhaps swimming, with whales, dolphins and turtles. Seaplanes offer another interesting way of seeing the coast with the more adventurous opting for the “doors off” experience.

Fraser Island, Australia

Fraser Island Wed 28 Feb 2024

Fraser Island, Australia

Fraser Island, off Australia’s eastern Queensland coast, is the world's largest sand island, stretching over 120km. Panoramic viewpoints include Indian Head, a rocky outcrop on the island's easternmost tip, and the Cathedrals, a cliff famous for sculpted ribbons of coloured sand. It's a camping and ecotourism destination, with beaches and swimming sites at Lake McKenzie, Lake Wabby and other freshwater pools.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Thu 29 Feb 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Airlie Beach, Australia

Airlie Beach, Australia Fri 01 Mar 2024

Airlie Beach, Australia

With the finest powder sand, knots of deep green rainforest and ankle-deep shelves of turquoise sea water - Airlie Beach is your gateway to some of the world’s most spectacular beaches. This lively town welcomes wide-eyed young adventurers and the yachting crowd alike to the Whitsunday Islands’ serenity, and the hiss of espresso machines, and excited chatter of adventure, spills out from its many cafes and bars. Relax at Airlie Beach Lagoon – the social hub of this town - where sun-heated saltwater invites you to wade, before flaming fresh coral trout over a barbecue as the sun sets. Or, take a seat at one of the glorious restaurants offering uninterrupted views out over the waters of Pioneer Bay, towards the 74 islands that make up the Whitsundays. These heavenly waters don't just attract humans. Humpback and pilot whales also migrate here to indulge in the warm waters and sheltered location. Spot the majestic creatures breaching and gulping in huge gasps of oxygen as you explore. Feeling adventurous? Rainforest walks to secluded pebble beaches await at Conway National Park, where difficulty-graded walking trails are available. Dive among swirls of jewel-coloured marine life, or experience the thrill of skimming into the sky on a seaplane. Take off to admire the scattered island paradises below from a stunning new aerial perspective, before landing and enjoying a picnic amid Whitehaven Beach’s bliss.

Cairns Sat 02 Mar 2024

A friendly city, loved by residents and popular with tourists. More than just a gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns offers plenty to do.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Mon 04 Mar 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Thursday Island, Australia

Thursday Island, Australia Tue 05 Mar 2024

Thursday Island, Australia

Thursday Island is Queensland's most northerly administration center, off the tip of Cape York Peninsula in the Torres Strait. It is 1,320 miles by air north of Brisbane. A colorful outpost, Thursday Island retains its majority of native islanders with a mix of Malays, Polynesians, Chinese and Japanese. The township of Thursday Island nestles in the protective embrace of the Prince of Wales group of islands in the Torres Strait. T.I., as the island is affectionately known, was settled in 1877 and was chosen for its close proximity to the main shipping channel and its well-sheltered port. With a population today of some 3,500, the island has an interesting history and was once the base for a fleet of 150 pearling luggers as well as a busy trading port.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Wed 06 Mar 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Darwin, Australia

Darwin, Australia Fri 08 Mar 2024

Darwin, Australia

"Australia's capital of the north is a uniquely tropical city, and a historically isolated outpost of this vast, diverse country. Reaching up towards the equator, a full 2,000 miles from Sydney and Melbourne, the city was named in honour of Charles Darwin by the British settlers who established a frontier outpost here. With a unique history, beautiful islands nearby, and a palette of sizzling Pacific flavours, colourful Darwin is an enchanting and exotic Australian destination. Crocodiles patrol the jungled waterways and tropical rainforests around Australia's gateway to the Top End. Explore via airboat to look down on the veiny waterways of the mist-laced Kakadu National Park. The sounds of chattering birdlife and the gentle splash of fountains and waterfalls will fill your ears in George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens. Soak it all in, before kicking back and relaxing with a picnic and a crackling barbecue. The sunshine and famous tropical pink sunsets mean many visitors naturally gravitate to the city's soft sands to relax at spots like pretty Mindil Beach, as evening approaches. The adjoining market is filled with souvenirs and crafts stands and is the perfect great place to enjoy some fiery Asian flavours. Stroll the stalls, grab some food, and crack open an ice-frosted beer as the sunset show begins. It may be remote, but Darwin found itself on the front line during the Pacific War, as the Japanese air force unloaded their bombs onto the city in 1942. This relaxed unassuming city has a deeply resilient backbone, however, and you can explore the museums to learn more of the war's impact on Darwin, as well as the devastating effects of one of Australia's worst natural disasters, Cyclone Tracy in 1973."

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Sun 10 Mar 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Broome, Australia

Broome, Australia Mon 11 Mar 2024

Broome, Australia

Gateway to the oldest and most elusive of all Australia’s nine regions, Broome is where your Kimberley adventure begins. The ancient landscape has long held travellers spellbound: The Kimberley is three time larger than England but has a population of just 35,000, is over 65,000 years old and is home to 2,000 km of coastline. Almost impenetrable, incredibly remote, the red baked earth, prolific wildlife, majestic canyons and swimming holes are the stuff of Australian wilderness dreams. English explorer William Dampier was the first explorer to set foot in Broome in 1668. However, the land had long been used as a trading route between east and west Kimberley for Aboriginal families. These semi-nomadic tribes respected strict unwritten rules regarding ownership of the land. The Yawuru people remain the Native Title holders for the township of Broome to this day. Broome itself has over 84 Aboriginal communities affiliated to it, 78 of which are considered remote. The city grew from its nascent pearling industry of the late 19th century. Pearl diving was dangerous in the waters surrounding Broome and for many years divers were limited to Aboriginal slaves, skin divers who faced cyclones, sharks, crocodiles, ear and chest infections in order to bring up as many pearl shells as possible for their masters. Natural pearls were rare and extremely valuable, and when found, were placed in a locked box. At the peak of its industry, around 1914, Broome was responsible for 80% of the world’s pearl trade.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Wed 13 Mar 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Komodo Island

Komodo Island, Indonesia Thu 14 Mar 2024

Komodo Island

One of 17,000 islands in Indonesia, Komodo Island is famous for its bright blue waters, steep sloping hills, and the four thousand giant lizards who call the island home.

