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VENETIAN

WORLD

ODYSSEY

115 DAYS. 6 CONTINENTS. 31 COUNTRIES. 51 PORTS.

WC14228-P | PRINTED IN THE USA

2016

JANUARY 5 – APRIL 30, 2016

VENICE, ITALY

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VENETIAN

WORLD

ODYSSEY

115 DAYS. 6 CONTINENTS. 31 COUNTRIES. 51 PORTS.

WC14228-P | PRINTED IN THE USA

2016

JANUARY 5 – APRIL 30, 2016

VENICE, ITALY

1

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N O R TH AMERICA

along the FranKIncenSe traIl

Venice

dubai, u.a.e. to Venice, Italy

Dubrovnik Kotor Corfu

From the great BarrIer reeF to BalI & Beyond

PaSSage to ancIent cIVIlISatIonS — Panama canal & Peru

Sydney, australia to hong Kong, china Souda Bay, Crete

EUROPE Port Said

Suez Canal Sharm El Sheikh Safaga

Fort lauderdale, Florida to lima, Peru

Haifa Ashdod Aqaba

No doubt there are other world cruises that can take you to places of wonder or are shrouded in mystery. Exotic destinations like Easter Island with its enigmatic moai, or the hauntingly beautiful city of Petra. But it’s what you experience once you arrive that is the true barometre of a great journey. The insider access, small-group excursions and private arrangements. The lectures and cultural events that provide a more profound understanding of a land and its people. This is the true joy of exploring the world with Silversea. Highly personalised travel combined with an uncompromising commitment to service. Authentic, experiential … and uniquely our own.

ASIA Dubai

Fort Lauderdale

Hong Kong Ha Long Bay

Muscat

Mumbai

Yangon

Key West

Ko Samui Bangkok

Salalah

AF R I C A

mySterIeS, marVelS & maSqueradeS

PACIFIC OCEAN

Manila Cochin

Sandakan

Phuket Colombo

Puerto Limon

Ho Chi Minh City

Panama Canal

Penang

Papeete, French Polynesia to Sydney, australia

Singapore

Singapore to dubai, u.a.e. ATLANTIC OCEAN

Manta

under the Southern croSS

Port Klang

along the SPIce route

Bora Bora Thursday Island

Bali

Salaverry Callao

Papeete

Darwin Cairns

cruISIng the South chIna Sea

Moorea Fakarava

SOUTH AMERICA

Rarotonga

hong Kong, china to Singapore

A UST R A L I A

INDIAN OCEAN

Brisbane

Sydney

Pitcairn Island Easter Island

Bay of Islands Auckland Tauranga

ancIent naVIgatorS oF the South PacIFIc lima, Peru to Papeete, French Polynesia

the BeneFItS oF a Full world cruISe An impressive array of value-added benefits and exclusive cultural events … all designed to make Venetian World Odyssey 2016 truly a voyage of a lifetime. Roundtrip Business Class Air*

VENETIAN WORLD ODYSSEY 2016 It is an experience that transcends all others, a journey that combines the world’s most intriguing destinations with the pleasures of sailing aboard one of Silversea’s highly celebrated, smaller ships — exquisite cuisine, lasting friendships, a butler to pamper you with personalised attention … and, of course, all the other indulgences a voyage this momentous deserves. In 115 days you’ll visit 51 ports on 6 continents, enjoying 12 overnight stays to give you ample time to explore further afield. But perhaps what you’ll appreciate most of all is the degree to which you can personalise your journey with concierge services and private arrangements that allow you to probe deeper into the regions that interest you most. For a grand finale, we also include two nights in Venice, Italy, the inspiration for our Venetian Society loyalty programme and a proud reflection of our Italian heritage. Benvenuto.

TRANSFERS

Embark: Airport/Luxury Hotel – Private Transfer Luxury Hotel/Pier – Small Group Transfer Disembark: Pier/Airport – Small Group Transfer $4,000 Onboard Spending Credit† Per Double Occupancy Suite *Restrictions apply † See Terms and Conditions for full details

GALA BON VOYAGE RECEPTION

Dinner and Overnight Accommodations January 4, 2016 Mandarin Oriental Miami

Special Commemorative Gifts

THREE EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENTS

Complimentary Silver Shore Baggage Valet Between Home and Ship in Fort Lauderdale and Venice

Island in the Harbour (Sydney) Lunch at the Taj Mahal Masked Ball in Venice

Complimentary Internet Package*

THREE SILVERSEA EXPERIENCES®

for Guests Travelling 50+ days: Easter Island Junks of Ha Long Bay Music in Muscat

Complimentary Laundry Service*

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N O R TH AMERICA

along the FranKIncenSe traIl

Venice

dubai, u.a.e. to Venice, Italy

Dubrovnik Kotor Corfu

From the great BarrIer reeF to BalI & Beyond

PaSSage to ancIent cIVIlISatIonS — Panama canal & Peru

Sydney, australia to hong Kong, china Souda Bay, Crete

EUROPE Port Said

Suez Canal Sharm El Sheikh Safaga

Fort lauderdale, Florida to lima, Peru

Haifa Ashdod Aqaba

No doubt there are other world cruises that can take you to places of wonder or are shrouded in mystery. Exotic destinations like Easter Island with its enigmatic moai, or the hauntingly beautiful city of Petra. But it’s what you experience once you arrive that is the true barometre of a great journey. The insider access, small-group excursions and private arrangements. The lectures and cultural events that provide a more profound understanding of a land and its people. This is the true joy of exploring the world with Silversea. Highly personalised travel combined with an uncompromising commitment to service. Authentic, experiential … and uniquely our own.

ASIA Dubai

Fort Lauderdale

Hong Kong Ha Long Bay

Muscat

Mumbai

Yangon

Key West

Ko Samui Bangkok

Salalah

AFRICA

mySterIeS, marVelS & maSqueradeS

PACIFIC OCEAN

Manila Cochin

Sandakan

Phuket Colombo

Puerto Limon

Ho Chi Minh City

Panama Canal

Penang

Papeete, French Polynesia to Sydney, australia

Singapore

Singapore to dubai, u.a.e. ATLANTIC OCEAN

Manta

under the Southern croSS

Port Klang

along the SPIce route

Bora Bora Thursday Island

Bali

Salaverry Callao

Papeete

Darwin Cairns

cruISIng the South chIna Sea

Moorea Fakarava

SOUTH AMERICA

Rarotonga

hong Kong, china to Singapore

A UST R A L I A

INDIAN OCEAN

Brisbane

Sydney

Pitcairn Island Easter Island

Bay of Islands Auckland Tauranga

ancIent naVIgatorS oF the South PacIFIc lima, Peru to Papeete, French Polynesia

the BeneFItS oF a Full world cruISe An impressive array of value-added benefits and exclusive cultural events … all designed to make Venetian World Odyssey 2016 truly a voyage of a lifetime. Roundtrip Business Class Air*

VENETIAN WORLD ODYSSEY 2016 It is an experience that transcends all others, a journey that combines the world’s most intriguing destinations with the pleasures of sailing aboard one of Silversea’s highly celebrated, smaller ships — exquisite cuisine, lasting friendships, a butler to pamper you with personalised attention … and, of course, all the other indulgences a voyage this momentous deserves. In 115 days you’ll visit 51 ports on 6 continents, enjoying 12 overnight stays to give you ample time to explore further afield. But perhaps what you’ll appreciate most of all is the degree to which you can personalise your journey with concierge services and private arrangements that allow you to probe deeper into the regions that interest you most. For a grand finale, we also include two nights in Venice, Italy, the inspiration for our Venetian Society loyalty programme and a proud reflection of our Italian heritage. Benvenuto.

TRANSFERS

Embark: Airport/Luxury Hotel – Private Transfer Luxury Hotel/Pier – Small Group Transfer Disembark: Pier/Airport – Small Group Transfer $4,000 Onboard Spending Credit† Per Double Occupancy Suite *Restrictions apply † See Terms and Conditions for full details

GALA BON VOYAGE RECEPTION

Dinner and Overnight Accommodations January 4, 2016 Mandarin Oriental Miami

Special Commemorative Gifts

THREE EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENTS

Complimentary Silver Shore Baggage Valet Between Home and Ship in Fort Lauderdale and Venice

Island in the Harbour (Sydney) Lunch at the Taj Mahal Masked Ball in Venice

Complimentary Internet Package*

THREE SILVERSEA EXPERIENCES®

for Guests Travelling 50+ days: Easter Island Junks of Ha Long Bay Music in Muscat

Complimentary Laundry Service*

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SI LVE R SE A. C OM/ W OR L D C R UI SE 2016

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2


N O R TH AMERICA

along the FranKIncenSe traIl

Venice

dubai, u.a.e. to Venice, Italy

Dubrovnik Kotor Corfu

From the great BarrIer reeF to BalI & Beyond

PaSSage to ancIent cIVIlISatIonS — Panama canal & Peru

Sydney, australia to hong Kong, china Souda Bay, Crete

EUROPE Port Said

Suez Canal Sharm El Sheikh Safaga

Fort lauderdale, Florida to lima, Peru

Haifa Ashdod Aqaba

No doubt there are other world cruises that can take you to places of wonder or are shrouded in mystery. Exotic destinations like Easter Island with its enigmatic moai, or the hauntingly beautiful city of Petra. But it’s what you experience once you arrive that is the true barometre of a great journey. The insider access, small-group excursions and private arrangements. The lectures and cultural events that provide a more profound understanding of a land and its people. This is the true joy of exploring the world with Silversea. Highly personalised travel combined with an uncompromising commitment to service. Authentic, experiential … and uniquely our own.

ASIA Dubai

Fort Lauderdale

Hong Kong Ha Long Bay

Muscat

Mumbai

Yangon

Key West

Ko Samui Bangkok

Salalah

AFRICA

mySterIeS, marVelS & maSqueradeS

PACIFIC OCEAN

Manila Cochin

Sandakan

Phuket Colombo

Puerto Limon

Ho Chi Minh City

Panama Canal

Penang

Papeete, French Polynesia to Sydney, australia

Singapore

Singapore to dubai, u.a.e. ATLANTIC OCEAN

Manta

under the Southern croSS

Port Klang

along the SPIce route

Bora Bora Thursday Island

Bali

Salaverry Callao

Papeete

Darwin Cairns

cruISIng the South chIna Sea

Moorea Fakarava

SOUTH AMERICA

Rarotonga

hong Kong, china to Singapore

A UST R A L I A

INDIAN OCEAN

Brisbane

Sydney

Pitcairn Island Easter Island

Bay of Islands Auckland Tauranga

ancIent naVIgatorS oF the South PacIFIc lima, Peru to Papeete, French Polynesia

the BeneFItS oF a Full world cruISe An impressive array of value-added benefits and exclusive cultural events … all designed to make Venetian World Odyssey 2016 truly a voyage of a lifetime. Roundtrip Business Class Air*

VENETIAN WORLD ODYSSEY 2016 It is an experience that transcends all others, a journey that combines the world’s most intriguing destinations with the pleasures of sailing aboard one of Silversea’s highly celebrated, smaller ships — exquisite cuisine, lasting friendships, a butler to pamper you with personalised attention … and, of course, all the other indulgences a voyage this momentous deserves. In 115 days you’ll visit 51 ports on 6 continents, enjoying 12 overnight stays to give you ample time to explore further afield. But perhaps what you’ll appreciate most of all is the degree to which you can personalise your journey with concierge services and private arrangements that allow you to probe deeper into the regions that interest you most. For a grand finale, we also include two nights in Venice, Italy, the inspiration for our Venetian Society loyalty programme and a proud reflection of our Italian heritage. Benvenuto.

TRANSFERS

Embark: Airport/Luxury Hotel – Private Transfer Luxury Hotel/Pier – Small Group Transfer Disembark: Pier/Airport – Small Group Transfer $4,000 Onboard Spending Credit† Per Double Occupancy Suite *Restrictions apply † See Terms and Conditions for full details

GALA BON VOYAGE RECEPTION

Dinner and Overnight Accommodations January 4, 2016 Mandarin Oriental Miami

Special Commemorative Gifts

THREE EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENTS

Complimentary Silver Shore Baggage Valet Between Home and Ship in Fort Lauderdale and Venice

Island in the Harbour (Sydney) Lunch at the Taj Mahal Masked Ball in Venice

Complimentary Internet Package*

THREE SILVERSEA EXPERIENCES®

for Guests Travelling 50+ days: Easter Island Junks of Ha Long Bay Music in Muscat

Complimentary Laundry Service*

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VENETIAN WORLD ODYSSEY 2016 aBoard SIlVer whISPer January 5 – April 30, 2016 Date

Depart

4

17-18 Cruise Coral Sea

Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA Pre-Cruise Gala & Overnight At the Mandarin Oriental Miami Embark Silver Whisper Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA 8:00

Brisbane, Australia

19

Cairns, Australia

20

Cairns, Australia

18:00

22

Cruise Coral Sea

17:00

22

Thursday Island, Australia

23

Cruise Arafura Sea Darwin, Australia

6

Key West, FL, USA

7-8

Cruise Caribbean Sea

9

Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

8:00

16:00

24

10

Panama Canal Transit

6:00

19:00

25-26 Cruise Timor Sea

11

Cruise Pacific Ocean

12

Manta, Ecuador

13

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

14

Salaverry, Peru

8:00

15

Callao (Lima), Peru

8:00

16

Callao (Lima), Peru

9:00

19:00

14:00

22:00

17-21 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 22

Easter Island, Chile

8:00

17:00

23-24 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 25 AGRA, INDIA

Arrive

16

5

MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA

Date

MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2016 SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

VENICE, ITALY

Arrive

Pitcairn Island

12:00

18:00

26-27 Cruise South Pacific Ocean

8:00

Depart

23:00

8:00 19:00

Date

Arrive

25

Cruise Andaman Sea

26

Yangon, Myanmar

27

Yangon, Myanmar

28

Yangon, Myanmar

Depart

9:00

18:00

29-31 Cruise Bay of Bengal 7:00

9:00

12:00

19:00

9:00

FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 2016 1

Colombo, Sri Lanka

2

Cochin, India

3

Cruise Arabian Sea

4

Mumbai, India

5-6

Cruise Arabian Sea

27

Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

28

Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

29

Cruise Makassar Strait

7

Dubai, U.A.E.

TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2016

8

Dubai, U.A.E.

1

Cruise Celebes Sea

9

Dubai, U.A.E.

2

Sandakan, Malaysia

10

Muscat, Oman

3

Cruise Sulu Sea

11

Cruise Gulf of Oman

4

Manila, Philippines

12

Salalah, Oman

5

Cruise South China Sea

6

Hong Kong, China

7

Hong Kong, China

17:00

8:00

8:00

17:30

17:00

7:00

17:00

12:00

18:00

7:00

19:00

14:00

7:00 8:00

19:00

12:00

18:00

13-16 Cruise Arabian Sea and Red Sea 12:00

Safaga, Egypt

7:00

20:00

18

Aqaba, Jordan

8:30

21:00

19

Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

6:00

15:00

28

Fakarava, French Polynesia

12:00

17:00

8

Hong Kong, China

excluSIVe world cruISe eVentS For guests Sailing 115 days

29

Moorea, French Polynesia

8:00

17:00

9

Cruise Gulf of Tonkin

20

Suez Canal Transit

29

Papeete, French Polynesia

10

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

20

Port Said, Egypt

world cruISe gala and hotel — Jan 4

lunch at the taJ mahal — aPrIl 4

30

Papeete, French Polynesia

19:00

11

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

21

The beautiful Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Miami is the location for our pre-cruise overnight stay and gala bon voyage dinner. Flavours of Asia are to be seen throughout the décor and ambience of the hotel and every room offers breathtaking views of the ocean and Miami skyline.

