Silversea Unveils “Controtempo World Cruise 2025”

Silversea Cruises has launched an exclusive pre-sale on its “Controtempo World Cruise 2025,” inviting guests to sail to 59 destinations in 30 countries across four continents. The 136-day cruise will depart Tokyo for New York on January 13, 2025 aboard Silver Dawn, marking the first time a Muse-class ship has hosted a world cruise.

Roberto Martinoli, president and CEO, Silversea Cruises, said: “Controtempo, a musical term that means ‘off-tempo,’ will take guests closer to the authentic heartbeat of iconic and off-the-beaten-path destinations. We will be traveling to an unusual rhythm, from East to West, with more time ashore in unconventional seasons. For the first time, we will host our World Cruise aboard our beautiful Silver Dawn—a slightly larger ship with a capacity of 596—which pays testament to the high demand we are seeing for extended voyages. Most importantly, guests will enjoy an enhanced experience aboard Silver Dawn, with the choice of eight restaurants; eight bars and lounges; our immersive culinary program, ‘S.A.L.T.’; and our indulgent wellness program, Otium. This is the invitation to gain a different perspective on the world, in true Silversea style.”

The “Controtempo World Cruise 2025” will incorporate 33 overnight calls, seven exclusive events, three optional overland programs and 19 maiden calls. It will include iconic cities and remote destinations and is divided into 10 segments: Tokyo to Hong Kong (January 13-27); Hong Kong to Singapore (January 27-February 7); Singapore to Mumbai (February 7-24); Mumbai to Istanbul (February 24-March 16); Istanbul to Naples (March 16-25); Naples to Lisbon (March 25-April 3); Lisbon to Southampton (April 3-12); Southampton to Stockholm (April 12-30); Stockholm to Reykjavik (April 30-May 13); and Reykjavik to New York (May 13-29).

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