Gili Kondo - Lombok, Indonesia

Lembar (Lombok) Fri 15 Mar 2024

Gili Kondo - Lombok, Indonesia

An island of startling contradictions and contrasts, Lombok exudes an aura of the staid and the rural, a genteel way of life in a quiet backwater. Located to the east and across a deep strait from its illustrious neighbor Bali, the island of Lombok offers unique culture, beautiful landscapes and a far less frenetic, pressured atmosphere than Bali. However, savvy travelers agree that Lombok’s calm existence may soon come to an end, as it is fast becoming the new "in place" after Bali. View less The island was once ruled by a series of Sasak princes who spent their time fending off successive invasions from Sumbawanese and Makassarese attackers. In 1740, the Balinese established a stronghold here and imposed their culture on the Sasaks. Later, Lombok came under Dutch rule until the country achieved independence. The western part of the almost circular island is well irrigated by mountain streams and artesian springs. Here Balinese and Sasaks have sculpted handsome rice terraces; Hindu temples vie for attention with glistening white mosques rising from picturesque rural villages. More dramatic is the southern coast with beautiful sandy bays set between rocky outcrops. Most of Lombok’s attractions are concentrated in the western district of the island, within a nine-mile radius of the capital, Mataram. Members of Lombok's polyglot population - Sasak, Balinese, Chinese and Arab - continue their laid-back, traditional ways.

Bratan temple Bali

Benoa (Bali), Indonesia Sat 16 Mar 2024

Bratan temple Bali

Beautiful Bali is everything you imagine it will be; humbling temples, tranquil lakes, traditional villages, idyllic sands and thriving paddy fields.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Mon 18 Mar 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Semarang, Indonesia

Semarang, Indonesia Tue 19 Mar 2024

Semarang, Indonesia

Semarang is one of the oldest cities in Indonesia, situated on Java's north coast between the shore of the Java Sea and a small ridge of mountains. Ceded to the Dutch West India Company in 1677 by King Amangkurat I in payment of his debts, it became their headquarters and the seat of the Dutch governor of the northeast provinces. Semarang's usefulness as a port waned due to the gradual silting up of the harbor. By the 19th century, Surabaya had eclipsed Semarang as Java's premier port.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Thu 21 Mar 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Singapore

Singapore Fri 22 Mar 2024

Singapore

Diamond-shaped Pulau Ujong is Singapore's main island and it's bursting with colour, energy and culture.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Sun 24 Mar 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Kuching, Malaysia

Kuching, Malaysia Mon 25 Mar 2024

Kuching, Malaysia

The port of Kuching lies in the western part of Sarawak, known as the land of the hornbill. Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia, covering an area of 48,737 square miles in northwest Borneo. The history of Sarawak as a state began in the 1840s when the English adventurer James Brooke helped to crush disturbances during the Brunei rule over what is now Kuching. Brooke was installed as the Rajah to reign over the territory from Tanjung Datu to the Samarahan River, followed by his nephew, Charles Brooke, in 1868. Charles Brooke ruled until 1917 and was succeeded by his son, Charles Vyner Brooke. As the third White Rajah, he enacted a new constitution in 1941, establishing self-government for Sarawak. This initial effort for political independence was nullified by the 1942 Japanese invasion of Borneo. In 1946, after the Japanese surrender, the Rajah and his council voted to cede the country to the British Crown. In 1963, Sarawak, together with Sabah, Singapore and the Federation of Malaya, joined the Federation of Malaysia. Kuching escaped bombing in World War II and has retained much of its old charm. It is by far the largest city in the state of Sarawak. Kuching is divided by the Sarawak River; the south is a commercial and residential area dominated by Chinese while the north shore is predominantly Malay, characterized by old kampong houses lining the river. The recently renovated riverfront area provides a pleasant area for strolling, dining and taking boat rides. The ship will be docked at the Port of Senari, a distance of 11 miles from Kuching city.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Tue 26 Mar 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Cruises to Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia Wed 27 Mar 2024

Cruises to Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

Kota Kinabalu, the state capital of Sabah, is a relatively new town; the original one was destroyed during World War II. Strung out along the coast with jungle-clad hills as a backdrop, Kota Kinabalu, or KK for short, is home to a population of about 300,000. It was known as Jesselton before the war. The state of Sabah occupies the northern part of Borneo and is about the size of Ireland. After World War II, the British declared Sabah a Crown Colony. In 1963, Sabah gained her independence and joined the Federation of Malaysia. The old seafarer's name for Sabah was “Land Below the Wind,” referring to the state's location just below the typhoon belt. Kota Kinabalu's deep-water harbor gave the town strategic significance, evoking a Japanese invasion in 1942 and heavy bombing by the Allies. Following the war, the capital was moved from Sandakan to Jesselton and renamed Kota Kinabalu after the mountain. The pride of Sabah is Mount Kinabalu. With 13,431 feet, this is the highest mountain in Malaysia and a spectacular sight. For centuries, the Dusuns, Sabah's largest ethnic group, regarded the mountain as the final resting place of their departed. High priests still perform annual rites to appease the spirits.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Thu 28 Mar 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Mekong River Cruise

