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Level 3 21 Palmer Street London, SW1H 0AD, UK T +44 (0) 845 835 0078 F +44 (0) 844 770 9060

Gildo Pastor Center 7, Rue du Gabian 98000 Monaco T +377 9770 2424

THE AMERICAS

GERMANY, SWITZERLAND & AUSTRIA

Suite 1, Level 8 8 Spring Street Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia T +61 2 9255 0600 F +61 2 9252 0100

Austria T +43 (1) 92 87 8 97 Belgium T +32 24011432 Denmark T +45 70 236 236 Finland T +358 9 2319 5040 France T +33 170 709622 Germany T +49 (69) 22 22 1 22 83 Italy T +39 800 732 732 Luxembourg T +352 248 71142 Netherlands T +31 20 7139298 Norway T +47 210 33 400 Spain T +34 938 001 962 Sweden T +46 8 50 6854 93 Switzerland T +41 (44) 580 71 81

333 Avenue of the Americas Suite 2600 Miami, FL 33131, USA T +1 800 722 9955 T +1 954 522 2299 From Brazil T +0 800 892 1812 From Mexico T +1 866 554 9190

Taubenstrasse 1 60313 Frankfurt Germany T +49 69 920 39 9340

Australia T 1300 306 872 New Zealand T 0800 701 427 ASIA

62A Tras Street Singapore 079001 T +65 6223 7066 F +65 6223 7960

YAGES

2017 WORLDWIDE VOYAGES MK15423

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2017 JOURNEYS The exclusivity of a private yacht. A culinary partnership with Relais & Châteaux®. All-suite accommodation with the head-to-toe pampering of a butler. Silversea’s boutique ships are for those who delight in the thrill of discovery while indulging in the most lavish surroundings imaginable. And now with the addition of our new ship, Silver Muse and our fourth expedition ship, Silver Cloud, our 2017 journeys offer more voyages, more expeditions … and even more of what discerning travellers love about Silversea. Step aboard and into a convivial atmosphere of heartfelt hospitality. Get to know fellow guests with interests similar to your own. Silversea’s all-inclusive lifestyle means there’s nothing to sign for. It’s all part of our Italian heritage, the warmth and charm of la dolce vita. Welcome.

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CONTENTS Eight hundred destinations, thousands of voyage options, a wealth of possibilities … with so much to see and do on a Silversea cruise, we have introduced our first ever tête-bêche brochure. Enjoy our Classic selection, then flip the brochure 180˚ to discover what’s new in Expeditions. For your ease and comfort, we have provided an easy to follow colour coded chart below, so that wherever you are in the world, you’ll know where you are with Silversea. Our Silversea Story Silversea Ocean Voyages Silversea Expeditions

3 | Welcome

28 | All-inclusive Lifestyle

5 | Worldwide Destinations

30 | Suites

6 | Fleet Overview

32 | Service

8 | Introducing Silver Muse

34 | Dining

5 | Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

10 | 2017 Ocean Voyages

36 | Our Programmes

6 | Expedition Themed Voyages

18 | World Cruise 2017

37 | Terms & Conditions

7 | Our Expedition Team

20 | Grand Voyages 2017 22 | Our Fleet & Deck Plans

2 | Silversea Expeditions Introduction 4 | Destination Overview

8 | Introducing Silver Cloud Expeditions 10 | 2017 Expedition Voyages 22 | Our Fleet & Deck Plans

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THE SUN THE MOON … PLUS EVERY CORNER OF THE PLANET Superb cuisine, the supreme pampering of a dedicated butler … plus a celestial choice of all-inclusive voyages to all seven continents. Travel in its most consummate form? We think so. With the addition of the beautiful new Silver Muse, we now have nine boutique ships that can transport you in the most heavenly way imaginable to the most intriguing destinations on earth. All told we visit over 800 destinations including nearly 100 new ones — more than any other cruise line. And that includes places you’ll only find aboard a smaller ship. The Mergui Archipelago, for example, an irresistibly lovely lost world of 800 islands in the midst of the Andaman Sea, and Bangladesh’s Moheshkhali Island — Silver Discoverer will be the first expedition cruise ship to visit this river-laced, gorgeously green country. Smaller simply does get you closer. Our ships can sail down the River Thames right in the heart of London, for example, and transit the Kiel Canal into the Baltic instead of taking the long way around. They can cruise up the Chao Phraya River right into the port of Bangkok while others must anchor hours away. From getaways to grand voyages, from thrilling expeditions to an epic world cruise, from discovery and adventure to sun, sand and sea — whatever you dream of, wherever you dream of going — we can make it happen. Now more than ever.

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ACCESS ALL AREAS There is something uniquely satisfying about a smaller ship. The intimacy. The camaraderie. The excitement of calling at secluded harbours where others cannot go. Our intimate ships can transit narrow waterways and tie up dockside while others must anchor off shore. That means less tendering and more time to explore. While for those who dream of the new and unknown, our expedition fleet can transport you to the furthermost boundaries of the world.

SILVERSEA SILVER CLOUD — 296 GUESTS UP TO AUGUST 2017 Resembling a private yacht, Silver Cloud sets the standard of excellence as the inaugural ship in our fleet. She provides the most intimate sailing experiences, the luxury of space and the ability to slip into exotic ports off the beaten path.

SILVER SHADOW — 382 GUESTS Silver Shadow takes award-winning, all-suite luxury to the next level while maintaining Silversea’s genuine hospitality and intimate, elegant ambience. This ship features one of the highest space-to-guest ratios in cruising.

SILVER SPIRIT — 540 GUESTS Silver Spirit combines our distinctive luxuries and celebrated lifestyle with new enhancements, including six dining venues, an expansive 8,300 square foot spa, a resort-style pool, four whirlpools, and the largest suites in the Silversea fleet — 95% with private verandas.

SILVER WIND — 296 GUESTS Silver Wind embraces Silversea’s most lauded features … fewer guests, more space and highly personalised service. One of the most intimate ships afloat, she is still large enough to offer multiple entertainment venues, plenty of room on deck and a spacious spa.

SILVER WHISPER — 382 GUESTS Maintaining an intimate ambience, Silver Whisper offers many amenities usually found only on larger ships. She reinforces Silversea’s reputation for combining small-ship service with a choice of wide-ranging facilities.

INTRODUCING SILVER MUSE — 596 GUESTS Offering the highest number of large suites aboard any of our ships, Silver Muse fuses state of the art technology, Italian craftsmanship and luxury modern amenities. Look forward to eight innovative dining venues, multiple culinary options and new and improved facilities aboard.

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SILVERSEA EXPEDITIONS SILVER EXPLORER — 132 GUESTS Designed for navigating waters in some of the world’s most remote destinations, including both polar regions, our purpose-built expedition ship can push through ice floes with ease. Silver Explorer offers a level of luxury and service unmatched in expedition cruising.

SILVER DISCOVERER — 120 GUESTS Silver Discoverer sails for lands untouched by time or tourists. Visit remote tribal villages where few visitors have ever set foot, uncharted atolls and coral isles vibrant with marine life, and vast yet fragile rainforests that nature still claims as her own.

SILVER GALAPAGOS — 100 GUESTS With a proven skill for navigating the waterways throughout the Galápagos Islands, Silver Galapagos is naturally suited for in-depth explorations. Make this elegant, intimate ship your home away from home as you discover this spectacular region.

SILVER CLOUD — 200 GUESTS BEGINNING NOVEMBER 2017 With five dining options, the highest space and service ratios at sea, and verandas in almost every suite, Silver Cloud sets a new standard of luxury in expedition travel — including a twostory state-of-the-art theatre, perfect for lectures, seminars and films.

For more information on Silver Cloud’s new expedition voyages, please see pages 8 – 9 in Silversea Expeditions.

Silver Explorer

Silver Discoverer

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INTRODUCING SILVER MUSE THE SOUL OF INSPIRATION Set to redefine open-air cruising for the next generation, Silver Muse begins her inaugural season in Mediterranean waters in spring 2017. The newest member of the Silversea family, the ultra-luxurious ship is the highest expression of the excellence that we have become known for. Eight superb dining venues featuring bespoke gourmet menus from around the world, vast suites with numerous combination possibilities, intimate cosy nooks, social areas where faces become friends, a state of the art theatre, a jazz club, three whirlpools and an impressive spa by Daniela Steiner are just some of the comforts you can enjoy on board. Added to that, our famous personalised service, award-winning global itineraries and intimate ship size guarantee that the tailor-made experiences both on and off shore will be everything you dream of ‌ and more.

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SILVER MUSE DISTINCTIONS Silver Muse will be one of the most interactive and connected ship to date — free WiFi for every guest, two large HD TVs in every suite, a huge complimentary media library containing hundreds of media content available at all times. Enhanced streaming, music, news and video channels allow you to stay connected, even as you disconnect.

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WHERE IN THE WORLD WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO? The world — carte blanche. That’s the silver lining of Silversea. The gamelands of Africa? Absolutely. Northern Europe and the British Isles? Of course. The Mediterranean? Our heritage is Italian. From Alaska to the bottom of the world, the possibilities are almost infinite — and delightfully intimate, as well. The delight of waving to a yachtsman as you sail into Les Saintes harbour … the convenience of docking in St. Petersburg close to the Hermitage Museum. And don’t forget those treasured jewels big ships must pass by — St. Barts in the Caribbean, for example, and the tiny bay of Portofino on the Italian Riviera. This year we’ve also added a host of new destinations such as Galway in Ireland, Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, and Hamburg where we’ll participate in Cruise Days. Looking for the voyage of your dreams? Just turn the page.

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SILVER CLOUD 296 Guests DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCEAN 04 JAN

14

1701

CAPE TOWN > Day at Sea > Walvis Bay Day at Sea > Mossel Bay > CAPE TOWN

18 JAN

10

1702

CAPE TOWN > Day at Sea > Port Elizabeth > Day at Sea > Maputo > Richards Bay Day at Sea > CAPE TOWN

> Durban > East London >

28 JAN

10

1703

CAPE TOWN > Day at Sea > Port Elizabeth > Day at Sea > Maputo > Richards Bay Day at Sea > CAPE TOWN

> Durban > East London >

07 FEB

10

1704

CAPE TOWN > Day at Sea > Port Elizabeth > Day at Sea > Maputo > Richards Bay Day at Sea > CAPE TOWN

> Durban > East London >

17 FEB

10

1705

CAPE TOWN > Day at Sea > Port Elizabeth > Day at Sea > Maputo > Richards Bay Day at Sea > CAPE TOWN

> Durban > East London >

27 FEB

18

1706

CAPE TOWN > Day at Sea > Port Elizabeth > East London > Durban > Richards Bay > Maputo > 2 Days at Sea > Mahajanga > Nosy Be > Mamoudzou > Day at Sea > Zanzibar > Mombasa > 2 Days at Sea > MAHÉ (PORT VICTORIA)

17 MAR

15

1707

MAHÉ (PORT VICTORIA) > 3 Days at Sea > Malé > Cochin Dubai > Sir Bani Yas > ABU DHABI

01 APR

18

1708

ABU DHABI > Dubai > Khasab > Muscat > Day at Sea > Salalah > 4 Days at Sea > Safaga > Aqaba > Sharm El Sheikh > Transit Suez Canal > Port Said > Haifa > Ashdod > Limassol > Day at Sea > PIRAEUS (ATHENS)

> 2 Days at Sea > Port Elizabeth > East London > Durban > Richards Bay

>

> Day at Sea > Mumbai > 2 Days at Sea > Muscat > Fujairah >

MEDITERRANEAN 19 APR

14

1709

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Monemvasia > Santorini > Marmaris > Kusadasi > Mykonos > Canakkale > Istanbul > Dikili > Kusadasi > Patmos > Rhodes > Ágios Nikólaos > Nafplion > PIRAEUS (ATHENS)

09 MAY

10

1711

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Kusadasi > Mykonos > Transit Corinth Canal > Itea > Zakynthos > Taormina > Sorrento > Civitavecchia (Rome) > Portovenere > Livorno > MONTE CARLO

19 MAY

10

1712

> Saint Tropez > Marseille > Barcelona > Valencia > Cartagena > Málaga > Gibraltar > Cádiz > MONTE CARLO Portimão > LISBON

29 MAY

12

1713

LISBON > Oporto (Leixões) > La Coruña > Gijon > Bilbao > Bordeaux Honfleur > LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE)

> Day at Sea > St. Peter Port > Saint Malo >

NORTHERN EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES 10 JUN

10

1714

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE) Arendal > OSLO

20 JUN

17

1715

OSLO > Day at Sea > Hellesylt > Geiranger > Day at Sea > Harstad > Tromsø > Honningsvag > Day at Sea > Archangel > Day at Sea > Murmansk > Alta > Day at Sea > Trondheim > Molde > Bergen > Kristiansand > OSLO

> Antwerp > Amsterdam > Kiel Canal > Wismar > Copenhagen > Aarhus > Gothenburg >

07 JUL

12

1716

OSLO > Skagen > Fredericia > Helsingborg > Ronne > Visby > Turku > Helsinki > St. Petersburg

19 JUL

10

1717

STOCKHOLM > Tallinn > St. Petersburg

29 JUL

10

1718

COPENHAGEN > Gdansk > Klaipeda > Riga > Helsinki

08 AUG

10

1719

STOCKHOLM > Tallinn > St. Petersburg

Overnight in Port

Sassnitz, Germany

12

> Tallinn > STOCKHOLM

> Helsinki > Mariehamn > Visby > Gdansk > Sassnitz > COPENHAGEN > St. Petersburg

> Tallinn > STOCKHOLM

> Helsinki > Mariehamn > Visby > Gdansk > Sassnitz > COPENHAGEN

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit

Monemvasia, Greece

Sir Bani Yas, UAE


SILVER WIND 296 Guests DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

CARIBBEAN 05 JAN

14

2701

FORT LAUDERDALE > 2 Days at Sea > Oranjestad > Kralendijk > Willemstad > Santa Marta > Cartagena > Colon > Puerto Limón > Day at Sea > George Town > Day at Sea > Key West > FORT LAUDERDALE

19 JAN

14

2702

FORT LAUDERDALE > 2 Days at Sea > San Juan > Gustavia > St. John’s > Castries > Bridgetown > Bequia > Roseau > Spanish Town > Punta Cana > Grand Turk > Day at Sea > FORT LAUDERDALE

02 FEB

8

2703

FORT LAUDERDALE > Day at Sea > Grand Turk > Punta Cana > Spanish Town > Basseterre > Gustavia

10 FEB

7

2704

SAN JUAN > Gustavia > Roseau > Bridgetown > Castries > St. John’s > Road Town > SAN JUAN

17 FEB

11

2705

SAN JUAN > Gustavia > Roseau > Bridgetown > Castries > St. John’s > Road Town > SAN JUAN

24 FEB

11

2706

SAN JUAN > Gustavia > St. John’s > Roseau > Castries > Bridgetown > St. George’s > Bequia > Les Saintes > Basseterre > Road Town > SAN JUAN

17 MAR

10

2709

SAN JUAN > Gustavia > Roseau > Bridgetown > Castries > St. John’s > Road Town > Punta Cana > Grand Turk > Day at Sea > FORT LAUDERDALE

27 MAR

17

2710

FORT LAUDERDALE > 2 Days at Sea > Hamilton > 6 Days at Sea > Funchal > Day at Sea > Cádiz > Gibraltar > Cartagena > Porto Mahón > Marseille > MONTE CARLO

> Philipsburg > SAN JUAN

MEDITERRANEAN 13 APR

9

2711

MONTE CARLO > Livorno > Ajaccio > Cagliari > Trapani > Valletta > Siracusa > Amalfi > Sorrento CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

