Flagship of the Silversea fleet, Silver Muse will spend her longest season ever in Australia this year. The cruise line has released a variety of itineraries to the destination, celebrating the four-month-long season.
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The ship began her sailings in December, starting the season with a 14-day itinerary from Sydney. Upcoming sailings include a 15-day cruise to Auckland in February, featuring ports of call such as Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound in the UNESCO-listed Fiordland National Park.
Other destinations which are incorporated into the itineraries include the pristine regions of Indonesia with stops in Bali and Java, as well as Vanua Levu in Fiji.
The ship will also make a maiden port of call in Sydney on 6 January, after exploring Australia’s stunning east coast. Other maiden ports of call include Darwin, Cairns, Townsville, the Whitsunday Islands and Brisbane – allowing guests aboard this ship to encounter picturesque and unspoilt regions of natural beauty.
The itineraries have been designed by experts looking to enable guests to discover lush rainforests, rugged mountains, white sand beaches, and native animals. There are also a number of excursions on offer including:
- A quad bike tour through bamboo forests, rice paddies and tropical plantations in Bali
- A guided hike on Komodo Island to observe local reptiles
- An excursion through Litchfield National Park including Table Top Range, Florence Falls and Buley Rockhole in Darwin
- Swimming and snorkelling amongst the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef
- Exploring the dramatic landscapes of Mount Tamborine rainforest, followed by an Australian barbeque and wine tasting in Brisbane
- Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge
Now she has arrived in Australia, Silver Muse will offer four sailing itineraries between Sydney, Auckland and Bali which range between 13 to 19 days. Following this the ship will spend more than four months in Australia and New Zealand throughout 2019 and 2020, marking her longest season to date.
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