AN AUSTRALIAN MUSE – with Complimentary Indian Pacific Train – EX SYDNEY

Cruise Line
Silversea Cruises
Silver Muse
Package Departs
18 Nov 2020
Package Duration
32 Nights
Embark Ship
Perth (Fremantle), WA Australia
Disembark Ship
Sydney, NSW, Australia
VI - Suite PA - Suite CV - Suite SV - Suite
AU $15,990
per person
AU $18,470
per person
AU $19,925
per person
AU $20,865
per person

Package Duration: 32 nights Cruise-Rail
Package Starts: 18th Nov 2020 Sydney
Cruise Starts: 21st Nov 2020 Fremantle
Cruise Ends: 20th Dec 2020 Sydney
Package Ends: 20th Dec 2020 Sydney


All prices per person in AUD from*
Twin Vista Suite with window was $20664 – Our exclusive price $15,990*pp (1 only at this price)
Twin Panorama Suite with window was $24595 – Our exclusive price $18,470*pp
Twin Classic Veranda Suite was $26295 – Our exclusive price $19,925*pp
Twin Superior Veranda Suite was $27395- Our exclusive price $20,865*pp
Twin Deluxe Veranda Suite was $28595 – Our exclusive price $21,890*pp
Single Vista Suite with window was $40185 – Our exclusive price $23,985* (1 only at this price)


AN AUSTRALIAN MUSE Cruise & Rail package includes:
– FREE Indian Pacific Rail Journey: 3 nights from Sydney to Perth in a Gold Twin (bunk beds upper/lower) or Singles in Gold Single (single bed cabin) with shared bathroom facilities at end of carriage. Train journey includes 9 meals featuring regionally-inspired menus, All inclusive fine wines and beverages onboard and complimentary off-train experiences in Broken Hill, Adelaide, Cook and the Nullarbor. Upgrades available to Platinum cabins (price on request)
– FREE transfer from Perth train station to Fremantle port
– 29 night luxury Silver Muse cruise from Fremantle to Sydney (back to back cruise^) including: • Personalised service – nearly one crew member for every guest • Butler service in every suite – all guests are pampered equally • Open-seating dining options – dine when and with whomever you please • Diversity of dining venues – casual, romantic, regional delicacies, and gourmet cuisine • Beverages in-suite and throughout the ship – select wines, premium spirits, specialty coffees and soft drinks, plus your own tailored mini-bar • In-suite dining and 24-hour room service – always complimentary, always available • Sophisticated entertainment from live music to production shows • Enrichment lecturers, acclaimed chefs and destination consultants • Complimentary transportation into town in most ports • Gratuities always included in your fare

Special Conditions

*Conditions Apply: All prices shown here are per person share twin (unless stated as single) in AUD, based on best available cruise fare at time of publication (09Oct19). All prices based on cash payment - credit card fees may apply. Cruise deposit, amendment and cancellation conditions apply. Travel agent service fees may apply. ^Cruise is made up of two cruises back to back with Benoa on the 3rd of December as the 2nd cruise start point. Cabin change may be required in Bali, but all possible efforts will be made to secure the same cabin number throughout. Special conditions apply - please ask for full details at time of enquiry. All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia. All discounts, offers and promotions have been included in prices shown here and this offer does not combine with any other promotion. Package has varying cancellation fees compared to cruise only. While we endeavour to keep our pricing as up-to-date as possible, the advertised prices shown here may differ from the prices in our booking system at time of reservation. Offer ends 12Dec19 or until sold out/withdrawn and is subject to availability at time of booking. Offer valid on categories listed only and does not apply to any other category including Silver to Owner suites. Upgrade to Platinum on the train subject to availability at time of booking for approximately $1810 per person additional twin share).

Special Validity Dates

Special is valid from 09 Oct 2019 to 12 Dec 2019 or until sold out/withdrawn.

