10 nætter fra Doha med Silver Muse

Krydstogt detaljer

  • 22 november til 2 december 2025
  • 10 Nætter
  • 2 Voksne
  • Silver Muse
  • Doha Qatar, Abu Dhabi U.A.E, Abu Dhabi U.A.E, Dubai U.A.E, Khasab Oman, Muscat Oman, Muscat Oman, Til søs, Dammam, Al Manamah, Doha Qatar

Oversigt

I foråret 2017 indsatte Silversea sit 9’ende skib, det ultra-luksuriøse Silver Muse.

Det nye krydstogtskib har kapacitet på 298 balkon suiter, der serviceres af en besætning på hele 411 personer. Silver Muse tilbyder som Silversea’s øvrige skibe elegante omgivelser og masser af plads til den enkelte gæst og bevarer samme høje serviceniveau, der har gjort rederiet anerkendt som et af verdens bedste. Alle suiter på Silver Muse har privat balkon.

Silver Muse tilbyder et stort udvalg af innovative gourmetrestauranter. Skibet har naturligvis et ”state of the art” SPA, der tilbyder en bred vifte af behandlinger samt et veludstyret fitnesscenter.

Valgt afgang: 22 november 2025
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Rejseoversigt

  • Varighed: 10 nætter
  • Rederi og skib: Silversea, Silver Muse
  • Afrejsehavn: Doha


Rejseplan

1
Doha
Qatar
22 november 25
Ankomst kl 01:00
Afgang kl 20:00
Silversea

Extravagant shopping malls, gleaming skyscrapers and mosques studded with intricate carvings all contribute to the Pearl of Qatar’s flourishing skyline. A futuristic vision kept 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. Founded in the 1820s, Doha has grown apace from its pearl-farming village origins.

A well of oil riches helped to propel the city on its upward trajectory, fuelling a cityscape of twisted metal and glass that shimmers amid the peninsula’s desert blaze. Despite the vertical ambitions, you can quickly lose yourself in Doha’s tight web of alleyways, as you delve into the oldest souk in Qatar – which swallows visitors up in a cacophony of bartering and bantering. Goods have traded hands here for over a hundred years, and it’s still, the place to pick out handfuls of fresh dates and nuts, or perch at restaurants serving up saloona – a heavily spiced and perfumed broth of lamb and soft aubergine. Wander the Corniche’s four-mile parade, which unspools at the feet of skyscrapers that glow, jewel-like with multicoloured allure as night descends. You’ll walk with the vibrant colours of the Persian Bay stretching out next to you. The palm-tree-lined boulevard culminates in the spectacular Museum of Islamic Art, which stands proudly like a giant, glinting sandcastle. Doha may have blossomed rapidly, but it’s clear that the ambition doesn’t stop here – and the city’s boom continues as its time in the sun of the 2022 FIFA World Cup draws ever closer.

2
Abu Dhabi
U.A.E
23 november 25
Ankomst kl 09:00
Afgang kl 01:00
Silversea

Emerging from the desert’s sands like a mirage, Abu Dhabi’s bold, brash and brilliant skyline continues to reach new heights. The extravagance on show can be dizzying at times, but it’s counterpointed by authentic history and culture, and majestic religious statements. You’ll shrink before the scale of the 50 exquisite, pearl-white domes of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, which is the UAE’s largest and most revered religious space.

A healthy pearl trade, and strategic location, brought prosperity in the 19th century, before the discovery of rich oil reserves propelled the city giddily skywards in the latter half of the 20th century. Nowadays, palatial hotels tower above dazzling ocean and white sands, while ever-reliable weather and remarkable extravagances, make Abu Dhabi a location of unbridled opulence and intrigue. The city’s cultural scene is also burgeoning, with a stunning Louvre outpost recently opening for business. Find your bearings by ascending 300 metres to the heights of the Etihad Towers’ viewing platform – where you can butter scones while enjoying a ‘high tea’ in every sense. 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. The Corniche, meanwhile, is a sweeping coastal walkway, stretching for eight kilometres and offering rich views of the coral-blue ocean back-dropped by jagged skyscrapers.

3
Abu Dhabi
U.A.E
24 november 25
Ankomst kl 01:00
Afgang kl 20:00
Silversea

Emerging from the desert’s sands like a mirage, Abu Dhabi’s bold, brash and brilliant skyline continues to reach new heights. The extravagance on show can be dizzying at times, but it’s counterpointed by authentic history and culture, and majestic religious statements. You’ll shrink before the scale of the 50 exquisite, pearl-white domes of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, which is the UAE’s largest and most revered religious space.