Arguably the most romantic of temples built to express love and loss is the beautiful Taj Mahal. Let us jet you off in chartered comfort for just the day. Tour this amazing edifice of white marble and then join us for lunch. Refreshed, we jet back to the waiting Silver Whisper for a special welcome home.

31

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

18:00

12

Cruise South China Sea

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2016

13

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

1

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

14

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

2

Rarotonga, Cook Islands

14:00

15

Cruise Gulf of Thailand

3-6

Cruise South Pacific / International Dateline Lose a Day

16

Bangkok, Thailand

17

Bangkok, Thailand

7

Tauranga, New Zealand

13:00

19:00

18

Ko Samui, Thailand

8

Auckland, New Zealand

7:00

22:00

19

Cruise Gulf of Thailand

9

Bay of Islands, New Zealand

8:00

18:00

20

Singapore

21

Singapore

22

Port Klang, Malaysia

8:00

19:00

23

Penang, Malaysia

8:00

18:00

Overnight in Port

24

Phuket, Thailand

8:00

14:00

Silversea Experience

ISland In the harBour — FeB 14

maSKed Ball In VenIce — aPrIl 29

Sydney Harbour has arguably two of the world’s most iconic structures — the glistening sails of the opera house roof and the famed arch of the mighty bridge. Today we have exclusive use of a private island with spectacular views of both the Opera House and Harbour Bridge coupled with the Sydney skyline. A white glove lunch will be served with a local menu of casual Australian fare and accompanied by wines of the Hunter Valley. Replete with Aussie spirit, return to Silver Whisper.

We embark our elegant water taxis in the early evening for a journey down the famed Grand Canal. Our destination — a Palazzo complete with all the trappings of history and regalia this city has to offer. All we ask is that masks and elegant dress are mandatory — leave the rest to us, as we create an unforgettable evening as you approach the twilight of your world cruise.

20:00

8:00

8:00

10-12 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 13

Sydney, Australia

14

Sydney, Australia

15

Cruise Tasman Sea

8:00 21:00

23:00

17

3:30

17:30

18:30

21:00

Ashdod, Israel

8:00

23:00

22

Haifa, Israel

7:00

18:00

23

Cruise Mediterranean Sea

24

Souda Bay, Crete, Greece

8:00

14:00

25

Corfu, Greece

13:00

19:00

26

Kotor, Montenegro

8:00

18:00

17:00

26

Dubrovnik, Croatia

23:30

17:00

27

Dubrovnik, Croatia

28

Venice, Italy

29

Venice, Italy

30

Venice, Italy Disembark

8:00 13:00

13:30 14:00

8:00

12:00

9:00 18:00

17:30 14:00

World Cruise Event Mid-land Adventure

BOOK YOUR WORLD CRUISE TODAY. CALL SILVERSEA AT 888-978-5485 OR CONTACT YOUR TRAVEL PROFESSIONAL. 3

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All offers, itineraries and programmes are subject to change without notice.

SILV E R SE A.C OM / W OR L D C R U ISE 2016

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VENETIAN WORLD ODYSSEY 2016 aBoard SIlVer whISPer January 5 – April 30, 2016 Date

Depart

4

17-18 Cruise Coral Sea

Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA Pre-Cruise Gala & Overnight At the Mandarin Oriental Miami Embark Silver Whisper Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA 8:00

Brisbane, Australia

19

Cairns, Australia

20

Cairns, Australia

18:00

22

Cruise Coral Sea

17:00

22

Thursday Island, Australia

23

Cruise Arafura Sea Darwin, Australia

6

Key West, FL, USA

7-8

Cruise Caribbean Sea

9

Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

8:00

16:00

24

10

Panama Canal Transit

6:00

19:00

25-26 Cruise Timor Sea

11

Cruise Pacific Ocean

12

Manta, Ecuador

13

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

14

Salaverry, Peru

8:00

15

Callao (Lima), Peru

8:00

16

Callao (Lima), Peru

9:00

19:00

14:00

22:00

17-21 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 22

Easter Island, Chile

8:00

17:00

23-24 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 25 AGRA, INDIA

Arrive

16

5

MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA

Date

MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2016 SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

VENICE, ITALY

Arrive

Pitcairn Island

12:00

18:00

26-27 Cruise South Pacific Ocean

8:00

Depart

23:00

8:00 19:00

Date

Arrive

25

Cruise Andaman Sea

26

Yangon, Myanmar

27

Yangon, Myanmar

28

Yangon, Myanmar

Depart

9:00

18:00

29-31 Cruise Bay of Bengal 7:00

9:00

12:00

19:00

9:00

FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 2016 1

Colombo, Sri Lanka

2

Cochin, India

3

Cruise Arabian Sea

4

Mumbai, India

5-6

Cruise Arabian Sea

27

Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

28

Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

29

Cruise Makassar Strait

7

Dubai, U.A.E.

TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2016

8

Dubai, U.A.E.

1

Cruise Celebes Sea

9

Dubai, U.A.E.

2

Sandakan, Malaysia

10

Muscat, Oman

3

Cruise Sulu Sea

11

Cruise Gulf of Oman

4

Manila, Philippines

12

Salalah, Oman

5

Cruise South China Sea

6

Hong Kong, China

7

Hong Kong, China

17:00

8:00

8:00

17:30

17:00

7:00

17:00

12:00

18:00

7:00

19:00

14:00

7:00 8:00

19:00

12:00

18:00

13-16 Cruise Arabian Sea and Red Sea 12:00

Safaga, Egypt

7:00

20:00

18

Aqaba, Jordan

8:30

21:00

19

Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

6:00

15:00

28

Fakarava, French Polynesia

12:00

17:00

8

Hong Kong, China

excluSIVe world cruISe eVentS For guests Sailing 115 days

29

Moorea, French Polynesia

8:00

17:00

9

Cruise Gulf of Tonkin

20

Suez Canal Transit

29

Papeete, French Polynesia

10

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

20

Port Said, Egypt

world cruISe gala and hotel — Jan 4

lunch at the taJ mahal — aPrIl 4

30

Papeete, French Polynesia

19:00

11

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

21

The beautiful Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Miami is the location for our pre-cruise overnight stay and gala bon voyage dinner. Flavours of Asia are to be seen throughout the décor and ambience of the hotel and every room offers breathtaking views of the ocean and Miami skyline.

Arguably the most romantic of temples built to express love and loss is the beautiful Taj Mahal. Let us jet you off in chartered comfort for just the day. Tour this amazing edifice of white marble and then join us for lunch. Refreshed, we jet back to the waiting Silver Whisper for a special welcome home.

31

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

18:00

12

Cruise South China Sea

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2016

13

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

1

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

14

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

2

Rarotonga, Cook Islands

14:00

15

Cruise Gulf of Thailand

3-6

Cruise South Pacific / International Dateline Lose a Day

16

Bangkok, Thailand

17

Bangkok, Thailand

7

Tauranga, New Zealand

13:00

19:00

18

Ko Samui, Thailand

8

Auckland, New Zealand

7:00

22:00

19

Cruise Gulf of Thailand

9

Bay of Islands, New Zealand

8:00

18:00

20

Singapore

21

Singapore

22

Port Klang, Malaysia

8:00

19:00

23

Penang, Malaysia

8:00

18:00

Overnight in Port

24

Phuket, Thailand

8:00

14:00

Silversea Experience

ISland In the harBour — FeB 14

maSKed Ball In VenIce — aPrIl 29

Sydney Harbour has arguably two of the world’s most iconic structures — the glistening sails of the opera house roof and the famed arch of the mighty bridge. Today we have exclusive use of a private island with spectacular views of both the Opera House and Harbour Bridge coupled with the Sydney skyline. A white glove lunch will be served with a local menu of casual Australian fare and accompanied by wines of the Hunter Valley. Replete with Aussie spirit, return to Silver Whisper.

We embark our elegant water taxis in the early evening for a journey down the famed Grand Canal. Our destination — a Palazzo complete with all the trappings of history and regalia this city has to offer. All we ask is that masks and elegant dress are mandatory — leave the rest to us, as we create an unforgettable evening as you approach the twilight of your world cruise.

20:00

8:00

8:00

10-12 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 13

Sydney, Australia

14

Sydney, Australia

15

Cruise Tasman Sea

8:00 21:00

23:00

17

3:30

17:30

18:30

21:00

Ashdod, Israel

8:00

23:00

22

Haifa, Israel

7:00

18:00

23

Cruise Mediterranean Sea

24

Souda Bay, Crete, Greece

8:00

14:00

25

Corfu, Greece

13:00

19:00

26

Kotor, Montenegro

8:00

18:00

17:00

26

Dubrovnik, Croatia

23:30

17:00

27

Dubrovnik, Croatia

28

Venice, Italy

29

Venice, Italy

30

Venice, Italy Disembark

8:00 13:00

13:30 14:00

8:00

12:00

9:00 18:00

17:30 14:00

World Cruise Event Mid-land Adventure

BOOK YOUR WORLD CRUISE TODAY. CALL SILVERSEA AT 888-978-5485 OR CONTACT YOUR TRAVEL PROFESSIONAL. 3

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All offers, itineraries and programmes are subject to change without notice.

SILV E R SE A.C OM / W OR L D C R U ISE 2016

|

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NORTH AMERICA ATLANTIC OCEAN

Fort Lauderdale Key West

Puerto Limón

PACIFIC OCEAN

Panama Canal Transit

Manta Salaverry Callao SOUTH AMERICA PACIFIC OCEAN

Fort lauderdale to callao

PaSSage to ancIent cIVIlISatIonS — Panama canal & Peru

11 dayS — Voyage 4601 Date

Arrive Depart

TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2016

Like a gateway to the past, ancient traditions come to life on our journey along

5

Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

6

Key West, FL, USA

the Inca Coast. Traditional markets display artisan crafts in the volcanic

7

Cruise Caribbean Sea

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Cruise Caribbean Sea

highlands of Ecuador. Mud bricked temples of pre-Columbian cultures lie buried among

9

Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

10 Panama Canal Transit

the dramatic landscapes of the Altiplano. Stand in awe as parting clouds between Andean peaks reveal the lost Incan city of Machu Picchu. Savour a hearty Malbec with a spicy lomo saltado of steaks and chimichurri. Colours, flavours, rhythms … everything along the Inca Coast seems fiery and filled with passion.

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Cruise Pacific Ocean

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Manta, Ecuador

13

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

18:00 8:00

17:00

8:00 16:00 6:00 19:00

9:00 19:00

14 Salaverry, Peru

8:00 14:00

15 Callao (Lima), Peru

8:00

16 Callao (Lima), Peru

Overnight in Port

22:00

DARIEN JUNGLE, PANAMA

Voyage hIghlIghtS COSTA RICA’S NATURAL SPLENDOUR

Lush jungles, towering volcanoes and startling biodiversity await you in one of the world’s happiest countries: Costa Rica. Experience this country’s laid-back, pura vida personality — wander through the mists of lofty cloud forests known for it’s wildlife — including monkeys, sloths, jaguars and more than 400 species of birds.

Mid-land Adventure

TRANSIT THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL

The Panama Canal — one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, a momentous feat of engineering that has astounded visitors for a century. As you snake through the wildlife-rich jungles of Panama — and traverse the famed Miraflores Locks and Gatun Lake along the way — you’ll enjoy a unique dichotomy: a man-made marvel entwined with untamed wilderness on either side. TREASURES ALONG THE INCA COAST

Peru’s landscapes leave travellers breathless, whether it’s the cloud-kissed terraces of Machu Picchu or the otherworldly expanses of the Altiplano, a high plateau of fire and ice, wind and salt. The remnants of legendary empires abound here, from Incan ruins to the sites of ancient Moche and Chimu civilisations near Trujillo.

EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENT

— WORLD CRUISE GALA AND HOTEL

The beautiful Mandarin Oriental Hotel Miami is the location for our precruise overnight stay and gala bon voyage dinner. Flavours of Asia are to be seen throughout the décor and ambience of the hotel and every room offers breathtaking views of the ocean and Miami skyline.

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NORTH AMERICA ATLANTIC OCEAN

Fort Lauderdale Key West

Puerto Limón

PACIFIC OCEAN

Panama Canal Transit

Manta Salaverry Callao SOUTH AMERICA PACIFIC OCEAN

Fort lauderdale to callao

PaSSage to ancIent cIVIlISatIonS — Panama canal & Peru

11 dayS — Voyage 4601 Date

Arrive Depart

TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2016

Like a gateway to the past, ancient traditions come to life on our journey along

5

Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

6

Key West, FL, USA

the Inca Coast. Traditional markets display artisan crafts in the volcanic

7

Cruise Caribbean Sea

8

Cruise Caribbean Sea

highlands of Ecuador. Mud bricked temples of pre-Columbian cultures lie buried among

9

Puerto Limon, Costa Rica

10 Panama Canal Transit

the dramatic landscapes of the Altiplano. Stand in awe as parting clouds between Andean peaks reveal the lost Incan city of Machu Picchu. Savour a hearty Malbec with a spicy lomo saltado of steaks and chimichurri. Colours, flavours, rhythms … everything along the Inca Coast seems fiery and filled with passion.

11

Cruise Pacific Ocean

12

Manta, Ecuador

13

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

18:00 8:00

17:00

8:00 16:00 6:00 19:00

9:00 19:00

14 Salaverry, Peru

8:00 14:00

15 Callao (Lima), Peru

8:00

16 Callao (Lima), Peru

Overnight in Port

22:00

DARIEN JUNGLE, PANAMA

Voyage hIghlIghtS COSTA RICA’S NATURAL SPLENDOUR

Lush jungles, towering volcanoes and startling biodiversity await you in one of the world’s happiest countries: Costa Rica. Experience this country’s laid-back, pura vida personality — wander through the mists of lofty cloud forests known for it’s wildlife — including monkeys, sloths, jaguars and more than 400 species of birds.

Mid-land Adventure

TRANSIT THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL

The Panama Canal — one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, a momentous feat of engineering that has astounded visitors for a century. As you snake through the wildlife-rich jungles of Panama — and traverse the famed Miraflores Locks and Gatun Lake along the way — you’ll enjoy a unique dichotomy: a man-made marvel entwined with untamed wilderness on either side. TREASURES ALONG THE INCA COAST

Peru’s landscapes leave travellers breathless, whether it’s the cloud-kissed terraces of Machu Picchu or the otherworldly expanses of the Altiplano, a high plateau of fire and ice, wind and salt. The remnants of legendary empires abound here, from Incan ruins to the sites of ancient Moche and Chimu civilisations near Trujillo.

EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENT

— WORLD CRUISE GALA AND HOTEL

The beautiful Mandarin Oriental Hotel Miami is the location for our precruise overnight stay and gala bon voyage dinner. Flavours of Asia are to be seen throughout the décor and ambience of the hotel and every room offers breathtaking views of the ocean and Miami skyline.

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ancIent naVIgatorS oF the South PacIFIc

PACIFIC OCEAN

Fakarava Callao

Papeete

SOUTH AMERICA Adamstown Moorea

Follow in the wake of Thor Heyerdahl from Peru to Easter Island,

Easter Island

standing before the giant moai and experiencing their powerful aura on the most isolated island in the world. Study the giant stone faces and ancient

callao PACIFIC to PaPeete OCEAN

petroglyphs that hold the secrets of ancient Polynesians. Stop at Pitcairn Island

14 dayS — Voyage 4602

to meet the descendants of the Bounty mutineers. The South Pacific beckons

Date

Arrive Depart

SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2016

with talcum sands, swaying palms and coral reefs washed by a crystalline sea.

16 Callao (Lima), Peru

Fragrant vanilla and tiare blossoms scent the warm breezes of the trade winds,

17

and shimmering lagoons glow platinum under the setting sun.