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Fri 29 Mar 2024

Mekong River Cruise

Cruising along the Mekong River past hidden villages, mystical jungles and towering mountains affords a southeast Asian experience like no other

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Sun 31 Mar 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Chan May

Chan May Mon 01 Apr 2024

Chan May

Experience the rich imperial past, stoic resilience, and blissful beaches of central Vietnam, as you delve deep into this fascinating country’s past and present. The sheer beauty and vitality of the scenery will amaze you, as you explore the stories this now tranquil land has to tell - all the while surrounded by rolling rice paddies, freely grazing water buffalo and soaring limestone scenery. Cut in half by the evocatively named Perfume River, and home to a spectacular sprawling citadel, Hue is a true experience for the senses. Vietnam's timeless beauty outshines the shadows of its past, but Hue still bears the heavy scars of war - whether it's from American bombs, or harrowing events like those of Hue Jungle Crevice - where the Viet Cong pushed 3,000 civilians to their deaths. Hue’s Old City was once the jewel of Vietnam, standing proudly as its Imperial Capital. Lotus flowers now twirl peacefully in the grand moat around its mighty walls, which encase a spectacular array of charred palaces, temples and regal residences. Danang’s Marble Mountains rise dramatically close by, and they are scattered with Buddhist shrines and plunging caves. While there is an endless treasure trove of rich cultural experiences waiting here, it’s hard to resist the call of Danang's idyllic beaches, where white sand gives way to a fringe of palm trees. The undulating humps of the city's Dragon Bridge soar across the wide River Han, and this ambitious structure comes alive at night, when strobing light shows illuminate its flowing form, and the bridge’s dragon head rasps fire into the dusk.

Silver Shadow, Silversea

At Sea Tue 02 Apr 2024

Silver Shadow, Silversea
Hong Kong

Hong Kong, China Wed 03 Apr 2024

Hong Kong

From the exceptional views across its famous harbour to the sizzling dishes in its glamorous restaurants, you’re sure to fall in love with Hong Kong.

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At Sea Sat 06 Apr 2024

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Shanghai Dancers

Shanghai, China Mon 08 Apr 2024

Shanghai Dancers

China’s second most populous city embraces its history, future – and visitors – in an equally delightful fashion. Architectural treats from centuries past remain, with influences from all corners of the globe.

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At Sea Thu 11 Apr 2024

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Tianjin, China

Tianjin (Beijing) Sat 13 Apr 2024

Tianjin, China

Tianjin may not be as well-known as Beijing or Shanghai, but ‘the place where the emperor crossed the river’ has a huge amount to offer visitors.

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At Sea Mon 15 Apr 2024

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Cruises to Japan

Hiroshima, Japan Wed 17 Apr 2024

Cruises to Japan

History buffs will want to write home Hiroshima. Despite being devastated in 1945, this Japanese city is known to all for its commitment peace – its ruin on the 6th August 1945 led to the end of the war and today, the Peace Memorial (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) , is a constant reminder of the destruction that war brings. A walk in the leafy boulevards of Peace Memorial Park brings quiet contemplation. View less The Flames of Peace – set in the park’s central feature pond – burn brightly and will continue to do so until all the nuclear bombs I the world have been destroyed. There are many other inspiring messages of hope around the city too; the Children’s’ Peace Monument just north of the park is a homage to little Sadako Sasaki, who was just two in 1945. When she developed leukemia in 1956, she believed that if she folded 1,000 paper cranes – a symbol of longevity and happiness in Japan – she would recover. Sadly she died before she finished her task but her classmates finished the rest. If you are lucky enough to visit during the unpredictable and short-lived Sakura (cherry blossom) season, then the extraordinary sight of the delicate pink blossom floating across the water to the red gate, means you can consider yourself one of the luckiest people on the planet.

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Osaka, Japan Thu 18 Apr 2024

Cruises to Japan

Japan’s third-biggest city has thrown off its shackles and stepped out of the shadows to light up the sky with glaring neon signs and a larger than life outlook. Giant octopuses cling to buildings and bustling restaurants pack in the crowds in this great and garish place, which is Japan at its most friendly, extroverted and flavourful. So dive in headfirst to experience an all-out sensory assault of delicious food, shopping cathedrals and glittering temples. View less Dotombori Bridge bathes in the multicoloured, jewel-like lights of signage-plastered buildings, and the neon lights dance on the canal's waters below. Osaka is known as the nation's kitchen, and the Kuromon Ichiba Market has served as the city's spot to tuck in for almost 200 years. Full of street food stalls - try pufferfish, savoury Okonomiyaki pancakes, or ginger and onion flavoured octopus, among the endless feast of exotic flavours. Osaka Castle is another of the city’s landmarks, built in the 16th century by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. A modern museum now waits inside, where you can learn about the country's history, and why this castle is a symbol of Japanese unity. Be sure to take the elevator up to the observation deck for a panoramic view of Osaka's spread. A colourful park encloses the castle and blooms with an ocean of pale pink cherry blossom during the season - the elegant black tiers rising from the pink haze below is one of Osaka's most alluring visions. Kyoto’s peaceful cultural treasures and temples are also just a short jaunt away on Japan’s sleek trains, should you wish to explore further afield.