A healthy pearl trade, and strategic location, brought prosperity in the 19th century, before the discovery of rich oil reserves propelled the city giddily skywards in the latter half of the 20th century. Nowadays, palatial hotels tower above dazzling ocean and white sands, while ever-reliable weather and remarkable extravagances, make Abu Dhabi a location of unbridled opulence and intrigue. The city’s cultural scene is also burgeoning, with a stunning Louvre outpost recently opening for business. Find your bearings by ascending 300 metres to the heights of the Etihad Towers’ viewing platform – where you can butter scones while enjoying a ‘high tea’ in every sense. 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. The Corniche, meanwhile, is a sweeping coastal walkway, stretching for eight kilometres and offering rich views of the coral-blue ocean back-dropped by jagged skyscrapers.

4
Dubai
U.A.E
25 november 25
Ankomst kl 08:00
Afgang kl 22:00
Silversea

Bold, brash and brilliant, Dubai’s explosion of wealth and wonder has created a dizzying, logic-defying desert wonderland. Boundary-pushing architecture, which gently nods to the region’s past – and a relentlessly futuristic vision – makes Dubai one of the most dynamic destinations on the planet. The hyper-speed transformation, from 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.

Fuelled by abundant oil reserves, it’s an understatement to say that there is cash to splash here. Whether it’s the gleaming sports cars that purr along the streets, or the luxury shopping malls that are decked out with colossal aquariums and amusement parks, credit cards are flexed with abandon here. The sheer scale of Dubai is stupefying, and the sight of the iconic Burj Khalifa towering over its not inconsiderable neighbours is surreally spectacular. Rocketing up a staggering 830 metres, the world’s tallest building is an elegant affair, tapering up into the ever-blue sky, and headlining this record-breaking city’s list of architectural wonders. The Dubai Fountain performs here each evening – a blur of colour and haze, its waters dance before the almighty tower behind. Dubai isn’t all about the skyward scramble, however, and the Miracle Garden is a vibrant, violent explosion of multicoloured flowery landscaping. Elsewhere, white-sand beaches like Sunset Beach grant sanctuary to take it easy, and enjoy splendid views of instantly recognisable buildings like the Burj Al Arab, and the reclaimed islands that fan out across Dubai’s warm sea waters. Desert landscapes of rolling sand dunes raise the pulses of the adventurous, while fine-dining and lively nightlife makes Dubai a luxury destination that truly has it all.

5
Khasab
Oman
26 november 25
Ankomst kl 08:00
Afgang kl 20:00
Silversea

It may be known as the Norway of Arabia – in reference to the spectacular fjords that cut and shape the Musandam Peninsular – but Khasab’s scorching sun and desert landscape is a constant reminder that you’re a long way from Europe. Sitting isolated on Oman’s Northern coast – cut off by a slice of the United Arab Emirates’ territory – this small city has a dreamy, introverted atmosphere – until you head out in a 4X4, to slip and slide across its rip-roaring mountain scenery that is. View less

Explore the incredible desert fjords and folding sandy mountains by boat, and be on the look out for the rubbery noses of bottlenose and humpback dolphins poking through the water. Legendarily friendly and curious, don’t be surprised to see them swimming through the blue waters with you, displaying all of their aquatic athletic prowess as you sail by traditional wooden dhow. Cruise up along the Strait of Hormuz, between Oman and Iran, and marvel at the long stretches of dramatic golden fjord scenery. Back on land, learn of local history at Khasab Castle, which was originally built in the 17th century by the Portuguese, to defend the narrowing of the Persian Gulf at this highly strategic point. It’s accompanied by a museum, which depicts local life here back through the ages. Or drive out to Bedouin villages and hold on tight during the white-knuckle drive up to the viewpoint at Khawr Najd – where sweeping views of the flayed fjords unveil themselves.

6
Muscat
Oman
27 november 25
Ankomst kl 14:00
Afgang kl 01:00
Silversea

Surrounded by striking mountains on one side and soft sandy shores along the coast, Muscat was already a thriving port in ancient times. As the capital of modern Oman with wide avenues and architecture that features both contemporary and traditional design, parts of the city still retain their medieval appearance, including two ancient Portuguese forts flanking the rocky cove around which the city is built. During the 14th and 15th centuries, Muscat was an important outpost for the powerful kings of Hormuz. In the 16th century, the Portuguese took possession of Muscat, but lost their dominance in the Gulf when the city came again under Omani rule in 1650.
Since the mid-18th century, members of the Al-Busaidy dynasty have been the rulers of Oman. From the time of Sultan Qaboos Bin Said’s accession to the throne in 1970, the Sultanate has gone from an underdeveloped country to a modern state with imposing government buildings, hospitals, new roads, a university and a sport complex. Muscat’s picturesque old buildings still co-exist with modern commercial and residential quarters, giving the city an ambiance all its own. The seaside palace of His Majesty, Sultan Qaboos, offers a spectacular sight, as it stands between steep rocky hills.

