Discover lands of wonder or shrouded in mystery on this global circumnavigation with a luxury cruise. Places like Easter Island with its enigmatic Moai, haunting Petra, and isolated Pitcairn Island, home of the Bounty mutineers.
With numerous late-night and overnight calls, and even more connections to re-join the ship, you’ll have ample time to explore a breathtaking succession of highlights including Ayer’s Rock, Angkor Wat, the bejewelled temples of Burma and biblical treasures of the Holy Land on this world cruise.
For a fitting finale, our World Odyssey ends in Venice, a proud reflection of our Italian heritage and the inspiration for our own Venetian Society, Silversea’s loyalty club.
Traditional markets display artisan crafts in the volcanic highlands of Ecuador. Mud bricked temples of pre-Columbian cultures lie buried among the dramatic landscapes of the Altiplano.Discover more
Follow in the wake of Thor Heyerdahl from Peru to 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 petroglyphs that hold the secrets of ancient Polynesians.Discover more
Discover the essence of paradise: Tahiti, where Paul Gauguin painted his masterworks; Bora Bora, James Michener’s Bali Ha’i; the Cook Islands, the stuff that dreams are made of.Discover more
Sydney, the Great Barrier Reef, Bali, Borneo — this voyage sweeps across two hemispheres, two continents, and to a breathtaking succession of sights.Discover more
Experience a kaleidoscope of exotic sights, sounds, tastes and experiences in Vietnam, a rising dragon where emerald rice paddies give way to cities booming with entrepreneurial energy.Discover more
Golden beaches, bejewelled pagodas and Mughal marvels light our way as we sail through the Strait of Malacca to Penang and Phuket, glamorous resorts of Asia’s growing moneyed class, and Kuala Lumpur with its dazzling skyline.Discover more
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 kingDiscover more
From the “Lost City” of Machu Picchu to the newly emerging nation of Myanmar (formerly Burma), Venetian World Odyssey reveals the mysteries and marvels of some of the world’s most intriguing destinations. You’ll visit 51 ports in 115 days. And you can explore each one intimately thanks to Silversea’s celebrated shore program. Small-group tours, multi-day land extensions and private arrangements provide a more immersive experience of the local flavours and cultures.
Arguably the most romantic of temples built to express love and loss is the beautiful Taj Mahal. Let us jet you off in chartered Read more
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.Close
Many say Venice seen in the twilight is at its most magnificent and mysterious. We embark our elegant water taxis in the early Read more
Many say Venice seen in the twilight is at its most magnificent and mysterious. 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.Close
Sydney harbor has arguably two of the world most iconic structures – the glistening sails of the opera house roof and the Read more
Sydney harbor has arguably two of the world 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 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 the Silver Whisper.Close
Departing from Fort Lauderdale, Silver Whisper will sail around the world in 115 days, transiting the Panama Canal to South America, the South Pacific, New Zealand, Australia, Southeast Asia, India and Arabia. Revel in the paradise isles of Polynesia. Discover the bejewelled pagodas of Bagan. Gaze amazed at ancient wonders like Petra and Luxor that straddle the shores of the Red Sea.