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, Japan Sat 20 Apr 2024

Tokyo, Japan

A city where you’ll find centuries-old culture jostling for position next to cutting-edge technology – a fabulous blend of history and modernity that has to be seen to be believed.

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At Sea Mon 22 Apr 2024

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Aomori, Japan

Aomori, Japan Tue 23 Apr 2024

Aomori, Japan
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Otaru (Hokkaido) Japan Wed 24 Apr 2024

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Otaru is a small harbor city west of Sapporo. Famous for its many hills and a nearby ski resort the town has been an important trade and herring fishing center. A wide canal that led from the port to the old town’s warehouses has been maintained for touristic purposes and the old stone or brick-built warehouses have been beautifully converted to restaurants and boutiques.

Akita, Japan

Akita Thu 25 Apr 2024

Akita, Japan

Say the word Akita and you would be forgiven for thinking immediately of the lovable dog of the same name. But in fact, visitors to Akita will be treated not to a friendly furry face, rather to a beautiful city located on the northern tip of the island, around 500 km north of Tokyo. Lucky visitors will arrive in time for the superb sakura (cherry blossom), and surely there can be no sight more lovely than the elegant dip of the cherry trees alongside ancient Samurai residences. Akita is also home to a 2km tunnel of blossoming trees that run along the banks of the Hinokinai River, which is said to “bring a grown man to his knees and weep at its beauty”. If to you, Japan is synonymous with peace and serenity, then a trip to one of the onsens is a superb bucket list experience. Buses and taxis are easily available in the centre of town that will take you to Mizusawa, Oyu and Oyasukyo hot springs, some of the loveliest onsens in the country. Some of the superb sights in Akita are: Senshu Park, on the former site of Kubota Castle, the elegant red-brick folk Museum (housing works by block printer Katsuhira Tokushi (1907-1971) and metalwork by Sekiya Shiro (1907-1994) and the Old Kaneko Family Home. The Akita Museum of Art opened in 2012 and is home to the largest canvas painting in the world, Events of Atika, by Foujita (1886-1968). The painting measures a staggering 3.65 x 20.5 m (12 x 67 ft). The Museum also has many works by European masters such as Goya, Rubens, Rembrandt and Picasso.

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At Sea Fri 26 Apr 2024

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Vladivostok, Russia

Vladivostok Sat 27 Apr 2024

Vladivostok, Russia

Vladivostok is a major Pacific port city in Russia overlooking Golden Horn Bay, near the borders with China and North Korea. It's known as a terminus of the Trans-Siberian Railway, which links the city to Moscow in a 7-day journey. In the city center is Central Square, where a towering memorial pays tribute to local soldiers who fought Japanese forces in the early 20th century.

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At Sea Mon 29 Apr 2024

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Korsakov

Korsakov Tue 30 Apr 2024

Korsakov

Port of Korsakov is a Russian seaport on Sakhalin Island on the shores of Aniva Bay. Settlement - the city of Korsakov, Sakhalin Oblast

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At Sea Wed 01 May 2024

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Petropavlosk (Kamchatka), Russia Fri 03 May 2024

Majestic volcanoes and stacked mountains layer Petropavlovsk Kamchatsky with one of the world’s most epic backdrops. A business-like city of everyday life, set amid this utterly extraordinary scenery, Petropavlovsk Kamchatsky is a staggering visit to a land where volcanoes churn, geysers spurt, and geothermic pools simmer. Glaciers slowly carve out magnificent valleys, while the meltwater fuels roaring rivers, rapids and waterfalls. A far easterly outpost, cut off from the rest of the world’s road network, the only way in and out is via sea or air. View less Located on the Pacific Ring of Fire, there is no shortage of natural spectacles and amazing scenery to enjoy - with lively geothermal displays, and colossal forces plotting below the earth’s surface. No fewer than 29 active volcanoes brood in this stunning wilderness, while dozens more extinct ones punctuate its skies. It’s hard to prepare for the beauty of Avacha Bay - as you’re welcomed by the three claw-like rocks of the Tri Brata formations, and spot sea lions yawning on the bay. Admire the Koryaksky volcano – a perfectly formed cone of snow, and a mighty volcano that last erupted in 2008. You may still see wisps of smoke emanating from its towering peak. Look out for the bright yellow beak of the Steller's sea eagles, the biggest and heaviest eagles in the world. The waters, teeming with Pacific salmon, draw keen anglers here, in the hopes of landing the big one. Elsewhere, the wondrous Kamchatka Valley of Geysers is a choreographed natural demonstration of power, with plumes of mist firing up into the sky along its expanse.

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International Date line Sun 05 May 2024

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At Sea Mon 06 May 2024

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Cruises to Alaska

Dutch Harbor, Alaska, USA Tue 07 May 2024

Cruises to Alaska

The Aleutians are a chain of more than 300 small volcanic islands extending in an arc from the Kamchatka Peninsula towards Alaska. The islands became the stepping stones of history that attracted Russian explorers to Alaska in the 18th century. Along the treeless, windswept islands, one can see onion-domed churches mixed in with rusted Quonset huts, weed-covered bunkers and shell casings; reminders of the bitter campaigns fought here between American and Japanese forces during World War II.

