Silversea Savings, 2022-2023 Voyages

Whether you dream of a luxury voyage with lavish surroundings or a thrilling expedition to some of the most remote places on the planet, take time now to plan ahead and save 10% on voyages departing from January 2023 With voyages sailing to over 900 immersive destinations on all seven continents, the choices are remarkable and the savings are, too. Silversea fares include, ocean-view suites, wines and spirits throughout the ship to free WiFi, included gratuities, a butler for every suite and more.



Be the First to Experience Silversea’s Groundbreaking Expedition World Cruise 2022

If you’re the type of person that likes to get in on “firsts,” then you’re going to jump at the chance circumnavigate the far corners of the globe, on one spectacular vacation. Silversea’s Cruises just launched its First Ever Expedition World Cruise 2021. You’ll be able to book this once in a lifetime experience, sailing to 107 dazzling destinations.

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This experience of a lifetime affords guests such intimate and privileged access to exclusive events like a private dinner at Robert Louis Stevenson’s former home in Apia, Samoa Islands, a night at the illustrious China Club where you will enjoy a spectacular dinner on the 52nd floor of Singapore’s Capital tower and a bespoke banquet on the walkway of London’s most famous landmark, the Tower Bridge. More than simply pulling into port and embarking on an excursion, Silversea’s has dreamt up the most illustrious experiences meant to enhance the voyage, and elevate the senses.

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Curated to bring the beauty of the world to you, the Uncharted World Tour departs from Ushuaia, Argentina on January 30, 2021. The prestigious ice-class ship, Silver Cloud, will spend over 167 days at sea, covering 30 countries across six continents. If you’re familiar with the Silversea’s fleet, you’re aware of the unprecedented service and accommodations that lie ahead. Your home away from home boasts a serious interlude of exceptional epicurean fare, around the clock butler service for suite guests, and customized suite amenities from toiletries down to personalized stationery. Let your personal butler take pampering to the next level by chilling your preferred beverage, polishing your shoes, organizing and in-suite cocktail party and drawing a scented whirlpool bath. And that’s just on the ship. What lies ahead is a cultural mélange beyond the imagination.

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Explore the frozen continent of Antarctica, spend two days on Easter Island in French Polynesia and meet the descendants of the Bounty Mutineers in Pitcairn. Zodiacs allow for on water exploration of Australia’s Kimberley region. Come face to face with orangutans in their natural surroundings in Malaysia’s Borneo and experience a behind the scenes exploration of Luxor, Egypt before turning back the clock with the historical highlights of Greece, Albania, Tunisia, and Spain. But that is just the beginning. You will visit the ancient monastery of Mont St. Michel and all that the United Kingdom has to offer, concluding your trip by traveling deeper into Northern Europe’s impressive landscapes of Iceland, Svalbard and Norway’s North Cape.

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What does a trip of a lifetime cost? While Silver Cloud’s two-bedroom Owners Suite comes in at roughly $404,000 per person, the ships vista suites begin at $99,000 per person. The price includes business class air and charter flights from Santiago to Ushuaia as well as your expedition gear (commemorative World Cruise Polar exploration parka, a waterproof backpack, and various other items of clothing and accessories). delivered directly to their suites. But, can you really put a price on a journey around the world?

“The Expedition World Cruise 2021 has been specially crafted to unlock the world’s most amazing deep travel experiences for our guests,” says Conrad Combrink, Silversea’s Senior Vice President Expeditions and Destination Experiences. And that it does.

Best Gourmet Dining on Cruises

Cruise ships are turning the tide on epicurean adventures. Gone are the days of mass-produced baked Alaska and never-ending sub-par buffets. Instead, master chefs are focusing on quality ingredients and the latest gastronomical trends. These luxury cruise ships are known for their gourmet cuisine and innovative approaches on delicious dishes, so if you are a foodie, consider sailing on Seabourn, Silversea, or Oceania.


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Thanks to a partnership with Thomas Keller – the renowned chef of Michelin starred restaurants The French Laundry, Per Se, and Bouchon – Seabourn is raising the bar on its already award-winning cuisine. Keller’s team uses only the finest quality ingredients in a range of dishes from appetizers to entrees to desserts. “There is really no chef more accomplished or held in higher esteem than Chef Keller, and we are both honored and delighted to have a restaurateur of his stature take our onboard culinary offerings to an even higher level,” said Seabourn President Richard Meadows. Led by The Thomas Keller Restaurant group’s Chef de Cuisine Devin Knell, Seabourn’s culinary team will take part in extensive educational sessions and training on a host of gourmet dining options complemented by fine wines. Expect to find dishes such as Medallions of Elysian Fields Farm Lamb and Seared Jumbo Scallops on Potato Shallot Cake.

Silversea Cruises

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Silversea Cruise Line has implemented several enhancements to their already out of this world dining experiences. Guests are welcomed aboard with chilled champagne and Ars Italica caviar, which is available 24 hours a day. This noteworthy dish is just one of the top-grade ingredients that sets Silversea’s onboard dining apart from other cruise ships. Foie gras, truffles, tiger prawns and macarons are all of the highest quality. The cruise line recently announced a new culinary enrichment program: Sea and Land Taste. The immersive culinary experience will include ship-based and shoreside experiences such as market trips, food, and wine tastings and cooking classes. S.A.L.T will be inaugurated with the launch of Silver Moon in 2020.

