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VOYAGES

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2017

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Summary Calendar Day by Day

SILVER MUSE 596 GUESTS 2017

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

NICE > Portofino > Livorno > Civitavecchia (Rome) > Sorrento Mykonos > Rhodes > Kusadasi > Dikili > ISTANBUL

06 MAY

10

6706B

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Sorrento Kusadasi > Dikili > ISTANBUL

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

> San Antonio > Porto Mahón > Bonifacio > Monte Carlo BARCELONA > Palma de Mallorca > Ibiza Portovenere > Livorno > CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

21 JUN

12

6710

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

03 JUL

12

6711

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

15 JUL

12

6712

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Mykonos > Santorini > Rhodes > Heraklion > Monemvasia > Katakolon > Valletta > Taormina > Palermo > Sorrento > CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

27 JUL

12

6713

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Olbia > Trapani > Valletta > Catania > Argostoli > Corfu > Kotor Koper > VENICE

08 AUG

12

6714

VENICE > Rijeka > Hvar > Dubrovnik MONTE CARLO

20 AUG

11

6715

MONTE CARLO LISBON

> Amalfi > Taormina > Day at sea > Piraeus (Athens) >

> Amalfi > Taormina > Day at sea > Piraeus (Athens) > Mykonos > Rhodes > > Dubrovnik > Hvar > Koper > VENICE

> Gozo > Taormina > Corfu > Kotor

> Saint Tropez >

> Dubrovnik > Sibenik >

> Dubrovnik > Hvar > Pula >

> Kotor > Brindisi > Taormina > Sorrento > Portoferraio > Portofino > Livorno >

> Saint Tropez > Sanary-sur-Mer > Barcelona

> Valencia > Cartagena > Málaga > Cádiz > Portimão >

NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES 31 AUG

11

6716

LISBON > Leixões > La Coruña > Gijon > Bilbao > Bordeaux SOUTHAMPTON

> Belle Île > St. Peter Port > Saint Malo > Honfleur >

TRANSOCEANIC 12 SEP

16

6718

SOUTHAMPTON > Falmouth > Waterford > Cobh > Galway > 4 Days at sea > St John’s > St. Pierre > Sydney > Charlottetown > Gaspé > Cruising 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 Savannah > Port Canaveral > FORT LAUDERDALE

> Norfolk > Day at sea > Wilmington >

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 > Cruising Chilean Fjords (2 days) > Punta Arenas > Cruising Beagle Channel & Avenue of Glaciers > 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 > Parati > Rio de Janiero > Búzios > 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 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

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

Overnight in Port

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SILVER SPIRIT 540 GUESTS 2017

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 > Transit Panama Canal > 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 > Cruising Beagle Channel & Avenue of Glaciers > 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 Sul > Day at sea > Ilhabela > Parati > Rio de Janiero > Búzios > 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

> Gustavia > Basseterre > Road Town > Punta Cana >

TRANSOCEANIC 31 MAR

13

5707

FORT LAUDERDALE > 2 Days at sea > Hamilton

> 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

26 APR

10

5710

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Sorrento

06 MAY

7

5711

NICE > Olbia > Trapani > Valletta > Siracusa > Amalfi > Sorrento

13 MAY

9

5712

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Portofino > Monte Carlo BARCELONA

22 MAY

9

5713

BARCELONA > Sète > Cannes (Film Festival) CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

31 MAY

7

5714

CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME) > Calvi > Livorno > Monte Carlo

07 JUN

7

5715

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

14 JUN

11

5716

LISBON > Leixões > La Coruña > Bilbao > Saint-Jean-de-Luz > Le Verdon-sur-Mer (Bordeaux) > La Rochelle > Belle Île > Saint Malo > St. Peter Port > ROUEN (PARIS)

25 JUN

12

5717

ROUEN (PARIS) > St. Peter Port > Saint Malo > Day at sea > La Rochelle > Le Verdon-sur-Mer (Bordeaux) > Saint-Jean-de-Luz > Bilbao > La Coruña > Leixões > LISBON

> Taormina > Valletta > Trapani > Olbia > Ajaccio > Livorno > Portofino > NICE > CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

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

> Ajaccio > Monte Carlo (Grand Prix)

> Portofino > Livorno >

> Antibes > Marseille > BARCELONA

07 JUL

10

5718

LISBON > Portimão > Cádiz > Málaga > Cartagena > Day at sea > Trapani > Valletta > Corfu > Day at sea > VENICE

17 JUL

9

5719

VENICE > Ravenna > Sibenik > Dubrovnik

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 SEPT

7

5725

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Monemvasia > Agios Nikolaos > Marmaris > Kusadasi > Mykonos > Mytilene > ISTANBUL

21 SEPT

7

5727B

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Monemvasia > Corfu > Kotor > Hvar > Koper > VENICE

> Saint Tropez

> Kotor > Corfu > Taormina > Capri > Sorrento

> CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

> Marseille > Palamos > Alcùdia > Valencia > BARCELONA > San Antonio > Porto Mahón > Alghero > Portoferraio > Livorno > Dubrovnik > Sibenik > Koper > VENICE

28 SEPT

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 CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

> Ravenna > Trogir > Dubrovnik

>

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

> Saint Tropez > Marseille > Sète > Alcùdia > Valencia > BARCELONA > Monte Carlo > Portoferraio >

AFRICA & THE 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 > Mamoudzou > Nosy Be > Day at sea > Tulear > Day at sea > Maputo > Richards Bay > Durban > Day at sea > Port Elizabeth > Day at sea > CAPE TOWN

Overnight in Port

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit

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


SILVER WHISPER 382 GUESTS 2017

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

AUSTRALIA & THE PACIFIC 06 JAN

20

4701

SAN FRANCISCO > 5 Days at sea > Hilo > Lahaina > Honolulu > 5 Days at sea > Cross International Date Line (lose a day) > Day at sea > 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 BENOA (BALI)

22 FEB

17

4704

BENOA (BALI) > Celukan Bewang > 2 Days at sea > Sandakan > Puerto Princesa > Coron > Manila > Day at sea > Kaohsiung > Keelung > Day at sea > Shanghai > 2 Days at sea > HONG KONG

11 MAR

12

4705

HONG KONG SINGAPORE

>

> Geraldton > Day at sea > Exmouth > 2 Days at sea >

ASIA

> Day at sea > Nha Trang > Ho Chi Minh City

> Day at sea > Bangkok

> Koh Samui > Day at sea >

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCEAN 23 MAR

17

4706

SINGAPORE > Port Klang > 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

09 APR

15

4707

DUBAI > Muscat > Day at sea > Salalah > 4 Days at sea > Safaga > 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) > Nice > MONTE CARLO

03 MAY

7

4709

MONTE CARLO > Portofino > Livorno > Olbia > Calvi > Saint Tropez > Marseille > BARCELONA

NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES 10 MAY

12

4710

BARCELONA > Cartagena > Málaga > Gibraltar > Lisbon > Leixões > La Coruña > Bilbao > Bordeaux SOUTHAMPTON

22 MAY

11

4711

SOUTHAMPTON > Day at sea > Leith

16 JUN

7

4714

SOUTHAMPTON > Zeebrugge > Antwerp > Amsterdam > Bremerhaven

23 JUN

7

4715

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

30 JUN

7

4716

COPENHAGEN > Day at sea > Helsinki > St. Petersburg

07 JUL

7

4717

STOCKHOLM > Day at sea > St. Petersburg

14 JUL

7

4718

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

> Saint Malo >

> Invergordon > Portree > Belfast > Douglas > Dublin > Cobh > Fowey > SOUTHAMPTON > Transit Kiel Canal > Helsingborg > COPENHAGEN

> Tallinn > STOCKHOLM

> Helsinki > Day at sea > COPENHAGEN

21 JUL

7

4719

COPENHAGEN > Day at sea > Helsinki > St. Petersburg

28 JUL

7

4720

STOCKHOLM > Tallinn > St. Petersburg

> Tallinn > STOCKHOLM

> Helsinki > Day at sea > COPENHAGEN

04 AUG

7

4721

COPENHAGEN > Day at sea > Helsinki > St. Petersburg

11 AUG

11

4722

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

> Tallinn > STOCKHOLM

TRANSOCEANIC 22 AUG

17

4723

SOUTHAMPTON > Fowey > Cobh > Dublin > Belfast > 2 Days at sea > Reykjavik > Day at sea > Cruise Prince Christian Sound > Narsarsuaq > Day at sea > L’Anse-aux-Meadows > Corner Brook > Gaspé > Québec City > MONTRÉAL

CANADA & NEW ENGLAND 08 SEP

11

4724

MONTRÉAL > Trois Rivières > Québec City > Cruising Saguenay River > Saguenay > Day at sea > Cap aux Meules > 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 > Gaspé > Cruising Saguenay River > Saguenay > Québec City > Trois Rivières > MONTRÉAL

23 OCT

10

4728

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

CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA 02 NOV

11

4729

NEW YORK > Day at sea > Hamilton

> 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 > Macapá > Santarém > Boca da Valeria > Manaus > Parintins > Alter do Chão > Macapá > 2 Days at sea > Scarborough > BRIDGETOWN

CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA 01 DEC

10

4731

BRIDGETOWN > Castries > Roseau > Basseterre > Philipsburg Day at sea > FORT LAUDERDALE

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

11 DEC

8

4732

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

19 DEC

18

4733

FORT LAUDERDALE > Day at sea > Port Antonio > Day at sea > Cartagena > Day at sea > Oranjestad > Willemstad > Day at sea > Castries > Roseau > Gustavia > Spanish Town > San Juan > Samana > Grand Turk > Day at sea > FORT LAUDERDALE

Overnight in Port

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> FORT LAUDERDALE


SILVER SHADOW 382 GUESTS 2017

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

ASIA 11

3701

HONG KONG > Day at sea > Chan May > Nha Trang > Ho Chi Minh City Day at sea > SINGAPORE

04 MAY

15

3709

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

18 MAY

7

3710

25 MAY

7

3711

01 JUN

7

3712

08 JUN

7

3713

15 JUN

7

3714

22 JUN

7

3715

29 JUN

7

3716

06 JUL

7

3717

13 JUL

7

3718

20 JUL

7

3719

27 JUL

7

3720

03 AUG

7

3721

10 AUG

7

3722

17 AUG

7

3723

24 AUG

7

3724

31 AUG

7

3725

07 SEP

14

3726

SEWARD > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD SEWARD > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD SEWARD > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD SEWARD > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD SEWARD > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD SEWARD > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD SEWARD > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD SEWARD > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > Sitka > Juneau > Skagway > Ketchikan > Cruising the Inside Passage > VANCOUVER VANCOUVER > Cruising the Inside Passage > Ketchikan > Juneau > Skagway > Sitka > Cruising the Hubbard Glacier > SEWARD SEWARD > Kodiak > Day at sea > Dutch Harbor > 2 Days at sea > Cross International Date Line (lose a day) > Day at sea > Petropavlovsk > 2 Days at sea > Kushiro > Hakodate > Aomori > Day at sea > TOKYO

22 SEP

16

3727

08 OCT

14

3728

22 OCT

12

3729

03 NOV

14

3730

17 NOV

18

3731

04 JAN

> Day at sea > Bangkok

> Koh Samui >

ALASKA

ASIA TOKYO > Shimizu > Osaka > Hiroshima > Busan > Jeju > Incheon > Day at sea > Tianjin > Day at sea > Shanghai 2 Days at sea > HONG KONG HONG KONG > Day at sea > Ha Long Bay > Chan May > Nha Trang > Ho Chi Minh City > Day at sea > Bangkok Koh Samui > Day at sea > SINGAPORE SINGAPORE > Day at sea > Kuching > Bintulu > Muara > Kota Kinabalu > Sandakan > Puerto Princesa > Coron > Manila > Day at sea > HONG KONG HONG KONG > Day at sea > Ha Long Bay > Da Nang > Nha Trang > Ho Chi Minh City > Day at sea > Bangkok Koh Samui > Day at sea > SINGAPORE SINGAPORE > Day at sea > Jakarta > Semarang > Surabaya > Benoa (Bali) > Komodo > 2 Days at sea > Darwin > 2 Days at sea > Cooktown > Cairns > Townsville > Day at sea > Brisbane > Day at sea > SYDNEY

> >

>

AUSTRALIA & THE PACIFIC 05 DEC

14

3732

19 DEC

15

3733

Overnight in Port

SYDNEY > Day at sea > Melbourne > Day at sea > Hobart > 2 Days at sea > Cruising Milford & Dusky Sounds > Stewart Island > Port Chalmers > Akaroa > Picton > Napier > Tauranga > AUCKLAND AUCKLAND > Tauranga > Napier > Picton > Akaroa > Port Chalmers > Cruising Milford & Dusky Sounds > 2 Days at sea > Hobart > Day at sea > Melbourne > Eden > SYDNEY

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SILVER WIND 296 GUESTS 2017

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA 05 JAN

14

2701

FORT LAUDERDALE > 2 Days at sea > Oranjestad > Kralendijk > Willemstad > Santa Marta > Cartagena > Colón > 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 SAN JUAN

> Philipsburg >

10 FEB

7

2704

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

TRANSOCEANIC 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

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 > Leixões > La Coruña > Day at sea > Saint Malo > Honfleur > SOUTHAMPTON

> Amalfi > Messina > Corfu > Kotor

> Ravenna > Zadar > Dubrovnik

> Dubrovnik > Sibenik > VENICE

> Kotor > Corfu > Taormina > Capri > Sorrento

> CIVITAVECCHIA (ROME)

NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES 31 MAY

12

2716

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

12 JUN

17

2717

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE) > Day at sea > Haugesund > Flåm > Gudvangen > Ålesund > Day at sea > Svolvaer > Cruising Trollfjorden > Tromsø > Honningsvåg > Cruising North Cape > Day at sea > Bodo > Trondheim > Molde > Cruising Nordfjord > Olden > Bergen > Stavanger > Day at sea > LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE)

29 JUN

15

2718

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE) > Transit Kiel Canal > Copenhagen > Visby > Stockholm > Tallinn > St. Petersburg 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 > Cruising Trollfjorden > Tromsø > Honningsvåg > Cruising North Cape > Day at sea > Bodo > Trondheim > Molde > Olden > Cruising Nordfjord > Bergen > Stavanger > Day at sea > LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE)

31 JUL

12

2720

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE) > Day at sea > Falmouth > Cobh > Dublin > Holyhead > Belfast > Douglas > Greenock > 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 Gijon > La Coruña > Leixões > LISBON

> Husavik > Day at sea > Tórshavn > Lerwick > Kirkwall > Dundee > Leith

23 SEP

7

2724

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

30 SEP

10

2725

BARCELONA > Palma de Mallorca > Ibiza Portofino > MONTE CARLO

10 OCT

10

2726

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

20 OCT

10

2727

VENICE > Zadar > Dubrovnik Dikili > ISTANBUL

30 OCT

11

2728

ISTANBUL > Canakkale > Piraeus (Athens) > Transit Corinth Canal > Itea > Katakolon > Taormina > Sorrento > Olbia > Monte Carlo > Marseille > BARCELONA

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

>

> Kotor > Igoumenitsa > Itea > Transit Corinth Canal > Santorini > Kusadasi >

TRANSOCEANIC 15

2729

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

CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA 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 > St. George’s > Basseterre > Gustavia > San Juan > 2 Days at sea > FORT LAUDERDALE

Overnight in Port

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit

>

> Bilbao >

MEDITERRANEAN

10 NOV

>


SILVER CLOUD 296 GUESTS 2017

DAYS

VOYAGE

(until August 2017)

PORTS

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCEAN 04 JAN

14

1701

CAPE TOWN > Day at sea > Walvis Bay > 2 Days at sea > Port Elizabeth > East London > Durban > Richards 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 > Nosy Be > Mamoudzou > Day at sea > Zanzibar > Mombasa > 2 Days at sea > MAHÉ

17 MAR

15

1707

MAHÉ > 3 Days at sea > Malé > Cochin 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)

>

> Day at sea > Mumbai > 2 Days at sea > Muscat > Fujairah > Dubai >

MEDITERRANEAN 19 APR

8

1709

PIRAEUS (ATHENS) > Monemvasia > Santorini > Marmaris > Kusadasi > Mykonos > Canakkale > Myrina > PIRAEUS (ATHENS)

09 MAY

10

1711

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

19 MAY

10

1712

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

NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES 29 MAY

12

1713

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

10 JUN

10

1714

LONDON (TOWER BRIDGE) > Antwerp > Amsterdam > Transit Kiel Canal > Wismar > Copenhagen > Aarhus > Gothenburg > Arendal > OSLO

20 JUN

17

1715

OSLO > Day at sea > Hellesylt > Geiranger > Day at sea > Harstad > Tromsø > Honnningsvåg > Day at sea > Archangel > Day at sea > Murmansk > Alta > Day at sea > Trondheim > Molde > Bergen > Kristiansand > OSLO

07 JUL

12

1716

OSLO > Skagen > Fredericia > Helsingborg > Rønne > Visby > Turku > Helsinki > St. Petersburg STOCKHOLM

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

> St. Peter Port > Saint Malo > Honfleur >

> Tallinn >

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

> Tallinn > STOCKHOLM

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

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit


JANUARY 2017

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCE AN

INFO

P30

APRIL 2017

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

INFO

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCE AN

P32

4th

14

1701

Cape Town > Cape Town

1st

18

1708

Abu Dhabi > Piraeus (Athens)

18th

10

1702

Cape Town > Cape Town

9th

15

4707

Dubai > Piraeus (Athens)

28th

10

1703

Cape Town > Cape Town

ASIA 4th

11

3701

MEDITERR ANE AN P40

10th 13th

P44

13th 19th

8

20th 22nd

Hong Kong > Singapore

AUSTR ALIA & THE PACIFIC 6th

20

4701

San Francisco >Auckland

27th

13

4702

Auckland > Melbourne

CARIBBE AN & CENTR AL AMERICA

P60

8

P52

6703

Montecarlo Roundtrip

9

2711

Civitavecchia (Rome) > Monte Carlo

9

5708

Lisbon > Barcelona

1709

Piraeus (Athens) Roundtrip

13

6705

Monte Carlo > Nice

9

2712

Civitavecchia (Rome) > Venice

5th

14

2701

Fort Lauderdale Roundtrip

24th

9

4708

Piraeus (Athens) > Monte Carlo

5th

11

5701

Fort Lauderdale Roundtrip

26th

10

5710

Civitavecchia (Rome) > Nice

19th

14

2702

Fort Lauderdale Roundtrip

SOUTH AMERICA 16th

18

5702

P64 Fort Lauderdale > Valparaíso

MAY 2016

FEBRUARY 2017

8

2703

INFO

P52

1st

10

2713

Venice > Civitavecchia (Rome)

3rd

7

4709

Monte Carlo > Barcelona

3rd

13

6706

Nice > Istanbul

Fort Lauderdale > San Juan

6th

10

6706B

Civitavecchia (Rome)

7

5711

Nice > Civitavecchia (Rome)

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

CARIBBE AN & CENTR AL AMERICA 2nd

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

MEDITERR ANE AN INFO

P60

> Istanbul

10th

7

2704

San Juan Roundtrip

6th

24th

11

2706

San Juan Roundtrip

9th

10

1711

Piraeus (Athens) > Monte Carlo

13th

9

5712

Civitavecchia (Rome)

16th

12

6707

Istanbul > Venice

SOUTH AMERICA

P64

3rd

17

5703

Valparaíso > Buenos Aires

20th

18

5704

Buenos Aires > Bridgetown

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCE AN 7th

10

1704

Cape Town Roundtrip

17th

10

1705

Cape Town Roundtrip

1706

Cape Town > Mahé

27th

18

AUSTR ALIA & THE PACIFIC 9th

13

4703

P40 17

4704

Benoa (Bali) > Hong Kong

MARCH 2017

P44

Melbourne > Benoa (Bali)

ASIA 22nd

P32

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

CARIBBE AN & CENTR AL AMERICA 10th

10

5705

Bridgetown > Fort Lauderdale

17th

10

2709

San Juan > Fort Lauderdale

20th

11

5706

Fort Lauderdale Roundtrip

17

2710

Fort Lauderdale > Monte Carlo

31st

13

5707

Fort Lauderdale > Lisbon

ASIA 11th

INFO

4705

23rd

17

4706

Singapore > Dubai

17th

15

1707

Mahé > Abu Dhabi

2715

Montecarlo > Southampton

1712

Monte Carlo > Lisbon

22nd

9

5713

Barcelona > Civitavecchia (Rome)

28th

12

6708

Venice > Barcelona

31st

7

5714

Civitavecchia (Rome) > Barcelona Tokyo > Seward (Anchorage)

AL ASK A

P36

4th

15

3709

18th

7

3710

Seward (Anchorage) > Vancouver

25th

7

3711

Vancouver > Seward (Anchorage)

10th

12

4710

Barcelona > Southampton

22nd

11

4711

Southampton Roundtrip

29th

12

1713

Lisbon > London (Tower Bridge)

31st

12

2716

Southampton > London (Tower Bridge)

JUNE 2017

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

AL ASK A

Hong Kong > Singapore

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCE AN

14 10

P56

P60

P40 12

17th 19th

NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES

TR ANSOCE ANIC 27th

> Barcelona

P32

INFO

P36

1st

7

3712

Seward (Anchorage) > Vancouver

8th

7

3713

Vancouver > Seward (Anchorage)

15th

7

3714

Seward (Anchorage) > Vancouver

22nd

7

3715

Vancouver > Seward (Anchorage)

29th

7

3716

Seward (Anchorage) > Vancouver

MEDITERR ANE AN 5715

P52

7th

7

Barcelona > Lisbon

9th

12

6709

Barcelona > Civitavecchia (Rome)

