Silversea has released its winter 2025-26 programme, featuring more than 150 sailings and two new Grand Voyages.
The 75-day Grand South Pacific Expedition from Fremantle in Australia to Valparaiso in Chile will visit 58 destinations across 11 countries, including Papua New Guinea, Tonga and French Polynesia.
The sailing will also call at the Fam Islands in Raja Ampat, Indonesia in a first for the line.
Prices for the voyage, which will depart on August 20, 2025, start at £70,400.
Silversea will complete its first circumnavigation with the 47-day round-trip Grand Australia cruise from Melbourne, which will call at 23 destinations including Sydney, Brisbane, Fraser Island, Cairns, Darwin, Kimberley, Perth, Adelaide and Hobart.
The sailing will depart on October 14, 2025 and costs from £26,200.
Prices include private airport transfers, flights, shore excursions and all-inclusive onboard accommodation.
In addition to the Grand Voyages, the line will offer 38 expeditions to Antarctica aboard three ships, 43 Caribbean sailings across four ships, 25 Galapagos departures on Silver Origin, five Asia sailings and six voyages to Africa and the Indian Ocean, including safari opportunities in South Africa.
The line said: “Explore the places that inspired the myths and discover a treasury of sights, sounds and stories from around the world.
“From the vastness of Africa and the beauty of Asia to untouched shores of Australia and around New Zealand, from the sun-soaked Caribbean and soulful South America to the wildlands of Antarctica and the far-flung Galapagos Islands, prepare for a winter of wonder, only with Silversea.”
President Barbara Muckermann added: “We are continuing to innovate for our guests’ enjoyment. Complementing opportunities for deep travel to iconic destinations with new calls to remote shores, the varied range of experiences offered with our latest voyage collection is simply unmatched.
“Our well-travelled guests will find inspiration, self-enrichment, and memories that will last a lifetime as they journey to the ends of the earth in Silversea’s trademark level of comfort.”
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