|January 05th, 2016||Tuesday||Fort Lauderdale, Florida||6:00 PM|
|January 06th, 2016||Wednesday||Key West, Florida||8:00 AM||5:00 PM|
|January 07th, 2016||Thursday||Day at Sea|
|January 08th, 2016||Friday||Day at Sea|
|January 09th, 2016||Saturday||Puerto Limón||8:00 AM||4:00 PM|
|January 10th, 2016||Sunday||Panama Canal Transit||6:00 AM||7:00 PM|
|January 11th, 2016||Monday||Day at Sea|
|January 12th, 2016||Tuesday||Manta||9:00 AM||7:00 PM|
|January 13th, 2016||Wednesday||Day at Sea|
|January 14th, 2016||Thursday||Salaverry||8:00 AM||2:00 PM|
|January 15th, 2016||Friday||Callao (Lima)||8:00 AM|
|January 16th, 2016||Saturday||Callao (Lima)|
|January 16th, 2016||Saturday||Callao (Lima)||10:00 PM|
|January 17th, 2016||Sunday||Day at Sea|
|January 18th, 2016||Monday||Day at Sea|
|January 19th, 2016||Tuesday||Day at Sea|
|January 20th, 2016||Wednesday||Day at Sea|
|January 21st, 2016||Thursday||Day at Sea|
|January 22nd, 2016||Friday||Easter Island||8:00 AM||5:00 PM|
|January 23rd, 2016||Saturday||Day at Sea|
|January 24th, 2016||Sunday||Day at Sea|
|January 25th, 2016||Monday||Adamstown, Pitcairn Island||12:00 PM||6:00 PM|
|January 26th, 2016||Tuesday||Day at Sea|
|January 27th, 2016||Wednesday||Day at Sea|
|January 28th, 2016||Thursday||Fakarava, Tuamotu Archipelago||12:00 PM||5:00 PM|
|January 29th, 2016||Friday||Moorea||8:00 AM||5:00 PM|
|January 29th, 2016||Friday||Papeete, Tahiti||8:00 PM|
|January 30th, 2016||Saturday||Papeete, Tahiti|
|January 30th, 2016||Saturday||Papeete, Tahiti||7:00 PM|
|January 31st, 2016||Sunday||Bora Bora, Society Islands||8:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|February 01st, 2016||Monday||Day at Sea|
|February 02nd, 2016||Tuesday||Rarotonga||8:00 AM||2:00 PM|
|February 03rd, 2016||Wednesday||Day at Sea|
|February 04th, 2016||Thursday||Day at Sea|
|February 05th, 2016||Friday||Day at Sea|
|February 06th, 2016||Saturday||Day at Sea|
|February 07th, 2016||Sunday||Tauranga||1:00 PM||7:00 PM|
|February 08th, 2016||Monday||Auckland||7:00 AM||10:00 PM|
|February 09th, 2016||Tuesday||Bay of Islands||8:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|February 10th, 2016||Wednesday||Day at Sea|
|February 11th, 2016||Thursday||Day at Sea|
|February 12th, 2016||Friday||Day at Sea|
|February 13th, 2016||Saturday||Sydney||8:00 AM|
|February 13th, 2016||Saturday||Sydney|
|February 14th, 2016||Sunday||Sydney||9:00 PM|
|February 15th, 2016||Monday||Day at Sea|
|February 16th, 2016||Tuesday||Brisbane||8:00 AM||11:00 PM|
|February 17th, 2016||Wednesday||Day at Sea|
|February 18th, 2016||Thursday||Day at Sea|
|February 19th, 2016||Friday||Cairns||8:00 AM|
|February 20th, 2016||Saturday||Cairns||7:00 PM|
|February 21st, 2016||Sunday||Day at Sea|
|February 22nd, 2016||Monday||Thursday Island||7:00 AM||12:00 PM|
|February 23rd, 2016||Tuesday||Day at Sea|
|February 24th, 2016||Wednesday||Darwin||9:00 AM||7:00 PM|
|February 25th, 2016||Thursday||Day at Sea|
|February 26th, 2016||Friday||Day at Sea|
|February 27th, 2016||Saturday||Bali (Benoa)||9:00 AM|
|February 28th, 2016||Sunday||Bali (Benoa)||5:00 PM|
|February 29th, 2016||Monday||Day at Sea|
|March 01st, 2016||Tuesday||Day at Sea|
|March 02nd, 2016||Wednesday||Sandakan||8:00 AM||5:30 PM|
|March 03rd, 2016||Thursday||Day at Sea|
|March 04th, 2016||Friday||Manila||8:00 AM||5:00 PM|
|March 05th, 2016||Saturday||Day at Sea|
