DECEMBER heralds the arrival of Silversea’s ultra-luxe flagship vessel, Silver Muse, into Australia where she will sail to Darwin from Bali before heading down the coast and making maiden calls at Cairns, Townsville, the Whitsunday Islands, Brisbane and Sydney.

Offering guests an uncompromising level of comfort, service and quality, Silver Muse takes guests on a culinary journey, offering the “widest, bespoke dining experience at sea”, with a series of new ultra-luxury offerings also recently added as part of the cruise line’s Project Invictus initiative.

Part of the project was the recent upgrade to the champagne and caviar offering on board Silver Muse, which saw the welcome drinks offering being replaced with Champagne rather than the previously offered prosecco.

Sydney travellers will have the chance to journey to New Zealand, where Muse will cruise the Milford and Doubtful Sounds before arriving in Dunedin on 14 January. The ship will then head to Akaroa, Picton, Napier and Gisbourne, before arriving into Auckland on 19 January.

In addition to Silver Muse‘s inaugural voyage down under, Silversea has also announced its extravagant vessel Silver Whisper will set sail on an epic 132-day World Cruise from San Francisco to London. The “Tale of Tales” cruise will welcome a range of famous creatives who will host a series of lectures for guests while travelling.

Subscribe To travelBulletin