22 APR

9

2712

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Sorrento

01 MAY

10

2713

VENICE

17 MAY

14

2715

MONTE CARLO > Sanary-sur-mer > Barcelona > Valencia > Cartagena > Málaga > Cádiz > Portimão > Lisbon > Oporto (Leixões) > La Coruña > Day at Sea > Saint Malo > Honfleur > SOUTHAMPTON

> Dubrovnik > Sibenik > VENICE

> Amalfi > Messina > Corfu > Kotor

> Ravenna > Zadar > Dubrovnik

>

> Kotor > Corfu > Taormina > Capri > Sorrento

> CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

NORTHERN EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES 31 MAY

12

2716

SOUTHAMPTON > Falmouth > Cobh > Foynes > Killybegs > Londonderry > Greenock > Belfast > Holyhead > Cardiff > Dartmouth > LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE)

12 JUN

17

2717

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE) > Day at Sea > Haugesund > Flåm > Gudvangen > Alesund > Day at Sea > Svolvaer > Tromsø > Honningsvaag > Cruising North Cape > Day at Sea > Bodo > Trondheim > Molde > Olden > Bergen > Stavanger > Day at Sea > LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE)

29 JUN

15

2718

> Transit Kiel Canal > Copenhagen > Visby > Stockholm > Tallinn > St. Petersburg LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE) Helsinki > Day at Sea > Warnemünde > Transit Kiel Canal > Amsterdam > LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE)

14 JUL

17

2719

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE) > Day at Sea > Haugesund > Flåm > Gudvangen > Alesund > Day at Sea > Svolvaer > Tromsø > Honningsvaag > Cruising North Cape > Day at Sea > Bodo > Trondheim > Molde > Olden Bergen > Stavanger > Day at Sea > LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE)

31 JUL

12

2720

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE) > Day at Sea > Falmouth > Cobh > Dublin > Holyhead > Belfast > Greenock > Ullapool > Day at Sea > Djupivogur > Heimaey > REYKJAVIK

12 AUG

12

2721

REYKJAVIK > Isafjordur > Akureyri LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE)

24 AUG

16

2722

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE) > Antwerp > Amsterdam > Transit Kiel Canal > Copenhagen > Visby > Stockholm > Tallinn > St. Petersburg > Helsinki > Day at Sea > Warnemünde > Transit Kiel Canal > HAMBURG

09 SEP

14

2723

HAMBURG > Day at Sea > Antwerp > Zeebrugge > Honfleur > Saint Malo > Day at Sea > Bordeaux La Coruña > Oporto (Leixões) > LISBON

>

> Husavik > Day at Sea > Torshavn > Lerwick > Kirkwall > Dundee > Leith (Edinburgh)

>

> Bilbao > Gijon >

MEDITERRANEAN 23 SEP

7

2724

LISBON > Portimao > Cádiz > Málaga > Cartagena > Valencia > BARCELONA

30 SEP

10

2725

BARCELONA > Palma de Mallorca > Ibiza Portofino > MONTE CARLO

> San Antonio > Porto Mahón > Alghero > Portoferrio > Livorno

>

10 OCT

10

2726

MONTE CARLO > Livorno > Civitavecchia (Rome) > Sorrento > Lipari > Siracusa > Corfu > Dubrovnik > Sibenik > VENICE

20 OCT

10

2727

VENICE

30 OCT

11

2728

ISTANBUL > Canakkale > Piraeus (Athens) Monte Carlo > Marseille > BARCELONA

10 NOV

15

2729

BARCELONA > Day at Sea > Málaga > Gibraltar > Casablanca > Agadir > Arrecife > Las Palmas > 7 Days at Sea > BRIDGETOWN

> Zadar > Dubrovnik

> Kotor > Igoumenitza > Itea > Transit Corinth Canal > Santorini > Kusadasi > Dikili > ISTANBUL > Transit Corinth Canal > Itea > Katakolon > Taormina > Sorrento > Olbia >

CARIBBEAN 25 NOV

7

2730

BRIDGETOWN > Bequia > St. George’s > Kralendijk > Oranjestad > Willemstad > Day at Sea > BRIDGETOWN

02 DEC

7

2731

BRIDGETOWN > Le Marin > Basseterre > St. John’s > Roseau > Castries > Mayreau > BRIDGETOWN

09 DEC

7

2732

BRIDGETOWN > Bequia > St. George’s > Kralendijk > Oranjestad > Willemstad > Day at Sea > BRIDGETOWN

16 DEC

7

2733

BRIDGETOWN > Le Marin > Basseterre > St. John’s > Roseau > Castries > Mayreau > BRIDGETOWN

23 DEC

7

2734

BRIDGETOWN > Bequia > Day at Sea > Oranjestad > Willemstad > Kralendijk > St. George’s > BRIDGETOWN

30 DEC

7

2735

BRIDGETOWN > Kingstown > Day at Sea > Gustavia > Basseterre > Roseau > Castries > BRIDGETOWN

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SILVER SHADOW 382 Guests DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

3701

HONG KONG > Day at Sea > Chan May > Nha Trang > Ho Chi Minh City Ko Samui > Day at Sea > SINGAPORE

ASIA 04 JAN

11

> Day at Sea > Bangkok (Klong Toey)

>

29 JAN

12

3702

SINGAPORE > Port Klang > Penang > Phuket > Day at Sea > Yangon

10 FEB

14

3703

> Day at Sea > Ho Chi Minh City SINGAPORE > Day at Sea > Ko Samui > Bangkok (Klong Toey) Nha Trang > Chan May > Ha Long Bay > Day at Sea > HONG KONG

> 2 Days at Sea > Langkawi > Malacca > SINGAPORE

24 FEB

14

3704

HONG KONG > Day at Sea > Ha Long Bay > Chan May > Nha Trang > Ho Chi Minh City Bangkok (Klong Toey) > Ko Samui > Day at Sea > SINGAPORE

10 MAR

12

3705

SINGAPORE > Port Klang > Penang > Phuket > Day at Sea > Yangon

22 MAR

14

3706

> Day at Sea > Ho Chi Minh City SINGAPORE > Day at Sea > Ko Samui > Bangkok (Klong Toey) Nha Trang > Chan May > Ha Long Bay > Day at Sea > HONG KONG

05 APR

14

3707

HONG KONG > Day at Sea > Chan May > Nha Trang > Ho Chi Minh City > Day at Sea > Muara > Kota Kinabalu > Puerto Princesa > Boracay Island > Coron > Manila > Day at Sea > HONG KONG

19 APR

15

3708

HONG KONG > Day at Sea > Keelung > Ishigaki-Jima > Day at Sea > Shanghai Osaka > Shimizu > TOKYO

04 MAY

15

3709

TOKYO > Day at Sea > Aomori > Hakodate > Kushiro > 2 Days at Sea > Petropavlovsk > Day at Sea > (Cross International Date Line — lose a day) > Day at Sea > Dutch Harbor > Day at Sea > Kodiak > Homer > SEWARD

7

3710

SEWARD > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruise the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER

>

> Day at Sea >

> 2 Days at Sea > Langkawi > Malacca > SINGAPORE >

> Day at Sea > Jeju > Busan > Hiroshima >

ALASKA 18 MAY 25 MAY

7

3711

VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD

01 JUN

7

3712

SEWARD > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER

08 JUN

7

3713

VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD

15 JUN

7

3714

SEWARD > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER

22 JUN

7

3715

VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD

29 JUN

7

3716

SEWARD > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER

06 JUL

7

3717

VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD

13 JUL

7

3718

SEWARD > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER

20 JUL

7

3719

VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD

27 JUL

7

3720

SEWARD > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER

03 AUG

7

3721

VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD

10 AUG

7

3722

SEWARD > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER

17 AUG

7

3723

VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD

24 AUG

7

3724

SEWARD > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER

31 AUG

7

3725

VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruise Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD

07 SEP

14

3726

SEWARD > Kodiak > Day at Sea > Dutch Harbor > 3 Days at Sea (Cross International Date Line — lose a day) > Petropavlovsk > 2 Days at Sea > Kushiro > Hakodate > Aomori > Day at Sea > TOKYO

22 SEP

16

3727

TOKYO > Shimizu > Osaka > Hiroshima > Busan > Jeju > Incheon (Seoul) > Day at Sea > Tianjin Shanghai > 2 Days at Sea > HONG KONG

08 OCT

14

3728

> Chan May > Nha Trang > Ho Chi Minh City HONG KONG > Day at Sea > Ha Long Bay Bangkok (Klong Toey) > Ko Samui > Day at Sea > SINGAPORE

22 OCT

12

3729

SINGAPORE > Day at Sea > Kuching > Bintulu > Muara > Kota Kinabalu > Puerto Princesa > Boracay Island > Coron > Manila > Day at Sea > HONG KONG

03 NOV

14

3730

HONG KONG > Day at Sea > Ha Long Bay > Chan May > Nha Trang > Ho Chi Minh City Bangkok (Klong Toey) > Ko Samui > Day at Sea > SINGAPORE

17 NOV

18

3731

SINGAPORE > Day at Sea > Jakarta > Semarang > Surabaya > Benoa > Komodo > 2 Days at Sea > Darwin > 2 Days at Sea > Cooktown > Cairns > Townsville > Day at Sea > Brisbane > Day at Sea > SYDNEY

ASIA > Day at Sea >

> Day at Sea >

> Day at Sea >

AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 05 DEC

14

3732

SYDNEY > Day at Sea > Melbourne > Day at Sea > Hobart > 2 Days at Sea > Cruise Milford and Dusky Sound > Oban > Port Chalmers (Dunedin) > Akaroa > Picton > Napier > Tauranga > AUCKLAND

19 DEC

15

3733

AUCKLAND > Tauranga > Napier > Picton > Akaroa > Port Chalmers (Dunedin) > Cruise Dusky and Milford Sound > 2 Days at Sea > Hobart > Day at Sea > Melbourne > Eden > SYDNEY

Overnight in Port

14

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit


SILVER WHISPER 382 Guests DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 06 JAN

20

4701

SAN FRANCISCO > 5 Days at Sea > Hilo > Lahaina > Honolulu > 6 Days at Sea (Cross International Date Line — lose a day) > Apia > Day at Sea > Nuku’alofa > 2 Days at Sea > AUCKLAND

27 JAN

13

4702

AUCKLAND > Tauranga > Gisborne > Wellington > Nelson > New Plymouth > 2 Days at Sea > Newcastle > Sydney Day at Sea > Burnie > MELBOURNE

09 FEB

13

4703

MELBOURNE > Day at Sea > Adelaide > 3 Days at Sea > Fremantle 2 Days at Sea > BENOA (BALI)

22 FEB

17

4704

BENOA > Celukan Bewang > 2 Days at Sea > Sandakan > Day at Sea > Boracay > Manila > Day at Sea > Kaohsiung > Keelung (Taipei) > Day at Sea > Shanghai > 2 Days at Sea > HONG KONG

11 MAR

12

4705

HONG KONG > Day at Sea > Nha Trang > Ho Chi Minh City Day at Sea > SINGAPORE

23 MAR

17

4706

SINGAPORE > Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur) > Penang > Phuket > Sabang > 2 Days at Sea > Colombo > Cochin > Day at Sea > Mumbai > 2 Days at Sea > Fujairah > Abu Dhabi > Sir Bani Yas > Doha > DUBAI

>

> Geraldton > Day at Sea > Exmouth >

ASIA

> Day at Sea > Bangkok (Klong Toey)

> Ko Samui >

AFRICA & INDIAN OCEAN 09 APR

15

4707

DUBAI > Muscat > Day at Sea > Salalah > 4 Days at Sea > Safaga (Luxor) > Aqaba > Sharm El Sheikh > Transit Suez Canal > Port Said > Alexandria > Day at Sea > PIRAEUS (ATHENS)

MEDITERRANEAN 24 APR

9

4708

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Nafplion > Day at Sea > Valletta > Siracusa > Lipari > Sorrento > Civitavecchia (Rome) > MONTE CARLO

08 MAY

14

4710

MONTE CARLO > Day at Sea > Cartagena > Málaga > Portimao > Lisbon > Leixões > La Coruña > Gijon > Bilbao > Bordeaux > Saint Malo > SOUTHAMPTON

NORTHERN EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES SOUTHAMPTON > Day at Sea > Leith

> Invergordon > Portree > Belfast > Holyhead > Dublin > Cobh > Fowey > SOUTHAMPTON

22 MAY

11

4711

16 JUN

7

4714

SOUTHAMPTON > Zeebrugge > Antwerp > Amsterdam > Bremerhaven

23 JUN

7

4715

COPENHAGEN > Day at Sea > Flåm > Gudvangen > Kristiansund > Hellesylt > Geiranger > Bergen > Skagen > COPENHAGEN

30 JUN

7

4716

COPENHAGEN > Day at Sea > Helsinki > St. Petersburg

07 JUL

7

4717

STOCKHOLM > Tallinn > St. Petersburg

14 JUL

7

4718

COPENHAGEN > Day at Sea > Flåm > Gudvangen > Kristiansund > Hellesylt > Geiranger > Bergen > Skagen > COPENHAGEN

21 JUL

7

4719

COPENHAGEN > Day at Sea > Helsinki > St. Petersburg

28 JUL

7

4720

STOCKHOLM > Tallinn > St. Petersburg

04 AUG

7

4721

COPENHAGEN > Day at Sea > Helsinki > St. Petersburg

> Transit Kiel Canal > Helsingborg > COPENHAGEN

> Tallinn > STOCKHOLM

> Helsinki > Day at Sea > COPENHAGEN

> Tallinn > STOCKHOLM

> Helsinki > Day at Sea > COPENHAGEN > Tallinn > STOCKHOLM

11 AUG

11

4722

STOCKHOLM > Tallinn > St. Petersburg > Helsinki > Day at Sea > Warnemünde > Transit Kiel Canal > Amsterdam > Antwerp > Zeebrugge > SOUTHAMPTON

22 AUG

17

4723

SOUTHAMPTON > Fowey > Cobh > Dublin > Belfast > 2 Days at Sea > Reykjavik > Day at Sea > Cruise Prins Christian Sund > Narsarsuaq > Day at Sea > L’Anse-aux-Meadows > Corner Brook > Gaspe > Québec City > MONTRÉAL

CANADA & NEW ENGLAND 08 SEP

11

4724

MONTRÉAL > Québec City > Cruising Saguenay River > Saguenay > Day at Sea > Îles-de-la-Madeleine > Sydney > Halifax > Portland > Boston > Transit Cape Cod Canal > Newport > NEW YORK

19 SEP

12

4725

NEW YORK > Day at Sea > Halifax > Sydney > St. Pierre > St. John’s > L’Anse-aux-Meadows > Woody Point > Corner Brook > Gaspé > Québec City > MONTRÉAL

01 OCT

11

4726

MONTRÉAL > Québec City > Cruising Saguenay River > Saguenay > Day at Sea > Charlottetown > Sydney > Halifax > Saint John > Portland > Boston > Transit Cape Cod Canal > Newport > NEW YORK

12 OCT

11

4727

NEW YORK > Newport > Transit Cape Cod Canal > Boston > Rockland > Saint John > Halifax > Day at Sea > Gaspe > Cruising Saguenay River > Saguenay > Day at Sea > Québec City > MONTRÉAL

23 OCT

10

4728

MONTRÉAL > Québec City > Cruising Saguenay River > Saguenay > Charlottetown > Sydney > Halifax > Portland > Boston > Cape Cod Canal Transit > Newport > NEW YORK