14th

11

5716

Lisbon > Rouen (Paris)

21st

12

6710

Civitavecchia (Rome) > Venice

25th

12

5717

Rouen (Paris) > Lisbon

NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES 10th

10

1714

London (Tower Bridge) > Oslo

12th

17

2717

London (Tower Bridge) Roundtrip

16th

7

4714

Southampton > Copenhagen

20th

17

1715

Oslo Roundtrip

23rd

7

4715

Copenhagen Roundtrip

29th

15

2718

London (Tower Bridge) Roundtrip

30th

7

4716

Copenhagen > Stockholm

P56


JULY 2017

DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

MEDITERR ANE AN 3rd

INFO

P52

OCTOBER 2017

DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

CANADA & NEW ENGL AND

12

6711

Venice > Piraeus (Athens)

1st

11

4726

Montréal > New York

7th

10

5718

Lisbon > Venice

12th

11

4727

New York > Montréal

15th

12

6712

Piraeus (Athens) > Civitavecchia (Rome)

23rd

10

4728

Montréal > New York

17th

9

5719

Venice > Civitavecchia (Rome)

27th

12

6713

Civitavecchia (Rome) > Venice

MEDITERR ANE AN

AL ASK A

P36

9

5729

Civitavecchia (Rome) > Monte Carlo

10th

10

2726

Monte Carlo > Venice

7

3717

Vancouver > Seward (Anchorage)

16th

7

5730

Monte Carlo > Barcelona

13th

7

3718

Seward (Anchorage) > Vancouver

20th

10

2727

Venice > Istanbul

20th

7

3719

Vancouver > Seward (Anchorage)

23rd

9

5731

Barcelona > Civitavecchia (Rome)

27th

7

3720

Seward (Anchorage) > Vancouver

30th

11

2728

Istanbul > Barcelona

8th

14

3728

Hong Kong > Singapore

22nd

12

3729

Singapore > Hong Kong

7th

12

1716

Oslo > Stockholm

7th

7

4717

Stockholm > Copenhagen

14th

7

4718

Copenhagen Roundtrip

14th

17

2719

London (Tower Bridge) Roundtrip

19th

10

1717

Stockholm > Copenhagen

21st

7

4719

Copenhagen > Stockholm

28th

7

4720

Stockholm > Copenhagen

29th

10

1718

Copenhagen > Stockholm

31st

12

2720

London (Tower Bridge) > Reykjavik

P56

ASIA

AUGUST 2017

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

MEDITERR ANE AN 2nd

7

8th

12

9th

9

18th

9

20th

11

27th

7

P40

SOUTH AMERICA

P64

13th

18

6721

Fort Lauderdale > Valparaíso

31st

17

6722

Valparaíso > Buenos Aires

NOVEMBER 2017

DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

CARIBBE AN & CENTR AL AMERICA 2nd

11

4729

New York > Bridgetown

INFO

25th

7

2730

Bridgetown Roundtrip

P52

ASIA 3rd

14

3730

Hong Kong > Singapore

6714

Venice > Monte Carlo

17th

18

3731

Singapore > Sydney

5722

Barcelona > Civitavecchia (Rome)

TR ANSOCE ANIC

5723

Civitavecchia (Rome) > Venice

10th

6715

Monte Carlo > Lisbon

SOUTH AMERICA

5724

Venice > Piraeus (Athens)

13th

18

4730

Bridgetown Roundtrip

17th

19

6723

Buenos Aires > Bridgetown

AL ASK A

P36

15

2729

Barcelona > Bridgetown

P64

3rd

7

3721

Vancouver > Seward (Anchorage)

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCE AN

10th

7

3722

Seward (Anchorage) > Vancouver

15th

17th

7

3723

Vancouver > Seward (Anchorage)

24th

7

3724

Seward (Anchorage) > Vancouver

31st

7

3725

Vancouver > Seward (Anchorage)

NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES 4th

7

4721

Copenhagen > Stockholm

8th

10

1719

Stockholm > Copenhagen

11th

11

4722

Stockholm > Southampton

12th

12

2721

Reykjavik > (Tower Bridge) London

24th

16

2722

London (Tower Bridge) > Hamburg

31st

11

6716

Lisbon > Southampton

P56

17

4723

Southampton > Montréal

SEPTEMBER 2017

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

MEDITERR ANE AN 3rd

7

5725

Piraeus (Athens) > Istanbul

7

5727B

Piraeus (Athens) > Venice

23rd

7

2724

Lisbon > Barcelona

28th

9

5728

Venice > Civitavecchia (Rome)

30th

10

2725

Barcelona > Monte Carlo

3726

Seward (Anchorage) > Tokyo

AL ASK A 7th

14

8th

11

4724

Montréal > New York

19th

12

4725

New York > Montréal

28th

14

6719

Montréal > Fort Lauderdale

NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES 14

2723

P48

P56

Hamburg > Lisbon

TR ANSOCE ANIC 12th

16

6718

Southampton > Montréal

16

3727

Tokyo > Hong Kong

ASIA 22nd

DAYS SHIP

P40

P32

Civitavecchia (Rome) > Dubai

VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

1st

10

4731

Bridgetown > Fort Lauderdale

2nd

7

2731

Bridgetown Roundtrip

6th

12

6724

Bridgetown > Fort Lauderdale

9th

7

2732

Bridgetown Roundtrip

11th

8

4732

Fort Lauderdale Roundtrip

16th

7

2733

Bridgetown Roundtrip

18th

16

6725

Fort Lauderdale Roundtrip

19th

18

4733

Fort Lauderdale Roundtrip

23rd

7

2734

Bridgetown Roundtrip

30th

7

2735

Bridgetown > Fort Lauderdale

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCE AN 3rd

15

5733

Dubai > Mahé

18th

18

5734

Mahé > Cape Town

AUSTR ALIA & THE PACIFIC

P36

CANADA & NEW ENGL AND

9th

INFO

P52

21st

5732

CARIBBE AN & CENTR AL AMERICA

TR ANSOCE ANIC 22nd

18

DECEMBER 2017

INFO

P60

P40

Monte Carlo > Barcelona

5721

P48

P52

7th

6th

NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES

INFO

5th

14

3732

Sydney > Auckland

19th

15

3733

Auckland > Sydney

INFO

P60

P32

P44


WORLDWIDE VOYAGES 2017


VOYAGES ���7

Summary Calendar by Date Our small ships venture far and wide, yet the ambience on board remains intimate and personal. Resisting the temptation to build ever-larger vessels, we maintain the sophisticated, club-like environment our cosmopolitan guests appreciate. We make personal pampering our first port of call and our cruises are all inclusive and luxuriously exclusive. All Silversea voyages include the following: •

Spacious suites – over 85% with private verandas

Butler service in every suite

Complimentary WiFi throughout the ship

Personalised service – nearly one crew member for every guest

Multiple restaurants, diverse cuisine, open-seating dining

Beverages in-suite and throughout the ship, including select champagnes, wines and spirits

24-hour dining service

Onboard entertainment and enrichment lecturers

Complimentary transportation into town in most ports

Onboard gratuities

SILVER MUSE 596 GUESTS

SILVER WHISPER 3 82 GUESTS

SILVER WIND 296 GUESTS

SILVER SPIRIT 5 4 0 GUESTS

SILVER SHADOW 3 82 GUESTS

SILVER CLOUD 296 GUESTS

Venetian Society Overnight in Port World Cruise Voyage Segment L’École des Chefs by Relais & Châteaux Wine Series Bridge Sailing Gentlemen Hosts onboard to accompany solo travellers Complimentary Train Journey


EXPEDITIONS ���7 Summary Calendar Day by Day

Our four purpose-built expedition ships journey across distant seas to remote destinations in all seven continents. Each has an onboard team of up to nineteen experts, eager to share their specialist knowledge. Catering from just 100 to no more than 260 guests (200 in polar regions), each is luxuriously equipped. With fine dining, spacious suites and personal service, we’re charting a new course for expedition cruising. What’s included: •

Uniquely curated itineraries sailing to all 7 continents and over 350 destinations

Highly qualified expedition team with experts in their field (marine biologists, ornithologists, historians and more)

Excursions and activities, including explorations by Zodiac ®

Complimentary use of expedition gear: wetsuits, snorkeling and selected equipment

Personalised service with a butler for all suites and the highest crew to guest ratio in the industry

Complimentary Haglöfs parka for polar expeditions

Fine dining even in the most remote destinations on the planet

Comfortable amenities with some of the largest expedition suites at sea

Inclusive room-service, select wine, spirits and soft drinks throughout the ship

Complimentary WIFI* throughout the ship

Onboard gratuities

Exclusive partnership with The Royal Geographical Society

* One hour complimentary WIFI per day for all guests. Unlimited complimentary WIFI for guests sailing on select suite categories.

Venetian Society Overnight in Port Birding Expedition Culinary Expedition Diving Expedition (for advanced divers approved prior to sailing) Photography Expedition Wellness Expedition


SILVER EXPLORER 130 GUESTS 2017

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

ANTARCTICA 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) > Transit the Drake Passage (2 days) > USHUAIA

27 JAN

10

7702

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

06 FEB

10

7703

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

16 FEB

10

7704

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

26 FEB

10

7705

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

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCEAN 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

NORTHERN EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES 20 MAY

11

7709

LISBON > Leixões > Vigo > Cies Islands > Day at sea > Bilbao > Bordeaux Caen > HONFLEUR

08 JUN

11

7711

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

19 JUN

11

7712

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

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

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

>

ARCTIC 30 JUN 12 JUL

7

7714

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

19 JUL

10

7715

LONGYEARBYEN > 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

08 AUG

14

7717

LONGYEARBYEN > Cruise and explore Svalbard (5 days) > 2 Days at sea > Scoresby Sound (4 days) > Ittoqqortoormiit > Day at sea > REYKJAVIK

22 AUG

9

7718

REYKJAVIK > Day at sea > Skjoldungen Fjord (Thyrms Glacier) > Prince Christian Sound > Aappilattoq > Nanortalik > Uunartoq Island > Qaqortoq > Hvalsey > Day at sea > Nuuk > Maniitsoq > KANGERLUSSUAQ

31 AUG

15

7719

KANGERLUSSUAQ > Sissimiut > Saqqaq > Eqip Sermia Glacier > Illulisat > 2 Days at sea > Iqaluit > Lower Savage Islands > Akpatok Island > Torngat Mountains National Park > Day at sea > L’Anse aux Meadows > Woody Point > Cap-aux-Meules > St. Pierre > ST. JOHN’S

CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA 06 OCT

11

7722

NASSAU > Day at sea > La Habana > Punta Frances > Cienfuegos > Day at sea > Santiago de Cuba > Day at sea > Cartagena > San Blas Islands > COLÓN

SOUTH AMERICA 17 OCT

8

7723

COLÓN > Transit the Panama Canal > Darién Jungle > Bahia Solano > Utria National Park (Nuqui Harbour) Isla de la Plata > Machala > GUAYAQUIL

25 OCT

14

7724

GUAYAQUIL > Day at sea > Isla Lobos de Tierra > Salaverry > Guañape Islands > Callao > Paracas > Day at sea > Matarani > Arica > Day at sea > Antofagasta > Isla Pan de Azucar > Isla Chañaral > Coquimbo > VALPARAÍSO (SANTIAGO)

08 NOV

12

7725

VALPARAÍSO (SANTIAGO) > Day at sea > Niebla > Puerto Montt > Castro > Day at sea > Cruising the English Narrows > > Cruising the White Narrows > Punta Arenas > Pio XI Glacier > Cruising the White Narrows > Puerto Natales Cruising the Garibaldi fjord & Glacier > USHUAIA

> Day at sea >

ANTARCTICA 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) > Transit the Drake Passage (2 days) > USHUAIA

08 DEC

10

7727

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

Overnight in Port

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit


SILVER DISCOVERER 120 GUESTS 2017

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCEAN 03 JAN

13

9701

DAR ES SALAAM > Zanzibar > Day at sea > Assumption > Aldabra > Mamoudzou > Nosy Be > Ampangorinana > Nosy Hara > Day at sea > Nosy Mangabe > Tampolo (Masoala National Park) > Day at sea > La Possession > PORT LOUIS

16 JAN

14

9702

PORT LOUIS > La Possession > Day at sea > Toamasina > Tampolo (Masoala National Park) > Nosy Mangabe > Maroantsetra > Day at sea > Nosy Hara > Assumption > Aldabra > Day at sea > St. Joseph Atoll > Aride Island > Curieuse > MAHÉ

30 JAN

12

9703

MAHÉ > Praslin > La Digue > 3 Days at sea > Hithadhoo (Addu Atoll) > Maalhaveli (Meemu Atoll) > Hanifaru Bay > Olhugiri > Uligamu Island > Cochin > Vilanjam > COLOMBO

11 FEB

16

9704

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

27 FEB

14

9705

KOLKATA > Day at sea > Hiron Point > Kokilmori > Charaputia > Harbaria > Maheshkhali > 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 > Day at sea > Pulau Weh > Banda Aceh > Suimeuliu Islands > Bawemataluwo > Padang > Day at sea > Ujung Kulon National Park > Anak Krakatoa > Day at sea > Sumenep > Probolinggo > BENOA (BALI)

26 MAR

11

9707

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

ASIA

AUSTRALIA’S KIMBERLEY 06 APR

10

9708

BROOME > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (5 days) > Wyndham > Day at sea > Jaco Island > Day at sea > DARWIN DARWIN > Day at sea > Jaco Island > Day at sea > Wyndham > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (5 days) > BROOME

16 APR

10

9709

26 APR

10

9710

BROOME > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (5 days) > Wyndham > Day at sea > Jaco Island > Day at sea > DARWIN

06 MAY

10

9711

DARWIN > Day at sea > Jaco Island > Day at sea > Wyndham > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (5 days) > BROOME

16 MAY

10

9712

BROOME > Cruise and explore Kimberley Coast (5 days) > Wyndham > Day at sea > Jaco Island > Day at sea > DARWIN

MICRONESIA & MELANESIA 26 MAY

14

9713

DARWIN > Day at sea > Kalabahi > Lamalerap Village > Lomblem Reef > Bau-Bau > Palopo > 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 > Colónia (Yap) > Day at sea > Saipan > Pagan > Maug Islands > Day at sea > Chichi-jima > Tori-shima > Hachijo-jima > Day at sea > HAKODATE

RUSSIAN FAR EAST & ALASKA 21 JUN

16

9715

HAKODATE > Day at sea > Korsakov > Tyuleniy Island > Chirpoy Island > Yankicha Island > Atlasova Island > Petropavlovsk (Kamchatsky) > Zupanova River > Nikolskoe Village > Cape Severo-Zapadnyy > Komandor Bay > Uznaya Bay > Glubokaya Bay > Peter Bay > Bogoslaf Island > Pavel Bay > Meynypilgyno > Cape Kuyveveem > Provideniya > NOME

11 AUG

17

9719

SEWARD > Holgate Glacier > Chiswell Islands > Kukak Bay > Geographic Harbour > Semidi Islands > Chignik > Unga Village > Dutch Harbour > Chagulak Island > Seguam Island > Atka Island > Kiska > Attu Island > Cross International Date line (lose a day) > Day at sea > Petropavlovsk (Kamchatsky) > Atlasova Island > Matua Island > Yankicha Island > Chirpoy Island > Tyuleniy Island > Korsakov > OTARU

29 AUG

18

9720

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

11

9721

OTARU > Hakodate > Aomori > Noshiro > Sado Island > Kanazawa > Sakaiminato > Pohang > Ulsan > Moji > Hiroshima > Miyajima > Okayama > KOBE

ASIA 16 SEP

MICRONESIA & MELANESIA 04 OCT

14

9722

KOROR (PALAU) > Ngulu Atoll > Colónia (Yap) > 2 Days at sea > Vanimo > Murik Lakes > Kopar Village > Madang > Tami Islands > Tufi > Fergusson Island > Dobu Island > Bodulan Islands > Njari Island > Pavuvu Island > HONIARA

18 OCT

7

9723

HONIARA > Marovo Lagoon > Mbike Island > Roderick Bay > Santa Ana > Utupua Island > 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 > Njari Island > Rabaul > Garove Island > Tami Islands > Tufi > Dei Dei Hot Springs > Dobu Island > Samarai and Kwato > Day at sea > CAIRNS

14

9725

CAIRNS > Lizard Island > Little Boydong Reef > Thursday Island > Day at sea > Asmat Region > Triton Bay > Watubela Archipelago > Banda Neira > Pulau Ai > Day at sea > Kalabahi > Savu > Kodi > BENOA (BALI)

23 NOV

8

9726

BENOA (BALI) > Nara Bay > Probolinggo > Day at sea > Kumai (Camp Leakey)

01 DEC

9

9727

SINGAPORE > Day at sea > Belawan > 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

AUSTRALIA 09 NOV

ASIA > Belitung Islands > Badas Islands > SINGAPORE

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCEAN 22 DEC

17

9729

Overnight in Port

COLOMBO > Day at sea > Uligamu Island > Hanifaru Bay > Olhugiri > Maalhaveli > Hithadhoo > 3 Days at sea > Mahé > La Digue > Praslin > Desroches Island > Day at sea > Aldabra > Day at sea > Zanzibar > DAR ES SALAAM Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit


SILVER GALAPAGOS 10 0 GUESTS GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS — NORTH CENTRAL ITINERARY

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS — WESTERN ITINERARY

BALTRA > Bahia Darwin > El Barranco > Seymour Norte > Punta Carrion > Rabida > Bahia Ballena > Galapaguera Cerro Colorado > Punta Pitt > Bahia Gardner > Punta Suarez > Estacion Darwin & Puerto Ayora > Plazas Sur > BALTRA

BALTRA > Isla Bartholome > Playa Espumilla > Punta Vicente Roca> Punta Espinoza > Caleta Tagus > Bahia Elizabeth > Post Office > Islote Champion > Punta Cormorant > Galapaguera Cerro Colorado > Wizard Hill > Los Gemelos > Estacion Darwin & Puerto Ayora > BALTRA

DATE

DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

DAYS

VOYAGE

14 JAN

7

8702

Baltra > Baltra (North Central Itinerary)

07 JAN

7

8701

Baltra > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

28 JAN

7

8704

Baltra > Baltra (North Central Itinerary)

21 JAN

7

8703

Baltra > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

11 FEB

7

8706

Baltra > Baltra (North Central Itinerary)

04 FEB

7

8705

Baltra > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

25 FEB

7

8708

Baltra > Baltra (North Central Itinerary)

18 FEB

7

8707

Baltra > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

11 MAR

7

8710

Baltra > Baltra (North Central Itinerary)

04 MAR

7

8709

Baltra > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS — NORTH CENTRAL ITINERARY

18 MAR

7

8711

Baltra > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

BALTRA > Daphne > Bahia Darwin > El Barranco > Seymour Norte > Bahia Sullivan > Rabida > Bahia Ballena > Galapaguera Cerro Colorado > Punta Pitt > Bahia Gardner > Punta Suarez > Estacion Charles Darwin & Puerto Ayora > Plazas Sur > SAN CRISTOBAL

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS — WESTERN ITINERARY

DATE

25 MAR

DAYS

7

VOYAGE

8712

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

SAN CRISTOBAL > Kicker Rock > Isla Bartholome > Playa Espumilla > Punta Vicente Roca> Punta Espinoza > Caleta Tagus > Bahia Elizabeth > Post Office > Islote Champion > Punta Cormorant > Cerro Dragon > Las Bachas > Los Gemelos > Estacion Darwin & Puerto Ayora > BALTRA DATE

DAYS

VOYAGE

08 APR

7

8714

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

01 APR

7

8713

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

22 APR

7

8716

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

15 APR

7

8715

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

06 MAY

7

8718

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

29 APR

7

8717

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

20 MAY

7

8720

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

13 MAY

7

8719

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

03 JUN

7

8722

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

27 MAY

7

8721

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

17 JUN

7

8724

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

10 JUN

7

8723

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

01 JUL

7

8726

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

24 JUN

7

8725

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

15 JUL

7

8728

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

08 JUL

7

8727

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

29 JUL

7

8730

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

22 JUL

7

8729

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

12 AUG

7

8732

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

05 AUG

7

8731

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

26 AUG

7

8734

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

19 AUG

7

8733

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

07 OCT

7

8735

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

14 OCT

7

8736

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

21 OCT

7

8737

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

28 OCT

7

8738

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

04 NOV

7

8739

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

11 NOV

7

8740

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

18 NOV

7

8741

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

25 NOV

7

8742

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

02 DEC

7

8743

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

09 DEC

7

8744

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

23 DEC

7

8746

San Cristobal > Baltra (Western Itinerary)

16 DEC

7

8745

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

30 DEC

7

8747

Baltra > San Cristobal (North Central Itinerary)

SILVER CLOUD EXPEDITION 200/260 GUESTS 2017

DAYS

VOYAGE

PORTS

ANTARCTICA 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 Antarctic Peninsula (5 days) > Transit the Drake Passage (2 days) > USHUAIA

