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2015 E X P E D I T I O N S CO L L EC T I O N E X P LO R E R E M OT E R E G I O N S . D I S C O V E R I N T I M AT E L U X U R Y.


Dear Adventure Traveller, I am thrilled to present the 2015 Silversea Expeditions voyages. Our three purpose built expedition ships will offer a worldwide schedule of 102 voyages, visiting more than 500 destinations on 7 continents, including 50 new ports of call.

CONTENTS The World of Silversea Expeditions 

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Introducing Silver Discoverer 

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Antarctica 

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Arctic

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East Asia & Russian Far East

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Australia & New Zealand

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Venture to the remote regions of our extraordinary planet. Our expert, specially selected expedition teams accompany each of our expeditions to far-flung lands. Each one of our staff is selected to enhance the destination experience and may include marine biologists, ornithologists, polar historians, glaciologists and anthropologists bringing the voyage to life with information.

Micronesia, Melanesia & Polynesia10 Southeast Asia

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Europe & British Isles

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Africa

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Central & South America

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Galápagos Islands

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Expedition Team 

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Royal Geographical Society 

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Silversea’s All-inclusive Lifestyle

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2015 Voyages

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Deck Plans 

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Our Programmes 

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Terms & Conditions 

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The glorious Kimberley region in Western Australia (my Antarctica without the ice) will reveal unique landscapes whilst we learn about the indigenous people. Marvel at the wonders of the great white continent, Antarctica, and see the King of the Arctic – the magnificent polar bear. Join us in spotting bluefooted boobies in the Galápagos Islands, howler monkeys and scarlet macaws in Central and South America, or be fascinated by cultural groups few people have ever met. Join us.

Conrad Combrink Director, Expedition Planning & Strategic Development

In 2015, aboard Silver Discoverer, guests will have the opportunity to visit the thousands of islands that are Southeast Asia as well as Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia. In the Russian Far East, we will witness the spectacle of the summer bird migrations, and search for brown bear on the Kamchatka Peninsula. The Sub-Antarctic voyages will visit one of the most diverse pelagic ecosystems in the world, spending two days with King penguins

01 Atlantic puffin, Runde island, Norway 02 Silver Explorer

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and elephant seals on Macquarie Island and majestic albatross on Campbell Island.

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ANTARCTICA

G A L Á PA G O S ISLANDS

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA

ARCTIC

EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES

AFRICA

AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

SOUTHEAST ASIA

EAST ASIA & RUSSIAN FAR EA ST

MICRONESIA, MELANESIA & P O LY N E S I A

ATLANTIC OCEAN

CARIBBEAN SEA

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INDIAN OCEAN

INTR O D UCING S ILVER DISCOV ERER EXPLORE THE MANY FACES OF ASIA-PACIFIC

In its first full sailing year and with a mere 120 guests, Silversea’s latest expedition ship, Silver Discoverer sails for lands untouched by time or tourist. Visit remote tribal villages where few Westerners 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. A N TA RCT I C A

T H E WO R L D O F SI LVER S EA EXP ED ITIO NS Offering journeys that are just as exhilarating as they are luxurious, Silversea Expeditions’ fleet of three purpose-built expedition ships explore much of the unknown world while enjoying the signature distinctions that have made Silversea the epitome of luxury expedition cruising. In the company of a highly experienced expedition team, sail to some of the most remote and isolated corners of the globe, landing on beaches undisturbed by tourists and islands uninhabited by man. Enter the realm of the polar bear. Glimpse an orangutan in the wild or an elephant seal staking out his claim. Share in the traditions of Stone Age cultures while enjoying an all-inclusive lifestyle that is the ultimate in civility — the hallmark of Silversea.

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Discover the fascinating landscapes and Dreamtime legends of The Kimberley. Circumnavigate New Zealand’s Sub-Antarctic Islands. Spot the millions of seabirds and thousands of basking seals and sea lions in Russia’s Far East. Immerse yourself in the exquisite rainforests of the Pacific Islands or Stone Age tribes of Sulawesi and Papua New Guinea. Aboard Silver Discoverer, you can explore these distant shores intimately and in depth — but with an array of gilt-edged refinements rarely seen in expedition travel.

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01 Melanesian man © Vanuatu Tourism Office 02 Silver Discoverer © Lex Santoso

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ANTARCTICA

ARCTIC

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AN TARC T I C A For modern-day explorers, Antarctica represents the final frontier. Experience the stark beauty of the southern polar region and its unique wildlife on an expedition cruise. With its strengthened hull, Silver Explorer is purposebuilt for adventure, pushing through ice floes to allow uninterrupted views of mighty glaciers, iceberg-strewn waters, sunbathing seals and breaching whales. A fleet of Zodiacs allows plenty of on-shore adventures too. Observe the behaviour of penguins in their natural habitat while experiencing this pristine frosted wilderness first-hand.

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A R CTIC 01 King penguins, South Georgia 02 Silver Explorer, Lemaire Channel, Antarctica 03 Crabeater seals, Antarctica 04 Humpback whale, Gerlache Strait, Antarctica 05 Polar bear, Svalbard, Arctic, Opposite

Experience the Arctic Circle’s awe-inspiring wonders. Our Arctic cruises venture into remote regions at the top of the world in search of walrus, reindeer, seals, whales, seabirds and, of course, the mighty polar bear. As we glide past towering glaciers and snow-capped mountains under the midnight sun, learn of Viking legends and whaling history. Only accessible during the brief summer thaw, this intriguing yet unforgettable land will reveal nature's beauty and fragility.