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At Sea Wed 08 May 2024

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Kodiak

Kodiak, Alaska, USA Thu 09 May 2024

Kodiak

The port of Kodiak is located on the Chiniak Bay on the north-eastern coast of Kodiak Island, Alaska. Also known as the fishing port, Kodiak is famous for its fresh fish as well as its flora and fauna where the Alaskan brown bear, wild eagles and moose live.

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Seward (Anchorage, Alaska) United States Fri 10 May 2024

Cruises to Alaska

Seward, founded in 1903, is named after the Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln, William H. Seward, who endeavoured to purchase the land we know today as Alaska. It is a small, fishing village that has become a fairly busy port, due to its access to the state's highway, something many Alaskan towns lack. It is the southernmost terminus for the Alaska Railroad and is the closet port to Anchorage for those embarking cruise ships. Anchorage is located in south central Alaska, where to the east, the Chugach Mountains serve as the backdrop for the city's magnificent skyline. To the west are the expansive, steel-coloured waters of Cook Inlet, named after the explorer Captain James Cook who sailed into the area in 1778. Anchorage was incorporated as a city in 1920. Though steadily growing, it remained a relatively small frontier town until the beginning of World War II. When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Anchorage found itself on the front lines of the conflict. Airfields, roads, and other buildings were constructed during the war. After World War II, the infrastructure was left behind, creating the framework for Anchorage's development. On January 3, 1959, Congress voted Alaska into statehood.

Anchorage (Whittier)

Whittier, Alaska Sat 11 May 2024

Anchorage (Whittier)
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Hubbard Glacier, USA Sun 12 May 2024

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Icy Strait Point, Alaska

Icy Strait Point, Alaska Mon 13 May 2024

Icy Strait Point, Alaska
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Sitka, Alaska, USA Tue 14 May 2024

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Sitka began as a major Tlingit Indian village and was called “Shee Atika,” which translates roughly as “settlement on the outside of Shee.” “Shee” is the Tlingit name of Baranof Island. In 1799, Alexander Baranof, the general manager of the Russian American Company, decided to move his base of operations from Kodiak and set up camp at what is now called Old Sitka, 7.5 miles north of the present-day town. He called the settlement St. Archangel Michael. The Tlingit Indians of the area resisted the occupation and, in 1802, with Baranof away, burned the fort and massacred the Russian settlers. Two years later, Baranof returned and besieged the Indian fort. The Tlingits withdrew and the area was once again in Russian hands. This time, the Russians built the new city on a different site and called it New Archangel. For over six decades, New Archangel was the capital of the Russian empire in Alaska. By 1867, the Alaska colony had become too much of a financial burden to Russia. William Seward, U.S. Secretary of State, negotiated with the Russian Czar to purchase the Territory of Alaska for $7.2 million. The American press scoffed at Seward and the U.S. government for purchasing what they called “Seward's Folly,” “Seward's Icebox,” and “Walrussia.” On October 18, 1867, the Russian flag was lowered at New Archangel and the Stars and Stripes were raised over newly renamed Sitka. The name comes from the Tlingit word “Sheetkah,” which means “in this place.” All Russian citizens living in the former colony were given the opportunity to become American citizens. Many went home, although a few stayed or migrated to California. Sitka remained the capital of the Territory of Alaska from 1867 to 1906, when it was moved to Juneau. The move was a direct result of the gold rush. In plain terms, Sitka did not have any and Juneau did. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Sitka became a full-scale naval base. At one time during the war, Sitka had a total population of 37,000. With the end of World War II, however, the city settled into a quieter existence. The biggest boom in modern days for Sitka came in 1959 when the Alaska Lumber and Pulp Company built a pulp mill at Silver Bay, near the city. Today, picturesque Sitka is known for its fishing and of course its many historic attractions.

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Tracy Arm (Alaska) Wed 15 May 2024

Cruises to Alaska

A visit to this icy world of savage beauty is repeatedly described as an unmissable, holiday highlight. Tracy Arm is a narrow, deep fjord near Juneau, Alaska, named after former secretary of the navy, General Benjamin F Tracy. Nearly 50 kms long, the twin Sawyer Glaciers are located at the furthest end of the fjord. Sailing through narrow passages carved out by glaciers, vertical cliffs rise up from the water whilst numerous waterfalls send torrents of water plunging downwards. A sense of adventure is definitely in the air. View less Both tidewater Sawyer Glaciers are actively carving leading to enormous chunks of ice falling into the water. Some pieces are the size of buildings, thankfully some just a few metres long. Often an electric blue hue, it’s a stunning sight. The noise of the ice as it tumbles into the water lives up to its name, white thunder. The sound reverberates through the air, bouncing off the narrow walls with larger chunks of ice creating huge wakes. Tracy Arm Fjord is a designated wilderness area within the Tongass National Forest, as such there are plenty of opportunities to observe the local wildlife. Bears, wolves, eagles and mountain goats all pass through. Harbor seals rear their young on the ice floating in the fjords and whales and sealions are regular visitors. There are camera opportunities galore.

Juneau, Alaska

Juneau, Alaska, USA Wed 15 May 2024

Juneau, Alaska

Migrating whales, rivers of ice and super fresh seafood capture the hearts of its visitors, although Alaska’s capital city also has a strong mining history. Once the sacred territory of the Auke and Taku tribes, Juneau was named after the gold prospector Joe Juneau.