4729

NEW YORK > Day at Sea > Hamilton

CARIBBEAN 02 NOV

11

> 2 Days at Sea > Philipsburg

> Gustavia > St. John’s > Castries > BRIDGETOWN

SOUTH AMERICA 13 NOV

18

4730

BRIDGETOWN > Bequia > St. George’s > Day at Sea > Devil’s Island > Day at Sea > Macapa > Santarém > Boca da Valeria > Manaus > Parintins > Alter do Chão > Macapa > 2 Days at Sea > Scarborough > BRIDGETOWN

CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA BRIDGETOWN > Castries > Roseau > Basseterre > Philipsburg Day at Sea > FORT LAUDERDALE

> Gustavia > Road Town > Punta Cana > Grand Turk >

01 DEC

10

4731

11 DEC

8

4732

FORT LAUDERDALE > Day at Sea > Cozumel > Costa Maya > Belize City > Day at Sea > Key West

4733

> Panama Canal Transit > Day at Sea > Puntarenas > FORT LAUDERDALE > 2 Days at Sea > Cartagena San Juan Del Sur > Day at Sea > Puerto Quetzal > Day at Sea > Acapulco > Day at Sea > Puerto Vallarta > Cabo San Lucas > 2 Days at Sea > LOS ANGELES

19 DEC

18

> FORT LAUDERDALE

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SILVER SPIRIT 540 Guests DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA 05 JAN

11

5701

FORT LAUDERDALE > 2 Days at Sea > San Juan > Gustavia > Basseterre > St. John’s > Road Town > Punta Cana > Grand Turk > Day at Sea > FORT LAUDERDALE

SOUTH AMERICA 16 JAN

18

5702

FORT LAUDERDALE > Key West > 2 Days at Sea > Puerto Limón > Panama Canal Transit > Day at Sea > Manta > Day at Sea > Salaverry > Callao > Pisco > Day at Sea > Matarani > Arica > Day at Sea > Coquimbo > VALPARAÍSO

03 FEB

17

5703

VALPARAÍSO > Day at Sea > Puerto Montt > Puerto Chacabuco > Laguna San Rafael > Cruising Chilean Fjords (2 Days) > Punta Arenas > Cruise Beagle Channel & Glacier Avenue > Ushuaia > Day at Sea > Port Stanley > 2 Days at Sea > Montevideo > Punta del Este > BUENOS AIRES

20 FEB

18

5704

BUENOS AIRES > Montevideo > Rio Grande do Sol > Day at Sea > Ilhabela (Sao Sebastiao) > Paraty > Rio de Janiero > Buzios > Day at Sea > Salvador de Bahia > Day at Sea > Natal > Fortaleza > 2 Days at Sea > Devil’s Island > Day at Sea > BRIDGETOWN

CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA 10 MAR

10

5705

BRIDGETOWN > Bequia > St. George’s > Kralendijk > Willemstad > Oranjestad > Day at Sea > Punta Cana > Grand Turk > Day at Sea > FORT LAUDERDALE

20 MAR

11

5706

FORT LAUDERDALE > 2 Days at Sea > San Juan > Philipsburg Grand Turk > Day at Sea > FORT LAUDERDALE

31 MAR

13

5707

FORT LAUDERDALE > 2 Days at Sea > Hamilton

> Gustavia > Basseterre > Road Town > Punta Cana >

> 4 Days at Sea > Horta > Ponta Delgada > Day at Sea > LISBON

MEDITERRANEAN 13 APR

9

5708

LISBON > Portimão > Cádiz > Gibraltar > Málaga > Cartagena > Ibiza > Valencia > BARCELONA

22 APR

7

5709

BARCELONA > Palma de Mallorca > Porto Mahón > Marseille > Monte Carlo > La Spezia

03 MAY

10

5711

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Livorno > Portofino > Nice > Olbia > Trapani > Valletta > Siracusa > Amalfi > Sorrento > CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

> CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

> Saint Tropez > Marseille > Sète > Alcúdia > Valencia > BARCELONA

13 MAY

9

5712

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Portofino > Monte Carlo

22 MAY

9

5713

BARCELONA > Sète > Cannes

31 MAY

9

5714

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Sorrento > Taormina > Corfu > Kotor

09 JUN

9

5715

VENICE > Hvar > Kotor > Corfu > Katakolon > Santorini > Kusadasi > Mytilene > ISTANBUL

> Ajaccio > Monte Carlo

> Portofino > Livorno > CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Dubrovnik > Sibenik > Koper > VENICE

18 JUN

9

5716

ISTANBUL > Dikili > Kusadasi > Patmos > Rhodes > Ágios Nikólaos > Santorini > Mykonos > Nafplion > PIRAEUS (ATHENS)

27 JUN

9

5717

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Chania > Santorini > Rhodes > Kusadasi > Mykonos > Volos > Thessaloniki > Myrina > ISTANBUL

06 JUL

11

5718

ISTANBUL > Cruise the Dardanelles > Monemvasia > Zakynthos > Corfu > Kotor

> Dubrovnik > Hvar > Koper > VENICE

17 JUL

9

5719

VENICE > Ravenna > Sibenik > Dubrovnik

26 JUL

7

5720

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Olbia > Portoferraio > La Spezia

02 AUG

7

5721

MONTE CARLO

09 AUG

9

5722

BARCELONA > Palma de Mallorca > Ibiza CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

18 AUG

9

5723

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Sorrento > Taormina > Corfu > Kotor

27 AUG

7

5724

VENICE > Hvar > Kotor > Igoumenitza > Katakolon > Santorini > Kusadasi > PIRAEUS (ATHENS)

03 SEP

7

5725

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Monemvasia > Ágios Nikólaos > Marmaris > Kusadasi > Mykonos > Mytilene > ISTANBUL

18 SEP

10

5727

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Mykonos > Kusadasi > Santorini > Katakolon > Corfu > Kotor > Hvar > Koper > VENICE

28 SEP

9

5728

VENICE

07 OCT

9

5729

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Sorrento > Siracusa > Valletta > Trapani > Olbia > Livorno

16 OCT

7

5730

MONTE CARLO

23 OCT

9

5731

BARCELONA > Tarragona > Palma de Mallorca > Porto Mahón > Porto Torres > Livorno Portoferraio > CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

> Saint Tropez

> Kotor > Corfu > Taormina > Capri > Sorrento

> CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

> Portofino > Cannes > MONTE CARLO

> Marseille > Palamos > Alcùdia > Valencia > BARCELONA

> Ravenna > Trogir > Dubrovnik

> San Antonio > Porto Mahón > Alghero > Portoferraio > Livorno

>

> Dubrovnik > Sibenik > Koper > VENICE

> Kotor > Brindisi > Taormina > Sorrento > CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Portofino > MONTE CARLO

> Saint Tropez > Marseille > Sète > Alcúdia > Valencia > BARCELONA > Monte Carlo >

AFRICA & INDIAN OCEAN 15 NOV

18

5732

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Naples > 2 Days at Sea > Alexandria Safaga > 4 Days at Sea > Salalah > Day at Sea > Muscat > DUBAI

03 DEC

15

5733

DUBAI > Abu Dhabi > Sir Bani Yas > Fujairah > Muscat > 2 Days at Sea > Mumbai > Day at Sea > Cochin 3 Days at Sea > MAHÉ

18 DEC

18

5734

MAHÉ > 2 Days at Sea > Mombasa > Day at Sea > Dzaoudzi > Nosy Be / Komba > Day at Sea > Tulear > Day at Sea > Maputo > Richards Bay > Durban > Day at Sea > Port Elizabeth > Day at Sea > CAPE TOWN

Overnight in Port

16

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit

> Suez Canal Transit > Sharm El Sheikh > Aqaba > > Malé >


SILVER MUSE 596 Guests DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

MEDITERRANEAN 10 APR

8

6703

MONTE CARLO > Marseille > Barcelona > Palma de Mallorca > Porto Mahón > Porto Torres > Livorno > Portofino > MONTE CARLO

20 APR

13

6705

MONTE CARLO > Marseille > Barcelona > Palma de Mallorca > Day at Sea > Trapani > Valletta > Taormina > Amalfi > Sorrento > Civitavecchia (Rome) > Livorno > NICE

03 MAY

13

6706

VENETIAN SOCIETY INAUGURAL VOYAGE* NICE > Portofino > Livorno > Civitavecchia (Rome) > Sorrento Mykonos > Rhodes > Kusadasi > Dikili > ISTANBUL

> Amalfi > Taormina > Day at Sea > Piraeus (Athens) > > Dubrovnik > Hvar > Koper > VENICE

16 MAY

12

6707

ISTANBUL > Dikili > Kusadasi > Marmaris > Patmos > Santorini > Day at Sea > Kotor

28 MAY

12

6708

VENICE > Ravenna > Trogir > Brindisi > Taormina > Sorrento > Olbia > Portofino > La Spezia > Monte Carlo > Marseille > BARCELONA

09 JUN

12

6709

> Palma de Mallorca > Ibiza BARCELONA Livorno > CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

21 JUN

12

6710

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Sorrento > Trapani > Valletta Dubrovnik > Sibenik > Koper > VENICE

03 JUL

12

6711

VENICE > Ravenna > Hvar > Kotor > Corfu > Katakolon > Santorini > Rhodes > Kusadasi > Cesme > Mykonos > PIRAEUS (ATHENS)

15 JUL

12

6712

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Nafplion > Heraklion > Santorini > Rhodes Myrina > ISTANBUL

27 JUL

12

6713

ISTANBUL > Dikili > Kusadasi > Marmaris > Patmos > Santorini > Day at Sea > Kotor

08 AUG

12

6714

VENICE > Rijeka > Hvar > Dubrovnik Livorno > MONTE CARLO

20 AUG

11

6715

> Saint Tropez > Sanary-sur-Mer > Barcelona MONTE CARLO Portimao > LISBON

31 AUG

11

6716

LISBON > Leixões (Oporto) > La Coruña > Gijon > Bilbao > Bordeaux Honfleur > SOUTHAMPTON

> San Antonio > Porto Mahón > Monte Carlo

> Saint Tropez > Portovenere >

> Xlendi Bay/Gozo Island > Taormina > Corfu > Kotor

>

> Marmaris > Kusadasi > Mykonos > Volos > Thessaloniki > > Dubrovnik > Hvar > Koper > VENICE

> Kotor > Brindisi > Taormina > Sorrento > Portoferrairo > Portofino > > Valencia > Cartagena > Málaga > Cádiz > > Belle Ile > St. Peter Port > Saint Malo >

NORTHERN EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES 12 SEP

16

6718

SOUTHAMPTON > Falmouth > Waterford > Cobh > Galway > 4 Days at Sea > St. John’s > St. Pierre > Sydney > Charlottetown > Gaspe > Cruise Saguenay River > Saguenay > Québec City > MONTRÉAL

CANADA & NEW ENGLAND 28 SEP

14

6719

MONTRÉAL > 2 Days at Sea > Halifax > Portland > Boston > Day at Sea > New York Charleston > Savannah > Port Canaveral > FORT LAUDERDALE

> Norfolk > Day at Sea >

SOUTH AMERICA 13 OCT

18

6721

FORT LAUDERDALE > Key West > 2 Days at Sea > Puerto Limón > Transit Panama Canal > Day at Sea > Manta > Day at Sea > Salaverry > Callao > Pisco > Day at Sea > Matarani > Arica > Day at Sea > Coquimbo > VALPARAÍSO

31 OCT

17

6722

VALPARAÍSO > Day at Sea > Puerto Montt > Puerto Chacabuco > Laguna San Rafael > 2 Days Cruising Chilean Fjords > Punta Arenas > Cruise Beagle Channel & Glacier Avenue > Ushuaia > Day at Sea > Port Stanley > 2 Days at Sea > Montevideo > Punta del Este > BUENOS AIRES

17 NOV

19

6723

BUENOS AIRES > Rio Grande do Sul > Day at Sea > Ilhabela (Sao Sebastiao) > Paraty > Rio de Janeiro > Buzios > Day at Sea > Salvador de Bahia > Day at Sea > Natal > Fortaleza > 2 Days at Sea > Devil’s Island > Day at Sea > BRIDGETOWN

CARIBBEAN 06 DEC

12

6724

BRIDGETOWN > Castries > Bequia > St. George’s > Kralendijk > Willemstad > Oranjestad > Day at Sea > Punta Cana > Grand Turk > Day at Sea > Key West > FORT LAUDERDALE

18 DEC

16

6725

> Philipsburg > Basseterre > Day at Sea > Bridgetown > FORT LAUDERDALE > 2 Days at Sea > San Juan > Gustavia Bequia > St. George’s > Kralendijk > Willemstad > Oranjestad > 2 Days at Sea > FORT LAUDERDALE

*Reserved for Venetian Society members only

Provence, France

Galway, Ireland

Ushuaia, Argentina

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BEST WORLD CRUISE EVER

116 DAYS 5 CONTINENTS 25 COUNTRIES 62 PORTS

WORLD CRUISE 2017 ANCIENT WONDERS. MODERN MARVELS. On January 6, 2017, Silver Whisper will begin her epic world cruise. She’ll sail across San Francisco Bay and under the Golden Gate Bridge, a gleaming harbinger of wonderful things to come — tropical edens across the vast Pacific, strikingly beautiful landscapes, Bali, Bangkok … and beyond to India, the kingdoms of the Persian Gulf, the antiquity of Egypt and Jordan, and a wealth of Mediterranean treasures. By journey’s end, she’ll have called at 62 ports in 25 countries in 116 days. But it’s not the length of the voyage or how many places you visit. It’s what you do once you arrive that is the true barometer of your voyage — the insider access and glimpses behind the scenes, the small-group excursions and private arrangements, the personal, close-up encounters that you experience … and the lasting memories they create. When you cruise aboard a ship with only a few hundred fellow guests, you can connect more authentically with the lands you visit, exploring hidden corners and immersing yourself more fully in the lifestyle of the people. And you’ll be sailing with kindred travellers from around the globe, sharing their warm fellowship in an ambience of pampered elegance and privilege. May we also add that with six maiden ports of call, the 2017 world itinerary is our most unique and exotic ever. Come with us. The world awaits.

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EUROPE

Arabia & The Mediterranean

Monte Carlo

Fujairah, UAE to Monte Carlo, Monaco

Civitavecchia (Rome) Sorrento

Nice

Piraeus (Athens)

Lipari Valletta

San Francisco

Nafplion

Siracusa

ASIA

Port Said Alexandria Suez Canal

Sharm El Sheikh

Safaga

Shanghai

Dubai

Aqaba

Fujairah

Doha

Keelung

Hong Kong

Sir Bani Yas Abu Dhabi Salalah

Kaohsiung Muscat

Mumbai

Ko Samui

AFRICA

Lahaina

San Francisco, California to Exmouth, Australia Bangkok

Manila

Nha Trang

Phuket

Cochin

Under the Southern Cross

Sabang

Colombo

Ho Chi Minh City

Penang

Hilo PACIFIC OCEAN

Honolulu

Boracay

Sandakan

Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur)

Singapore

Passage to India

Celukan Bewang

INDIAN OCEAN

Benoa

Apia

Port Klang, Malaysia to Mumbai, India Exmouth

Bali, Borneo & The Great Cities of Asia Bali, Indonesia to Singapore

Geraldton

Nuku’alofa

AUSTRALIA Newcastle

Fremantle

Adelaide

Melbourne

Auckland

Sydney

Burnie

Tauranga New Plymouth Nelson

Gisborne Wellington

116-DAY WORLD CRUISE BENEFITS AIR & TRANSFERS

NEW BENEFITS FOR 2017

• Roundtrip Business Class Air*

• Complimentary Unlimited WiFi for all Full World Cruise Guests in all Suite Categories

ONBOARD SPENDING CREDIT† • $4,000 Per Double Occupancy Suite EXCLUSIVE WORLD CRUISE EVENTS

AND MORE …

• Swing Under the Wings — Honolulu

• Special Commemorative Gifts

• Terracotta Warriors — Shanghai

• Complimentary Silver Shore Baggage Valet Between Home and Ship in San Francisco and Monte Carlo

SILVERSEA EXPERIENCES®

3 NIGHTS ABOARD SILVER MUSE May 3 – 6, 2017

• Complimentary Dry Cleaning for all Full World Cruise Guests

• Gala Bon Voyage Reception Dinner and Overnight Accommodations Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco

• Amazing Island of Animals — Sir Bani Yas

PLUS AN EXCLUSIVE GRAND FINALE

Now including a complimentary 3-night sailing aboard Silversea’s new Silver Muse. Be among the first special guests to experience her exciting innovations, exquisite décor and handcrafted suites. Sample all eight restaurants and relax in an expansive choice of open-air spaces as you sail from Nice to Rome.

