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The

uncharted 2021 EXPEDITION WORLD TOUR

The First-Ever Expedition World Cruise


The

uncharted 2021 EXPEDITION WORLD TOUR

The First-Ever Expedition World Cruise


107 DESTINATIONS. AN UNPRECEDENTED ADVENTURE. When you desire something new, where do you begin? For those who hunger for adventure, it’s a question worth asking. New comes from an enticing impulse. A step towards the unfamiliar. An appetite for unexpected encounters. An inner call to take time to explore fresh perspectives. You may have a sense of direction and an overall goal. Yet you are making the journey to discover what you do not yet know. It’s not a task for an ordinary cruise. It is living the uncharted world, on the firstever Expedition World Cruise. The first designed for pioneers who seek that which is unprecedented. Will you be among the first whose stride spans ice and fire? Will you discover the secrets of the stars and the wisdom of civilisations? How many new faces and stories will imprint themselves on your soul? Your route from South to North may be mapped, but your journey is yet to be discovered. We invite you to become one of the few who have the appetite and courage to experience their world anew. 167 days. 30 countries. It’s time to live your Uncharted World Tour.

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SEGMENT

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10

Ushuaia to Valparaiso

EXPLORERS & EXPLORATION Valparaiso Niebla Puerto Montt Castro Tortel Cruise English Narrows Cruise Chilean Fjords Ushuaia South Shetland Islands Antarctic Sound Antarctic Peninsula

KAYA K I N G I N A N TA R C T I CA


Your journey begins at the end of the road – in a startling frontier where luxurious comforts contrast sharply with the rawness of nature. As you stand on the banks of the Beagle Channel near Ushuaia, the spirit of the world’s southern extreme takes hold. Aboard Silver Cloud, you will navigate the currents of the Drake Passage together with gliding seabirds, on your way to the Frozen Continent.

S I LV E R C LO U D I N A N TA R C T I CA

02 February \ ANTARCTIC

SOUND

03 February

Discover bays and islands where Adelie and Gentoo penguins breed, in one of the last untamed areas on Earth. In the past, many attempted to reach these lands, but few succeeded. As you traverse these frigid waters you pass spectacular, flat-topped tabular icebergs making their stately journey through ‘Iceberg Alley’ – and may find yourself in the company of whales and orcas.

11 February

\ ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

Three dazzling days and nights bring you face-toface with this pristine wilderness, where unscaled, snow-capped mountains soar and vast glaciers calve with a thundering boom. The desire to explore amidst shimmering icebergs by Zodiac® or kayak is irresistible. So too are chances of spellbinding encounters with the amazing creatures who thrive here – nature in its purest form.

\ TORTEL

In this hidden treasure of a village in Chile’s Patagonian wilderness, you meander only on foot, using the unique, rustic wooden walkways that run on stilts for four and half miles around the cove. As you connect deeply with this unique place you may wish to take a Zodiac to Isla de los Muertos, the tiny speck of an island with a haunting mystery that remains unsolved today.

ADÉLIE PENGUINS

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SEGMENT

2

NAVIGATING PARADISE

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Valparaiso to Papeete Atuona Rangiroa

Fatu Hiva Moorea

Fakarava Papeete

Adamstown

Easter Island Alexander Selkirk Island Robinson Crusoe Island

EASTER ISLAND, BY STEVE MCCURRY

Valparaiso


The frosts you have powered through have thawed. Your westward course is now set for the paradisiacal South Pacific. But from dramatic Valparaíso to seductive Tahiti, you are a hive of activity, drawn to the siren song of islands that seem to be made from the stuff of dreams. Islands where lost souls and native cultures have inspired legendary writers and artists, and monoliths keep silent vigil.

ROBINSON CRUSOE ISLAND

19 February

\ ROBINSON CRUSOE ISLAND

A Scottish sailor, marooned for four years, inspired the novel for which this rugged volcanic island is now named. Hike through a globally-important biosphere to see the lookout where he watched in hope of rescue – and discover the role this tiny fragment of land has played in Chilean and world history. 25 February

\ EASTER ISLAND

09 March

Its enigmatic Moai hold a timeless intrigue – and your two days here allow you to roam the wonder that is the Rapa Nui National Park, exploring mysteries that archaeologists still strive to unlock.

\ RANGIROA

In this place of ‘Endless Sky’, see why the vast lagoon, enclosed within French Polynesia’s largest atoll, holds cult status with divers – and how islanders cultivate their famous and coveted Black Pearls.

EASTER ISLAND, BY STEVE MCCURRY

B L A C K -T I P R E E F S H A R K AT T I P U TA PA S S

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SEGMENT

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10

Papeete to Lautoka

CATCHING THE STARS Apia Bora Bora

Somosomo (Taveuni) Lautoka

Aitutaki Palmerston Island Rarotonga

F R E N C H P O LY N E S I A

Papeete


Gleaming like stars in a sapphire universe, the time has come to grasp the Pearls of the Pacific with both hands. Their brilliant white beaches and leaning palm trees put you in a new realm of the senses. But they are more exciting, too, than you could have ever imagined. Through shimmering days and nights, you have become a pioneer of remote, unfiltered beauty as you travel further into your uncharted world.

ST I N G R AY I N B O R A B O R A

12 March

\ BORA BORA

In this breathtaking utopia, it would be hard not to linger awhile on Matira Beach, with its sparkling shallows teeming with vivid fish. But you’ll surely wish to plunge in, too – be it swimming with rays and sharks, circling and soaking up the island by ‘Le Truck’, or jumping on a 4X4 for an exhilarating off-road adventure into the heart of the island.

