Luxury cruises to worldwide destinations
Silversea have long been at the forefront of luxury cruising, their ground-breaking itineraries constantly pushing the boundaries of worldwide travel. And, they’re continuing the trend with their 2023/2024 collection, introducing even more unchartered and unexpected destinations and several first-time itineraries.
Indeed, guests will be able to choose from an incredible range of 690 ports, spread across 125 countries and all seven continents, from the wilds of Africa to the depths of Antarctica. Look out for 62 brand-new destinations as well as some exciting, first-time expedition cruises to the likes of the Baltic Sea and Arabian Peninsula.
Discover Silversea's 2023/24 collection
Silversea guests can now enjoy door-to-door chauffeur transfers, meaning the Silversea experience now starts from the moment you leave your home. That’s alongside included airfares, shore excursions, premium alcoholic drinks, fine dining, live entertainment, gratuities and butler service.
2023/2024 Voyage highlights
With so much to choose from, you might be hard pressed to know where to start. To point you in the right direction, our cruise specialists have picked out a selection of their favourite voyages below.
London to Hamburg on Silver Wind
Experience the very best of the UK’s islands and coast in style on this 12-day voyage, setting sale from London’s iconic Tower Bridge and taking in everything from the old-word charm of the picturesque Scilly Islands to seabird spotting on the Isle of Man. You’ll also be treated to an in-depth appreciation of a tapestry of Scottish ports, including Iona with its historic abbey, wildlife-rich Loch Scavaig and the wonderfully remote islands of St Kilda and the Orkneys. It’s then on via Lindisfarne to Hamburg where you’ll disembark.
Cape to Cape Expedition on Silver Cloud
This is a rare chance to explore the remote island of the southern Atlantic. Sailing between the wilds of Patagonia in Chile to South Africa’s mother city, Cape Town, you’ll visit nine exciting ports across five spellbinding countries. Take in the huge penguin and albatross populations of the Falkland Islands, the magnificent fjords of South Georgia and one of the world’s remotest outposts – Tristan de Cunha. Breath-taking and truly unforgettable, this voyage truly is an adventure of a lifetime.
Norwegian Fjords on Silver Dawn
This voyage will see you explore some of the northern hemisphere’s most beautiful regions. Sailing out from Copenhagen, you’ll call into Gothenburg in Sweden before arriving in Bergen, the southern gateway to Norway’s famous western fjords. Explore the delights of Flåm with its world-famous railway, then head to pretty Geiranger and on to Ålesund with its gorgeous sea views and historic, Art Nouveau centre.
Your journey, and the landscapes, become more epic still as you cross the Arctic Circle to visit Tromso and sail the North Cape, the most northerly point in mainland Europe. This really is a spectacular voyage, made all the more memorable with included business class flights and the chance to enjoy all the luxuries of one of Silversea’s newest ships – Silver Dawn.
Canada & Nova Scotia on Silver Shadow
This new-for-2023 itinerary is the perfect showcase for the natural and urban delights of Canada’s Atlantic coast. You’ll begin amid the cobblestones and 18th-century buildings of Québec City, North America’s oldest French-speaking city. Then, having sailed up the St Lawrence River, you’ll explore remote islands, hidden bays and wildlife-rich national parks home to humpback, minke and blue whales. Take in the region’s myriad highlights with a host of included experiences, from Zodiac cruises to guided hikes.
British Airways Sale now on
The British Airways Sale is now on, with superb savings to a wide range of destinations. Book by 30 May 2023.
This in-depth appreciation of Scandinavia sees you explore some of its most famed destinations under the Midnight Sun on the luxury Silver Dawn, including Copenhagen, Gothenburg, the Lofoten Islands and some of Norway's most famous fjords.