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EAST ASIA & RUSSIAN FAR EAST

AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

AU ST RALIA & NEW ZEALAND These two expedition experiences couldn’t be more climatically different. In northwest Australia, explore the untamed Kimberley. Under endless blue skies, gaze upon thundering waterfalls, soaring cliffs and ancient rock art. Explore tidal channels that are home to saltwater crocodiles and the famed Barramundi. In New Zealand’s rarely visited Sub-Antarctic Islands, the scenery is equally dramatic. Visit all five island groups, each with its own distinct biodiversity. See a rare yellow-eyed penguin, admire a wandering albatross launching into flight and listen to a bellowing sea lion staking his territory.

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EA ST A SI A & RUS S I A N FA R E A ST With impassable winter ice floes, the Sea of Okhotsk north of Japan remains one of the world’s least explored yet most ecologically intriguing seas. The outlying Kuril Islands are a haven for seabirds, fur seals and sea lions. On the Kamchatka Peninsula, the world’s largest brown bears hunt for salmon. This geothermal wonderland is also home to volcanoes, geysers, thermal springs and boiling mud. Several expeditions continue to the Aleutians and the Alaska and Kenai peninsulas — among North America’s most inaccessible places. Others head to Japan’s wildlife-rich islands and coastal Siberia.

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01 Yankicha, Kuril Islands, Russia © Sergey Frolov 02 King George Falls, Kimberley Coast, Australia © Western Australian Tourism 03 King penguins, Macquarie Island, Australia 04 Southern Right Whale, New Zealand © Chris McLennan

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SOUTHEAST ASIA

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MI C R ON E S I A, M ELA N E S IA & P OLYNE S I A A trio of truly stunning island chains strung out over the Pacific, each archipelago offers its own remarkable culture and vivid colours. Yap in Micronesia, and Vanuatu and New Guinea’s outer islands in Melanesia, are home to some of Oceania’s most traditional people whose lives are centred on gardens, reefs, ocean and ancestors. Experience their exuberant, ceremonial hospitality. Polynesia, immortalised by the French artist Paul Gauguin, is a true paradise with some of the bluest waters on earth. Snorkel and dive coral gardens, home to many colourful fish.

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SOU T HEA ST A SIA Delve into the rainforests of Borneo, the last stronghold for creatures such as the pygmy elephant, the shy borneo rhino and the orangutan. Sulawesi is home to the Torajan people with their captivating villages, dramatic death rituals and timeless traditions. With Indonesia considered the global epicentre of marine biodiversity, the region is home to spectacular underwater wonders. The Philippines is another underwater nirvana, containing not only coral reefs and fascinating WWII wrecks but the Puerto Princesa underground river — one of the “New Seven Wonders of Nature”.

01 Palau, Rock Islands, Micronesia 02 Orangutan, Borneo 03 Asmat Village Chief, Indonesia © Lex Santoso 04 Sweetlips, Raja Ampat, Indonesia

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EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES

AFRICA

EUROP E & B RI T I S H I S LE S

AFRICA

Exploring dramatic landscapes and centuries of history, our voyages around northern France, the Islands of the Azores and Britain’s west coast offer a completely different perspective on this part of the world. From the picturesque charm of French fishing villages where time has stood still to the rugged beauty of the Welsh coastline, each port reveals natural and historical treasures along with cultural insights. Identify diverse species of seabirds with the assistance of the onboard ornithologist and savour France’s Bordeaux region in the company of Silversea’s wine expert.

Cruise Africa's little-known Atlantic coast from South Africa’s stunning Cape Town in the south to Senegal’s Dakar – the continent’s westernmost mainland city. Learn more about the cultures of Namibia, Angola, Congo, Cameroon, Togo and Ghana. Hear how voodoo beliefs began, admire the fishing skills of Benin’s Tofinu people who live in overwater stilt houses and spend an afternoon with village schoolchildren. Our expert naturalists join forces with experienced local guides to offer enriching eco-adventures allowing glimpses of rare birds, colourful butterflies and wild monkeys.

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01 Victorian Muckross House, Killarney, Ireland 02 Puffins, Skomer Island 03 Silver Explorer, St. Kilda 04 Harvesting grapes, Bordeaux 05 Lome, Togo, West Africa

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CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA

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GALÁPAGOS

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS Ecuador’s pristine Galápagos Islands attract nature lovers eager to see wildlife species found nowhere else on earth. While exploring this untamed paradise, marvel at the trusting nature of the giant tortoises, land and marine iguanas, blue- and red-footed boobies, flightless cormorants, lava lizards, sea lions, penguins and flamingos. The archipelago’s landscapes are as varied as its inhabitants, ranging from lush mangroves to barren lava fields. Our onboard enrichment lectures provide guests with a deeper appreciation of this unique island group. NORTH CENTRAL •

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Visit “Bird Island” home to over 70 bird species Climb Prince Philip’s Steps and visit a thriving seabird colony Observe sea lion families and the famed giant tortoises Walk across lava fields and watch for lava lizards

Spot red- and blue-footed boobies

Find corals on North Seymour Island

Hike up the sides of an extinct volcano

See water-spouting “blowers”

Swim and snorkel in tranquil, clear waters

Photograph colourful marine iguanas

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Walk across spectacular lava fields

Explore tidal pools and scalesia forests

See pelicans and penguins

Snorkel searching for green sea turtles

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Hike through forests of Palo Santo “Incense” trees Encounter a colony of marine iguanas Visit one of the most volcanically active places on Earth See wild flamingos (in season) and nesting sea turtles

Observe giant tortoises and sea lions

Photograph iconic Pinnacle Rock

C EN TR AL & S O UT H AM ER I C A A daytime transit of the Panama Canal, a journey to the whale playground of Columbia’s Utria National Natural Park and a close-up view of Chile’s dramatic fjords are among the highlights of Silversea’s Central America and South America itineraries. Be on the lookout for howler monkeys, sea lion colonies, scarlet macaws, humboldt penguins, cormorants, boobies and more. Swim and snorkel through brilliant waters, or discover even more by kayak. Many of our South America cruises offer optional land programmes that provide insights into the fascinating Maya, Inca and Chimú cultures.

