Silversea Cruises has committed to Singapore as a major hub for the
Asia Pacific region and will work alongside the Singapore Tourism Board
to develop cruising into and from the destination.
“Silversea’s well-travelled and highly affluent clientele appreciates
the finest things in life and Singapore can offer just that, by
providing high-end tourism infrastructure, as well as highly
sought-after cultural experiences ranging from world-class shopping
districts to vibrant neighbourhoods and culinary delights,” said
Silversea’s managing director for the Asia Pacific, Adam Radwanski.
According to the ultra-luxury cruise line, Singapore is an ideal city
for this commitment thanks to its strategic location in Southeast Asia,
coupled with excellent air connectivity, world-class port
infrastructure, an innovation-focused economy and the city's ambition to
be a sustainable travel destination.
"With destinations such as Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and
Thailand opening their ports once more for international cruising, our
excitement is growing for the moment in which we can welcome our guests
in Asia,” vice president of sales for the Asia Pacific, Simon Yip said.
Singapore will feature in Silversea's record 21 sailings for the
2024/2025 season, which will see the destination welcoming the cruise
line's upcoming new ships Silver Nova—set to become the world’s first
low-emissions cruise ship using hybrid technology—as well as the
state-of-the-art Silver Dawn, among others.
2024/2025 Singapore deployment is a part of a broader worldwide launch
of itineraries that will see the largest-ever number of voyages offered
by Silversea, with 341 sailings between March 2024 and May 2025 spanning
all seven continents, in 120 countries and unlocking 695 destinations.