Day - 1 - Mumbai
Arrive at Mumbai
Dockyard for boarding on the Cruise. After clearing the boarding formality the cruise will leave the dockyard. Relax in your comfortable cabin till dinner time, or explore the facilities onboard. You can explore the Cruise. There are various entertainment things on the ship. If you wish to enjoy a drink (direct payment), there are a number of bars onboard where you can relax with a cocktail.
Day - 2 and 3 - At Sea
Day - 4 and 5 - Muscat
Muscat is the capital of Oman
. Portuguese fort shows a tangible link to the past. Despite a relative boom in recent years, Muscat has clung to its old-world Arabian charm. Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque is the main mosque and an iconic landmark of Muscat. Things can get a little sticky in this humid climate, so head to the beach to enjoy a gentle breeze and unwind. The capital is rich with the local culture. Explore an elegant array of domes, minarets and marbled Arabic archways, as you’re immersed in a city where a traditional conservative outlook mingles with a pragmatic modern approach.
Day - 6 - Fujairah
Fujairah is one of the emirates of UAE
. Visit the oldest mosque of the UAE, which remains in use to this day. Al Bidya Mosque, which was built from the mud and rocks of the desert in 1446. The city has many heritage building including Fujairah Castle, Fujairah fort, Museum. The main mosque is the large white Sheikh Zayed Mosque, the second largest in the UAE and a landmark that is visible from many locations in the centre of the city.
Day - 7 and 8 - Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi is the second most populated city of UAE. It is the largest of the UAE's seven emirates. The Sheikh Zayed Mosque is the largest mosque of the UAE. The city has a rich culture and heritage. The relentlessly glorious weather makes the coral-blue sea's sparkle ever-tempting, and at Saadiyat Public Beach you’ll find clear blue waves lapping soft, sugar-white sand. Wade out to enjoy bath-like temperatures of 30 degrees. Nowadays, palatial hotels tower above the dazzling ocean and white sands, while ever-reliable weather and remarkable extravagances, make Abu Dhabi a location of unbridled opulence and intrigue.
Day - 9 - Al Manamah
Al Manamah is the capital of Bahrain
. The country has a large influence of foreigners. one-third of the population hailing from abroad. Alcohol is legal in the country, with bars and nightclubs operating in the city. Moving on, seven nominated UNESCO World Heritage sites to prove the extent of Bahrain’s dedication to the conservation of the past. For culture vultures, the Al Fateh Mosque (one of the world’s largest and by far the largest in Bahrain), this is a sight – and site – to see.
Day - 10 - Doha
Doha is the capital city of Qatar. Doha grounded by its heritage, this sprawling metropolis's ambitious structures echo the ancient Arabic art that long preceded its rise. Explore the luxurious and fascinating tapestry of interwoven extravagance and tradition that is Doha's trademark, as you soak up the sun, sea and skyline of this ever-sparkling city.
Day - 11 - Dubai
is the most popular city in the Uae as well as middle east countries. Dubai is known for its sky touching buildings and business parks. The hyper-speed transformation, from a fishing village to glitzy mega-city, has been truly astounding, and it’s hard to avoid feeling humbled, as you stand dwarfed by cloud-scraping architecture, and some of the most elaborate, audacious engineering projects ever conceived.
Day - 12 - Khasab
Khasab is also is known as the Norway of Arabia. The city is surrounded by the northern mountains of the Western Hajar Range. Khasab has a fully functional hospital and several hotels, beaches and parks across the city. Explore the incredible desert fjords and folding sandy mountains by boat, and be on the lookout for the rubbery noses of bottlenose and humpback dolphins poking through the water. Cruise up along the Strait of Hormuz, between Oman and Iran, and marvel at the long stretches of dramatic golden fjord scenery.
Day - 13 - Muscat
Oman’s capital rests overlooking the coast of the Gulf of Oman, tucked away among the country’s mountains. Discover a city surrounded by neat gardens - with streets lined by palm trees and crumbling Portuguese forts providing a tangible link to the past.