|March 06th, 2016||Sunday||Hong Kong||12:00 PM|
|March 07th, 2016||Monday||Hong Kong|
|March 07th, 2016||Monday||Hong Kong|
|March 08th, 2016||Tuesday||Hong Kong||11:00 PM|
|March 09th, 2016||Wednesday||Day at Sea|
|March 10th, 2016||Thursday||Halong Bay||8:00 AM|
|March 11th, 2016||Friday||Halong Bay||1:00 PM|
|March 12th, 2016||Saturday||Day at Sea|
|March 13th, 2016||Sunday||Ho Chi Minh City||1:30 PM|
|March 14th, 2016||Monday||Ho Chi Minh City||2:00 PM|
|March 15th, 2016||Tuesday||Day at Sea|
|March 16th, 2016||Wednesday||Bangkok (Klong Toey)||8:00 AM|
|March 17th, 2016||Thursday||Bangkok (Klong Toey)||5:00 PM|
|March 18th, 2016||Friday||Koh Samui||12:00 PM||5:00 PM|
|March 19th, 2016||Saturday||Day at Sea|
|March 20th, 2016||Sunday||Singapore||9:00 AM|
|March 21st, 2016||Monday||Singapore|
|March 21st, 2016||Monday||Singapore||6:00 PM|
|March 22nd, 2016||Tuesday||Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur)||8:00 AM||7:00 PM|
|March 23rd, 2016||Wednesday||Penang, Georgetown||8:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|March 24th, 2016||Thursday||Phuket||8:00 AM||2:00 PM|
|March 25th, 2016||Friday||Day at Sea|
|March 26th, 2016||Saturday||Yangon||9:00 AM|
|March 27th, 2016||Sunday||Yangon|
|March 28th, 2016||Monday||Yangon||6:00 PM|
|March 29th, 2016||Tuesday||Day at Sea|
|March 30th, 2016||Wednesday||Day at Sea|
|March 31st, 2016||Thursday||Day at Sea|
|April 01st, 2016||Friday||Colombo||7:00 AM||5:00 PM|
|April 02nd, 2016||Saturday||Cochin||12:00 PM||6:00 PM|
|April 03rd, 2016||Sunday||Day at Sea|
|April 04th, 2016||Monday||Mumbai||7:00 AM||7:00 PM|
|April 05th, 2016||Tuesday||Day at Sea|
|April 06th, 2016||Wednesday||Day at Sea|
|April 07th, 2016||Thursday||Dubai||2:00 PM|
|April 08th, 2016||Friday||Dubai|
|April 08th, 2016||Friday||Dubai|
|April 09th, 2016||Saturday||Dubai||7:00 AM|
|April 10th, 2016||Sunday||Muscat||8:00 AM||7:00 PM|
|April 11th, 2016||Monday||Day at Sea|
|April 12th, 2016||Tuesday||Salalah||12:00 PM||6:00 PM|
|April 13th, 2016||Wednesday||Day at Sea|
|April 14th, 2016||Thursday||Day at Sea|
|April 15th, 2016||Friday||Day at Sea|
|April 16th, 2016||Saturday||Day at Sea|
|April 17th, 2016||Sunday||Safaga||7:00 AM||8:00 PM|
|April 18th, 2016||Monday||Aqaba||8:30 AM||9:00 PM|
|April 19th, 2016||Tuesday||Sharm el Sheik||6:00 AM||3:00 PM|
|April 20th, 2016||Wednesday||Suez Canal Transit||3:30 AM||5:30 PM|
|April 20th, 2016||Wednesday||Port Said||6:30 PM||9:00 PM|
|April 21st, 2016||Thursday||Ashdod (Jerusalem)||8:00 AM||11:00 PM|
|April 22nd, 2016||Friday||Haifa (Tel Aviv, Nazareth)||7:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|April 23rd, 2016||Saturday||Day at Sea|
|April 24th, 2016||Sunday||Souda Bay, Crete||8:00 AM||2:00 PM|
|April 25th, 2016||Monday||Corfu||1:00 PM||7:00 PM|
|April 26th, 2016||Tuesday||Dubrovnik||11:30 PM|
|April 26th, 2016||Tuesday||Kotor||8:00 AM||6:00 PM|
|April 27th, 2016||Wednesday||Dubrovnik||5:30 PM|
|April 28th, 2016||Thursday||Venice||2:00 PM|
|April 29th, 2016||Friday||Venice|
|April 30th, 2016||Saturday||Venice|
For those who don’t have three months for a full World Cruise, perhaps two or three weeks sound more feasible and affordable. World Cruise 2016 is available in seven shorter segments of 11 to 23 days. Or combine two segments or more and enjoy combination cruise savings on a magnificent journey to the regions of the world that interest you most.