22:00

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

18 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 19 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 20 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 21 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 22 Easter Island, Chile

FRENCH POLYNESIA

8:00

17:00

23 Cruise South Pacific Ocean

Voyage hIghlIghtS

24 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 25 Adamstown, Pitcairn Island

12:00 18:00

THE ECHOES OF EASTER ISLAND

26 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 27 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 28 Fakarava, French Polynesia

12:00

17:00

29 Moorea, French Polynesia

8:00

17:00

29 Papeete, French Polynesia

20:00

30 Papeete, French Polynesia

Overnight in Port Silversea Experience, a complimentary shoreside event for guests sailing 50 days or more Mid-land Adventure

Inhabited for centuries by the Rapa Nui people, Easter Island is famous for what they left behind — massive monoliths called moai. As you explore this enigmatic destination, which happens to be the most remote inhabited island in the world, admire the iconic, towering testaments to their culture. PITCAIRN ISLAND — IN THE WAKE OF THE BOUNTY

The siren call of tiny Pitcairn Island once lured the sailors of the HMS Bounty, causing the infamous mutiny. The crew was enticed by the promise a leisurely life among the islanders here, and quite a few found it — many of the 50 current residents here are direct descendants of the mutineers. A JOURNEY TO PARADISE — FRENCH POLYNESIA

The “Magical Island”, the “Pearl of the Pacific”, the “Island of Love”… the beauty of French Polynesia’s islands is apparent from their sundry sobriquets. From Moorea to Tahiti, each of these islands offers an idyllic escape: black-sand beaches, turquoise lagoons and an easy-going South Pacific vibe.

COMPLIMENTARY SILVERSEA EXPERIENCE®

— EASTER ISLAND

Created by the Rapa Nui people, the mysterious moai statues stand in silence but speak volumes about the achievements of their creators. The stone blocks, some standing almost 13 ft/3.9 m tall and numbering over 800, litter this mysterious island. Join us as expert guides explain the origin of these unique works of art and attempt to unravel the still-questioned reason for their creation.

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ancIent naVIgatorS oF the South PacIFIc

PACIFIC OCEAN

Fakarava Callao

Papeete

SOUTH AMERICA Adamstown Moorea

Follow in the wake of Thor Heyerdahl from Peru to Easter Island,

Easter Island

standing before the giant moai and experiencing their powerful aura on the most isolated island in the world. Study the giant stone faces and ancient

callao PACIFIC to PaPeete OCEAN

petroglyphs that hold the secrets of ancient Polynesians. Stop at Pitcairn Island

14 dayS — Voyage 4602

to meet the descendants of the Bounty mutineers. The South Pacific beckons

Date

Arrive Depart

SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2016

with talcum sands, swaying palms and coral reefs washed by a crystalline sea.

16 Callao (Lima), Peru

Fragrant vanilla and tiare blossoms scent the warm breezes of the trade winds,

17

and shimmering lagoons glow platinum under the setting sun.

22:00

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

18 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 19 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 20 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 21 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 22 Easter Island, Chile

FRENCH POLYNESIA

8:00

17:00

23 Cruise South Pacific Ocean

Voyage hIghlIghtS

24 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 25 Adamstown, Pitcairn Island

12:00 18:00

THE ECHOES OF EASTER ISLAND

26 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 27 Cruise South Pacific Ocean 28 Fakarava, French Polynesia

12:00

17:00

29 Moorea, French Polynesia

8:00

17:00

29 Papeete, French Polynesia

20:00

30 Papeete, French Polynesia

Overnight in Port Silversea Experience, a complimentary shoreside event for guests sailing 50 days or more Mid-land Adventure

Inhabited for centuries by the Rapa Nui people, Easter Island is famous for what they left behind — massive monoliths called moai. As you explore this enigmatic destination, which happens to be the most remote inhabited island in the world, admire the iconic, towering testaments to their culture. PITCAIRN ISLAND — IN THE WAKE OF THE BOUNTY

The siren call of tiny Pitcairn Island once lured the sailors of the HMS Bounty, causing the infamous mutiny. The crew was enticed by the promise a leisurely life among the islanders here, and quite a few found it — many of the 50 current residents here are direct descendants of the mutineers. A JOURNEY TO PARADISE — FRENCH POLYNESIA

The “Magical Island”, the “Pearl of the Pacific”, the “Island of Love”… the beauty of French Polynesia’s islands is apparent from their sundry sobriquets. From Moorea to Tahiti, each of these islands offers an idyllic escape: black-sand beaches, turquoise lagoons and an easy-going South Pacific vibe.

COMPLIMENTARY SILVERSEA EXPERIENCE®

— EASTER ISLAND

Created by the Rapa Nui people, the mysterious moai statues stand in silence but speak volumes about the achievements of their creators. The stone blocks, some standing almost 13 ft/3.9 m tall and numbering over 800, litter this mysterious island. Join us as expert guides explain the origin of these unique works of art and attempt to unravel the still-questioned reason for their creation.

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EASTER ISLAND, CHILE

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Bora Bora Papeete Rarotonga

Bay of Islands Sydney

Auckland

Tauranga PACIFIC OCEAN

PaPeete to Sydney 13 dayS — Voyage 4603 Date

Arrive Depart

SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2016 30 Papeete, French Polynesia 31 Bora Bora, French Polynesia

19:00 8:00 18:00

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2016

under the Southern croSS Discover the essence of paradise: Tahiti, where Paul Gauguin painted his masterworks; Bora Bora, James Michener’s Bali Ha’i; the Cook Islands,

1

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

2

Rarotonga, Cook Islands

3

Cruise South Pacific

5

Cruise South Pacific / Cross International Dateline – Lose a Day

6

Cruise South Pacific

7

Tauranga, New Zealand

13:00 19:00

8

Auckland, New Zealand

7:00 22:00

9

Bay of Islands, New Zealand

8:00 18:00

8:00 14:00

NEW ZEALAND

10 Cruise South Pacific Ocean

the stuff that dreams are made of. Every port reveals a new paradise on this

11

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

South Pacific odyssey. Bay of Islands in New Zealand is an endless spectacle

12

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

of stunning beaches and hidden coves, while Rotorua in the Maori heartland

13

Sydney, Australia

Voyage hIghlIghtS 8:00

JAMES MICHENER’S BALI HA’I

Author James Michener described the South Pacific as “lovely beyond description”, and was particularly taken with Bora Bora (which he called Bali Ha’i). As you explore the lush forests, underwater wonders and cloud-piercing volcanoes, it’s easy to see why this stunning setting left Michener speechless.

is a geothermal wonderland, where bubbling mud baths, spouting geysers and steaming vents erupt in a dazzling display. Then, be sure to be on deck as we sail into beautiful Sydney Harbour with its

COOK ISLANDS: THE BEST KEPT SECRET IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC

magnificent opera house and graceful harbour bridge.

In a region renowned for its island paradises, the Cook Islands are an under-the-radar jewel. The pristine, picturesque setting — including white-sand beaches, lush jungle, limestone caves and turquoise lagoons — is perfectly complemented by fascinating Polynesian traditions. NEW ZEALAND’S NORTH ISLAND: MAORI MYTHS AND GEOTHERMAL WONDERS

The diversity of New Zealand’s North Island is dazzling, from the site of Captain Cook’s first landing to the island’s otherworldly geothermal heartland. Admire the picturesque Bay of Islands and experience the volcanic moonscape of Rotorua. Listen to Maori myths and feel the haunting beat of their distinctive haka dance.

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Bora Bora Papeete Rarotonga

Bay of Islands Sydney

Auckland

Tauranga PACIFIC OCEAN

PaPeete to Sydney 13 dayS — Voyage 4603 Date

Arrive Depart

SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2016 30 Papeete, French Polynesia 31 Bora Bora, French Polynesia

19:00 8:00 18:00

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2016

under the Southern croSS Discover the essence of paradise: Tahiti, where Paul Gauguin painted his masterworks; Bora Bora, James Michener’s Bali Ha’i; the Cook Islands,

1

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

2

Rarotonga, Cook Islands

3

Cruise South Pacific

5

Cruise South Pacific / Cross International Dateline – Lose a Day

6

Cruise South Pacific

7

Tauranga, New Zealand

13:00 19:00

8

Auckland, New Zealand

7:00 22:00

9

Bay of Islands, New Zealand

8:00 18:00

8:00 14:00

NEW ZEALAND

10 Cruise South Pacific Ocean

the stuff that dreams are made of. Every port reveals a new paradise on this

11

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

South Pacific odyssey. Bay of Islands in New Zealand is an endless spectacle

12

Cruise South Pacific Ocean

of stunning beaches and hidden coves, while Rotorua in the Maori heartland

13

Sydney, Australia

Voyage hIghlIghtS 8:00

JAMES MICHENER’S BALI HA’I

Author James Michener described the South Pacific as “lovely beyond description”, and was particularly taken with Bora Bora (which he called Bali Ha’i). As you explore the lush forests, underwater wonders and cloud-piercing volcanoes, it’s easy to see why this stunning setting left Michener speechless.

is a geothermal wonderland, where bubbling mud baths, spouting geysers and steaming vents erupt in a dazzling display. Then, be sure to be on deck as we sail into beautiful Sydney Harbour with its

COOK ISLANDS: THE BEST KEPT SECRET IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC

magnificent opera house and graceful harbour bridge.

In a region renowned for its island paradises, the Cook Islands are an under-the-radar jewel. The pristine, picturesque setting — including white-sand beaches, lush jungle, limestone caves and turquoise lagoons — is perfectly complemented by fascinating Polynesian traditions. NEW ZEALAND’S NORTH ISLAND: MAORI MYTHS AND GEOTHERMAL WONDERS

The diversity of New Zealand’s North Island is dazzling, from the site of Captain Cook’s first landing to the island’s otherworldly geothermal heartland. Admire the picturesque Bay of Islands and experience the volcanic moonscape of Rotorua. Listen to Maori myths and feel the haunting beat of their distinctive haka dance.

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ASIA

Hong Kong Manila Sandakan Thursday Island

Benoa

Darwin

INDIAN OCEAN

Cairns Brisbane

AUSTRALIA

Sydney

AUSTRALIA

Sydney to hong Kong 23 dayS — Voyage 4604 Date

Arrive Depart

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2016 13

Sydney, Australia

14 Sydney, Australia

21:00

BORNEO, MALAYSIA

15 Cruise Tasman Sea 16 Brisbane, Australia

8:00 23:00

Voyage hIghlIghtS

18 Cruise Coral Sea 17

Cruise Coral Sea

19 Cairns, Australia

THE LEGENDARY LAND OF “OZ“

8:00

20 Cairns, Australia

19:00

22 Cruise Coral Sea 22 Thursday Island, Australia

7:00 12:00

23 Cruise Arafura Sea 24 Darwin, Australia

9:00 19:00

25 Cruise Timor Sea 26 Cruise Timor Sea 27 Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

9:00

28 Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

From the great BarrIer reeF to BalI & Beyond

TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2016 1

Cruise Celebes Sea

2

Sandakan (Borneo), Malaysia

3

Cruise Sulu Sea

Sydney, the Great Barrier Reef, Bali, Borneo — this voyage sweeps

4

Manila, Philippines

across two hemispheres, two continents, and to a breathtaking succession

5

Cruise South China Sea

6

Hong Kong, China*

7

Hong Kong, China

and orangutans. Overnight stays in Cairns and Bali give you time to explore the seismic wonders Down Under, along with the hand-carved temples and

8:00

12:00

Mid-land Adventure, *for intransit guests only

BALI, INDONESIA

Bali is known as the “Island of a Thousand Temples” — a Hindu enclave teeming with fascinating sanctuaries and millennia-old rituals. Of course, travellers will also enjoy the tropical trappings of this legendary island — misty volcanoes and terraced rice paddies — as well as a world-famous artist village and dramatic dance ceremonies. THE MYSTERIOUS JUNGLES OF BORNEO

17:30

HONG KONG: THE PEARL OF THE ORIENT

Exclusive World Cruise Event

senses, and with your two night stay you’ll have time to sample it all.

|

8:00

Overnight in Port

emerald rice terraces of Bali. While Hong Kong is a veritable feast for the

BEWITCHING BALI

Astonishing wildlife roams the rainforests of Borneo — everything from orangutans and clouded leopards to pygmy hippos — and indigenous cultures carry on as they have for thousands of years. While exploring the misty jungles of this mountainous island, revel in the “lost world” feeling of the largest island in Asia.

29 Cruise Makassar Strait

of sights: coral wonders and aboriginal treasures, rainforests, wineries

11

17:00

The varied thrills of Australia’s eastern coast await. Whether you’re looking up at the Sydney Opera House, eye-to-eye with a kangaroo, snorkelling along the Great Barrier Reef or roaming the rugged expanse of the Outback, you’ll never be bored on this journey Down Under.

17:00

Hong Kong is a vibrant metropolis and a cacophony of contradictions. Upscale boutiques are juxtaposed with rickety food stalls, and towering office buildings share streets with humble Buddhist temples. Though the streets thrum with modern bustle, they are laced with old-world charm.

EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENT

— ISLAND IN THE HARBOUR

Enjoy lunch on a tiny island in the middle of Sydney Harbour with the magnificent backdrop of the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Dine on contemporary Australian cuisine complete with Hunter Valley wines whilst soaking up the iconic panoramas of one of the world’s most beautiful cities.

S ILV E R SE A.C OM / W OR L D CR U I SE 2016

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ASIA

Hong Kong Manila Sandakan Thursday Island

Benoa

Darwin

INDIAN OCEAN

Cairns Brisbane

AUSTRALIA

Sydney

AUSTRALIA

Sydney to hong Kong 23 dayS — Voyage 4604 Date

Arrive Depart

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2016 13

Sydney, Australia

14 Sydney, Australia

21:00

BORNEO, MALAYSIA

15 Cruise Tasman Sea 16 Brisbane, Australia

8:00 23:00

Voyage hIghlIghtS

18 Cruise Coral Sea 17

Cruise Coral Sea

19 Cairns, Australia

THE LEGENDARY LAND OF “OZ“

8:00

20 Cairns, Australia

19:00

22 Cruise Coral Sea 22 Thursday Island, Australia

7:00 12:00

23 Cruise Arafura Sea 24 Darwin, Australia

9:00 19:00

25 Cruise Timor Sea 26 Cruise Timor Sea 27 Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

9:00

28 Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

From the great BarrIer reeF to BalI & Beyond

TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2016 1

Cruise Celebes Sea

2

Sandakan (Borneo), Malaysia

3

Cruise Sulu Sea

Sydney, the Great Barrier Reef, Bali, Borneo — this voyage sweeps

4

Manila, Philippines

across two hemispheres, two continents, and to a breathtaking succession

5

Cruise South China Sea

6

Hong Kong, China*

7

Hong Kong, China

and orangutans. Overnight stays in Cairns and Bali give you time to explore the seismic wonders Down Under, along with the hand-carved temples and

8:00

12:00

Mid-land Adventure, *for intransit guests only

BALI, INDONESIA

Bali is known as the “Island of a Thousand Temples” — a Hindu enclave teeming with fascinating sanctuaries and millennia-old rituals. Of course, travellers will also enjoy the tropical trappings of this legendary island — misty volcanoes and terraced rice paddies — as well as a world-famous artist village and dramatic dance ceremonies. THE MYSTERIOUS JUNGLES OF BORNEO

17:30

HONG KONG: THE PEARL OF THE ORIENT

Exclusive World Cruise Event

senses, and with your two night stay you’ll have time to sample it all.

|

8:00

Overnight in Port

emerald rice terraces of Bali. While Hong Kong is a veritable feast for the

BEWITCHING BALI

Astonishing wildlife roams the rainforests of Borneo — everything from orangutans and clouded leopards to pygmy hippos — and indigenous cultures carry on as they have for thousands of years. While exploring the misty jungles of this mountainous island, revel in the “lost world” feeling of the largest island in Asia.