Day - 14 - At Sea
Day - 15 - Salalah
Salalah is one of the cities of Oman. It is a mixture of both traditional and modern culture. It has a thrilling history with gorgeous beaches and luxury spas, Oman’s second-biggest city is cradled by tempting ocean waters and the soaring Dhofar Mountains. The clouds tame the heat and fuel stunning waterfall torrents, with a local festival celebrating the arrival of this monsoon each year. Even in drier months, the earlier deluges ensure that there is an added vibrancy to the ravines and wadis nearby. as been reclaimed from the rusty desert soil at Al Baleed Archeological Park.
Day - 16, 17, 18 and 19 - At Sea
Day - 20 - Petra (Jordan)
the ancient city of Petra has been mesmerising visitors since being rediscovered by Westerners. An early start is best to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site, giving you the chance to beat the crowds and avoid the brunt of the heat. Petra developed as the capital of the Nabataean Kingdom, and the sophistication of the Rose Kingdom’s rock-hewn buildings is matched only by the elaborate and advanced water collection and transportation system that quenched its thirst and provided the means to thrive, despite its remote location and the intense burn of the sun.
Day: 21 - At Sea
Day - 22 - Suez Canal
Suez Canal is one of the world’s engineering marvels - linking two seas, and drastically shortening boat voyages around this huge continent. Look out for the tiny fishing boats that share the canal’s waterway, dwarfed by giant container ships - the plucky fishermen courageously refuse to yield to the massive vessels they sail beside.
Day - 23 - Ashdod (Israel)
Ashdod is the port city of Israel. after reaching the port we will proceed to explore the city of Jerusalem. A city like no other, Jerusalem is a melting pot of traditions, and a place of staggering complexity and immeasurably deep, impactful history. It’s almost impossible to fully digest Jerusalem’s importance in the scriptures of the world’s largest religions Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and this collision of faiths helps to make it one of the world’s most fascinating locations.
Day - 24, 25 - Haifa (Israel)
Haifa is the third-largest city of Israel. Arrive on Israel's shores at Haifa, which sits below Mount Carmel, and is surrounded by elaborate places of worship, as well as the Baha'i Hanging Gardens - a terraced green UNESCO World Heritage Site. The climate is gentle, the beaches beautiful, and the locals friendly. You won't see the religious garb of Jerusalem or the tattoos and piercings of Tel Aviv in this diverse but fairly conservative city. Israel’s "city on the hill" is divided into three main levels, each crisscrossed by parks and gardens: the port down below; Hadar, a commercial area in the middle; and Merkaz Carmel (known as "the Merkaz"), with the posher hotels and many restaurants, on the crest of Mt. Carmel.
Day - 26 - At Sea
Day - 27 - Athens
Athens is a global city and one of the biggest economic centres in (Greece)
Europe. Athens is a majestic and magical urban sprawl. Extraordinary elegance and grace combine with grit and graft in Greece's capital, where highways encase ruins from antiquity, and gleaming museums and galleries stand beside concrete sprayed with edgy street art. Old Olympic Stadium, where the first modern Olympics were held in 1896, for more of the city's enduring legacy.
This restaurant specialises in fine Asian fusion cuisine including regional dishes from Japan as well as from China, Thailand, Vietnam and India. From Kobe beef to spider lobster, exquisite creations are prepared with fresh and authentic ingredients.
A sumptuous, intimate setting with a lively, joie de vivre ambience is the perfect place to dine, dance and dream the night away, Small plate tapas-style dishes of mouth-watering international cuisine perfectly compliment the rich, exciting entertainment as the smooth sounds of jazz and blues gently caress your ears.
Silversea cruises offer a divine selection of Italy’s best cuisine, served à la carte in La Terrazza. Authentic recipes and the freshest ingredients come together with flair and passion — a flavourful expression of Silversea’s distinctive Italian heritage.
Indulge in an evening where fine wines are complemented by a set bespoke menu of regionally-inspired dishes in an intimate, elegant setting. An extraordinary six-course experience celebrating the world’s most distinguished wine regions aboard your luxury cruise ship.
Sourced from volcanic rock and placed in an oven to reach an optimum temperature of 400?C, The Grill invites guests to cook their food directly at their table. With the stone cooking available in the evenings only, The Grill becomes a daytime rotisserie, gourmet salad and burger bar.
Enjoy the various types of games in Casino. Only 18 and above age groups, people are allowed. You can discover new games during your trip.
Many other facilities are
- Pool Deck.
- Fitness Gym.
- Panorama Lounge