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28 February 2012 09:09
A new £1 million cruise has been launched by Silversea
Couples will now be able to sail around the word at the height of luxury on a new cruise that will cost up to £1 million.
Silversea has launched its new package on the Silver Whisper vessel that will take in 52 ports in 28 countries over 115 days.
Passengers paying £8,000 a day for the pleasure of staying on the ship will be able to experience the personal touch as there will be a staff to passenger ratio of nearly 1:1.
But to ensure travellers are fully looked after they should have
cruise travel insurance before they depart and take in countries from New Zealand, Australia, Barbados and the Philippines.
Also on board the 610ft-long ship for the 382 passengers to enjoy is a gym, a health and beauty spa, a boutique shopping service and a theatre to relax in by night.
The Silver Whisper's first trip will begin on January 14 next year from Los Angeles and finish at Fort Lauderdale in Florida on May 1.
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