Greater Muscat covers a huge area divided into three sections: the old port area, the main trading and residential area, and the modern Central Banking District. Sumptuous villas and deluxe hotels are part of an ongoing building boom. Strong development in tourism has gained Oman a new role as an intriguing, fascinating and safe destination.
Oman is full of treasures – from historic palaces and traditional buildings to captivating landscapes and gracious people. Its advent into modern age has managed beautifully to blend age-old mystique with a taste of the 21st century.

7
Muscat
Oman
28 november 25
Ankomst kl 01:00
Afgang kl 19:00
Silversea

Surrounded by striking mountains on one side and soft sandy shores along the coast, Muscat was already a thriving port in ancient times. As the capital of modern Oman with wide avenues and architecture that features both contemporary and traditional design, parts of the city still retain their medieval appearance, including two ancient Portuguese forts flanking the rocky cove around which the city is built. During the 14th and 15th centuries, Muscat was an important outpost for the powerful kings of Hormuz. In the 16th century, the Portuguese took possession of Muscat, but lost their dominance in the Gulf when the city came again under Omani rule in 1650.
Since the mid-18th century, members of the Al-Busaidy dynasty have been the rulers of Oman. From the time of Sultan Qaboos Bin Said’s accession to the throne in 1970, the Sultanate has gone from an underdeveloped country to a modern state with imposing government buildings, hospitals, new roads, a university and a sport complex. Muscat’s picturesque old buildings still co-exist with modern commercial and residential quarters, giving the city an ambiance all its own. The seaside palace of His Majesty, Sultan Qaboos, offers a spectacular sight, as it stands between steep rocky hills.

Greater Muscat covers a huge area divided into three sections: the old port area, the main trading and residential area, and the modern Central Banking District. Sumptuous villas and deluxe hotels are part of an ongoing building boom. Strong development in tourism has gained Oman a new role as an intriguing, fascinating and safe destination.
Oman is full of treasures – from historic palaces and traditional buildings to captivating landscapes and gracious people. Its advent into modern age has managed beautifully to blend age-old mystique with a taste of the 21st century.

8
Til søs
29 november 25
Ankomst kl 01:00
Afgang kl 01:00
Silversea

En dag på havet behøver ikke at være kedelig. Brug tiden til at opleve skibets mange faciliteter eller deltag i de mange aktiviteter som skibet tilbyder. Et hvert krydstogtskib har sin egen charme og fælles for alle er de mange aktivitetstilbud. Tiden til søs kan du med fordel bruge til at forberede dig på næste havns udflugter og seværdigheder. Alle skibe har et bibliotek, hvor du kan læse om alverdens destinationer, på visse skibe afholdes der også foredrag om spændende emner, oftest relateret til din rejse. Dagen ombord kan du også bruge til bare at slappe helt af og lade dig forkæle af skibets personale. Valget er helt op til dig.

9
Dammam
30 november 25
Ankomst kl 09:00
Afgang kl 22:00
Silversea

Dammam is the sixth-most populous city in Saudi Arabia after Riyadh, Jeddah, Mecca, Medina and Khamis Mushait. It is the capital of the Eastern Province. With a total population of 1,252,523 as of 2020.

10
Al Manamah
1 december 25
Ankomst kl 09:00
Afgang kl 19:00
Silversea

Think dreamy Arabian landscapes juxtaposed with uber-modern buildings reaching up to the sky and you have probably pictured Al Manama. The capital of Bahrain, Al Manama, is as old as it is new – vestiges of the 16th-century trade route port remain, while the steel and glass skyscrapers line the streets of the busy financial district. The most notable of these is undoubtedly the 2008 World Trade Centre, a 240-metre, 50-floor twin tower complex housing a five-star hotel and a luxury shopping mall, amongst others.

Al Manama was first mentioned in Islamic chronicles in 1345, so expect aeons of culture here. The city is still relatively unknown on the tourist trail, which is good news for us. Locals are warm and welcoming and above all, completely genuine. Expect invitations to taste homemade delicacies, bowls laden with Muslim hospitality and tradition. This is most apparent in the enormous Bab el-Bahrain Souq, which aside from restoration delivers everything from jewellery to carpets. Culture vultures will not be disappointed. The famous Al Fateh Mosque gives weary travellers a welcome respite. Al Fateh is also known as the Great Mosque, due to its immense size, 6,500 m2 and able to accommodate 7,000 worshipers at a time. The Mosque itself is beautiful with marble floors and glass chandeliers, but visitors should note that it is a Muslim place of worship and traditions must be respected; shoes should be removed, and ladies must cover their heads at all times. The Bahrain National Museum is just a stone’s throw from the Mosque and houses an impressive collection of culture, customs and history.

11
Doha
Qatar
2 december 25
Ankomst kl 08:00
Afgang kl 01:00
Silversea

Extravagant shopping malls, gleaming skyscrapers and mosques studded with intricate carvings all contribute to the Pearl of Qatar’s flourishing skyline. A futuristic vision kept 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. Founded in the 1820s, Doha has grown apace from its pearl-farming village origins.