01 DEC

10

1721

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

11 DEC

10

1722

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

Overnight in Port

Venetian Society guests enjoy a 5% additional benefit


JANUARY 2017

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCE AN

INFO

P90

3rd

13

9701

Dar Es Salaam

16th

14

9702

Port Louis > Mahé

> Port Louis

30th

12

9703

Mahé > Colombo

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO BALTRA 7th

7

8701

Western Itinerary

14th

7

8702

North Central Itinerary

21st

7

8703

Western Itinerary

28th

7

8704

North Central Itinerary

ANTARCTICA

P104

P92

9th

18

7701

Ushuaia Roundtrip

27th

10

7702

Ushuaia Roundtrip

FEBRUARY 2017

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO BALTRA 4th

7

8705

Western Itinerary

11th

7

8706

North Central Itinerary

18th

7

8707

Western Itinerary

25th

7

8708

North Central Itinerary

ANTARCTICA

INFO

P104

P92

6th

10

7703

Ushuaia Roundtrip

16th

10

7704

Ushuaia Roundtrip

26th

10

7705

Ushuaia Roundtrip

11th

16

9704

Colombo > Kolkata

27th

14

9705

Kolkata > Phuket

ASIA

P96

MARCH 2017

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO BALTRA 4th

7

8709

Western Itinerary

11th

7

8710

North Central Itinerary

18th

7

8711

Western Itinerary

INFO

P104

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO SAN CRISTOBAL P104 25th

7

8712

North Central Itinerary

22

7706

Ushuaia > Cape Town

13th

13

9706

Phuket > Benoa (Bali)

26th

11

9707

Benoa (Bali) > Broome

ANTARCTICA 8th

P92

ASIA

P96

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCE AN 30th

18

7707

P90

Cape Town > Tema (Accra)

APRIL 2017

DAYS SHIP VOYAGE EMBARK /DISEMBARK

INFO

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - SAN CRISTOBAL TO BALTRA P104 1st

7

8713

Western Itinerary

15th

7

8715

Western Itinerary

29th

7

8717

Western Itinerary

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO SAN CRISTOBAL P104 8th

7

8714

North Central Itinerary

22nd

7

8716

North Central Itinerary

AUSTR ALIA’S KIMBERLE Y 6th

10

9708

16th

10

9709

Darwin > Broome

26th

10

9710

Broome > Darwin

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCE AN 17th

16

7708

P98

Broome > Darwin

Tema (Accra) > Casablanca

P90


SEPTEMBER

MAY 2017

DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE

EMBARK /DISEMBARK

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO SAN CRISTOBAL 6th

7

8718

North Central Itinerary

20th

7

8720

North Central Itinerary

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - SAN CRISTOBAL TO BALTRA 13th

7

8719

Western Itinerary

27th

7

8721

Western Itinerary

AUSTR ALIA’S KIMBERLE Y 6th

10

9711

Darwin > Broome

16th

10

9712

Broome > Darwin

NORTHERN EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES 20th

11

7709

14

9713

JUNE 2017

DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE

EMBARK /DISEMBARK

7

8722

North Central Itinerary

17th

7

8724

North Central Itinerary

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - SAN CRISTOBAL TO BALTRA 10th

7

8723

Western Itinerary

24th

7

8725

Western Itinerary

NORTHERN EUROPE & BRITISH ISLES 8th

11

7711

Portsmouth > Leith (Edinburgh)

19th

11

7712

Leith (Edinburgh) > Reykjavik

ARCTIC

12

7713

17

P98

P10 0 P106

9714

9715

DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE

EMBARK /DISEMBARK

9721

Otaru > Kobe

INFO

P104

OCTOBER 2017

DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE

EMBARK /DISEMBARK

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO SAN CRISTOBAL 7th

7

8735

North Central Itinerary

21st

7

8737

North Central Itinerary

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - SAN CRISTOBAL TO BALTRA 14th

7

8736

Western Itinerary

28th

7

8738

Western Itinerary

14

9722

Koror (Palau) > Honiara

18th

7

9723

Honiara > Port Vila

25th

15

9724

Port Vila > Cairns

P10 0

6th

11

7722

P108

Hakodate > Nome

7723

Colón > Guayaquil

25th

14

7724

Guayaquil > Valparaíso (Santiago)

2017

DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE

DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE

EMBARK /DISEMBARK

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO SAN CRISTOBAL 4th

7

8739

North Central Itinerary

18th

7

8741

North Central Itinerary

11th

7

8740

Western Itinerary

25th

7

8742

Western Itinerary

8th

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO SAN CRISTOBAL 1st

7

8726

15th

7

8728

North Central Itinerary

29th

7

8730

North Central Itinerary

INFO

P104

North Central Itinerary

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - SAN CRISTOBAL TO BALTRA 8th

7

8727

Western Itinerary

22nd

7

8729

Western Itinerary

ARCTIC 7

7714

Longyearbyen Roundtrip

19th

10

7715

Longyearbyen > Tromsø

29th

10

7716

Tromsø > Longyearbyen

P104

DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE

Valparaíso (Santiago) > Ushuaia

EMBARK /DISEMBARK

14

9725

Cairns > Benoa (Bali)

P92

15th

16

1720

Buenos Aires > Ushuaia

20th

18

7726

Ushuaia Roundtrip

8

9726

Benoa (Bali) > Singapore

23rd

P96

DECEMBER DAYS SHIP

VOYAGE

EMBARK /DISEMBARK

ASIA 1st

9

9727

Singapore > Phuket

10th

12

9728

Phuket > Colombo

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO SAN CRISTOBAL 2nd

7

8743

North Central Itinerary

INFO

16th

7

8745

North Central Itinerary

P104

30th

7

8747

North Central Itinerary

7

8731

Western Itinerary

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - SAN CRISTOBAL TO BALTRA

19th

7

8733

Western Itinerary

9th

7

8744

Western Itinerary

23rd

7

8746

Western Itinerary

1721

Ushuaia Roundtrip Ushuaia Roundtrip

P104

12th

7

8732

North Central Itinerary

ANTARCTICA

26th

7

8734

North Central Itinerary

1st

10

8th

10

7727

14

7717

Longyearbyen > Reykjavik

11th

10

1722

Ushuaia Roundtrip

22nd

9

7718

Reykjavik > Kangerlussuaq

18th

18

7728

Ushuaia Roundtrip

31st

15

7719

Kangerlussuaq > St. John’s

21st

19

1723

Ushuaia Roundtrip

P94

RUSSIAN FAR E AST & AL ASK A 11th

17

9719

Seward (Anchorage) > Otaru

29th

18

9720

Otaru Roundtrip

P108

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCE AN 22nd

17

P104

P104

P92

8th

ARCTIC

INFO

P96

5th

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO SAN CRISTOBAL

P104

P98

ANTARCTICA

2017

AUGUST GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - SAN CRISTOBAL TO BALTRA

9th

INFO

P104

P102

7725

ASIA

P94

12th

2017

12

AUSTR ALIA EMBARK /DISEMBARK

P106

NOVEMBER

SOUTH AMERICA

JULY

P104

P102

8

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - SAN CRISTOBAL TO BALTRA

Koror (Palau) > Hakodate

P104

Nassau > Colón

17th

2017

P106

INFO

CARIBBE AN & CENTR AL AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA

P104

INFO

P96 11

MICRONESIA & MEL ANESIA

Reykjavik > Longyearbyen

RUSSIAN FAR E AST & AL ASK A 21st

P104

P94

MICRONESIA & MEL ANESIA 9th

16th

4th

3rd

12

ASIA

Darwin > Koror (Palau)

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS - BALTRA TO SAN CRISTOBAL

30th

2017

P104

Lisbon > Honfleur

MICRONESIA & MEL ANESIA 26th

INFO

9729

Colombo > Dar Es Salaam

P90


WORLDWIDE EXPEDITIONS 2017


EXPEDITIONS ���7 Summary Calendar by Date

SILVER EXPLORER 13 0 GUESTS

SILVER DISCOVERER 120 GUESTS

SILVER GALAPAGOS 10 0 GUESTS

SILVER CLOUD EXPEDITION 20 0/26 0 GUESTS

Venetian Society Overnight in Port Birding Expedition Culinary Expedition Diving Expedition (for advanced divers approved prior to sailing) Photography Expedition Wellness Expedition


TRAVEL FURTHER TRAVEL BETTER Maybe it is the call of the wild that you have always dreamed of, seeing the big five in their natural habitat and exploring lands that time forgot. Or maybe it is discovering tiny jewel-like geographical treasures, so off the beaten path that tourists are never seen and welcomes are warm and authentic. Or perhaps it is the pull of the ocean that draws you, of tranquil days at sea with like-minded contemporaries by your side. Or maybe you just appreciate the finer things in life, voyages of total relaxation where every wish is anticipated and every destination is a perfect complement to your journey. Whatever you wish for, we make it a reality. Whether you are a seasoned traveller or simply a first timer; whether you want to delve into the mysteries of the past or experience the thrill of the unknown; revisit old haunts or discover new lands, we will make sure that you leave with memories to last a lifetime. Dream it, believe it, see it with Silversea.

CONTENTS 004 Worldwide Destinations 006 Introduction 008 The Fleet 010 Introducing Silver Muse 012 On Board Lifestyle 014 All-Inclusive Lifestyle 016 Suites 018 Silversea Dining 022 Silver Muse dining 024 Enrichment Programme 120 General Information 121 The Maruzza Lefebvre D’Ovidio Foundation 122 Terms & Conditions

Silversea Voyages 026 World Cruise 2017/2018 030 Circle South America 032 Africa & The Indian Ocean 036 Alaska 040 Asia 044 Australia & The Pacific 060 Caribbean & Central America 048 Canada & New England 052 Mediterranean 056 Northern Europe & The British Isles 064 South America 070 Deck Plans

Silversea Expeditions 083 Introduction 085 Meet the Experts 086 Haglöfs and RGS 089 Speciality Cruises 090 Grand Expeditions 092 Africa & The Indian Ocean 094 Antarctica 096 Arctic 098 Asia 100 Australia & The Kimberley 102 Galápagos Islands 104 Micronesia & Melanesia 106 Northen Europe & The British Isles 108 Russian Far East & Alaska 110 South America 112 Deck Plans

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264 WORLDWIDE ITINERARIES ARCTIC EXPEDITIONS

7

ALASKA 18 VOYAGES

NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES

CANADA & NEW ENGLAND 6

27 VOYAGES

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TRANSOCEANIC VOYAGES

NORTH AMERICA

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CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA 21 VOYAGES

ATLANTIC OCEAN

AFR

GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS PACIFIC OCEAN

46 EXPEDITIONS

THE

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SOUTH AMERICA

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SOUTH AMERICA 7

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3

EXPEDITIONS

ANTARCTICA 13 EXPEDITIONS

VOYAGES SILVER CLOUD  frica & A

AN

SILVER WIND Caribbean & Central America Mediterranean

Northern Europe

& The British Isles

The Indian Ocean Mediterranean 

SILVER SHADOW SILVER WHISPER  frica & Asia A Alaska

& The British Isles South America

Northern Europe

Australia &

Australia &

Transoceanic

& The British Isles

The Pacific

The Pacific

Transoceanic

Antarctica

Northern Europe

The Indian Ocean Mediterranean

Canada & New England Caribbean &  Central America


OVER 800 DESTINATIONS

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ROPE ISLES

RUSSIAN FAR EAST

EUROPE

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EXPEDITIONS BERING SEA

ASIA

MEDITERRANEAN 48 VOYAGES

PACIFIC OCEAN

ASIA AFRICA

13 VOYAGES 8

EXPEDITIONS

AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCEAN 13 VOYAGES 6

EXPEDITIONS

MICRONESIA & MELANESIA

INDIAN OCEAN

5

EXPEDITIONS

AUSTRALIA

AUSTRALIA & THE PACIFIC 5

VOYAGES

6

EXPEDITIONS

EXPEDITIONS

ANTARCTICA

SILVER SPIRIT  frica & A

SILVER MUSE  anada & C

The Indian Ocean

New England

Caribbean &

Caribbean &

Mediterranean

Mediterranean

South America

Northern Europe

Central America

Central America

& The British Isles Transoceanic

South America Transoceanic

SILVER EXPLORER  ntarctica A

SILVER DISCOVERER Africa & The Indian Ocean

Arctic

Asia

Africa & The Indian Ocean

Australia & The Kimberley

Northern Europe

Russian Far East

& The British Isles South America

Micronesia & Melanesia

SILVER GALAPAGOS Galรกpagos Islands

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OUR FAMILY TRADITION CONTINUES And so we begin another season of exceptional sailing … Every year is special for me, but this year I feel particularly blessed as 2017 sees the launch of our beautiful new flagship Silver Muse. A ship of outstanding possibilities, she will travel the globe far and wide and will further enhance our vision of the Silversea experience. Intimate, she remains small enough to preserve Silversea’s cosy feel, meaning that every moment spent aboard is tailor-made to suit you. Yet also spacious, she is large enough to offer the elegance and comforts that are the hallmarks of our voyages. She is, by all definitions, the highest expression of Silversea excellence. Silver Muse brings our fleet to nine. With her addition, our matriarch Silver Cloud will undergo significant renovation to become ice-class and join our Expedition fleet, bringing that number of ships up to four. Silver Cloud will offer exceptional opportunities in expedition cruising, and with 2017 seeing our widest range of destinations ever, her addition allows us to reach both the snow-capped peaks of the last great wildernesses to the perfect, untouched spots in remote, hard-to-reach places. In a sea of faceless corporations, we stand alone by being family managed. Our rich heritage is in our blood and thus it is a great honour for me to be able to extend a traditional Italian welcome to each and every one of our guests, each and every time. Valued guest, members of my extended family, I am continually humbled by your loyalty. Without you, none of this would be possible. So, benvenuti a bordo! Where in the world do you want to go?

 anfredi Lefebvre d’Ovidio M Chairman of Silversea

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SMALLER SUPERIOR SILVERSEA We pride ourselves on knowing each and every one of our guests by name — whether you’ve already sailed with us, if you are a first timer, what your preferred drink option is to what time you like to have dinner. We believe that people matter, and we believe it so much that we guarantee to be at your service 100% of your time spent aboard with us. We also believe the smaller our ships are, the more bespoke and intimate your experience is. Our smaller ships get you closer to shore, meaning you have more time to discover the myriad of destinations we cover.

SILVERSEA SILVER MUSE — 596 GUESTS Offering the highest number of large suites aboard any of our ships Silver Muse blends 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.

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.

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 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 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 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 Muse

Silver Whisper

Silver Wind

Silver Spirit

Silver Shadow

Silver Cloud


SILVERSEA EXPEDITIONS SILVERSEA EXPEDITIONS SILVER EXPLORER — 130 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 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 — 200/260 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.

Silver Explorer

Silver Discoverer

Silver Galapagos

Silver Cloud

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INTRODUCING SILVER MUSE With less than 300 suites, our newest leading lady proudly sets sail for the first time in our home waters of the Mediterranean in April 2017.

EXCEPTIONAL COMFORT AND SPACE With only ultra-luxurious suites, almost all with a private veranda, Silver Muse has the highest number of large accommodation options in our fleet, while spacious combining suites make travelling with family and friends effortless. Melt into another world as sumptuous fabrics envelop you, state-of-the-art technology entertains you, and fabulous seascapes float by.

UNRIVALLED CULINARY EXCELLENCE With eight unrivalled restaurants available Silver Muse is, quite simply, the superlative choice when it comes to dining. Experience the gentle aromas of Asian-fusion in Indochine, and be enthralled by the theatrical teppanyaki of Kabuki. Relax in the casual atmosphere of the Regina Margherita pizzeria, grill your own steak under the stars in Hot Rocks and taste the finest French cuisine at MaDame. Dine and dance the night away in Silver Note. Not forgetting the iconic Italian restaurant, La Terrazza, and the flagship seafood and grill restaurant, Atlantide. Soak up the ambience and award-winning culinary pedigree of what is surely the most comprehensive dining experience at sea.

THE BEST PLACE BETWEEN SEA AND SKY We believe that as you leave the shore behind and sail off into the sunset, your journey has only just begun. Feel the gentle breeze whilst you marvel at the seaside view of the receding shore. Reflect on the day and contemplate pastures new to the gentle sound of waves breaking on the bow. From tranquil niches and observation areas to an unprecedented spacious pool deck, outdoor lounges and three open-air restaurants, our tailor-made outdoor spaces have been conceived so that time spent aboard is most definitely, time well spent.

Monte Carlo, Monaco


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SWITCH OFF ON BOARD Write your own journey

Feel the everyday melt away from the moment you step aboard into a world where choice reigns supreme. Indulge in the mellow pursuits of a yoga class or a spa treatment. Stare out at the serene seascapes that glide effortlessly by from the comfort of your pool-side sunbed. Retreat with afternoon tea and a newspaper, polish your astronomy in the Panorama Lounge or simply enjoy the undeniable anticipation of things to come from the comfort of your suite … But why not also try: a morning run as you approach your destination, watching the shoreline slide closer and closer into view, or a workout session with a personal trainer, following a programme that has been created just for you? How about a cooking class or a tasting session with a Relais & Châteaux® chef? A fascinating lecture by a guest speaker or learned destination consultant? The freedom to do nothing or do everything aboard prevails. So … what will you choose?

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HAND PICKED ALL INCLUSIVE CRUISES Enjoy it all aboard

Whether you long to sail the eponymous Panama Canal or embrace the glaciers of Alaska, there is something special about knowing that almost everything you want during your time with us is included, from free-flowing fine wines to delicious gourmet cuisine. Savour the peace of mind of knowing that there is no salient price-tag at the end of a wonderful night of entertainment. Delight in the disappearance of small worries, whilst you bask in the knowledge of that whatever you need, it’s all included.

INTIMATE SHIPS FOR JUST 296 TO 596 GUESTS Well-travelled, international guests and a staff-to-guest ratio of nearly one-to-one create a gracious and sophisticated ambience on board, one that reflects the genuine hospitality of our European heritage.

SPACIOUS ULTRA-LUXURY SUITES — ALMOST ALL WITH PRIVATE VERANDA Our suites are some of the largest at sea, featuring luxurious amenities such as a large pillow menu and a choice of mattress that can be customised to your individual preferences and needs.

COMPLIMENTARY WiFi FOR EVERY SUITE. Silversea guests will enjoy the most comprehensive WiFi package ever offered by an ultra-luxury cruise line: complimentary WiFi to all guests, throughout the ship, including all suites and public spaces, on all cruises, including expedition cruises.

COMPLIMENTARY BEVERAGES INSUITE AND THROUGHOUT THE SHIP Select wines, champagnes, premium spirits and speciality coffees, as well as bottled water, 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. Your butler will replenish them upon request.

BUTLER SERVICE ON ALL SHIPS FOR ALL SUITES Enjoy the services of a highly trained butler. Silversea is the only cruise line with butler service for all suites. Trained by The Guild of Professional English Butlers, your essential helper will even unpack your bags should you desire.

IN-SUITE 24-HOUR DINING You can have a full breakfast delivered to your suite or a formal dinner ordered from The Restaurant menu and served course by course in the privacy of your suite. Lighter fare is always available (and, of course always complimentary) and can be served in attended lounges.

OPEN-SEATING DINING Dine when and with whomever you please in The Restaurant, our main dining venue, as well as during breakfast and lunch at the Pool Grill and La Terrazza. No assigned times, no assigned tables.

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 shore excursions.

TRANSPORTATION INTO TOWN Roundtrip transportation from the pier to the local town is provided in most ports of call outside of walking distance, where local regulations allow.


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SUITE SENSATIONS Your home away from home

Narrate your Silversea story exactly the way you want it. A bar stocked with whatever you wish, sea vistas to take your breath away, a butler anticipating your every need … welcome to the world where you are the protagonist. Where nothing is too big, or too small, and where exceptional attention to detail makes for exceptional memories, pure and simple.

Silver suite

Spacious suites with large verandas for dining al fresco, plush sofas for cosy nights in. Complimentary WiFi for every guest, state of the art technology, and a huge interactive library. A pillow menu, different mattress options, bath amenities choice … plus the added security of knowing that above all, you’re sailing with Silversea.

Veranda suite, Silver Spirit

Owner’s suite, Silver Cloud


Every Silversea suite is indulgently spacious, and beautifully furnished. Soak in the luxury of your Italian marble bathroom and prepare for another memorable evening. Slip into soft robes and slippers, and retire between the finest Pratesi® sheets. Wake up, refreshed, to the sight of your next destination outside your veranda, and another day’s adventure.

Veranda suite, Silver Muse

WHAT’S INCLUDED • Butler service • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your complimentary preferences • Champagne and fresh fruit selection available upon request • Pierre Marcolini chocolates (not avaialable on Expedition fleet • Bvlgari® bath amenities, plus a choice of other European brands • Pratesi® fine bed linens and down duvet covers • Rubelli® soft furnishings • Pillow menu • Plush bathrobes and slippers • Laundry and dry-cleaning service1 • Illy® coffee machine2 • State of the art flat-screen HD TVs • Interactive media library • Complimentary WiFi for every suite* 01 Medallion, Silver, Royal, Grand and Owner’s Suites 02 Medallion, Silver, Royal, Grand and Owner’s Suites

Owner’s suite, Silver Shadow

*One hour complimentary WiFi per day for all guests. Unlimited complimentary WiFi for guests sailing on select suite categories

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STAY IN TO DINE OUT The summary of any journey. From the first chilled flute of champagne to the farewell breakfast, we pride ourselves on illustrating your journey with the best food on the high seas. Flavours that mingle with memories take their root in pure, epicurean pleasure. Indulge, be indulged, allow yourself to be taken by the hedonistic desire for only the very best. Gourmet gastronomy aboard offers inspiring, innovative, delicate and original recipes, making any cruise a connoisseur’s dream.


REDEFINING DINING

Enjoy exquisite meals in comfortably elegant settings

Delicious meals created with thought and panache, discerningly elaborated menus with perfectly balanced wine choices and a relaxed atmosphere with erudite friends — dining aboard any Silversea ship is the ultimate experience for people who only want superlatives. It just doesn’t get any better than this.

LA TERRAZZA Discover the philosophy behind our popular speciality restaurant La Terrazza, where a divine selection of Italy’s best cuisine is served à la carte. Enjoy authentic Italian dishes that reflect the core tenets, with daily fresh made pasta, locally grown, and sustainable specialities like buffalo mozzarella from Naples, olive oil from Liguria, air-dried Prosciutto from Parma, and 24-month aged Parmigiano Reggiano from EmiliaRomagna. Open-seating dining for buffet breakfast and lunch. Reservations required for dinner.

