Royal Caribbean’s Premium Cruise Introduces 136-Day Global Voyage


  • Silversea Cruises Royal Caribbean Group’s luxury cruise line Silversea Cruises has unveiled its 2025 136-day world cruise.
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Luxury cruise line Silversea Cruises, part of the Royal Caribbean Group, has launched its newest itinerary for 2025, a 136-day voyage from Tokyo to New York as reported by Business Insider.

Global sailings

Travellers have been flocking to global sailings since the resumption of cruises amid COVID-19, creating an “incredibly high demand for extended voyages,” Roberto Martinoli, president and CEO of Silversea Cruises, said in a press release.

In March, Oceania Cruises’ six-month 2024 global cruise sold out in a record-breaking 30 minutes.

And more recently in June, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 2025 150-night global itinerary, its longest one yet, also sold out in “record time” for the fourth consecutive year.

The demand for long-haul cruises has never been stronger.

And Silversea is looking to tap into this growing market: To accommodate this demand, the 2025 global cruise will sail aboard the 596-passenger Silver Dawn, one of the cruise line’s bigger and newer vessels.

International destinations 

The around-the-world sailing — called the “Controtempo World Cruise 2025” — will be segmented into 10 legs organized by dates and destinations starting with Tokyo to Hong Kong and ending with Reykjavik, Iceland to New York.

Along the way, travellers still stop in 59 locations across 30 countries and four continents.

There’ll also be four overnight stays in locations like Osaka, Japan, Luxor, Egypt, and Oslo, Norway to give travellers more time to explore the international destinations.

Four months is a long time to spend at sea.

And as with any cruise, there will inevitably be several days at sea with no planned stops.

To make the journey more comfortable and luxurious, the Silversea Dawn is lined with suites that all have views of the ocean.

World-class features 

To help passengers pass the time, the cruise ship also has eight restaurants, bars and lounges, Roman-inspired spa amenities and typical cruise features like a casino, indoor observation lounge, pool and jacuzzi, and theatre.

Along the way, the menu at the Silver Dawn’s dining concept “S.A.L.T. Bar and Kitchen” will change according to its destination, giving travellers a chance to sample the local cuisine without leaving the ship.

But in the age of inflation and expensive travel, luxury won’t come cheap on this long-haul cruise.

The all-inclusive sailing starts at $76,000 per person in the 335-square-foot Vista Suite.

But if you’re looking for something a bit more luxurious, say the 1,055-square-foot Owner’s Suite, be prepared to pay at least $266,000 for the global sailing.


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Source: Business Insider



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