• Laundry Service for all Full World Cruise Guests

For Guests Travelling 50+ Days:

• Boracay Beach Party • An Evening at the Teatru Manoel — Valetta

*Available for guests booking air/sea only † Please visit silversea.com/WorldCruise2017Benefits for full terms and conditions.

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Costa Rica

CIRCLE SOUTH AMERICA GRAND VOYAGE BENEFITS •$  2,000 onboard spending credit (per double occupancy suite) •O  ne complimentary Silversea Experience • Complimentary unlimited WiFi •C  omplimentary laundry service plus dry cleaning

FORT LAUDERDALE ROUNDTRIP 63 Days | Jan 16 – Mar 20, 2017 aboard Silver Spirit 66 Days | Oct 13 – Dec 18, 2017 aboard Silver Muse

It is a land of stunning extremes — the world’s highest waterfall, the world’s longest mountain range, the world’s driest desert, the world’s largest rainforest. Stretching from the steaming Amazon to the bonedry Atacama Desert to the glacial peaks of the Andes, this is a continent where the unexpected is never a surprise. On your choice of two Grand Voyages in winter or autumn, you may trace the vast empire of the Incas in Peru or race with the wind across the Argentine pampas. Experience the sensuous samba in Rio, marvel at the icebergs calving off the face of San Rafael, or watch the Andean eagle soar in the majestic fjordlands of Chile. No matter which one you choose, you’ll enjoy an epic voyage of virtually unlimited discoveries.

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Iguazú, Brazil

Machu Picchu, Peru

Fort Lauderdale Grand Key West

Oranjestad

Turk Punta Cana

Willemstad Kralendijk

Puerto Limón St. George’s

Panama Canal

Devil’s Island Fortaleza

Manta

Natal

Salaverry

SOUTH AMERICA

Callao Pisco

Rio de Janeiro

Matarani PACIFIC OCEAN

ATL ANTIC

OCEAN Castries Bequia Bridgetown

Arica Coquimbo

Montevideo

Valparaíso Puerto Montt

HIGHLIGHTS • A full transit of the Panama Canal, the man-made wonder of the 20th century

Salvador de Bahía

Búzios Paraty Ilhabela Rio Grande Punta del Este

• Two and three night stays in Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Callao (Lima) and Punta Arenas, gateway to the penguins of Otway Sound or spectacular Torres del Paine National Park, perhaps South America’s finest park

Buenos Aires

Puerto Chacabuco Laguna San Rafael

Ushuaia

Chilean Fjords

• Optional overland extensions to Machu Picchu, the Amazon and Iguazú Falls

Stanley

• Silver Spirit only — Two full days in

Punta Arenas

Rio during the height of Carnaval

Beagle Channel / Avenue of Glaciers Silver Muse route line Silver Spirit and Silver Muse route line

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OUR FLEET SMALL SHIP TRAVEL AT ITS MOST DIVINE Whether it’s the anticipatory service of a butler or a bespoke experience ashore, personalised travel is the very essence of Silversea. The unrivalled choice of artisan cuisines. The designer options in your suite. The almost unlimited land programmes that put the world at your feet. When you sail with Silversea, you’ll enjoy the freedom of independent travel with the comfort of all our famed amenities. An experience that has been ours alone since the very beginning. And continues aboard our new leading lady — Silver Muse. Silver Cloud .............. 296 guests Silver Wind................ 296 guests Silver Shadow............ 382 guests Silver Whisper........... 382 guests Silver Spirit................ 540 guests Silver Muse................ 596 guests

Silver Spirit, Santorini, Greece

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SILVER CLOUD (until August 2017) SHIP SPECIFICATIONS Crew 222 Guests 296 Tonnage 16,800 Length 514.14 FT / 156.7M Width 70.62 FT / 21.5 M Speed 18 Knots Built 1994 Refurbished 2015

09 08 07 06 05 04

DECK 09 The Fitness Centre Jogging Track

09

Fitness Centre

Pool Whirlpools Pool Bar & Grill The Grill The Panorama Lounge The Connoisseur’s Corner

Jogging Track

DECK 08

Open view to Swimming Pool

DECK 07

Pool Grill

E E

Pool Bar

Pool

Connoisseur’s Corner

08

The Grill

E E

Panorama Lounge

La Terrazza The Library The Spa at Silversea Beauty Salon

DECK 06

706

704

709

707

705

703

612

610

608

606

604

611

609

607

605

603

701

708

711

702

710

715

723

712

714

629

717

626

631

716

628

633

719

727

630

635

721

724

729

632

637

718

726

731

634

720

728

733

725

730

735

722

732

E E The Spa Beauty Salon Sauna Sauna

The Casino The Bar Boutiques

Shore Concierge 618

616

614

623

621

619

617

615

522

520

518

516

514

512

510

508

506

504

525

523

521

519

517

515

511

509

507

505

503

422

420

418

416

414

412

410

408

406

409

407

405

601

620

524

602

622

625

639

624

636

641

627

638

Conference Card Room

Internet Café

643

Lobby E E

Cruise Consultant

E E

Show Lounge

Stage

06

640

DECK 04 The Restaurant Le Champagne Launderette

734

DECK 05

736

07

Library

E E La Terrazza

The Show Lounge Conference / Card Room Internet Café Reception / Guest Relations Shore Concierge

Reception

SUITE CATEGORIES Boutique 536 538

534

532

530

528

526

545

543

539 541

537

535

533

531

529

527

E E Casino

04

540

Lobby

05

542

E E

The Bar

Owner’s Suite Grand Suite Royal Suite Silver Suite Midship Veranda Suite Veranda Suite Vista Suite Bathtub / Shower Combination Bathtub & Separate Shower 3rd Guest Capacity Wheelchair Accessible

Boutique

E E

The Restaurant

Launderette 411

415 417

419

421

423 425

427 429

431

433

435

437

439

441

443

451

Le Champagne

445 447 449

E E

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SILVER WIND SHIP SPECIFICATIONS Crew 222 Guests 296 Tonnage 17,400 Length 514.14 FT / 156.7M Width 70.62 FT / 21.5 M Speed 18 Knots Built 1995 Refurbished 2013

09 08 07 06 05 04

DECK 09

Observation Lounge

Beauty Salon

802

804

Saunas and Steam Rooms

801

803

E E

Pool Grill

La Terrazza

Beauty Spa Salon

Pool

Connoisseur’s Corner

08

Pool Bar

E E

Panorama Lounge

Pool Whirlpools Pool Bar & Grill The Grill The Panorama Lounge The Connoisseur’s Corner

Open view to Swimming Pool

Spa

09

DECK 08

DECK 07

Fitness Centre

Jogging Track

The Fitness Centre The Spa at Silversea Beauty Salon The Observation Lounge Jogging Track

Fitness Centre

DECK 06

701

705

703

702

704

707

709

706

708

710

715

711

714

717

712

716

624

622

620

618

616

614

612

610

608

606

604

602

625

623

621

619

617

615

611

609

607

605

603

601

522

520

518

516

514

512

510

508

506

504

523

521

519

517

515

511

509

507

505

503

414

412

629

719

626

631

721

725

628

633

718

722

727

630

635

720

724

729

632

627

726

731

723

728

637

639

634

641

733

636

643

730

638

735

640

732

737

Lobby E E Conference Card Room

Cruise Consultant

E E

Show Lounge

Stage

06

Reception

Boutique 530

528

526

535

533

531

529

420

532

537

422

534

539 541

525

536 538

543

524

540

545

Lobby

542

E E

The Bar

05

527

E E Casino

Boutique

416

418

04

E E

The Restaurant

Launderette 411

415

417

419

421

423 425

427 429

431

433

435

437

439

441

443

Internet Café

445 447

Le Champagne

Library

E E

24

734

Shore Concierge

SUITE CATEGORIES Owner’s Suite Grand Suite Royal Suite Silver Suite Medallion Suite Midship Veranda Suite Veranda Suite Vista Suite 3rd Guest Capacity Wheelchair Accessible

739

DECK 04

741

E E

The Casino The Bar Boutiques The Restaurant Le Champagne Internet Café The Library Launderette

736

07

738

DECK 05

E E

La Terrazza

The Show Lounge Conference / Card Room Reception / Guest Relations Shore Concierge


SILVER SHADOW SILVER WHISPER SHIP SPECIFICATIONS Crew 302 Guests 382 Tonnage 28,258 Length 610 FT / 186 M Width 81.8 FT / 24.9 M Speed 18.5 Knots Built 2000 / 2001 Refurbished 2010 / 2013

10 09 08 07 06 05 04

DECK 10

DECK 09

Beauty Salon

E

10

The Spa

Observation Lounge

The Fitness Centre The Spa at Silversea Beauty Salon The Observation Lounge

Fitness Centre

Jogging Track

DECK 08 928

926

922 924

920

918

916

927

925

921 923

919

917

915

826

824

822

820

818

816

827

825

823

821

819

817

815

712

710

711

709

614

612

615

611

514

512

510

508

506

504

502

515

511

509

507

505

503

501

414

412

410

415

411

409

802

805 807

804

809 714

806 808

812

716

810

814

E E 801

803

831

833

Library

Pool Bar

Internet Café

828

Launderette

E

Pool Panorama Lounge

829

933 Pool Grill

E E

08

830

E

Open view to Swimming Pool

DECK 07 La Terrazza Le Champagne The Connoisseur’s Corner Conference / Card Room

929

930

09

931

Jogging Track

Pool Pool Bar & Grill The Grill The Library Internet Café The Panorama Lounge Launderette

DECK 06 The Show Lounge 704 706 708

702

703 705 707

701

718

720

722

724

728

730

732

736

E

717

719

616

621

522

520

518

516

527

525

523

521

428

426

424

422

420

418

416

429

427

425

423

421

601

618

623

524

529

602

620

625

526 528

603

622

627

604

624

629

605

626

631

607 609

628

633

606

630

Launderette

608 610

632

634

Launderette

640

642

644

646 648

650

652

654

656

658

E E

721

723

725

727

729

731

Conference Room

733

735

E E

734

E

E E 635

637

639

641

643

645

647 649

651

653

655

657

659

Show Lounge

06

E E Connoisseur’s Corner

The Restaurant

Stage

DECK 04

07

Le Champagne

The Casino The Bar Boutiques Reception / Guest Relations Shore Concierge The Show Lounge

La Terrazza

DECK 05

SUITE CATEGORIES 530 532 533

531

432

430

435

433

431

E

Jewellery

The Restaurant

Boutique

537

E E

04

434

Bar

535

E E

Casino

534

E E

Shore Reception Concierge Lobby Cruise Consultant

The Bar

05

Stage

E

E E 437

439

Owner’s Suite Grand Suite Royal Suite Silver Suite Medallion Suite Veranda 4 Veranda 3 Veranda 2 Veranda 1 Terrace Suite Vista Suite Connecting Suites 3rd Guest Capacity Wheelchair Accessible

Show Lounge

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SILVER SPIRIT SHIP SPECIFICATIONS

The Observation Lounge

1101

1004 1003

1001

1005

1002

1006

1009

1007

1010 1011

1008

1012

902 901 804

802 803

801

704

702

703

701

501

705

601 707

602 706

503

708

603

805

604

807

505

806

502

507

808

605

504

509

903

606

607

506

511

905

709

608

508

904

710

711

510

906

712

609

512

809

611

811

615

810

610

617

812

612

907

614

909

715

616

908

717

910

714

719

815

721

817

716

819

718

814

720

911

515

912

517

821

514

816

516

818

619

820

621

519

915

618

521

917

620

518

523

919

723

520

525

914

725

623

522

527

916

722

625

524

918

724

622

627

526

823

624

629

822

727

626

631

921

729

628

920

726

731

630

825

728

733

824

730

735

923

732

922

734

827 831

829 833

826 830

828 832

925 929

529

927 931

528

924 928

633

926 930

632

755

753

751

749

747

745

743

741

739

656

654

652

650

648

646

644

642

640

638

636

634

637

639

641

643

645

647

649

651

653

655

657

530

532

The Bar

Stage

533

Shore Concierge

Show Lounge

Reception

531

737

757

E E

736

738

759

E E

835

740

E E

837

761

635

834

DECK 06

933

Pool

932

E E

839

742

760

758

756

754

752

750

748

746

744

841 843 845

847 849 851 853

Library/ Internet Café

SUITE CATEGORIES

Observation Lounge

1102

1105

1103

1106 1107

1104

1108 1109 1111

1110 1112 1115 E E

836 838 840 842 844

846 848 850 852

Stars Supper Club

Launderette

E E

1114

Pool Grill

Laund -erette

Boutiques

The Spa

E E

Thermal Suite

402

408

406

411

409

407

405

404

410

417

415

412

E E

Le Champagne

The Restaurant

Seishin Restaurant

E E

Launderette

Beauty Salon

E E

Pool Bar

Card Room Connoisseur’s Corner

Fitness Centre

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Cruise Consultant

Conference Room

Launderette

E E

La Terrazza

DECK 04

E E

04

Laund -erette

E E

Panorama Lounge

DECK 05

E E

05

Owner’s Suite Grand Suite Royal Suite Silver Suite Veranda 6 Veranda 5 Veranda 4 Veranda 3 Veranda 2 Veranda 1 Vista Suite Connecting Suites 3rd Guest Capacity Wheelchair Accessible

E E

06

The Restaurant Seishin Le Champagne

E E

07

Reception / Guest Relations Shore Concierge The Bar The Show Lounge Conference Room Cruise Consultant

Casino

E E

Boutiques

E E

08

The Spa at Silversea Beauty Salon The Fitness Centre

E E

The Connoisseur’s Corner Boutiques The Casino

E E

09

La Terrazza Stars Supper Club The Library Internet Café

The Grill

10

Jogging Track

DECK 08

Panorama Outdoor Lounge

DECK 07

Laund -erette

Open view to Swimming Pool

11

Laund -erette

Pool Whirlpools Pool Bar & Grill Card Room The Panorama Lounge The Panorama Outdoor Lounge

DECK 09

07 06 05 04

DECK 11

11 10 09 08

Crew 376 Guests 540 Tonnage 36,009 Length 642 FT / 198.5 M Width 86 FT / 26.2 M Speed 19.5 Knots Built 2009

DECK 10

Jogging Track The Grill


SILVER MUSE SHIP SPECIFICATIONS

DECK 11

Observation Lounge

Bar

1101 1002 1001

1005

1103 1105 1006 1007

1102

1106 1107 1008 1009

1104

1108 1109 1010

1003

1110 1111

1004

1112 1011

E E

1012

E E

Pool Grill

1115

Pool Bar

1114

Regina Margherita

E

E

Hot Rocks

E E

908

906

911

909

907

905

810 812

809 811

803 805 807

801

802

910 915

901

912 917

815 817 819 821 823

903

914 919

814 816 818 820 822

825 827 829 831 833

902

916

824 826 828 830 832

835 E E

836 838 840 842 844 846 848 850 852 854

E

E

E

856 858 860 862 864

E

857 859 861 863 865

847 849 851 853 855

843 845

837 839 841

834

904

Children’s Area Outdoor

804 806 808

918

925

921

927

923

924 929

920

926

922

928 931

E E

947

945

943

941

939

937

935

933

930

932 934 936 938 940 942

944 946

E E

Children’s Room

716

714

710 712

708

706

704

702

717

715

709 711

707

705

703

701

616

614

612

610

608

604 606

602

617

615

611

609

607

603 605

601

723

719 721

718 720

725

618 620 727 729

722

731

724 728

733

726 730

625 627 629 631

619 621 623

732

633

634 636

E

E

E

653 655 657 659 661 663

637 639 641 643 645 647 649 651

635

622 624 626 628 630

739 741

E E

743 745

638 640 642 644 646 648 650

E

Beauty Salon

Thermal Suite

Whirlpool

Aerobics Studio

The Spa

E

E

632

747 749 751 753 755

652 654 656 658 660 662

735 737 E E

E

Restaurant 8

757 759 761 763 765 767

734 736

738 740 742 744 746 748 750 752 754

E

756 758 760 762 764 766

E

DECK 05

E

Boutique

Conference/ Card Room

Connoisseur’s Corner

Fitness Centre

522

516 518 520

508 510 512 514

504 506

502

529

525 527

523

517 519 521

507 509 511 515

503 505

501

E E

524 526

Main Bar

Cruise Consultant

E

E

Shore Concierge

528

Reception

E

E

The Theatre

Stage

E E

7 Restaurant

7 Bar

Kabuki

E

E

405

407

409

411 415

417

Atlantide Restaurant

Atlantide Bar

La Grande Dame

E

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Suite diagrams shown are for illustration purposes only and may vary from actual square footage. Please refer to suite specifications for square footage.