LE CHAMPAGNE BY RELAIS & CHÂTEAUX® Indulge in an evening of regionally inspired dishes at the only Relais & Châteaux® restaurant at sea, featuring the freshest, locally sourced ingredients and finest artisan products available. The menu continually changes to reflect your voyage destination, for an enhanced experience of authentic regional flavour. Reservations required. Per guest dining fee.

THE RESTAURANT Dine amid sparkling crystal, fine porcelain, candlelight and sweeping ocean views in our main restaurant. Menus, including specialities created exclusively for Silversea by the Relais & Châteaux Chefs, change daily. Open-seating dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

HOT ROCKS Poolside convenience for wellness breakfast and lunch including fresh-fromthe-oven pizza and lighter fare. When the stars come out, this popular eatery is transformed into an interactive dining venue where fresh seafood and prime cuts are grilled at the table by each guest on a heated volcanic ‘hot rock’ plate. Open-seating dining for breakfast and lunch. Reservations required for dinner.

24-HOUR DINING Dine course by course on selections from The Restaurant during dinner hours. A room service menu is also available 24-hours a day which can also be served in any lounge open for bar service.

SEISHIN (SILVER SPIRIT) Taking its name from the Japanese word for ‘spirit’, this intimate restaurant specialises in fine Asian fusion cuisine. From Kobe beef to spider lobster, exquisite creations are prepared with fresh and authentic ingredients. Admire the artistry of seafood delicacies as they are sculpted before you at the central Chef’s Table. Sake pairings are also available. During your voyage, enjoy a complimentary sushi and sashimi bar at lunch. Reservations required. Per guest dining fee.

STARS SUPPER CLUB (SILVER SPIRIT) A retro supper club that recalls the romance and glamour of the legendary Rainbow Room in New York. Spend the entire evening here, starting with cocktails, then dine on delectable small plate selections listening to velvety sounds of a cabaret singer accompained by a pianist. Reservations required.


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SILVER MUSE DINING Simply the best cuisine at sea

LA TERRAZZA For those who enjoy traditional, varied and deliziosi Italian meals, your ship has come in! La Terrazza serves authentic recipes where the freshest ingredients come together with passion, conceived under the watchful eye of our Culinary Director. Dishes are conceived and combined in a flavourful expression to showcase Silversea’s distinctive heritage and make La Terrazza the finest Italian dining venue afloat. Cuisine: Italian ATLANTIDE Instantly recalling images of the sea, the seven daughters of Atlas were known for their superior beauty and playful nature, gaining them their status as eternal muses. The nymphs represented the ultimate in excellence and creativity, and it is these qualities that have been illuminated in our flagship restaurant. Soak up the ambience and ponder panoramic seascapes gliding effortlessly by while you revel in the gourmet escapade that is Atlantide. Cuisine: Seafood and Grill MADAME Paris … the city of light. Elegant, refined, timeless and enticing, Paris is the undisputed home of gastronomic excellence. And nothing is more iconic of Paris than a beautiful woman, epitomising the very essence of France. Our exclusive partnership with Relais & Châteaux® echoes the traditions and cultures embedded in the French culinary past, while respecting its bright culinary future. Cuisine: French INDOCHINE From time immemorial, travellers have been fascinated and beguiled by the Spice Routes. Set out on an adventure of the taste buds, and travel to the exotic and enigmatic lands of Asia as Marco Polo before you. Marvellously detailed, laced with drama; Indochine pays homage to the cuisine and culture of a phenomenal continent shrouded in mystery. Cuisine: Asian Fusion


KABUKI Imagine a world-class chef immersed in his art, creating inspiring dishes flavoured with gusto and panache, right before your very eyes. Eating at Kabuki is a delight for the senses, with delicate, balanced, raw Japanese-inspired meals at lunch before setting the scene for the dramatic theatrical performance of teppanyaki cuisine at its finest in the evenings. Cuisine: Japanese

HOT ROCKS One of the world’s healthiest cuisines, Hot Rocks features stone cooking at its finest. Sourced from volcanic lava and placed in an oven to reach 400˚C, Hot Rocks invites guests to cook their food directly at their table. Place your meat, fish or vegetables on the grill stone, and just cook to your own taste. With the stone cooking available in the evenings only, Hot Rocks becomes a daytime rotisserie and gourmet salad and burger bar. Cuisine: Lava Stone REGINA MARGHERITA No one can deny the influence of the humble pizza on Italian dining, so we have decided to officialise its status and given it a refined home on board Silver Muse. Listen to the easy chatter of new-found friends, whilst you relax and enjoy watching the world go by. Modern, affable and relaxed, Regina Margherita offers diners a choice that is unsurpassed at sea. Cuisine: Italian Pizzeria

SILVER NOTE Let the show begin! An intimate, elegant and acoustically superb setting, Silver Note pays tribute to the iconic jazz clubs of Manhattan. Always rewarding, always pleasurable, let the sounds of smooth melodies transport you to a dizzying time of supper clubs, Al Capone and prohibition. The crème de la crème of artists play while perfect tapas-style dishes deliver sensory satisfaction, so you can swing and sway the night away in style. Cuisine: International

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ENHANCE. ENRICH. ENJOY. Try a different perspective

A plethora of promise awaits as you embark — astronauts, journalists, diplomats, world-class photographers, academics, authors, historians and erudites from all walks of life mingle with guests, waiting to share their illuminating, and often hair-raising tales during a lecture or perhaps even over a cocktail. Or perhaps you enjoy a game of cards? Play bridge with the very best American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) instructors. Ladies might like to dine and dance the night away with one of our gentlemen hosts, while all will enjoy a show by the soloists of the Bolshoi Theatre or the Accademia Teatro alla Scala. With Silver Perspectives®, we ensure that your journey is 100% exclusive.

L’ÉCOLE DES CHEFS BY RELAIS & CHÂTEAUX

ACCADEMIA TEATRO ALLA SCALA

Embark on a voyage into the culinary arts at the only cooking school at sea designed by renowned Relais & Châteaux® Chefs. This extraordinary programme hosts a broad curriculum of small-group interactive events. Witness the culinary vision of Silversea’s own distinguished culinary trainer. Sample inspired ‘Take it Home’ recipes to give you an edge when entertaining, while cooking demonstrations, workshops, lunching events and market to plate excursions make this every epicurean’s dream.

With a taste for the grandiose and over 200-years of esteemed leadership in the arts, it was only a matter of time before the talented members of the Accademia della Scala performed on board. Four soloists will perform the enigmatic, evocative and beautiful librettos from the world’s most magical operas, performed to just a tiny audience of a privileged few. The rising stars of the stage will perform twice during the voyage, making your trip not only a uniquely thrilling experience but an explosion of emotion aboard.

CULINARY ARTS VOYAGES

BALLET CRUISE

Join renowned guest chefs including renowned Chefs from Relais & Châteaux® as they share their expertise through special menus, cooking demonstrations and a grand gourmet dinner that highlights their most innovative specialities. Escorted provisioning excursions to international markets will satisfy your appetite for a truly authentic local experience.

Immerse yourself in the rhythm of the sea on a spectacular voyage aboard Silver Spirit. Silversea is honoured to welcome aboard two acclaimed soloists from the esteemed State Academic Bolshoi Theatre of Russia, who will present memorable ballet performances during the voyage. Join Silversea for a voyage choreographed to delight, featuring outstanding performances and unforgettable memories.

WINE SERIES VOYAGES Enjoy lectures by world-class vintners, including Silversea’s Wine Ambassador, with tastings and optional private tours to renowned vineyards and wineries. On board you can savour an extensive selection of fine wine pairings with lunch and dinner.

BRIDGE CRUISE A competitive yet playful atmosphere awaits as you step on board and grand slam your way to victory. Whether you are a defender, a declarer or simply a beginner, play alongside like-minded partners as you enjoy this enthralling card game. Certified American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) Life Masters oversee games and all players have the chance to enjoy seminars, lectures and lessons to compliment what is surely the most exciting transoceanic crossing to date.


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Ancient Wonders, Modern Marvels

WORLD CRUISE 2017 Departing from San Francisco, Silver Whisper will sail for the picturesque shores of Hawaii and then cross the International Dateline to the South Pacific, New Zealand, Australia, Southeast Asia, India and Arabia. Enjoy more late-night departures and incredible options for exploring beyond the shore with our award-winning overland journeys including Ayer’s Rock, the Taj Mahal, and the temples of Angkor Wat. Monte Carlo Civitavecchia (Rome) Sorrento Lipari

Piraeus (Athens)

Valletta

San Francisco

Nafplion

Siracusa

Port Said Alexandria Suez Canal

Sharm El Sheikh

Safaga

Doha Sir Bani Yas Abu Dhabi Salalah

Shanghai

ASIA

Dubai

Aqaba

Fujairah

Keelung

Hong Kong

Lahaina

Kaohsiung

Muscat

AFRICA

Mumbai

Cochin

Ko Samui

Hilo

Bangkok

Manila

Nha Trang

Phuket Sabang

Colombo

Ho Chi Minh City

Penang

Honolulu

Boracay

PACIFIC OCEAN

Sandakan

Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur)

Singapore

Celukan Bewang

INDIAN OCEAN

Benoa

Apia

Exmouth Geraldton Fremantle

Nuku’alofa

AUSTRALIA Newcastle Adelaide

Melbourne

• Business class air with private car transfers • USD $4,000 onboard spending credit per double-occupancy suite • Gala Bon Voyage reception, dinner and overnight accommodations the evening of January 5 at the Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco • Three exclusive World cruise events: Swing Under the Wings — Honolulu, Terracotta Warriors — Shanghai, Amazing Island of Animals — Sir Bani Yas • Two Silversea experiences® for guests travelling 50+ days: Boracay Beach Party an evening at the teatru Manoel • Special commemorative gifts Silver Shore Baggage Valet between home and ship in San Francisco and Monte Carlo • Complimentary dry cleaning and laundry service • Complimentary unlimited WiFi

Sydney

Auckland Tauranga

New Plymouth Nelson

Gisborne

SAN FRANCISCO TO MONTE CARLO 6 January - 3 May, 2017

Ancient and modern wonders converge in Taipei where one of the world’s highest skyscrapers vies for attention with carved temples and traditional tea houses. World Cruise 2017 reveals special places that take you farther from the crowds and further into each destination. Gisborne, the Chardonnay Capital of New Zealand, is a wonderland of rolling hills and vineyards, while Nelson’s sheltered bays and turquoise waters are a refuge for fur seals and pods of dolphins. Visit the island temples of Pur Ulun Danu Bratan in the Balinese gem of Celukan Bawang and explore Australia’s largest fringing reef on the Ningaloo Coast. A game drive on Sir Bani Yas Island, U.A.E. will delight; spy gazelles, giraffes, cheetahs and the endangered Arabian Oryx.


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22 Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

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8 Burnie, Tasmania 9 Melbourne, Australia 10 Day at Sea 11 Adelaide, Australia 12-14 Days at Sea 15 Fremantle, Australia

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20 Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

6:00

14:30

21 Suez Canal Transit

3:30

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8:00

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15 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

8:30

16 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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8:00

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Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur), Malaysia

NEW

11 Muscat, Oman

14-17 Days at Sea

13 Day at Sea

20 Ko Samui, Thailand

14:00

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12 Hong Kong, China

19 Bangkok (Klong Toey), Thailand

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6 Abu Dhabi, UAE

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18 Bangkok (Klong Toey), Thailand

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5 Fujairah, UAE

7 Shanghai, China

11 Hong Kong, China

3-4 Days at Sea

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10 Hong Kong, China

2 Mumbai, India

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6 Shanghai, China 8-9 Days at Sea

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24 Piraeus (Athens), Greece

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25 Nafplion, Greece

8:00

18:00

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26 Day at Sea 27 Valletta, Malta

8:00

23:00

28 Siracusa, Sicily, Italy

8:00

22:00

29 Lipari, Italy

8:00

18:00

30 Sorrento, Italy

8:00

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25 Penang, Malaysia

8:00

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26 Phuket, Thailand

8:00

17:00

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16 Fremantle, Australia 18 Day at Sea

14:00

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17 Geraldton, Australia

7:00

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6 Sydney, Australia

23

3 Kaohsiung, Taiwan

27 Auckland, New Zealand

25-26 Days at Sea

31 Nelson, New Zealand

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27 Sabang, Indonesia

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31 Cochin, India

11:45

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La Grande Bellezza

WORLD CRUISE 2018 Departing January 6 from Los Angeles, Silver Whisper will embark on a global circumnavigation to 61 ports in 121 days — one that includes virtually every highlight recommended by our veteran world cruise travellers. EUROPE

Siracusa

Civitavecchia (Rome) Sorrento Santorini Rhodes Suez Canal

Aqaba

Safaga Salalah

AFRICA

NORTH AMERICA

Los Angeles ASIA

Hong Kong Ha Long Bay Muscat Mumbai Da Nang Nha Manila Bangkok Trang Romblon Island Cochin Phuket Coron Ho Chi Sabang Minh City Colombo Kota Kinabalu Muara Geor ge Town Port Klang

Honolulu

Lahaina Hilo PACIFIC OCEAN

(Kuala Lumpur)

INDIAN OCEAN

Singapore Komodo Semarang Probolinggo Benoa Darwin

AUSTRALIA

Cairns Townsville Whitsunday Island

Nuku’alofa

• 6 days in the Society Islands — Tahiti, Raiatea, plus Moorea and Bora Bora overnights • 10 Days in New Zealand — Both North and South Island • 18 Days cruising Australia’s East Coast — From Melbourne to Darwin • 6 days in Vietnam — Overnights in Ha Long Bay and Ho Chi Minh City • Four of the Great Cities of Asia — Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur

Auckland Tauranga Napier

Phillip Island Burnie Milford Sound Dusky Sound

• 4 days in Hawaii — Maui, Hilo and Oahu (Honolulu overnight)

Moorea Papeete

Brisbane Bay of Islands Sydney

Melbourne

Bora Bora Raiatea Aitutaki

Wellington Akaroa Port Chalmers

LOS ANGELES TO ROME 6 January - 8 May, 2018 It is, indeed, a beautiful world and this magnificent voyage casts a spotlight on all of its richness — mesmerising landscapes like the blue lagoons of Polynesia and splendours of New Zealand. Ancient wonders from Angor Wat and the Taj Mahal to Petra and the temples of Luxor and Karnak. While the ingenuity of modernday man is also on display: Taipei 101, the Petronas Towers of Kuala Lumpur, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa — architectural marvels that pierce the skylines of the magnificent cities we sail to. La Grande Bellezza was designed to encompass priceless treasures like these. Although the ultimate prize may be more metaphysical: the pampered indulgence of your attentive butler, the small ship intimacy where friendships form effortlessly, the luxurious suites, the exquisite cuisine — the joy of a Silversea journey, itself.


ARRIVE

DATE

DEPART

JANUARY

DATE

21

Brisbane, Australia

22

Cruise the Coral Sea

6

Embark Silver Whisper .......... Los Angeles, California, USA

18:00

23

Whitsunday Islands, Australia

7-11

Cruise the Pacific Ocean

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24

Townsville, Australia

12

Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii

8:00

18:00

25

Cairns, Australia

13

Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

14

Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

8:00 ..........

17:00

12

Hilo, Hawaii

8:00 ..........

14:00 ..........

16-20 Cruise the Pacific Ocean 21

Moorea, French Polynesia

22

Moorea, French Polynesia

22

Papeete, Tahiti

23

Bora Bora, Society Islands

24

Bora Bora, Society Islands

24

Raiatea, Society Islands

25

Cruise the Pacific Ocean

26

Aitutaki, Cook Islands

26-28 Cruise the Arafura Sea

8:00 ..........

5:30

8:00

21:00

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7:00

11:00 ..........

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27-29 Cruise the Pacific Ocean

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Nuku’Alofa, Tonga

31

Cruise the Pacific Ocean

8:00 ..........

15:00 ..........

FEBRUARY 1 Cruise the Pacific Ocean

2-3

Cruise the Timor Sea

4

Komodo, Indonesia

5

Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

6

Benoa, Bali, Indonesia

7

Probolinggo, Indonesia

8

Cruise Java Sea

9

Semarang, Java, Indonesia

10-11 Cruise the Java Sea

DEPART

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6

George Town, Penang, Malaysia

8:00 8:00

18:00 18:00

7

Phuket, Thailand

8

Sabang, Pulau We, Indonesia

8:00 ..........

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9-10

Cruise the Bay of Bengal

11

Colombo, Sri Lanka

12

Colombo, Sri Lanka

13

Cochin, India

8:00 ..........

17-18 Cuise the Arabian Sea

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3:30

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Muscat, Oman

8:00 ..........

19:00 ..........

20

Cuise the Arabian Sea

21

Salalah, Oman

7:00 ..........

19:00 ..........

22-25 Cruise the Red Sea 26

Safaga, Egypt

9:00

22:00

27

Safaga, Egypt

8:00 ..........

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28

Aqaba, Jordan

29

Cruise the Red Sea

30

Transit the Suez Canal

MAY 1

Cruise the Mediterranean Sea ..........

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Rhodes, Greece

23:00

3

Santorini, Greece

12

Muara, Brunei Darussalam

13

Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

14

Cruise the Sulu Sea

15

Coron, Palawan, Philippines

8:00

17:00

16

Romblon Island, Philippines

8:00

16:00

20

Hong Kong, China

21

Hong Kong, China

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Cruise the South China Sea

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Tauranga, New Zealand

8:00

6

Napier, New Zealand

13:00

18:00

7

Wellington, New Zealand

8

Akaroa, New Zealand

9

Port Chalmers (Dunedin), New Zealand

10

Cruise Dusky Sound

10

Cruise Milford Sound

9:00 8:00

19:00

23

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

19:00

24

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

8:00

15:00

25

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14

Burnie, Tasmania, Australia

8:00

15

Phillip Island, Australia

8:00

15

Melbourne, Australia

22:00 ..........

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Da Nang, Vietnam

8:00

18:00

26

Nha Trang, Vietnam

14:00

19:00

27

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

28

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Cruise the Gulf of Thailand

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Bangkok, Thailand

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Melbourne, Australia

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Sydney, Australia

Singapore

Sydney, Australia

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Port Klang, Malaysia

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Hong Kong, China

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Manila, Philippines

Auckland, New Zealand

21:00

13:00

Cruise the South China Sea

4

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18

Auckland, New Zealand

18:00

Cuise the Arabian Sea

17

3

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14

18:00

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Bay of Islands, New Zealand

DATE

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11-13 Cruise the Tasman Sea

MARCH 1 Darwin, Australia

ARRIVE

8:00

4

9:00 Cruise the Mediterranean Sea ..........

22:00 ..........

5

Siracusa, Sicily, Italy

8:00

19:00

6

Sorrento, Italy

7

Sorrento, Italy

12:00 ..........

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Civitavecchia (Rome),Italy Disembark

8:00

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Fort Lauderdale Roundtrip 63 Days | 16 Jan — 20 Mar 2017 aboard Silver Spirit 66 Days | 13 Oct — 18 Dec 2017 aboard Silver Muse

Rio de Janerio, Brazil

CIRCLE SOUTH AMERICA GRAND VOYAGE

GRAND VOYAGE BENEFITS

• USD $2,000 onboard spending credit (per double occupancy suite) • One complimentary Silversea Experience • Complimentary unlimited WiFi • Complimentary laundry service plus dry cleaning

It is a land of stunning extremes – from the world’s highest waterfall, longest mountain range, driest desert, to largest rainforest, this is a continent where the unexpected is never a surprise. Trace the vast empire of the Incas in Peru or race across Argentine pampas. Dance 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.

Blue parrot


Pelourinho, Salvador de Bahia

Fort Lauderdale Grand Key West

San Rafael Falls, Ecuador

Oranjestad

Turk Punta Cana

Willemstad Kralendijk

ATL ANTIC OCEAN

Castries Bequia Bridgetown

Puerto Limón CO S TA R I C A St. George’s

Panama Canal Manta

Devil’s Island Fortaleza

E Q UA D O R

Salaverry

Natal

SOUTH AMERICA

Callao Pisco

Rio de Janeiro

Matarani Arica

PACIFIC OCEAN

Coquimbo

Salvador de Bahía

Búzios Paraty Ilhabela

Montevideo

Rio De Janeiro, Samba School

Rio Grande

Valparaíso

HIGHLIGHTS

Punta del Este

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

Buenos Aires

Puerto Montt Puerto Chacabuco Laguna San Rafael Chilean Fjords Punta Arenas

Ushuaia

• Two and three night stays in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires and overnight stays in 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.

Stanley

Beagle Channel / Avenue of Glaciers

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

Itineraries: Silver Muse Itineraries: Silver Spirit

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AFRICA AND THE INDIAN OCEAN The baked red earth that sings the song of children’s chatter and untamed beasts. The dazzling white sands of paradisiac islands, deserted save for rich and luxurious flora, fauna, bird and wildlife. The spellbinding serenity of Table Mountain, flanked by one of the world’s most beautiful cities. The thrill of the big five, at home and unperturbed. A continent of contrast, wealth and enduring fascination, we welcome you to our Africa.

