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Silversea details Silver Nova's South America circumnavigation

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Three overnights in Rio de Janeiro and best seas for Carnival
Silversea Cruises shared details on the 71-night 'Grand Voyage to Central and South America' aboard new hybrid ship Silver Nova in early 2024.

The voyage, round-trip Fort Lauderdale, will circle South America, visiting 38 destinations in 18 countries. Pre-sale reservations had opened in mid-December

Round-trip business class air included

For the first time, and for all subsequent grand voyages across the fleet, this journey will include round-trip business-class flights for selected countries and markets.

Highlights include a Panama Canal transit, Peru, the Chilean Fjords, Ushuaia at the southern tip of the continent; calls at Buenos Aires and Montevideo; Silversea maiden call at Ilhabela (Brazil), home to a vast UNESCO-listed biosphere reserve; three overnights in Rio de Janeiro for Carnival, a journey up the Amazon River to Manaus, and eastern Caribbean gems like Bequia.

Travelers will also experience the region’s rich culinary flavors onboard and ashore through Silversea’s S.A.L.T. program.

Emissions-free in port

Silver Nova will have advanced hybrid technology to allow it to operate without on emissions-free fuel cell power in port

Exclusive events

Exclusive events for the voyage include folklore festivities in Panama, a heritage tour at Peru's Callao Monumental, the best seats for Carnival in Rio, opera in the Amazon at the historic Manaus Opera House and an evening with Bridgetown's polo elite in Barbados.

The full itinerary is here.

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