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Silversea expands UK sailing options

Silversea Cruises has expanded its UK sailing product for 2012.

The line believes demand is up and will therefore offer 20 voyages that either embark or disembark from UK ports, making it the largest Silversea UK programme to date.

Silver Spirit, Silver Whisper, Silver Cloud and Silver Explorer will dock at Southampton, Portsmouth, Greenock and London (Tower Bridge) allowing guests to depart from more UK ports to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, New York and more.

UK and Ireland managing director Trudy Redfern said: “With four out of six all suite ships either embarking or disembarking UK ports during 2011/2012, agents clients can relax completely and allow us to transport them hassle-free in the luxury surroundings Silversea offers.

Sample 2012 itineraries include:

Monte Carlo to Southampton
A 12-day Medittaranean voyage (4210) from £4,303 per person, on an all-inclusive basis with $1000 onboard spending credit per suite.
Departing May 1 2012 from Monte Carlo, Silver Whisper calls at Palma De Mallorca (Spain), Cadiz (Spain), Portimao (Portugal), La Coruña (Spain), Bilbao (Spain), Bordeaux (France) and Le Verdon (France) before arriving at Southampton (UK).

Stockholm (Sweden) to Southampton
A 10-day Northern European voyage from £4,373 per person, on an all-inclusive basis with $1000 onboard spending credit per suite.
Departing July 16 2012 from Stockholm, Silver Whisper calls at Tallinn (Estonia), St. Petersburg (Russia) for a two night stay onboard, Helsinki (Finland) and Warnemunde (Rostock, Germany) before arriving at Southampton (UK).

Prices are per person, based on two people sharing a Vista Suite and include one-way complimentary economy class air, port charges, government fees and taxes.

To find out more go to silversea.com or call 0844 251 0833.

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