A well of oil riches helped to propel the city on its upward trajectory, fuelling a cityscape of twisted metal and glass that shimmers amid the peninsula’s desert blaze. Despite the vertical ambitions, you can quickly lose yourself in Doha’s tight web of alleyways, as you delve into the oldest souk in Qatar – which swallows visitors up in a cacophony of bartering and bantering. Goods have traded hands here for over a hundred years, and it’s still, the place to pick out handfuls of fresh dates and nuts, or perch at restaurants serving up saloona – a heavily spiced and perfumed broth of lamb and soft aubergine. Wander the Corniche’s four-mile parade, which unspools at the feet of skyscrapers that glow, jewel-like with multicoloured allure as night descends. You’ll walk with the vibrant colours of the Persian Bay stretching out next to you. The palm-tree-lined boulevard culminates in the spectacular Museum of Islamic Art, which stands proudly like a giant, glinting sandcastle. Doha may have blossomed rapidly, but it’s clear that the ambition doesn’t stop here – and the city’s boom continues as its time in the sun of the 2022 FIFA World Cup draws ever closer.

1
Doha
Qatar
22 november '25
Ankomst kl 01:00
Afgang kl 20:00
Silversea

Extravagant shopping malls, gleaming skyscrapers and mosques studded with intricate carvings all contribute to the Pearl of Qatar’s flourishing skyline. A futuristic vision kept 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. Founded in the 1820s, Doha has grown apace from its pearl-farming village origins.

A well of oil riches helped to propel the city on its upward trajectory, fuelling a cityscape of twisted metal and glass that shimmers amid the peninsula’s desert blaze. Despite the vertical ambitions, you can quickly lose yourself in Doha’s tight web of alleyways, as you delve into the oldest souk in Qatar – which swallows visitors up in a cacophony of bartering and bantering. Goods have traded hands here for over a hundred years, and it’s still, the place to pick out handfuls of fresh dates and nuts, or perch at restaurants serving up saloona – a heavily spiced and perfumed broth of lamb and soft aubergine. Wander the Corniche’s four-mile parade, which unspools at the feet of skyscrapers that glow, jewel-like with multicoloured allure as night descends. You’ll walk with the vibrant colours of the Persian Bay stretching out next to you. The palm-tree-lined boulevard culminates in the spectacular Museum of Islamic Art, which stands proudly like a giant, glinting sandcastle. Doha may have blossomed rapidly, but it’s clear that the ambition doesn’t stop here – and the city’s boom continues as its time in the sun of the 2022 FIFA World Cup draws ever closer.

2
Abu Dhabi
U.A.E
23 november '25
Ankomst kl 09:00
Afgang kl 01:00
Silversea

Emerging from the desert’s sands like a mirage, Abu Dhabi’s bold, brash and brilliant skyline continues to reach new heights. The extravagance on show can be dizzying at times, but it’s counterpointed by authentic history and culture, and majestic religious statements. You’ll shrink before the scale of the 50 exquisite, pearl-white domes of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, which is the UAE’s largest and most revered religious space.

A healthy pearl trade, and strategic location, brought prosperity in the 19th century, before the discovery of rich oil reserves propelled the city giddily skywards in the latter half of the 20th century. Nowadays, palatial hotels tower above dazzling ocean and white sands, while ever-reliable weather and remarkable extravagances, make Abu Dhabi a location of unbridled opulence and intrigue. The city’s cultural scene is also burgeoning, with a stunning Louvre outpost recently opening for business. Find your bearings by ascending 300 metres to the heights of the Etihad Towers’ viewing platform – where you can butter scones while enjoying a ‘high tea’ in every sense. 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. The Corniche, meanwhile, is a sweeping coastal walkway, stretching for eight kilometres and offering rich views of the coral-blue ocean back-dropped by jagged skyscrapers.

3
Abu Dhabi
U.A.E
24 november '25
Ankomst kl 01:00
Afgang kl 20:00
Silversea

Emerging from the desert’s sands like a mirage, Abu Dhabi’s bold, brash and brilliant skyline continues to reach new heights. The extravagance on show can be dizzying at times, but it’s counterpointed by authentic history and culture, and majestic religious statements. You’ll shrink before the scale of the 50 exquisite, pearl-white domes of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, which is the UAE’s largest and most revered religious space.

A healthy pearl trade, and strategic location, brought prosperity in the 19th century, before the discovery of rich oil reserves propelled the city giddily skywards in the latter half of the 20th century. Nowadays, palatial hotels tower above dazzling ocean and white sands, while ever-reliable weather and remarkable extravagances, make Abu Dhabi a location of unbridled opulence and intrigue. The city’s cultural scene is also burgeoning, with a stunning Louvre outpost recently opening for business. Find your bearings by ascending 300 metres to the heights of the Etihad Towers’ viewing platform – where you can butter scones while enjoying a ‘high tea’ in every sense. 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. The Corniche, meanwhile, is a sweeping coastal walkway, stretching for eight kilometres and offering rich views of the coral-blue ocean back-dropped by jagged skyscrapers.

