10th Aug 2018
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New combination cruises a chance to extend your journey
Author: Ben Hocking
New combination cruises a chance to extend your journey

Silversea Cruises has unveiled new combination cruises that join two or more trips into one superb experience.

The idea is to unlock deeper travelling experiences.

Silversea’s combination cruises encompass nine different regions and allow guests to enjoy a lengthened stay and discover each region in depth.

“We are always looking for ways to enhance our guests’ experience,” says Barbara Muckermann of Silversea Cruises.

“By combining consecutive cruises, our guests are able to discover the authentic beauty of different regions, contrasting cultures and unique experiences, designing their own travels with incredible value.

“In combining a number of select voyages, we are enabling guests to spend more time immersing themselves in each region while travelling in intimate luxury.”

Highlights of the combination cruises include:
Vancouver to Tokyo
– Departing on 5 September 2019 on a 21-day voyage from Vancouver to Tokyo aboard Silver Muse, guests can take in the untamed landscapes and beautiful wilderness of Alaska before reaching Tokyo. While travelling through Alaska, guests can encounter diamond blue icebergs and humpback whales.

They can also discover: the Hubbard Glacier, the largest glacier in North America, with a calving front more than six miles wide; the jaw-dropping scenery of Kenai Fjords National Park, and the colourful totem poles of Ketchikan.

Prices lead in at $14,000 per person based on double occupancy in a classic veranda suite.

Venice to Dubai – departing on 18 October 2019 on a 23-day voyage on board Silver Spirit, guests will enjoy relaxing in the Mediterranean, encountering firm favourites such as Santorini and Dubrovnik and the glorious seas of Trieste, Crete and Rhodes.

Prices begin at $11,500 per person based on double occupancy.

View the full range of Silversea’s combination cruises

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    Emps
    11th Aug 2018
    10:13am
    Back to back cruises are common on many cruise lines.
    Cowboy Jim
    11th Aug 2018
    10:49am
    Did them on the Med a couple years ago, from Rome to the eastern side and then back to Rome to do the western side, all up 24 days. The savings were great and almost every day a new destination but always the same state room (no packing and re-packing). Can recommend it.
    Leebee
    11th Aug 2018
    11:00am
    I refuse to pay double for a single, it’s ludicrous! A single is doing half of everything but paying twice the price for the privilege. If the only arguemant they have is 'they still have to clean the room' then I would be happy if they only clean it every three days and give us a better fare.
    Taliking about discrimination, this is the height of it and it needs to be addressed by the powers that be.
    Cowboy Jim
    11th Aug 2018
    11:40am
    There are cruise lines offering single accommodation at very reasonable prices, Leebee. Just google cruises for singles, you might be surprised. My wife just did one with P&O Australia.
    Ted Wards
    13th Aug 2018
    9:25am
    Its based on the fact that one person wont spend as much money as a couple or more people. These days that's ridiculous as often solo's have more money to spend. Many are now getting rid of the solo supplement and its those lines that do will see the most growth as the solo market continues to increase at an alarming speed. Companies like APT do not charge the solo supplement on their European cruises as I found out over last Xmas and New year and saved $4000 on the supplement and got a $4000 upgrade from stateroom to French Door balcony!
    Leebee
    11th Aug 2018
    8:29pm
    Thanks Cowboy, I have been looking online for single vacations, but I’d still like the 'fare culture' to be changed. No matter how it’s marketed it’s still discriminatory. ????
    Ted Wards
    13th Aug 2018
    9:23am
    Would it be possible to able in include what the solo price starts from as well please as many of your readers are solo travellers.


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