For any travel enthusiast, a Panama Canal transit is an awesome event, a 51-mile crossing through an intricate lacework of dams, lakes and locks. As Silver Whisper snakes through the wildlife-rich jungles of Panama, you’ll enjoy a unique dichotomy: a man-made marvel entwined with untamed wilds on either side. This is one shortcut you may wish would never end.
Wander through the mists of lofty cloud forests where hummingbirds outnumber crows back home. Immerse yourself in the wonders of nature on a boat ride through the wildlife-rich Tortuguero canals. Zip over the rainforest canopy or snorkel the largest coral reef system in the country. Costa Rica is an eco-wonderland for adventurers and nature lovers alike.
Peru’s landscapes leave travellers breathless, whether it is the cloud-kissed terraces of Machu Picchu or the otherworldly expanses of the Altiplano, a landscape of fire and ice, wind and salt. The remnants of legendary empires abound, from Incan ruins to the sites of ancient Moche and Chimu civilizations near Trujillo.
Hailed as the “City of Kings” by Spanish conquistadores, Lima is reigning once again as a culinary hotspot and global epicentre of the arts, while its museums rank as some of the finest in South America. Admire the splendid 17th century architecture in the historic centre, the colonial capital founded by Pizarro, and don’t leave without savouring the capital’s culinary genius.
Carved by the Rapa Nui people, the mysterious moai statues stand in silence but speak volumes about the achievements of their creators. Over 800 stone blocks, some almost 13 feet tall, are scattered amid an eerie landscape. Join us as expert guides explain the origin of these remarkable monoliths and attempt to unravel the mystery of their creation.
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 of a leisurely life among the islanders here, and quite a few found it—many of the 50 current residents are direct descendants of the mutineers.
A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, this Polynesian island is one of the 77 atolls that make up the stunning Tuamotu archipelago, narrow coral rings encircling turquoise lagoons. It is a pelagic wonderland of biodiversity, while life along the shores is an idyll of quaint villages, old coral churches and warm, friendly people. Welcome to the island of your dreams.
The “Magical Island”, the “Pearl of the Pacific”, the “Island of Love”… the spell-binding allure of Tahiti and her islands is apparent in these sundry sobriquets. From Moorea with its legendary bays to Tahiti, home of artist Paul Gauguin, these islands capture the pure essence of paradise – both above and beneath the sea.
Bora Bora was Michener’s Bali Ha’i in Tales of the South Pacific. Dive into its spectacular turquoise lagoon, pick your way through the cool shade of a bamboo forest, and discover why the Society Islands have been immortalized by world-renowned authors from Melville to Michener to Maugham.
In a region renowned for its island paradises, the Cook Islands are an under-the-radar jewel. The pristine, picturesque setting here — including white-sand beaches, thick jungle, limestone caves and turquoise lagoons — is perfectly complemented by fascinating Polynesian traditions.
From the site of Captain Cook’s first landing to its boiling mud pools and gushing geysers, the diversity of North Island is dazzling. Admire the Bay of Islands with their white sandy beaches, pristine subtropical forests and spectacular inlets, and experience the volcanic moonscape of Rotorua from Tauranga, heartland of the Maori people.
In a nation where stunning scenery is taken for granted, Auckland sparkles like a freshly polished jewel. Nearly fifty volcanoes encircle the city. An endless succession of bays and inlets stretch along its untamed shores and lush green parkland exudes a sense of spacious beauty. No wonder Aucklanders are devoted to their 3 B’s: boats, beaches and barbecues.