4
Dubai
U.A.E
25 november '25
Ankomst kl 08:00
Afgang kl 22:00
Silversea

Bold, brash and brilliant, Dubai’s explosion of wealth and wonder has created a dizzying, logic-defying desert wonderland. Boundary-pushing architecture, which gently nods to the region’s past – and a relentlessly futuristic vision – makes Dubai one of the most dynamic destinations on the planet. The hyper-speed transformation, from 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.

Fuelled by abundant oil reserves, it’s an understatement to say that there is cash to splash here. Whether it’s the gleaming sports cars that purr along the streets, or the luxury shopping malls that are decked out with colossal aquariums and amusement parks, credit cards are flexed with abandon here. The sheer scale of Dubai is stupefying, and the sight of the iconic Burj Khalifa towering over its not inconsiderable neighbours is surreally spectacular. Rocketing up a staggering 830 metres, the world’s tallest building is an elegant affair, tapering up into the ever-blue sky, and headlining this record-breaking city’s list of architectural wonders. The Dubai Fountain performs here each evening – a blur of colour and haze, its waters dance before the almighty tower behind. Dubai isn’t all about the skyward scramble, however, and the Miracle Garden is a vibrant, violent explosion of multicoloured flowery landscaping. Elsewhere, white-sand beaches like Sunset Beach grant sanctuary to take it easy, and enjoy splendid views of instantly recognisable buildings like the Burj Al Arab, and the reclaimed islands that fan out across Dubai’s warm sea waters. Desert landscapes of rolling sand dunes raise the pulses of the adventurous, while fine-dining and lively nightlife makes Dubai a luxury destination that truly has it all.

5
Khasab
Oman
26 november '25
Ankomst kl 08:00
Afgang kl 20:00
Silversea

It may be known as the Norway of Arabia – in reference to the spectacular fjords that cut and shape the Musandam Peninsular – but Khasab’s scorching sun and desert landscape is a constant reminder that you’re a long way from Europe. Sitting isolated on Oman’s Northern coast – cut off by a slice of the United Arab Emirates’ territory – this small city has a dreamy, introverted atmosphere – until you head out in a 4X4, to slip and slide across its rip-roaring mountain scenery that is. View less

Explore the incredible desert fjords and folding sandy mountains by boat, and be on the look out for the rubbery noses of bottlenose and humpback dolphins poking through the water. Legendarily friendly and curious, don’t be surprised to see them swimming through the blue waters with you, displaying all of their aquatic athletic prowess as you sail by traditional wooden dhow. Cruise up along the Strait of Hormuz, between Oman and Iran, and marvel at the long stretches of dramatic golden fjord scenery. Back on land, learn of local history at Khasab Castle, which was originally built in the 17th century by the Portuguese, to defend the narrowing of the Persian Gulf at this highly strategic point. It’s accompanied by a museum, which depicts local life here back through the ages. Or drive out to Bedouin villages and hold on tight during the white-knuckle drive up to the viewpoint at Khawr Najd – where sweeping views of the flayed fjords unveil themselves.

6
Muscat
Oman
27 november '25
Ankomst kl 14:00
Afgang kl 01:00
Silversea

Surrounded by striking mountains on one side and soft sandy shores along the coast, Muscat was already a thriving port in ancient times. As the capital of modern Oman with wide avenues and architecture that features both contemporary and traditional design, parts of the city still retain their medieval appearance, including two ancient Portuguese forts flanking the rocky cove around which the city is built. During the 14th and 15th centuries, Muscat was an important outpost for the powerful kings of Hormuz. In the 16th century, the Portuguese took possession of Muscat, but lost their dominance in the Gulf when the city came again under Omani rule in 1650.
Since the mid-18th century, members of the Al-Busaidy dynasty have been the rulers of Oman. From the time of Sultan Qaboos Bin Said’s accession to the throne in 1970, the Sultanate has gone from an underdeveloped country to a modern state with imposing government buildings, hospitals, new roads, a university and a sport complex. Muscat’s picturesque old buildings still co-exist with modern commercial and residential quarters, giving the city an ambiance all its own. The seaside palace of His Majesty, Sultan Qaboos, offers a spectacular sight, as it stands between steep rocky hills.

Greater Muscat covers a huge area divided into three sections: the old port area, the main trading and residential area, and the modern Central Banking District. Sumptuous villas and deluxe hotels are part of an ongoing building boom. Strong development in tourism has gained Oman a new role as an intriguing, fascinating and safe destination.
Oman is full of treasures – from historic palaces and traditional buildings to captivating landscapes and gracious people. Its advent into modern age has managed beautifully to blend age-old mystique with a taste of the 21st century.