15 March

\ AIUTAKI

Discover a little paradise. Here in the Cook Islands, the colourful intensity of the ocean, sand and palm trees you will find is intoxicating. Go by local boat to explore the huge aquamarine pool of the island’s lagoon, alive with a kaleidoscopic swirl of tropical fish. The vistas you’ll encounter are thrilling, as are chances to enter the spirit of Polynesian music and dance.

22 March

\ SOMOSOMO

Bula! A fascinating Kava ceremony greets you in Fiji – it’s a truly warm and welcoming ritual. And just west of Somosomo, the flow of the currents and steady water temperature provide the ideal conditions for reefs to thrive. Corals, sponges and flitting tropical fish create a jaw-dropping undersea rainbow of every imaginable colour.

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Lautoka to Cairns

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UNIQUE ENCOUNTERS Madang

Garove Island

Rabaul

Tami Islands Fergusson Island Samarai and Kwato

Dobu Island

Nendo Island Santa Ana Champagne Beach

Cairns

Pentecost Island

Ambrym Island Lautoka

S I N G - S I N G C E R E M O N Y, TA M I I S L A N D S


Melanesia. Few are lucky to experience it. Fewer still go beyond, to hike into otherworldly views and hear the mating calls of Birds of Paradise. But it is the people who will have you holding breath. The land divers of Pentecost. The Baining fire dancers. So many different, diverse ways of living and celebrating – both extraordinary and everyday. You cannot help but feel a strong, human connection.

L A N D D I V E R C E R E M O N Y, P E N T E C O S T I S L A N D

25 March

\ PENTECOST ISLAND

You may have heard of land diving as the inspiration for bungee jumping. Yet the land divers of Pentecost jump with only a vine to break their descent. No safety equipment – and no room for error. Observe this unique leap of faith: the chanting, the complete confidence as the jumper leaps, and the expression on each diver’s face, as you witness this incredible ceremony.

25 March

\ AMBRYM ISLAND

On this ‘island of magic’, as Ambrym is known, people express themselves in many languages. Step ashore at Ranon, where people perform the unique Rom dance wearing masks and costumes prepared in secrecy. You may also be lucky to see sand drawings – a living tradition, recognised by UNESCO as part of humanity’s Intangible Cultural Heritage.

30 March

\ RABAUL

Fire in all its forms is a theme of your time here – from the unbelievable setting of Rabaul town, nestled inside a huge caldera, to the live volcanic activity you will see, and the trance-like ritual of the Fire Dance the Baining tribespeople will allow you to witness. Only performed on special occasions, this intense ceremony remains relatively unknown to the wider world.

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10

Cairns to Singapore

INTREPID DISCOVERY

Singapore Bau-Bau Palopo

Anano Island

Semarang (Java) Kalabahi

Pulau Tellang

Kupang

Thursday Island Darwin

Broome

K I N G G E O R G E FA L L S , T H E K I M B E R L E Y

King George River Hunter River Region Buccaneer Archipelago

Cairns


Dramatic stretches of impenetrable coastline now confront you.This is Australia’s wild north. But among the harsh, sun-baked rocks of its isolated northwestern corner you now enter three days of all-out adventure, surrounded by thundering waterfalls, unforgiving desert and the traces of millennia-old culture. Sharp contrasts are to come, in the lush forests and soaring temples of Indonesia.

T H U R S DAY I S L A N D B E AC H

08 April

\ THURSDAY ISLAND

Pausing above the northern tip of the Australian mainland, discover the role this tiny island played in World War II, and its famous pearling industry. The deep waters here are renowned for fishing. But resist any temptation to swim – they’re also infamous for crocodiles, sharks and stingers. 13 April

\ HUNTER RIVER REGION

Take a Zodiac and weave through Australia’s Kimberley region by river – it’s an awe-inspiring way to experience the cascading waterfalls, soaring red cliffs and incredible wildlife of this vast region.

TONGKONAN HOUSES, BUNTU PUNE

25 April

\ SEMARANG

Explore ancient Borobudur Temple, the world’s biggest Buddhist monument. This magnificent 9th century structure is one of the world’s most important heritage sites. Climb to the top for a staggering view.

B O R O B U D U R T E M P L E , YO GYA KA RTA


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10

Singapore to Cochin

MYTHOLOGIC REALMS

Cochin Colombo Galle

Belawan Singapore

Bawomataluo Padang

Anak Krakatoa Ujung Kulon National Park

A N A K K R A KATOA


As you wend your way through Indonesia, bucket list experiences abound – including some you never knew existed! You’ll need both luck and intrepidity to land on the black sand of volcanic Anak Krakatoa. Yet other myth-like moments will take you utterly by surprise. The peaceful lap of the water as you kayak through rainforest – and the thrill of an orangutan’s leap…

STONE JUMPING RITUAL, NIAS ISLAND

03 May

\ PADANG (SUMATRA)

04 May

In days of old, the fearsome Nias islanders prepared their young men to become warriors at an early age. Once a boy could leap over a stone tower the height of a grown man, it signalled he was ready to assume his responsibilities. This rite of passage continues today – see this fascinating cultural practice together with the traditional houses in the village of Bawomataluo.

On your expedition into this stunningly beautiful island, you reach the Minangkabau village of Cupek. The lands of the Minangkabau people stretch from these lush highlands to the shore, and their matrilineal society is said to be the largest in the world. Among their abundant crops, chillies are all-important – sample the local cuisine and discover why.

