Complimentary Excursions and Events Highlight Silversea's 2008 World Cruise

Silversea is adding value back to its customers booked on its 2008 world cruise. The 110-day voyage, which embarks from Fort Lauderdale January 16, will offer three complimentary events and eight complimentary shore excursions. One event will be a dinner and musical performance at the Iolani Palace in Hawaii; another, an overland event from Ho Chi Minh City to Cambodia; and the third, a multi-course dinner in Barcelona. A short list of the available excursions include a visit to the Gatun Yacht Club during the Panama Canal leg, a guided city tour of Naples and an in depth tour of Okinawa. Other amenities for the world cruise include pre-cruise hotel accommodations in Fort Lauderdale, private car and baggage transfer and a $2,000 per-suite onboard credit. Rates for the world cruise on Silver Shadow begin at $58,210 per person based on double occupancy. Visit [www.silversea.com].

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