Silversea Sets 2009 Itineraries

Silversea Cruises has announced its 2009 worldwide schedule and opened bookings on its four luxury ships, which will visit over 320 different ports in 108 countries. "This is one of our most innovative deployments ever," said David Morris, Silversea's executive vice president of worldwide sales and marketing. One itinerary garnering particular attention is the line's first-ever Grand Pacific Voyage, a 92-day itinerary on Silver Shadow that explores the Pacific region from Los Angeles to Papeete, to Sydney to the Far East, with disembarkation in Vancouver. Other 2009 highlights include 10 new destinations: Szczecin, Poland; Malmo, Sweden; Skagen, Denmark; Gozo Island, Malta; Symi, Greece; Koper, Slovenia, Olhahaali Island, Maldives; Nemuro, Japan; and Visakhapatnam and New Mangalore, India. Visit  www.silversea.com. (DE)

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