Pre-cruise Itinerary

18 Nov 2020 Own way to Sydney rail station to embark the Indian Pacific train
18 Nov 2020 Indian Pacific: Departs Sydney 3pm
19 Nov 2020 Indian Pacific: Morning Broken Hill Excursion
19 Nov 2020 Indian Pacific: Afternoon Adelaide Excursion (3.15-9.40pm)
20 Nov 2020 Indian Pacific: Afternoon experience in Cook
20 Nov 2020 Indian Pacific: Evening experience on the Nullarbor
21 Nov 2020 Indian Pacific: Arrive Perth 3pm, Transfer to Fremantle port

Cruise Itinerary

21 Nov 2020
Perth (Fremantle), WA Australia
22 Nov 2020
Perth (Fremantle), WA Australia
05:00 PM
23 Nov 2020
Geraldton, Western Australia
08:00 AM 04:00 PM
24 Nov 2020 At sea    
25 Nov 2020 At sea    
26 Nov 2020
Broome, Western Australia
08:00 AM 06:00 PM
27 Nov 2020 At sea    
28 Nov 2020
Kupang, West Timor, Indonesia
08:00 AM 06:00 PM
29 Nov 2020
Dili, East Timor
08:00 AM 04:00 PM
30 Nov 2020
Ende (Flores), Indonesia
09:00 AM 06:00 PM
01 Dec 2020
Komodo Island, Indonesia
07:00 AM 05:00 PM
02 Dec 2020
Bali, Indonesia
12:00 PM overnight
03 Dec 2020
Bali, Indonesia
11:00 PM
04 Dec 2020
Lembar, Indonesia
08:00 AM 05:00 PM
05 Dec 2020 At sea    
06 Dec 2020 At sea    
07 Dec 2020
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
06:00 PM 07:00 PM
08 Dec 2020 At sea    
09 Dec 2020 At sea    
10 Dec 2020
Thursday Island, Queensland, Australia
08:00 AM 06:00 PM
11 Dec 2020 At sea    
12 Dec 2020
Cairns, Queensland, Australia
08:00 AM overnight
13 Dec 2020
Cairns, Queensland, Australia
01:00 PM
14 Dec 2020
Airlie Beach, Queensland, Australia
09:00 AM 06:00 PM
15 Dec 2020 At sea    
16 Dec 2020
Mooloolaba (Noosa), Queensland, Australia
08:00 AM 07:00 PM
17 Dec 2020
Brisbane, QLD, Australia
08:00 AM 06:00 PM
18 Dec 2020 At sea    
19 Dec 2020
Sydney, NSW, Australia
08:00 AM overnight
20 Dec 2020
Sydney, NSW, Australia

All itineraries and ports of call at the discretion of the cruise line subject to local weather conditions and may change without notice.

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Category Twin Per Person     Single Per Person
VI - Vista Suite
PA - Panorama Suite
CV - Classic Veranda Suite
SV- Superior Veranda Suite
DX - Deluxe Veranda Suite

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29 Night cruise departing from Perth to Sydney onboard Silversea Muse.

Perth to Benoa:
Wave goodbye to the craggy coasts of Australia and hello to the gentle shores of Indonesia. From the bustling port of Perth – and it’s fashionable easy living lifestyle the mystical charm of Bali, travel on this voyage of two halves. Every Australian town is a gem, but surely the crowning glory of this voyage is the three maiden calls in Indonesia: Kupang, Dili and Ended.

Benoa to Sydney:
A seafaring voyage, for those who love the water as much as we do! Punctuated by iconic cities, seven days at sea set the pace for this gentle voyage of discovery. Travel Australia’s lovely coasts and imbibe in colourful exotic towns nestled comfortably beside smaller ports. A maiden call to Mooloolaba before an overnight in Sydney, the harbour city, shows off Australia’s eclectic charm to all who visit.

Highlights of this cruise:

Fremantle (Perth), Australia
The port city of Fremantle is a jewel in Western Australia’s crown, largely because of its colonial architectural heritage and hippy vibe. Freo (as the locals call it) is a city of largely friendly, interesting, and sometimes eccentric residents supportive of busking, street art, and alfresco dining. Like all great port cities, Freo is cosmopolitan, with mariners from all parts of the world strolling the streets—including thousands of U.S. Navy personnel on rest and recreation throughout the year. It’s also a good jumping-off point for a day trip to Rottnest Island, where lovely beaches, rocky coves, and unique wallaby-like inhabitants called quokkas set the scene.