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AFRICA AND THE INDIAN OCEAN Sweeping savannas, millenia of history and elusive wildlife make up this enigmatic region

Casablanca

ASIA

Agadir Arrecife Las Palmas Ad Dakhla

AFRICA Dakar Banjul Freetown

Cochin Lomé Cotonou Abidjan Limbe Takoradi Kribi Bom Bom Island São Tomé

Tema

Pointe Noire Luanda ATL ANTIC OCEAN

Lobito Namibe

Walvis Bay

Uligamu Island Hanifaru Bay Aride Island Zanzibar Praslin

Curiesue

Malé

Mahé

Vilanjam

Colombo

Olhugiri Maalhaveli Hithadhoo

La Digue Desroches St. Joseph Atoll Assumption Kilwa Kisiwani Aldabra Ibo Island Nosy Hara Mozambique Mamoudzou Maroantsetra Ampangorinana Nosy Mangabe Nosy Be / Komba Tampolo

Dar es Salaam

Toamasina

Luderitz

INDIAN OCEAN

Port Louis

La Possession

Richards Bay

Cape Town

Port Elizabeth

Port Elizabeth, South Africa Fly-in Elephant Back Safari Explore the Addo Elephant National Park in a unique new way during an elephant-back safari. Your half-day Silver Shore Expedition features a flight to-and-from the park, which is nestled in the valleys of the Zuurberg Mountains, and a scenic elephant-back walk through the bush, ravines and forest. Refreshments are included.

Silver Whisper 2

Voyages Mar - Apr

3

Voyages Nov - Dec

8

Voyages Jan - April

Silver Spirit

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Port Elizabeth, Addo Elephant Back Safari, Greater Addo Elephant National Park

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com

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PRE, POST AND MID LAND ADVENTURES • Stay for four nights pre or post cruise in South Africa’s largest wildlife sanctuary, Ngala Game Reserve.

Nosy Komba, Madagascar Wildlife and Culture of Madagascar

• Experience both the famous temples of Luxor and the remote Valley of the Kings with a two-day extended stay.

Enjoy the unique experience of visiting the small lemur colony found on the island of Nosy Komba. Accessible only by boat, the trip to Nosy Komba takes approximately 30 minutes and cruises along the east coast of Nosy Bé and the Lokobe Forest arriving at Ampangorina Beach. Then a short walk through the tiny fishing village brings you to the black lemur sanctuary. The animals can be observed climbing and resting in the trees. They are quite friendly and sometimes jump onto visitors’ arms or shoulders. The animals have always enjoyed the protection of the villagers and today this tourist attraction greatly benefits the economy of the tiny settlement.

• Journey by private air taxi into the centre of the Kandy plateau to explore the last royal citadel of ancient Ceylon. Nestled in a valley surrounded by hills and dense jungle, Kandy is the cultural heartland of Sri Lanka. This full-day adventure is offered from Colombo. • Journey inland to see the iconic Taj Mahal — a UNESCO World Heritage site. • Stay at the exclusive Gorah Camp and watch elephants amble past while you enjoy renowned Relais & Châteaux® comfort.

Richards Bay, St. Lucia Nature Reserve — Hippo Haven

REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS • Stroll the tea markets of Zanzibar and spice markets of Colombo.

Journey to a haven for the greatest confluence of hippos and crocodiles in South Africa during a memorable cruise on Lake St. Lucia. Your half-day excursion explores the St. Lucia Wetland Park, now the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, via boat. Along the way, see abundant bird and wildlife species, and splendid flora and fauna.

• Experience the thrill of spotting Africa’s Big Five in their natural environment. • Bask in the historic splendour of the Grand Mosque in Casablanca.

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • iSimangaliso Wetland, iSimangaliso/St. Lucia Wetland Park, hippos, crocodiles, wildlife and bird species

• Explore the desert sand dunes by 4 x 4. • Visit Etosha National Park, home to more than 100 species of mammal.

Herd of elephants in the African savanna

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ALASKA Magnificent humpback whales flapping tails and breaching, graceful orcas, porpoises racing the tide, harbour seals posing for the cameras ... Glaciers retreating slowly through the unexpectedly kaleidoscopic calved ice, astonishing raw landscapes beckoning the intrepid traveller within. Star bright, wild and sensationally opulent, Alaska is a land that needs no introduction.

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ALASKA An immeasurable amount of beauty, nature and charm, this is the Alaska of your imagination

ASIA

Seward Homer BERING SEA

Dutch Harbour

Kodiak GULF OF AL ASK A

Hubbard Glacier

NORTH

Skagway AMERICA Juneau Inside Passage Sitka Ketchikan

Petropavlovsk (Kamchatsky)

Vancouver

Kushiro Hakodate

NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN

Aomori

Tokyo

Sitka, Alaska 4x4 Nature Safari Adventure (Self-Driven) Embrace the exquisite natural splendour of Alaska by land and sea during this scenic journey via boat and off-road vehicle. Your half-day excursion begins with a picturesque boat cruise through the scenic islands and channels of Sitka Sound. Next, drive a two-person 4X4 vehicle for an exhilarating ride through the temperate rainforest. Points of interest seen on this excursion could include: • Sitka Sound, Iris Meadows Estuary, flora and fauna, temperate rainforest, marine life, whales, seals, sea otters, seabirds, bears, deer Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com

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PRE, POST AND MID LAND ADVENTURES • Enjoy a train ride on the famous Alaska railway to Denali National Park during a four-day pre or post cruise extension.

Complimentary SCENIC JOURNEY Included on all Seward voyages

• Soar above the summits and craters of the Kamchatka volcano range during a one-day mid-journey land adventure.

Guests aboard cruises that begin or end in Seward will receive a complimentary transfer to/from Anchorage Airport Train Station via chartered rail service.

• Step into the world of the shoguns in Kyoto, ancient capital of Classical Japan. The echoes of Japan’s imperial past resound as you tour such sites as Kyoto’s Golden Pavilion and the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo during this 4-night adventure.

The 4.5 hour train ride between Seward and Anchorage, along the Alaskan Kenai Peninsula, is said to be the most scenic in all of Alaska, as it travels through valleys and areas rich with flora and fauna.

• Enjoy the ultimate train ride — a twoday, all daylight tour of the Canadian Rockies aboard the legendary Rocky Mountaineer.

Ketchikan, Alaska Bear Country Wildlife Adventure

REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS • Cruise the mighty Hubbard Glacier.

Experience the scenic beauty of bear country and the lifestyle of its local denizens during this memorable sightseeing adventure. Highlights of your half-day excursion include a nature hike in a private mountain reserve at Herring Cove, visit to the Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary, bear and wildlife viewing at Eagle Creek, and more.

• Learn about Native American Traditions and Historic Yukon and the Gold Rush. • Embrace your sense of adventure with Dog Sledging on a snowcovered glacier. • Relax and unwind with a day of wild Salmon and Halibut fishing off the Sitka coast.

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Ketchikan, Herring Cove, Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary, Eagle Creek, Herring Bay Lumber Company sawmill, Alaska Raptor Centre, Totem Pole Carving, General Store

• Appreciate the beauty and wonder of Alaska during a glacier trek and helicopter ride.

Anchorage, Alaska

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ASIA Fall instantly in love, again, with the spectacular sight of the Balinese sunset. With the happy cacophony of Ho Chi Minh. With the futuristic skyline of Tokyo. With the gentle grace of Ha Long Bay. A thousand lifetimes would still not give you enough time to experience the unique diversity of a continent so rich in variety and contrast that it defies definition. Spiritual, exotic, mysterious and frenetic, this is a land that seduces all who visit her.

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ASIA A gloriously beautiful continent full of spirituality, rich adventures, timeless treasures and futuristic vision

Dalian

Tianjin (Beijing)

Busan

ASIA Jeju

Shanghai Keelung Xiamen

Ha Long Bay

Chan May

Phuket Sabang Belawan Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur) Malacca

Langkawi Penang

Tokyo Shimizu

Kagoshima

Naha

Hualien PACIFIC OCEAN

Manila

Bangkok Koh Samui

Hiroshima

Ishigaki-Jima

Hong Kong

Yangon

Osaka

Nha Trang Ho Chi Minh City

Coron

Boracay Island

Boho Puerto Princesa

Kota Kinabalu Muara

Sandakan

Bintulu

Singapore

Kuching

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- Apr & Voyages Jan Sept - Nov

Yangon, Burma Temples and Pagodas of Bagan Journey to unbelievable Bagan, where over 2,000 stupas sprawl across a vast plain. Myanmar’s ancient capital is one of the world’s greatest archaeological treasures, awe-inspiring at dusk or dawn. Visit the Shwezigon Pagoda, the greatest temple of King Anawrahta’s reign, and admire the temples that dot the horizon. Your night at the Aureum Resort and an optional balloon ride over the plains makes this a memorable overnight excursion.

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam Cruising Ha Long Bay by Junk

AUSTRALIA A UNESCO World Heritage site, Ha Long Bay ranks among Vietnam’s most celebrated attractions. Your half-day excursion explores this breathtaking seascape during a cruise via junk boat. Take in splendid panoramic vistas of fragmented limestone outcroppings, sheer cliffs, huge rock arches and picturesque coves and islets. Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Ha Long Bay, Limestone Outcroppings, Sheer Cliffs, Rock Arches, Coves, Islets


PRE, POST AND MID LAND ADVENTURES • Visit three former capital cities — Yangon (Rangoon), the former capital city of Myanmar, Mandalay, the capital city of the last reigning dynasty of Konbaung Kings, and Bagan, once the capital of first Myanmar Empire during a 2-night mid-voyage adventure.

Osaka, Japan Kyoto by High-Speed Shinkansen Train Kyoto is among the oldest and most renowned cities in Japan. Your full-day, Silver Shore Collection excursion to Kyoto via bullet train explores its landmarks, shrines and traditions. Upon arrival, an exterior visit is made to the Golden Pavilion, a temple named for the pure gold foil that covers its second and third stories. Next, visit the Nijo Castle, which is renowned for such cultural treasures as the Chinese Gate and Ni-no-maru Gardens. After lunch, proceed to the Hejan Shrine, built to commemorate the 1,100th anniversary of Kyoto. A final stop is made at the Kyoto Handicraft Centre to browse among its traditional crafts, artwork and clothing.

• Experience the silent majesty of Angkor Wat and explore the region’s lesser known — but no less spectacular temples in a four-day pre or post cruise stay. • Explore the markets and local restaurants of Beijing and Shanghai during a mid-cruise land adventure. • Venture into “The Dragon Kingdom” and stay in Thimpu, the capital of a tiny Himalayan kingdom.

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Kyoto, Golden Pavilion, Nijo Castle, Chinese Gate, Ni-no-maru Gardens, Hejan Shrine, Kyoto Handicraft Centre

REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS • Marvel at the immensity and precision of the Terracotta Army.

Shanghai, China Shanghai Dinner and Acrobatic Show

• Explore inland China and walk upon the Great Wall — one of the New Wonders of the World.

Its splendid cuisine, landmarks and ancient art highlight the flavours and culture of Shanghai. Your halfday evening excursion includes dinner, a breathtaking acrobatics performance at a local theatre, and a scenic drive through the French Concession area and along the Bund.

• Encounter the last remaining Orangutans left in the wild. • Stroll upon the pristine beaches of the Philippines. • Observe and experience the typical Singapore lifestyle and extend your stay in one of Slversea’s specially selected 4.5 or 5 star hotels.

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Acrobatic Show, Shanghai City, Bund, French Concession Area

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AUSTRALIA & THE PACIFIC Hundreds of tiny atolls and islands scattered like constellations in the earth’s largest body of water, belted by fantasy beaches that remain unspoilt; villages peopled by those who still live with strong respect for their elders, where nights are spent sharing food and songs. Cities and towns that personify the perfect balance of leisure and pleasure. A myriad of art, culture, tradition and music fuse together in the melting pot nation that defies definition and beggars belief.

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AUSTRALIA & THE PACIFIC A big, beautiful continent that harbours cosmopolitan cities, traditional cultures and clear waters in a flawless setting

Pingelap Kapingamarangi Koror Vanimo

Bouj Jeh

Majuro

PACIFIC OCEAN

Butaritari Madang

Kopar

Garove Island Rabaul Tuam Island

Bonriki

Pheonix Islands Protected Area

Kanton Island Taro Island Kuiawa Island Mbike Island Nanumea Honiara / Guadalcanal Funafuti Utupua Island Deka Deka Island Nukunonu Samarai Port Mary Mata-Utu Asau Apia Kwato Luganville Champagne Beach Ambrym Island Cairns Tanna Aniwa Island Lifou

Murik Lakes Fergusson Island Dobu Island

Red Centre

Kosrae

Manihiki

Bora Bora Aitutaki

Papeete

Ile des Pins

AUSTRALIA Norfolk Island

Sydney

Bay of Islands Auckland New Plymouth Picton

Resolution Bay Kaikoura Akaroa

Dunedin

Sydney, Australia Silver Shore Collection: Berowra Waters Lunch by Seaplane Fly over the stunning Sydney coastline north to the Hawkesbury River. Dine on a magnificent 7 course degustation lunch at a restaurant accessible only by boat or seaplane — a decadent day out! Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Northern Beaches, Hawkesbury River, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com

Overland in Australia Red Centre and The Ghan Contemplate the beauty of the Red Centre and watch over the ever-changing colours as the sun rises and sets over Uluru (Ayers Rock). Stay two nights at the luxury wilderness camp, Longitude 131° gateway to both Uluru and the Olgas, complete with private views of this magical monolith with its Dreamtime legends. Set amid the scorched, red-dune landscape of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, this luxurious, tented wilderness resort is 13 km from the Uluru Sunset Viewing Area and 19 km from Uluru.


PRE, POST AND MID LAND ADVENTURES • Discover Australia’s amazing contrasts during this Mid-Voyage Land Adventure that takes in the undulating hills of the Barossa Valley and the red outback landscape of Coober Pedy.

Tauranga, New Zealand Silver Shore Collection: Sailing Lake Rotoiti Take a relaxing sail aboard the luxurious “Tuia”, an exclusive and beautiful 53-foot catamaran. Discover Lake Rotoiti, one of the nine beautiful lakes in the Rotorua District. Learn about the fascinating history and culture of this region whilst on this lavish cruise.

• Explore the wonders of Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain and walk along the many paths of this verdant national park (two nights). • Indulge in a little piece of paradise during an overnight stay in your own water bungalow in Moorea, French Polynesia.

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Scenic Drive, Lake Rotoiti, Wharetata Bay, Motumauri Islands

• Enjoy discovering Auckland at your leisure during your pre or post voyage extension. Customise your own itinerary or choose to see an overview of the area’s highlights. Sail the beautiful Dusky and Milford Sounds REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

The Maori were the first to attribute the creation of the fiords to a “titanic mason”, as no other explanation seems to fit. It is almost impossible to comprehend the sheer breadth of geological events that created this seemingly perfect sculpture, as sheer cliffs rise vertically upward from the ocean. These incredibly beautiful fiords offer many magical wildernesses and stunning scenery that bathe in “Lord of the Rings” grandeur. An unforgettable journey for both the experienced and the uninitiated.

• Discover the Hunter Valley and taste award-winning wines from vineyards that graced the region as early as the 1800’s. • Explore the Bay of Island Wineries in New Zealand. • Encounter sheer magnificence during a train journey through the Australian outback. • Snorkel in the pristine waters of the Great Barrier Reef.

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CANADA & NEW ENGLAND From gentle does to majestic black bears and kaleidoscopic autumn colours to vertiginous skyscrapers, the spectacularly rugged coast of Canada and New England is some of the most stirring on earth. Inspiring landscapes and starry skies, imbued with legend and beauty culminate in the city that never sleeps and houses extremes of a very different kind. Let Lady Liberty be your tour guide as you sail into New York City past her serene gaze.

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CANADA & NEW ENGLAND No other place on earth has such a balance of Mother Nature at her most impressive and Father Time at his most tranquil

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Gaspé Saguenay Québec City

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Saguenay, Quebec La Fabuleuse

Take a bite out of The Big Apple Epic New York

Re-live the important events that marked the history of Saguenay during ‘La Fabuleuse’, an exhilarating live stage show. Your memorable excursion features a host of local actors, animals and splendid audio-visual techniques. Following the show, take an opportunity to view the backstage area before transferring back to the pier.

From Wall Street’s skyscrapers to the neon of Times Square to Central Park’s leafy paths, New York City pulses with an irrepressible energy. History meets hipness in this global centre of entertainment, fashion, media, and finance. World-class museums and unforgettable icons like the Statue of Liberty beckon, but discovering the subtler strains of New York’s vast ambition is equally rewarding: ethnic enclaves and shops, historic streets of dignified brownstones, and trendy bars and eateries all add to the urban buzz.

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Saguenay, ‘La Fabuleuse’ Stage Show

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PRE AND POST LAND ADVENTURES • Enjoy an overview of the cosmopolitan blend of the old and new that make Montréal so unique. You will see the cultural heritage of the French and the English that have co-existed for over 400 years during your pre or post extension.

Saint John’s, New Brunswick Silver Shore Collection: Bay of Fundy Through a Lens Capture some lovely shots and learn a few photography tips and techniques while exploring the rugged coast of the Bay of Fundy. Your half-day Silver Shore Collection excursion takes in panoramic locales such as the Reversing Falls Rapids, where the mighty Bay of Fundy causes the St. John’s River to reverse direction twice each day and flow upstream, a visit to Lepreau Falls, a scenic waterfall on the Lepreau River, Dipper Harbour and its picturesque fishing wharf before proceeding to a Bay of Fundy beach.

• Extend your Silversea holiday with a stay at a landmark hotel or boutique property. Includes full breakfast and private transfer between airport and hotel. Additional nights and upgrades available upon request.

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Saint John, Reversing Falls Rapids, St. John’s River, Lepreau Falls and River, Dipper Harbour, Bay of Fundy

REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS • Experience the breathtaking beauty of the New England and Canadian autumn.

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Silver Shore Collection: Island Made

• Explore one of Canada’s most beloved fictional characters during an excursion to Green Gables, with a lobster lunch at the renowned Prince Edward Island Preserve Company.

Discover some of the unique products and flavours produced on Prince Edward Island including the COWS Creamery, whose ice cream has been declared the ‘Best Ice Cream in the World’. During your guided tour, view the production area to learn how COWS makes its 32 different flavours of ice cream. Afterward, sample the ice cream flavour of your choice. Next, visit the adjacent Anne of Green Gables Chocolate. Observe how chocolates are made, and sample their unique, chocolate-dipped potato chips and other specialities. Your last stop is at the PEI Brewing Company, the island’s oldest craft brewery and to sample one of their awardwinning ales.

• Enjoy the bustle of the Big Apple to quiet contemplation at sea. • Visit Quebec — the jewel of FrenchCanada’s crown.

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MEDITERRANEAN Cloaked in electric-purple bougainvillea, clandestine, labyrinthine streets bookend age old architecture infused with century-old tradition. If you are hungry for history and myth, drama and discovery, secret islands and sun-kissed shores then the timeless, enigmatic, beautiful coasts of the Mediterranean never fail to disappoint.

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MEDITERRANEAN Voyage back in time to classical charismatic destinations of eternal beauty

EUROPE Monte Carlo

Koper Cannes Venice St. Tropez Ravenna Sanary-Sur-Mer Portofino Pula Marseille La Goulette Nice Livorno Sète Hvar Calvi Roses Ajaccio

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Koper, Slovenia Truffles and Wine Dining Experience

Kusadasi, Turkey Evening Concert at Ephesus

Slovenia holds the unique designation as a renowned winemaking and truffle-producing region. Your half-day Silver Shore Collection excursion includes a sightseeing tour through Istria, a visit to a traditional village and a truffle hunt. Afterward, enjoy a truffle lunch accompanied by a selection of the estate’s wines.

Silversea is pleased to offer our guests this exclusive evening event at Ephesus, one of Turkey’s most famous and bestpreserved sites of antiquity. Upon arrival, stroll down a marble road to the grand Library of Celsus, then on to the Odeon for a classical music concert that enhances the spellbinding atmosphere of the venue.

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Istria, Traditional Village, Truffle Hunt, Winemaking Estate

Points of interest seen on this excursion may include: • Ephesus, Ruins of Civic Buildings and Temples, Library of Celsus, Odeon Theatre

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com


PRE, POST AND MID LAND ADVENTURES • Explore the UNESCO World Heritage site, Thingvellir National Park, the majestic Gullfoss waterfall and the geothermal phenomena at Geysir. Relax in the famed Blue Lagoon — a natural geothermal spa located in the middle of a beautiful lava field (three nights).

Sorrento, Italy Helicopter Adventure and the Isle of Capri Soar over the steep cliffs and villages of the Amalfi Coast, along with Pompeii and Herculaneum. Next, glide over the Gulf of Naples and the city’s renowned landmarks en route to the Isle of Capri. Visit the Blue Grotto and Augustus Gardens, and dine at the Grand Hotel Quisisana before returning to Sorrento via jetfoil.

• Discover the treasures of the Cradle of Civilisation from the Acropolis in Athens to Thessalonica in Macedonia, taking in the many UNESCO sites along the way during this three-night pre or post cruise extension.

Points of interest seen on this excursion may include: • Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, Herculaneum, Naples, Castel Nuovo, Royal Palace, San Carlo Opera House, Castel dell’Ovo, Isle of Capri, Blue Grotto, Augustus Gardens

• Enjoy Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the Plitvice Lakes National Park - a wellknown UNESCO World Heritage site with 16 crystal-blue lakes cascading into 92 spectacular waterfalls during this 1-night mid land adventure.

Dubrovnik, Croatia Silver Shore Expedition: Kayak the City Walls

• Spend a few days in one of Europe’s most famed resorts and enjoy Lake Como while spending four nights at the Villa d’Este.

Experience the beauty of the Adriatic up close and personal during this half-day kayaking tour. Your adventure on the Adriatic sea starts beneath Fort Lovrjenac in the small port called Pile. Paddle, to the beautiful Lokrum Island where free time for swimming or Island exploration will be provided. Just before departing Lokrum Island, enjoy picnic-style snacks and refreshments under the surrounding trees. Continue your kayaking trip towards a hidden cave beach called Betina, where you have a break for snorkelling and swimming.

REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

Points of interest seen on this excursion may include: • Adriatic Sea, Fort Lovrjenac, Lokrum Island, Betina Hidden Cave

• Explore the rich legacy of Lisbon in a unique new way during a scenic and memorable tour via classic tram and coach.

• With such iconic events as both the Cannes Film Festival and the Monaco Grand Prix, enjoy the French Riviera at its most glamorous.

• Marvel at the many monuments and imbibe in the history that make up modern democracy. • Invite the impossible by crossing the Corinth Canal. • Explore labyrinthine streets of medieval villages and cities, lulled by the sound of cicadas.

• Gaze amazed from the comfort of a private yacht at the exceptional firework display of the Festa del Redentore in Venice. • Taste an amazing Chateauneuf-duPape downriver from Avignon. Olive trees, Corfu

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NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES It is impossible to be immune to the wild charms of Viking heritage, gregarious Celtic hospitality, tranquil fjords and stylish cities. From central London to St. Petersburg, Dundee to Dublin, Tromsø to Tallinn, a spirited plethora of cultures, languages, folklore and legend make up the perfect patchwork of defining countries that beseech exploration and beg to be visited.

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NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES Unearth a region laden with heroic histories, poetic shores and beguiling beauty Honnningsvåg

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Flåm

Bergen

Helsinki Oslo

Stockholm Tallinn

Kristiansand Skagen NORTH SEA

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London

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St. Petersburg

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Riga Klaipėda

Gdansk

Warnemünde

Amsterdam Antwerp

Zeebrugge Honfleur

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Belle Île NORTH ATL ANTIC OCEAN

Bordeaux

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Gijón Oporto

Bilbao

Lisbon

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Warnemunde (Rodstock), Germany Silver Shore Collection — Berlin and Lunch at the Reichstag Explore the sights of Berlin during this scenic city tour, and a memorable lunch at the Reichstag. Your full-day Silver Shore Collection traverses the north German countryside to Berlin. Upon arrival, drive through west Berlin, and pass Kurfurstendamm and the Victory Column in Tiergarten Park en route to the Spree River. Next, head to the Reichstag for a three-course lunch at its rooftop restaurant and superb vistas over the city. Afterward, drive past Gendarmenmarkt, Checkpoint Charlie, the Brandenburg Gate and Berlin Wall remnants prior to an exclusive organ concert at the Berlin Cathedral, and a photo stop at the Charlottenburg Palace. Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com

Zeebrugge, Belguim Romantic Bruges Embrace the Old World beauty and charm of Bruges during a scenic sightseeing tour of this romantic city. Your halfday excursion begins with a scenic drive to Bruges, with Belgian chocolates served en route. Upon arrival in Bruges, the ‘Venice of the North’, take a guided stroll through the twisting, narrow streets of the city. Highlights of Bruges include the Burg Square, city centre, Town Hall, Ezelstraat Bridge, Old Recorder’s House and Basilica of the Holy Blood and Belfry, the city’s centrepiece. Next, take a canal boat-ride past arching stone bridges and lovely settings. Some free time for lunch and shopping at Walplein Square is included.


PRE, POST AND MID LAND ADVENTURES St. Petersburg, Russia Silver Shore Collection — The Hermitage (Early Opening) and Fabergé Museum Embrace the exquisite beauty of the most spectacular museums in St. Petersburg during this memorable, earlyopening visit to the Hermitage Museum. Highlights of your half-day excursion include guided tours of the Winter Palace and staterooms, Small Hermitage, Old Hermitage, and New Hermitage. Continue your tour to the first privately owned Fabergé Museum in the Shuvalov Palace in St. Petersburg. The exclusivity of the Fabergé collection was acquired by the “Link of Times Foundation”. Fantasy objects of all kinds, jewellery, precious haberdashery, silverware, interior and religious objects can be seen.

Tallinn, Estonia Silver Shore Collection — Medieval Tallinn and Raeapteek Explore one of northern Europe’s finest medieval Old Towns and Europe’s oldest pharmacy during this scenic tour of Tallinn. Highlights of your half-day Silver Shore Collection excursion include Old Town churches, Guild houses, White Bread and Catherine’s Passage, Town Hall Square, and a Raeapteek Pharmacy herbal tea-tasting.

• Explore the UNESCO World Heritage site, Thingvellir National Park, the majestic Gullfoss waterfall and the geothermal phenomena at Geysir. Relax in the famed Blue Lagoon — a natural geothermal spa located in the middle of a beautiful lava field (three nights). • Revel in the pastoral tranquility of a unique hotel — a refined retreat with more than a few surprises. Set in 240 acres of picturesque parkland on the borders of Windsor Great Park, Coworth. • Discover the idyllic countryside of Normandy, renowned for its charming villages where local products find their way to the finest tables and visit the unforgettable sites of the Landing Beaches and American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer (two days, one night).

REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS • Sail the beautiful Stockholm Archipelago, a cluster of some 30,000 islands, skerries and rocks spreading 80 km east from the city into the Baltic Sea. • See all the great capitals: London, Amsterdam, Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin, Stockholm, Helsinki and Brussels. • Transit the historic Kiel Canal. • Visit historic Edinburgh and see the world famous Military Tattoo.

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CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA Visit the vast deserts and cobalt seas of a tiny sliver of the world forgotten by most. Experience the impressive Mayan ruins tucked deep into jungles, and the colonial towns left unchanged by the relentless marching of time. Never forgetting that the beaches and boutiques, reggae and rum, and spice of life languishing on the rhythmic beat that encapsulates the islands of the Caribbean are just a hop, skip and a jump away.

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CARIBBEAN & CENTRAL AMERICA Technicolour cultures, food and music blend together to make an iconic destination

New York San Francisco

NORTH AMERICA

Los Angeles San Diego

Hamilton

ATL ANTIC OCEAN

Fort Lauderdale Key West

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Road Town Grand Turk St. Thomas Spanish Town San Juan George Town Cozumel Philipsburg Samana Zihuatanejo Costa Maya Gustavia La Romana Belize City Acapulco St. John’s Falmouth Roseau Trujillo Basseterre Oranjestad Huatulco Le Marin Santo Tomás Castries Mayreau Santa Marta de Castilla Puerto Chiapas Bridgetown Puerto Limón Kingstown Cartagena Kralendijk Puerto Quetzal Bequia Willemstad Punta Arenas St. George’s Panama Canal Cristobál Cabo San Lucas

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Costa Maya, Mexico Jeep and Beach Tour

Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala Valhalla Macadamia Nut Farm

Enjoy the perfect combination of lush jungle and turquoise blue sea on Costa Maya’s original eco-adventure as you drive on jungle roads, isolated terrain, and on to a white, sand beach through the quiet fishing village of Mahahual. Hold onto your hats and encounter a side of the Caribbean that not everyone has had a chance to see.

Discover how the macadamia nut industry helps the environment and economy of Guatemala during this memorable, half-day excursion to the Valhalla Organic Macadamia Nut Farm. An added benefit of encouraging farmers to plant macadamia trees is that it prevents the use of slash-and-burn agriculture, which is prevalent here, depleting the soil of nutrients and the expense of short-term crop gains. Macadamia trees also supply ample firewood, making them even more attractive to locals.

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com


PRE AND POST LAND ADVENTURES • Extend your Silversea holiday with a stay at a landmark hotel or boutique property. Includes full breakfast and private transfer between airport and hotel. Additional nights and upgrades available upon request. It is recommended that guests travelling from colder climates take advantage of this pre-cruise option in order to avoid weather-related delays.

Gustavia, St. Barts Silver Shore Expedition — ATV Adventure The scenic natural splendour of St. Barts offers breathtaking panoramic vistas at virtually every turn. Your ATV excursion explores the panoramic mountains, villages and beaches of the leeward and winward coasts in areas seldom encountered by visitors to the island. Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • St. Jean, Col de la Tourente, Morne Tourtertelle, Salines and Petit Cul de Sac Beaches, Salt Ponds, Morne Vitet, Villages of Mariot and Lorient

REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS • Discover the history and culture of the Mayan people while enjoying the natural local beauty. • Explore the Panama Canal and its massive expansion — see the new locks under construction first hand.

Castries, St. Lucia Jade Mountain Experience

• Experience the exquisite beauty of the Central American rainforest from a unique perspective during an exhilarating zip-line excursion.

St. Lucia’s west coast is home to the stunning Jade Mountain Resort, one of the finest resorts in the Caribbean. Your Silver Shore Collection excursion includes a private boat cruise down the island’s west coast. Located atop Morne Chastanet, the Jade Mountain Resort is the crown jewel of the secluded Anse Chastanet Bay.

• Discover the rich biodiversity of Costa Rica during a panoramic ecotrek in an exquisite cloud forest. • Indulge your senses with the best of Acapulco during a relaxing private yacht cruise and enjoy a cliff-diving exhibition at La Quebrada.

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • West Coast of St. Lucia, Jade Mountain Resort, Marigot Bay, Fishing Villages, Anse Chastanet Bay, Morne Chastanet, Caribbean Sea, Pitons

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SOUTH AMERICA Take the plunge and bathe in a region that pulsates with radiance and joy. Energetic, legendary, grandiose and bursting with life, surrender yourself to the ostentatious exuberance that characterises this huge, diverse, magical continent of extremes. From the glacial waters of the last city on earth to the epic Rio Carnival, expect wonderful things from this incommensurable land of palpable euphoria.

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SOUTH AMERICA An addictive land of hypnotising landscapes, cultural jewels and extraordinary wildlife — one visit and you’ll be hooked

Boca da Valeria

Devil’s Island Macapa

Manta

Fortaleza

Santarém Salaverry

Manaus

Callao Pisco Matarani Arica Coquimbo

Natal

Alter do Chão

Recife Salvador de Bahía

Parintins

SOUTH AMERICA

Búzios Rio de Janeiro

Santos

Buenos Aires

Valparaíso

Montevideo Puerto Montt

Punta del Este

Laguna San Rafael

Puerto Madryn

Chilean Fjords

Puerto Chacabuco

Punta Arenas

Stanley

ATLANTIC OCEAN

Ushuaia

Ushuaia, Argentina Tierra del Fuego National Park Tierra del Fuego National Park and Lapataia Bay are two of Argentina’s southernmost and spectacular natural landmarks. Your full-day excursion explores the stunning natural beauty and wildlife of Tierra del Fuego National Park via antique train, and Lapataia Bay, Beagle Channel and Sea Wolves Island by catamaran. Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Tierra del Fuego National Park, Pipo River, Terre Plain, Macarena Cascade, Lapataia Bay, Beagle Channel, Sea Wolves Island, Sea Lions, Seals and Seabirds Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at

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PRE, POST AND MID LAND ADVENTURES • Nothing compares to the gigantic party at the Sambadrome parade during the Rio Carnival. Enjoy prime grandstand seating at this unforgettable spectacle, while the city explodes in joy around you (evening event).

Manta Cloud Forest, Ecuador Overland at Mashpi Lodge Mashpi Lodge is located in the evergreen wilds of the Andes’ western slope. The sudden shift in altitude allows you to discover the spectacular natural diversity of the Andean landscape. Travel through the dry valley of Pomasqui towards the cordillera’s western flank, into lush, misty cloud forest, and finally reach Mashpi, a nature sanctuary located in the spectacular Chocó, one of the most celebrated bioregions in the world, known for its record-high endemism, rainfall and altitudinal range. Birding here is renowned and naturalist guides are available to maximise your viewing opportunities.

• Unlock the mysteries of Easter Island and its massive monolithic moai. Explore all the major sites from the ceremonial village of Orongo to the temple of Vinapu and Anakena Beach on this four nights pre-cruise. • Few places can compare to the “Lost City of the Incas” so come and discover one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, and visit historic Cusco high up in the Andes and travel to Machu Picchu via the Hiram Bingham luxury train during this four day and three night excursion.

Punta Arenas, Chile Torres del Paine National Park The stunning natural beauty of the expansive Torres del Paine National Park highlights the exquisite topography of Chile. Your full-day Silver Shore Expedition excursion begins with a flight to Puerto Natales, then a drive through the scenic pampas en route to Porteria Serrano, one of the entrances to Torres del Paine National Park. Your drive within the park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, offers breathtaking panoramic vistas in all directions. After lunch at the park with great views of the Serrano area, your tour continues with a drive through the park to the lovely Salto Grande Waterfall for a hike through its environs, then continue to the Lake Nordenskjold Lookout for spectacular views of the famous jagged spires.

REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS • Dance to the rhythms and pulsating beats of the Samba during the Rio Carnival. • Enjoy the National Parks of Argentina and Chile and spot rare birds and mammals. • Sail the journey of a lifetime around Cape Horn. • Breathe in the rarified air of mystical Machu Picchu - one of the seven Wonders of the New World.

Points of interest seen on this excursion include: • Torres del Paine National Park, Lake Nordenskjold Lookout, Jagged Spires, Salto Grande Waterfall

• Meet King Penguins in the Falklands.

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SIMPLE LUXURY AT SEA With butler service for every suite, cuisine that entices the taste buds, outstanding service and fantastic, around the world itineraries, welcome to the world of Silversea. OUTSTANDING ACCOMMODATION FOR EVERYONE A true home away from home with all the space and every facility that you could need, each one of our suites is beautifully equipped and impeccably maintained. Our all-suite fleet caters only for the very best, so expect a large Italian marble bathroom, sensational ocean views, and your butler to be on hand whenever you might need them. EXTRAVAGANCE WITHOUT PRETENTIONS Extraordinary dining, unlimited beverages, insightful lectures and entertaining evening shows make up just part of the Silversea all-inclusive lifestyle. Like-minded guests and inspiring destinations make our intimate ships some of the cosiest afloat today, meaning your experience aboard is perfectly tailor-made. WHAT’S INCLUDED • Butler service • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your complimentary preferences • Champagne and fresh fruit selection available upon request • Pierre Marcolini chocolates • Bvlgari® bath amenities, plus a choice of other European brands • Pratesi® fine bed linens and down duvet covers • Rubelli® soft furnishings • Pillow menu • Plush bathrobes and slippers • Laundry and dry-cleaning service1 • Illy® coffee machine2 • State of the art flat-screen HD TVs • Interactive media library • Complimentary WiFi for every suite* 01 Medallion, Silver, Royal, Grand and Owner’s Suites 02 Medallion, Silver, Royal, Grand and Owner’s Suites *One hour complimentary WiFi per day for all guests. Unlimited complimentary WiFi for guests sailing on select suite categories

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Main Bar

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Cruise Consultant

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The Theatre

Shore Concierge

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Reception

Launderette

Stage

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Indochine

Indochine Bar

Kabuki

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MaDame

Atlantide Bar

Atlantide

Launderette

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All renderings, suite diagrams and deck plans are included for general reference only and may vary from actual square footage. Please refer to suite specifications for square footage.Features, materials, finishes and layouts are subject to change and may be different than shown.

Observation Lounge

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Bar

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1114 Pool Bar

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Boutique

Aerobics Studio

Whirlpool

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Children’s Room

Fitness Centre

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Launderette

SUITE CATEGORIES

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Bar

Panorama Lounge

DECK 04

Conference/ Card Room

The Spa at Silversea Beauty Salon The Fitness Centre

Launderette

La Terrazza

06

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

The Library

DECK 06

Laund -erette

Connoisseur’s Corner

Reception / Guest Relations Shore Concierge Dolce Vita bar L’Opera theatre Cruise Consultant

07 Atlantide Indochine Kabuki MaDame by Relais & Châteaux®

08

DECK 05

Launderette

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

Regina Margherita

DECK 11

Launderette

DECK 09

Launderette

The Observation Lounge Regina Margherita Jogging Track

Pool Whirlpool Area

Pool Whirlpools Hot Rocks Pool Bar & Grill Whirlpool Area

Open view to Swimming Pool

Jogging Track

La Terrazza Silver Note

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10 The Panorama Lounge Children’s Room & Outdoor Area

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

DECK 08

Steam Rooms and Saunas


OWNER’S SUITE

GRAND SUITE DECK 8

GRAND SUITE DECK 9

ROYAL SUITE

Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as a two-bedroom configuration (as illustrated)

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

ONE BEDROOM: 947-1055 SQ FT / 88-98 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ FT / 12 M²)

ONE-BEDROOM: 1572 SQ FT / 146 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (570 SQ FT / 53 M²)

ONE-BEDROOM: 1475 SQ FT / 137 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (474 SQ FT / 44 M²)

ONE-BEDROOM: 1130 SQ FT / 105 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ FT / 12 M²)

TWO-BEDROOM: 1281-1389 SQ FT / 119-129 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ FT / 12 M²)

TWO-BEDROOM: 1970 SQ FT / 183 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (635 SQ FT / 59 M²)

TWO-BEDROOM: 1873 SQ FT / 174 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (538 SQ FT / 50 M²)

TWO-BEDROOM: 1528 SQ FT / 142 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (194 SQ FT / 18 M²)

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling 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 king-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with shower ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙One 55” / 140 cm and one 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephones ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

∙∙Two teak verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest ∙∙Sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or king-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙One 55” / 140 cm and one 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephones ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

∙∙Two teak verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest ∙∙Sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or king-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙One 55” / 140 cm and one 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephones ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest ∙∙Sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or king-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙One 55” / 140 cm and one 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephones ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

SILVER SUITE

DELUXE VERANDA SUITE SUPERIOR VERANDA SUITE CLASSIC VERANDA SUITE

Available as a one-bedroom configuration (as illustrated) or as a two bedroom configuration. Silver Suites can accommodate between three to five guests. ONE-BEDROOM: 786 SQ FT / 73 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ FT / 12 M²)

AMENITIES & FEATURES FOR ALL SUITES

Some Veranda Suites accommodate three guests. Deluxe Verandas offer preferred central location with identical accommodations to Classic and Superior Verandas.

TWO-BEDROOM: 1119 SQ FT / 104 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ FT / 12 M²)

387 SQ FT / 36 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (64 SQ FT / 6 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 king-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, full-sized bath, separate shower; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Two 55” / 140 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephone ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

∙∙Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with vanity, full-sized bath, separate shower ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephone ∙∙One hour of complimentary internet access per guest per day

∙∙Dedicated Butler service ∙∙Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences ∙∙Bvlgari® bath amenities, plus a choice of other European brands ∙∙Pratesi® fine bed linens and down duvet covers ∙∙Premium mattresses ∙∙Pillow menu ∙∙Plush Etro® bathrobes and slippers ∙∙Personalised stationery ∙∙Umbrella ∙∙Complimentary WiFi Internet access ∙∙Complimentary Interactive mobile content

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SILVER SPIRIT SHIP SPECIFICATION Crew 376 Guests 540 Tonnage 36,000 Length 642 FT / 198.5 M Width 86 FT / 26.2 M Speed 19.5 Knots Built 2009

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Laund -erette

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Jogging Track The Grill

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The Observation Lounge

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Pool Bar 930

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Stars Supper Club

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Launderette

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Laund -erette

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Boutiques

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Library/ Internet Café

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Launderette

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Beauty Salon

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The Spa

Thermal Suite

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E E

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Fitness Centre

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Launderette

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Shore Concierge

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E E

E E

Conference Room

530

The Bar

E E

Cruise Consultant

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411

409

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All renderings, suite diagrams and deck plans are included for general reference only and may vary from actual square footage. Please refer to suite specifications for square footage.Features, materials, finishes and layouts are subject to change and may be different than shown.

402

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412

E E

The Restaurant

Le Champagne

E E

Seishin Restaurant

E E

04

532

Reception

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Show Lounge

Stage

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

Connoisseur’s Corner

Boutiques

SUITE CATEGORIES

1011

Card Room

Casino

La Terrazza

The Restaurant Seishin Le Champagne

Laund -erette

E E

09

The Spa at Silversea Beauty Salon The Fitness Centre

DECK 04

1012

Pool

DECK 06

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

Laund -erette

E E

Panorama Lounge

Panorama Outdoor Lounge

DECK 07

DECK 05

E E

Open view to Swimming Pool

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The Connoisseur’s Corner Boutiques The Casino La Terrazza Stars Supper Club The Library Internet Café

The Grill

DECK 08

Jogging Track

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


OWNER’S SUITE

GRAND SUITE

ROYAL SUITE

SILVER SUITE

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

Silver Suites accommodate three guests.

ONE BEDROOM: 1,292 SQ. FT. / 120 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (190 SQ. FT. / 18 M²)

ONE BEDROOM: 1,425 – 1,532 SQ. FT. / 132– 142 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (560–667 SQ. FT. / 52 –62 M²);

ONE BEDROOM: 990 SQ. FT. / 92 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ. FT. / 12 M²)

TWO BEDROOM: 1,668 SQ. FT. / 150 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (190 SQ. FT. / 18 M²)

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling 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 king-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or king-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with shower ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙One 55” / 140 cm and one 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephones ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

TWO BEDROOM: 1,772–1,879 SQ. FT./ 165–174 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (595–702 SQ. FT. / 55–65 M²)

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; two-bedroom has additional veranda ∙∙Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) ∙∙Sitting area; two-bedroom has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or king-sized bed; two-bedroom has additional twin beds or king-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized whirlpool tub, plus a powder room; two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙Flat screen television(s) with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Bang & Olufsen® audio system ∙∙Illy Espresso machine ∙∙Radio/Alarm with iPod® docking station ∙∙Direct-dial telephone(s) ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

TWO BEDROOM: 1,366 SQ. FT. /127 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (194 SQ. FT. / 18 M²)

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; two-bedroom has additional veranda ∙∙Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) ∙∙Sitting area; two-bedroom has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed; twobedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized whirlpool tub, plus a powder room; two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙Flat screen television(s) with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Bang & Olufsen® audio system ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Radio/Alarm with iPod® docking station ∙∙Direct-dial telephone(s) ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

ONE BEDROOM: 742 SQ. FT. / 69 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (118 SQ. FT. / 11 M²)

∙∙Teak veranda with patio furniture and floorto-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or king-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, full-sized bath, separate shower ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Flat screen television(s) with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Bang & Olufsen® audio system ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Radio/Alarm with iPod® docking station ∙∙Direct-dial telephone ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

AMENITIES & FEATURES FOR ALL SUITES

VERANDA 1 - 6

VISTA SUITE

Some Veranda Suites accommodate three guests. Veranda 4, Veranda 5 and Veranda 6 offer preferred central location with identical accommodations to Veranda 1, Veranda 2 and Veranda 3.