Oceania Cruises

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Oceania Cruises is already recognized as the world’s leading culinary and destination focused cruises line, so it should come as no surprise that the cruise line expanded their focus by unveiling the most extensive and creative plant-based menus at sea. As healthy eating trends continue to rise, cruise lovers will be delighted with Oceania Cruise’s newest OceaniaNEXT innovation which will include more than 200 new healthy menu selections. “These new plant-based options are flavorful, colorful, bold, and creative,” stated Bob Binder, President & CEO of Oceania Cruises. A few of the new menu items include Korean Kimchi Soup and Crespelle alla Fiorentina with Spinach, Mushrooms, and Tomato Sauce. This new and innovative initiative joins the ship’s latest exclusive Dom Perignon Experience at La Reserve. This first of its kind dining experience pairs six palate piquing courses with a different expression and vintage of Dom Perignon’s acclaimed vintages.

Luxurious Ship Accommodations to Check Out Now

From in suite spas to private outdoor dining areas, cruise ships are taking luxe accommodations to the next level. If you’re looking to book one of the best suites at sea, you’re going to want to check out these extravagant apartments and lofts.

The Regent Suite: Seven Seas Splendor

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It’s only the “largest suite ever built on a luxury cruise ship,” and nothing short of 4,443 square feet of fabulousness. But just how fabulous is the Regent Suite? Well, let’s start with the in-suite spa retreat featuring a personal sauna, steam room and treatment area with unlimited, yes unlimited, spa treatments. Most impressive is the custom made $200,000 Vividus bed from renowned Swedish brand, Hasten. Your heavenly king-sized bed will, of course, be dressed with your preferred linens and pillows as well as your aromatic selection. Sitting on the 14th deck, the suite boasts unobstructed 270-degree views over the ships bow and a glass-enclosed solarium sitting area on top of the bridge. And then there is your butler, who makes sure there’s designer bath and skincare products ready in the bath, and coordinates a private car and driver for every port. With an all-inclusive price of $11,000 per night based on double occupancy, the Regent Suite is already sold out for nearly all of Seven Seas Splendor’s 2020 inaugural sailings, so if you’ll have to plan far in advanced for this deluxe suite.

The Owner’s Suite: Silversea

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Whether you choose to pamper yourself in the marble bathroom brimming with BVLGARI® bath amenities or watch the sunset from your veranda, one thing is for sure, the exclusive Owner’s Suite is a relaxing time for even the most pampered traveler. Choose between one- or two-bedroom options boasting 1292 and 1668 square feet respectively, including the veranda. The prestigious suite comes with a personal butler, walk-in wardrobe, a bathroom featuring a full-sized tub and separate shower plus a powder room and of course, extreme sunset views.

Royal Loft Suite: Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas

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Baby grand piano? Check. Library? Check. Indoor and outdoor dining rooms? Check. No stone has been left unturned in the extravagant Royal Loft Suite. While the suites vary among ships, we love the two-deck-high stateroom on Anthem of the Seas. The main level boasts an open living/dining room with a dry bar, a convertible sofa, and a media room. The expansive balcony and outdoor dining area is the perfect place to share a meal under the stars, and the open floor plan translates to spacious living. You’ll find the master bedroom on the second floor. The exclusive retreat features a soaking tub, shower and two sinks along with a private balcony boasting a dual whirlpool tub.

Our Favorite Ships to Sail in the South Pacific

A treasure trove of natural beauty, the South Pacific has been a sought-after destination among distinguished travelers for decades. If you’re thinking of setting sail to the islands of sun and sand, check out our top three cruises to the South Pacific.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

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What makes Regent stand apart from other luxury cruise ships sailing to the South Pacific? The all-inclusive travel experiences. Free roundtrip air on intercontinental flights, open bars and lounges, free unlimited shore excursions; and that’s just the beginning. It’s as if every luxury imaginable is included. So, enjoy sipping champagne at a sophisticated lounge or tasting freshly prepared French or Pan Asian fare at one of the ships specialty restaurants, all at no extra cost. Since there is so much to see off the ship – thanks to immersive cultural and local port excursions – it’s hard to imagine wanting to spend time onboard. But don’t discount the immeasurable onboard activities and world-class accommodations. Known for the legendary Canyon Ranch Spa, there is no better way to restore your mind, body, and spirit than an indulging spa treatment.


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From the mountains of New Guinea to remote lagoons, Silversea delivers unprecedented luxury both on and off the ship. Especially appealing to those who crave a more intimate sailing experience, Silversea prides itself on providing an attentive staff (including butler service), lavish accommodations, and perfectly curated shore excursions. Adding to the ease of traveling, Silversea all-inclusive amenities mean that the divine cuisine prepared by world-class chefs and the full butler service is all included in your cruise. If you prefer the peace of your own private verandah, simply grab your favorite spirit or wine from your in-suite mini-fridge, that has been stocked according to your preferences or explore the many indulgent flavors of the ship’s restaurants. The beauty of the restaurant is Silversea’s open seating policy, which means you can dine at your leisure. If these luxury amenities aren’t enough to convince you to sail to the South Pacific on Silversea, all expedition activities and onboard lectures are also part of the all-inclusive experience.

Oceania Cruises

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Oceania also tops our list of South Pacific cruises. While all-inclusive options are typically only run for limited times, if you are lucky enough to book an OLife Choice, you will have the opportunity to take advantage of roundtrip airfare as well as one of the following: eight free shore excursions, a free beverage package or an $800 shipboard credit per stateroom. Sailing through the aqua waters of the South Pacific, you’ll stop at breathtaking ports visiting one of the world’s tallest waterfall, Cascade Tevaipo, the crystal waters of Yejele Beach and a plethora of beautiful rain forests. Onboard accommodations include well-appointed staterooms boasting spacious accommodations, exclusive Prestige Tranquility bedding, and Bulgari amenities. Whether you’re relaxing at the prestigious Canyon Ranch Spa, retreating to your luxurious stateroom, or reveling in the culinary masterpieces, there’s no doubt your voyage on Oceania will exceed expectations.

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