06-07 May

\ BAWOMATALUO

\ BELAWAN (SUMATRA)

From its summit to its rivers and forest floor, Gunung Leuser National Park is one of most immensely diverse tropical rainforests in Southeast Asia. Sumatran elephants, tigers and rhinos are just a few of the rare animals here – and it’s one of the last places on Earth where critically-endangered orangutans live in the wild. Marvel as you watch them at home in their jungle habitat.

O R A N G U TA N S

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Cochin to Piraeus

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ENDLESSLY THRILLING

Athens (Piraeus) Folegandros

Naxos Symi Rhodes

Suez Canal Transit Luxor (Safaga) Muscat Salalah

Sur Mormugao

Cochin

C H U R C H O F PA N AG I A , F O L E G A N D R O S


Three seas bear you further into your uncharted journey of discovery and across centuries of civilisation. As you meander to Muscat, sail for Safaga and Luxor, and navigate to true Greek culture in Naxos, you feel a change in the air, as heady scents of nutmeg, cardamom and cinnamon give way to refreshing thyme and oregano. World-famous locations exhilarate, too – from the Suez Canal to a panoply of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

T E M P L E O F Q U E E N H AT S H E P S U T, D E I R E L- B A H R I

16 May

\ MORMUGAO

Drenched in sun and the spirit of susegad, this city-gateway to the state of Goa on the Arabian Sea is also replete with history. Feel past centuries coming to life with tales of Portuguese explorers and colonisers, Dutch invaders, and Christian missionaries and saints, as you investigate the beautiful old defences, colourful houses and remarkable world heritage churches.

27 May

\ SAFAGA (LUXOR)

Stop in this Red Sea port to go deep into Luxor. Over 1,300 years ago, Ancient Egyptians built temples here to their pharaohs and gods. While the sphinx-lined avenue and colossal statues of Ramses II speak powerfully of those times, you’ll also feel the presence of beliefs through the ages, from traces of early Christian art to minarets issuing their melodic calls to prayer.

01 June

\ FOLEGANDROS

On this remote Aegean island, you may feel again that you’ve stepped back in time. Go off the beaten path at Livadi beach, or walk up to the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary to snap stupendous views from the top, with the flavour of wild herbs in the air. And what better way to end your day than with a dinner of delicious Greek specialities in the town square?

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10

Piraeus to Lisbon

DELVING DEEPER Cagliari

Lisbon

Sevilla

Portimao

Sarande Ksamil Nafpaktos Athens (Piraeus) Itea

Trapani

Bejaia Sousse

Monemvasia Porto Empedocle

T E M P L E O F PA L L A S AT H E N A , D E L P H I


The southern Mediterranean brings many wonderful things to mind. But for you, it also brings compelling opportunities to look beyond the obvious, and into a rich historical past. Exceptionally well-preserved archaeological sites brim with stupendous stories of vanished civilisations. These Byzantine, Ottoman, Greek and Roman architectural masterpieces have treasures to reveal, to those prepared to delve.

B U T R I N T, A L B A N I A

04 June

\ ITEA (DELPHI)

Explore the place that Ancient Greeks considered the centre of the world, at Delphi. Today, the pretty orange dome of Itea’s church beckons you ashore. But over 2,500 years ago, it was the Sanctuary of Apollo that brought people from far and wide, seeking prophecies from the Oracle to guide them in all areas of life. You can be certain your time here will be revealing.

05 June

\ KSAMIL

After trying the mussels – a local speciality – stretch your horizons and go by Zodiac to explore the mindblowing archaeological site at Butrint National Park. Situated on an island in a lake, this is not only one of Albania’s most important heritage sites, but a UNESCO World Heritage site with a variety of structures and artefacts dating from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages.

07 June

\ SOUSSE

Don’t miss the impressive Roman amphitheatre of Thysdrus in El Jem, one of the best-preserved Roman ruins not only in Tunisia. It’s UNESCO World Heritage site and a testament to the empire’s power in Africa. Here, at the height of its glory, some 35,000 spectators could witness violent games and contests. Much more recently, it has been a setting for some well-known films – including Gladiator.

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SEGMENT

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Lisbon to Reykjavik

10

ALIVE WITH HISTORY Reykjavik Cruise Surtsey Vestmannaey Island

St Kilda Iona

Pembroke Tresco St Mary's St Peter Port La Coruña Oporto (Leixões) Lisbon

CAT H E D R A L O F S A N T I AG O D E CO M P O ST E L A

Fort William

London Honfleur Saint Malo


Forget all ideas of traditional sightseeing. You have medieval royalty to trace and your own history to make in Europe’s western lands. After literally stopping London traffic as you sail through Tower Bridge’s iconic arches, you watch in wonder as coastlines continually change. Countryside. Moorland. Archipelagos. As Iceland hoves into view, you are destined to experience the island’s most faraway locations.

IONA ABBEY ON THE ISLE OF IONA, SCOTLAND

18 June

\ LA CORUÑA

In the old quarter of this city in Spain’s Galicia region, many buildings feature the characteristic glazed façades that have earned La Coruña the name ‘City of Crystal’. Walk the last part of the famed Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route, through verdant countryside, to visit the alleged burial site of the Biblical apostle St. James at Santiago de Compostela.

28 June

\ IONA

In 563, Saint Columba and his monks landed on tiny Iona. Now you too will set foot on its beautiful Scottish shore. While Sìthean Mòr – meaning Large Fairy Hill, or alternatively, Hill of Angels – may have been the setting for old rituals, the abbey that Columba founded, and which is thought to have survived many Viking attacks, is a glorious highlight of your time here.

