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March 07, 2005

Silversea Cruises Announces 2006 Worldwide Cruise Schedule

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SILVERSEA ANNOUNCES 2006 WORLDWIDE CRUISE SCHEDULE

Highlights Include 23 Exciting New Ports of Call

Ft. Lauderdale, FL (February 25, 2005) - Silversea Cruises has just announced the full-year 2006 worldwide itineraries for its four ultra-luxury ships. Complete day-by-day itineraries for all voyages can now be found at www.silversea.com.

The award-winning luxury cruise line is set to visit 318 different ports in 100 countries, offering over 145 itineraries. Highlighting the 2006 schedule are inaugural calls in: Eden, Exmouth and Kangaroo Island, Australia; Khasab, Oman; Kura Kura, Indonesia; Pusan, South Korea; Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina; Ilheus, Brazil; Bocas del Toro, Panama; Costa Maya, Mexico; Grand Turk Island, Turks and Caicos; St. Eustatius Island, Netherlands Antilles; Ventura, California; San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua; Derna and Tobruk, Libya; Iskenderun, Turkey; Zante, Greece; Andalsnes and Ulvik, Norway; Brest, France; and Isafjordur, Iceland.

“Next year our focus is on offering our guests fresh and intriguing worldwide experiences in combination with destinations that are traditional favorites,” said David Morris, Silversea’s Senior Vice President, North America Sales. “With 23 brand new ports of call throughout the world, our 2006 schedule is one of the most diverse we’ve ever offered. We continue to break ground with innovative itineraries that are the perfect complement to our all-inclusive, ultra-luxury shipboard experience, personalized service and genuine Italian hospitality.”

Silver Cloud

The 296-guest Silver Cloud will begin 2006 with a series of cruises to South America, followed by a Caribbean and transatlantic voyage. From April to early November, the ship will take part in a total of 21 cruises through the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, ranging from seven to 15 days. Highlighting Silver Cloud’s extended summer schedule are three-day stopovers in historic St. Petersburg, Russia, plus inaugural calls in Brest, France; Isafjordur, Iceland; Andalsnes and Ulvik, Norway; Tobruk, Libya; and Iskenderun, Turkey. In the fall, the ship transits the Suez Canal and explores the Arabian Peninsula, making an inaugural call in Khasab, Oman before setting a course through the Indian Ocean to Australia.

Silver Wind

The 296-guest Silver Wind starts the year exploring South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, the Seychelles and the Arabian Peninsula. From March to early November, the ship will offer 25 cruises through the Mediterranean, ranging from seven to 16 days. Highlighting the ship’s extended summer schedule are return visits to exotic destinations like Beirut, Tartous and Tripoli, as well as inaugural calls to Derna, Libya and Zante, Greece. In the fall, the ship makes a transatlantic crossing to South America for a series of five cruises from seven to ten days, giving Silversea guests a chance to explore the new ports of Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina and Ilheus, Brazil.

Silver Shadow

A series of cruises to Australia, New Zealand and the Far East will kick off the year for 382-guest Silver Shadow. Highlighting the winter and spring voyages are first-ever calls to Eden, Exmouth and Kangaroo Island, Australia; Kura Kura, Indonesia; and Pusan, South Korea, plus return visits to China, Japan, Cambodia and Vietnam. During the summer, the ship returns to ever-popular Alaska and the Pacific Coast, offering a series of ten cruises with an inaugural call in Ventura, California. During the fall, the ship transits the Panama Canal en route to the Caribbean, where guests will have a chance to discover the unique beauty and charm of Bocas del Toro (Panama), Costa Maya (Mexico) and Grand Turk Island (Turks and Caicos) – all new ports for Silversea.

Silver Whisper

During winter, Silver Whisper visits the sun-drenched beaches of the Caribbean and Mexico on 14 different itineraries, ranging from four to 15 days, highlighted by Silversea’s first-ever call in St. Eustatius Island, Netherlands Antilles. The 382-guest luxury ship transits the Panama Canal twice and makes an inaugural call in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua before crossing the Atlantic. From May through October, the ship will offer 18 cruises through the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, including several three-day stopovers in the celebrated city of St. Petersburg. In the fall, Silver Whisper transits the Suez Canal and sets a course for the Far East, featuring calls in China, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

The line’s new Voyage Atlas, featuring complete day-by-day itineraries from spring 2005 through spring 2006, is scheduled to be published in mid-March.

Silversea Cruises is recognized as an innovator in the luxury segment, offering guests large-ship amenities aboard four intimate vessels, Silver Cloud, Silver Wind, Silver Shadow, and Silver Whisper, all designed to offer an atmosphere of conviviality and casual elegance. For the eighth year, Silversea was named “Number One” small-ship line in the 2004 “Readers’ Choice” survey conducted by Condé Nast Traveler magazine. For the sixth time, Silversea was selected “World’s Best” small-ship line in the 2004 Travel + Leisure readers’ poll

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March 07, 2005

Silversea Cruises Announces 2006 Worldwide Cruise Schedule

diamondprincess.jpg

SILVERSEA ANNOUNCES 2006 WORLDWIDE CRUISE SCHEDULE

Highlights Include 23 Exciting New Ports of Call

Ft. Lauderdale, FL (February 25, 2005) - Silversea Cruises has just announced the full-year 2006 worldwide itineraries for its four ultra-luxury ships. Complete day-by-day itineraries for all voyages can now be found at www.silversea.com.