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, the wonders Down Under never cease to amaze.
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 — lush emerald rice paddies, ribbons of white sand and imposing volcanoes that rise into the mist.
Exotic and endemic wildlife roam the ancient rainforests of Borneo while indigenous cultures carry on as they have for thousands of years. Set out from Sandakan to the world-famous Sepilok, the renown orangutan sanctuary enclosed inside a tropical virgin rainforest, and revel in the “lost world” feeling of the world’s third largest island.
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.
Red-sailed junks on Halong Bay, water buffalo in emerald rice paddies and harvested rice left to dry in the sun; Vietnam’s pastoral beauty is the first thing to strike you. Yet as you explore its urban landscape, cities like Hue and French-colonial Hanoi, you’ll experience a cultural heritage as rich as the Mekong Delta.
The intimate Silver Whisper can cruise up the river directly into the heart of Bangkok. Take a tuk-tuk and go exploring. The silent grandeur of over 400 wats form one of Asia’s great spectacle in Thailand’s bustling capital. Stroll through the grounds of Grand Palace. Admire the shrines that line the banks of the colourful klongs. Behind a maelstrom of modernity you’ll discover the heart and soul of this ancient land.
With its powder white beaches, aquamarine waters and sleepy lagoons, this tropical retreat has justifiably become of Asia’s premier beach resorts. Seek out the hidden waterfalls and bathing pools and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere of a tropical paradise.
Singapore’s reputation as a gleaming city of excitement and enterprise is well-earned: it has more millionaires per square mile 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.
Talcum beaches lay tantalizingly close to Buddhist temples in these world-class resorts. In Penang, karstic seascapes rise above the turquoise waters of Phang Nga Bay, while ornate temples and colonial mansions recall the glory of the spice trade in George Town, the capital of Penang.
Turn back the clock during your three-day stay in time-warped Myanmar. The Shwedagon Pagoda pierces the skyline of Yangon, a wonderland of towering spires, glittering statuary and saffron-robed monks. In the ancient capital of Bagan, over 2,000 pagodas and temples sprawl across a high plain, one of Asia’s most spectacular and important archaeological sites.
Sail across the Bay of Bengal to Sri Lanka, the “Emerald Isle,” a quilted landscape of villages, tea plantations and primeval rainforest. Then India draws us with its painted elephants and the vibrancy of its contrasting cultures. Find serenity as you glide through the backwaters of Kerala from Cochin, and heart-breaking beauty as you stand before the Taj Mahal.
The world’s tallest tower, manmade islands, underwater hotels, an indoor ski resort — in just a few wild decades, “the little fishing village that could” has become a tomorrowland that’s hard to believe. Bedouins may still roam the desert, but sun-seekers and sightseers flock to this futuristic city and luxury shopping mecca, and development continues at a frenetic pace.
Modernity and deep tradition are woven together into one brilliant tapestry in the land of Sinbad and the Queen of Sheba. Low-rise pastel buildings and sparkling domed mosques form the skyline of Muscat, the Omani capital. Relax on a dhow cruise through the spectacular fjords of Musandam. Smell frankincense and myrrh in the souks of Salalah, and visit Job’s Tomb where pilgrims come to pay homage.
Haunting Petra. The temples of Luxor. Bustling souks and Bedouin herders. Visions both foreign and fascinating straddle the banks of the Red Sea. Swim and snorkel the spectacular reefs of Sharm el Sheik. Then cross the desert to the Pyramids of Giza and stand before the Sphinx.
The Holy Land has been a fount of faith for millennia. Along with the Biblical treasures of Jerusalem from the Western Wall to Vad Yashem, you can visit Bethlehem, the Galilee, or Masada and the Dead Sea, and experience the palpable spiritual energy that has drawn both prophets and pilgrims.