7
Muscat
Oman
28 november '25
Ankomst kl 01:00
Afgang kl 19:00
Silversea

Surrounded by striking mountains on one side and soft sandy shores along the coast, Muscat was already a thriving port in ancient times. As the capital of modern Oman with wide avenues and architecture that features both contemporary and traditional design, parts of the city still retain their medieval appearance, including two ancient Portuguese forts flanking the rocky cove around which the city is built. During the 14th and 15th centuries, Muscat was an important outpost for the powerful kings of Hormuz. In the 16th century, the Portuguese took possession of Muscat, but lost their dominance in the Gulf when the city came again under Omani rule in 1650.
Since the mid-18th century, members of the Al-Busaidy dynasty have been the rulers of Oman. From the time of Sultan Qaboos Bin Said’s accession to the throne in 1970, the Sultanate has gone from an underdeveloped country to a modern state with imposing government buildings, hospitals, new roads, a university and a sport complex. Muscat’s picturesque old buildings still co-exist with modern commercial and residential quarters, giving the city an ambiance all its own. The seaside palace of His Majesty, Sultan Qaboos, offers a spectacular sight, as it stands between steep rocky hills.

Greater Muscat covers a huge area divided into three sections: the old port area, the main trading and residential area, and the modern Central Banking District. Sumptuous villas and deluxe hotels are part of an ongoing building boom. Strong development in tourism has gained Oman a new role as an intriguing, fascinating and safe destination.
Oman is full of treasures – from historic palaces and traditional buildings to captivating landscapes and gracious people. Its advent into modern age has managed beautifully to blend age-old mystique with a taste of the 21st century.

8
Til søs
29 november '25
Ankomst kl 01:00
Afgang kl 01:00
Silversea

En dag på havet behøver ikke at være kedelig. Brug tiden til at opleve skibets mange faciliteter eller deltag i de mange aktiviteter som skibet tilbyder. Et hvert krydstogtskib har sin egen charme og fælles for alle er de mange aktivitetstilbud. Tiden til søs kan du med fordel bruge til at forberede dig på næste havns udflugter og seværdigheder. Alle skibe har et bibliotek, hvor du kan læse om alverdens destinationer, på visse skibe afholdes der også foredrag om spændende emner, oftest relateret til din rejse. Dagen ombord kan du også bruge til bare at slappe helt af og lade dig forkæle af skibets personale. Valget er helt op til dig.

9
Dammam
30 november '25
Ankomst kl 09:00
Afgang kl 22:00
Silversea

Dammam is the sixth-most populous city in Saudi Arabia after Riyadh, Jeddah, Mecca, Medina and Khamis Mushait. It is the capital of the Eastern Province. With a total population of 1,252,523 as of 2020.

10
Al Manamah
1 december '25
Ankomst kl 09:00
Afgang kl 19:00
Silversea

Think dreamy Arabian landscapes juxtaposed with uber-modern buildings reaching up to the sky and you have probably pictured Al Manama. The capital of Bahrain, Al Manama, is as old as it is new – vestiges of the 16th-century trade route port remain, while the steel and glass skyscrapers line the streets of the busy financial district. The most notable of these is undoubtedly the 2008 World Trade Centre, a 240-metre, 50-floor twin tower complex housing a five-star hotel and a luxury shopping mall, amongst others.

Al Manama was first mentioned in Islamic chronicles in 1345, so expect aeons of culture here. The city is still relatively unknown on the tourist trail, which is good news for us. Locals are warm and welcoming and above all, completely genuine. Expect invitations to taste homemade delicacies, bowls laden with Muslim hospitality and tradition. This is most apparent in the enormous Bab el-Bahrain Souq, which aside from restoration delivers everything from jewellery to carpets. Culture vultures will not be disappointed. The famous Al Fateh Mosque gives weary travellers a welcome respite. Al Fateh is also known as the Great Mosque, due to its immense size, 6,500 m2 and able to accommodate 7,000 worshipers at a time. The Mosque itself is beautiful with marble floors and glass chandeliers, but visitors should note that it is a Muslim place of worship and traditions must be respected; shoes should be removed, and ladies must cover their heads at all times. The Bahrain National Museum is just a stone’s throw from the Mosque and houses an impressive collection of culture, customs and history.

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Doha
Qatar
2 december '25
Ankomst kl 08:00
Afgang kl 01:00
Silversea

Extravagant shopping malls, gleaming skyscrapers and mosques studded with intricate carvings all contribute to the Pearl of Qatar’s flourishing skyline. A futuristic vision kept 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. Founded in the 1820s, Doha has grown apace from its pearl-farming village origins.

