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Silversea's destination-packed 2027 world cruise features 20 maiden calls

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Silversea's 2027 world cruise, from Los Angeles to Copenhagen, stretches 149 days and visits 80 ports
Silversea's 2027 world cruise will call at 80 ports, more than any voyage in the brand's history.

The 149-day trip aboard Silver Dawn, one of the smallest world-cruising ships, will depart Los Angeles on Jan. 8 and arrive in Copenhagen June 7, 2027. The voyage includes 20 maiden calls and  11 overnight stays in port.

Silver Dawn will traverse the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic oceans, giving access to more than 50 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Silversea President Bert Hernandez said 'The Three Oceans World Cruise 2027' will give the longest stays in port of any world voyage.

Pacific Ocean

Silver Dawn will travel from Los Angeles to Brisbane in a leisurely 46 days, visiting Hawaii, French Polynesia and Melanesia. Standout destinations include Hilo, Kahului, and Honolulu in Hawaii; Nuku Hiva; Rangiroa; Moorea; Bora Bora; Apia; Lautoka; Champagne Beach; Lifou; Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays; Darwin and Brisbane.

As well as having the opportunity to visit the UNESCO-listed Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, travelers will be treated to a bespoke event honoring ancient Polynesian seafarers at a sunset ho'olaule'a in Honolulu, with traditional fare, tropical libations and stargazing.

Indian Ocean

Between Brisbane and Cape Town, travelers will connect with the ancient cultures and wildlife of the Indian Ocean. Included is a seven-day deep dive into South Africa. Highlights of this chapter include Bali, Semarang, Singapore, Colombo, the Maldives, Seychelles, Reunion and South Africa. An included two-night overland experience from Durban to Port Elizabeth will take travelers deeper into the heart of southern Africa, including Victoria Falls and a private sunset river cruise with accommodations in a luxury outpost alongside the Zambezi.

Atlantic Ocean

The Atlantic Ocean stint from Cape Town to Copenhagen covers a vast region, from Namibia, Angola, Ghana, Gambia and Senegal, to Praia, Arrecife, Agadir, Casablanca and other destinations before arriving at Lisbon. The journey continues to remote northern islands of the UK, Northern Ireland, the Norwegian Fjords and cities of northern Europe. A bespoke night of musical performance at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast and local gastronomy is planned.

S.A.L.T. culinary immersion experiences will include Sri Lankan cuisine with a master chef, a private truffle hunt and gourmet lunch in a historic Bordeaux château and fishing in the Swedish archipelago.

Itinerary details are available at www.silversea.com/lp-world-cruise-2027.html.