Launderette

04

Launderette

06

La Terrazza

DECK 04

Launderette

05

Owner’s Suite Grand Suite Royal Suite Silver Suite Deluxe Veranda Superior Veranda Classic Veranda Connecting Suites 3rd Guest Capacity Wheelchair Accessible

Steam Rooms and Saunas

Atlantide Restaurant 7 Kabuki Restaurant La Grande Dame Restaurant

The Library

DECK 06

Launderette

07

Reception / Guest Relations Shore Concierge Main Bar The Theatre Cruise Consultant

Panorama Lounge

La Terrazza Restaurant 8

Laund -erette

08

The Spa at Silversea Beauty Salon The Fitness Centre

Bar

The Connoisseur’s Corner Boutiques The Library Conference / Card Room

Launderette

Jogging Track

DECK 09

Launderette

Whirlpool Area

DECK 08

Launderette

09

DECK 07

Pool

10

The Panorama Lounge Children’s Room & Outdoor Area

Open view to Swimming Pool

11

Pool Whirlpools Hot Rocks Pool Bar & Grill Whirlpool Area

11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04

Crew 411 Guests 596 Tonnage 40,700 Length 698 FT / 212.8 M Width 86 FT / 27 M Speed 19.8 Knots Built 2017

The Observation Lounge Regina Margherita Jogging Track

DECK 10

SUITE CATEGORIES


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WITH our COMPLIMENTS A chilled flute of champagne welcomes you. Bvlgari soaps await in your suite. Your butler helps you unpack. And in the open bars and lounges, fine wines and spirits complement the convivial conversation of our cosmopolitan guests. The wonderfully relaxed lifestyle aboard our ships is due, in no small part, to the freedom of not having to reach for the bill. So enjoy — with our compliments. WiFi and onboard gratuities. The beverages for your in-suite bar. A firm or soft mattress for your bed. Stimulating lectures by destination experts. And on our expedition ships, all activities with guides aboard and ashore.

ALL-INCLUSIVE LIFESTYLE • Intimate, ultra-luxury ships for just 100 to 596 guests

• Free WiFi throughout the ship • Champagne, wines and spirits served throughout the ship

• All ocean-view suites, 85% with verandas • Butler service for every suite

• In-suite bar with your preferred beverages

• Open-seating and speciality restaurants

• Exclusive partnership with Relais & Châteaux and Slow Food

• Extraordinary service ratio of nearly one-to-one

• Included onboard gratuities • Transportation is provided to the local town in ports outside of walking distance

• The highest space ratios at sea

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YOUR SANCTUARY at SEA After a day of museum visiting in St. Petersburg, zip-lining in Mauritius or whale-watching in Alaska, you’re warmly welcomed back on board like a long-lost friend. And when you enter your suite, everything is meticulously groomed, everything perfectly in place. Thick terry towels and designer toiletries in the bath? Certainly. The feather pillows you requested and Pratesi linens on your beds? Of course. Another bottle of Sauvignon Blanc and a few extra bottles of water? No problem. Your ice bucket is full and crystal flutes await the celebratory gesture. Ask your butler to bring some hors d’oeuvres as you step out on your veranda for a breath of fresh ocean air. Or have him reserve a private car for your next port of call. Around the world and around the clock, your butler is available to pamper you with countless services. So relax. Settle in. Enjoy.

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PREPARE to BE SPOILT Catering to your every desire. Uncommon attention to detail. Ensuring that you feel free from all responsibilities. No wonder that year after year, Silversea wins the highest accolades in the industry. And it’s not only because our crew/guest service ratio is one of the very highest at sea. Our experienced and highly trained staff delight in making each guest feel pampered with attentive and sometimes intuitive service rendered in discreet and seamless ways. There’s the bartender who knows you prefer your martini shaken not stirred, the deck attendant who hands you a towel as you exit the pool, the chef who surprises you with a smile and your favourite soufflé prepared à la minute. It is this carefree lifestyle, this delicious sense of freedom and well-being that is the very essence of the Silversea experience. An experience that leaves you yearning for more.

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INGREDIENTS of EXCELLENCE A key component of Italian culture, fine dining has been a centrepiece of the Silversea experience since the very beginning. Partnerships with such high-profile names as Relais & Châteaux and Slow Food keep us at the cutting edge of the culinary scene, and we are continually pushing the boundaries with local, traceable, sustainable and other ethical food trends. Thanks to the size of our ships, our chefs can source produce and seafood directly from the ports we visit. Our menus always include a choice of ocean-fresh fish, crisp salads, prime cuts and vegetarian options. This year there’s a new raw bar and gelato bar. And we’re particularly delighted to present dessert creations by the winner of the 2015 Pastry World Championship, Fabrizio Donatone. What do we serve? What do you prefer? Our master chefs prepare a global range of inventive creations and regional specialities, all artfully presented with every micro-green morsel perfectly in place. There’s also a generous choice of fine wines from some of the world’s foremost wine regions. Or inveterate wine buffs can choose from our premium list of Connoisseur Wines — a Bordeaux Grand Cru, a Barolo label or a Napa Valley cabernet, just to name a few. Whether you prefer to sip and savour your repast at an indoor or outdoor dining venue, or served course-by-course in the privacy of your suite, as always at Silversea, the choice is yours.

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EUROPE

AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

EUROPEAN RESERVATIONS

Level 3 21 Palmer Street London, SW1H 0AD, UK T +44 (0) 845 835 0078 F +44 (0) 844 770 9060

Gildo Pastor Center 7, Rue du Gabian 98000 Monaco T +377 9770 2424

THE AMERICAS

GERMANY, SWITZERLAND & AUSTRIA

Suite 1, Level 8 8 Spring Street Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia T +61 2 9255 0600 F +61 2 9252 0100

Austria T +43 (1) 92 87 8 97 Belgium T +32 24011432 Denmark T +45 70 236 236 Finland T +358 9 2319 5040 France T +33 170 709622 Germany T +49 (69) 22 22 1 22 83 Italy T +39 800 732 732 Luxembourg T +352 248 71142 Netherlands T +31 20 7139298 Norway T +47 210 33 400 Spain T +34 938 001 962 Sweden T +46 8 50 6854 93 Switzerland T +41 (44) 580 71 81

333 Avenue of the Americas Suite 2600 Miami, FL 33131, USA T +1 800 722 9955 T +1 954 522 2299 From Brazil T +0 800 892 1812 From Mexico T +1 866 554 9190

Taubenstrasse 1 60313 Frankfurt Germany T +49 69 920 39 9340

Australia T 1300 306 872 New Zealand T 0800 701 427 ASIA

62A Tras Street Singapore 079001 T +65 6223 7066 F +65 6223 7960

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GO EXPLORE INTRODUCING SILVERSEA EXPEDITIONS A voyage with Silversea expeditions is thrilling, awe-inspiring and humbling all at the same time. It is for the curious traveller who longs to delve beyond the surface of the places they visit to uncover the hidden treasures unique to each. You’ll attend lectures and briefings by an expedition team of the highest calibre. Then explore by Zodiac®, kayak, or on foot, going further and getting closer to nature, wildlife and intriguing cultures. From the raw beauty of Antarctica to the tribes of Papua New Guinea, Silversea can transport you to the most remote and amazing places on the planet. But no matter where you go, you’ll enjoy a uniquely enriching experience, expanding your global perspective and prompting you to re-evaluate what really matters.

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Kamchatka, Russia

EXPLORE THE REMOTE AND REMARKABLE Whether it’s attending a briefing, exploring by Zodiac, or hiking on terra firma, a voyage with Silversea Expeditions will immerse you immediately in your destination. One day you could be snorkelling with sea turtles, the next day blazing a trail through an old growth rainforest while Long-tailed macaques screech overhead. And every year we add new and intriguing destinations — some so isolated and remote they have yet to surface on the radar screen. In 2017 we’re pleased to debut over 80 ports including 12 new islands in the nutrient-rich Bering Sea, a treasure-trove of wildlife and scenic wonders. Further north, the Andaman Islands were closed to foreign travellers for many years and remain untouched and spectacular. We are particularly delighted to be the first cruise line to call at Bangladesh, visiting wildlife sanctuaries in the Sundarbans, home to the Bengal tiger. For many modern-day adventurers, Antarctica represents the final frontier and this year both Silver Explorer and Silver Cloud will be winding through the glacial waters of the White Continent. Or you can sail across the top of the world to marvel at polar bears, vast herds of caribou, and enormous colonies of seabirds that thrive in these frozen regions.

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Sea of Okhotsk, Russia

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ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY WITH IBG Silversea Expeditions and the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) have joined forces to spread knowledge collated from centuries of scientific exploration. Founded nearly 200 years ago to advance geographical science, the Society, whose patron is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, will share some of the world’s most important geographical research and archive material. The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) is a respected professional body for geography and geographers and is one of the largest societies of its kind in the world, as well as the biggest in Europe. The Society has been a notable supporter and communicator of the work of explorers and scientists, including that of Charles Darwin, David Livingstone, Robert Scott, Sir Ernest Shackleton and Sir Edmund Hillary. 01 Sitka from Baranov Castle. Unknown photographer, c. 1890s. 02 Passage through the ice. June 16th 1818, Lat. 70. 44 N. From the book ‘Voyage of discovery in H.M. Ships Isabella and Alexander, for the purpose of exploring Baffin’s Bay and inquiring into the probability of a North-West Passage’ by John Ross; London, 1819

Dating back as far as 1472, there are more than two million items in the Society’s historic collection. Silversea Expeditions guests will benefit from a wide range of specialist visual and written content from the Society, enabling guests to learn even more about their expedition destination.

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BIRDING EXPEDITIONS Guests will discover and study a large variety of bird species and also enjoy onboard lectures led by an ornithologist. CULINARY EXPEDITIONS Silversea Expeditions offers an epicurean journey to discover some of the most authentic cuisine Europe has to offer. DIVING EXPEDITIONS Together with our Expedition Team and Dive Masters, experienced divers have the opportunity to see the top diving sites of Asia Pacific, Indian Ocean and the South Pacific. PHOTOGRAPHY EXPEDITIONS Enjoy onboard lectures, workshops and receive informal tips to help you get the best out of your photography equipment and capture some of nature’s unexpected moments. WELLNESS EXPEDITIONS Guests can participate in a complete onboard programme including Yoga, stretching classes, spa treatments and healthy menus all supported by our wellness partner, Technogym®.

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INDULGE YOUR SPECIAL PASSION Whether you are a keen photographer, a wine connoisseur, or would go to the ends of the earth to spot a yellow-eyed penguin, you can indulge your special interest in some of the world’s most remote destinations on a themed expedition with Silversea. Led by professional experts, our speciality expeditions include guest speakers, in-depth enrichment programmes and theme-related experiences — diving to explore underwater flora and fauna; photography workshops to capture memorable moments; wine-tastings, food demonstrations, culinary tours and more. Plus the delight of making new friends with fellow guests with interests similar to your own. This is the joy of expedition cruising. Incredible scenery that awakens the photographer, untouched coral reefs that beckon the diver, Michelin-starred restaurants and exotic aromas to entice the culinary connoisseur … whatever you love to do, there is a themed expedition that can satisfy your passion in a highly personal and immersive way.


EXPERTS BY YOUR SIDE Between 11 and 19 qualified specialists will be on hand during every voyage and shore excursion. They’ll give lectures, run workshops, lead Zodiac trips and guide nature walks. All are leaders in their field, carefully chosen for their enthusiasm and ability to share their knowledge and insights. You’ll find our experts’ passion for their subjects quite infectious.

SPECIALIST EXPERTISE Silversea Expeditions have the highest expedition team to guests ratio in the expedition cruising industry. We select the world’s most knowledgeable and experienced specialists and each voyage is led by an experienced Expedition Leader. Depending on the destination, the team includes these disciplines: • Anthropologist • Botanist • Cultural expert • Dive master • Ecologist / Conservation Specialist • General Naturalist • Geologist • Historian • Marine Biologist • Ornithologist • Photographer OUR TEAM OF EXPERTS Full details of the vast range of experts in our team are available on our website. You’ll find some of them listed here.

CLAIRE ALLUM

Marine Biologist and Dive Master Inspired by her Japanese/ Norwegian/British upbringing, Kit has shared her love of wild places, marine life, and remote cultures since 1999 as a naturalist, lecturer, and Zodiac skipper.

CLAUDIA HOLGATE

CHRISTIAN WALTER

Environmentalist Former South African international fencer Claudia has worked for the UN and lectured at Monash University on climatology. A lifelong polar passion inspires her to share her love for earth’s finest places.

Historian Swiss-born and Germanbred, Christian travelled extensively in Chile and studied Easter Island’s petroglyphs. An anthropology, archaeology, history and art expert, he specialises in exploration history and Pacific Island art.

LUKE KENNY

Fisheries Expert and Marine Biologist. Luke’s CV includes Irish Sea Deep Water Observer and Falklands Fisheries Biologist: two years amid abundant wildlife was simply life-changing. His next adventure? High-latitude oceanography and glaciology research.

ROBIN AIELLO

Marine Biologist & Ecotourism Specialist Harvard graduate Robin leads scientific expeditions to exotic oceans, amid Antarctic ice, Caribbean corals, and Minke whales. She lectures at the Smithsonian and has won the International Earth Ambassador award.

KIT VAN WAGNER

Anthropologist After living in the Ecuadorian jungle, excavating in the Peruvian highlands, and surveying Asante sites in Ghana, Claire believes ancient civilisations learned through exploration as much as we do.

JUAN CARLOS RESTREPO

KARA WELLER

Expedition Leader and Biologist Wildlife-lover Kara grew up watching Alaskan moose and bears. Her research — from mouflon sheep to Bering Sea whales — for universities and US National Parks complements her extensive ecotourism experience.

Senior Expedition Leader Andean-born Juan has a Geology Masters and a passion for the outdoors. When not in Antarctica and the Arctic lecturing on geology, he enjoys paragliding and motorbike touring.

Please note that the Expedition Team is subject to change and cancellation.

