Silversea Cruises enhances in-suite entertainment

National Geographic and Sport 24 channels added to the line-up

Go back to the enewsletter

Silversea Cruises has upgraded in-suite television programming across its fleet of intimate ships. In effect since 1 January 2019, the National Geographic and Sport 24 channels are now offered in the line-up of viewing options, which includes reputable international networks such as BBC World News and Fox News as well as new-release movies. As part of the enhancement, guests will now be able to watch live football and basketball fixtures among other significant broadcasts.

Building on Silversea’s deep travel offering, National Geographic is enhancing guests’ cruise experiences with fascinating series and documentaries on travel and science. Screened aboard all Silversea ships, which unlock the authentic beauty of over 900 of the world’s most remarkable destinations for guests, the National Geographic program mix includes content that offers guests a deep understanding of the amazing people, cultures and destinations they may be visiting on their cruise, depending on the itinerary.

Now with the Sport 24 channel, Silversea guests are also able to watch many of their favourite sports competitions while sailing to far-off lands. Owned and produced by IMG, a global leader in sports, events and media, the Sport 24 channel delivers the drama and excitement of live sporting action from around the world, including such professional associations and events as the National Hockey League, National Basketball Association, Premier League, Bundesliga, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Rugby World Cup, Grand Slam tennis tournaments and golf’s major championships.

The selection is enhanced as part of the cruise line’s ongoing Invictus Project, a long-term plan to grow and improve Silversea’s already luxurious fleet of ships. Silversea’s in-suite entertainment offering is now among the best at sea: guests enjoy up to 100 blockbuster movies, including approximately 20 new releases each month; 90 hours of destination and documentary content, tailored according to the sailed destination; and an additional 150 hours of television shows.

Find more information, click here.

Go back to the enewsletter

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

WP to LinkedIn Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com