Broome (Kimberley), Australia
Roughly 15,000 people live year-round in Broome perched on the edge of the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The population swells to over 45,000 during the tourist season as people from all over the world are drawn to the natural splendors of the Dampier Peninsula. Broome is surrounded by lush green mangroves and mudflats along Roebuck Bay, but the interior is dry and rugged like much of the Kimberley coast. The town of Broome started up around a nascent pearling industry that attracted Japanese, Chinese, Malay and Aboriginal divers to the area in an interesting mix of cultures. Chinatown is still the center of town, but nowadays the pearls are produced in modern aquaculture facilities.

Kupang, Indonesia
Don’t let first impressions cloud your judgement – while Indonesia may offer prettier destinations, Kupang’s got a real depth of character, and a visit will leave you ideally placed to explore some wonderful coastal spots. The Capital of West Nusa Tenggara has a youthful buzz to it, thanks to the sizeable student population who call it home, and the new arrivals regularly inject new life into it. Hop around on small bemos minibuses for the best way to absorb everything this lively destination has to offer. The local cuisine is mouth watering, and you’ll be salivating at the prospect of eating tender se’i babi, a form of flavourful, smoked pork. So prepare to enjoy fishing boats bobbing offshore, waterfalls sloshing down rocks, and beaches offering all of the space you need to unwind, during your call in Kupang.

Dili, East Timor
When a city is known as the “City of Peace” you know more or less what to expect. Known for its troubled history, more than for its superb dive sites, Dili is a fascinating patchwork of Christianity, independence, sandy beaches and Indonesian culture. In a nutshell, Dili’s history can be traced back to 1520, when it was settled by the Portuguese (which accounts for the 99% Christianity rate). However, invasion in WWII saw it briefly passed to the Japanese, before being returned to Indonesia in 1945. The capital of East Timor, it was declared an independent state in 1975, but was invaded by the Indonesians nine days later. A 25-year war ensued (amid much media coverage), resulting in the UN intervening and forcing a truce in 1999, with peace declared in 2002. However, the City of Peace wears its name well, and locals are keen to shake off the shackles of their past.

Ende Flores, Indonesia
The town of Ende is found on the south coast of Flores, part of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Ende is also the capital city of Indonesia’s Ende Regency. Unlike many other places in Indonesia, the town and the island are predominantly Roman Catholic as they were under Portuguese rule for some 300 years. Ende is the gateway to the Kelimutu National Park to see the three coloured lakes of Kelimutu. To get there one will have to drive through the Indonesian rainforest and eventually climb up to see the “Lake of Young Men and Maidens”, the “Bewitched Lake” and the “Lake of Old People” –all of which not only have different colours controlled by the changes in chemical conditions, but also a distinctive physical structure, and a unique geochemical and hydrothermal regime.

Komodo Island, Indonesia
Komodo, the volcanic island of giant lizards, lies 320 miles (515 kilometres) east of Bali. Komodo is 25 miles (40 kilometres) long and 12 miles (19 kilometres) wide; its parched hills ascend to a height of 2,410 feet (734 metres). Komodo is home to a community of some 2000 people who make their living primarily from fishing. The island is the centrepiece of the Komodo National Park, where you will find the most tangible legacy left behind from the Jurassic Era. Komodo Island was little-known and the Komodo dragons were only a myth until the giant lizards were scientifically described in 1912 . Extinct almost everywhere else, the island attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world who come to see the Komodo dragons in their natural habitat. Komodo National Park has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve.

Bali (Benoa), Indonesia
Bali really is as alluring as everyone says. This island, slightly bigger than Delaware, has it all: beaches, volcanoes, terraced rice fields, forests, renowned resorts, surfing, golf, and world-class dive sites. But what sets Bali apart from other nearby tropical destinations is Balinese tradition, and villagers dedicated to celebrating it. The hundreds of temples, dances, rituals, and crafts linked to their ancient Hindu faith aren’t a show for tourists, but a living, breathing culture in which visitors are warmly received by the Balinese, who cherish their own identities.