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SILVER CLOUD EXPEDITIONS DISTINCTIONS • Highest space ratio — 84 Sq. Ft. (7.8 M2) / guest • Highest service ratio in Antarctica — virtually one-to-one • Five dining options — more than any other ice class ship • All ocean-view suites with butler service • 80% suites with private verandas • Two-story state-of-the-art lecture theatre

THE LUXURY YOU WANT … THE ADVENTURE YOU DREAM OF INTRODUCING SILVER CLOUD EXPEDITIONS After an extensive refurbishment, your favourite ship will be the most luxurious Ice class ship in Antarctica. Along with more dining options, her service and space ratios are the highest in expedition cruising. And she is superbly designed to capture the magnificent scenery with panoramic public rooms, broad decks, and verandas in most suites so that breaching whales or cavorting penguins are never far from view.

• Dedicated polar library • Polar boutique • 18 Zodiacs and 19 guides • Onboard activities include lectures, briefings, recaps, discussion groups, photography workshops • Complimentary down-filled parka and backpack

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Purpose-built with an 1C ice class hull, Silver Cloud can carry up to 260 guests. But when in Antarctica, we’ve chosen to limit her complement to a maximum of 200 guests. That’s important, since crowds reduce the number of landings permitted in this fragile environment. And with 18 new state-of-the-art Zodiacs, you’ll have plenty of opportunities for exploring the wonders ashore.


SILVER CLOUD EXPEDITIONS — ANTARCTICA VOYAGES DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

SILVER CLOUD — 200 GUESTS 15 NOV

16

1720

BUENOS AIRES > 2 Days at Sea > Puerto Madryn > Day at Sea > New Island > West Point Island > Port Stanley > Day at Sea > Elephant Island > Cruise and explore Antarctica Peninsula (5 Days) > Drake Passage (2 Days) > USHUAIA

01 DEC

10

1721

USHUAIA > Drake Passage (2 Days) > Cruise and explore Antarctica Peninsula (5 Days) > Drake Passage (2 Days) > USHUAIA

11 DEC

10

1722

USHUAIA > Drake Passage (2 Days) > Cruise and explore Antarctica Peninsula (5 Days) > Drake Passage (2 Days) > USHUAIA

21 DEC

19

1723

USHUAIA > Day at Sea > New Island > West Point Island > Port Stanley > 2 Days at Sea > South Georgia (3 Days) > 2 Days at Sea > Elephant Island > Cruise and explore Antarctica Peninsula (5 Days) > Drake Passage (2 Days) > USHUAIA

HIGHLIGHTS • Marvel at blinding white snowfields and diamond-blue icebergs • Watch for Peale’s dolphins and the distinctive Commerson’s dolphin on West Point Island • Hike up rocky cliffs to a penguin rookery on New Island, a wildlife and nature preserve • Encounter vast rookeries of rockhopper, gentoo, Magellanic, chinstrap and Adelie penguins • Spot seals — Antarctic fur seal, Weddell seal, leopard seal and crabeater seal

Silver Cloud exceeds all environmental protocols including those set by the National Science Foundation, Environmental Protection Agency, and Antarctic Treaty Party nations.

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit

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ANTARCTICA It is the journey of a lifetime in the truest sense of these words. To revel in the awe-inspiring beauty and overwhelming power of nature, to admire the staggering profusion of wildlife, and to meet the personal challenge of reaching the Earth’s last great wilderness frontier — this is the allure of Antarctica and her islands.

South Georgia, Antarctica

HIGHLIGHTS • Marvel at spectacular iceberg sculptures and calving glaciers • Set foot on the continent of Antarctica • Encounter vast rookeries of penguins and seals • Watch for whales including humpback, minke, orca, pilot, and beaked • Visit historic sites of the early explorers and the remains of whaling operations • Go birding in pelagic wonderlands

Neko Harbour, Antarctica

DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

Cuverville, Antarctica

Lemaire Channel, Antarctica

PORTS

SILVER EXPLORER — 132 GUESTS 09 JAN

18

7701

USHUAIA > Day at Sea > Steeple Jason Island > West Point Island > Port Stanley > 2 Days at Sea > South Georgia (3 days) > 2 Days at Sea > Elephant Island > Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (4 Days) > Drake Passage (2 Days) > USHUAIA

27 JAN

10

7702

USHUAIA > Drake Passage (2 Days) > Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 Days) > Drake Passage (2 Days) > USHUAIA

06 FEB

10

7703

USHUAIA > Drake Passage (2 Days) > Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 Days) > Drake Passage (2 Days) > USHUAIA

16 FEB

10

7704

USHUAIA > Drake Passage (2 Days)> Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 Days) > Drake Passage (2 Days) > USHUAIA

26 FEB

10

7705

USHUAIA > Drake Passage (2 Days) > Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 Days) > Drake Passage (2 days) > USHUAIA

08 MAR

22

7706

USHUAIA > Day at Sea > Steeple Jason Island > West Point Island > Port Stanley > 2 Days at Sea > South Georgia (4 days) > 4 Days at Sea > Gough Island > Tristan De Cunha > Nightingale Island > 4 Days at Sea > CAPE TOWN

20 NOV

18

7726

USHUAIA > Day at Sea > West Point Island > Saunders Island > Port Stanley > 2 Days at Sea > South Georgia (3 days) > 2 Days at Sea > Elephant Island > Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (4 days) > Drake Passage (2 days) > USHUAIA

08 DEC

10

7727

USHUAIA > Drake Passage (2 days) > Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 days) > Drake Passage (2 days) > USHUAIA

18 DEC

18

7728

USHUAIA > Day at Sea > West Point Island > Saunders Island > Port Stanley > 2 Days at Sea > South Georgia (3 days) > 2 Days at Sea > Elephant Island > Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (4 days) > Drake Passage (2 days) > USHUAIA

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ARCTIC Revel in the raw beauty and wildlife of the Arctic, home of polar bears, walruses, whales and vast numbers of caribou and seabirds. Follow in the path of explorers who sought the Northwest Passage and Vikings who sailed to conquer new lands. Join us as we explore the unsullied whiteness of this majestic frontier.

Scoresby Sund, Greenland

HIGHLIGHTS • Cruise amidst pristine landscapes of rugged mountains, glaciers, icebergs and deep into fjords • Search for polar bears, walrus, seals and Arctic fox • Observe seabirds such as auks, puffins, fulmars, eiders, terns and skuas • Watch for whales including minke, beluga and narwhals • Marvel at Iceland’s geothermal landscapes of geysers, sulphur pits and boiling mud pots, and soak in a hot spring

Svalbard, Norway

Svalbard, Norway

Blue Lagoon, Iceland

DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

SILVER EXPLORER — 132 GUESTS 30 JUN

12

7713

REYKJAVIK > Isafjordur > Vigur Island > Siglufjordur > Grimsey Island > Husavik > Day at Sea > Jan Mayen > Day at Sea > Cruise and explore Svalbard (5 days) > LONGYEARBYEN/OSLO

12 JUL

7

7714

LONGYEARBYEN/OSLO > Cruise and explore Svalbard (6 days) > LONGYEARBYEN/OSLO

19 JUL

10

7715

LONGYEARBYEN/OSLO > Cruise and explore Svalbard (7 days) > Bear Island > TROMSØ

29 JUL

10

7716

TROMSØ > Day at Sea > Bear Island > Cruise and explore Svalbard (7 days) > LONGYEARBYEN/OSLO

08 AUG

14

7717

LONGYEARBYEN/OSLO > Cruise and explore Svalbard (5 days) > 2 Days at Sea > Cruise and explore Scoresby Sund (4 days) > Ittoqqortoormiit > Day at Sea > REYKJAVIK

22 AUG

9

7718

REYKJAVIK > Day at Sea > Skjoldungen Fjord (Thyrms Glacier) > Cruise Prins Christian Sund > Aappilattoq > Nanortalik > Uunartoq Island > Qaqortoq (Julianehåb) > Hvalsey > Day at Sea > Nuuk > Maniitsoq > KANGERLUSSUAQ

31 AUG

15

7719

KANGERLUSSUAQ > Sissimiut > Saqqaq > Eqip Sermia Glacier > Ilulissat > 2 Days at Sea > Iqaluit > Lower Savage Islands > Akpatok Island > Torngat Mountains National Park > Day at Sea > L’Anse aux Meadows > Woody Point > Iles-de-la-Madeleine > St. Pierre > ST. JOHN’S

Overnight in Port

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit

Birding Expedition

Photography Expedition

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RUSSIAN FAR EAST Discover the Russian Far East, a geothermal hot spot and one of the most biologically rich parts of the planet. Explore the Kuril Islands with their volcanic landscapes and vast populations of seabirds and marine animals. And search for the brown bear on the Kamchatka Peninsula along rivers of spawning salmon.

HIGHLIGHTS • Marvel at spectacular natural landscapes, pristine tundra and massive volcanoes • Travel along the historic routes of explorers and traders • Be on the lookout for rare wildlife including the western grey whale and Steller sea lion • Photograph a variety of wildlife including walrus, fur seal, otter, red fox and the enormous Kamchatka brown bear • Cruise and explore by Zodiac, watching for walrus and sea otters Kamchatka, Russia

© Sergey Frolov

Chukotka, Russia

DATE

Kuril Islands, Russia

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

SILVER DISCOVERER — 120 GUESTS 21 JUN

17

9715

HAKODATE > Day at Sea > Korsakov > Tyuleniy Island > Chirpoy Island > Yankicha Island > Matua Island > Lovyshki Islands > Makanrushi Island > Atlasova Island > Petropavlovsk (Kamchatsky) > Zupanova River > Nikolskoye > Tymlat Village > Uznaya Bay > Lavrova Bay or Tintikyn Lagoon > Pyotr Bay > Bogoslof Island > Anastasiya Bay > Day at Sea > Provideniya > Cross International Date Line — gain a day > NOME

29 AUG

18

9720

OTARU > Korsakov > Day at Sea > Piltun Lagoon > Iona Island > Shantar Islands > Malminskie Island > Fedora Bay > Okhotsk City > Talan Island > Zavyalov Island > Utkholok Peninsula and Kvachina River > Day at Sea > Utashud Island > Petropavlovsk (Kamchatsky) > Atlasova Island > Matua Island > Yankicha Island > Chirpoy Island > Tyuleniy Island > Korsakov > OTARU

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ALASKA Take advantage of the mid-summer sun and travel on nature’s terms. This is one of the world’s great journeys, an expedition that beckons nature lovers, history buffs and the intrepid explorer within. Marvel at spectacular natural landscapes, pristine tundra and massive volcanoes while cruising the coast for brown bears and western grey whales.

Kukak Bay, Alaska

HIGHLIGHTS • Identify countless birds: puffin, guillemot, cormorant, Steller’s sea eagle, brown-headed thrush, Siberian rubythroat and more • Marvel at spectacular natural landscapes, pristine tundra and massive volcanoes • Travel along the historic routes of explorers and traders • Be on the lookout for rare wildlife including the western grey whale and Steller’s sea lion • Photograph a variety of wildlife including walrus, fur seal, otter, red fox and the brown bear

Dutch Harbor, Alaska

DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

Geographic Harbor, Alaska

Aleutian Islands, Alaska

PORTS

SILVER DISCOVERER — 120 GUESTS 11 AUG

17

9719

Birding Expedition

SEWARD > Holgate Glacier > Chiswell Islands > Kukak Bay > Geographic Harbor > Semidi Islands > Chignik > Unga Village > Dutch Harbor > Chagulak Island > Seguam Island > Atka Island > Kiska Harbor > Attu Island > Cross International Date Line — lose a day > Day at Sea > Petropavlovsk (Kamchatsky) > Shumshu Island > Atlasova Island > Matua Island > Yankicha Island > Chirpoy Island > Tyuleniy Island > Korsakov > OTARU Photography Expedition

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AUSTRALIA In the northwest corner of the world’s smallest continent is a land of overwhelming vastness and stunning natural splendour. The ruggedness of its sun-scorched gorges and numerous cascading waterfalls perfectly capture the dual nature of this remote treasure, while its rich Aboriginal presence dates back 40,000 years. Equal parts lush and raw, it is a place of both unforgiving terrain and unforgettable beauty.

HIGHLIGHTS* • Witness the spectacular tidal change at Montgomery Reef • Discover the Kimberley’s ancient and mysterious rock art • Look for the white-bellied sea eagle, osprey, brahminy kite and peregrine falcon • View King George’s towering twin falls

King George Falls, The Kimberley

• Experience the sheer vastness and power of Mitchell Falls on an optional helicopter flight • Complimentary flight over the Bungle Bungles

Crocodile Creek, The Kimberley

DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

Bungle Bungle, Western Australia

Hunter River, The Kimberley

PORTS

SILVER DISCOVERER — 120 GUESTS 26 MAR

11

9707

BENOA (BALI) > Kodi > Komodo > Pink Beach > Savu > Day at Sea > Wyndham > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (5 days) > BROOME

06 APR

10

9708

BROOME > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (6 days) > Wyndham > Day at Sea > Selaru Island > DARWIN

16 APR

10

9709

DARWIN > Selaru Island > Day at Sea > Wyndham > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (6 days) > BROOME

26 APR

10

9710

BROOME > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (6 days) > Wyndham > Day at Sea > Selaru Island > DARWIN

06 MAY

10

9711

DARWIN > Selaru Island > Day at Sea > Wyndham > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (6 days) > BROOME

16 MAY

10

9712

BROOME > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (6 days) > Wyndham > Day at Sea > Selaru Island > DARWIN

*Highlights seen are subject to change depending on tidal conditions.

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ASIA Ujung Kulon is an earthly paradise waiting to be explored. Feel the heat from the active slopes of Mt. Krakatoa. Journey beyond Bali to unearth treasures rarely seen in Southeast Asia. Discover the Mergui archipelago with its hornbills, sea gypsies and coral reefs. Gaze amazed at the ancient temples of Bagan. Encounter the orangutans of Camp Leakey, or thread through the remote islands of Japan with their volcanic beauty and ancient wonders.

HIGHLIGHTS • Look for the white-bellied sea eagle, osprey, brahminy kite and many other birds • Visit a working pearl farm and get first-hand explanations on how pearls are produced Hiroshima, Japan

Belawan, Indonesia

• Marvel at spectacular historical constructions • Contemplate the solemn memorials of Hiroshima • Visit two of the “Three Famous Gardens” of Japan • Photograph the scarlet “floating” Torii gate — one of “The Three Views of Japan”

Lombok, Indonesia

Phuket, Thailand

DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

SILVER DISCOVERER — 120 GUESTS 11 FEB

16

9704

COLOMBO > Galle > Kirinda (Yala National Park) > Trincomalee > 2 Days at Sea > Haddo (Port Blair) > Ross Island > Henry Lawrence Island > Inglis Island > Port Blair > 2 Days at Sea > Chittagong > Maheskali Island > Hiron Point > Kokilmori > Charaputia > Harbaria > KOLKATA

27 FEB

14

9705

KOLKATA > Hiron Point > Kokilmori > Charaputia > Harbaria > Maheskali Island > Chittagong > 2 Days at Sea > Yangon > Day at Sea > Kyunn Tann Shey > Hastings Island > Kawthaung > PHUKET

13 MAR

13

9706

PHUKET > Ko Rawi > Ko Adang > Belawan (Gunung Leuser National Park) > Day at Sea > Pulau Weh > Banda Aceh > Suimeuliu Islands > Bawemataluwo > Padang (Cupek) > Day at Sea > Ujung Kulon National Park > Anak Krakatoa > Day at Sea > Sumenep > Probolinggo > BENOA (BALI)

16 SEP

11

9721

OTARU > Hakodate > Aomori (drop off Guests) > Noshiro (pick up Guests) > Sado Island > Kanazawa > Sakaiminato > Pohang > Ulsan > Moji > Hiroshima > Miya-jima > Okayama > KOBE

23 NOV

8

9726

BENOA (BALI) > Nara Bay (Lombok) > Probolinggo > Day at Sea > Kumai (Camp Leakey) Badas Islands > SINGAPORE

01 DEC

9

9727

SINGAPORE > Day at Sea > Belawan (Gunung Leuser National Park) > Ko Rawi > Kawthaung > Kyunn Mee Gee > Kyunn Tann Shey > Kyunn Phi Lar > Frost Island > Hastings Island > Kawthaung > PHUKET

10 DEC

12

9728

PHUKET > Kawthaung > Kyunn Tann Shey > Kyunn Phi Lar > Frost Island > Kawthaung > Ross Island > Henry Lawrence Island > Inglis Island > Port Blair > 2 Days at Sea > Trincomalee > Kirinda (Yala National Park) > Galle > COLOMBO

Overnight in Port

> Belitung Islands >

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Diving Expedition (for advanced divers approved prior to sailing

Photography Expedition

Wellness Expedition

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MICRONESIA, MELANESIA & POLYNESIA In an area that extends over three million square miles, the islands of Oceania support an incredible diversity of tribal cultures and a range of biodiversity that is simply astonishing. New Guinea has the most varied avifauna on the planet, while the coral reefs of Palau are one of the “Seven Underwater Wonders of the World.”