A well of oil riches helped to propel the city on its upward trajectory, fuelling a cityscape of twisted metal and glass that shimmers amid the peninsula’s desert blaze. Despite the vertical ambitions, you can quickly lose yourself in Doha’s tight web of alleyways, as you delve into the oldest souk in Qatar – which swallows visitors up in a cacophony of bartering and bantering. Goods have traded hands here for over a hundred years, and it’s still, the place to pick out handfuls of fresh dates and nuts, or perch at restaurants serving up saloona – a heavily spiced and perfumed broth of lamb and soft aubergine. Wander the Corniche’s four-mile parade, which unspools at the feet of skyscrapers that glow, jewel-like with multicoloured allure as night descends. You’ll walk with the vibrant colours of the Persian Bay stretching out next to you. The palm-tree-lined boulevard culminates in the spectacular Museum of Islamic Art, which stands proudly like a giant, glinting sandcastle. Doha may have blossomed rapidly, but it’s clear that the ambition doesn’t stop here – and the city’s boom continues as its time in the sun of the 2022 FIFA World Cup draws ever closer.


Kahytstyper

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Suite

Grand Suite (G1) er store og rummelige suiter på ca. 140 m2. De har en stor privat balkon, hvorfra udsigten kan nydes. Suiterne er indrettet i en moderne og elegant stil. Der er en separat opholdsstue og spisestue samt et soveværelse med en kingsize-seng, som kan opdeles i to enkeltsenge. Det store marmorbadeværelse har både brusebad og badekar, ligesom der er en walk-in garderobe


Rederi

Silversea Cruises blev grundlagt i 1994 og har i dag 11 luksuriøse skibe. De oprindelige to; Silver Cloud og Silver Wind, medtager kun 296 passagerer, og Silver Shadow og Silver Whisper med 388 gæster, Silver Spirit med 540 gæster og flagskibet Silver Muse med plads til 596 gæster.
Hertil kommer de tre mindre ekspeditionsskibe Silver Discoverer (124 gæster), Silver Explorer (132 gæster) og Silver Origin (100 gæster).

Silver Expeditions

Opleve nogen af fjerneste og mest ufremkommelige destinationer i verden. Silversea Expeditions tilbyder en række fantastiske afgange. Vælg mellem Grønland, Russisk Alaska, Antarktis til Kimberley i nordvest Australien, ”South Pacific” og Galápagos Øerne.
Fra vinteren 2017 vil Silver Cloud blive renoveret og indgå i ekspeditions flåden og vil bl.a. blive det optimale ekspeditionsskib der sejler til Antarktis. På disse afgange medtages kun 198 gæster. Flere steder på Antarktis tillader kun 99 gæster i land af gangen, hvorfor det er vigtigt at der ikke er flere end to hold (formiddag og eftermiddag). På ekspeditions krydstogterne er det den uspolerede naturen og dyrelivet, der er i fokus. Et omfattende udflugtsprogram er inkluderet i prisen, ligesom daglige forelæsninger om området der sejles i, og hvad der venter den næste dag.

All-inclusive

Alle Silversea Cruises skibe opereres med ”all inclusive” konceptet, hvilket omfatter alle måltider, champagne, vin, drinks og andre drikkevarer, 24 timers roomservice samt drikkepenge. Der er taget højde for, at alle har forskellige ønsker og forventninger. Derfor bestemmer man selv, hvornår man ønsker at spise og i hvilken af skibets hyggelige restauranter. Morgenmaden kan endda nydes i sin private suite. På denne måde kan man gøre tingene i sit eget tempo og kun koncentrere sig om, at suge alle indtryk til sig fra de storslåede omgivelser og særprægede destinationer.
Et af verdens bedste rederier

Der er en afslappet atmosfære og elegant stemning når man er på krydstogt med Silversea Cruises, der gennem årene har vundet flere priser. Alle skibene tilbyder et højt personligt serviceniveau og masser af plads ombord til alle. Gastronomien er i topklasse og der er et stort udvalg af indeholdte vine, champagne og drinks.
Silversea Cruises tilbyder hele verden

Silversea Cruises har krydstogter i hele verden og tilbyder også et årligt ”jorden rundt” krydstogt. Vælg mellem Nordeuropa (inklusive Norge og Baltikum), Middelhavet, Australien, New Zealand, Caribien, Panamakanalen, Sydamerika, Mexico, Hawaii, Canada, Alaska, New England og World Cruise.
Silversea Cruises ekspeditionsskibe sejler til Arktis, Antarktis, Stillehavet, Australien, Russisk Alaska og Galapagos øerne.
Dresscode

Dresscoden om bord er afslappet, men dog fastholdes et afstemt niveau hver aften, hvor påklædningen opdeles i Casual (ingen jakke), Informel (jakke men evt. uden slips) og Formel (smoking eller mørkt jakkesæt). Jeans er fortsat ikke tilladt i
restauranterne til middag, men man kan også vælge fra menukortet og få det hele serveret i sin egen suite.
Suiter