29 Cruise Makassar Strait

of sights: coral wonders and aboriginal treasures, rainforests, wineries

11

17:00

The varied thrills of Australia’s eastern coast await. Whether you’re looking up at the Sydney Opera House, eye-to-eye with a kangaroo, snorkelling along the Great Barrier Reef or roaming the rugged expanse of the Outback, you’ll never be bored on this journey Down Under.

17:00

Hong Kong is a vibrant metropolis and a cacophony of contradictions. Upscale boutiques are juxtaposed with rickety food stalls, and towering office buildings share streets with humble Buddhist temples. Though the streets thrum with modern bustle, they are laced with old-world charm.

EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENT

— ISLAND IN THE HARBOUR

Enjoy lunch on a tiny island in the middle of Sydney Harbour with the magnificent backdrop of the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Dine on contemporary Australian cuisine complete with Hunter Valley wines whilst soaking up the iconic panoramas of one of the world’s most beautiful cities.

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ASIA

cruISIng the South chIna Sea

Hong Kong Ha Long Bay Bangkok Koh Samui

Ho Chi Minh City

Experience a kaleidoscope of exotic sights, sounds, tastes and experiences INDIAN OCEAN

in Vietnam, a rising dragon where emerald rice paddies give way to cities booming with entrepreneurial energy. Observe the striking contrasts of Bangkok from the

Singapore

hong Kong to SIngaPore

tranquility and beauty of its ancient temples and palaces to the clamour of

14 dayS — Voyage 4605

tuk-tuks and motorbikes that throng its streets. Shift into slow gear amid the golden

Date

beaches and quiet solitude of Ko Samui, an island paradise of tropical greenery.

MONDAY, MARCH 7, 2016

Then experience Singapore, Asia’s economic miracle, where age-old neighbourhoods coexist with a soaring skyline out of tomorrowland.

Arrive Depart

7

Hong Kong, China

8

Hong Kong, China

9

Cruise Gulf of Tonkin

10 Ha Long Bay, Vietnam 11

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

12

Cruise South China Sea

13

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

23:00

8:00 13:00 BANGKOK, THAILAND

13:30

14 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

14:00

15 Cruise Gulf of Thailand 16 Bangkok, Thailand 17

8:00

Bangkok, Thailand

18 Ko Samui, Thailand

17:00 12:00

17:00

19 Cruise Gulf of Thailand 20 Singapore

9:00

21 Singapore

Overnight in Port Silversea Experience, a complimentary shoreside event for guests sailing 50 days or more Mid-land Adventure

Voyage hIghlIghtS THE VIVID AND VARIED BEAUTY OF VIETNAM

Vietnam’s beauty will strike you first: the karst towers of Ha Long Bay. The palm trees of China Beach. Terraced rice paddies, glittering pagodas. Yet as you explore the emeraldgreen countryside and the centuries-old brambles of city streets, the culture and history of this land will equally enrapture you. BANGKOK: TEMPLES AND TUK-TUKS

Bangkok is a maelstrom of modernity, but if you move beyond the clusters of tuk-tuks and skyscrapers, you’ll experience its old soul. Breathe in the delicious aromas in the markets, take a boat ride on the ancient Chao Phrya River, wander through intricately decorated wats and admire the famed Emerald Buddha. SINGAPORE: THE “LION CITY”

Singapore’s reputation as a gleaming city of excitement and enterprise is well-earned. It has more millionaires per area than anyplace else. The “Lion City” is also a shopper’s wonderland, an epicurean’s delight, and a fascinating melange of cultural influences ranging from Chinese and Malay to British and Indian.

COMPLIMENTARY SILVERSEA EXPERIENCE

— JUNKS OF HA LONG BAY

Ha Long Bay ranks among Vietnam’s most celebrated attractions; its name translating to ‘where the dragon descends into the sea,’ as ancient legend would have it. The Bay’s famed seascape offers fantastic images of fragmented limestone outcroppings, sheer cliffs, huge rock arches and tranquil coves. Join us on local junks and sail around this unique world heritage land and sea scape.

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ASIA

cruISIng the South chIna Sea

Hong Kong Ha Long Bay Bangkok Koh Samui

Ho Chi Minh City

Experience a kaleidoscope of exotic sights, sounds, tastes and experiences INDIAN OCEAN

in Vietnam, a rising dragon where emerald rice paddies give way to cities booming with entrepreneurial energy. Observe the striking contrasts of Bangkok from the

Singapore

hong Kong to SIngaPore

tranquility and beauty of its ancient temples and palaces to the clamour of

14 dayS — Voyage 4605

tuk-tuks and motorbikes that throng its streets. Shift into slow gear amid the golden

Date

beaches and quiet solitude of Ko Samui, an island paradise of tropical greenery.

MONDAY, MARCH 7, 2016

Then experience Singapore, Asia’s economic miracle, where age-old neighbourhoods coexist with a soaring skyline out of tomorrowland.

Arrive Depart

7

Hong Kong, China

8

Hong Kong, China

9

Cruise Gulf of Tonkin

10 Ha Long Bay, Vietnam 11

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

12

Cruise South China Sea

13

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

23:00

8:00 13:00 BANGKOK, THAILAND

13:30

14 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

14:00

15 Cruise Gulf of Thailand 16 Bangkok, Thailand 17

8:00

Bangkok, Thailand

18 Ko Samui, Thailand

17:00 12:00

17:00

19 Cruise Gulf of Thailand 20 Singapore

9:00

21 Singapore

Overnight in Port Silversea Experience, a complimentary shoreside event for guests sailing 50 days or more Mid-land Adventure

Voyage hIghlIghtS THE VIVID AND VARIED BEAUTY OF VIETNAM

Vietnam’s beauty will strike you first: the karst towers of Ha Long Bay. The palm trees of China Beach. Terraced rice paddies, glittering pagodas. Yet as you explore the emeraldgreen countryside and the centuries-old brambles of city streets, the culture and history of this land will equally enrapture you. BANGKOK: TEMPLES AND TUK-TUKS

Bangkok is a maelstrom of modernity, but if you move beyond the clusters of tuk-tuks and skyscrapers, you’ll experience its old soul. Breathe in the delicious aromas in the markets, take a boat ride on the ancient Chao Phrya River, wander through intricately decorated wats and admire the famed Emerald Buddha. SINGAPORE: THE “LION CITY”

Singapore’s reputation as a gleaming city of excitement and enterprise is well-earned. It has more millionaires per area than anyplace else. The “Lion City” is also a shopper’s wonderland, an epicurean’s delight, and a fascinating melange of cultural influences ranging from Chinese and Malay to British and Indian.

COMPLIMENTARY SILVERSEA EXPERIENCE

— JUNKS OF HA LONG BAY

Ha Long Bay ranks among Vietnam’s most celebrated attractions; its name translating to ‘where the dragon descends into the sea,’ as ancient legend would have it. The Bay’s famed seascape offers fantastic images of fragmented limestone outcroppings, sheer cliffs, huge rock arches and tranquil coves. Join us on local junks and sail around this unique world heritage land and sea scape.

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ASIA

along the SPIce route

Dubai

Mumbai

Yangon

Cochin Colombo

Golden beaches, bejewelled pagodas and Mughal marvels

Phuket Penang

Port Klang

light our way as we sail through the Strait of Malacca to Penang and Phuket,

Singapore

INDIAN OCEAN

glamorous resorts of Asia’s growing moneyed class, and Kuala Lumpur with its dazzling skyline. Enjoy three days in re-emerging Myanmar, warmly welcoming

SIngaPore to duBaI

but still lost in time. Revel in the magnificent landscapes of lush Sri Lanka

18 dayS — Voyage 4606

and India’s Spice Coast; then shop in the opulent souks of

Date

Dubai, showplace of the Middle East.

Arrive Depart

MONDAY, MARCH 21, 2016 21 Singapore

18:00

22 Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur), Malaysia

8:00 19:00

23 Penang, Malaysia

8:00 18:00

24 Phuket, Thailand

8:00 14:00

25 Cruise Andaman Sea 26 Yangon, Myanmar

COLOMBO, SRI LANKA

9:00

27 Yangon, Myanmar 28 Yangon, Myanmar

18:00

29 Cruise Bay of Bengal

EXPLORING THE EXOTIC SPICE ROUTE

30 Cruise Bay of Bengal 31 Cruise Bay of Bengal

FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 2016 1

Colombo, Sri Lanka

2

Cochin, India

3

Cruise Arabian Sea

4

Mumbai, India

5

Cruise Arabian Sea

6

Cruise Arabian Sea

7

Dubai, U.A.E.

8

Dubai, U.A.E.

Overnight in Port Exclusive World Cruise Event Mid-land Adventure

Voyage hIghlIghtS

7:00

17:00

Hear the echoes of ancient kingdoms and the din of modern-day markets along the legendary Spice Route. Feel the misty breeze on an elephant-back journey through the jungles of Phuket. Breathe in the spice-tinged air as you stroll through Kuala Lumpur, and marvel at the largest Buddhist temple in southeast Asia.

12:00 18:00

MYANMAR’S MANY SPLENDOURS 7:00 19:00

14:00

As you explore Myanmar, it can feel like you have gone back in time. Locals still revere the centuries-old golden stupa of the Shwedagon Pagoda bedecked in diamonds and rubies. You can also gaze upon the temple-dotted plains of Bagan, which William Somerset Maugham, author and playwright, likened to a “fantastic dream”. PASSAGE TO INDIA

The Indian subcontinent is a prismatic paradox: frenzied and friendly, ancient yet modern. Experience the cultural melting pot of Cochin as well as the captivating history and buzzing streets of Mumbai. Explore Sri Lanka’s rainforest-covered peaks, and visit the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, one of the largest in the world. Stand in awe of the Taj Mahal, that legendary poem in stone.

EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENT

— LUNCH AT THE TAJ MAHAL

Built by the Emperor Shah Jehan in memory of his beloved wife, the Taj Mahal is a wonder to behold. Thousands of craftsmen from as far as Italy were brought to construct this magnificent memorial. You’ll fly round-trip to Agra for lunch and a tour of this “marvel in marble,” the world’s greatest monument devoted to eternal love.

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ASIA

along the SPIce route

Dubai

Mumbai

Yangon

Cochin Colombo

Golden beaches, bejewelled pagodas and Mughal marvels

Phuket Penang

Port Klang

light our way as we sail through the Strait of Malacca to Penang and Phuket,

Singapore

INDIAN OCEAN

glamorous resorts of Asia’s growing moneyed class, and Kuala Lumpur with its dazzling skyline. Enjoy three days in re-emerging Myanmar, warmly welcoming

SIngaPore to duBaI

but still lost in time. Revel in the magnificent landscapes of lush Sri Lanka

18 dayS — Voyage 4606

and India’s Spice Coast; then shop in the opulent souks of

Date

Dubai, showplace of the Middle East.

Arrive Depart

MONDAY, MARCH 21, 2016 21 Singapore

18:00

22 Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur), Malaysia

8:00 19:00

23 Penang, Malaysia

8:00 18:00

24 Phuket, Thailand

8:00 14:00

25 Cruise Andaman Sea 26 Yangon, Myanmar

COLOMBO, SRI LANKA

9:00

27 Yangon, Myanmar 28 Yangon, Myanmar

18:00

29 Cruise Bay of Bengal

EXPLORING THE EXOTIC SPICE ROUTE

30 Cruise Bay of Bengal 31 Cruise Bay of Bengal

FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 2016 1

Colombo, Sri Lanka

2

Cochin, India

3

Cruise Arabian Sea

4

Mumbai, India

5

Cruise Arabian Sea

6

Cruise Arabian Sea

7

Dubai, U.A.E.

8

Dubai, U.A.E.

Overnight in Port Exclusive World Cruise Event Mid-land Adventure

Voyage hIghlIghtS

7:00

17:00

Hear the echoes of ancient kingdoms and the din of modern-day markets along the legendary Spice Route. Feel the misty breeze on an elephant-back journey through the jungles of Phuket. Breathe in the spice-tinged air as you stroll through Kuala Lumpur, and marvel at the largest Buddhist temple in southeast Asia.

12:00 18:00

MYANMAR’S MANY SPLENDOURS 7:00 19:00

14:00

As you explore Myanmar, it can feel like you have gone back in time. Locals still revere the centuries-old golden stupa of the Shwedagon Pagoda bedecked in diamonds and rubies. You can also gaze upon the temple-dotted plains of Bagan, which William Somerset Maugham, author and playwright, likened to a “fantastic dream”. PASSAGE TO INDIA

The Indian subcontinent is a prismatic paradox: frenzied and friendly, ancient yet modern. Experience the cultural melting pot of Cochin as well as the captivating history and buzzing streets of Mumbai. Explore Sri Lanka’s rainforest-covered peaks, and visit the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, one of the largest in the world. Stand in awe of the Taj Mahal, that legendary poem in stone.

EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENT

— LUNCH AT THE TAJ MAHAL

Built by the Emperor Shah Jehan in memory of his beloved wife, the Taj Mahal is a wonder to behold. Thousands of craftsmen from as far as Italy were brought to construct this magnificent memorial. You’ll fly round-trip to Agra for lunch and a tour of this “marvel in marble,” the world’s greatest monument devoted to eternal love.

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along the FranKIncenSe traIl

Venice

ASIA

Dubrovnik Kotor

Corfu Souda Bay, Crete Haifa Port Said Ashdod Suez Canal Aqaba Sharm El Sheikh Muscat Dubai Safaga AFRICA Salalah

Undulating dunes, pink shifting sands, scalloped hills shimmering in the dry desert heat — follow the Frankincense Route to lands of myrrh and incense, sultans and kings: Dubai, a high-rise pleasure dome; Oman, jewel of the Persian Gulf; Jordan with its bone-dry wadis and rose-red Petra carved from sheer rock.

duBaI to VenIce

Gaze in amazement at the pharaonic glories of Egypt. Marvel at the soul-stirring

22 dayS — Voyage 4607 Date

beauty of the Holy Land. Cruise through the Aegean and Adriatic Seas from island

Arrive Depart

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL

FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2016

to island, village to village. Then spend two nights in Venice where you can explore the streets and canals, and toast farewell at the Masquerade Ball.

8

Dubai, U.A.E.

9

Dubai, U.A.E.

7:00 8:00 19:00

10 Muscat, Oman 11

Cruise Gulf of Oman

12

Salalah, Oman

13

Cruise Arabian Sea and Red Sea

12:00 18:00

Voyage hIghlIghtS ARABIA — PAST AND PRESENT

Petra. The Pyramids of Giza. The Frankincense Trail and the Suez Canal. The Arabian Peninsula offers a fascinating blend of ancient history and distinctive, abiding cultures. From Luxor’s tombs and temples to the dhow-filled harbours of Oman, each destination offers its own unique treasures.

14 Cruise Arabian Sea and Red Sea

THE BIBLICAL BOUNTY OF THE HOLY LAND

15 Cruise Arabian Sea and Red Sea 16 Cruise Arabian Sea and Red Sea 17

Safaga, Egypt

7:00 20:00

18 Aqaba, Jordan

8:30 21:00

19 Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

6:00 15:00

20 Suez Canal Transit

3:30

20 Port Said, Egypt

17:30

18:30 21:00

21 Ashdod, Israel

8:00 23:00

22 Haifa, Israel

7:00 18:00

23 Cruise Mediterranean Sea 24 Souda Bay, Crete, Greece 25 Corfu, Greece 26 Kotor, Montenegro 26 Dubrovnik, Croatia

13:00 19:00 8:00 18:00 23:30 17:30

30 Venice, Italy

Overnight in Port Exclusive World Cruise Event Silversea Experience, a complimentary shoreside event for guests sailing 50 days or more

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Peppered with sun-drenched isles, the Dalmatian Coast is an alluring ribbon of Adriatic jewels. Remnants of the past abound, whether you’re strolling the Old Town of Kotor or checking out the cobbled lanes of Dubvronik, the “city of stone and light”.

