Silversea’s World Cruise 2027 Is Set To Average One Unesco World Heritage Site Every Three Days

Silver DawnSilversea has opened general sales on its World Cruise 2027, The Three Oceans. Set to call in 80 destinations – more destinations than any voyage in the company’s history – the 149-day sailing will connect 50 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 35 countries.

Additional opportunities to meaningfully connect with the local culture will abound, with exclusive events crafted by Silversea’s destination experts, dozens of S.A.L.T. (Sea and Land Taste) culinary experiences, various seasonal enrichments, and much more.

Silver Dawn, one of the most intimate world-cruising ships, will depart Los Angeles on January 8 and arrive in Copenhagen on June 7, 2027, unlocking the unique cultures, histories, and ideas of the Pacific, Indian, and Atlantic oceans for guests. Responding to strong demand for all-new destinations among Silversea’s guests, the itinerary incorporates 20 new calls for a Silversea World Cruise – many of which are accessible only to small ships, such as Langebaan, South Africa; Hambantota, Sri Lanka; and San Sebastian, Spain.

“With our World Cruises and industry-leading range of extended voyages, we sail to the most captivating and enriching destinations at the optimal times of the year, creating once-in-a-lifetime experiences through our unique destination expertise,” said Bert Hernandez, president, Silversea.

“In 2027, guests can explore 50 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, exclusive World Cruise events, and destination-enhancing culinary experiences through our S.A.L.T. program – all while traveling in Silversea’s trademark comfort. There is simply no better way to experience such a diverse array of iconic experiences in 2027 than by joining us on The Three Oceans World Cruise.”

(Silversea’s World Cruise 2027 Is Set To Average One Unesco World Heritage Site Every Three Days – Silversea Cruises)