Cruise in the wake of Roman galleons to the sun-drenched gems of the Dalmatian Coast, ancient Adriatic ports recognized for their beauty and historic treasures by UNESCO. Discover Medieval Dubrovnik with its magnificent old city walls. Stroll through Kotor’s Baroque old town and admire its magnificent setting along the largest European fjord this side of Norway.
287 sq ft / 27m2
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287 sq ft / 27m2
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345 sq ft / 32m2 including veranda (60 sq ft / 6m2)
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521 sq ft / 49m2 including veranda (81 sq ft / 8m2)
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653–701 sq ft / 61–65m2 including veranda (110–123 sq ft / 10–11m2)
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One Bedroom: 967–1,007 sq ft / 90–94m2 including veranda (110–116 sq ft / 10–11m2)
Two Bedroom: 1,312–1,352 sq ft / 122–126m2 including veranda (170–176 sq ft / 16–17m2)
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One Bedroom: 941–1,090 sq ft / 87–101m2 including veranda (103–116 sq ft / 10–11m2)
Two Bedroom: 1,286–1,435 sq ft / 119–133m2 including veranda (163–176 sq ft / 16–17m2)
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One Bedroom: 919 sq ft / 85m2 including veranda (220 sq ft / 20m2)
Two Bedroom: 1,264 sq ft/ 117m2 including veranda (220 sq ft / 20m2)
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Silver Privilege Fares: book early for the best fares and availability; Silver Privilege Fares are structured to reward guests who book early with the best possible fare and the privilege of being able to select their desired suite when the best inventory is available. All Silver Privilege Fares shown are cruise-only per guest, based on double-occupancy in a Vista Suite (Adventure Class for Silver Explorer, Explorer Suite for Silver Galapagos and Silver Discoverer). Availability of all suite categories cannot be guaranteed. Fares for single guests are available upon request. Additional restrictions may apply
Fare Guarantee Programme: Silversea’s Fare Guarantee Programme provides guests with the peace of mind in knowing that when they plan ahead and book early, not only will they be able to reserve their desired suite, but they can also benefit from any future reduction in the Silver Privilege Fares for their voyage, upon request. All voyages are eligible.
Single Occupancy and Third Guest Rates are available upon request: our Reservations team is available for any further clarification.
In addition to the fare listed above, and only in some exeptional circumstances, guests are also required to purchase Silversea’s Air Charter Package for an additional charge per person. Air Charter Packages for voyages embarking and/or disembarking include Economy Class charter air service between airport/pier. Restrictions may apply. For additional information, refer to the Air Programme Terms & Conditions or contact our Reservations team that is available for any further clarification.
All fares, savings, offers, itineraries and programmes are subject to change without notice. Voyage highlights, excursions and enrichment programmes are subject to change and/or cancellation without prior notice. All information contained herein is accurate and in effect at time of publication. Silversea reserves the right to correct any errors and omissions, and to cancel any offered product or service in the event of such error or omission. Additional restrictions may apply. See Terms and Conditions for complete details. Ships’ registry: Bahamas.
As a traveller we seek to gain more knowledge, more tolerance and more understanding of the worlds we sail to. That is why a stimulating program of enrichment is a fundamental component of World Cruise 2016. Your days at sea will be filled with a cast of guest hosts from eminent lecturers and wine experts to renowned chefs, certified ACBL instructors, and our ever-popular L’École des Chefs by Relais & Châteaux.
Want to climb to the “Lost City” of Machu Picchu? Glimpse “Old Asia” in the fairytale kingdom of Laos? Follow the exotic “Road to Mandalay” in Myanmar? Or visit the ancient Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, one of the most isolated countries in the world? Venetian World Odyssey includes an exciting array of mid-cruise overland journeys to further your explorations ashore.
Luxurious benefits that ensure you travel in comfort and that add an array of enriching cultural events make this voyage-of-a-lifetime an even more extraordinary experience.
An impressive array of value-added benefits and exclusive cultural events … all designed to make the luxury Venetian World Odyssey 2016 world cruise truly a voyage of a lifetime.
Restrictions Apply — See World Cruise 2016 Terms & Conditions for full details.