The award-winning luxury cruise line is set to visit 318 different ports in 100 countries, offering over 145 itineraries. Highlighting the 2006 schedule are inaugural calls in: Eden, Exmouth and Kangaroo Island, Australia; Khasab, Oman; Kura Kura, Indonesia; Pusan, South Korea; Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina; Ilheus, Brazil; Bocas del Toro, Panama; Costa Maya, Mexico; Grand Turk Island, Turks and Caicos; St. Eustatius Island, Netherlands Antilles; Ventura, California; San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua; Derna and Tobruk, Libya; Iskenderun, Turkey; Zante, Greece; Andalsnes and Ulvik, Norway; Brest, France; and Isafjordur, Iceland.

“Next year our focus is on offering our guests fresh and intriguing worldwide experiences in combination with destinations that are traditional favorites,” said David Morris, Silversea’s Senior Vice President, North America Sales. “With 23 brand new ports of call throughout the world, our 2006 schedule is one of the most diverse we’ve ever offered. We continue to break ground with innovative itineraries that are the perfect complement to our all-inclusive, ultra-luxury shipboard experience, personalized service and genuine Italian hospitality.”

Silver Cloud

The 296-guest Silver Cloud will begin 2006 with a series of cruises to South America, followed by a Caribbean and transatlantic voyage. From April to early November, the ship will take part in a total of 21 cruises through the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, ranging from seven to 15 days. Highlighting Silver Cloud’s extended summer schedule are three-day stopovers in historic St. Petersburg, Russia, plus inaugural calls in Brest, France; Isafjordur, Iceland; Andalsnes and Ulvik, Norway; Tobruk, Libya; and Iskenderun, Turkey. In the fall, the ship transits the Suez Canal and explores the Arabian Peninsula, making an inaugural call in Khasab, Oman before setting a course through the Indian Ocean to Australia.

Silver Wind

The 296-guest Silver Wind starts the year exploring South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, the Seychelles and the Arabian Peninsula. From March to early November, the ship will offer 25 cruises through the Mediterranean, ranging from seven to 16 days. Highlighting the ship’s extended summer schedule are return visits to exotic destinations like Beirut, Tartous and Tripoli, as well as inaugural calls to Derna, Libya and Zante, Greece. In the fall, the ship makes a transatlantic crossing to South America for a series of five cruises from seven to ten days, giving Silversea guests a chance to explore the new ports of Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina and Ilheus, Brazil.

Silver Shadow

A series of cruises to Australia, New Zealand and the Far East will kick off the year for 382-guest Silver Shadow. Highlighting the winter and spring voyages are first-ever calls to Eden, Exmouth and Kangaroo Island, Australia; Kura Kura, Indonesia; and Pusan, South Korea, plus return visits to China, Japan, Cambodia and Vietnam. During the summer, the ship returns to ever-popular Alaska and the Pacific Coast, offering a series of ten cruises with an inaugural call in Ventura, California. During the fall, the ship transits the Panama Canal en route to the Caribbean, where guests will have a chance to discover the unique beauty and charm of Bocas del Toro (Panama), Costa Maya (Mexico) and Grand Turk Island (Turks and Caicos) – all new ports for Silversea.

Silver Whisper

During winter, Silver Whisper visits the sun-drenched beaches of the Caribbean and Mexico on 14 different itineraries, ranging from four to 15 days, highlighted by Silversea’s first-ever call in St. Eustatius Island, Netherlands Antilles. The 382-guest luxury ship transits the Panama Canal twice and makes an inaugural call in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua before crossing the Atlantic. From May through October, the ship will offer 18 cruises through the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, including several three-day stopovers in the celebrated city of St. Petersburg. In the fall, Silver Whisper transits the Suez Canal and sets a course for the Far East, featuring calls in China, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

The line’s new Voyage Atlas, featuring complete day-by-day itineraries from spring 2005 through spring 2006, is scheduled to be published in mid-March.

Silversea Cruises is recognized as an innovator in the luxury segment, offering guests large-ship amenities aboard four intimate vessels, Silver Cloud, Silver Wind, Silver Shadow, and Silver Whisper, all designed to offer an atmosphere of conviviality and casual elegance. For the eighth year, Silversea was named “Number One” small-ship line in the 2004 “Readers’ Choice” survey conducted by Condé Nast Traveler magazine. For the sixth time, Silversea was selected “World’s Best” small-ship line in the 2004 Travel + Leisure readers’ poll

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Posted by Denise at March 7, 2005 08:00 AM

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