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Monday, October 22, 2012


A new brochure dedicated to Silversea's 2013 Alaska voyages aboard the 382-guest Silver Shadow is now available to agents. Between May and September 2013, the all-suite luxury vessel will embark on 15 sailings departing from Anchorage, Vancouver and Seward, taking in the spectacular scenery, wildlife, native culture and gold rush history of the region.

All-inclusive fares start from AU$3,549 per person, double occupancy for a series of 7-day sailings between Seward and Vancouver, cruising the Inside Passage and visiting the Alaskan ports of Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway and Sitka, as well as Tracy Arm Fjord and Sawyer Glacier.

Also on offer is an 11-day round-trip voyage from Vancouver departing in July 2013, taking in the additional destinations of Wrangell and the Canadian ports of Prince Rupert and Victoria on Vancouver Island. Fares start from AU$5,949 per person, double occupancy.

Karen Christensen, General Manager and Director Sales and Marketing Australasia for Silversea, commented: "Our Alaska voyages are always immensely popular amongst Australian travellers and each season is a sell-out. Unlike larger vessels, Silver Shadow is agile enough to get up close to the breathtaking sights and wildlife of this region. It also offers every luxury along the way – from butler service for every guest to free flowing Champagne!"

Guests can enhance their experience with a range of exciting pre- and post-cruise Land Adventures that include Denali National Park, a floatplane ride to bear country and a tour of the Canadian Rockies. Those embarking or disembarking in Seward will also enjoy a complimentary Scenic Train Transfer along the famed Alaskan Kenai Peninsula to or from Anchorage Airport.

Silversea's fares include all-suite accommodation with butler service; gourmet meals with menus designed by Relais & Châteaux; complimentary wines, Champagne and spirits served throughout the ship, and all gratuities.

Contact Silversea Cruises on +61 2 9255 0600 or toll free 1300 306 872 (Australia) or visit


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