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01 Keel billed toucan, Central America Opposite 02 Blue-footed boobies, Galápagos 03 Male Frigate bird, Galápagos 04 Land iguana, Galápagos

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ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIET Y In an exclusive partnership, The Royal Geographical Society and Silversea Expeditions have joined forces to spread knowledge collated from centuries of scientific exploration. The renowned Royal Geographical Society (with The Institute of British Geographers) is providing detailed scientific and historical information to guests embarking on voyages aboard Silver Explorer, Silver Discoverer and Silver Galapagos. 01

Explore the Society’s Collection Throughout its history, the Society has enhanced geographical and environmental education, been a champion of fieldwork and scientific expeditions and raised public understanding of the changing world. The Society has been a notable supporter and communicator of the work of leading explorers and scientists, including Charles Darwin, David Livingstone, Robert Scott, Sir Ernest Shackleton and Sir Edmund Hillary.

EXP EDI TION T E A M Each Expedition Team member is selected for a particular expertise. Their education, experience and enthusiasm make them ideal companions for wilderness adventure. The lecture staff will introduce you to the history, wildlife, terrain and cultural customs we expect to encounter as we reach each thrilling new destination. EXPEDITION LEADERS & ASSISTANTS CONRAD COMBRINK Director, Expedition Planning & Strategic Development ROBIN WEST Expedition Leader STEFAN KREDEL Expedition Leader JUAN CARLOS RESTREPO Expedition Leader K ARA WELLER Expedition Leader TIM AM M Assistant Expedition Leader DANIIL ELTERMAN Assistant Expedition Leader DANIEL ARTEAGA Expedition Leader ISRAEL MATA ZAVALA Expedition Leader JARDA VERSLOOT WEST Assistant Expedition Leader

EXPEDITION LECTURERS ROBIN AIELLO Marine Biologist DR. CLAIRE ALLUM Anthropologist PROF. DR. FRANZ BAIRLEIN Ornithologist * DR. COLLEEN BATEY Historian* LUCIANO BERNACCHI Glaciologist

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DR. MARK BRAZIL Ornithologist GORDON CORRIGAN MBE Military Historian IMOGEN CORRIGAN Medieval Historian CHRIS CUTLER Naturalist PETER DAMISCH Historian MARIEKE EGAN General Naturalist STEVE EGAN General Naturalist DR. MARCO FAVERO Marine Biologist & Fisheries Expert SUE FLOOD Wildlife Filmmaker KIT VAN WAGNER Marine Biologist DR. HINRICH HANSSEN Marine Biologist FRITZ HERTL Ornithologist CLAUDIA HOLGATE Environmentalist MAYUMI K ANAMURA Japanese Cultural Expert KAROLINA KARAS Bear Guard & General Naturalist LUKE KENNY Marine Biologist ULI KUNZ Oceanographer * DR. MICHAELA MAYER Marine Biologist * DR. TOBY MUSGRAVE Ethno Botanist

RICH PAGEN Ornithologist DR. HANS PETER REINTHALER Botanist * CHRIS SRIGLEY Bear Guard & General Naturalist DR. PATRICIA SILVA RODRIGUEZ Ornithologist WILL WAGSTAFF Ornithologist CHRISTIAN WALTER Ethno Historian* DR. SANDRA WALSER Polar Historian* ALEX MOFFAT WOOD Antarctic Historian PAMELA LE NOURY Marine Biologist PETRA GLARDON Zoologist THOMAS HAM MERICH Geologist TUA PITTMAN Traditional Master Navigator ULI ERFURTH Biologist * DR. ULRICH DORNSIEPEN Geologist* LARS RASMUSSEN Ornithologist LOUIS JUSTIN Historian MALCOLM TURNER Biologist MARK BUCKINGHAM Marine Biologist RAY STRANAGAN Photographer RICHARD SIDEY Photographer

ANDREW MARSHALL Marine Biologist & Ecologist CRAIG WARD Marine Biologist DR. GREG CALVERT Biologist DR. GUDRUN BUCHER Historian*

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As a Silversea guest, you will have access to a wide range of specialised visual and written content from the Society, enabling you to learn even more about early expeditions to destinations including Antarctica, the Arctic, the Galápagos Islands, South America, Africa and Europe.

EXPEDITION STAFF – GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS SILVIA PANCHANA Naturalist Guide MÓNICA PLAZA MEJÍA Naturalist Guide SANDIE SALAZAR Biologist MAGDALENA TERNEUS Field Staff Coordinator & Pack Guide GIANCARLO TOTI Naturalist and Dive Master DESIRÉE CRUZ Naturalist Guide

01 Silver Explorer, Paradise Bay, Antarctica 02 Finches from the Galápagos Archipelago. Illustration from: ‘Journal of researches into the natural history and geology of the countries visited during the voyage of HMS Beagle round the world, under the command of Capt. Fitz Roy, RN’ by Charles Darwin, 1890 03 The voyage of HMS Beagle, 1831-1836 All images © RGS-IBG

*German-speaking Lecturer. Voyages typically sail with one Expedition Leader, one Assistant Expedition Leader, and five or more Expedition Staff. Team members are subject to change. Visit silversea.com/expeditions to meet the Expedition Team on your voyage.

