Silversea Cruises has opened general sales on its 140-day World Cruise 2026, called "The Curious and the Sea.”
Calling in 70 destinations in 37 countries—more than any voyage in the company’s history—the six-continent sailing promises to connect travellers with the rich history of navigation, inspired by the same curiosity that led ancient seafarers to sail to unknown lands.
Strengthening the theme of discovery, the cruise line’s destination experts have curated a selection of exclusive events, three optional overland programmes, and a range of S.A.L.T. culinary enhancements that will immerse travellers sailing aboard Silver Dawn deep into regional cultures with unique access.
“We are delighted to open general sales on our World Cruise 2026, ‘The Curious and the Sea,’ which will pay homage to the rich history of navigation through an unprecedented range of bespoke experiences,” said Barbara Muckermann, president and CEO, Silversea Cruises.
“Hosted in magnificent settings with Silversea’s trademark service standards, exclusive World Cruise events will provide our guests with unique access to some of the planet’s most fascinating cultures to connect them with the destination’s authentic soul.”
Guests will embark Silver Dawn in Fort Lauderdale on Jan. 6, 2026.
They will cruise through Central America, before transiting the Panama Canal to South America. Easter Island, French Polynesia, and the South Pacific will follow, leading guests to New Zealand and a semi-circumnavigation of Australia.
Travellers will then explore Southeast Asia, crossing the Bay of Bengal to Sri Lanka, India, and the Red Sea, before passing through the Suez Canal to the Mediterranean.
They will delve into European history and culture, before the voyage concludes in Lisbon, Portugal, on May 27, 2026.
The voyage includes 26 calls that are new for a Silversea World Cruise or unvisited since 2020, and nine overnights.
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