Silversea Cruises will offer a new, limited edition, Australian spa treatment aboard Silver Muse during the ultra-luxury ship’s inaugural sailing to the region. The Jindilli Massage, will be available on board the ship when it sails in local waters between January and February 2019.
The new Jindilli (a Southern Queensland indigenous term for macadamia) Massage concentrates on the home-grown, medicinal properties of macadamia and eucalyptus oils, which are native to Australia and sourced from the Glass House Mountain region. The full-body massage has been designed with complete relaxation in mind. Guests will unwind and release harboured stress as they breathe in the essence of eucalyptus, known for its soothing properties. This flowering tree from eucalypt forests is blended with macadamia oil to soothe aching muscles and remedy tension build up.
The Zagara Spa by Silversea is a sanctuary of bliss, offering guests a variety of relaxing treatments and facilities. Whilst in the Spa, guests can enjoy sweeping sea views through floor-to-ceiling windows, nine treatment rooms, an acupuncture suite, relaxation areas and a dedicated outdoor whirlpool. Invigorating therapies include facials, body wraps and massages. In addition, men’s and women’s saunas and steam rooms offer guests the perfect place to relax, either before a spa treatment or after a workout.
“For the maiden call of our ultra-luxurious flagship in Australia, we have designed a truly indulgent massage with our OneSpaWorld partner, inspired by local produce and regional traditions,” says Alessandra Rossi Derubeis, Silversea’s Vice President of On-board Revenue Management. “Using eucalyptus and macadamia oils enables our guests to fully unwind and benefit from the medicinal qualities of typical Australian produce, evoking the essence of the destination.”
Silver Muse will make her inaugural sailing to Australia from Bali on 21 December, 2018, arriving in Darwin on 26 December and Sydney on 6 January, 2019. Silver Muse will arrive in Auckland on 19 January, 2019 for her inaugural visit and will then offer a number of sailings between Australia and New Zealand. Maiden ports of call include: Darwin, Cairns, Townsville, Airlie Beach, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Burnie, Port Chalmers, Akaroa, Picton, Napier, Gisborne, Auckland, Tauranga, and Lyttelton.
In February 2019, Silver Muse departs on her Grand Asia Pacific Voyage (Sydney to Tokyo – 74 days). Silver Muse will return in 2019/20 and stay for over four months (late November to end of March).
Fares for a 16-day cruise from Bali to Sydney, departing 21 December, start from AU$13,500* per person, based on double occupancy in a Vista Suite.
*Fares are subject to change and may be withdrawn at any time. Terms and conditions apply.