Darwin, Australia
Darwin is Australia’s most colorful, and exotic, capital city. Surrounded on three sides by the turquoise waters of the Timor Sea, the streets are lined with tropical flowers and trees. Warm and dry in winter, hot and steamy in summer, it’s a relaxed and casual place, as well as a beguiling blend of tropical frontier outpost and Outback hardiness. Darwin is a city that has always had to fight for its survival. The seductiveness of contemporary Darwin lifestyles belies a history of failed attempts that date from 1824 when Europeans attempted to establish an enclave in this harsh, unyielding climate. The original 1869 settlement, called Palmerston, was built on a parcel of mangrove wetlands and scrub forest that had changed little in 15 million years.

Cairns, Australia
Tourism is the lifeblood of Cairns (pronounced Caans). The city makes a good base for exploring the wild top half of Queensland, and tens of thousands of international travelers use it as a jumping-off point for activities such as scuba diving and snorkeling trips to the Barrier Reef, as well as boating, fishing, parasailing, scenic flights, and rain-forest treks.It’s a tough environment, with intense heat and fierce wildlife. Along with wallabies and grey kangaroos in the savannah and tree kangaroos in the rain forest, you’ll find stealthy saltwater crocodiles, venomous snakes, and jellyfish so deadly they put the region’s stunning beaches off- limits to swimmers for nearly half the year. Yet despite this formidable setting, Cairns and tropical North Queensland are far from intimidating places. The people are warm and friendly, the sights spectacular, and—at the right time of year—the beachside lounging is world-class.

Mooloolaba, Australia
Once a humble fishing village, tourism has boomed in recent years and transformed Mooloolaba into one of the most coveted of Queensland’s popular holiday resorts. Located 97 km from Brisbane and set right in the heart of the Sunshine Coast, Mooloolaba is much more than an oceanfront playground. Certainly, surfers will find their nirvana here, with ideal spots for both the initiated and the beginner dotted along the coast, along with the famous surfing festival in March. But it’s not all about waxing your board and point breaks – Mooloolaba Beach has featured as one of the world’s top ten beaches for two years running and it looks set to stay that way. An early morning stroll will see you mingling with the locals, and with no beach goers around, be sure to take your cameras for some of the most instagrammable views you’re ever likely to see.

Brisbane, Australia
Founded in 1824 on the banks of the wide, meandering Brisbane River, the former penal colony of Brisbane was for many years regarded as just a big country town. Many beautiful timber Queenslander homes, built in the 1800s, still dot the riverbanks and inner suburbs, and in spring the city’s numerous parks erupt in a riot of colorful jacaranda, poinciana, and bougainvillea blossoms. Today the Queensland capital is one of Australia’s most up-and-coming cities: glittering high-rises mark its polished business center, slick fashion boutiques and restaurants abound, and numerous outdoor attractions beckon. In summer, temperatures here are broilingly hot and days are often humid, a reminder that this city is part of a subtropical region. Wear SPF 30-plus sunscreen and a broad-brimmed hat outdoors, even on overcast days.

Sydney, Australia
Sydney belongs to the exclusive club of cities that generate excitement. At the end of a marathon flight there’s renewed vitality in the cabin as the plane circles the city, where thousands of yachts are suspended on the dark water and the sails of the Opera House glisten in the distance. Blessed with dazzling beaches and a sunny climate, Sydney is among the most beautiful cities on the planet.With 4.6 million people, Sydney is the biggest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia. A wave of immigration from the 1950s has seen the Anglo-Irish immigrants who made up the city’s original population joined by Italians, Greeks, Turks, Lebanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Thais, and Indonesians. This intermingling has created a cultural vibrancy and energy—and a culinary repertoire—that was missing only a generation ago.Sydneysiders embrace their harbor with a passion.

Silversea Cruises is happy to present, Silver Muse. The new ultra-luxury ship was built by Fincantieri and at 40,700 grt accommodates 596 guests. Representing an exciting evolution of Silver Spirit, Silver Muse redefines 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 expands Silversea’s fleet to nine ships, and once again significantly raises 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.