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2 0 1 5 V O YA G E S

SI LVERSE A’S A LL- I N C LUSI V E L I F E ST Y L E Silversea Expedition ships maintain Silversea’s longstanding reputation for personal, allinclusive service. All meals, all wine and spirits will be complimentary throughout your voyage. As are all onboard gratuities. Room service, too, is complimentary. Your bed features a down duvet, fine Pratesi ® linens and your choice of a firm or soft mattress. Importantly, all expedition activities with guides are included in the cost of the voyage. INTIMATE SHIPS FOR JUST 100 TO 132 GUESTS

Well-travelled, international guests and an impressive staff-to-guest ratio create a gracious and sophisticated ambience on board, one that reflects the genuine hospitality of our European heritage. ALL OCEAN-VIEW ACCOMMODATIONS

Our accommodations are some of the largest at sea, featuring luxurious amenities that can be customised to your individual preferences. BUTLER SERVICE FOR ALL SUITES

Enjoy the services of a highly trained butler. Silversea is the only cruise line with butler service for all suites. COMPLIMENTARY BEVERAGES IN-SUITE AND THROUGHOUT THE SHIP

Select wines, premium spirits and speciality coffees, as well as juices and soft drinks are complimentary in all bars and lounges. Your suite’s refrigerator and bar are also stocked with your preferred beverages including wines and spirits.

GRATUITIES ALWAYS INCLUDED

Onboard gratuities are included in your cruise fare, assuring a level of service motivated only by a desire to see you smile. Not including spa and salon treatments. OPEN-SEATING DINING

Dine when and with whomever you please during breakfast, lunch and dinner. No assigned times, no assigned tables. IN-SUITE DINING AND ROOM SERVICE

You can have breakfast delivered to your suite or a formal dinner ordered from The Restaurant menu. Lighter fare is always available from our room service menu. COMPLIMENTARY EXPEDITION ACTIVITIES AND SHORE EXCURSIONS AT ALL PORTS

A programme of unique shore experiences, led by expert guides, extend our onboard educational programme ashore.

ANTARCTICA

EA ST A SIA & RUSSIAN FAR EA ST

S I LV E R E X P L O R E R

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VOYAGE

DATE

DAYS

7501 ^

9 Jan

10

7502 ^

19 Jan

132 GUESTS

FARES FROM

PORT Ushuaia, Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 days), Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Ushuaia

$10,950

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Ushuaia, Day at Sea, New Island, West Point Island, Stanley, 2 Days at Sea, South Georgia (3 days), 2 Days at Sea, Elephant Island, Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (4 days), Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Ushuaia

$18,950

$10,950

7503 ^

6 Feb

10

Ushuaia, Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 days), Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Ushuaia

7504 ^

16 Feb

10

Ushuaia, Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 days), Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Ushuaia

$10,450

7505 ^

26 Feb

10

Ushuaia, Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 days), Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Ushuaia

$10,450

7506 ^

8 Mar

23

Ushuaia, Day at Sea, New Island, West Point Island, Stanley, 2 Days at Sea, South Georgia (5 days), 4 Days at Sea, Tristan De Cunha, Nightingale Island, 4 Days at Sea, Cape Town

$9,950

$16,950

$10,450

7525 ^

14 Nov

18

Ushuaia, Day at Sea, New Island, West Point Island, Stanley, 2 Days at Sea, South Georgia (3 days), 2 Days at Sea, Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 days), Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Ushuaia

7526 ^

2 Dec

10

Ushuaia, Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 days), Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Ushuaia

$10,450 $14,650

7527 ^

12 Dec

10

Ushuaia, Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (5 days), Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Ushuaia

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22 Dec

12

Ushuaia, Day at Sea, New Island, West Point Island, Stanley, 2 Days at Sea, Cruise and explore Antarctic Peninsula (4 days), Transit the Drake Passage (2 days), Ushuaia

ARCTIC S I LV E R E X P L O R E R

FARES FROM

DATE

DAYS

7512 ^

12 Jun

10

Tromsø, Day at Sea, Bear Island, Cruise and explore Svalbard (7 days), Longyearbyen

$8,150

7513 ^

22 Jun

10

Longyearbyen, Cruise and explore Svalbard (7 days), Bear Island, Tromsø

$8,150

7514 ^

2 Jul

10

Tromsø, Day at Sea, Bear Island, Cruise and explore Svalbard (7 days), Longyearbyen

$8,150

7515 ^

12 Jul

10

Longyearbyen, Cruise and explore Svalbard (7 days), Bear Island, Tromsø

$8,150

7516 ^

22 Jul

10

Tromsø, Day at Sea, Bear Island, Cruise and explore Svalbard (7 days), Longyearbyen

14

Longyearbyen, Cruise and explore Svalbard (5 days), 2 Days at Sea, Scoresby Sund (4 days), Day at Sea, Grundarfjordur, Reykjavik

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3 Sep

DATE

DAYS

9514

21 Jun

18

Otaru, Korsakov, Tyleniy Island, Chirpoy Island, Yankicha Island, Matua Island, Lovyshki Islands, Makanrushi Island, Atlasova Island, Petropavlovsk (Kamchatsky), Day at Sea, Cross International Date Line (gain a day), Attu Island, Kiska Harbour, Adak, Day at Sea, Dutch Harbour, Unga Spit, Semidi Islands, Geographic Harbour, Kukak Bay, Chiswell Islands, Holgate Glacier, Seward

