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Silversea brochures may be ordered in digital or print versions

Silversea's just-out 2016 brochures have quick response codes

Silversea Cruises released a pair of brochures detailing its 2016 ocean and expedition cruises on eight ships to more than 800 destinations.

A 192-page brochure details Silversea's ocean-going journeys, while a separate 157-page booklet for Silversea Expeditions showcases the line's expedition cruises. Both brochures feature new quick response bar codes that smartphone and tablet users may scan to unlock additional information.

Both print and digital versions of the brochures can be requested at Silversea.com/brochures.

Highlights of 2016 include Silver Whisper's 115-day world cruise from Fort Lauderdale to Venice, a 66-day voyage around South America that spends three days in Rio de Janeiro during Carnival and a cruise that overnights in Cannes during the famous film festival and offers an optional Monte Carlo Grand Prix tour.

Further highlights are Norway's North Cape in a 14-day cruise round-trip Copenhagen, six sailings that dock near or depart from Tower Bridge in the heart of London and two cruises that transit the Mediterranean's narrow Corinth Canal.

A trio of South Africa voyages round-trip Cape Town and stops at Myanmar on both ocean and expedition itineraries are other notable aspects.

Plus, Silversea Expeditions will mark the 100-year anniversary of explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton's Endurance expedition with three special 18-day Antarctica voyages. A 12-day expedition round-trip Tromsø in northern Norway will explore the White Sea and Kanin Peninsula in Russia's extreme north.

One cruise journeys across the top of Australia to make an inaugural visit to Arnhem Land, the birthplace of the didgeridoo, while another, from Male, visits the Seychelles, Maldives, Mozambique and Tanzania, and features an inaugural visit to Aldabra, a raised coral atoll that's a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Also outlined are Silversea's alternating seven-day cruises in the Galápagos Islands.

 

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