— MUSIC IN MUSCAT

The ruler of Oman, Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said, has always been a supporter of classical music and the arts. In 2001, the sultan ordered the building of an opera house — ‘Royal Opera House Muscat’. Built in a contemporary Omani style, this monumental yet beautiful building is a state-of-the art facility and our venue for an exclusive musical evening accompanied by local mezes and fruit cordials.

14:00

29 Venice, Italy

Mid-land Adventure

THE DRAMATIC BEAUTY OF THE DALMATIAN COAST

COMPLIMENTARY SILVERSEA EXPERIENCE 8:00 14:00

27 Dubrovnik, Croatia 28 Venice, Italy

The Holy Land has been a fount of faith for millennia. In addition to a wealth of sights in Jerusalem like the Western Wall and the Garden of Gethsemane, travellers can venture to biblical burgs such as Galilee and experience the palpable spiritual energy that has drawn both prophets and pilgrims.

EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENT MASKED BALL IN VENICE

Venice’s Carnavale has existed since the Middle Ages, but it came into its own in the 18th century with the decline of the Republic. The festival became an outlet for all that had been prohibited by the sober arm of the doge. In the true spirit of Carnavale, we invite you to don your masks and cruise down the Grand Canal for a grand farewell in a historic Palazzo, replete with all the fanfare of the world’s greatest masquerade. S ILV E R SE A.C OM / W OR L D CR U I SE 2016

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EUROPE

along the FranKIncenSe traIl

Venice

ASIA

Dubrovnik Kotor

Corfu Souda Bay, Crete Haifa Port Said Ashdod Suez Canal Aqaba Sharm El Sheikh Muscat Dubai Safaga AFRICA Salalah

Undulating dunes, pink shifting sands, scalloped hills shimmering in the dry desert heat — follow the Frankincense Route to lands of myrrh and incense, sultans and kings: Dubai, a high-rise pleasure dome; Oman, jewel of the Persian Gulf; Jordan with its bone-dry wadis and rose-red Petra carved from sheer rock.

duBaI to VenIce

Gaze in amazement at the pharaonic glories of Egypt. Marvel at the soul-stirring

22 dayS — Voyage 4607 Date

beauty of the Holy Land. Cruise through the Aegean and Adriatic Seas from island

Arrive Depart

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL

FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2016

to island, village to village. Then spend two nights in Venice where you can explore the streets and canals, and toast farewell at the Masquerade Ball.

8

Dubai, U.A.E.

9

Dubai, U.A.E.

7:00 8:00 19:00

10 Muscat, Oman 11

Cruise Gulf of Oman

12

Salalah, Oman

13

Cruise Arabian Sea and Red Sea

12:00 18:00

Voyage hIghlIghtS ARABIA — PAST AND PRESENT

Petra. The Pyramids of Giza. The Frankincense Trail and the Suez Canal. The Arabian Peninsula offers a fascinating blend of ancient history and distinctive, abiding cultures. From Luxor’s tombs and temples to the dhow-filled harbours of Oman, each destination offers its own unique treasures.

14 Cruise Arabian Sea and Red Sea

THE BIBLICAL BOUNTY OF THE HOLY LAND

15 Cruise Arabian Sea and Red Sea 16 Cruise Arabian Sea and Red Sea 17

Safaga, Egypt

7:00 20:00

18 Aqaba, Jordan

8:30 21:00

19 Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

6:00 15:00

20 Suez Canal Transit

3:30

20 Port Said, Egypt

17:30

18:30 21:00

21 Ashdod, Israel

8:00 23:00

22 Haifa, Israel

7:00 18:00

23 Cruise Mediterranean Sea 24 Souda Bay, Crete, Greece 25 Corfu, Greece 26 Kotor, Montenegro 26 Dubrovnik, Croatia

13:00 19:00 8:00 18:00 23:30 17:30

30 Venice, Italy

Overnight in Port Exclusive World Cruise Event Silversea Experience, a complimentary shoreside event for guests sailing 50 days or more

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Peppered with sun-drenched isles, the Dalmatian Coast is an alluring ribbon of Adriatic jewels. Remnants of the past abound, whether you’re strolling the Old Town of Kotor or checking out the cobbled lanes of Dubvronik, the “city of stone and light”.

— MUSIC IN MUSCAT

The ruler of Oman, Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said, has always been a supporter of classical music and the arts. In 2001, the sultan ordered the building of an opera house — ‘Royal Opera House Muscat’. Built in a contemporary Omani style, this monumental yet beautiful building is a state-of-the art facility and our venue for an exclusive musical evening accompanied by local mezes and fruit cordials.

14:00

29 Venice, Italy

Mid-land Adventure

THE DRAMATIC BEAUTY OF THE DALMATIAN COAST

COMPLIMENTARY SILVERSEA EXPERIENCE 8:00 14:00

27 Dubrovnik, Croatia 28 Venice, Italy

The Holy Land has been a fount of faith for millennia. In addition to a wealth of sights in Jerusalem like the Western Wall and the Garden of Gethsemane, travellers can venture to biblical burgs such as Galilee and experience the palpable spiritual energy that has drawn both prophets and pilgrims.

EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENT MASKED BALL IN VENICE

Venice’s Carnavale has existed since the Middle Ages, but it came into its own in the 18th century with the decline of the Republic. The festival became an outlet for all that had been prohibited by the sober arm of the doge. In the true spirit of Carnavale, we invite you to don your masks and cruise down the Grand Canal for a grand farewell in a historic Palazzo, replete with all the fanfare of the world’s greatest masquerade. S ILV E R SE A.C OM / W OR L D CR U I SE 2016

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SIlVer Shore land adVentureS These multi-day excursions explore the region’s must-see destinations and include accommodation, porterage, transfers, sightseeing and some meals.

mId-Voyage land adVentureS VOYAGE 4601

VOYAGE 4604

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

MANTA, ECUADOR

CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA

andean Birding at mashpi lodge

ayers rock and the red centre

new — Blue mountains and Wolgan Valley by Land and Air

Mashpi Lodge is located in the wilds of the Andes’ western slope. Discover the spectacular natural diversity of this landscape, from the dry valley of Pomasqui to the cordillera’s western flank. Then venture into a misty cloud forest finally reaching Mashpi, a nature sanctuary located in the Chocó, one of the most celebrated bioregions in the world known for its’ birding.

Contemplate the beauty of the Red Centre and watch the ever-changing colours as the sun rises and sets over Uluru (Ayers Rock). Stay at a luxury wilderness camp, gateway to both Ayers Rock and the Olgas, complete with private views of this magical monolith with its Dreamtime legends.

JAN 12 – 15 | 4 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: CALLAO

NEW — Silver Galapagos Sampler Cruise aboard Silver Galapagos for a taste of expedition luxury in Darwin’s ‘living laboratory of evolution’. Embark in San Cristobal and travel to Espanola and Santa Cruz. Visit the research station in his name and search for giant tortoise, sunbathing sea lions, and ‘Christmas Iguanas’. The Zodiacs allow you to explore with the expedition team and savour the sites and wildlife unique to these islands. JAN 12 – 16 | 5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: CALLAO

machu Picchu, Sacred Valley and cusco Discover one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Few places can compare to the ‘Lost City of the Incas’, breathtakingly situated amongst craggy peaks and billowing clouds. Visit historic Cusco high up in the Andes and travel to Machu Picchu via the Hiram Bingham luxury train. JAN 12 – 15 | 3.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: CALLAO

FEB 19 – 24 | 4.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: DARWIN

great Barrier reef retreat Escape from reality to one of the most idyllic places in the southern hemisphere — a luxury island resort on ancient coral cay with a rainforest that is home to over 120 species of native plants, colourful bird and marine life and coral gardens. Snorkel, take a walk in the rainforest, gaze under the sea by glass-bottom boat, or simply relax. Your resort suite is nestled amid lush rainforest, accessible only by air or sea.

Follow your guide on a bushwalk, immerse into the culture at an Aboriginal interpretive session and search for wildlife during your two-night stay at Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa nestled between the Blue Mountains and the Wolgan National Park. The drive through the mountains and helicopter transfer over the valley compliment your journey.

new — Forbidden city and great wall* Experience the premier highlights of Beijing and the legendary Great Wall. Fly to Beijing, take a guided tour of the Forbidden City, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy an exclusive visit to parts of the palace complex not usually open to the public. See the famous Tiananmen Square, visit the Temple of Heaven and travel to the Great Wall of China and marvel at this masterwork of ingenious building. MAR 6 – 8 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: HONG KONG GREAT WALL OF CHINA

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HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM

COLOMBO, SRI LANKA

VOYAGE 4607

Angkor Wat!

Kandy by chartered Seaplane

Between the 9th and 13th centuries, Angkor was the capital of the Khmer empire, a colossal city renowned for its superb architecture and sculptures, vast lakes and temples. Hidden in the jungles of Cambodia until the late 19th century, it’s one of the world’s greatest wonders, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Kandy, the charming hill capital surrounded by impressive mountains, is steeped in history and most famous for its Temple of the Tooth. As Sri Lanka’s cultural centre and sacred city, Kandy was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988. A unique way to make the trip in one day is offered via chartered seaplane.

NEW — SAFAGA, EGYPT Luxor In-Depth

MAR 14 – 16 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: BANGKOK

APR 1 | 1 DAY | REJOIN SHIP: COLOMBO

ANGKOR WAT, CAMBODIA

KANDY, SRI LANKA

Experience both the famous temples of Luxor and the remote Valley of the Kings, where ancient Egypt’s illustrious rulers found their final resting place. Venture off the beaten path and explore sites that normally are not part of the regular tourist circuit, such as the Valley of the Queens and Valley of the Nobles, Temple of Dandara, and Deir el Medina. Retrace Howard Carter’s steps through ancient Thebes. APR 17 – 19 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: SHARM EL SHEIKH LUXOR, EGYPT

FEB 14 – 16 | 3 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: BRISBANE

YANGON, MYANMAR GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA

temples and Pagodas of Bagan

Discover Laos

FEB 19 – 20 | 1.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: CAIRNS

HONG KONG, CHINA

mId-Voyage land adVentureS

VOYAGE 4605

BANGKOK, THAILAND

the dragon Kingdom — Bhutan Venture into one of the most isolated countries in the world and discover the extraordinary Dragon Kingdom of Bhutan at the ‘Roof of the World’. Bhutan is truly an unspoilt preserve with a cultural heritage that has largely remained intact due to its isolation from the rest of the world until the early 1960s. Stay in Thimphu, the capital of the tiny Himalayan kingdom, with a two night-stay at the luxury Amankora Resort. The climb to the Tiger’s Nest completes your adventure. MAR 17 – 20 | 5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: SINGAPORE PARO VALLEY, BHUTAN

Discover one of Southeast Asia’s almost forgotten countries, which recently started to attract ever more savvy and adventurous travellers. Enjoy breathtaking beautiful landscapes, enriching Buddhist culture and Laos’ laid back lifestyle. Visit the country’s capital, Vientiane and temple-filled Luang Prabang, a World Heritage Site situated 2,296 feet (700 metres) above sea level amid a backdrop of scenic mountains.

Journey to Bagan, where over 2,000 stupas sprawl across a vast plain. Burma’s ancient capital is one of the world’s greatest archaeological treasures, awe-inspiring at dusk or dawn. Visit the Shwezigon Pagoda, the greatest temple of King Anawrahta’s reign, and admire the temples. Your night at the Aureum Resort and an optional balloon ride makes this a memorable overnight excursion. MAR 27 – 28 | 1.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: YANGON YANGON, MYANMAR

MAR 14 – 16 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: BANGKOK

SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT

cairo & the great Pyramids Marvel at the splendour of the Great Pyramids and the enigmatic Sphinx, then explore a wealth of ancient treasures at the world-famous Museum of Antiquities. Other sites to be visited include the Citadel of Medieval Cairo and the Khan El Khalili market in the Old Town, hailed as one of the Middle East’s largest and best-known bazaars. APR 19 – 20 | 2 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: PORT SAID

VOYAGE 4606 GIZA, EGYPT

COCHIN, INDIA

taj mahal and agra

legendary mandalay

There are few places in the world that evoke such profound impact on its visitors as the Taj Mahal in Agra. Once the capital of the great Mughal Empire, Agra in itself is well worth a visit for its repository of some of the Mughals’ most famous monuments. Both the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1983.

Nothing quite compares with Myanmar’s former capital, which still retains vestiges of its royal past. This adventure provides the rare opportunity to visit the legendary city of Mandalay and see its remarkable sights. Viewing the sunset from Mandalay Hill is an unforgettable experience; the pagodas and remains of the Royal Palace are equally impressive.

APR 2 – 4 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: MUMBAI

MAR 27 – 28 | 1.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: YANGON

* For In-Transit Guests

SIlVer Shore hotelS — VenIce, Italy Discover the world’s most desirable cities at your leisure with Silversea’s optional pre- and post-cruise hotel programme.

MACHU PICCHU, PERU

VOYAGE 4602

guilin — tradition and Beauty*

An overnight in an over-the-water bungalow offers an Intimate Escape to a romantic island where you can watch the marine life from your balcony or climb down the steps directly to snorkel in your little piece of paradise.

Guilin is famous for its scenery and has been known as ‘the most beautiful place in China.’ Cruise down the Li Jiang River with its limestone pinnacles as you glide past bamboo groves, boat villages and cormorant fishermen. Visit the Reed Flute Cave to view underground scenery of multicoloured lighting and fantastic stalactites and stalagmites. Wonder at Elephant Trunk Hill and Seven Star Park.

JAN 29 – 30 | 1.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: PAPEETE

MAR 6 – 8 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: HONG KONG

MOOREA, FRENCH POLYNESIA

Over-the-Water Overnight*

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Hanoi In-depth This comprehensive Mid-Voyage Land Adventure takes you to the capital of Vietnam, to discover Hanoi. Displaying glorious French colonial architecture and numerous lakes, Hanoi is the jewel of Vietnam’s crown. With a blend of east and west, you will see many of its most popular attractions.

SILVER SHORE SIMPLY HOTEL HOTEL MONACO & GRAND CANAL Overnight at a 4.5- or 5-star hotel before or after your cruise. Includes one night standard room accommodation and breakfast. These flexible overnight stays offer the option to add transfers, additional nights or upgrades, if desired.

SILVER SHORE GRANDE HOTEL BAUER IL PALAZZO Extend your Silversea holiday with a one-, two- or threenights’ stay at a landmark hotel or boutique property. Full breakfast, a private transfer between the airport and hotel, and a small-group transfer between the hotel and the pier are included. Additional nights and upgrades available upon request.

MAR 10 – 11 | 1.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: HA LONG BAY SILV E R SE A.C OM / W OR L D C R U ISE 2016

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SIlVer Shore land adVentureS These multi-day excursions explore the region’s must-see destinations and include accommodation, porterage, transfers, sightseeing and some meals.

mId-Voyage land adVentureS VOYAGE 4601

VOYAGE 4604

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

MANTA, ECUADOR

CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA

andean Birding at mashpi lodge

ayers rock and the red centre

new — Blue mountains and Wolgan Valley by Land and Air

Mashpi Lodge is located in the wilds of the Andes’ western slope. Discover the spectacular natural diversity of this landscape, from the dry valley of Pomasqui to the cordillera’s western flank. Then venture into a misty cloud forest finally reaching Mashpi, a nature sanctuary located in the Chocó, one of the most celebrated bioregions in the world known for its’ birding.

Contemplate the beauty of the Red Centre and watch the ever-changing colours as the sun rises and sets over Uluru (Ayers Rock). Stay at a luxury wilderness camp, gateway to both Ayers Rock and the Olgas, complete with private views of this magical monolith with its Dreamtime legends.