9515

8 Jul

12

Seward, Holgate Glacier, Chiswell Islands, Kukak Bay, Geographic Harbour, Semidi Islands, Chignik, Unga Spit, Dutch Harbour, St. Paul Island, St. Matthew Island, Hall Island, Cross International Date Line (lose a day), Provideniya, Cape Dezhnev, Big Diomede Island, Yanrakynnot, Yttygran Island, Cross International Date Line (gain a day), Nome (Alaska)

$9,950

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Nome (Alaska), Cross International Date Line (lose a day), Provideniya, Big Diomede Island, Cape Dezhnev, Yanrakynnot, Yttygran Island, Day at Sea, Anastasiya Bay, Dezneva Bay, Meynypilgyno Village, Cape Navarin, Gulf of Anadyr, Anadyr, Kresta Bay, Konergino & Meechkin Island, Enmelen & Rudera Cape, Preobrazheniya & Achen Lagoon, Provideniya, Cross International Date Line (gain a day), Nome (Alaska)

$11,650

$14,150

9516

20 Jul

PORT

$14,950

9517

3 Aug

17

Nome (Alaska), Cross International Date Line (lose a day), Provideniya, Gabriela Bay, Dezneva Bay, Lavrova Bay, Verkhoturov Island, Tymlat, Karaginskiy Island, Cape Severo-Zapadnyi, Nikolskoe, Chazma River, Kamenistaya Bay, Zupanova River, Morzovaya Bay, Petropavlovsk (Kamchatsky), Shumshu Island, Atlasova Island, Onekotan Island, Lovyshki Islands, Matua Island, Yankicha Island, Chirpoy Island, Tyuleniy Island, Korsakov, Otaru

9518

21 Aug

18

Otaru, Korsakov, Tyuleniy Island, Piltun Lagoon, Iona Island, Shantar Islands, Malminskie Islands & Fedora Bay, Okhotsk, Talan Island & Zavyalov Island, Yamskie Islands & Cape Japon, Kvachina River & Utkholok Peninsula, Kamchatka River, Shumshu Island, Atlasova Island, Onekotan Island, Lovyshki Island, Matua Island, Yankicha Island, Chirpoy Island, Kunashir Island, Korsakov, Otaru

$14,950

9519

8 Sep

15

Otaru, Korsakov, Day at Sea, Olga Bay, Petrov & Zakatnaya, Vladivostok , 2 Days at Sea, Kumamoto, Yakushima, Motobo (Okinawa), Miyako-jima, Iriomote-jima, Taketomi Island, Hualien, Taipei (Keelung)

$12,550

PORT

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DATE

DAYS

9501

7 Jan

15

Dunedin, The Snares, Enderby & Auckland Islands, Day at Sea, Macquarie Island , Day at Sea, Campbell Island, Day at Sea, Antipodes Islands, Bounty Islands, Pitt Island, Chatham Island, Day at Sea, Napier, Wellington

$8,150

9502

22 Jan

9

Wellington, Kaikoura, Nelson, Day at Sea, Cruising Milford & Dusky Sounds, The Snares, Ulva Island (Steward Island), Dunedin, Lyttelton (Christchurch)

$6,950

$11,450

9507#

28 Mar

12

Benoa (Bali), Kodi, Komodo, Pink Beach (Komodo), Savu, Day at Sea, Wyndham, Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (6 days), Broome

$9,450

Reykjavik, Day at Sea, Skoldungen Fjord (Thyrms Glacier), Prins Christian Sund, Nanortalik, Unartoq Island, Qaqortoq, Hvalsey, Brattahild, Itilleq, Day at Sea, Nuuk, Sisimiut, Ilulissat, Day at Sea, Kangerlussuaq

$9,750

9508#

9 Apr

10

Broome, Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (5 days), Wyndham, Day at Sea, Leti Island, Darwin

$9,850

19 Apr

10

Darwin, Leti Island, Day at Sea, Wyndham, Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (6 days), Broome

$9,850

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Kangerlussuaq, Sisimiut, Qeqertarsuaq, Qilaqitsoq, Uummannaq, Saqqaq, Eqip Sermia Glacier, Ilulissat, Day at Sea, Kangerlussuaq

9509# $6,450

9510#

29 Apr

10

Broome, Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (6 days), Wyndham, Day at Sea, Leti Island, Darwin

$9,850

9511#

9 May

10

Darwin, Leti Island, Day at Sea, Wyndham, Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (6 days), Broome

$9,850

17

Kangerlussuaq, Sisimiut, Saqqaq, Ilulissat, Day at Sea, Nuuk, Day at Sea, Iqaluit, Lower Savage Island, Nanook Harbour (Baffin Island), Day at Sea, Cape Dorset (Baffin Island), Opingivik, Akpatok Island, 2 Days at Sea, Battle Harbour, L’Anse aux Meadows, Twillingate, St. John's (Newfoundland)

9512#

19 May

10

Broome, Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (6 days), Wyndham, Day at Sea, Leti Island, Darwin

$9,850

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Auckland, White Island, Napier, Day at Sea, Chatham Island, Pitt Island, Bounty Islands, Antipodes Islands, Day at Sea, Campbell Island, Enderby & Auckland Islands, The Snares, Cruising Dusky Sound, Ulva Island (Steward Island), Dunedin

$9,450

9526 Overnight in port

FARES FROM

VOYAGE

AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

132 GUESTS

VOYAGE

7517 ^

120 GUESTS

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit

Diving available on this voyage

20 Dec

PORT

$11,850

$13,150

^ Silver Explorer Air Charter Packages. See page 26 for more information. # Kimberley voyages include complimentary Bungle Bungle flight.