30 June

\ ST KILDA

This far-flung Outer Hebridean archipelago, the most remote in the British Isles, is no longer inhabited by humans. Now a nature reserve, it is an important breeding ground for seabirds – and home to some of the only sheep in the world with a Bronze Age pedigree! Go ashore on little Hirta to hear echoes of the past – and discover the efforts being made to safeguard St Kilda’s future.

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10

SEGMENT

10

Reykjavik to Tromsø

THROUGH FIRE & ICE

Svalbard Northern Region

Svalbard Southern Region Cruise Bear Island Cruising Along North Cape Cruise Along Hornbjarg Cliffs Vigur Island Dynjandi Akureyri Latrabjarg Cliffs Reykjavik

BEAR ISLAND, SVALBARD

Jan Mayen

Tromsø

Skarsvåg Gjesverstappan Islands


You are now an expert in the remarkable – and your journey’s end will be no exception. With the cacophony of seabirds overhead, live life at the very top of the world, where Humpback and Minke whales cavort and walrus haul out in the ‘Arctic Desert’. Though your Uncharted World Tour is drawing to a close, the moment will be dazzling: surrounded once more by white, but at the opposite extreme of the Earth.

POLAR BEAR, SVALBARD

05 July

\ VIGUR ISLAND

On a small green oasis in the waters of the Ísafjarðardjúp fjord, peer into Iceland’s past. This picturesque island is famed for its birdlife. But from its unique windmill to the 200-year-old boat the islanders still use to ferry sheep, it also tells a timeless story of human survival. 10-13 July

\ SVALBARD ARCHIPELAGO

15 July

As you reach the extreme northern point of your journey, three overnights allow for a thrilling High Arctic immersion. Get set for landscapes, light, animal life and experiences like no other on Earth.

\ SKARSVAG (NORDKAPP)

From the “most northerly fishing village in the world”, travel to take photos at the famed North Cape globe monument. Returning to Silver Cloud, watch for reindeer grazing on the hillsides as you celebrate your journey’s end!

GLACIER, SVALBARD

NORDKAPP (NORTH CAPE)

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WORLD EXPERTS AT YOUR SIDE

A bit like the Zodiacs that give you privileged access to hard-to-reach destinations, your Uncharted World Tour brings you 20 exclusive speakers. World experts in their fields, they’re revved up and ready to make your explorations even more enlightening. Meet a few of them here. FELICITY ASTON MBE Explorer, Scientist, Speaker & Author

Segment 1

The first and only woman in the world to ski across Antarctica alone, Felicity’s 1744km, 59-day journey, completed in January 2012, also put her in the Guinness Book of World Records as the first person to traverse the continent solely by muscle power. In 2015 she was awarded the Queen’s Polar Medal for services in Antarctica and an MBE for services to Polar Exploration.

TIM SEVERIN Explorer & RGS Member

Segment 2/Segment 7

Gold medallist of the Royal Geographical and Scottish Geographical Societies, Tim has retraced the journeys of Saint Brendan the Navigator, Sinbad the Sailor, Jason and the Argonauts, Ulysses, The First Crusade and Genghis Khan. His signature technique is to travel in replica boats of the time or on horseback, and his books about his expeditions are classics of exploration and travel.

DAVID A. AGUILAR Astronomer & Space Artist

Segment 3

An internationally recognised astronomer and author of astronomy-themed nonfiction books designed for space learners of all ages, David’s expertise lies in showing us the fascinating connections between the universe, nature, and ourselves. He has the spirited ability to open minds to his exciting views of space and its wondrous worlds of discovery.

PROFESSOR GLENN SUMMERHAYES Archaeologist & Anthropologist

Segment 4

An expert in Pacific Archaeology, especially the prehistory of Papua New Guinea – with over 35 years research experience in all aspects of its archaeology – Glenn has been honoured by the Queen for his contribution in this field. Currently the Chair of Anthropology at Otago University, New Zealand, he is affiliated with both the University and the National Museum and Art Gallery of Papua New Guinea.

DR CHRIS NAUNTON Egyptologist, Writer & Broadcaster

Segment 7

As well as his frequent radio and TV appearances in the UK, internationally Chris has presented The Man Who Discovered Egypt, Secrets of King Tut’s Treasures and The Pharaoh in the Suburbs. The author of Searching for the Lost Tombs of Egypt (2018) and Egyptologists’ Notebooks (forthcoming, 2020), he is currently President of the International Association of Egyptologists.

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V I K I N G FA R E W E L L I N T H E K JA R N A S KO G U R F O R E ST


A TASTE FOR ADVENTURE

You’ll encounter so many unique, hands-on experiences on your Uncharted World Tour – including a range of bespoke, unprecedented, unmissable events. Think of them as mini-expeditions into fascinating lives and cultures across the globe. Each one has a unique focus and flavour. Here’s a taste. 19TH MARCH 2021 Apia, Samoa Islands

23RD JUNE 2021 London, UK

PRIVATE DINNER AT ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON’S HOUSE

DINNER IN LONDON’S MOST STUNNING LANDMARK PRIVATE DINNER ON TOWER BRIDGE’S WALKWAY

Explore the fascinating life of Robert Louis Stevenson and the reverence in which Samoans hold him to this day, during a private dinner at his lovingly restored home, now the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum (RLSM). Samoa’s premier historic venue, the RLSM is where the author, who penned such classics as Treasure Island, Kidnapped, and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, spent the happiest period of his life. Your exclusive dinner here features locally-inspired cuisine and traditional Samoan entertainment.

