Silversea is celebrating the one year-to-go milestone until the christening of its new flagship Silver Muse with commemorative events on board all eight of its ships around the world – from the Amalfi Coast, where Silver Wind inaugurates her Mediterranean season, to Jaco Island in Timor Leste, where Silver Discoverer explores the natural wonders of Northern Australia.
Guests will be invited to a special dinner showcasing culinary specialties that will be on board Silver Muse, including specially created dishes from all regions of the world.
Due for completion in April 2017, Silver Muse will showcase world-class locations to those who sail during her inaugural season. No fewer than 52 UNESCO World Heritage Sites feature in Muse’s 2017 itinerary, from ancient Greek temples to historic Caribbean fortresses.
Launching from Monte Carlo, Silver Muse will spend spring and summer in and around the Mediterranean. Thirteen of her European ports of call boast UNESCO sites, including the Cinque Terre in Liguria, the Historic Centre of Rome, the Archaeological Site of Olympia and the Tower of Belem in Lisbon.
Following her Mediterranean tour, Silver Muse will make her first Transatlantic crossing, with North American UNESCO highlights including the historic district of Old Quebec in Canada and the Statue of Liberty in New York.
Silver Muse’s UNESCO adventures continue as she passes through the Panama Canal in October, en route to more World Heritage Sites in Valparaiso and Rio de Janeiro.
Calling at 34 countries and more than 130 ports in 2017 alone, Silver Muse brings Silversea’s fleet to nine ships.
Massimo De Caro, Silversea Global Head of Marketing said, “With eight restaurants, state-of-the-art technology and bespoke open air public areas, Silver Muse