Wrangell, Alaska, USA

Wrangell, Alaska, United States Fri 17 May 2024

Wrangell, Alaska, USA

Watch salmon leaping and bears pouncing, as Alaska's majestic natural spectacles play out before you in Wrangell. Seeing the bears pawing meaty salmon from the pure, gushing water is one of Alaska's most prized shows, and there are few better places to witness it than Wrangell - a town set amid the fractured lands of the legendary Inside Passage. Having experienced three gold rushes in its history, the immense scenery and thrilling wildlife is an enduring treasure for visitors. View less The mighty Stikine River has been the lifeblood to this region for centuries, cutting through pine-cloaked valleys for 400 miles before unloading into the frigid ocean. Explore via jet-boat and head out to the abundant waters of Anan Creek, an ancient fishing site of the Tlingit people. Visit waters thick with lithe salmon - a bounty that tempts black and brown bears from the confines of their forest shelters. The Anan Wildlife Observatory provides the ultimate viewing point to watch the salmon leaping from the cascading water. Look out from the cover for bears, salmon and bald eagles. Try your own luck fishing in Wrangell's waters, which are teeming with a rich bounty. Clomp through rich forests - beside waterfalls and waterways - on hair-raising hikes, which open out to glorious waterfront vistas. The aptly named Petroglyph Beach is the place to see amazing petroglyph artworks carved into the rocks. Or tour Shakes Island's Tribal House, where you can see a replica of a Tinglit community house. The house is surrounded by fascinating, original totem poles, and a wooden footbridge conveniently links the island with Wrangell's harbour.

Ketchikan, Alaska

Ketchikan, Alaska, USA Sat 18 May 2024

Ketchikan, Alaska

Super-scenic Ketchikan sits on the edge of Revillagigedo Island, surrounded by the verdant Tongass National Forest. Its waters are rich with Pacific salmon, a fact which drew native Tlingit and industrial fishermen here, not to mention an abundance of wildlife. Black bears can often be seen catching fish from passing streams, while birds of prey soar over glacial mountains.

Prince Rupert, BC, Canada

Prince Rupert, British Colombia, Canada Sun 19 May 2024

Prince Rupert, BC, Canada

Prince Rupert is picturesquely located on Kaien Island at the mouth of the Skeena River in British Columbia. Also known as the “City of Rainbows” and gateway to Northern BC, the Queen Charlotte Islands, and the famed Inside Passage (both BC's and Alaska's). Prince Rupert is circled by forests and mountains and overlooks the beautiful fjord studded coast. Like many of the major towns in the northwest, Prince Rupert is linked to the growth of the railroad. Businessman Charles Hay had big plans for this town, but they were largely unfulfilled, as he was a guest on the Titanic's last voyage in 1912. Tsimshian First Nations were the first residents of this area and as recently as 150 years ago their large cedar houses and carved totem poles lined the harbor. Today the harbor is busy with ships, ferries and fishing boats and is one of the main access points for Alaska.

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Seymour Narrows, Canada Mon 20 May 2024

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Victoria, Australia

Victoria, British Columbia Tue 21 May 2024

Victoria, Australia

Set on the southern tip of Vancouver Island (although nowhere near Vancouver the city), Victoria (the city) is nowhere near Victoria Island. Confused? Victoria may be Vancouver’s smaller sister in size but what it lacks in bright light big city bustle, is more than made up for by its fantastic foodie scene, historical background and its glorious natural surroundings. What’s more, stop any local and you’ll find a charming population, full of friendliness and pride for their city. View less Easily walkable, Victoria is full of blooming gardens, coastal paths, engaging museums, and beautifully restored 19th-century architecture. Pods of friendly whales have been known to visit the harbour, attracted by the fertile waters. Three resident pods of Orcas live in the nearby Puget Sound, Gulf and San Juan Islands. Nothing beats the feeling of standing on the viewing deck, binoculars in hand, listening to the eerie communication of the beautiful black and white beasts. Discovered by Captain James Cook in the 18th century, Victoria – and Vancouver Island – had long been home to many indigenous families. The city retains its roots to its First Nation culture, thousands of examples of which can be found in the spectacular collection housed at The Royal BC Museum. People flocked to the area after gold was discovered in 1858, bringing adventurers from as far afield as Australia. This diversity of population was further cemented in the 19th century when thousands of migrant workers were brought in to build the railway.

Vancouver Stanley Park Totem Poles

Vancouver, Canada Wed 22 May 2024

Vancouver Stanley Park Totem Poles

Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful spots on earth, it’s no wonder that Vancouver is a popular spot for tourists looking to enjoy some fresh air and vibrant Canadian culture.

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At Sea Fri 24 May 2024

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San Francisco, California Sun 26 May 2024

From the impressive Golden Gate Bridge to the famous Alcatraz Island, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do in the city by the Bay.

Disembark the ship Sun 26 May 2024

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Veranda Suite

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A Silversea signature, the Veranda Suite is spacious and welcoming. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a furnished private teak veranda along the suite. Each spectacular sunset feels like it is yours alone. Some Veranda Suites accommodate three guests. Veranda 3 and 4 offer preferred central location with identical accommodation to Veranda 1 and 2. One bedroom: 345 ft² / 32 m² including veranda Sitting area Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bathtub Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Standard Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival

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Royal 1 Suite

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Stately describes the Royal Suite. Commanding and majestic. Perfect for entertaining. Enough living space to roam. The pinnacle of good living. Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two-bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Veranda Suite. One bedroom:967–1,007 ft² / 90–94 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1,312–1,352 ft² / 122–126 m² including veranda Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area and bar Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized whirlpool tub, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Bose sound system Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