At the stunning London landmark of Tower Bridge – straddling the River Thames and facing one of the world’s most iconic skylines – dine 132 feet high, enjoying a sumptuous meal and views from the walkways and their glass floors. With Canary Wharf and Greenwich to the east, and the Shard, Tower of London and St. Paul’s Cathedral to the west, watch London transform as the sun sets over the capital and the bright lights reflect into the rippling currents beneath.

27TH APRIL 2021 Singapore

6TH JULY 2021 Akureyri, Iceland

AN EVENING AT THE CHINA CLUB

BORÐA DREKKA OG VERA GLAÐUR!* VIKING FAREWELL IN THE KJARNASKOGUR FOREST

Enjoy exclusive access and an unforgettable evening at the world-renowned China Club Singapore. This elegant, members-only club, perched atop the 52nd floor of Singapore’s extravagant Capital Tower, has full-height windows offering incredible panoramic views across Singapore, all the way to Malaysia and Indonesia in the distance. And the dramatic décor heightens the atmosphere. Superb food, personalised service and a few mythological surprises round out your evening here in grand style.

In one of Iceland’s loveliest natural settings, celebrate the final days of your Uncharted World Tour with a feast that takes you back to Viking times – when exploration (and enjoying glorious food and drink) was an occupation! Snuggle up in rugs and skins, enjoy a delicious outdoor dinner and the light of the campfire through the long summer evening. *or Eat, Drink, and be Merry in Icelandic

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BENEFITS & INCLUSIONS EXCLUSIVE TO EXPEDITION WORLD CRUISE GUESTS

R OUN DT R IP B U S I NE S S C L AS S AI R * + C H A RT E R FLIG H T S ANT I AGO - U S HUAI A B ON VOYAG E R E C E PT ION & OV E R NI GH T ( P R E - C R U I S E ) $ 4 ,0 0 0 ON B OA R D CR E D I T ( $ 2 , 0 0 0 P E R PAX ) E XC LUS IVE E XP E DIT IO N WO R L D C R U I S E E V E NT S A LL ZODIAC E XC U R S I O NS & A S H OR E ACT I V I T I E S P R IVAT E T R ANS F E R S S P E C IA L COM M E M O R AT I V E E X P E D I T I O N GE AR COM P LIM E N TA RY L AU ND RY S E RV I C E COM P LIM E N TA RY U NL I MI T E D W I - F I ** M E DICAL S E RV I C E S VIS A PAC KAGE ***

* Available from selected gateways/countries. Non-use air credit available for other countries. ** The wi-fi might be limited in Antarctica and in the Svalbard region *** For USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Australia only

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SATURDAY, 30 JANUARY, 2021 EMBARK SILVER CLOUD DATE

PORTS

ARRIVE DEPART

SEGMENT 1 30 JAN USHUAIA

14 MAR RAROTONGA

10:30

18:00

15 MAR AITUTAKI

6:30

18:00

16 MAR PALMERSTON ISLAND

9:00

18:00

18:00

17 MAR DATE LINE LOSE A DAY

22:30

18 MAR DAY AT SEA

30 JAN

PUERTO WILLIAMS

31 JAN

DRAKE PASSAGE

19 MAR APIA

01 FEB

DRAKE PASSAGE

20 MAR APIA

02 FEB

ANTARCTIC SOUND

21 MAR DAY AT SEA

03 FEB

ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

22 MAR SOMOSOMO

06:30

04 FEB

ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

23 MAR LAUTOKA

09:00

05 FEB

ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

06 FEB

SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS

07 FEB

DRAKE PASSAGE

24 MAR DAY AT SEA

08 FEB

DRAKE PASSAGE

25 MAR PENTECOST ISLAND

8:30

12:00

09 FEB

CRUISE CHILEAN FJORDS

25 MAR AMBRYM ISLAND

14:00

21:00

10 FEB

CRUISE ENGLISH NARROWS

26 MAR CHAMPAGNE BEACH

5:30

14:00

11 FEB

TORTEL

27 MAR NENDO ISLAND

11:00

16:00

12 FEB

DAY AT SEA

28 MAR SANTA ANA

7:00

12:30

13 FEB

CASTRO

06:30

19:00

29 MAR DAY AT SEA

14 FEB

PUERTO MONTT

06:30

18:00

30 MAR RABAUL

15:30

23:00

15 FEB

NIEBLA

11:00

20:00

31 MAR GAROVE ISLAND

13:30

19:00

16 FEB

DAY AT SEA

17 FEB

VALPARAISO

20:45

17:00 17:00

SEGMENT 4 18:00

06:30

23 MAR LAUTOKA

17:00

07:00

SEGMENT 2

MADANG

12:00

19:00

02 APR

TAMI ISLANDS

08:30

13:00

03 APR

DOBU ISLAND

09:00

13:00

03 APR

DEI DEI HOT SPRINGS (FERGUSSON ISLAND)