JAN 12 – 15 | 4 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: CALLAO

NEW — Silver Galapagos Sampler Cruise aboard Silver Galapagos for a taste of expedition luxury in Darwin’s ‘living laboratory of evolution’. Embark in San Cristobal and travel to Espanola and Santa Cruz. Visit the research station in his name and search for giant tortoise, sunbathing sea lions, and ‘Christmas Iguanas’. The Zodiacs allow you to explore with the expedition team and savour the sites and wildlife unique to these islands. JAN 12 – 16 | 5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: CALLAO

machu Picchu, Sacred Valley and cusco Discover one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Few places can compare to the ‘Lost City of the Incas’, breathtakingly situated amongst craggy peaks and billowing clouds. Visit historic Cusco high up in the Andes and travel to Machu Picchu via the Hiram Bingham luxury train. JAN 12 – 15 | 3.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: CALLAO

FEB 19 – 24 | 4.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: DARWIN

great Barrier reef retreat Escape from reality to one of the most idyllic places in the southern hemisphere — a luxury island resort on ancient coral cay with a rainforest that is home to over 120 species of native plants, colourful bird and marine life and coral gardens. Snorkel, take a walk in the rainforest, gaze under the sea by glass-bottom boat, or simply relax. Your resort suite is nestled amid lush rainforest, accessible only by air or sea.

Follow your guide on a bushwalk, immerse into the culture at an Aboriginal interpretive session and search for wildlife during your two-night stay at Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa nestled between the Blue Mountains and the Wolgan National Park. The drive through the mountains and helicopter transfer over the valley compliment your journey.

new — Forbidden city and great wall* Experience the premier highlights of Beijing and the legendary Great Wall. Fly to Beijing, take a guided tour of the Forbidden City, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy an exclusive visit to parts of the palace complex not usually open to the public. See the famous Tiananmen Square, visit the Temple of Heaven and travel to the Great Wall of China and marvel at this masterwork of ingenious building. MAR 6 – 8 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: HONG KONG GREAT WALL OF CHINA

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HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM

COLOMBO, SRI LANKA

VOYAGE 4607

Angkor Wat!

Kandy by chartered Seaplane

Between the 9th and 13th centuries, Angkor was the capital of the Khmer empire, a colossal city renowned for its superb architecture and sculptures, vast lakes and temples. Hidden in the jungles of Cambodia until the late 19th century, it’s one of the world’s greatest wonders, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Kandy, the charming hill capital surrounded by impressive mountains, is steeped in history and most famous for its Temple of the Tooth. As Sri Lanka’s cultural centre and sacred city, Kandy was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988. A unique way to make the trip in one day is offered via chartered seaplane.

NEW — SAFAGA, EGYPT Luxor In-Depth

MAR 14 – 16 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: BANGKOK

APR 1 | 1 DAY | REJOIN SHIP: COLOMBO

ANGKOR WAT, CAMBODIA

KANDY, SRI LANKA

Experience both the famous temples of Luxor and the remote Valley of the Kings, where ancient Egypt’s illustrious rulers found their final resting place. Venture off the beaten path and explore sites that normally are not part of the regular tourist circuit, such as the Valley of the Queens and Valley of the Nobles, Temple of Dandara, and Deir el Medina. Retrace Howard Carter’s steps through ancient Thebes. APR 17 – 19 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: SHARM EL SHEIKH LUXOR, EGYPT

FEB 14 – 16 | 3 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: BRISBANE

YANGON, MYANMAR GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA

temples and Pagodas of Bagan

Discover Laos

FEB 19 – 20 | 1.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: CAIRNS

HONG KONG, CHINA

mId-Voyage land adVentureS

VOYAGE 4605

BANGKOK, THAILAND

the dragon Kingdom — Bhutan Venture into one of the most isolated countries in the world and discover the extraordinary Dragon Kingdom of Bhutan at the ‘Roof of the World’. Bhutan is truly an unspoilt preserve with a cultural heritage that has largely remained intact due to its isolation from the rest of the world until the early 1960s. Stay in Thimphu, the capital of the tiny Himalayan kingdom, with a two night-stay at the luxury Amankora Resort. The climb to the Tiger’s Nest completes your adventure. MAR 17 – 20 | 5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: SINGAPORE PARO VALLEY, BHUTAN

Discover one of Southeast Asia’s almost forgotten countries, which recently started to attract ever more savvy and adventurous travellers. Enjoy breathtaking beautiful landscapes, enriching Buddhist culture and Laos’ laid back lifestyle. Visit the country’s capital, Vientiane and temple-filled Luang Prabang, a World Heritage Site situated 2,296 feet (700 metres) above sea level amid a backdrop of scenic mountains.

Journey to Bagan, where over 2,000 stupas sprawl across a vast plain. Burma’s ancient capital is one of the world’s greatest archaeological treasures, awe-inspiring at dusk or dawn. Visit the Shwezigon Pagoda, the greatest temple of King Anawrahta’s reign, and admire the temples. Your night at the Aureum Resort and an optional balloon ride makes this a memorable overnight excursion. MAR 27 – 28 | 1.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: YANGON YANGON, MYANMAR

MAR 14 – 16 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: BANGKOK

SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT

cairo & the great Pyramids Marvel at the splendour of the Great Pyramids and the enigmatic Sphinx, then explore a wealth of ancient treasures at the world-famous Museum of Antiquities. Other sites to be visited include the Citadel of Medieval Cairo and the Khan El Khalili market in the Old Town, hailed as one of the Middle East’s largest and best-known bazaars. APR 19 – 20 | 2 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: PORT SAID

VOYAGE 4606 GIZA, EGYPT

COCHIN, INDIA

taj mahal and agra

legendary mandalay

There are few places in the world that evoke such profound impact on its visitors as the Taj Mahal in Agra. Once the capital of the great Mughal Empire, Agra in itself is well worth a visit for its repository of some of the Mughals’ most famous monuments. Both the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1983.

Nothing quite compares with Myanmar’s former capital, which still retains vestiges of its royal past. This adventure provides the rare opportunity to visit the legendary city of Mandalay and see its remarkable sights. Viewing the sunset from Mandalay Hill is an unforgettable experience; the pagodas and remains of the Royal Palace are equally impressive.

APR 2 – 4 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: MUMBAI

MAR 27 – 28 | 1.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: YANGON

* For In-Transit Guests

SIlVer Shore hotelS — VenIce, Italy Discover the world’s most desirable cities at your leisure with Silversea’s optional pre- and post-cruise hotel programme.

MACHU PICCHU, PERU

VOYAGE 4602

guilin — tradition and Beauty*

An overnight in an over-the-water bungalow offers an Intimate Escape to a romantic island where you can watch the marine life from your balcony or climb down the steps directly to snorkel in your little piece of paradise.

Guilin is famous for its scenery and has been known as ‘the most beautiful place in China.’ Cruise down the Li Jiang River with its limestone pinnacles as you glide past bamboo groves, boat villages and cormorant fishermen. Visit the Reed Flute Cave to view underground scenery of multicoloured lighting and fantastic stalactites and stalagmites. Wonder at Elephant Trunk Hill and Seven Star Park.

JAN 29 – 30 | 1.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: PAPEETE

MAR 6 – 8 | 2.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: HONG KONG

MOOREA, FRENCH POLYNESIA

Over-the-Water Overnight*

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Hanoi In-depth This comprehensive Mid-Voyage Land Adventure takes you to the capital of Vietnam, to discover Hanoi. Displaying glorious French colonial architecture and numerous lakes, Hanoi is the jewel of Vietnam’s crown. With a blend of east and west, you will see many of its most popular attractions.

SILVER SHORE SIMPLY HOTEL HOTEL MONACO & GRAND CANAL Overnight at a 4.5- or 5-star hotel before or after your cruise. Includes one night standard room accommodation and breakfast. These flexible overnight stays offer the option to add transfers, additional nights or upgrades, if desired.

SILVER SHORE GRANDE HOTEL BAUER IL PALAZZO Extend your Silversea holiday with a one-, two- or threenights’ stay at a landmark hotel or boutique property. Full breakfast, a private transfer between the airport and hotel, and a small-group transfer between the hotel and the pier are included. Additional nights and upgrades available upon request.

MAR 10 – 11 | 1.5 DAYS | REJOIN SHIP: HA LONG BAY SILV E R SE A.C OM / W OR L D C R U ISE 2016

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a world oF your own A voyage with Silversea is unlike any other form of travel. It welcomes you warmly, pampers you outrageously and shows you the world intimately. It gives you new insights and new friends to share the wonder. It is a bridge

Relaxed. At ease. Surrounded by understated comforts. This is the way to see the world, from the closer perspective of a smaller ship — invented and perfected by Silversea. The intimate Silver Whisper can slip easily into smaller bays and waterways … sailing into the heart of Bangkok, for example, while others anchor hours away. There are no lines, no crowds, so you can come and go as you please. Days are languidly free to do as you choose. Shopping, perhaps, or a private car with driver to some favoured locale. It’s as if a thoughtful host invited you to do as you will, scheduling your pastimes amid a surfeit of creature comforts and leisurely pursuits. Loll with a good book by the pool. Spend the day at the spa. Work out with a private trainer at the gym. Or do nothing at all. The choice is yours.

to understanding others … and yourself.

SIlVer whISPer dIStInctIonS • Intimate, ultra-luxury ship for 382 guests • All ocean-view suites, 85% with verandas

• Champagne, wines and spirits served throughout the ship

• Butler service for every suite

• In-suite bar with your preferred beverages

• Open-seating and speciality restaurants

• Exclusive partnerships with Relais & Châteaux and Slow Food

• Extraordinary service ratio of nearly one to one • The highest space ratios at sea

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a world oF your own A voyage with Silversea is unlike any other form of travel. It welcomes you warmly, pampers you outrageously and shows you the world intimately. It gives you new insights and new friends to share the wonder. It is a bridge

Relaxed. At ease. Surrounded by understated comforts. This is the way to see the world, from the closer perspective of a smaller ship — invented and perfected by Silversea. The intimate Silver Whisper can slip easily into smaller bays and waterways … sailing into the heart of Bangkok, for example, while others anchor hours away. There are no lines, no crowds, so you can come and go as you please. Days are languidly free to do as you choose. Shopping, perhaps, or a private car with driver to some favoured locale. It’s as if a thoughtful host invited you to do as you will, scheduling your pastimes amid a surfeit of creature comforts and leisurely pursuits. Loll with a good book by the pool. Spend the day at the spa. Work out with a private trainer at the gym. Or do nothing at all. The choice is yours.

to understanding others … and yourself.

SIlVer whISPer dIStInctIonS • Intimate, ultra-luxury ship for 382 guests • All ocean-view suites, 85% with verandas

• Champagne, wines and spirits served throughout the ship

• Butler service for every suite

• In-suite bar with your preferred beverages

• Open-seating and speciality restaurants

• Exclusive partnerships with Relais & Châteaux and Slow Food

• Extraordinary service ratio of nearly one to one • The highest space ratios at sea

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• Included onboard gratuities • Complimentary transportation to local town (most ports)

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your Sanctuary at Sea Sunlight floods your veranda and peers into your suite. Wines, spirits and other beverages (your preferences queried in advance) stock your private bar. Your ice bucket is full and crystal flutes await the celebratory gesture. This is your home away from home so customise it as you please. Your butler greets you with a choice of thoughtful options. Goose-down pillows? Check. Bvlgari soaps? Check. A few hors d’oeuvres before dinner? You need but ask. Have your butler unpack for you while you sip champagne and breathe in the fresh sea air. Ask him to book a table for two in Le Champagne, or help you host a cocktail party in the privacy of your suite. At the end of the night, slip into soft robes and slippers, and retire between the finest Pratesi sheets. In the morning, wake up, refreshed, to the sight of your next destination outside your veranda, and another day’s adventure.

your home away From home SUITE INDULGENCES • Butler service

SUITE CHOICES • Twin or queen-size bed

• Pratesi down duvets covers and fine bed linens

• Soft or firm mattress

• Spa robe and slippers • Spacious walk-in wardrobe

• Bvlgari, Ferragamo or hypoallergenic bath amenities

• Italian marble bathroom with full tub

• A choice of room scents by Laura Tonatto

• Flat screen TV

• Beverages including champagne, wines and spirits for in-suite bar and refrigerator

• WiFi Internet service

• Nine pillow types

• iPod® docking station • Writing desk with personalised stationery

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your Sanctuary at Sea Sunlight floods your veranda and peers into your suite. Wines, spirits and other beverages (your preferences queried in advance) stock your private bar. Your ice bucket is full and crystal flutes await the celebratory gesture. This is your home away from home so customise it as you please. Your butler greets you with a choice of thoughtful options. Goose-down pillows? Check. Bvlgari soaps? Check. A few hors d’oeuvres before dinner? You need but ask. Have your butler unpack for you while you sip champagne and breathe in the fresh sea air. Ask him to book a table for two in Le Champagne, or help you host a cocktail party in the privacy of your suite. At the end of the night, slip into soft robes and slippers, and retire between the finest Pratesi sheets. In the morning, wake up, refreshed, to the sight of your next destination outside your veranda, and another day’s adventure.

your home away From home SUITE INDULGENCES • Butler service

SUITE CHOICES • Twin or queen-size bed

• Pratesi down duvets covers and fine bed linens

• Soft or firm mattress

• Spa robe and slippers • Spacious walk-in wardrobe

• Bvlgari, Ferragamo or hypoallergenic bath amenities

• Italian marble bathroom with full tub

• A choice of room scents by Laura Tonatto

• Flat screen TV

• Beverages including champagne, wines and spirits for in-suite bar and refrigerator

• WiFi Internet service

• Nine pillow types

• iPod® docking station • Writing desk with personalised stationery

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enrIchIng PerSPectIVeS. leISurely PurSuItS. With perhaps the highest space ratio at sea, Silver Whisper has room for a surprising number of amenities from a fully-equipped gym to a show lounge with proscenium stage. Not to mention the extraordinary enrichment opportunities we line up on our world cruise — noted academics, diplomats, guest chefs and other experts who provide fresh perspectives about the heritage, cuisines and traditions of the places you visit. But perhaps most of all, a voyage with Silversea remains a remarkably social occasion. Especially in the evening when the ship overflows with food, wine and song … quiet murmurs and excited laughter. Take a seat for an outstanding performance in the Show Lounge. Applaud the pianist in The Bar, or enjoy cabaret in the Panorama Lounge, an aerie perch from which to survey falling stars and swaying dancers.

actIVItIeS and entertaInment

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• ACBL bridge

• L’École des Chefs by Relais & Châteaux

• Afternoon tea

• Library

• Boutiques

• Pilates, yoga, personal training

• Concert-style entertainment

• Pool, whirlpools and sauna

• Casino

• Silver Perspectives® Enrichment Programme

• Cooking demonstrations

• Singles events

• Fitness centre

• Spa treatments

• Internet café

• Wellness programme

• Jogging

• Wine tastings

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enrIchIng PerSPectIVeS. leISurely PurSuItS. With perhaps the highest space ratio at sea, Silver Whisper has room for a surprising number of amenities from a fully-equipped gym to a show lounge with proscenium stage. Not to mention the extraordinary enrichment opportunities we line up on our world cruise — noted academics, diplomats, guest chefs and other experts who provide fresh perspectives about the heritage, cuisines and traditions of the places you visit. But perhaps most of all, a voyage with Silversea remains a remarkably social occasion. Especially in the evening when the ship overflows with food, wine and song … quiet murmurs and excited laughter. Take a seat for an outstanding performance in the Show Lounge. Applaud the pianist in The Bar, or enjoy cabaret in the Panorama Lounge, an aerie perch from which to survey falling stars and swaying dancers.

actIVItIeS and entertaInment

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• ACBL bridge

• L’École des Chefs by Relais & Châteaux

• Afternoon tea

• Library

• Boutiques

• Pilates, yoga, personal training

• Concert-style entertainment

• Pool, whirlpools and sauna

• Casino

• Silver Perspectives® Enrichment Programme

• Cooking demonstrations

• Singles events

• Fitness centre

• Spa treatments

• Internet café

• Wellness programme

• Jogging

• Wine tastings

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PleaSureS oF the Palate The culinary arts have always been a centrepiece of the Silversea experience and each night presents an array of delectable alternatives. The international larder is extraordinary: grass-fed beef, Maine lobster; French pâtés; fresh produce gathered in each port of call. Your preferences are well considered. Your requests faultlessly honoured. In fact if it’s not on the menu, don’t be surprised when it magically appears. Our chefs delight in pleasing guests with preparations à la minute. Dine under a blaze of stars at The Grill, or amid the soft glow of candlelight and rarefied vintages in Le Champagne. Authentic Italian recipes and farm-to-table ingredients come together with passion in La Terrazza, a flavourful expression of our partnership with Slow Food Promozione. Or enjoy an impromptu dinner with friends in The Restaurant with its dignified but delightfully congenial ambience.

dInIng choIceS THE RESTAURANT Our elegant main restaurant showcases authentic regional cuisine, along with vegetarian and Relais & Châteaux specialities. Open-seating for breakfast, lunch and dinner. LA TERRAZZA Silversea’s signature restaurant is in partnership with Slow Food, the international eco-gastronomy movement. Dine indoors or al fresco. Authentic Italian cuisine is prepared with fresh, locally sourced and sustainable ingredients. Buffet breakfast and lunch. Reservations required for dinner.