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2 0 1 5 V O YA G E S

M I C R O N E S I A, M E L A N E S I A & P O LY N E S I A

EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES

G A L Á PA G O S I S L A N D S

S I LV E R D I S C O V E R E R

S I LV E R E X P L O R E R

S I LV E R G A L A P A G O S

VOYAGE 9504

9505*

9520*

9521

9522

9523

9524

9525

DATE 8 Feb

21 Feb

28 Sep

14 Oct

25 Oct

4 Nov

19 Nov

7 Dec

DAYS

120 GUESTS

PORT

13

Auckland, Bay of Islands, Day at Sea, Norfolk Island, Day at Sea, Ile des Pins, Lifou, Tanna, Ambrym Island, Luganville, Champagne Beach, Tikopia, Utupua Island, Port Mary (Santa Ana Island), Honiara

17

Honiara, Marovo Lagoon (Vangunu Island), Kennedy Island, Rabaul , Tatau Island, Kapingamarangi, Nukuoro (Pohnpei), Kolonia (Pohnpei), Day at Sea, Chuuk Lagoon, Pulap (Chuuk), Satawal (Yap), Ifalik (Yap), Day at Sea, Yap (Yap), Ngulu Atoll (Yap), Koror

16

12

10

FARES FROM $9,250

$12,150

Koror, Ngulu Atoll (Yap), Yap (Yap), Sorol (Yap), Day at Sea, Ali Island, Murik Lakes, Kopar Village (Sepik River), Madang, Tami Islands, Day at Sea, Gizo, Kennedy Island, Marovo Lagoon (Vangunu Island), Port Mary (Santa Ana Island), Utupua Island, 2 Days at Sea, Lautoka

$14,550

Lautoka, Levuka (Ovalau), Leleuvia, Fulanga, Day at Sea, Neiafu (Vava'u Group), Mala Island, Cross International Date Line (gain a day), Alofi, Day at Sea, Palmerston Island, Aitutaki, Day at Sea, Bora Bora, Opoa (Raiatea), Moto Iriru (Raiatea), Papeete

$10,850

Papeete, Rangiroa, Ahe Lagoon (Tuamoto Islands), Manihi, Day at Sea, Fatu Hiva (Marquesas Islands), Pau Mao Bay (Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands), Atuona (Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands), Hakahau (Ua Pao, Marquesas Islands), Day at Sea, Fakarava (Tuamoto Archipelago), Tikihau (Tuamotu Archipelago), Papeete

14

Papeete, Bora Bora, Day at Sea, Aitutaki, Day at Sea, Suwarrow, Manihiki, Cross International Date Line (lose a day), 2 Days at Sea, Kanton Island, Phoenix Islands (2 days), Nukunono, Assau, Apia

18

Apia, Asau, Mata-Utu (Wallis Island), Day at Sea, Funafuti, Nanumea, Day at Sea, Bonriki (Tarawa Atoll), Butaritari, Majuro, Bouj (Ailinglaplap Atoll), Jeh (Ailinglaplap Atoll), Day at Sea, Kosrae, Pingelap, Day at Sea, Kapingamarangi, Day at Sea, Taro Island, Honiara

12

Honiara, Auki, Langa Langa Lagoon, Port Mary (Santa Ana Island), Utupua Island, Luganville, Ambrym Island, Lifou, Ile des Pins, Day at Sea, Norfolk Island, Day at Sea, Bay of Islands, Auckland

VOYAGE

9506*

9513

DATE

10 Mar

29 May

DAYS

18

14

Koror, Fanna & Sonsorol Islands, Day at Sea, Ternate, Boo Islands, Misool Island (Raja Ampat), Den Weg Islands (Teluk Berau), MacCluer Gulf (Teluk Berau), Day at Sea, Agats (Asmat Expedition) , Day at Sea, Banda Nera, Day at Sea, Kalabahi (Takpala), Alor Island, Lamalerap Village (Lomblem Island), Palau Suanggi, Savu, Komodo, Pink Beach (Komodo), Kodi, Bali (Benoa) Darwin, Day at Sea, Savu, Palau Suanggi, Lamalerap Village (Lomblem Island), Alor Island, Kalabahi (Takpala), Day at Sea, Palopo (Sulawesi), Pare Pare (Sulawesi), Day at Sea, Tarakan, Tawau (Sabah), Sipadan Island, Kinabatangan River, Sandakan, Kudat, Kota Kinabalu

7509

DATE 23 Apr 7 May 18 May

DAYS 14 11 11

Dakar, Day at Sea, Praia, Mindelo (St. Vicente Island), Day at Sea, Ad Dakhla, Las Palmas, San

7511

$9,050

$12,650

$14,250

$8,550

Ponta Delgada (Azores), Horta, Madalena, (Pico Island, Azores), Angra do Heroismo (Azores), Day at Sea, Funchal, Porto Santo, 2 Days at Sea, Safi, Casablanca, Portimão, Lisbon Lisbon, Leixoes (Oporto), Vigo, Cies Islands, Day at Sea, Bilbao, Bordeaux

, Dartmouth, St. Mary’s (Isles

of Scilly), Tresco (Isles of Scilly), Pembroke, Skomer Island, Dublin

29 May

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FARES FROM

VOYAGE (7 DAYS)

