Silversea Opens General Sales on World Cruise 2024

Building on its collection of world cruises, Silversea Cruises has opened general sales on its World Cruise 2024, “Far East-West,” designed to cater to strong demand for far-flung destinations. The cruise line is already offering two global voyages, one each in 2022 and 2023. The 132-day Pacific-focused 2024 voyage will depart San Francisco aboard Silver Shadow on January 15, 2024, before calling in 65 destinations across 14 countries, including 40 new destinations for a Silversea world cruise.

Following calls in the Pacific’s remote islands of Hawaii, Samoa and Fiji, among others, guests will continue onto Australia and New Zealand, which will be followed by an extended period in Southeast Asia, with calls in Bali (Benoa), Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City, as well as many lesser-visited destinations. Thereafter, it will sail for China and Japan. Subsequent explorations of the Russian Far East and Alaska mark inaugural calls to the regions for a Silversea World Cruise. With 23 overnight stays, guests will have many opportunities for deeper immersion into the select destinations. 

Also on offer would be a series of world cruise events and overland programs, such as an “Evening on the USS Missouri” in Honolulu, Hawaii, or an overland to Uluru, the spiritual center for Australia’s indigenous population.

The ultra-luxury cruise line’s arts-inspired world cruise 2023, entitled “South Side Story - All the World’s a Stage,” fully sold out on the day of its general opening. The voyage will take guests on exploration of the Southern Hemisphere, calling in 66 destinations in 34 countries, across five continents.

Silversea’s 2022 Expedition World Cruise, the “Uncharted World Tour,” is a 167-day expedition, while the “Tale of Tales 2022” has a 137-day itinerary.

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