Silversea unveils 80-destination world cruise

Silversea has announced a new 149-day world cruise set to take place on Silver Dawn in 2027. 

The Three Oceans World Cruise itinerary will depart from Los Angeles on January 8 and arrive in Copenhagen on June 7, calling at 80 destinations in 35 countries. 

The sailing includes 20 new ports of call and 11 overnight stays. 

Silver Dawn has a 596-guest capacity and is said to be “one of the smallest ships to embark on a World Cruise”.

During the 46-day Pacific Ocean leg from Los Angeles to Brisbane, guests will visit Hawaii; several French Polynesia islands including Bora Bora and Moorea; Apia, Samoa; Lautoka, Fiji; Champagne Beach, Vanuatu; Lifou, New Caledonia; Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays; and Darwin. 

Silver Dawn will then sail across the Indian Ocean between Brisbane and Cape Town, with stops including a visit to the Great Barrier Reef, seven days exploring South Africa with safari experiences, and a two-night overland trip from Durban to Port Elizabeth to see Victoria Falls. 

Guests will also call at Bali, Singapore, Sri Lanka, the Maldives and the Seychelles. 

Finally, the ship will sail along the west coast of Africa and to various destinations throughout the western Mediterranean and northern Europe. 

Silversea’s president Bert Hernandez said: “Calling in more destinations than any voyage in Silversea’s history, we proudly unveil The Three Oceans World Cruise 2027, which broadens our industry-leading offering of extended voyages.

“[Guests] will explore more than 50 Unesco World Heritage Sites, discover 20 destinations that have never been visited on a Silversea World Cruise and attend four exclusive World Cruise events – bespoke experiences, curated by our team of experts.”

Sales will open on June 27.

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