DATE

FARES FROM

3 Jan

$5,850

8502

10 Jan

$5,850

8503

17 Jan

$5,850

8504

24 Jan

$5,850

8505

31 Jan

$5,850

8506

7 Feb

$5,850

8507

14 Feb

$5,850

8508

21 Feb

$5,850

8509

28 Feb

$5,850

8510

7 Mar

$6,250

8511

14 Mar

$6,250

8512

21 Mar

$6,250

8513

28 Mar

$6,250

8514

4 Apr

$6,250

8515

11 Apr

$6,250

8516

18 Apr

$6,250

8517

25 Apr

$6,250

8518

2 May

$5,850

8519

9 May

$5,850

8520

16 May

$5,850

8521

23 May

$5,850

8522

30 May

$5,850

8523

6 Jun

$5,850

8524

13 Jun

$6,250

FARES FROM

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20 Jun

$6,250

8526

27 Jun

$6,250

8527

4 Jul

$6,250

8528

11 Jul

$6,250

$12,150

8529

18 Jul

$6,250

8530

25 Jul

$6,250

8531

1 Aug

$6,250

8532

8 Aug

$6,250

8533

15 Aug

$6,250

8534

22 Aug

$6,250

8535

29 Aug

$5,850

8535A

5 Sep

$5,850

8536

26 Sep

$5,850

8537

3 Oct

$5,850

8538

10 Oct

$5,850

8539

17 Oct

$5,850

8540

24 Oct

$5,850

8541

31 Oct

$5,850

$5,050 $5,750

AFRICA VOYAGE

DATE

7507

31 Mar

DAYS 23

132 GUESTS

PORT Cape Town, Day at Sea, Luderitz, Walvis Bay , Day at Sea, Namibe, Lobito, Luanda, Pointe Noire, Day at Sea, São Tomé, Kribi, Limbe (Victoria), Day at Sea, Cotonou, Lome, Day at Sea, Takoradi, 2 Days at Sea, Aberdeen (Freetown), Day at Sea, Dakar

S I LV E R E X P L O R E R

132 GUESTS

FARES FROM

$12,850

VOYAGE

DATE

7522

11 Oct

8

PORT Colon, Transit Panama Canal, Darien Jungle, Bahia Solano, Ultria National Park (Nugui Harbour) Gorgona, Manta, Isla de la Plata, Guayaquil

, Isla

FARES FROM

8542

7 Nov

$5,850

8543

14 Nov

$5,850

8544

21 Nov

$5,850

8545

28 Nov

$5,850

$4,250

8546

5 Dec

$5,850

8547

12 Dec

$5,850

8548

19 Dec

$7,250

8549

26 Dec

$7,250

Guayaquil, Paita, Cruising Isla Lobos de Tierra, Salaverry, Isla Guanape, Callao, Paracas, Day at Sea, Matarani, Arica, Day at Sea, Antofogasta, Isla Pan de Azucar, Isla Chanaral, Coquimbo, Valparaíso (Santiago)

$6,450

Valparaíso (Santiago), Day at Sea, Niebla, Puerto Montt, Castro, Day at Sea, Cruising Pio X Glacier, 7524 12 Nov 15 Cruise White Narrows, Puerto Natales , Cruise White Narrows, Punta Arenas, Garibaldi Glacier, Ushuaiaguests enjoy a 5% additional benefit Overnight in port Venetian Society Diving available on this voyage

$6,350

7523 $12,150

DAYS

19 Oct

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WESTERN ITINERARY SAN CRISTOBAL TO BALTRA

DATE

(Bronnoy), Vega Archipelago, Trollfjorden Cruise, Tromsø

S I LV E R E X P L O R E R

NORTH CENTRAL ITINERARY BALTRA TO SAN CRISTOBAL

8501

$7,850

Tvøroyri, Vestmanna Bird Cliffs, Day at Sea, Geiranger, Isle of Runde, Ålesund, Kristiansund, Torghatten

GALÁPAGOS PRE- & POST-CRU ISE LAND ADV ENT U RES

100 GUESTS

VOYAGE (7 DAYS)

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA

01

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$6,450

Sebastian, Selvagem, Funchal, Day at Sea, Angra do Heroismo (Azores), Ponta Delgada (Azores)

* Silver Discoverer Air Charter Packages. See page 26 for more information.

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FARES FROM

PORT

Dublin, Church Bay, Portrush, Iona, Tobermory, Armadale Bay (Isle of Skye), Isle of Rum, St. Kilda, Torshavn,

120 GUESTS

PORT

7508

7510

SOUTHEAST ASIA S I LV E R D I S C O V E R E R

VOYAGE

132 GUESTS

SILVER GALAPAGOS AIR PACKAGE For Silver Galapagos voyages guests are strongly recommended to purchase the Silver Galapagos Air Package to ensure a smooth arrival and departure in Ecuador. The Silver Galapagos Air Package includes Economy Class Air from Quito to Galápagos and return to Guayaquil; Galápagos National Park entrance fees and Galápagos Immigration fee. In addition Silversea recommends the purchase of airport / hotel transfers in Quito and Guayaquil, one night pre-hotel accommodations in Quito and, if necessary, use of a hotel dayroom in Guayaquil (for those with late evening flight departures). Guests purchasing the Silver Galapagos Air Package will be met by a Silversea host at Quito airport to assist them with the airline check-in and immigration process, and upon arrival in Galápagos our host will welcome and guide guests through the park entrance process and direct them to waiting ground transportation.