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Classic Veranda Suite

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The Classic Veranda Suite provides generous living space for voyagers. Located lower bow, the Classic Veranda Suite offers all the comfort and attention to detail that you can expect aboard — both inside and out. A generous expanse of interior comforts — elegant décor, stunning marble bathroom and ample seating area, make this a cosy home away from home. But perhaps this suite’s finest asset lies just outside, as floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a private veranda, making every sunset feel as if it is yours alone. Sitting area Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bathtub Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Standard Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival

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Deluxe Veranda Suite

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The Deluxe Veranda Suite offers a comfortable living space, close to the heart of the ship. With its preferred mid-ship location and all the comfort and attention to detail that you can expect aboard, the Deluxe Veranda Suite is the savvy traveller’s paradise— both inside and out. Elegant décor, stunning marble bathroom and ample seating area, make this a cosy home away from home. But perhaps this suite’s finest asset lies just outside, as floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a private veranda, making every sunset feel as if it is yours alone. Sitting area Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bathtub Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Standard Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival

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Vista Suite

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A quiet sanctuary. The sitting area of the Vista Suite has plenty of room to relax. Large picture windows frame panoramic ocean views. The perfect backdrop for breakfast in bed. One bedroom: 287 ft² / 27 m² Large picture window providing panoramic ocean views Sitting area Twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bathtub Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Direct-dial telephone Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Standard Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival

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Terrace Suite

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With a shared veranda, this accommodation provides an easy transition from peace and privacy to the energy and excitement of the onboard social scene. Some Terrace Suites accommodate three guests. Dimensions: 287 sq ft / 27m2 Shared teak veranda and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Sitting area. Twin beds or queen-sized bed. Marbled bathroom with double vanity, full-sized bath, separate shower. Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe. Vanity table with hair dryer. Writing desk. Flat screen television with DVD and satellite reception. Radio/Alarm with iPod docking station. Direct-dial telephone.

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Silver Suite

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Stylish and sophisticated. Separate dining and living rooms. Larger verandas. Situated midship. Perfection in design for comfortable living. Silver Suites accommodate three guests. One bedroom: 653–701 ft² / 61–65 m² including veranda Stylish and sophisticated. Separate dining and living rooms. Larger verandas. Situated midship. Perfection in design for comfortable living. Silver Suites accommodate three guests. One bedroom: 653–701 ft² / 61–65 m² including veranda Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) Sitting area Separate dining area Twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathroom with double vanity, full-sized bath and separate shower Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Bang & Olufsen audio system Illy Espresso Machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Complimentary interactive mobile content Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

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Royal 2 Suite

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Stately describes the Royal Suite. Commanding and majestic. Perfect for entertaining. Enough living space to roam. The pinnacle of good living. Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two-bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Veranda Suite. One bedroom:967–1,007 ft² / 90–94 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1,312–1,352 ft² / 122–126 m² including veranda Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area and bar Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized whirlpool tub, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Bose sound system Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

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Owner's 2 Suite

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The name Owner's Suite says it all. A stylish apartment. Prestigious and classic. For those who seek the superlative level of space, comfort and service on board. Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two-bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Vista Suite. One bedroom: 919 ft² / 85 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1,264 ft² / 117 m² including veranda Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two- bedroom has additional large picture window Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area and bar Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathrooms with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized whirlpool tub, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Bang & Olufsen audio system Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

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Owner's 1 Suite

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The name Owner's Suite says it all. A stylish apartment. Prestigious and classic. For those who seek the superlative level of space, comfort and service on board. Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two-bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Vista Suite. One bedroom: 919 ft² / 85 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1,264 ft² / 117 m² including veranda Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two- bedroom has additional large picture window Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area and bar Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathrooms with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized whirlpool tub, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Bang & Olufsen audio system Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

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Medallion Suite

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A mark of distinction. Sumptuous. Spacious. Rich textures and panoramic views surround you with distinguished luxury. An extravagant suite for an extravagant cruise. One bedroom: 521 ft² / 49 m² including veranda Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Living room with sitting area and dining area Twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized whirlpool bathtub Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Direct-dial telephone Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary interactive mobile content Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Illy Espresso machine Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

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Grand 2 Suite

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Expertly designed and exquisitely appointed. Ideal for entertaining friends while you cruise or enjoying a quiet dinner “at home”. Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two-bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Silversea Veranda Suite. One bedroom: 941–1,090 ft² / 87–101 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1,286–1,435 ft² / 119–133 m² including veranda Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area and bar Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathrooms with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized whirlpool tub, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Bang & Olufsen audio system Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Special chocolate welcome Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand Daily canape service

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Grand 1 Suite

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Expertly designed and exquisitely appointed. Ideal for entertaining friends while you cruise or enjoying a quiet dinner “at home”. Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two-bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Silversea Veranda Suite. One bedroom: 941–1,090 ft² / 87–101 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1,286–1,435 ft² / 119–133 m² including veranda Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area and bar Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathrooms with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized whirlpool tub, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Bang & Olufsen audio system Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Special chocolate welcome Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand Daily canape service

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Midship Veranda Suite

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A Silversea signature. Spacious and welcoming. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a furnished private teak veranda. Each spectacular sunset feels like it is yours alone. The Midship Veranda Suite offers preferred central location with identical accommodation to a Veranda Suite. Some Midship Veranda Suites accommodate three guests. Dimensions: 345 sq ft / 32m2 including veranda (60 sq ft / 6m2) Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Sitting area. Twin beds or queen-sized bed. Marbled bathroom with double vanity, full-sized bath, separate shower. Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe. Vanity table with hair dryer. Writing desk. Flat screen television with DVD and satellite reception. Radio/Alarm with iPod docking station. Direct-dial telephone(s).