Some Vista Suites accommodate three guests.

376 SQ. FT. / 35 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (65 SQ. FT. / 6 M²)

∙∙Teak veranda with patio furniture and floorto-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with vanity, full-sized bath, separate shower ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Flat screen television with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙CD player ∙∙Radio/Alarm with iPod® docking station ∙∙Direct-dial telephone ∙∙One hour of complimentary internet access per guest/per day

∙∙Butler service ∙∙Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences ∙∙European bath amenities ∙∙Pratesi® fine bed linens and down duvet covers ∙∙Premium mattresses ∙∙A choice of pillow ∙∙Plush robes and slippers ∙∙Personalised stationery ∙∙Binoculars ∙∙Umbrella ∙∙Complimentary WiFi ∙∙Internet access

312 SQ. FT. / 29 M2

∙∙Large picture window providing panoramic ocean views ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with vanity, full-sized bath, separate shower ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Flat screen television with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙CD player ∙∙Radio/Alarm with iPod® docking station ∙∙Direct-dial telephone ∙∙One hour of complimentary internet access per guest/per day

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SILVER SHADOW & SILVER WHISPER SHIP SPECIFICATION Crew 302 Guests 382 Tonnage 28,258 Length 610FT / 186 M Width 81.8 FT / 24.2 M Speed 18.5 Knots Built 2000/2001 Refurbished 2010/2013

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

Beauty Salon

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The Spa

Observation Lounge

DECK 10

Fitness Centre

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Library

Panorama Lounge

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Pool

Pool Bar

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Launderette

Pool Grill

E E

Internet Café

DECK 06

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09

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

930

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Open view to Swimming Pool

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

Jogging Track

DECK 08

The Show Lounge 712

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Conference Room

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The Restaurant

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Show Lounge

Stage

DECK 04

Connoisseur’s Corner

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E E Le Champagne

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

La Terrazza

DECK 05

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Boutique

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Shore Reception Concierge Lobby Cruise Consultant

The Bar

Stage

Show Lounge

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

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All renderings, suite diagrams and deck plans are included for general reference only and may vary from actual square footage. Please refer to suite specifications for square footage.Features, materials, finishes and layouts are subject to change and may be different than shown.


OWNER’S SUITE

GRAND SUITE

ROYAL SUITE

SILVER SUITE

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

Silver Suites accommodate three guests.

ONE BEDROOM: 919 SQ FT / 85 M INCL. VERANDA (VERANDA: 220 SQ FT / 20 M2)

ONE BEDROOM: 941-1,090 SQ FT /  87-101 M2 INCL. VERANDA (VERANDA: 103-116 SQ FT / 10-11 M 2)

ONE BEDROOM: 967-1,007 SQ FT /  90-94 M2 INCL. VERANDA (VERANDA: 110-116 SQ FT / 10-11 M 2)

TWO BEDROOM: 1,286-1,435 SQ FT /  119-133 M 2 INCL. VERANDA (VERANDA: 163-176 SQ FT / 16-17 M 2)

TWO BEDROOM: 1,312-1,352 SQ FT /  122-126 M 2 INCL. VERANDA (VERANDA: 170-176 SQ T / 16-17 M 2)

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area and bar ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bathtub, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bathtub ∙∙Bang & Olufsen® audio system ∙∙Illy Espresso machine

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area and bar ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bathtub, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bathtub ∙∙Bang & Olufsen audio system ∙∙Illy Espresso machine

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TWO BEDROOM: 1,264 SQ FT / 117 M INCL. VERANDA (VERANDA: 220 SQ FT / 20 M2) 2

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653-701 SQ FT / 61-65 M2 INCL. VERANDA (VERANDA: 110-123 SQ FT / 10-11 M2)

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AMENITIES & FEATURES FOR ALL SUITES

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VERANDA SUITES 1-4

521 SQ FT / 49 M2 INCL. VERANDA (VERANDA: 81 SQ FT / 8 M2)

Some Veranda Suites accommodate three guests. Veranda 3 and 4 offer preferred central location with identical accommodation to Veranda 1 and 2.

∙∙Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Living room with sitting and dining area ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bathtub

345 SQ FT / 32 M2 INCL. VERANDA (VERANDA: 60 SQ FT / 6 M2)

∙∙Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bathtub

VISTA SUITE TERRACE SUITE 287 SQ. FT. / 27 M2

∙∙Large picture window providing panoramic ocean views (Vista Suite) ∙∙Shared teak veranda and floor-to-ceiling glass doors (Terrace Suite) ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bathtub

∙∙Butler service ∙∙Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences ∙∙Twin or queen-sized beds ∙∙Pratesi® fine bed linens and down duvet covers ∙∙Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows ∙∙Plush robes and slippers ∙∙Personalised stationery, binoculars, and umbrella ∙∙Choice of European bath amenities ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙Flat screen TV(s), on-demand movies, and satellite news ∙∙Alarm with iPod® docking station ∙∙Direct-dial telephone(s) ∙∙Complimentary WiFi Internet access ∙∙Complimentary Interactive mobile content

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

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

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

ONE-BEDROOM: 1572 SQ FT / 146 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (570 SQ FT / 53 M²)

ONE-BEDROOM: 1475 SQ FT / 137 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (474 SQ FT / 44 M²)

ONE-BEDROOM: 1130 SQ FT / 105 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ FT / 12 M²)

TWO-BEDROOM: 1970 SQ FT / 183 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (635 SQ FT / 59 M²)

TWO-BEDROOM: 1873 SQ FT / 174 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (538 SQ FT / 50 M²)

TWO-BEDROOM: 1528 SQ FT / 142 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (194 SQ FT / 18 M²)

∙∙Two teak verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest ∙∙Sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or king-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙One 55” / 140 cm and one 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephones ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

∙∙Two teak verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest ∙∙Sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or king-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙One 55” / 140 cm and one 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephones ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest ∙∙Sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or king-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙One 55” / 140 cm and one 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephones ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

ONE BEDROOM: 947-1055 SQ FT / 88-98 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ FT / 12 M²) TWO-BEDROOM: 1281-1389 SQ FT / 119-129 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ FT / 12 M²)

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling 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 king-sized bed; bedroom two has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with shower ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙One 55” / 140 cm and one 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephones ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

AMENITIES & FEATURES FOR ALL SUITES

SILVER SUITE Available as one or two bedroom (as illustrated) configurations. Silver Suites can accommodate between three to five guests. ONE-BEDROOM: 786 SQ FT / 73 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ FT / 12 M²) TWO-BEDROOM: 1119 SQ FT / 104 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (129 SQ FT / 12 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 king-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with double vanity, full-sized bath, separate shower; bedroom two has addional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Two 42” / 140 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephone ∙∙Unlimited complimentary internet access

∙∙Butler service ∙∙Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences ∙∙Twin or queen-sized beds ∙∙Pratesi® fine bed linens and down duvet covers ∙∙Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows ∙∙Plush robes and slippers ∙∙Personalised stationery, binoculars, and umbrella ∙∙Choice of European bath amenities ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙Flat screen TV(s), on-demand movies, and satellite news ∙∙Alarm with iPod® docking station ∙∙Direct-dial telephone(s) ∙∙Complimentary WiFi Internet access ∙∙Complimentary Interactive mobile content

DELUXE VERANDA SUITE SUPERIOR VERANDA SUITE CLASSIC VERANDA SUITE Some Veranda Suites accommodate three guests. Deluxe Verandas offer preferred central location with identical accommodations to Classic and Superior Verandas. 387 SQ FT / 36 M² INCLUDING VERANDA (64 SQ FT / 6 M²)

∙∙Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with vanity, full-sized bath, separate shower ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Two 42” / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs ∙∙Interactive Media Library ∙∙Wall mounted mobile device chargers ∙∙Direct-dial telephone ∙∙One hour of complimentary internet access per guest per day

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SHIP SPECIFICATION Crew 222 Guests 296 Tonnage 16,800 Length 514.14 FT / 156.7 M Width 70.62 FT / 21.5 M Speed 18 Knots Built 1994 Refurbished 2012

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

Silver Suites accommodate three guests.

ONE BEDROOM: 587 SQ FT / 55 M incl. veranda (Veranda: 89 SQ FT / 8 M2)

ONE BEDROOM: 1,019 SQ FT / 95 M incl. veranda (Veranda: 145 SQ FT / 14 M2)

ONE BEDROOM: 736 SQ FT / 69 M incl. veranda (Veranda: 126 SQ FT / 12 M2)

TWO BEDROOM: 827 SQ FT / 77 M incl. veranda (Veranda: 89 SQ FT / 8 M2)

TWO BEDROOM: 1,314 SQ FT / 122 M incl. veranda (Veranda: 194 SQ FT / 18.5 M2)

TWO BEDROOM: 1,031 SQ FT / 96 M2 incl. veranda (Veranda: 175 SQ FT / 16.5 M2)

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional large picture window ∙∙Living room with sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Marbled bathroom with full-sized bathtub and separate shower; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with shower ∙∙Bang & Olufsen® audio system ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine

∙∙Two teak verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Marbled bathroom with full-sized bathtub; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with shower ∙∙Bang & Olufsen® audio system ∙∙Illy Espresso machine

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; bedroom two has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with sitting area; bedroom two has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Marbled bathroom with full-sized bathtub and separate shower; bedroom two has additional marbled bathroom with shower ∙∙Bang & Olufsen audio system ∙∙Illy Espresso machine

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AMENITIES & FEATURES FOR ALL SUITES

MIDSHIP VERANDA SUITE VERANDA SUITE Some Veranda Suites accommodate three guests. The Midship Veranda Suite offers preferred central location with identical accommodation to a Veranda Suite. 295 SQ FT / 27 M2 incl. veranda (Veranda: 49 SQ FT / 4.5 M2)

∙∙Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Marbled bathroom with shower only or shower / bathtub combination

∙∙Butler service ∙∙Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences ∙∙Twin or queen-sized beds ∙∙Pratesi® fine bed linens and down duvet covers ∙∙Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows ∙∙Plush robes and slippers ∙∙Personalised stationery, binoculars, and umbrella ∙∙Choice of European bath amenities ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙Flat screen TV(s), on-demand movies, and satellite news ∙∙Alarm with iPod® docking station ∙∙Direct-dial telephone(s) ∙∙Complimentary WiFi Internet access ∙∙Complimentary Interactive mobile content

VISTA SUITE Some Vista Suites accommodate three guests. 240 SQ FT / 22 M2

∙∙Large picture window providing panoramic ocean views ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Marbled bathroom with shower only or shower / bathtub combination

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EDUCATIONAL. ASPIRATIONAL.

INSPIRATIONAL.


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DESTINATION EVERYWHERE Come and discover our world

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.

WHAT’S INCLUDED • Uniquely curated itineraries sailing to all 7 continents and over 350 destinations • Highly qualified expedition team with experts in their field (marine biologists, ornithologists, historians and more) • Excursions and activities, including explorations by Zodiac® • Complimentary use of expedition gear: wetsuits, snorkelling and selected equipment • Personalised service with a butler for all suites and the highest crew to guest ratio in the industry • Complimentary Haglöfs parka for polar expeditions • Fine dining even in the most remote destinations on the planet • Comfortable amenities with some of the largest expedition suites at sea • Inclusive room-service, select wines, spirits and soft drinks throughout the ship • Complimentary WiFi* throughout the ship • Onboard gratuities • Exclusive partnership with The Royal Geographical Society *One hour complimentary WiFi per day for all guests. Unlimited complimentary WiFi for guests sailing on select suite categories Antarctic Peninsula


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Ali Island, PNG (Melanesia)


INTERESTING PLACES FOR INTERESTING PEOPLE Experts by your side

SPECIALIST EXPERTISE Silversea Expeditions have the highest expedition team to guest 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.

STEFAN KREDEL Senior Expedition Leader and Geologist German native Stefan has travelled extensively throughout Iceland, Greenland, both Polar regions, Asia and Europe and explored copper, gold and diamond mines all over the world. He holds a BSc in Geology/Palaeontology.

Welcome to our 2017 Silversea Expedition voyages. Each year, we strive harder to include more remote, harder to reach and off-the-beaten track destinations, so that you can experience the regions and traditions that the typical tourist doesn’t find. This year we have added dozens of new destinations, including the striking Sunderbans Reserve in Bangladesh — in fact, we are the only ones who go there. I’m also thrilled to announce that Silver Cloud will undergo extensive refurbishment and join our expedition fleet in November 2017, bringing our number of expedition ships to four. Accompanying you on each adventure is a dedicated team of experts giving lectures and insights and making sure that your every question is answered. We believe that every guest aboard one of our ships is an explorer in the making; we want you to be immersed in the local culture, expect the unexpected, and be prepared to be amazed. Conrad Combrink Director Expedition Planning

Patrick’s love of the sea takes him below the waves as a researcher, a dive instructor and an underwater photographer! Back home in Vienna, he educates the public on biology at the Vienna Zoo.

CHRISTIAN WALTER 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.

MICHELLE MALAN Botanist From the Cape Floristic Region of Cape Town, Michelle has spent the past decade travelling around Southern Africa, studying off-the-beatenpath plants and ecosystems. She is a freelance environmental consultant, focusing on the effects of climate change in Southern Africa.

KARA WELLER Expedition Leader and Biologist 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. Much of her work has focused on the Polar Regions.

PATRICK DEMUS Dive Master & Marine Biologist

RAY STRANAGAN Photographer

DR. SAMUEL TEMIDAYO

OSINUBI Ornithologist Dayo studies the behaviour of birds in relation to their environment, and brings an infectious passion to bird watching. He has a Master of Science in Conservation Biology and a PhD in Ecology.

Happy exploring!

ISRAEL MATA ZAVALA Naturalist Guide Galápagos

American Ray graduated from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale in 2011, and continues to pursue work photographing natural ecosystems and spends his free time travelling and scuba diving around the world.

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

As part of the fifth generation of a traditional Galapageño family from San Cristobal Island, Israel’s heart belongs to Galápagos and is keen to convey the importance of conservation in this exceptional area. His hobbies include hiking and astronomy. Silversea.com/expeditions 105


COMFORT IN THE COLD Together with the renowned outdoor clothing brand Haglöfs, we have created two stunning co-branded jackets for Silversea guests aboard expedition cruises to Antarctica, the Arctic, Chilean Fjords and the Russian Far East. The complimentary jacket features Haglöfs’ trademark Quad+ Fusion TM technology and a soft-shell outer layer made of Pertex® Microlight technology brings warmth and insulation thanks to a perfect balance of lightweight softness, durability and water resistance.

One hundred years of research and development have contributed to the success of Haglöfs and its positioning among the most respected and prestigious brands of top quality adventure gear. Innovations stretching from back systems to choices in materials and original constructions made Haglöfs a leading player in the field of technical outdoor clothing and several successful product releases resulted in international awards and distinctions. The partnership reinforces Silversea’s commitment to offering guests a green expedition experience that both meets and surpasses their expectations by providing an unforgettable voyage of discovery and wonder.

01 Inner jacket, featuring Haglöfs’ trademark Quad+ Fusion TM technology 02 Soft-shell outer layer made of Pertex ® Microlight technology


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.

Relaying the ‘James Caird’ across the ice, Frank Hurley, 1915 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-1917

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. 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.

HMS Beagle, 1832

The Galápagos, 1858

Charles Robert Darwin

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INDULGE YOUR PASSION Themed Expeditions

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.

CULINARY EXPEDITIONS 2 VOYAGES If one of your most enjoyable parts of expedition cruising is to have the opportunity to be fully immersed in the local culture, then join us aboard Silver Explorer for an epicurean journey along the Atlantic coast of Europe. You will visit Oporto’s city centre (a UNESCO World Heritage site), which boasts the Castelo Queijo and the impressive 14th century St Francis Church. And to round it all off, there’s a visit to a well-known wine cellar for a taste of some world famous port wine. DIVING EXPEDITIONS 12 VOYAGES Silver Discoverer features a series of scuba-diving opportunities on select voyages in 2017, offering experienced divers the opportunity to experience top diving sites across the South Pacific, Australasia, Africa and the Indian Ocean. You will visit such regions as the enigmatic Aldabra atoll, the Watubela Archipelago and Frost Island, which have been celebrated as some of the world’s most spectacular diving hotspots, featuring blue holes, hidden caves and tunnels, and an astonishing spectrum of coral fish and rare sea creatures. Combine the thrill of onshore and underwater exploration with remote islands and mesmerising underwater wonderlands.

For more information, please call Silversea Reservations or visit www.silversea.com/expeditions/specialty-expeditions/

PHOTOGRAPHY EXPEDITIONS 7 VOYAGES Learn to photograph enchanting destinations like a pro. Embark on a voyage that takes you well off the beaten path, to destinations that will excite your imagination like no other. Join our photographer on photo walks and Zodiac® tours and discover how to get the best out of your camera equipment before reviewing and learning to edit the images you’ve taken back on board. WELLNESS EXPEDITIONS 5 VOYAGES Silversea Expeditions offers a series of Wellness Expedition voyages specifically designed to improve your well-being. As well as taking you to some of the most remote and unexplored places in the world, we provide a complete onboard programme of Yoga and stretching classes, spa treatments and daily healthy menus, supported by our wellness partner, Technogym®. Sometimes the best journey comes from within. ORNITHOLOGICAL EXPEDITIONS 10 VOYAGES Inspring your sense of adventure, introducing you to mesmerising landscapes and exceptional wildlife, you’ll encounter wild animals, exotic flora and fauna, fascinating cultures, and large varieties of bird species. Look for bald eagles in Alaska, identify countless birds in the Russian Far East and enjoy onboard lectures to discover and study a large variety of faraway bird species.

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A VOYAGE OF A LIFETIME Epic Grand Expeditions in every sense of the world

Awe inspiring, breathtaking … words simply cannot describe the experience of a Silversea Grand Expedition. From the centre of the earth to the corners of the globe, Grand Expeditions are a combination of epic, once-in-a-lifetime voyages, each offering a unique journey from sea, to land, to sea again. Ranging from 18 - 34 days, the voyages encompass the very best of each region, allowing you to explore, examine and experience the different tribes, cultures and destinations as never before. Amazing wildlife, spectacular shores, snow-capped mountains and the not to be missed Machu Picchu are just some of the incredible highlights of these exceptional adventures. Nothing will ever seem the same again.

LATIN AMERICAN DELIGHTS VOYAGE 1 – Galápagos – 7 Days – Silver Galapagos VOYAGE 2 – Central America – 8 Days – Silver Explorer We’ll devote a week to Galápagos’ western isles; Incense trees, Scalesisa Forests, tidal pools, colonies of sea turtles and marine iguanas; countless creatures. Followed by eight days absorbing the wilds of Panama, Colombia, and Ecuador. Tree sloths, Nazca boobies, an Embera village, plus rare visits to Utría National Park. An overnight stay in Guayaquil and a short flight is all you need to connect the wonders of the Galápagos and a transit of the Panama Canal and the Darien Jungle.

SOUTH AMERICAN SOJOURN VOYAGE 1 – Galápagos – 7 Days – Silver Galapagos VOYAGE 2 – South America – 14 Days – Silver Explorer Seven days of Galápagos wildness; lava tunnels, giant tortoises, Genovesa, and colourful marine iguanas. Creatures that should fear you, but don’t. Then, not to be outdone, it’s two weeks immersed in the best of Ecuador to Chile — Blackish Oystercatchers, Peruvian Boobies, Valley of the Moon, Chilean wines and more. With both ships in Ecuador and just a day between, going from Galápagos to the deserts of Arica and the wine country of Chile has never been more rewarding.


FRIGATEBIRDS, ICE FIELDS AND FJORDS VOYAGE 1 – Galápagos – 7 Days – Silver Galapagos VOYAGE 2 – South America – 12 Days – Silver Explorer Galápagos’ north central isles will be our home for a week; lava flows, Bird Island, giant tortoises, sea lions, and other fearless creatures. Then it’s 12 days, between Valparaíso and the Straits of Magellan. Chiloé Archipelago, a Patagonian estancia, the Chilean Fjords, and the Garibaldi Glacier. Two nights in Chile’s beautifully situated capital city Santiago give you the chance to savour some of the country’s best wines between your Galápagos adventure and your journey to a coast of glaciers and fjords.

CONQUER SOUTH AMERICA AND ANTARCTICA VOYAGE 1 – Galápagos – 7 Days – Silver Galapagos VOYAGE 2 – Antarctica – 18 Days – Silver Explorer It starts with a week in Galápagos’ western isles; lava fields, mangroves, sea lions, cave inscriptions, a tuff cone, and more. Then the coup de grâce — 18 days in South America’s southernmost regions; six breeds of penguins, whales, dolphins, albatross, countless seabirds, and the footsteps of Shackleton, Hillary and Byrd. From the ancient city of Machu Picchu high in the mountains to the thundering waters of the mighty Iguassu there’s no better way to explore the wilds of South America, Galápagos, and Antarctica. It’s like a wine pairing, but even more delicious.

