Silversea announces the Three Oceans World Cruise 2027

Start packing. That endless world cruise you’ve been dreaming of is here… well, at least it’s coming soon. We set sail in January 2027, the intimate Silver Dawn The ship will be your home for the five months of The Three Oceans World Cruise 2027, offered by the luxury and expedition Silversea cruise line.

Yes, that’s three full oceans: count ’em, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. For the record, you’ll visit 35 countries and 80 destinations, 20 of which will be your first time on a Silversea world cruise. The trip includes 11 nights in ports from Honolulu to Bordeaux. Add to that 50 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Silversea’s usual guidance of top-notch naturalists and cultural experts, and your seafaring agenda should be full enough. So set your calendar for a departure from Los Angeles on January 8, 2027, and expect to dock in Copenhagen 149 days later, on June 7.

As usual with Silversea, you also have a personal butler at your disposal as part of one of the best crew-guest ratios in the industry. Or, if you’re a cruise data nerd, you’ll appreciate the figure of 68 GRT per guest (and if that’s not your language, it means a truly plentiful amount of personal space on board). As one of Silversea’s new Muse Class ships, the Silver Dawn is also equipped with the company’s massive new Otium wellness area and super-sized menu of pampering experiences.

In recent years, the successful SALT program on Muse Class ships has boosted the cruise world’s culinary scene. On SALT-themed shore excursions, select visits to top vineyards, for example, or stroll organic farms and sheep farms, enjoying everything from dining in Michelin-starred castles to Mom’s home-cooked food in a remote village. Maybe you even go truffle hunting or fish for your own catch.

Even at sea, SALT promises to enhance your taste experience (sorry): World chefs come on board to give you personalized tutorials in the SALT Lab, a test kitchen as well-equipped as anything you’ll see on your favorite chef competition show. With changing menus designed to reflect the ports you dock in, SALT Kitchen restaurant will broaden your palate with herbs, spices and dishes you’ve never heard of before.

To end – or start – your evening; no one asks: the SALT Bar crew creates cocktails also inspired by world cruise destinations. The Muse Class SALT Bars are design masterpieces in themselves and at the same time a chic and homely place that you would like to have at home.

When you’re not on board or on an excursion, you can simply lie down on a quiet beach, or for some action, hunt for wildlife, using your eyes, senses and camera, of course.

From LA to Brisbane, the first 46-day leg of the world cruise includes visits to Hawaii and its Volcanoes National Park and to French Polynesia and its islands of Rangiroa, Moorea, Bora Bora and more.

After Brisbane and the Great Barrier Reef, get ready for classics like Bali, Singapore, Sri Lanka and the Maldives. Lesser-known but equally breathtaking stops include the Vallée de Mai nature reserve on the Insta-friendly island of Praslin in the Seychelles, and the rugged volcanic French overseas department of Réunion. Then it continues to South Africa to spot the Big Five and visit Cape Town. While you’re in the area, fly to Victoria Falls and stay in luxury along the Zambezi River.

Wait, folks, you still have one ocean to go. Leaving Cape Town, you sail through West Africa, to Namibia, Angola, Ghana, Gambia, Senegal, Morocco and on to Lisbon.

Oh, and there’s also a sea involved: the North Sea. After the British Isles you cross to the Norwegian fjords. And then it’s finally back to Copenhagen, where the Little Mermaid will have been waiting for you on her stone.

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