HIGHLIGHTS • See landscapes as varied as lagoons, coral reefs, forests, waterfalls, geysers and more • Experience first-class diving and snorkelling to see spectacular marine life, as well as a number of WWII wrecks • Enjoy discovering local tribes and learning about their crafts and customs • Observe indigenous flora and fauna that includes extraordinary marine life, flying foxes and the elusive bird of paradise

Koror, Palau

Ambrym Island, Vanuatu

Ngulu Atoll, Yap

DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

Tufi, Papua New Guinea

PORTS

SILVER DISCOVERER — 120 GUESTS 26 MAY

14

9713

DARWIN > Day at Sea > Kalabahi > Lamalerap Village > Lomblem Reef > Bau-Bau > Palopo (2 days) > Day at Sea > Anano Island > Kokoila Island > Day at Sea > Alyui Bay > Pulau Wayag > Day at Sea > Sonsorol Island > KOROR (PALAU)

09 JUN

12

9714

KOROR (PALAU) > Ngerekebesang Island > Colonia > Day at Sea > Saipan > Pagan > Maug Islands > Day at Sea > Chichijima > Tori-shima > Hachijo-Jima > Day at Sea > HAKODATE

04 OCT

14

9722

KOROR (PALAU) > Ngulu Atoll > Kolonia > 2 Days at Sea > Vanimo > Murik Lakes > Kopar Village > Madang > Tami Islands > Tufi > Fergusson Island > Dobo Island > Bodulan Islands > Njari Island > Pavuvu Island > HONIARA

18 OCT

7

9723

HONIARA > Marovo Lagoon > Roderick Bay and Mbike Island > Santa Ana > Utupua Island > Nembau Village > Champagne Beach > Ambrym Island > PORT VILA

25 OCT

15

9724

PORT VILA > Aniwa Island > Port Resolution > Makura Island > Ambrym Island > Day at Sea > Santa Ana > Mbike Island and Roderick Bay > Njari Island > Rabaul > Garove Island > Tami Islands > Tufi > Dei Dei Hot Springs > Dobo Island > Samarai Island > Day at Sea > CAIRNS

09 NOV

14

9725

CAIRNS > Lizard Island > Little Boydong Reef > Thursday Island > Day at Sea > Cruise and explore Asmat Region (2 days) > Triton Bay > Watubela Archipelago > Banda Néva > Pulau Ai > Day at Sea > Kalabahi > Savu > Kodi > BENOA (BALI)

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AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCEAN Cut off from the African mainland for millions of years, the breathtaking islands of the Indian Ocean greet visitors with white sands, crystal-clear waters and some of the most unique plants and animals on Earth. Madagascar is a biodiversity hotspot, while the Seychelles are a tropical paradise, home to the legendary Coco de Mer.

The Maldives

Zanzibar, Tanzania

HIGHLIGHTS • Go off-roading in 4x4 vehicles • Identify many rare endemic birds including the endangered damara tern • Swim and snorkel in the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean • Discover the surprising history and spices Zanzibar has to offer

La Digue, Seychelles

• See lemurs in Madagascar • Contemplate the sombre history of slave trade sites

Nosy Komba, Madagascar

DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

SILVER DISCOVERER — 120 GUESTS 03 JAN

13

9701

DAR ES SALAAM > Zanzibar > Day at Sea > Assumption Island > Cruise and explore Aldabra Atoll (3 days) > Mamoudzou > Hell-Ville (Nosy Be) > Ampangorinana (Nosy Komba) > Nosy Hara > Day at Sea > Nosy Mangabe > Masoala National Park > Day at Sea > La Possession > PORT LOUIS

16 JAN

14

9702

PORT LOUIS > La Possession > Day at Sea > Toamasina > Masoala National Park > Nosy Mangabe > Maroantsetra > Day at Sea > Nosy Hara > Assumption Island > Cruise and explore Aldabra Atoll (3 days) > Day at Sea > St. Joseph Atoll > Aride Island > Curieuse Island > MAHÉ

30 JAN

12

9703

MAHÉ > Praslin > La Digue > 3 Days at Sea > Hithadhoo > Maalhaveli > Hanifaru Bay > Olhugiri > Uligamu Island > Cochin Vilanjam > COLOMBO

>

SILVER EXPLORER — 132 GUESTS 30 MAR

18

7707

CAPE TOWN > Day at Sea > Lüderitz > Walvis Bay > Day at Sea > Namibe > Lobito > Luanda > Pointe Noire > Day at Sea > São Tomé > Bom Bom Island > Kribi > Limbe > Day at Sea > Cotonou > Lomé > TEMA (ACCRA)

17 APR

16

7708

TEMA (ACCRA) > Takoradi > Abidjan > 2 Days at Sea > Freetown > Day at Sea > Banjul > Dakar > Day at Sea > Ad Dakhla > Day at Sea > Las Palmas > Arrecife > Agadir > Safi > CASABLANCA

SILVER DISCOVERER — 120 GUESTS 22 DEC

17

9729

Overnight in Port

COLOMBO > Day at Sea > Uligamu Island > Hanifaru Bay > Olhugiri > Maalhaveli > Hithadhoo > 3 Days at Sea > Mahé Island > La Digue > Praslin > Desroches Island > Day at Sea > Cruise and explore Aldabra Atoll (2 days) > Day at Sea > Zanzibar > DAR ES SALAAM Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit

Diving Expedition (for advanced divers approved prior to sailing

Birding Expedition

Photography Expedition

Wellness Expedition

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NORTHERN EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES Sail from Iberia to the monuments and marvels of Normandy. Discover windswept isles in Scotland and the beauty of Welsh and Irish landscapes. Marvel at the puffins in the Faroe Islands and timeless charm of Icelandic fishing villages. These remarkable expeditions not only reveal the remote, but new dimensions of even the most familiar highlights of Europe.

HIGHLIGHTS • Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites • Explore the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao • Savour France’s Bordeaux wine region • Wander amidst beautiful subtropical gardens in the Channel Islands • Visit Iona Abbey, birthplace of Christendom in Scotland

Orkney Islands, Scotland

• Observe a variety of seabirds (guillemot, puffin, kittiwake and others) ashore or from our Zodiacs

Bordeaux, France

Waterford, Ireland

St. Kilda, Scotland

DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

SILVER EXPLORER — 132 GUESTS 20 MAY

11

7709

LISBON > Oporto (Leixões) > Vigo > Cies Islands > Day at Sea > Bilbao > Bordeaux Caen > HONFLEUR

08 JUN

11

7711

PORTSMOUTH > Tresco > Pembroke > Skomer Island > Waterford > Dublin > Douglas > Rathlin Island > Portrush > St. Kilda > Cruise by Stac an Armin > Armadale > Isle of Rum > Kirkwall > Aberdeen > LEITH

19 JUN

11

7712

> Cruise Bass Rock > Isle of May > Kirkwall > Lerwick > Isle of Noss > Torshavn > Mykines > Djupivogur > LEITH Grimsey Island > Akureyri > Isafjordur > Vigur Island > Latrabjarg Cliffs > Flatey Island > REYKJAVIK

18

Overnight in Port

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit

Birding Expedition

Culinary Expedition

Wellness Expedition

> Day at Sea > St. Peter Port > Saint-Malo

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CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA Imagine hiking through a cloud forest where charms of hummingbirds glitter peacefully, diving with a marine biologist among the remains of a shipwreck, or exploring the ruins of pre-Colombian cities with an archaeologist. From the Panama Canal to Andean Glaciers and Chilean Fjords, come marvel at the wonders of Central and South America — both the natural and the man-made. Pategonia, Chile

HIGHLIGHTS • See one of the the largest magnificent frigatebird colonies • Discover Colombia’s Pacific coast — visit Utria National Natural Park • Walk along tropical rainforest paths in search of rare birds and tree sloths

Easter Island, Chile

Darien Jungle, Panama

• Take a local canoe or Zodiac into the Darien Jungle to meet a remote Embera village community • Transit the Panama Canal • Learn of southern Chile’s native Mapuche, Spanish settlers and German immigrants

Panama Canal, Panama

DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

SILVER EXPLORER — 132 GUESTS 17 OCT

8

7723

COLÓN > Transit Panama Canal > Darién Jungle > Bahia Solano > Nuqui Harbor Machala > GUAYAQUIL

> Day at Sea > Isla de la Plata >

SILVER EXPLORER — 132 GUESTS 25 OCT

14

7724

GUAYAQUIL > Day at Sea > Isla Lobos de Tierra > Salaverry > Isla Guanape > Callao > Paracas > Day at Sea > Matarani > Arica > Day at Sea > Antofagasta > Isla Pan de Azucar > Isla Chanaral > Coquimbo > VALPARAÍSO

08 NOV

12

7725

VALPARAÍSO > Day at Sea > Niebla > Puerto Montt > Castro > Day at Sea > English Narrows > Pio XI Glacier > Puerto Natales > Punta Arenas > Garibaldi Glacier > USHUAIA

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Seymour Norte, Galápagos

THE ALL-INCLUSIVE SILVER GALAPAGOS EXPERIENCE Discover the wonders of the Galápagos combined with the comfort, convenience and value of an all-inclusive Silversea experience where every facet of your journey is included and every detail handled by our staff. Along with a sevenday voyage aboard the award-winning Silver Galapagos, fares also include flights to and from the mainland to the Islands, transfers, pre- and post-cruise hotel stays and even immigration processing and park entrance fees. ALL-INCLUSIVE PACKAGE INCLUDES: • Seven-day Galápagos Expedition aboard Silver Galapagos

• Evening tour of Quito’s historic city highlights

• Transfer from JW Marriott to the airport in Quito

• Roundtrip Economy Air between Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands

• Post-cruise hotel day room at Hotel Oro Verde in Guayaquil (for guests with flights after 10pm)

• Transfer between the airport and Silver Galapagos in Baltra

• Two-night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast at the Quito JW Marriott

• National Park, Ingala Transit Card and porterage fees

• Transfer from the airport to the hotel in Guayaquil • Transfer from the hotel to the airport in Guayaquil

OPTIONAL INTERNATIONAL AIR Enjoy Roundtrip Economy Air from select US / Canada gateways to Ecuador for as low as $199*

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GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS Explore Darwin’s Living Laboratory of Evolution. Gaze at creatures born from geographic isolation and the slow passage of time. Marine Iguanas perched on lava rocks. A small penguin diving in the surf. A giant tortoise feeding upon the only land it has ever called home. Flora and fauna endemic to these volcanic islands lying in the vastness of the Pacific. HIGHLIGHTS • Visit “Bird Island” home to over 30 bird species • Observe sea lion families and the famed giant tortoises Santa Cruz Island, Galápagos

Española, Galápagos

• Admire the antics of red-footed and blue-footed boobies • Swim, snorkel and kayak in tranquil, clear waters • See pelicans and penguins along the rocky shores • Swim with green sea turtles, sea lions and manta rays

Española, Galápagos

DATE

DAYS

San Cristóbal, Galápagos

• Encounter the largest colony of marine iguanas

PORTS

SILVER GALAPAGOS — 100 GUESTS — NORTHERN ITINERARY YEAR-ROUND

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BALTRA, GALÁPAGOS > Bahía Darwin, Genovesa > El Barranco, Genovesa > Seymour Norte > Bahía Sullivan > Rabida > El Eden, Santa Cruz > Rabida > Bahia > Galapaguera Cerro Colorado, San Cristóbal > Punta Pitt, San Cristóbal > Bahía Gardner, Española > Punta Suárez, Española > Estación Darwin & Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz > Plaza Sur > BALTRA, GALÁPAGOS

DATES / VOYAGES 14 JAN 28 JAN 25 FEB

8702 8704 8708

11 MAR 8710 25 MAR 8712 08 APR 8714

22 APR 06 MAY 20 MAY

8716 8718 8720

03 JUN 17 JUN 01 JUL

8722 8724 8726

15 JUL 29 JUL 12 AUG

8728 8730 8732

26 AUG 8734 07 OCT 8735 21 OCT 8737

04 NOV 8739 18 NOV 8741 02 DEC 8743

16 DEC 30 DEC

8745 8747

SILVER GALAPAGOS — 100 GUESTS — WESTERN ITINERARY YEAR-ROUND

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BALTRA, GALÁPAGOS > Isla Bartholomé > Playa Espumilla, Santiago > Punta Vicente Roca, Isabela > Punta Espinoza, Fernandina > Caleta Tagus, Isabela > Bahía Elizabeth, Isabela > Post Office, Floreana > Islote Campeon, Floreana > Punta Cormorant, Floreana > Galapaguera Cerro Colorado,San Cristóbal > Wizard Hill, San Cristóbal > Los Gemelos, Santa Cruz > Estación Darwin & Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz > BALTRA, GALÁPAGOS

DATES / VOYAGES 07 JAN 21 JAN 04 FEB

8701 8703 8705

18-FEB 8707 04 MAR 8709 18 MAR 8711

01 APR 15 APR 29 APR

8713 8715 8717

13 MAY 27 MAY 10 JUN

8719 8721 8723

24 JUN 08 JUL 22 JUL

8725 8727 8729

05 AUG 8731 19 AUG 8733 14 OCT 8736

28 OCT 8738 11 NOV 8740 25 NOV 8742

09 DEC 23 DEC

8744 8746

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit Galápagos itineraries are subject to change at any time due to circumstances beyond our control. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.

