Silversea has revealed details of a new Venetian Society Reunion cruise for 2024.
It will depart Tokyo on 15 October 2024, calling in the likes of Incheon, Hong Kong and Ho Chi Minh City.
The voyage is open to all travellers, while members of the line’s loyalty club, the Venetian Society, will benefit from a five per cent saving on the cruise fare, as well exclusive events and commemorative gifts.
Silversea ready for ‘unique’ sailing
Muckermann said: “It is always special for me to spend time on board our ships with our guests.
“Our Venetian Society Reunion Voyages provide the perfect opportunity to reconnect with the most loyal members of our extended family, while also meeting new guests.
“This particular sailing will be especially unique, as it will mark the very first reunion aboard Silver Nova, offering guests the chance to experience our newest class of ship, which, for the first time in Silversea’s history, will incorporate an asymmetrical design and a horizontal layout, and will be among the most spacious ultra-luxury ships ever built.”
Silversea’s delegate to the Venetian Society Norman Rafelson added: “Guests often ask me about our 2024 sailing, with the aim of reserving their suites and arranging travel plans ahead of time.
“I look forward to welcoming travellers aboard the beautiful Silver Nova, with president and CEO Barbara Muckermann, in October 2024, sailing from Tokyo to Singapore. This one is not to be missed.”
In late March, Silversea held the keel laying ceremony for Silver Ray, the second ship in the Nova class.