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Departs Seward
On 10 Sep 2020
For 13 nights
To Alaska
With Silversea
On Board Silver Muse
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Date Port Arrive Depart
10 Sep 20 Seward, Alaska 18:00
11 Sep 20 Kodiak, Alaska 08:00 14:00
12 Sep 20 At Sea
13 Sep 20 Dutch Harbor, Alaska 08:00 14:00
14 Sep 20 At Sea
15 Sep 20 International Date line
16 Sep 20 At Sea
17 Sep 20 At Sea
18 Sep 20 Petropavlosk (Kamchatka), Russia 07:00 18:00
19 Sep 20 At Sea
20 Sep 20 At Sea
21 Sep 20 Kushiro 08:00 14:00
22 Sep 20 Hakodate, Japan 08:00 14:00
23 Sep 20 At Sea
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Silver Muse
Silversea Cruises is happy to present our new flagship, Silver Muse, to be delivered in the spring of 2017. The new ultra-luxury ship is being built by Fincantieri and at 40,700 grt accommodates 596 g.. Read more
13 night cruise sailing from Seward aboard the Silver Muse
Visit Kodiak, Alaska, Dutch Harbor, Alaska, Petropavlovsk, Kushiro, Japan, Hakodate and Tokyo.

Seward

Seward, founded in 1903, is named after the Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln, William H. Seward, who endeavoured to purchase the land we know today as Alaska. It is a small, fishing village that has become a fairly busy port, due to its access to the state's highway, something many Alaskan towns lack. It is the southernmost terminus for the Alaska Railroad and is the closet port to Anchorage for those embarking cruise ships. Anchorage is located in south central Alaska, where to the east, the Chugach Mountains serve as the backdrop for the city's magnificent skyline. To the west are the expansive, steel-coloured waters of Cook Inlet, named after the explorer Captain James Cook who sailed into the area in 1778. Anchorage was incorporated as a city in 1920. Though steadily growing, it remained a relatively small frontier town until the beginning of World War II. When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Anchorage found itself on the front lines of the conflict. Airfields, roads, and other buildings were constructed during the war. After World War II, the infrastructure was left behind, creating the framework for Anchorage's development. On January 3, 1959, Congress voted Alaska into statehood.

Kodiak

The Alutiiq, Kodiak's first settlers, were no doubt drawn to the region by its plentiful fish, sea mammals and shellfish, riches still very much in evidence today. Lured by valuable sea otter pelts, Russian merchants established a settlement on Kodiak Island in 1784 and made Kodiak the first capital of Russian America as well as a major fur-trading center. Modern times brought the town a devastating volcanic eruption in 1912, blanketing the town in nearly two feet of ash, and a series of tsunamis from the infamous earthquake of 1964, virtually destroying the waterfront. Kodiak today is home to some 700 fishing vessels, as well as the country's largest Coast Guard station. No other animal so evokes the North American wilderness, as do the grizzly and brown bears in Alaska. It is estimated there are about 30,000 brown bears and grizzlies in Alaska. Kodiak Island is estimated to have several thousand brown bears and in past years the bears outnumbered the people.

Dutch Harbour

The Aleutians are a chain of more than 300 small volcanic islands extending in an arc from the Kamchatka Peninsula towards Alaska. The islands became the stepping stones of history that attracted Russian explorers to Alaska in the 18th century. Along the treeless, windswept islands, one can see onion-domed churches mixed in with rusted Quonset huts, weed-covered bunkers and shell casings; reminders of the bitter campaigns fought here between American and Japanese forces during World War II.

Hakodate

Located in the southern part of Hokkaido Island, Hakodate was founded during the feudal era and one of the first Japanese ports opened to international trade. In 1854, Commodore Matthew Perry of the U.S. Navy arrived and a treaty was signed, opening Hakodate, Yokohama and Nagasaki to trade with the West. Soon, a customs office was established, treaty countries opened consulates in the city, and foreign culture and technology were introduced. The subsequent influx of foreign settlers left a lasting influence, which is apparent in the Euro-American style architecture that still exists today.
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Silversea

Silversea Cruises offer a boutique service, creating a luxurious and personalised experience for each guest. While many cruise lines opt for bigger ships, Silversea Cruises maintain the intimacy of smaller ships. Onboard, there is no service spared to provide a comfortable and sophisticated experience for each guest. Every suite has a view of the ocean and most have a private veranda. And, with a guest to staff ratio of almost one to one, you are tended to by the personalised service of your own private butler. All meals are included, beverages are complimentary and your preferred selections will be stocked in your suite.

Enjoy the onboard entertainment without the stress of reservations, cover charges or bar tabs. Take in a cabaret-style show or a lecture on specialised topics relating to your destination. With live music, casino games, feature films and variety acts, there’s never a lack of entertainment to experience onboard a Silversea’s cruise.

Silversea’s smaller ships offer you a chance to explore rare ports of call, as well as the most famous cities. There are a variety of destinations available with popular itineraries through the Mediterranean, Alaska and the Caribbean. Take an intimate cruise through Africa, Arabia and the Indian Ocean, or Canada and New England. Go on a Grand Voyage from Venice to Istanbul, or Monte Carlo to Copenhagen. Other journeys include Australia and new Zealand on Silver Shadow, with ports of call such as Auckland, Bay of Islands, Dunedin, Hobart, Melbourne and Sydney.

Dining

Onboard Silversea, culinary inspiration is taken from the port destination, allowing you to immerse yourself in the culture of the region. The sophisticated main dining room on every ship, The Restaurant, is always open seating, so you can arrive whenever and dine with whomever you choose. Le Champagne, the only Wine Restaurant by Relais & Chateaux (Silversea Cruises dining partners) at sea, offers fine wines complemented by a set tasting menu. For something more casual, have lunch at the Pool Grill for oven-fresh pizza and lighter dare. At night-time it transforms into The Grill, featuring “hot rock” dining under the stars.

Kids

Silversea Cruises offers an adult-oriented cruise experiences, and only accommodates children over the age of six months. The cruise line also limits the number of children under the age of threee onboard. A youth programme, staffed by counsellors, is available on holidays and select sailings, but no other children's facilities.

Silver Muse

Silversea Cruises is happy to present our new flagship, Silver Muse, to be delivered in the spring of 2017. The new ultra-luxury ship is being built by Fincantieri and at 40,700 grt accommodates 596 guests, representing an exciting evolution of Silver Spirit that will redefine ultra-luxury ocean travel, enhancing the small-ship intimacy and spacious all-suite accommodations that are the hallmarks of the Silversea experience. The addition of Silver Muse will expand Silversea's fleet to nine ships, and will once again significantly raise the bar in the ultra-luxury cruise market with a wealth of enhancements to the onboard experience, while satisfying the uncompromising requirements for comfort, service, and quality of the world's most discerning travellers.

Facilities

Observation Lounge, Conference Room, Boutique, Reception,

Jogging Track, Fitness Center,

Swimming Pool, Spa, Whirlpool, Beauty Salon,

Pool Bar, Theatre, Connoisseur Club, Panorama Lounge,

Card Room, Library, Childrens Play Room,

Restaurant, Bar, Grill, La Terrazza,

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