LE CHAMPAGNE BY RELAIS & CHÂTEAUX Enjoy an exquisite culinary event with a wide range of offerings created in collaboration with the Master Chefs of Relais & Châteaux. Seasonally-inspired menus showcase regional specialities prepared with fresh locally sourced produce and artisanal products. Enjoy complimentary wines or options from our Connoisseur’s List. Per guest dining fee. Reservations required. POOL GRILL AND THE GRILL Casual convenience near the pool. At night The Grill becomes an interactive venue where diners grill their own entrées on a heated volcanic rock. Reservations required for dinner. IN-SUITE Dine course by course on selections from The Restaurant during dinner hours. A room service menu is also available 24 hours a day.

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PleaSureS oF the Palate The culinary arts have always been a centrepiece of the Silversea experience and each night presents an array of delectable alternatives. The international larder is extraordinary: grass-fed beef, Maine lobster; French pâtés; fresh produce gathered in each port of call. Your preferences are well considered. Your requests faultlessly honoured. In fact if it’s not on the menu, don’t be surprised when it magically appears. Our chefs delight in pleasing guests with preparations à la minute. Dine under a blaze of stars at The Grill, or amid the soft glow of candlelight and rarefied vintages in Le Champagne. Authentic Italian recipes and farm-to-table ingredients come together with passion in La Terrazza, a flavourful expression of our partnership with Slow Food Promozione. Or enjoy an impromptu dinner with friends in The Restaurant with its dignified but delightfully congenial ambience.

dInIng choIceS THE RESTAURANT Our elegant main restaurant showcases authentic regional cuisine, along with vegetarian and Relais & Châteaux specialities. Open-seating for breakfast, lunch and dinner. LA TERRAZZA Silversea’s signature restaurant is in partnership with Slow Food, the international eco-gastronomy movement. Dine indoors or al fresco. Authentic Italian cuisine is prepared with fresh, locally sourced and sustainable ingredients. Buffet breakfast and lunch. Reservations required for dinner.

LE CHAMPAGNE BY RELAIS & CHÂTEAUX Enjoy an exquisite culinary event with a wide range of offerings created in collaboration with the Master Chefs of Relais & Châteaux. Seasonally-inspired menus showcase regional specialities prepared with fresh locally sourced produce and artisanal products. Enjoy complimentary wines or options from our Connoisseur’s List. Per guest dining fee. Reservations required. POOL GRILL AND THE GRILL Casual convenience near the pool. At night The Grill becomes an interactive venue where diners grill their own entrées on a heated volcanic rock. Reservations required for dinner. IN-SUITE Dine course by course on selections from The Restaurant during dinner hours. A room service menu is also available 24 hours a day.

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VENETIAN WORLD ODYSSEY 2016

VenetIan world odySSey 2016 — termS and condItIonS

SIlVer whISPer — decK PlanS Full world cruISe gueStS FareS and Included BeneFItS

10 9 8 7 6 5 4

DECK 4 The Restaurant

FULL WORLD CRUISE FARE FROM*

1 BEDROOM OWNER’S

$181,350

1 BEDROOM GRAND

$151,450

1 BEDROOM ROYAL

$143,950

SILVER

$137,150

MEDALLION

$127,450

VERANDA 4

$81,950

VERANDA 3

$81,650

VERANDA 2

$77,150

VERANDA 1

$74,950

TERRACE

$65,950

VISTA

$59,950

410

412

414

416

418

420

422

424

426

428

430

432

434

E E

SUITE CATEGORY

E

The Restaurant E E

409

415

411

421

423

425

427

429

431

433

435

437

439

Launderette

DECK 5 The Casino / The Bar / Boutiques / Reception / Guest Relations / Shore Concierge / Cruise Consultant / The Show Lounge 502

504

506

508

510

512

514

516

518

520

522

524

526 528

Bar

530 532

534

E E

Shore Reception Concierge Lobby Cruise Consultant

The Bar

Stage

Show Lounge

E E

Casino E

Jewellery

501

503

505

507

509

511

515

521

523

525

527

529

531

533

535

537

Boutique

INCLUDED BENEFITS — FULL WORLD CRUISE

DECK 6 The Show Lounge 602

604

606

608 610

612

614

616

618

620

622

624

626

628

630

632

634

Launderette

640

642

644

646 648

650

652

654

656

658

Show Lounge

Stage

E E

AIR1

E

603

605

607 609

611

615

621

623

625

627

629

631

633

637

635

639

641

643

645

647 649

651

653

655

657

659

601

E E

La Terrazza / Le Champagne / The Connoisseur’s Corner / Conference Room / Card Room

E

701

703

705 707

709

711

717

719

721

723

725

727

729

733

731

735

DECK 8

EXCLUSIVE EVENTS

3

SILVERSEA EXPERIENCES ASHORE

3

COMPLIMENTARY LAUNDRY SERVICE

YES

COMPLIMENTARY INTERNET PACKAGE

YES

COMMEMORATIVE GIFTS

YES

804

806 808

810

812

814

816

818

820

822

824

826

828

830

SPECIFICATIONS

E E 803

805 807

809

815

817

819

821

823

825

827

829

831

833 Pool Bar

Library

Internet Café

Cruise only pricing available on request. 1Offered from select cities. See terms and conditions. 2US Domestic First Class, International Business Class. 3Based on double occupancy suite. 4 Restrictions apply.

*

E

Pool Panorama Lounge

$4,0003

801

Pool Grill

Launderette

E E

YES

802

Pool / Pool Bar / The Pool Grill / The Library / Internet Café / The Panorama Lounge

YES

BON VOYAGE GALA & OVERNIGHT

UP TO 2 BAGS COMPLIMENTARY BAGGAGE 50 LBS EA, PER GUEST VALET SERVICE4

702

704

706 708

710

712

714

716

718

720

722

724

728

730

732

736

Conference Room

734

Connoisseur’s Corner

Le Champagne

La Terrazza

E E

TRANSFER

ONBOARD SPENDING CREDIT

DECK 7

E E

BUSINESS CLASS2

Crew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302

DECK 9

Officers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . European

Jogging Track 916

918

920

922 924

926

928

930

Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610 Feet/186 Metres

E

Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81.8 Feet/24.9 Metres 915

917

919

921 923

925

927

929

931

933

Jogging Track

Open view to Swimming Pool

Guests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 382 Tonnage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28,258

Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5 Knots Passenger Decks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

DECK 10

3rd Guest Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

The Fitness Centre / The Spa at Silversea / Beauty Salon / The Observation Lounge

Connecting Suites 416/418, 511/515, 516/518, 616/618

E

The Spa

Fitness Centre

Observation Lounge

Beauty Salon

Handicap Suites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535,537 Built. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001 Registry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bahamas

BOOK YOUR WORLD CRUISE TODAY.

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Information contained in this brochure does not form part of any offer or contract. The transportation of guests and baggage on Silversea vessels is provided solely by Silversea and is governed by the terms and conditions printed on the Passage Contract. The Passage Contract will be included with your travel documents, is available upon request, or can be accessed through our website at Silversea.com, and contains complete and important information regarding cancellations, itineraries, Silversea’s liability, health and immigration requirements, and other relevant terms and conditions. By making a deposit or payment for a reservation you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the Passage Contract. Fares quoted are in U.S. dollars, per guest, based on double occupancy. Venetian Society member fares for the full Venetian World Odyssey 2016 or for the featured segments may vary from fares shown, contingent upon the member’s total number of days traveled with Silversea. Detailed fare information will be confirmed at time of reservation. Single supplements start from 50% above the double occupancy fare and may vary by category. Fares reflect the best available prices for our voyages; are capacity controlled; and are likely to increase as the sailing date approaches, may vary by category, may not be available in all categories and are not combinable with certain other promotional offers and do not apply to Silver Sky Air Programme, Hotel, or Silver Shore Land Adventures. Silversea makes every effort to adhere to the specifics shown in this or any publication. However, circumstances may necessitate variations. All information, fares, savings, offers, itineraries, ports of call, and programmes are subject to change without notice. For additional details please contact your travel professional. Voyage Highlights, Excursions and Enrichment Programme Speakers shown are subject to change and/or cancellation without prior notice. Silversea is not liable for any representation, act or omission by the guest’s Travel Agent, as they are considered to be the agent of the guest(s) and not of Silversea. TAXES, GOVERNMENT FEES/QUASI-GOVERNMENT FEES AND FUEL SUPPLEMENTS Silversea reserves the right to pass through to its guests (including fully paid and deposited guests) any taxes and government fees/quasi-government fees that relate specifically to a guest’s itinerary. “Taxes and Government fees/quasi-government fees” include any and all fees, charges, surcharges, tolls and taxes imposed by governmental or quasi-governmental authorities including, but not limited to, customs fees, per person berth taxes or fees, embarkation and/or disembarkation fees at ports, airline transportation fees, dockage fees, and wharfage fees. Silversea reserves the right to charge a per person fuel supplement in the event that the price of Brent* crude oil is greater than $80.00 per barrel at any time prior to sailing, up to and including the day of embarkation. *Brent crude oil prices published on www.Bloomberg.com Silversea may collect any taxes, government fees/quasi-government fees and fuel supplement (the “Surcharges”) at the time of booking, prior to sailing or on board the vessel, even if the cruise fare has been paid in full. Surcharges will be invoiced accordingly. SHIPBOARD ACCOUNT: Upon embarkation, guests will be asked to register their VISA, Master Card, or American Express credit card number and expiration date, which must be valid through the final day of their voyage. All charges for services provided and products purchased onboard must be settled in cash or above listed credit card at the end of each voyage segment and before final disembarkation from the ship. SILVER SKY® AIR PROGRAMME: *Offered from select U.S. and Canadian gateways, including roundtrip air plus private transfer between the airport/luxury hotel, small group transfer hotel/ pier and small group boat transfer pier/airport. For a limited time, guests purchasing the 115-Day Full World Cruise and adding the optional Silver Sky Air Programme to their booking will receive Business Class Air (“Promotional Air Package”). Business Class Air is defined as US Domestic Business Class (First Class if Business not offered) and International/transoceanic Business Class. Due to limited air availability, Business Class Air may not be available at time of booking in which case Economy Class will be substituted. All Air Packages are: (1) applicable to first and second full fare cruise guests booking/purchasing the applicable Air Package for roundtrip travel via Silversea’s Preferred Airline Partners, (2) capacity controlled and subject to availability, (3) limited to specific U.S. and Canadian gateways and airlines. Silversea may choose to withdraw or modify Air Package offers at any time without advance notice. Silversea reserves the right to select the air carrier, routing and departure airport from each gateway city. Silversea reserves the right to request full payment of the Airfare at any time. Once airline tickets are issued, or within 90-days of scheduled departure, penalties apply for cancellation. Changes made to travel dates or flight itinerary will be subject to fees (refer to Deviation and Administrative Fees at Silversea.com). Airline baggage fees are not included. All other Terms and Conditions of the Silver Sky Air Programme apply. Refer to Silversea. com for complete details DEPOSIT & PAYMENT: To reserve a suite on the 115-Day Venetian World Odyssey 2016 or any voyage segment, a 25% deposit of the total cruise fare is required. Deposits must be received within seven days of booking or sooner, depending on time of booking. Unless otherwise noted, final payment must be received by Silversea 120 days prior to cruise departure. For bookings made within 30 days of departure, final payment must be received within 48 hours. Silversea reserves the right to cancel any booking not fully paid at the time final payment is due. Payment may be made by cheque (US Funds), VISA, Master Card, American Express or Discover. CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS: Silversea’s cancellation penalties are strictly enforced. Cancellation requests must be addressed to and received in writing at Silversea Reservations, 110 East Broward

Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33301, USA. Cancellation requests for guests booked on the full 115-Day Venetian World Odyssey 2016, or any combination of segments will be subject to Cancellation Penalties: PENALTIES: SAILING 54 – 115 DAYS: From the date of deposit to 121 days prior to sailing: $250 per guest sailing in a Vista, Terrace, Veranda or Midship Veranda Suite; $500 per guest sailing in a Medallion, Silver, Royal, Grand, or Owner’s Suite. 120 – 91 days prior to your initial sailing date: 20% of the total cruise fare per guest 90 – 75 days prior to your initial sailing date: 50% of the total cruise fare per guest 74 – 0 days prior to your initial sailing date or non-appearance at the time of sailing: 100% of the total cruise fare per guest PENALTIES: SAILING 11 – 53 DAYS: 120 – 91 days prior to your initial sailing date: 15% of the total cruise fare per guest 90 – 46 days prior to your initial sailing date: 50% of the total cruise fare per guest 45 – 31 days prior to your initial sailing date: 75% of the total cruise fare per guest 30 – 0 days prior to your initial sailing date, or non-appearance at the time of sailing: 100% of the total cruise fare per guest Guests who are booked on the full 115-Day Venetian World Odyssey 2016 who cancel any portion of the cruise, will have their entire booking cancelled and will be re-booked on the revised segment(s) subject to space availability at the time of change. Guests booked on the full 115-Day Venetian World Odyssey 2016 in a Silver Suite or higher, who cancel any portion of the cruise will forfeit their suite. Silversea reserves the right to allocate suites or suite categories to specific combination segments, hence all suites or suite categories may not be available for specific segments or segment combinations. Changes are subject to cancellation penalties. UNSCHEDULED EMBARKATION/DISEMBARKATION: International cabotage laws may prohibit guest from embarking or disembarking their voyage in any port except main schedule embarkation and disembarkation ports. If you choose to embark/ disembark your voyage at any unscheduled embarkation/ disembarkation port, you may incur additional charges intended to cover any fine or penalty levied against Silversea and any other additional costs. †ONBOARD SPENDING CREDIT: May be used towards shore excursions, spa treatments, premium selections from the Connoisseur’s List of wines and spirits, alternative restaurant dining fees, and/ or purchases in the onboard boutiques; not for use in the Casino. Offer is per double occupancy suite, not per voyage, and may only be applied once on consecutive voyages. Single occupancy suites will receive 50% of the stated Onboard Spending Credit. May not be redeemed for cash and any unused portion will be forfeited. Valued in U.S. dollars, regardless of booking currency. Other restrictions may apply. SILVER SHORE LAND AND HOTEL PROGRAMMES: May be subject to cancellation penalties. Visit Silversea.com for details. HEALTH AND MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS: By booking passage, the guest represents and warrants that he/she is physically and otherwise fit to travel, and that the guest will comply at all times with applicable rules and regulations of the ship and orders and instructions of the ship’s officers and medical staff. Silversea reserves the right without liability to require a guest to disembark and/or to refuse to board a guest who, in the judgment of Silversea or the ship’s Master or Medical Officer, is unfit to travel or may require care beyond that which Silversea is reasonably able to provide. Expectant mothers are required to supply a medical certificate establishing their fitness for travel at the time they are due to travel. Silversea is unable to accommodate women who have entered their twenty-fourth week of pregnancy. For additional details regarding health and medical requirements, please visit Silversea.com. TRAVEL DOCUMENTS AND HEALTH INFORMATION: All travel documents (air and cruise tickets, passport, medical card, inoculation verification) are the guest’s responsibility. It is also the guest’s responsibility to obtain any necessary visas and public health documents for all applicable ports and to comply with all customs requirements. Without the required documents, a guest may be denied boarding and accommodation by Silversea, or the guest may be disembarked during the voyage and Silversea will not make a refund or be otherwise liable to any guest for such denial of boarding or disembarkation. Some countries require passports to be valid six months beyond intended stay. Please check with the appropriate consulate for specific requirements. LECTURERS AND PERSONALITIES: Independent contractors retained by Silversea (including but not limited to: lecturers, guest personalities, guest speakers, chefs, enrichment specialists and entertainers) are subject to change and/or cancellation without notice. OPTIONAL TRAVEL PROTECTION: Silversea strongly recommends that all guests purchase comprehensive Travel Cancellation/Interruption Protection for the full purchase price of the cruise as well as air and/or land programme costs. Your travel professional can provide more information about Silversea GuestCare®, an optional traºvel protection plan designed especially for our guests. All information herein is accurate and in effect at time of printing. Silversea reserves the right to correct any errors or omissions. Ship’s registry: Bahamas.


