An epic world cruise set to depart from Sydney in January 2023 has sold out in just one day.
This triumph pays testament to the strong demand we are seeing in the market.
The ship, its 388 passengers and 302 crew will visit a total of 66 destinations in 34 countries.
The 28,258-tonne ship was launched in 2000 and last refurbished in 2019 world cruise.
The relatively small size of the vessel will allow it to travel up the Amazon River when it reaches Brazil. Other exotic destinations include Papua New Guinea, the Seychelles, Mauritius and Tanzania.
We want to support the local Australian economy, By starting the world cruise in Sydney our high net-worth demographic will be a win for local tourism.
A 139-day luxury cruise does not come cheap, The price includes business-class Qantas flights.
That ship, with a capacity for 596 guests, will be deliver to the cruise line in November. Other exotic destinations include Papua New Guinea, the Seychelles, Mauritius and Tanzania.
The ship will depart Sydney on January 10, with Silversea talking up how the cruise will support local tourism.
By working together, after the peak of more than 700 new cases a day in early August, Victorians have brought virus transmission under control. Although the work is not done, and we’re exhausted, we should celebrate what we have been able to achieve.