ice-class notation (1A) for passenger vessels enables the Silver Explorer Expedition Cruise Ship to safely push through ice floes with ease.” The Silver Explorer has many accommodations, such as the Owner’s Suite, Grand Suite, Silver Suite, Medallion Suite, Veranda Suite, Vista Suite, View Suite, Explorer Suite and Adventurer Suite. All suites include butler service, a refrigerator and bar, a bathrobe, pillows, bath amenities, an alarm clock, personalized stationery, an umbrella, a directdial telephone, outlets, complementary Wi-Fi and a flat-screen television set. Guests on board are also able to eat at two of the ship’s eateries called The Grill, which features an outdoor bar, and The Restaurant, which offers ocean views. The Silver Explorer’s decks also offer many amenities for guests to enjoy. Deck 3 has a reception desk, medical centre, mud room and expedition office. Deck 4 offers a beauty salon, launderette, fitness centre and The Restaurant. Deck 5 features the bridge, a boutique, a cruise consultant, a connoisseur’s corner and panorama lounge. Deck 6 has Tor’s Observation Library, Zagara Beauty Spa, The Grill, an explorer lounge and whirlpools. Deck 7 is the viewing deck. For more information, visit silversea.com. Ü
B.C. Tugboat 2019
There’s a lot going on in the tugboat industry. BC Ferries will soon be introducing the new Island Class Vessels. Two of the ferries will b...