Invitation To Pre-Book Special Voyages~For Our Treasured Guests~Silversea Silver Nova Grand South America

We are extremely pleased to share some exciting news and offers for you. Please use link below request a quote and itinerary details. With cruise itineraries constantly evolving due to changing guidelines and restrictions around the globe, not all itineraries may be available on our website.

This sailing now available here: 72 Night – Fort Lauderdale, Florida Silver Nova (

A warm bienvenidos to this exclusive roundtrip voyage featuring the absolute best of South America. In 2024, Silver Nova will be taking guests around the entire coast of Latin America to 38 different destinations in 18 countries. This voyage will go deep inland too, sailing down the Amazon River right to magical Manaus at the heart of the continent. You will visit the southern tip of the world at Ushuaia and be entirely awestruck as they gaze out at the impressive landscapes of the Chilean glaciers and fjords. Lima, Buenos Aires and Montevideo will welcome you to discover all of their amazing secrets and you’ll get to mix it up with the locals at the explosive Rio de Janeiro Carnival for three whole days. Welcome to a Grand Voyage with a Latin American soul. Now is the time, to reserve your preferred suite for this once in a lifetime travel experience.

Starting from 8 February, all new Grand Voyage bookings will include Business Class Air (from selected countries/gateways) – this applies to all current and future Grand Voyage reservations.

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