Ship Profile & Stats

  • Length: 212.8 m
  • Tonnage: 40,700
  • Maiden Voyage: 2017
  • Refurbished: 2017
  • Passenger Capacity (dbl): 596
  • Crew Nationality: International
  • Officer Nationality: European
  • Dining Staff Nationality: International
  • Ship Registration: Bahamas

Ship Amenities

  • Dedicated Butler
  • Plush Etro® bathrobe
  • Slippers
  • One hour complimentary WiFi access per guest/per day
  • Two 42 “ / 106 cm Flat-screen HD TV
  • Interactive Media Library
  • iHome Radio / Alarm charging station (with USB cable or QI wireless charging), NFC Bluetooth connectivity
  • Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences
  • Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery
  • Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers

Ship Facilities

  • Tor’s Observation Lounge
  • The Library
  • Spaccanapoli
  • Jogging Track
  • Lifts
  • Swimming Pool
  • Whirlpools
  • The Grill
  • Pool Bar & Grill
  • Panorama Lounge
  • Activities Room
  • Connoisseur’s Corner
  • Shopping Boutiques
  • Arts Cafe
  • Conference / Card Room
  • La Terrazza
  • Silver Note
  • Casino
  • Zagara Spa
  • Beauty Salon
  • Fitness Centre
  • Dolce Vita Bar
  • Venetian Lounge
  • Atlantide
  • Indochine
  • Kaiseki
  • La Dames by Relais & Chateaux Restaurant

Art inspires. Awakens your emotions and stimulates your thoughts.

In the quiet calm of morning, your private veranda becomes a place of true inspiration. Surrounded by the magnificence of the dawning day, at one with the vista of sea and sky, in awe of nature and the vast beauty of this world. The shoreline of the next port slides closer and closer into view, and with it an undeniable anticipation of things to come and the promise of limitless possibilities.

Silversea creates exceptional ocean journeys with unique opportunities to explore remote ports-of-call from an intimate haven of incomparable luxury, each voyage a unique masterpiece. Discover genuine European expertise reflected in every detail, from our tranquil all-suite accommodation and uncompromising service to distinctive fine dining and a carefree all-inclusive philosophy.

Our guests hail from across the globe, yet share an appreciation for the spectrum of choice offered in Silversea’s array of exotic destinations and exclusive explorations ashore. By blending these elements together with enrichment experiences, each new port becomes more than a destination, it becomes a state of mind, transcending the traditional concepts of cruising. It is this distinction that has earned Silversea the reputation of World’s Best.


COMPLIMENTARY BEVERAGES SERVED THROUGHOUT THE SHIP An extensive selection of fine wines, champagne, spirits, bottled water and soft drinks are yours to enjoy — all courtesy of Silversea.

IN-SUITE BEVERAGE CABINET STOCKED WITH OUR COMPLIMENTS Besides the chilled bottle of champagne that awaits you, every suite features a beverage cabinet stocked with your preferred assortment of complimentary beverages.

COMPLIMENTARY IN-SUITE DINING AND 24-HOUR ROOM SERVICE A formal dinner served course-by-course, a late-night snack, or a full breakfast delivered at your request — with no charge and no tipping.

COMPLIMENTARY SILVERSEA EXPERIENCE® A shoreside event exclusively for Silversea guests on select voyages. Recent outings have included dinner in the desert in Namibia and a concert at the ruins of Ephesus.

A FULL SPECTRUM OF ENTERTAINMENT AND ENRICHMENT Production shows, classical concerts, and folkloric performances. Multi-tiered show lounge. Lectures by world affairs experts, renowned authors and destination specialists.

COMPLIMENTARY TRANSPORTATION INTO TOWN Roundtrip transportation from the pier to the heart of town in most ports of call.

Silversea … The art of travel. The art of good living.

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* Unless otherwise noted all pricing is on a per person twin share basis. All prices based on cash payment - credit card fees may apply. Cruise deposit, amendment and cancellation conditions apply. Special conditions may apply - please ask for full details at time of enquiry. All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia. Any pricing not in Australian Dollars will be converted on the day of payment into the relevant currency based on our daily rate of exchange. Please note that many of the prices shown on this website are not shown in real time. Whilst we endeavour to keep our pricing as up-to-date as possible, the advertised prices shown here may differ slightly from the live prices in our booking system. All pricing and offers are subject to availability at time of booking. Whilst all information is correct at the time of publication, offers are subject to change. We reserve the right to correct errors without penalty. Please submit any data errors/omissions you may notice on this site.

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