Extend your Galápagos Islands voyage with these Land Adventures. Offered before or after select voyages, these excursions explore a region’s must-see destinations and include accommodation, porterage, transfers, sightseeing and some meals. LIMA , PERU

Amazon Explorer Pygmy marmosets, Howler monkeys, toucan — the lowland forests of Peru’s Amazon Basin offer some of the most exceptional wildlife viewing opportunities on the planet. Journey to a destination where few travellers have set foot. Travel in all-suite luxury aboard M/V Aria, dining on perhaps the finest Amazonian-Peruvian gourmet cuisine on the river. Learn about this amazing ecosystem from expert naturalists as you cruise through wild lands of unsurpassed beauty. This adventure also includes an overnight stay and tour of Lima, Peru’s colonial capital. Six nights post-cruise

Lake Titicaca & Puno Journey into the Andes to Lake Titicaca, known as the ‘Sacred Waters of the Inca Empire’ and the highest navigable lake in the world. Cruise to the floating reed islands of the Uros people with their centuriesold way of life, and visit Taquile Island to admire the ancient weaving traditions of the Quechuaspeaking Taquilenos. ‘Taquile and its Textile Art’ has been proclaimed a “Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity” by UNESCO. In Puno, visit the Sillustani tombs, ingeniously designed chullpas (burial towers) of the ancient Colla civilisation, before your overnight and flight to Quito.

Machu Picchu Explorer Begin your Galápagos expedition with the unmatched splendour of Machu Picchu, the glorious ‘Lost City of the Incas’ and one of the ‘New Seven Wonders of the World’. Set high in the Peruvian Andes amidst craggy peaks and billowing clouds, this spectacular monument of human achievement lay undiscovered until 1911. Tours, overnights and flights from Lima to beautiful Cusco and stunning Quito, plus a scenic roundtrip journey in Peru’s Vistadome train are included in this unforgettable land programme. Four nights pre-cruise Three nights post-cruise

Machu Picchu Grande Explorer Similar to Machu Picchu Explorer, this enhanced land programme, however, features a journey to Machu Picchu aboard the legendary Hiram Bingham, one of the top 10 rail journeys in the world. Travel in luxury in exquisitely and meticulously restored Pullman cars and enjoy brunch with live music as you travel through the dramatic Andean scenery of the Urubamba Valley. Stay overnight at the famed Sanctuary Lodge, the only hotel adjacent to Machu Picchu, allowing you to spend additional time to explore the ancient Inca citadel with fewer tourists. Four nights pre-cruise Three nights post-cruise

Four nights pre-cruise

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SILV ERSKY ® AIR PROGRAMME

Silversea offers one of the most exclusive experiences at sea and one of the best values in travel. Book your voyage early and enjoy the best fares available. All programmes are capacity controlled and subject to availability.

The Silversky® 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 airfare and transfers between 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 charge.

FARE GUARANTEE PROGRAMME

THE VENETIAN SOCIETY

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.

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.

SILVER PRIVILEGE FARES

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O UR P R O GR A MMES

Membership Privileges •

Onboard recognition and private parties

ONBOARD BOOKINGS

Additional 5% benefit on select voyages

Book your next voyage while you are sailing and enjoy up to 5% benefit on the cruise fare.

Ship visitation privileges

EXTENDED VOYAGE SAVINGS

On select 2015 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 good 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

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SOLO TRAVELLERS

Single fares are available on all voyages ranging from 25%–100% above the double occupancy fare.

REST ASSURED PROGRAMME

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These multi-day programmes offer additional opportunities to discover more of the hidden treasures of the lands you visit. Available on select voyages. Visit silversea.com for more information.

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TERMS & C ON DI T I O N S All Silver Privilege Fares are cruise-only, available in US dollars, per guest, based on doubleoccupancy. 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. Expedition Highlights and wildlife described in this brochure are possible experiences only and cannot be guaranteed. 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 & Equador. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR TRAVEL PROFESSIONAL

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SILVERSEA EXPEDITIONS AIR CHARTER To facilitate travel to certain remote embarkation/debarkation ports it may become mandatory for guests 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. ^Silver Explorer Air Charter Packages For Silver Explorer voyages embarking and/or disembarking in Ushuaia and Longyearbyen, guests are required to purchase Silversea’s Air Charter Package for an additional charge. Air Charter Packages for voyages embarking and/or disembarking in Ushuaia include Economy Class charter air service between Buenos Aires and Ushuaia plus applicable transfers in Ushuaia between airport/pier. Air Charter Packages for voyages embarking and/or disembarking in Longyearbyen include Economy Class charter air service between Oslo and Longyearbyen plus applicable transfers in Longyearbyen between airport/pier. *Silver Discoverer Air Charter Package For Silver Discoverer voyages embarking and/or disembarking in Koror, Palau, guests are required to purchase Silversea’s Air Charter Package for an additional charge. Air Charter Packages for voyages embarking and/or disembarking in Koror, Palau include Economy Class charter air service between Manila (or other gateway city as designated by Silversea) and Koror plus applicable transfers in Koror. Purchase of the Silver Explorer and/or Silver Discoverer Air Charter Package is required regardless of utilisation. Additional restrictions apply. Ushuaia, Longyearbyen and Koror Air Charter Package may only be cancelled upon complete cancellation of the cruise reservation and is 100% non-refundable 60-0 days prior to the initial sailing date. For full terms and conditions please see our website at www.silversea.com/terms-conditions/ air-programme.

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