This week Silversea’s flagship vessel, Silver Muse departed Singapore for Sydney, returning to Australia and New Zealand for her longest season to date. Currently in Bali, Indonesia, Silver Muse will arrive in Sydney on 5 December 2019. The luxurious ship will stay in the Australia-Pacific region until the end of March, transporting guests in complete luxury on numerous sailings between Auckland and Sydney, including maiden calls in Hobart, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands.
Silver Muse’s next port of call will be her first in Australia for the season. Arriving in Darwin on 25 November she will set sail along Australia’s east coast, making ports of call at Cairns, Townsville and Brisbane, before sailing under the harbour bridge and into Sydney. Offering guests a home away from home, the luxurious Silver Muse will sail between Sydney and Auckland, transporting guests in understated Italian elegance which is apparent on board each of Silversea’s intimate vessels.
“We are thrilled to welcome back our stunning flagship vessel, Silver Muse to Australia and New Zealand,” said Adam Armstrong, Managing Director Australia and New Zealand, Silversea Cruises.
“We are continuing to increase the range of unique destinations on offer and this season Silver Muse will make maiden ports of call in the Pacific Islands, Hobart, Bluff, Timaru and Wellington. We are absolutely committed to the growth of the Australia and New Zealand market, which we expect to soon become our second biggest market globally.”
For those guests missing out this season, Silver Muse returns to the region in 2020, offering a complete circumnavigation Australia, where guests will have the incredible opportunity to discover one of the world’s most exhilarating continents. Departing Sydney on 31 October 2020 guests will discover the delights of Australia, New Zealand and Indonesia on this once in a lifetime voyage over 50 days, including overnights in Perth, Bali, Cairns and Sydney.”
Silversea travels over 1,000 destinations worldwide, more than any other cruise line, and its itineraries feature worldwide voyages to the Mediterranean, Caribbean, both Polar Regions, The Russian Far East, the Galapagos Islands, Australia and New Zealand and many other fascinating destinations in between.