Silversea is renowned for luxury cruises that transport guests to unusual ports and far-flung lands. Its voyages are made for adventure in beautiful destinations that will make your heart sing and send you home with unforgettable memories. And now, the cruise line has released more than 300 new ports of call for its 2018 and 2019 luxury cruises.
New ports on classic Silversea cruises
Just when you thought the ports on Silversea cruises couldn’t get any more exciting, the cruise line has launched stops in destinations across the globe. From communes in Italy to famous birthplaces in India, the new ports include:
- Ithaca, Greek Isles – home to ancient ruins, breath-taking harbour villages, wilderness walks and, in Greek legend, the hero Odysseus.
- Rovinj, Croatia – a picturesque Croatian fishing town webbed with steep cobbled streets and piazzas.
- Piran, Slovenia – its Old Town boasts Venetian Gothic architecture and is one of the best-preserved historical towns anywhere on the Adriatic.
- Tadoussac, Québec – one of the best places to spot whales in Canada. Keep your eyes peeled for belugas and minke whales swimming close to shore.
- Porbandar, India – the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi and Sudama, Lord Krishna’s friend and devotee.
- Aitutaki, the Cook Islands – a secluded turquoise lagoon made for romance and relaxation.
- Karimunjawa, Indonesia – an island chain in Central Java fringed by stunning coral reefs.
- Montego Bay, Jamaica – home to perfectly white, sandy beaches and glamorous resorts.
New ports on Silversea expeditions
Silversea expedition cruises are once-in-a-lifetime voyages that already sail to some of the most inaccessible ports on the planet. And now, Silversea has added even more expedition cruise ports for 2018:
- Ísafjörður, Iceland – dramatic landscapes surround this town in the Westfjords region of Iceland.
- Ambohitralanana, Madagascar – experience traditional life in this remote part of Madagascar.
- Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica – one of the world’s most biodiverse regions home to scarlet macaws, jaguars and tapirs.
- Bo Cho Island, Myanmar – home to stunning natural beauty and some of the best seafood in the world.
- Adamstown, the Pitcairn Islands – the smallest and most remote inhabited place in the world, immortalised in Mutiny on the Bounty.
- Alberto de Agostini National Park, Chile – one of Patagonia’s wildest regions that is only accessible by boat.
- Ayon Island, Russia – an island of low-lying tundra populated by the Chukchi reindeer herders.
- Sea Lion Island, the Falkland Islands – home to the largest colony of elephant seals in the world.
New ports on 2019 Silversea cruises
2018 luxury cruises aren’t the only ones to have been gifted new ports by Silversea. You can also sail to these brand new destinations in 2019:
- Porta Santo Stefano, Italy – a stunning Tuscan municipality with gorgeous sandy beaches, lush green countryside and a collection of Spanish fortresses.
- Haines, Alaska – a tranquil town home to bald eagles near Glacier Bay National Park.
- Falmouth, Antigua – a glamorous port fringed by superyachts and scattered with rainforests.
- Sanya, China – a modern beach resort with golden shores and azure blue waters.
- Lyttelton, New Zealand – nestled near Christchurch, this historic port brims with bohemian artists, quirky shops and quaint cafes.
Would you like to experience some of these new Silversea ports of call on your next luxury cruise? Call our Cruise Concierge team on 0808 202 6105 to discuss your requirements and find your perfect voyage.