14:30

22:00

04 APR

SAMARAI AND KWATO

6:30

14:00

VALPARAISO

18 FEB

DAY AT SEA

19 FEB

ROBINSON CRUSOE ISLAND

6:30

19:00

05 APR

DAY AT SEA

20 FEB

ALEXANDER SELKIRK ISLAND

6:00

17:00

06 APR

CAIRNS

21 FEB

DAY AT SEA

SEGMENT 5

22 FEB

DAY AT SEA

06 APR

CAIRNS

23 FEB

DAY AT SEA

07 APR

DAY AT SEA

24 FEB

DAY AT SEA

08 APR

THURSDAY ISLAND

25 FEB

EASTER ISLAND

09 APR

DAY AT SEA

26 FEB

EASTER ISLAND

10 APR

DAY AT SEA

27 FEB

DAY AT SEA

11 APR

28 FEB

DAY AT SEA

12 APR 13 APR

HUNTER RIVER REGION

14 APR

BUCCANEER ARCHIPELAGO REGION

03 MAR DAY AT SEA

15 APR

BROOME

04 MAR DAY AT SEA

16 APR

DAY AT SEA

18:00

07:00 17:00

01 MAR DAY AT SEA 06:30

15:00

18:00

01 APR

17 FEB

02 MAR ADAMSTOWN

13:00

6:30 17:00 07:30

18:00

DARWIN

06:00

12:00

KING GEORGE RIVER REGION

05:30

07:30

18:00

05 MAR ATUONA

13:00

23:00

17 APR

KUPANG

09:00

17:00

06 MAR FATU HIVA

07:00

14:00

18 APR

KALABAHI

06:30

14:00

19 APR

PULAU TELLANG

06:30

18:00

07 MAR DAY AT SEA 08 MAR FAKARAVA

08:30

18:30

20 APR

ANANO ISLAND

12:30

18:30

09 MAR RANGIROA

06:00

18:00

21 APR

BAU BAU

06:00

13:00

10 MAR MOOREA

08:00

23:00

22 APR

PALOPO

06:30

20:30

11 MAR PAPEETE (TAHITI)

07:00

23 APR

DAY AT SEA 08:00

17:00

SEGMENT 3 11 MAR PAPEETE (TAHITI) 12 MAR BORA BORA

7:00

24 APR

DAY AT SEA

18:00

25 APR

SEMARANG

21:00

26 APR

DAY AT SEA

27 APR

SINGAPORE

13 MAR DAY AT SEA

30

18:00


28 APR

SINGAPORE

06 JUN

DAY AT SEA

07 JUN

SOUSSE

08:30

17:00

17:00

08 JUN

PORTO EMPEDOCLE

07:00

21:00

22:00

09 JUN

TRAPANI

07:00

17:00

10 JUN

CAGLIARI

07:00

12:30

07:00

19:00

17:00

SEGMENT 6 28 APR

SINGAPORE

28 APR

BATAM

29 APR

DAY AT SEA

30 APR

ANAK KRAKATOA

19:15 14:30

21:30

11 JUN

BEJAIA

05:00

13:30

12 JUN

DAY AT SEA

13 JUN

SEVILLA

03 MAY PADANG

07:00

18:00

14 JUN

SEVILLA

04 MAY BAWOMATALUO

10:30

17:00

15 JUN

PORTIMAO

12:00

16 JUN

LISBON

08:00

01 MAY UJUNG KULON NATIONAL PARK 02 MAY DAY AT SEA

05 MAY DAY AT SEA 06 MAY BELAWAN FOR GUNUNG LEUSER NATIONAL PARK

20:00 18:00

SEGMENT 9

18:30

07 MAY BELAWAN FOR GUNUNG LEUSER NATIONAL PARK

23:59

16 JUN

LISBON

08 MAY DAY AT SEA

17 JUN

LEIXÕES (OPORTO)

09:00

16:00

09 MAY DAY AT SEA

18 JUN

LA CORUÑA

08:30

19:00

10 MAY DAY AT SEA

19 JUN

DAY AT SEA

18:00

18:00

11 MAY GALLE

06:00

19:00

20 JUN

SAINT MALO

07:00

18:00

12 MAY COLOMBO

06:00

12:00

21 JUN

HONFLEUR

07:00

19:45

13 MAY COCHIN

11:00

22 JUN

DAY AT SEA

14 MAY COCHIN

22:30

23 JUN

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE)

24 JUN

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE)

25 JUN

ST PETER PORT

13:30

19:00

26 JUN

ST MARY'S

07:00

12:00

26 JUN

TRESCO

13:30

18:00

17 MAY DAY AT SEA

27 JUN

PEMBROKE

06:00

12:30

18 MAY DAY AT SEA

28 JUN

IONA

12:30

20:00

SEGMENT 7 14 MAY COCHIN

22:30

15 MAY DAY AT SEA 16 MAY MORMUGAO

06:00

14:00

01:45 14:00

19 MAY MUSCAT

09:00

22:00

29 JUN

FORT WILLIAM

05:30

17:00

20 MAY SUR

06:30

13:00

30 JUN

ST. KILDA

08:00

16:00

01 JUL

DAY AT SEA

21 MAY DAY AT SEA

02 JUL

VESTMANNAEY ISLAND

06:00

13:00

23 MAY DAY AT SEA

02 JUL

CRUISE SURTSEY

15:00

16:00

24 MAY DAY AT SEA

03 JUL

REYKJAVIK

07:30

25 MAY DAY AT SEA

SEGMENT 10

22 MAY SALALAH

06:00

11:30

26 MAY DAY AT SEA 27 MAY SAFAGA (LUXOR)

07:00

23:59

28 MAY DAY AT SEA

03 JUL

REYKJAVIK

04 JUL

LATRABJARG CLIFFS

05:30

10:30

04 JUL

DYNJANDI

15:30

20:30

16:00

29 MAY SUEZ CANAL TRANSIT

04:00

18:30

05 JUL

VIGUR ISLAND

06:30

11:00

29 MAY PORT SAID

19:00

20:30

05 JUL

CRUISE ALONG HORNBJARG CLIFFS

15:30

20:00

06 JUL

AKUREYRI

07:00

23:00

06:00

12:00

30 MAY DAY AT SEA 31 MAY RHODES

05:30

13:00

07 JUL

DAY AT SEA

31 MAY SYMI

16:30

21:00

08 JUL

JAN MAYEN

01 JUN

NAXOS

08:00

13:30

09 JUL

DAY AT SEA

01 JUN

FOLEGANDROS

17:00

23:00

02 JUN

PIRAEUS (ATHENS)