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Superior Veranda Suite

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Located on the upper deck, and offering spectacular sunset views, the Superior Veranda Suite has all the comforts and luxury that you can expect aboard. A comfortable living space, attention to detail and a generous expanse of amenities, this stunning suite makes for a cosy home while on the seas. But perhaps this suite’s finest asset lies just outside, as floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a private veranda, making every sunset feel as if it is yours alone. Sitting area Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Twin beds or queen-sized bed Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bathtub Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Pillow menu Plush bathrobe and slippers Luxury bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Standard Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival

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The Ship - Silver Shadow

  • Occupancy388
  • Tonnage28,258 tons
  • Length610 ft (185.93 m)
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Award-winning Silver Shadow has all the hallmarks of extreme luxury at sea. With one of the highest space-to-guest ratios at sea, Silver Shadow is a firm favourite in the Silversea fleet. Authentic experiences. Simple pleasures. Shared moments. Silversea’s Millennium Class luxury cruise ships Silver Shadow and Silver Whisper offer you freedom and space to design your day. Slightly larger in size than ships Silver Cloud and Silver Wind, Silver Shadow retains Silversea’s essence – spacious suites, a complement of only 388 guests, superior service – paired with a lively cosmopolitan atmosphere and enhanced amenities. Aboard the Silver Shadow, energize body and soul with complimentary Pilates and yoga in the expanded fitness center. Savour fine wines and French gastronomy in La Dame, enjoy authentic Italian cuisine in La Terrazza, or simply gaze at endless ocean views from The Grill. Not forgetting the regional-inspired The Restaurant, dining at sea has never been so good.

Experience the Difference

  • Our ABTA membership & ATOL license protects all our package or tailormade holidays booked through ROL Cruise so you can book with confidence knowing you are fully protected
  • Award winning Cruise Miles® loyalty programme; with over 400,000 UK members
  • Winners of more than 50 Cruise Awards over the last 5 years
  • The UK's No.1 Independent Cruise Specialist; delivering impartial advice
  • Customer satisfaction at 98% and a Feefo score of 4.8/5.
  • Expert staff with over 1,000 years of combined travel expertise offering 5★ service
  • Flexible Payment Options Available
  • Celebrating our 25th year as a cruise-only specialist
  • Key strategic partner with the major cruise lines
  • Voted The UK & Ireland's No.1 Ocean Cruise Specialist in TTG's 2020 Top 50 Travel Agencies Awards
  • Ambassadors representing us and guiding our customers onboard and at key locations on their holidays

Frequently Asked Questions about Silversea

Does Silversea have a flexible cancellation policy?

Yes, Silversea does have a flexible cancellation policy.

You will be able to cancel your cruise up to 30 days prior to departure for all voyages until 31st December 2021 without penalties, when selecting a Future Cruise Credit.

This is applicable for all bookings made by 8pm 31st August 2021.

Terms & conditions apply. Excludes exclusive Reader Offers Limited Package Holidays.


Do I need a COVID-19 vaccine to travel aboard a Silversea cruise ship?

Yes, you will need to have both of your COVID-19 vaccinations with the last administered date at least 14 days prior to departure.


Last updated: 01.07.2021

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Booking conditions of Silversea and Reader Offers Limited Agency booking conditions apply. Fares are per person based on two adults sharing a suite, may increase or be withdrawn at any time. Offers apply to new bookings only. Savings are based on two adults sharing. Star ratings are Reader Offers Ltd classified. All-Inclusive drinks are subject to the cruise lines T&C’s. Free unlimited Wi-Fi is subject to further T&Cs and is limited to one device per guest. Free drinks are subject to the cruise lines T&Cs. Please note, all-inclusive element applies to the cruise only. Upgrades are subject to availability.^  Designated airline lounges are at selected airports. Business Class flights are from selected airports, subject to availability and T&Cs. Regional and Premium Class flights will incur supplementary costs and may require an additional overnight stay. Should the named hotel be unavailable, a suitable alternative will be supplied. Chauffeur transfers are based on two adults sharing, mileage is tiered depending on grade booked and applicable up to 60 miles each way, UK mainland only. Additional miles can be purchased at a supplement. Tours are subject to change, are non-transferable and may not be suitable for guests with mobility restrictions. On board spend is per suite and tiered depending on grade booked. Cherry blossom cannot be guaranteed. Medical Service includes: visits to the Ship Medical Center, medical services typically provided for which a fee is normally charged, any medical tests administered onboard and medications prescribed by the onboard doctor to treat an ailment. This will not include refills on any prescription drugs, the cost of transferring a guest to land based facility for treatment, medical evacuations, or any other costs incurred off the ship. Wildlife sightings are not guaranteed. Overnight stays on board the ship. Some images used are for illustrative purposes only. Cruise Miles T&Cs apply. E&OE.

Private UK Transfers are for flight-inclusive packages only up to 50 miles each way. Additional mileage will incur a supplement. Guests choosing to accept this service must complete their booking and agree to the terms and conditions provided by Blacklane on www.blacklane.com or their mobile application. Silversea will not be responsible for any delays that cause a guest to miss their flight and/or their cruise. Cruise line terms and conditions apply.

John Lewis Gift Card is based on one per booking, for UK mainland addresses only when booking an Ocean View cabin or above by 8pm 30th September 2021. The amount is tiered on cabin grade booked.

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