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OUR FLEET Follow in the wake of great explorers without straying too far from your butler. Get close to creatures of the wild without giving up your creature comforts. Our ships include a degree of luxury rarely seen in expedition cruising including spacious ocean-view suites with butler service, a choice of open-seating dining, and plenty of deck space for viewing the natural wonders. And all are outfitted with the latest safety, navigation and communication equipment. Silver Galapagos ......100 guests Silver Discoverer ......120 guests Silver Explorer...........132 guests Silver Cloud .............. 200 / 260 guests

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SILVER CLOUD (beginning November 2017) SHIP SPECIFICATIONS Crew 208 Guests 200 / 260 Tonnage 16,800 Length 514.14FT / 156.7M Width 70.62 FT / 21.5 M Speed 18 Knots Built 1994 Ice-class Rating 1C

09 08 07 06 05 04

DECK 09 The Fitness Centre Jogging Track

Pool

Pool Grill

E E

Pool Bar

E E

The Grill

08

Connoisseur’s Corner

La Terrazza The Spa at Silversea The Library Beauty Salon

Panorama Lounge

DECK 07

Open view to Swimming Pool

Fitness Centre

09

Zodiacs

Pool Whirlpools Pool Bar The Grill The Panorama Lounge The Connoisseur’s Corner

Jogging Track

DECK 08

DECK 06 704

705

703

614

612

610

608

606

604

602

615

611

609

607

605

603

601

701

706

709

707

702

708

711

710

712

715

719

714

721

717

718

716

720 723

725

727

729

E E The Spa Beauty Salon Sauna Sauna

722

724

726

734

07

736

The Library E E La Terrazza

The Show Lounge Conference / Card Room Internet Café Reception / Guest Relations Expedition Desk

DECK 05 The Bar Boutique

618

616

619

617

522

520

518

516

514

512

510

508

506

504

523

521

519

517

515

511

509

507

505

503

420

418

416

414

629

621

626

631

623

628

633

625

630

635

620

632

637

622

634

639

624

636

641

627

638

643

Cruise Consultant

Conference Card Room

Internet Café

640

E E Reception

Boutique 532

530

528

526

539 541

537

535

533

531

529

422

534

543

525

536 538

545

524

540

Lobby E E

527

04

E E

The Bar

05

542

SUITE CATEGORIES

E E

The Restaurant

Launderette 415 417

419

421

423 425

427 429

431

433

435

437

439

441

451

Le Champagne

443

E E

445 447 449

Owner’s Suite Grand Suite Royal Suite Silver Suite Midship Veranda Suite Veranda Suite Vista Suite Bathtub / Shower Combination Bathtub & Separate Shower 3rd Guest Capacity Connecting Suite Wheelchair Accessible

Lobby

Show Lounge

06

The Restaurant Le Champagne Launderette

Stage

DECK 04

Expedition Desk

E E

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SILVER EXPLORER SHIP SPECIFICATIONS Lloyd’s Register Ice-class Rating 1A Crew 117 Guests 132 Tonnage 6,072 Length 354 FT / 107.9M Width 52 FT / 15.8M Speed 14 Knots Refurbished 2014

07 06 05 04 03

DECK 07 Viewing Deck 700

702

704

701

703

705

E

07

Zodiacs

Observation Lounge The Theatre The Spa Outdoor Grill Whirlpools

Viewing Deck

DECK 06

DECK 05

E

The Bridge

507

501

509

500

506

503

508

511

502

510

513

504

512

E E

505

Library/ Internet Café

Connoisseur’s Corner

Panorama Lounge

05

416

414

412

410

408

425

423

421

419

417

415

413

411

409

407

320

318

316

314

312

310

308

306

304

302

323

321

319

317

315

313

311

309

307

305

303

402

418

322

404

420

427

E E

Medical Centre

E

E

Reception Lobby

Changing Room

403

Fitness Centre

405

Boutique

03

422

Beauty Salon

Launderette

04

The Restaurant

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Owner’s Suite Grand Suite Silver Suite Medallion Suite Expedition Suite Veranda Suite Vista Suite View Suite Explorer Suite Adventurer Suite 3rd Guest Capacity Fixed Queen Beds Connecting Suites

406

SUITE CATEGORIES

Observation Lounge

The Theatre

E

Whirlpool

The Restaurant Boutique Fitness Centre Beauty Salon Launderette

Lobby / Reception Medical Centre Changing Room

The Spa

06

DECK 04

DECK 03

Outdoor Grill

Whirlpool

The Bridge Library / Internet Café Connoisseur’s Corner Panorama Lounge


SILVER DISCOVERER SHIP SPECIFICATIONS Crew 96 Guests 120 Tonnage 5,218 Length 338 FT / 102.9M Width 51 FT / 15.4M Speed 14 Knots Refurbished 2014

07 06 05 04 03

DECK 07 Beauty & Massage Fitness Centre Sun Deck

E E

Fitness Centre

07

The Bridge

Massage Room

Zodiacs

Sun Deck

DECK 06

Beauty Salon

DECK 05 The Discoverer Lounge Pool The Grill The Bridge

605

610

606

603

608

604

602

E

06 607

601

653

651

The Explorer Lounge Lobby / Reception

652

650

DECK 04

DECK 03 The Restaurant Medical Centre Promenade

516

514

512

510

508

506

504

E

502

The Discoverer Lounge

E 501

503

505

507

509

511

513

515

402

404

406

408

410

412

414

416

401

403

405

407

409

411

413

415

302

304

306

308

301

303

305

307

Pool Grill

Medallion Suite Veranda Suite Vista Suite View Suite Explorer Suite 3rd Guest Capacity

Bar

05

Pool

SUITE CATEGORIES

Promenade

422

424

426

421

423

425

420

418

E Lobby

The Explorer Lounge

Reception

E

309

Medical Centre

The Restaurant

03

Zodiacs

04

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SILVER GALAPAGOS SHIP SPECIFICATIONS Crew 75 Guests 100 Tonnage 4,077 Length 289 FT / 88.16M Width 50 FT / 15.3M Speed 10 / 17 Knots Refurbished 2014

06 05 04 03 02

DECK 06 Beauty Salon Fitness Centre Whirlpool Massage Room

601

604

602

Massage Room

Beauty Salon Whirlpool

603

DECK 05

Pedicure

06 E

The Grill

Fitness Centre

DECK 04 Piano Bar

505

507

509

506

508

510

512

428

511

429

514

516

515

517

430

E

431

05

518

The Grill

Library Explorer Lounge Reception / Expedition Desk Snorkelling Area

519

DECK 03

DECK 02 The Restaurant Medical Centre

Promenade Deck

422

420

343

341

339

337

335

344

342

340

338

336

334

251

249

247

250

248

246

Library

345

Reception

E

Zodiacs

03

The Restaurant

02 E 252

Medical Centre

26

The Bridge

421

424

423

425

426

Promenade Deck

Explorer Lounge

*Suites accommodating three guests are subject to change. Please check with Silversea Cruises Reservations Department regarding suites which can accommodate a 3rd guest.

E

427

433

04

Silver Suite Deluxe Veranda Suite Veranda Suite Terrace Suite Explorer Suite 3rd Guest Capacity*

Snorkelling Equipment Area

Piano Bar

SUITE CATEGORIES


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OUR 2017 PROGRAMMES Along with exclusive experiences across all seven continents, we also offer exclusive, value-enhancing programmes. All programmes are capacity controlled and subject to availability. FARE GUARANTEE PROGRAMME Silversea’s Fare Guarantee Programme provides you with the peace of mind in knowing that when you plan ahead and book early, not only will you be able to reserve your desired suite, but you can also benefit from any future reduction in the Silver Privilege Fares for your voyage, upon request. SILVER PRIVILEGE FARES Book early for the best fares and availability; Silver Privilege Fares are structured to reward guests who book early with the best possible fare and the privilege of being able to select their desired suite when the best inventory is available. All Silver Privilege Fares shown are cruise-only per guest, based on double-occupancy. Availability of all suite categories cannot be guaranteed. Fares for single guests are available upon request. Additional restrictions may apply. ONBOARD SAVINGS Book your next voyage while you are sailing and save 5% on select voyages.

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EXTENDED VOYAGE SAVINGS Combine two or more consecutive voyages and enjoy a 5% additional benefit. SOLO TRAVELLERS Single fares are available on all voyages ranging from 25% – 100% above the double occupancy fare. VENETIAN SOCIETY SAVINGS A special circle of friends with exclusive privileges and prestigious benefits. Visit the Venetian Society pages of our website at venetiansociety.com, to find details about benefits, programmes and Venetian Society sailings.

L ook for this icon when choosing your voyage for additional Venetian Society benefit. REST ASSURED PROGRAMME On select 2017 voyages, enjoy peace of mind and the freedom to change your travel plans within the critical 1–120 days prior to sailing and receive a 100% Rest Assured Cruise Credit towards a future voyage. May not be available on all voyages or all suite categories. For full details, including pricing, terms and conditions, please visit silversea.com SILVER SKY AIR PROGRAMME The Silver Sky Air Programme extends Silversea’s premium level of service beyond

your ocean voyage for the ultimate ease in travel. Silversea maintains relationships with most international carriers to ensure that the best airfares and schedules are available in order to make travelling to and from your cruise as convenient as possible. Silversea’s standard air package includes roundtrip Economy Class air fare and transfers between the airport and pier on embarkation and disembarkation days. In conjunction with select flights, an overnight stay at a Silver Shore Hotel property will be added to the air package at the time of booking as an optional component and for an additional price. MY SILVERSEA Designed to make travel planning easier, My Silversea is a personal profile area which enables you to view and manage bookings, customise your onboard experience, arrange activities prior to your voyage, and access a host of additional features.

You will be able to pre-book speciality restaurant dinner reservations in advance (from 120 to 7 days prior to sailing), along with optional shore excursions, beauty, spa and fitness services. Members of the Venetian Society will now also be able to conveniently keep track of their past voyage history by logging into My Silversea, which can be accessed via silversea.com


TERMS & CONDITIONS All Silver Privilege Fares are cruise-only, available in US dollars, per guest, based on double occupancy. Fares are capacity controlled, and subject to change at any time without notice. Availability of all suite categories cannot be guaranteed. Fares for single guests are available upon request. Additional restrictions may apply. Silversea’s Fare Guarantee Programme applies only to guests booking Silver Privilege Fares. Guests will be eligible for reimbursement if the Silver Privilege Fare for their particular voyage and suite category is reduced after they have made a booking and deposit with Silversea and Silversea has received their written request for a fare adjustment prior to their sailing date. Requests for reimbursement received on or after the sailing date will be denied. Reimbursement provided under this guarantee will be in the form of a shipboard credit, suite upgrade, future cruise credit, fare reduction or other method. Silversea reserves the sole right to determine the method of reimbursement made to guests. The amount of reimbursement the guests receive will be determined by the difference between the Silver Privilege Fare actually paid by the guest and the Silver Privilege Fare displayed on Silversea.com the day the request is received by Silversea. SILVER SKY® AIR PROGRAMME Offered from 50+ U.S. and Canadian gateways. Silversea’s ability to offer air service from specific gateway cities is limited to airline scheduling and the availability of negotiated airfares. Airfares negotiated by Silversea limit your ability to exchange, endorse or make changes to air tickets. Silversea reserves the right to select the air carrier, routing and layover city if necessary and reserves the right to substitute charter flights for scheduled service and scheduled service for charter flights. Airfares may be revised upwards or downwards at any time prior to flight confirmation, are limited to certain classes of service as specified by each airline partner contract, are subject to availability and may not apply during holiday periods. Silversea reserves the right to change inclusive items as needed including private vs. group transfer, and any other item that may be designated as part of the Air Programme package. In providing air arrangements, Silversea acts only as an agent on the guest’s behalf and does not operate, control or supervise any airline and will not be held responsible for carriers failing to meet schedules whether or not air schedules/tickets were issued by Silversea. Final payment and full passport details are due prior to ticket issuance and release of documents. Silversea reserves the right to modify the Silver Sky Air Programme procedures and fees at any time without notice.

it may become mandatory for guests sailing on Silver Cloud (on/after November 15, 2017), Silver Explorer and Silver Discoverer to purchase a Silversea air charter package (“Air Charter Package(s))”. If an Air Charter Package is required, the charter flight will be in economy class and will include the transfers from the airport to ship and ship to the airport. Silversea will make the final determination of the necessity of a charter flight 120 days prior to the voyage departure date. For full terms and conditions please see our website at www.silversea.com/ terms-conditions/air-programme. All-inclusive Silver Galapagos Experience: $199 Roundtrip Economy Air from the United States/ Canada to Ecuador (Zones 1 and 2, select Eastern/Central U.S. gateways) and $299 Roundtrip Economy Air from the United States/Canada to Ecuador (Zone 3, select West Coast gateways) applies to new Silver Galapagos bookings made on or after March 31, 2015, and sailing after July 1, 2015. Offer valid for bookings made at least 60 days prior to departure. Offer for bookings made within 60 days of departure will be on request and pricing may vary. Airfares are capacity controlled, subject to availability and may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice. Roundtrip Economy Air offer available from select U.S. air gateways only and pricing may vary depending on departure city. Offer applies to the first two full-fare guests per booking. Air deviation fees apply at a rate of $100 per request plus additional air costs. Airline and routing are at the sole discretion of Silversea. Full passport information is required at time of booking and name changes are not permitted. Silversea reserves the right to correct any errors or omissions. Not combinable with any other promotional offer. All advertised savings, offers, programmes and itineraries are subject to change without notice. Additional restrictions may apply. Silversea reserves the right to correct any errors or omissions. Visit silversea.com for full offer details and complete Terms and Conditions. This brochure may contain inadvertent technical or factual inaccuracies and typographical errors. Silversea reserves the right to correct errors and omissions at any time without prior notice, and to cancel any offered product, service, programme, reward, savings, credit, amenity, etc. in the event of any error or omission in the description, including pricing and availability. Ships’ registry: Bahamas and Ecuador.

Unlimited internet access is available for guests booked on voyages departing on or after January 1, 2016 in Medallion, Silver, Royal, Grand, and Owner’s suites aboard Silver Cloud, Silver Wind, Silver Shadow, Silver Whisper, Silver Spirit and Silver Muse; Expedition, Medallion, Silver, Grand, and Owner’s suites on Silver Explorer; Veranda, Deluxe Veranda and Silver suites on Silver Galapagos; Vista, Veranda, and Medallion suites on Silver Discoverer. One hour internet access per guest/per day applies for those guests booked in Vista, Terrace, and Veranda suites on Silver Cloud, Silver Wind, Silver Shadow, Silver Whisper, Silver Spirit and Silver Muse; Adventurer, Explorer, View, Vista and Veranda suites aboard Silver Explorer; Explorer and Terrace suites on Silver Galapagos; Explorer and View suites on Silver Discoverer. Additional internet packages are available for purchase. WiFi service is not guaranteed. Silversea is not responsible if WiFi service is not available. No credit or other compensation will be provided should WiFi service not be available or should the WiFi allowance go unused. Programme subject to change. Expedition Highlights and wildlife described in this brochure are possible experiences only and cannot be guaranteed. Galápagos itineraries are subject to change at anytime by the National Park of Galápagos (NPG). To facilitate travel to certain remote embarkation/debarkation ports

THE AMERICAS

EUROPE

AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

EUROPEAN RESERVATIONS

333 Avenue of the Americas Suite 2600 Miami, FL 33131, USA T +1 800 722 9955 T +1 954 522 2299 From Brazil T +0 800 892 1812 From Mexico T +1 866 554 9190

Gildo Pastor Center 7, Rue du Gabian 98000 Monaco T +377 9770 2424

Suite 1, Level 8 8 Spring Street Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia T +61 2 9255 0600 F +61 2 9252 0100

Austria T +43 (1) 92 87 8 97 Belgium T +32 24011432 Denmark T +45 70 236 236 Finland T +358 9 2319 5040 France T +33 170 709622 Germany T +49 (69) 22 22 1 22 83 Italy T +39 800 732 732 Luxembourg T +352 248 71142 Netherlands T +31 20 7139298 Norway T +47 210 33 400 Spain T +34 938 001 962 Sweden T +46 8 50 6854 93 Switzerland T +41 (44) 580 71 81

UNITED KINGDOM

Level 3 21 Palmer Street London, SW1H 0AD, UK T +44 (0) 845 835 0078 F +44 (0) 844 770 9060

GERMANY, SWITZERLAND & AUSTRIA

Taubenstrasse 1 60313 Frankfurt Germany T +49 69 920 39 9340

Australia T 1300 306 872 New Zealand T 0800 701 427 ASIA

62A Tras Street Singapore 079001 T +65 6223 7066 F +65 6223 7960

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