07:30

10 JUL

SVALBARD NORTHERN REGION

11 JUL

SVALBARD NORTHERN REGION

08:00

12 JUL

SVALBARD SOUTHERN REGION

23:00

13 JUL

SVALBARD SOUTHERN REGION

06:30

12:00

14 JUL

CRUISE/EXPLORE BEAR ISLAND

06:00

13:00

ITEA

08:00

12:30

15 JUL

GJESVERSTAPPAN ISLANDS

05:30

11:00

04 JUN

NAFPAKTOS

16:30

20:00

15 JUL

CRUISING ALONG NORTH CAPE

12:30

12:30

05 JUN

SARANDE

07:00

09:30

15 JUL

SKARSVAG (NORDKAPP)

13:15

19:00

05 JUN

KSAMIL

11:30

18:00

16 JUL

TROMSØ

09:30

SEGMENT 8 02 JUN

PIRAEUS (ATHENS)

03 JUN

MONEMVASIA

04 JUN

19:00

Overnight in Port

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S I LV E R C LO U D — D E C K P L A N S

614

615

415 417

510

509

616

617

512

511

618

619

419

514

515

421

516

517

620

621

423 425

518

519

622

623

520

521

624

625

427 429

522

523

524

525

439 Embarkation Deck

441 443

529

528

531

530

533

532

535

534

537

536 538

539 541

540

543

542

451

630

633

634

637

638

641

640

643

Cruise Consultant

Lobby

Photo Studio

Boutique

La Dame The Restaurant

629

545 Lobby

E E

E E

E E

445 447 449

526

626

E E

437

E E

Changing Room

627

527

435

E E

611

507

433

Embarkation Deck

609

508

431

Medical Center

607

610

Dolce Vita

Reception

422

605

608 505

Expedition Office

420

603

606

E E

418

604

506

E E

416

601

612

Boutique

Launderette

414

602

Fitness Center

Explorer Lounge

Stage

DECK 3

DECK 4

DECK 5

DECK 6

Changing Room Medical Centre

The Restaurant La Dame Launderette

Dolce Vita Boutique Photo Studio

Explorer Lounge Fitness Center Reception/Guest Relations Expedition Office

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09 08 07 06 05 04 03

702

701

SUITE CATEGORIES The Bridge

704

703

706

705

708

707

710

709

712

711

714

715

716

717

718

719

720

721

Tor’s Observation Lounge Zodiacs

723 722

725

Pool Bar

Pool Grill

727

726

729

Pool E E

E E

Beauty Salon E E

736 Library

E E

734

Zagara Spa Sauna

724

Open view to Swimming Pool

The Grill

Connoisseur’s Corner

La Terrazza

Panorama Lounge

Jogging Track

DECK 7

DECK 8

DECK 9

La Terrazza Zagara Beauty Spa Library

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

Tor’s Observation Lounge Jogging Track

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Owner’s Suite Grand Suite Royal Suite Silver Suite Medallion Suite Deluxe Veranda Suite Veranda Suite Vista Suite


SILVER CLOUD SUITES A M E N I T I E S & F E AT U R E S FOR ALL SUITES

OWNER’S SUITE Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two-bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Vista Suite.

BUTLER SERVICE 1 BEDROOM: 587 SQ. FT. / 55 M2 INCLUDING VERANDA (89 SQ. FT. / 8 M2) 2 BEDROOM: 827 SQ. FT. / 77 M2 INCLUDING VERANDA (89 SQ. FT. / 8 M2)

REFRIGERATOR AND BAR SETUP STOCKED WITH YOUR PREFERENCES A CHOICE OF PILLOWS PLUSH ETRO BATHROBE

• L arge teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-toceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional large picture window • Living room with sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area • Separate dining area • Twin beds or queen-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed • Marble bathroom with full-sized bath and separate shower; bedroom two has additional marble bathroom with shower (no bath as indicated in diagram) • Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe • Vanity table(s) with hair dryer • Writing desk(s) • Bose audio system • Unlimited Premium Wifi • Illy Espresso machine

PERSONALISED STATIONARY UMBRELLA BVLGARI BATH AMENITIES, PLUS A CHOICE OF OTHER EUROPEAN BRANDS IHOME RADIO / ALARM CHARGING STATION (WITH USB CABLE OR QI WIRELESS CHARGING), NFC BLUETOOTH CONNECTIVITY DIRECT DIAL TELEPHONE(S) DUAL VOLTAGE 110/220 OUTLETS COMPLIMENTARY WIFI FOR ALL SUITES FLAT-SCREEN TELEVISION(S) WITH INTERACTIVE MEDIA LIBRARY

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GRAND SUITE

ROYAL SUITE

Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Veranda Suite.

Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Veranda Suite.