VENETIAN WORLD ODYSSEY 2016

VenetIan world odySSey 2016 — termS and condItIonS

SIlVer whISPer — decK PlanS Full world cruISe gueStS FareS and Included BeneFItS

10 9 8 7 6 5 4

DECK 4 The Restaurant

FULL WORLD CRUISE FARE FROM*

1 BEDROOM OWNER’S

$181,350

1 BEDROOM GRAND

$151,450

1 BEDROOM ROYAL

$143,950

SILVER

$137,150

MEDALLION

$127,450

VERANDA 4

$81,950

VERANDA 3

$81,650

VERANDA 2

$77,150

VERANDA 1

$74,950

TERRACE

$65,950

VISTA

$59,950

410

412

414

416

418

420

422

424

426

428

430

432

434

E E

SUITE CATEGORY

E

The Restaurant E E

409

415

411

421

423

425

427

429

431

433

435

437

439

Launderette

DECK 5 The Casino / The Bar / Boutiques / Reception / Guest Relations / Shore Concierge / Cruise Consultant / The Show Lounge 502

504

506

508

510

512

514

516

518

520

522

524

526 528

Bar

530 532

534

E E

Shore Reception Concierge Lobby Cruise Consultant

The Bar

Stage

Show Lounge

E E

Casino E

Jewellery

501

503

505

507

509

511

515

521

523

525

527

529

531

533

535

537

Boutique

INCLUDED BENEFITS — FULL WORLD CRUISE

DECK 6 The Show Lounge 602

604

606

608 610

612

614

616

618

620

622

624

626

628

630

632

634

Launderette

640

642

644

646 648

650

652

654

656

658

Show Lounge

Stage

E E

AIR1

E

603

605

607 609

611

615

621

623

625

627

629

631

633

637

635

639

641

643

645

647 649

651

653

655

657

659

601

E E

La Terrazza / Le Champagne / The Connoisseur’s Corner / Conference Room / Card Room

E

701

703

705 707

709

711

717

719

721

723

725

727

729

733

731

735

DECK 8

EXCLUSIVE EVENTS

3

SILVERSEA EXPERIENCES ASHORE

3

COMPLIMENTARY LAUNDRY SERVICE

YES

COMPLIMENTARY INTERNET PACKAGE

YES

COMMEMORATIVE GIFTS

YES

804

806 808

810

812

814

816

818

820

822

824

826

828

830

SPECIFICATIONS

E E 803

805 807

809

815

817

819

821

823

825

827

829

831

833 Pool Bar

Library

Internet Café

Cruise only pricing available on request. 1Offered from select cities. See terms and conditions. 2US Domestic First Class, International Business Class. 3Based on double occupancy suite. 4 Restrictions apply.

*

E

Pool Panorama Lounge

$4,0003

801

Pool Grill

Launderette

E E

YES

802

Pool / Pool Bar / The Pool Grill / The Library / Internet Café / The Panorama Lounge

YES

BON VOYAGE GALA & OVERNIGHT

UP TO 2 BAGS COMPLIMENTARY BAGGAGE 50 LBS EA, PER GUEST VALET SERVICE4

702

704

706 708

710

712

714

716

718

720

722

724

728

730

732

736

Conference Room

734

Connoisseur’s Corner

Le Champagne

La Terrazza

E E

TRANSFER

ONBOARD SPENDING CREDIT

DECK 7

E E

BUSINESS CLASS2

Crew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302

DECK 9

Officers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . European

Jogging Track 916

918

920

922 924

926

928

930

Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610 Feet/186 Metres

E

Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81.8 Feet/24.9 Metres 915

917

919

921 923

925

927

929

931

933

Jogging Track

Open view to Swimming Pool

Guests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 382 Tonnage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28,258

Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5 Knots Passenger Decks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

DECK 10

3rd Guest Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

The Fitness Centre / The Spa at Silversea / Beauty Salon / The Observation Lounge

Connecting Suites 416/418, 511/515, 516/518, 616/618

E

The Spa

Fitness Centre

Observation Lounge

Beauty Salon

Handicap Suites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535,537 Built. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001 Registry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bahamas

BOOK YOUR WORLD CRUISE TODAY.

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Information contained in this brochure does not form part of any offer or contract. The transportation of guests and baggage on Silversea vessels is provided solely by Silversea and is governed by the terms and conditions printed on the Passage Contract. The Passage Contract will be included with your travel documents, is available upon request, or can be accessed through our website at Silversea.com, and contains complete and important information regarding cancellations, itineraries, Silversea’s liability, health and immigration requirements, and other relevant terms and conditions. By making a deposit or payment for a reservation you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the Passage Contract. Fares quoted are in U.S. dollars, per guest, based on double occupancy. Venetian Society member fares for the full Venetian World Odyssey 2016 or for the featured segments may vary from fares shown, contingent upon the member’s total number of days traveled with Silversea. Detailed fare information will be confirmed at time of reservation. Single supplements start from 50% above the double occupancy fare and may vary by category. Fares reflect the best available prices for our voyages; are capacity controlled; and are likely to increase as the sailing date approaches, may vary by category, may not be available in all categories and are not combinable with certain other promotional offers and do not apply to Silver Sky Air Programme, Hotel, or Silver Shore Land Adventures. Silversea makes every effort to adhere to the specifics shown in this or any publication. However, circumstances may necessitate variations. All information, fares, savings, offers, itineraries, ports of call, and programmes are subject to change without notice. For additional details please contact your travel professional. Voyage Highlights, Excursions and Enrichment Programme Speakers shown are subject to change and/or cancellation without prior notice. Silversea is not liable for any representation, act or omission by the guest’s Travel Agent, as they are considered to be the agent of the guest(s) and not of Silversea. TAXES, GOVERNMENT FEES/QUASI-GOVERNMENT FEES AND FUEL SUPPLEMENTS Silversea reserves the right to pass through to its guests (including fully paid and deposited guests) any taxes and government fees/quasi-government fees that relate specifically to a guest’s itinerary. “Taxes and Government fees/quasi-government fees” include any and all fees, charges, surcharges, tolls and taxes imposed by governmental or quasi-governmental authorities including, but not limited to, customs fees, per person berth taxes or fees, embarkation and/or disembarkation fees at ports, airline transportation fees, dockage fees, and wharfage fees. Silversea reserves the right to charge a per person fuel supplement in the event that the price of Brent* crude oil is greater than $80.00 per barrel at any time prior to sailing, up to and including the day of embarkation. *Brent crude oil prices published on www.Bloomberg.com Silversea may collect any taxes, government fees/quasi-government fees and fuel supplement (the “Surcharges”) at the time of booking, prior to sailing or on board the vessel, even if the cruise fare has been paid in full. Surcharges will be invoiced accordingly. SHIPBOARD ACCOUNT: Upon embarkation, guests will be asked to register their VISA, Master Card, or American Express credit card number and expiration date, which must be valid through the final day of their voyage. All charges for services provided and products purchased onboard must be settled in cash or above listed credit card at the end of each voyage segment and before final disembarkation from the ship. SILVER SKY® AIR PROGRAMME: *Offered from select U.S. and Canadian gateways, including roundtrip air plus private transfer between the airport/luxury hotel, small group transfer hotel/ pier and small group boat transfer pier/airport. For a limited time, guests purchasing the 115-Day Full World Cruise and adding the optional Silver Sky Air Programme to their booking will receive Business Class Air (“Promotional Air Package”). Business Class Air is defined as US Domestic Business Class (First Class if Business not offered) and International/transoceanic Business Class. Due to limited air availability, Business Class Air may not be available at time of booking in which case Economy Class will be substituted. All Air Packages are: (1) applicable to first and second full fare cruise guests booking/purchasing the applicable Air Package for roundtrip travel via Silversea’s Preferred Airline Partners, (2) capacity controlled and subject to availability, (3) limited to specific U.S. and Canadian gateways and airlines. Silversea may choose to withdraw or modify Air Package offers at any time without advance notice. Silversea reserves the right to select the air carrier, routing and departure airport from each gateway city. Silversea reserves the right to request full payment of the Airfare at any time. Once airline tickets are issued, or within 90-days of scheduled departure, penalties apply for cancellation. Changes made to travel dates or flight itinerary will be subject to fees (refer to Deviation and Administrative Fees at Silversea.com). Airline baggage fees are not included. All other Terms and Conditions of the Silver Sky Air Programme apply. Refer to Silversea. com for complete details DEPOSIT & PAYMENT: To reserve a suite on the 115-Day Venetian World Odyssey 2016 or any voyage segment, a 25% deposit of the total cruise fare is required. Deposits must be received within seven days of booking or sooner, depending on time of booking. Unless otherwise noted, final payment must be received by Silversea 120 days prior to cruise departure. For bookings made within 30 days of departure, final payment must be received within 48 hours. Silversea reserves the right to cancel any booking not fully paid at the time final payment is due. Payment may be made by cheque (US Funds), VISA, Master Card, American Express or Discover. CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS: Silversea’s cancellation penalties are strictly enforced. Cancellation requests must be addressed to and received in writing at Silversea Reservations, 110 East Broward

Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33301, USA. Cancellation requests for guests booked on the full 115-Day Venetian World Odyssey 2016, or any combination of segments will be subject to Cancellation Penalties: PENALTIES: SAILING 54 – 115 DAYS: From the date of deposit to 121 days prior to sailing: $250 per guest sailing in a Vista, Terrace, Veranda or Midship Veranda Suite; $500 per guest sailing in a Medallion, Silver, Royal, Grand, or Owner’s Suite. 120 – 91 days prior to your initial sailing date: 20% of the total cruise fare per guest 90 – 75 days prior to your initial sailing date: 50% of the total cruise fare per guest 74 – 0 days prior to your initial sailing date or non-appearance at the time of sailing: 100% of the total cruise fare per guest PENALTIES: SAILING 11 – 53 DAYS: 120 – 91 days prior to your initial sailing date: 15% of the total cruise fare per guest 90 – 46 days prior to your initial sailing date: 50% of the total cruise fare per guest 45 – 31 days prior to your initial sailing date: 75% of the total cruise fare per guest 30 – 0 days prior to your initial sailing date, or non-appearance at the time of sailing: 100% of the total cruise fare per guest Guests who are booked on the full 115-Day Venetian World Odyssey 2016 who cancel any portion of the cruise, will have their entire booking cancelled and will be re-booked on the revised segment(s) subject to space availability at the time of change. Guests booked on the full 115-Day Venetian World Odyssey 2016 in a Silver Suite or higher, who cancel any portion of the cruise will forfeit their suite. Silversea reserves the right to allocate suites or suite categories to specific combination segments, hence all suites or suite categories may not be available for specific segments or segment combinations. Changes are subject to cancellation penalties. UNSCHEDULED EMBARKATION/DISEMBARKATION: International cabotage laws may prohibit guest from embarking or disembarking their voyage in any port except main schedule embarkation and disembarkation ports. If you choose to embark/ disembark your voyage at any unscheduled embarkation/ disembarkation port, you may incur additional charges intended to cover any fine or penalty levied against Silversea and any other additional costs. †ONBOARD SPENDING CREDIT: May be used towards shore excursions, spa treatments, premium selections from the Connoisseur’s List of wines and spirits, alternative restaurant dining fees, and/ or purchases in the onboard boutiques; not for use in the Casino. Offer is per double occupancy suite, not per voyage, and may only be applied once on consecutive voyages. Single occupancy suites will receive 50% of the stated Onboard Spending Credit. May not be redeemed for cash and any unused portion will be forfeited. Valued in U.S. dollars, regardless of booking currency. Other restrictions may apply. SILVER SHORE LAND AND HOTEL PROGRAMMES: May be subject to cancellation penalties. Visit Silversea.com for details. HEALTH AND MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS: By booking passage, the guest represents and warrants that he/she is physically and otherwise fit to travel, and that the guest will comply at all times with applicable rules and regulations of the ship and orders and instructions of the ship’s officers and medical staff. Silversea reserves the right without liability to require a guest to disembark and/or to refuse to board a guest who, in the judgment of Silversea or the ship’s Master or Medical Officer, is unfit to travel or may require care beyond that which Silversea is reasonably able to provide. Expectant mothers are required to supply a medical certificate establishing their fitness for travel at the time they are due to travel. Silversea is unable to accommodate women who have entered their twenty-fourth week of pregnancy. For additional details regarding health and medical requirements, please visit Silversea.com. TRAVEL DOCUMENTS AND HEALTH INFORMATION: All travel documents (air and cruise tickets, passport, medical card, inoculation verification) are the guest’s responsibility. It is also the guest’s responsibility to obtain any necessary visas and public health documents for all applicable ports and to comply with all customs requirements. Without the required documents, a guest may be denied boarding and accommodation by Silversea, or the guest may be disembarked during the voyage and Silversea will not make a refund or be otherwise liable to any guest for such denial of boarding or disembarkation. Some countries require passports to be valid six months beyond intended stay. Please check with the appropriate consulate for specific requirements. LECTURERS AND PERSONALITIES: Independent contractors retained by Silversea (including but not limited to: lecturers, guest personalities, guest speakers, chefs, enrichment specialists and entertainers) are subject to change and/or cancellation without notice. OPTIONAL TRAVEL PROTECTION: Silversea strongly recommends that all guests purchase comprehensive Travel Cancellation/Interruption Protection for the full purchase price of the cruise as well as air and/or land programme costs. Your travel professional can provide more information about Silversea GuestCare®, an optional traºvel protection plan designed especially for our guests. All information herein is accurate and in effect at time of printing. Silversea reserves the right to correct any errors or omissions. Ship’s registry: Bahamas.


VENETIAN

WORLD

ODYSSEY

115 DAYS. 6 CONTINENTS. 31 COUNTRIES. 51 PORTS.

WC14228-P | PRINTED IN THE USA

2016

JANUARY 5 – APRIL 30, 2016

VENICE, ITALY

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World Cruise - World Odyssey 2016  
World Cruise - World Odyssey 2016