Silversea er et af de luksuskrydstogtsrederier, der tilbyder mest plads pr. gæst i deres suiter. Alle suiter er udvendige med havudsigt og de fleste med balkon. Bortset fra ekspeditions skibene er der walk-in closet og store rummelige marmorbadeværelser.
I alle suiter indgår nedennævnte:
• Butler service • Dundyner • Badekåber og hjemmesko • Fladskærms-TV • Film, musik og nyhedsprogrammer fra biblioteket • trådløs internet adgang (mod tillæg) • Daglig suite service • Skrivebord med personligt brevpapir • ”Bvlgari” eller allergivenlige toiletartikler • Ni pudetyper at vælge imellem • Dobbeltseng eller to senge
Spisning ombord

Uanset, hvor du spiser ombord på skibene fra Silversea, er maden og den tilhørende rød- eller hvidvin nøje udvalgt for, at give den bedste kulinariske oplevelse. Du bestemmer selv, hvornår du vil spise, idet der er open seating i alle restauranterne. Dog skal man reservere bord i de alternative restauranter
The Restaurant

• Morgenmad, frokost og middag
Her er der dagligt skiftende menu med diverse specialiteter. Man kan vælge fra menuen i hoved restauranten og få serveret i sin egen suite.
La Terrazza

• Morgenmad og frokost (buffet)
• Middag á la carte (reservation nødvendig)
Italiensk restaurant med fokus på traditioner. Her kan man vælge at spise ude eller inde (med forbehold for plads).
Der er reserveret at lille antal borde udenfor til rygere.

Pool Grill og Hot Rock

• Morgenmad
• Frokost (lette retter med salat, burgere samt frisk bagt pizza)
• Middag (Hot rock, brandvarme lavasten ved bordet – reservation nødvendig)
Pool-området danner rammer om denne hyggelige og uformelle restaurant.

In-Suite
Du kan også bestille roomservice døgnet rundt. I restauranternes åbningstider kan du endda bestille fra hovedrestaurantens menukort og få retterne serveret én efter én i suiten.

Tillægsrestauranter
(ikke på Ekspeditions-skibene):

Le Champagne
• Middag (reservation nødvendig) der opkræves ekstra betaling for spisning i denne restaurant.
Serverer en skiftende menu, der tilpasser sig verdensdelen og dens råvarer, som skibene passerer på krydstogtet.

Seishin
(orientalsk restaurant)
Kun på Silver Spirit og Silver Muse

• Middag (reservation nødvendig) der opkræves ekstra betaling for spisning i denne restaurant.
Restauranten har specialiseret sig i fusion af de asiatiske køkkener, med det bedste fra Japan, Kina, Thailand, Vietnam og Indien. På dage til søs åbner Seishin til frokost og serverer frisklavet sushi og sashimi uden ekstra tillæg.

Inkluderet i prisen
(ændringer kan forekomme på Ekspeditions-skibene)

• Drikkepenge
• Champagne
• Udvalgte vine, drinks, øl og vand
• Alle gæster har personlig butlerservice
• Minibaren bliver dagligt opfyldt efter ønske med vand og alkohol
• 24 timers roomservice, med omfattende menukort
• Kasino
• Live musik
• Shows i teatret
• Fri adgang til barer og lounges
• Open seating i hovedrestauranterne
• Fri adgang til La Terrazza og The Grill, reservation nødvendig
• Udvendige og rummelige suiter,
• De fleste suiter har privat balkon.
• Forelæsninger
• Madlavningsdemonstrationer
• Selvbetjeningsvaskeri
• Aktiviteter ombord

Skib

Beskrivelse

I foråret 2017 indsatte Silversea sit 9’ende skib, det ultra-luksuriøse Silver Muse.

Det nye krydstogtskib har kapacitet på 298 balkon suiter, der serviceres af en besætning på hele 411 personer. Silver Muse tilbyder som Silversea’s øvrige skibe elegante omgivelser og masser af plads til den enkelte gæst og bevarer samme høje serviceniveau, der har gjort rederiet anerkendt som et af verdens bedste. Alle suiter på Silver Muse har privat balkon.

Silver Muse tilbyder et stort udvalg af innovative gourmetrestauranter. Skibet har naturligvis et ”state of the art” SPA, der tilbyder en bred vifte af behandlinger samt et veludstyret fitnesscenter.

Afslapning

Beauty Salon
Spa
Swimming Pool
Whirlpool

Andet

Boutique
Konferencelokale
Observation Lounge
Reception

Mad og drikke

Bar
Grill
La Terrazza

Fitness

Fitness Center
Jogging sti

Aktiviteter

Card Room
Legerum for børn
Bibliotek

Underholdning

Connoisseur Club
Panorama Lounge
Theatre

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