1 BEDROOM: 1,019 SQ. FT. / 95 M2 INCLUDING VERANDA (145 SQ. FT. / 14 M2) 2 BEDROOM: 1,314 SQ. FT. / 122 M2 INCLUDING VERANDA (194 SQ . FT./18.5 M2)

1 BEDROOM: 736 SQ. FT. / 69 M2 INCLUDING VERANDA (126 SQ. FT. / 12 M2) 2 BEDROOM: 1,031 SQ. FT. / 96 M2 INCLUDING VERANDA (175 SQ. FT./16.5 M2)

•T  wo teak verandas with patio furniture and floor-toceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda •L  iving room with sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area •S  eparate dining area •T  win beds or queen-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed •M  arble bathroom with full-sized bath and separate shower; bedroom two has additional marble bathroom with shower (no bath as indicated in diagram) •W  alk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe •V  anity table(s) with hair dryer •W  riting desk(s) •B  ose audio system • Unlimited Premium Wifi • I lly Espresso machine

• Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors • Living room with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest • Sitting area • Separate dining area • Twin beds or queen-sized bed • Marble bathroom with shower; Silver Suite has two bathrooms with shower • Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe • Vanity table with hair dryer • Writing desk • Bose audio system • Unlimited Premium Wifi

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Silver Suite

Medallion Suite

SILVER SUITE / MEDALLION SUITE

VERANDA /DELUXE VERANDA SUITE

Silver and Medallion Suites accommodate three guests.

Some Veranda Suites accommodate three guests (Suites 505-510 and 605-610). The Deluxe Veranda Suite offers preferred central location with identical accommodation to a Veranda Suite.

SILVER SUITE: 581 SQ. FT. / 54 M2 INCLUDING VERANDA (92 SQ. FT. / 8 M2) MEDALLION SUITE: 517 SQ. FT. / 48 M2 INCLUDING VERANDA (81 SQ. FT. / 7.6 M2)

295 SQ. FT. / 27 M2 INCLUDING VERANDA (49 SQ. FT. / 4.5 M2)

• Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors • Living room with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest • Sitting area • Separate dining area • Twin beds or queen-sized bed • Marble bathroom with shower; Silver Suite has two bathrooms with shower • Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe • Vanity table with hair dryer • Writing desk • Bose audio system • Unlimited Premium Wifi

• Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors • Sitting area • Twin beds or queen-sized bed • Marble bathroom with shower (some with bath/shower combination) • Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe • Writing desk • Hair dryer • Unlimited Standard Wifi

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VISTA SUITE 240 SQ. FT. / 22 M2 • Large picture window providing panoramic ocean views • Sitting area • Twin beds or queen-sized bed • Marble bathroom with shower (some with bath/shower combination) • Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe • Writing desk • Hair dryer • Unlimited Standard Wifi

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ZO D I AC A P P R OAC H I N G S I LV E R C LO U D


Information contained herein does not form part of any offer or contract. Silversea’s standard terms and conditions apply to the full World Cruise and all voyage segments unless specifically noted herein. Please refer to www. silversea.com for the most current schedules and fares. Single supplements start from 150% above the double occupancy fare and may vary by category. WORLD CRUISE EXPEDITION 2021 DEPOSIT & PAYMENT: To reserve a suite on the full World Cruise or any World Cruise voyage segment, a 25% deposit of the total cruise fare is required. Deposits must be received within seven days of booking or sooner, depending on time of booking. Unless otherwise noted, final payment must be received by Silversea 120 days prior to cruise departure. For bookings made within 30 days of departure, final payment must be received within 48 hours. Silversea reserves the right to cancel any booking not fully paid at the time final payment is due. Payment may be made by cheque (US Funds), VISA, Master Card, American Express or Discover. CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS: If you find it necessary to cancel your reservation or any component thereof, you or your travel professional are required to contact the Silversea Reservations Department by telephone as well as submit your cancellation in writing. The following cancellation charges shall apply: PENALTIES: SAILING 50+ DAYS: For Vista, Veranda or Deluxe Veranda suites: From the date of deposit to 151 days prior to the initial sailing date: USD$500 per guest 150 – 121 days prior to the initial sailing date: 25% of the total cruise fare per guest 120 – 91 days prior to the initial sailing date: 50% of the total cruise fare per guest 90 – 0 days prior to the initial sailing date or non-appearance at the time of sailing: 100% of the total cruise fare per guest

For Medallion, Silver, Royal, Grand, or Owner’s Suites: From the date of deposit to 181 days prior to the initial sailing date: USD$1,000 per guest 180 – 121 days prior to the initial sailing date: 25% of the total cruise fare per guest 120 – 91 days prior to the initial sailing date: 50% of the total cruise fare per guest 90 – 0 days prior to the initial sailing date or non-appearance at the time of sailing: 100% of the total cruise fare per guest PENALTIES: SAILING UP TO 49 DAYS: From the date of deposit to 121 days prior to the initial sailing date: USD$200 administrative fee per booking 120 – 91 days prior to the initial sailing date: 15% of the total cruise fare per guest 90 – 61 days prior to the initial sailing date: 50% of the total cruise fare per guest 60 – 31 days prior to the initial sailing date: 75% of the total cruise fare per guest 30 – 0 days prior to the initial sailing date, or non-appearance at the time of sailing: 100% of the total cruise fare per guest Guests who are booked on the full World Cruise (all segments) who cancel any portion of the cruise, will have their entire booking cancelled and will be re-booked on the revised segment(s) subject to space availability at the time of change. Guests booked on the full World Cruise (all segments) in a Silver Suite or higher, who cancel any portion of the cruise will forfeit their suite. Silversea reserves the right to allocate suites or suite categories to specific combination segments, hence all suites or suite categories may not be available for specific segments or segment combinations. Changes are subject to cancellation penalties. All information herein is accurate and in effect at time of printing. Silversea reserves the right to correct any errors or omissions. Ship’s registry: Bahamas.


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