206 voyages: Luxury cruise operator Silversea’s 2025 collection launches


The Silversea 2025 Summer Voyage Collection is open for sale to the general public, sporting 206 voyages across 409 destinations.
Silver Cloud. Image source: Silversea.

The Silversea summer collection features two new grand voyages, including Silver Spirit’s 54-day Grand Mediterranean and Silver Shadow’s 83-day Grand North Atlantic and Northern Europe.

(The Grand Mediterranean covers 44 destinations in 12 countries, with overnight calls in Istanbul, Naples, Tuscany and Malaga. The Grand North Atlantic and Northern Europe offers 55 destinations and across 16 countries, travelling through Eastern Canada to the British Isles, arriving in the Baltic Sea, the Norwegian Fjords, and Iceland.)

Also new to the collection is a 16-day luxury voyage from Darwin to Bali (July 2 to July 18, 2025). It will travel the Kimberley’s coast and Indonesia’s archipelago, finishing up in Bali’s rice paddies. Door to door, this cruise aboard the Silver Cloud costs $23,900 per person (though the price may increase subject to availability).

The luxury cruise operator, which is owned by Royal Caribbean Group, will also feature enhanced itineraries in the Galapagos, with 26 voyages aboard the Silver Origin; 36 voyages in Alaska, 26 in Northern Europe; and six to Australia’s remote Kimberley.

President of Silversea, Barbara Muckermann, says the operator has expanded its global offering.

“Leveraging our destination expertise to deliver all-new experiences for our guests’ enjoyment, our 206 new voyages – complete with 24 maiden calls – expand Silversea’s global coverage, which includes well over 900 destinations worldwide — more than any other cruise line,” she said.

“We have diversified our global offering, with multiple ships and an unparalleled variety of itineraries unlocking our planet’s most enriching cultures, communities, and natural wonders.”

Want an insight into life on a Silversea cruise? Serial cruise-goers spoke to Forbes Australia about their 1850-day stint aboard a mix of Silversea vessels.

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