Departure: 27 May 2020 From: Cruise line: Silversea Cruises Cruise Ship: Silver Explorer.
11 Night Cruise sailing from Apra to Kobe aboard Silver Explorer.
Apra Harbor Guam is a deep-water port on the western side of Guam. It is located near the Mariana Islands and close to the Mariana Trench, the deepest portion of ocean in the world. At the southern end of Apra Harbor is a U.S. naval station, while at the northern end of Apra Harbor is the main commercial port in Guam. Apra Harbor is considered to be one of the best natural ports in the Pacific and is a major Guam tourist attraction.
One of the biggest Guam tourist attractions in Apra Harbor is the Asan Overlook. The Asan Overlook is home to a World War II memorial site. Other attractions include fishing, scuba diving, submarines tours, Orote Point Overlook and Marianas Military Museum.
Things to see and do
* Marianas Military Museum
* Apra Harbor dinner cruise
* Asan Overlook – WWII Memorial Site
* Harbor fishing
* Orote Point OVerlook
Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – US dollar (USD)
Language – English, Chammaro, Japanese
Land Area – 541.3 km² (Guam)
Population – 175,000 approx
Electricity – 2 angled flat pins and 1 round pin centred below Australian style
Time – GMT plus ten hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 1 - 671
Port Location – The commercial port is located at the northern end of the Apra Harbor.
Transport Links – Won Pat Guam International Airport (GUM) is the only civilian gateway to the island. The main airline servicing Guam is Continental Micronesia, a branch of Continental Airlines, which offers non-stop service to Honolulu (continuing through to Houston) as well as nonstop flights to various destinations in Asia, Australia and Micronesia.
All other service to Guam is through East Asia on Northwest and JAL (both serving Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya), Korean Air (Seoul), ANA (Osaka), China Airlines (Taipei) and Philippine Airlines (Manila).
There is no regular ferry service from Guam, but cruise ships do stop in Guam on various itineraries, generally as part of a Pacific crossing or world circumnavigation.