The Silver Muse, the latest luxury ship to hit the market, will be sailing to Australia for the 2018/19 summer season.
The 596-passenger vessel is scheduled to arrive in Sydney on January 6, 2019 where she will be docked at the White Bay.
Director of Sales and Marketing Asia-Pacific Amber Wilson said itinerary details and reservations for Silver Muse and the rest of the Silversea fleet will be open in the next few weeks.
According to the cruise schedule, the Silver Muse will be at Sydney’s Overseas Passenger Terminal on January 6, February 2 and February 21.
Based in the northern hemisphere for summer, the ship will sail to Asia via the Suez Canal and will spend a month cruising between Singapore and Hong Kong before venturing the Bali.
The Silver Muse will then head to Australia via a 16-day voyage from Bali to Sydney where the ship will be calling at Komodo, Kupang, Darwin, Cairns, Townsville, Whitsundays and Brisbane.
Accommodating 596 passengers, Silversea are putting a big focus on food for its guests and the ship has a wide selection of dining options on board. This includes three restaurants new to the Silversea fleet: Atlantide, a seafood and grill concept representing the ultimate in culinary excellence and creativity by using the finest ingredients sourced from around the world; the Asian-accented Indochine; and an Italian-themed poolside restaurant, Spaccanapoli, which serves homemade Italian pizzas throughout the day.
With the addition of these new culinary venues, Silver Muse guests have a choice of eight onboard restaurants and the freedom to dine on “anything, anywhere, at any time” on the ship.
The ship was christened last week by Prince Albert II of Monaco as well as His Excellency Minister of State of the Principality, Serge Telle and many more dignitaries.
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