SOUTHERNMOST SOUTH AMERICA VOYAGE 1 – Galápagos – 7 Days – Silver Galapagos VOYAGE 2 – Antarctica – 10 Days – Silver Explorer An entire week getting to know the creatures and sites of the western Galápagos Isles; sea turtles, manta rays, Pinnacle Rock, and the largest colony of colourful marine iguanas. This pairs with 10 days exploring southernmost South America and Antarctica; whales, penguins, and calving glaciers; seals, seabirds, and Tierra del Fuego.

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AFRICA & THE INDIAN OCEAN Photography expedition

Ornithology expedition

Diving expedition

From the days of the East India Company, merchants have plied the shipping routes of the Indian Ocean. Portuguese and Dutch, British and Arab traders sought to make their fortune from the lucrative export of silks and opium from the Mughal Empire, and ivory and spices from Africa. Today it is the lure of adventure that draws us to these shores.

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Go off-roading in 4x4 vehicles

Discover the surprising history and spices Zanzibar has to offer

Identify pelicans, flamingos, herons, kingfishers, waders, cormorants, sandpipers, plovers and many rare endemic birds including the endangered Damara Tern

Contemplate the solemn history of slave trade sites

Photograph lemurs in Madagascar

Visit a stilt village, a local school, and see how cocoa transforms into chocolate

Swim and snorkel in the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean

See a variety of primate species including Ellioti chimpanzee, Drill monkey, Western Lowland and Cross River gorillas

Watch for giant tortoises, dolphins and whales

Visit Aldabra, the “last unprofaned sanctuary on this planet” (Jacques Cousteau)

See leopards and Sri Lankan elephants at the Yala National Park

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Stunning safari getaway Ngala Game Reserve shares an unfenced boundary with the world renowned Kruger National Park, South Africa’s largest wildlife sanctuary and one of the biggest game reserves in the world. Discover the call of the wild in these three - or four night pre and post cruise extensions.

Resting at the foot of the Warmwaterberg Mountains in Western Cape, Sanbona Wildlife Reserve pays homage to the San people who trekked this earth in the heart of South Africa’s Little Karoo. Three nights at the 5-star Dwyka Tented Camp allow you to see lions, elephants, leopards, buffalos, white rhinos, brown hyenas, black-backed jackals, cheetahs, hippopotami, giraffes, springboks, zebras, elands and many more.

Visits to several of the most important highlights of any visit to Sri Lanka await you. UNESCO has designated a number of sites as World Heritage sites, and you will visit some of best. Stay in the utmost luxury while you search for leopards, Asian elephants and barking deer. Your visits to the Sigiriya with an archaeologist, and Nogombo with a well-known photographer will surely be memorable (four nights).

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com For more information, please call Silversea Reservations or visit www.silversea.com/expeditions

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Safi Agadir Arrecife Las Palmas

ASIA

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AFRICA

Dakar Banjul Freetown

Silver Explorer

Cochin

Tema Lomé

Cotonou Abidjan Limbe Takoradi Kribi Bom Bom Island São Tomé Pointe Noire

ATL ANTIC OCEAN

Luanda Lobito Namibe Walvis Bay Luderitz

Uligamu Island Hanifaru Bay

Vilanjam

Colombo

Olhugiri Maalhaveli Hithadhoo

Malé Curiesue Aride Island Mahé Praslin La Digue Zanzibar Dar es Salaam Desroches St. Joseph Atoll Kilwa Kisiwani Assumption Ibo Island Aldabra Mozambique Nosy Hara Mamoudzou Maroantsetra Ampangorinana Nosy Mangabe Nosy Be / Komba Tampolo Toamasina

Port Louis La Possession

INDIAN OCEAN

Silver Discoverer

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01 Boulders Beach, Cape Town 02 Local Children in Ganvie 03 Aldabra Giant Tortoise 04 St. Joseph atoll, Seychelles 05 Black and white fronted lemur, Madagascar

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ANTARCTICA Photography expedition

Ornithology expedition

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. All while enjoying the distinctive, all-inclusive lifestyle that discerning travellers prefer. And that is ours alone. 01

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MEET YOUR WILDLIFE

Marvel at spectacular iceberg sculptures and calving glaciers

Set foot on the continent of Antarctica

Visit historic sites of the early explorers and the remains of whaling operations

Trek across rolling moorland where colonies of Blackbrowed Albatrosses nest side-by-side with feisty Rockhopper Penguins

Witness the stark raw beauty and staggering wildlife of Antarctica and the Sub-Antarctic islands

Watch for whales including humpback, minke, orca, pilot and beaked

Identify seabirds including albatross, shearwaters and petrels

Follow in the footsteps of the great Antarctic explorers: de Gerlache, Shackleton, Stromness and Weddell

Encounter Rockhopper, Gentoo, Macaroni, King, Adelie, Magellanic and Chinstrap Penguins

Watch for seals and dolphins

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Spectacular Iguassù Falls lies in the midst of a natural wonderland of subtropical rainforest. Some 275 waterfalls plummet across a bluff in a thunderous roar, while iridescent rainbows and butterflies hover in the mist (three nights).

Discover one of the most unspoilt and remote places in South America, acknowledged by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve. Large parts of Chile boast great mountain scenery, but none is more spectacular than Torres del Paine National Park (four nights).

Unlock the mysteries of Easter Island and its massive monolithic moai. Explore all the major sites from the ceremonial village of Orongo to the temple of Vinapu and Anakena Beach (four nights).

Spend two nights at the historic Posada Salentein in the heart of Argentina’s wine region. In addition to Merlot and Pinot Noir, the region is notable for its Malbecs. Enjoy tastings at awardwinning wineries. AFRICA

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com For more information, please call Silversea Reservations or visit www.silversea.com/expeditions

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SOUTH AMERICA Silver Cloud Expeditions

Niebla PACIFIC OCEAN

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Castro New Island

Puerto Chacabuco Pio XI Glacier

West Point Island

Punta Arenas

Stanley

Silver Explorer

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Ushuaia 01 Zodiac ® Ice Cruising, Antarctica

Elephant Island SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

02 Iceberg, Niko Harbour 03 Silver Explorer, Lemaire Passage, Antarctica 04 Hiking excursion, Antarctica

Antarctic Peninsula

05 King Penguin, St Andrew’s Bay, South Georgia

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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.

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Cruise amidst pristine landscapes of rugged mountains, glaciers, icebergs and deep into fjords

Search for polar bear, walrus, reindeer, Arctic fox, Bearded seal

Crunch through pack ice and trek across tundra

Soak in steaming springs, watching icebergs float by

Observe seabirds such as auks, puffins, fulmars, eiders, terns and skuas

Learn of Greenland’s native Inuit

Watch for whales including minke, beluga and narwhals

Visit the world’s fastest moving glacier

Explore sites of the Franklin Expedition

See thousands of seabirds diving into and out of the island’s steep cliffs

Visit Svalbard, only 600 miles from the North Pole

Trek along the tundra to see caribou, musk-ox and reindeer

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Explore the UNESCO World Heritage site of Thingvellir National Park, the majestic Gullfoss waterfall and the geothermal phenomena at Geysir. Relax in the famed Blue Lagoon — a natural geothermal spa located in the middle of a blue lava field (three nights).

Fringed by a narrow beach, windswept and barren, Beechey Island is associated with the tragic Franklin Expedition looking for the Northwest Passage. Three graves of members of the expedition as well as a cairn and some small buildings were found here during the search for the survivors of the expedition. Parts of Northumberland House, a supply depot and emergency shelter dating back to the 1850s and the Belcher Expedition, can still be seen on the island today.

Bear Island, now a nature reserve, is home to thousands of seabirds diving into and out of the island’s steep cliffs. With our Zodiac® we’ll explore the rugged coastline and if weather conditions are favourable, make a landing.

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com For more information, please call Silversea Reservations or visit www.silversea.com/expeditions

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GREENLAND

Longyearbyen

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Upernavik Beechey Island Prince Leopold Island

Navy Board Inlet

Bear Island Pond Inlet Scoresby Sund Uumannaq Skarsvag Milne Inlet Gjesværstappan Qilaqitsoq Gibbs Fjord Sem Islands Saqqaq Kirkenes Eqip Sermia Glacier Sam Ford Fjord Ittoqqortoormiit Tromsø Shoyna Village Isabella Bay Qeqertarsuaq Illulissat Kangaamiut Kangerlussuaq Murmansk Cape Dyer Sissimiut Kanin Peninsula Evighedsfjord Cumberland Peninsula Chapoma Village Morzhovets Island Baffin Island Skjoldungen Fjord Maniitsoq Nuuk Zayatski Island Reykjavik Iqaluit Pyalitsa Village Itilleq Brattahlid Monumental Island Solovetsky Hvalsey Archangel Resolution Island Prince Christian Sund Lady Lower Savage Islands Aappilattoq Franklin Akpatok Island Nanortalik Island Island Kangiqsualujjuaq Qaqortoq Uunartoq

CANADA

L’Anse Aux Meadows

Red Bay

St. Johns

Fogo Island

01 Puffins sitting on a rock, Aappilattoq 02 Sissimiut, Greenland 03 Zodiac ® Excursion, Bear Island

NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN

04 Walrus, Arctic Circle 05 Polar Bear, Svalbard Archipelago

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ASIA Photography expedition

Diving expedition

Wellness expedition

There are still lands out there where few have ever set foot. Deserted islands untouched by time or tourists. Vast yet fragile rainforests that Nature still claims as her own. From coral wonders to tribal ceremonies, from endemic wildlife to colonial legacies, from Koror to Kawthaung — these expeditions venture to a spectacular diversity of cultures and landscapes. Look closer, delve deeper. Meet the Asmat people of Papua. Dive into the underwater gardens of the Coral Triangle. Experience the elixir of the unknown. 01

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MEET YOUR WILDLIFE

Witness the spectacular biodiversity of Raja Ampat’s reefs and islands

Look for the White-bellied Sea Eagle, Osprey, Brahminy Kite and many other birds

Discover ancient and mysterious Papuan rock art

Marvel at spectacular historical constructions

Contemplate the solemn memorials of Hiroshima

Cruise along narrow waterways lined with the entwined branches of thick mangrove forests. Watch for parrots, lorikeets and other birds including the spectacular Bird of Paradise.

Visit two of the “Three Famous Gardens” of Japan

See how international cooperation has brought the Crested Ibises back from the brink of extinction

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Join a member of our Expedition Team as you travel to legendary Kathmandu. Rich in history and culture, it’s the ideal launching point for your journey on the trail of the elusive Bengal Tiger. Explore the jungle first from the back of an elephant. Further exploration is done in the company of a local naturalist (six nights).

Immerse yourself in the great natural wilderness of Hokkaido. Trek in Kushiro Marshland National Park. Two thousand spectacular varieties of animals and plants thrive here in Japan’s largest marshland, which supports the only population of endangered Japanese Cranes in Japan (three nights).

Wing your way over the Himalayas to Bhutan where centuries of architecture, culture and religion await. Visit the capital city of Thimphu and enjoy a private lecture by a Buddhist scholar to introduce you to the essential tenets of Buddhism. Climb the side of a cliff 3000 meters above sea level to gain access to the monastery known as the ‘Tiger’s Nest’ (four nights).

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com For more information, please call Silversea Reservations or visit www.silversea.com/expeditions

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Miyake-jima Hachijo

ASIA

Tori-shima Chichi-jima Yangon Kyunn Mee Gee

Henry Lawrence Island Inglis Island

Silver Discoverer

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PACIFIC OCEAN

Maug Island

Kyunn Tann Shey

Pagan

Kyunn Phi Lar

Frost Island

Ngerekebesang Island Colonia

Saipan Port Blair Ross Kawthaung Ulithi Atoll South Cinque Island Island Pulau Wayag Hastings Island Phuket Koror Sabang Galle Bawal Sonsorol Island Wofoh Island Banda Aceh Island Teluk Alyui Pulau Ayu Tioman Island Alyui Bay Belawan Maldives Kirinda Sorong Palopo Singapore MacCluer Gulf Balikpapan Misool Den Weg Islands Island Kumai Badas Islands Agats Kabaena Pare Pare Sumenep INDIAN OCEAN Pasuraun Thursday Island Victoria Settlement Kalabahi Little Boydong Reef Tanjung Wangi Wurrumiyanga Galwin'ku Lizard Island Darwin Ribbon Reefs Bathurst Island Seven Spirit Bay Cairns

AUSTRALIA

01 Adachi Museum, Matsue 02 Leopard, Yala National Park, Sri Lanka 03 Podda river sunset, Bangladesh 04 Harlequin shrimp, Phuket 05 Orangutan, Borneo, Indonesia

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AUSTRALIA & THE KIMBERLEY 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.

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Witness the spectacular tidal change at Montgomery Reef

View King George’s towering twin falls

Look for the White-bellied Sea Eagle, Osprey, Brahminy Kite and Peregrine Falcon

Discover The Kimberley’s ancient and mysterious rock art

See landscapes as varied as lagoons, coral reefs, forests, waterfalls, and more

Cruise through the extensive mangrove on the Hunter River and watch for numerous bird species

Seek out saltwater crocodiles and giant raptors

Enjoy discovering local cultures and learning about their crafts and customs

Celebrate a myriad of rare animals, such as the short-eared rock wallaby, the Comb-crested Jacana, and Roseate Terns

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Embrace the spectacular natural beauty, history and landmarks of Australia during this unforgettable expedition to Darwin. Discover the magic centre of the country from the comfort of the luxury tented camp. Kakadu is a biological wonderland, teeming with mammal, reptile, bird and insect life (five or six nights).

Margaret River has forged a reputation for making wines of balance and subtlety. Whether it’s due mainly to the climate and soils here, or whether it is down to the region’s isolation is a topic of some debate. As in much else, when it comes to winemaking, Margaret River and Western Australia march to a slightly different beat. Discover why they have forged a reputation for making wines of outstanding quality during this five night pre-cruise.

Contemplate the beauty of Ayers Rock and watch the ever-changing colours as the sun rises and sets over it. Stay at the Longitude 131° luxury wilderness camp. Explore the Great Barrier Reef aboard a luxury sailing catamaran.

ASIA

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Watubela Archipelago Triton Bay Silver Discoverer

Palau Ai Kalabahi

Banda Neira Agats Bali Jaco Island Thursday Island Kodi Savu Little Boydong Reef Darwin Wyndham Lizard Island Cruise Kimberley Coast Cairns Broome

Apr - May & Nov

6 Expeditions INTERNATIONAL DATE LINE

AUSTRALIA 01 Crocodile Creek, Yampi Sound, The K imberley 02 Mitchell Falls, The Kimberley 03 Zodiac ® Excursion, The Kimberley 04 Short-eared Rock Wallaby, The Kimberley

INDIAN OCEAN

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GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS Ornithology expedition

Itinerary from January 1 – March 25, 2017 El Barranco Bahia Darwin Seymour Norte Punta Carrion Baltra Plazas Sur

Rábida Bahia Ballena

Punta Pitt Punta Suarez

Bahia Gardner

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Punta Vicente Roca Caleta Tagus Playa Espumilla

PRE AND POST CRUISE LAND ADVENTURES

Bartolome Baltra Punta Espinoza

Bahia Elizabeth Estacion Darwin Punta Cormorant

Estacion Darwin & Puerto Ayora Galapaguera Cerro Colorado

Los Gemelos Wizard Hill

Set high in the Peruvian Andes amidst craggy peaks and billowing clouds, Machu Picchu 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 or three nights).

Travel in all-suite luxury aboard M/V Aria, dining on perhaps the finest Amazonian-Peruvian gourmet cuisine on the river. Learn about the amazing ecosystem of Peru’s Amazon Basin from expert naturalists as you cruise for six nights through wild lands of unsurpassed beauty.

Galapaguera

Islote Champion Post Office

Itinerary beginning March 25, 2017 Bahia Darwin & El Barranco Daphne Bahia Sullivan Rábida El Eden

Seymour Norte Baltra Plazas Sur Punta Pitt Galapaguera Cerro Colorado

Puerto Ayora & Estacion Darwin Punta Suarez

San Cristobal (Puerto Baquerizo Moreno) Bahia Gardner

Punta Vicente Roca Caleta Tagus Playa Espumilla Bartolome Baltra Cerro Dragon

Punta Espinoza Bahia Elizabeth

Punta Cormorant

Las Bachas Los Gemelos Kicker Rock

San Cristobal (Puerto Baquerizo Moreno)

Post Office Islote Champion Estacion Darwin & Puerto Ayora

NORTH CENTRAL ITINERARIES

WESTERN ITINERARIES

• Observe sea lion families and the famed giant tortoises

• Swim with green sea turtles, sea lions and manta rays

• Admire Red-footed, Blue-footed and Nazca Boobies on one island (Genovesa)

• Encounter the largest colony of Marine iguanas

• Find corals and bones on raised North Seymour Island • Explore natural underground lava tunnels and hike across lava flows • Climb Prince Philip’s Steps through a thriving seabird colony

• Watch for a unique species of Flightless Cormorant • Visit one of the most volcanically active places on Earth • Observe giant tortoises and sea lion colonies • Snorkel with penguins

• See the Waved Albatross (in season – April to December)

Silver Galapagos

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Frigatebird, North Seymour Island


YOUR ALL-INCLUSIVE 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 seven-day voyage aboard the awardwinning Silver Galapagos, fares also include flights to and from the mainland to the Islands, transfers, pre- and postcruise hotel stays and even immigration processing and park entrance fees.

Snorkel with penguins, swim with green sea turtles, hike along lava fields and back to the beginning of time. Experience the “Enchanted Isles”from the all-suite comfort of Silver Galapagos. 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.

Blue-footed Booby

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 10 pm)

• 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

Galápagos sea lion, San Cristóbal Island

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MICRONESIA & MELANESIA Diving expedition

Wellness expedition

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. Papua 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.”

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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

Observe indigenous flora and fauna that includes extraordinary marine life, flying foxes and the elusive Bird of Paradise

Enjoy discovering local tribes and learning about their crafts and customs

Discover multicoloured reef-fish, sea cucumbers, rays and sea turtles

Identify rare wildlife including the endangered sea cow and sea turtles

Find exquisite landscapes, lush vegetation, nesting beaches and natural aquariums at every turn

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DISCOVER MORE ON SHORE PRE AND POST CRUISE LAND ADVENTURES Immerse yourself into the natural wonders of Hokkaido, northernmost Island of Japan. Known for its place of pristine wilderness, the clear lakes, gentle hills, vast marshland, dense forests and hotsprings will show you an unexpected side to this fascinating country (two nights).

With over 1,000 islands in the Solomon Sea, discover a hypnotic taste of some of the sights, dances and traditions of lesser-known Melanesia from your base in Port Vila. Participate in cultural village tours to meet the locals and experience indigenous lifestyles and customs through storytelling, music, dance, kava-tasting, and a traditional Melanesian feast.

Overnight at a 4.5- or 5-star hotel before or after your cruise. Includes one night standard room accommodation and breakfast. Transfers, additional nights and upgrades available.

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com For more information, please call Silversea Reservations or visit www.silversea.com/expeditions

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Miyake-jima Hachijo

ASIA

Tori-shima Chichi-jima Yangon Kyunn Mee Gee

Henry Lawrence Island Inglis Island

PACIFIC OCEAN

Maug Island

Kyunn Tann Shey

Silver Discoverer

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May - Jun & Oct

Pagan

Kyunn Phi Lar Ngerekebesang Island Colonia

Frost Island Saipan Port Blair Ross Kawthaung South Cinque Island Island Ulithi Atoll Pulau Wayag Hastings Island Phuket Koror Sabang Galle Sonsorol Island Banda Aceh Wofoh Island Bawal Island Teluk Alyui Belawan Kirinda Pulau Ayu Tioman Island Alyui Bay Singapore Maldives Sorong Misool Island Balikpapan MacCluer Gulf Badas Islands Den Weg Islands Palopo Kumai Agats Pare Pare Kabaena Sumenep INDIAN OCEAN Pasuraun Dobu Island Kalabahi Tanjung Wangi Victoria Settlement Thursday Island Wurrumiyanga Galwin'ku Little Boydong Reef Bathurst Island Darwin Lizard Island Ribbon Reefs Seven Spirit Bay Cairns

AUSTRALIA

01 Meeting the villagers, Solomon Islands 02 Silver Discoverer, Dobu Island, Papua New Guinea 03 Yoga on Mbike Island, Solomon Islands, Melanesia 04 Canoe Warrior Performance, Syuru 05 Baining Fire Dance

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NORTHERN EUROPE & THE BRITISH ISLES Culinary expedition

Ornithology expedition

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.

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EXPEDITION HIGHLIGHTS

MEET YOUR WILDLIFE

Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites

Savour France’s Bordeaux wine region

Explore the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao

Visit Cíes Islands — a true natural paradise of exceptional ecological interest. Once well known as a hideout for pirates, the area is now a nature reserve and home to over 15,000 nesting seabirds

Wander amidst beautiful subtropical gardens in the Channel Islands

Visit ancient and historic religious sites and churches

Exploring via Zodiac®, your Expedition staff will point out gannets, puffins, guillemots, shags, kittiwakes, razorbills, fulmars and great skuas

Experience the Giant’s Causeway

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Explore the Victorian Muckross House and the gardens at Powerscourt Demesne. Stay at the exquisite Relais & Châteaux® Sheen Falls Lodge, Marlfield House or The Merrion, one of Dublin’s most luxurious hotels (four nights).

Revel in the pastoral tranquility of a unique hotel — a refined retreat with more than a few surprises. Set in 240 acres of picturesque parkland on the borders of Windsor Great Park, Coworth Park blends the warmth and comfort of a traditional country house hotel with an eccentric spirit that is undeniably English and irrefutably modern (two nights).

Prolong your voyage with a night in Iceland’s coastal capital, Reykjavik. The cosmpolitan city is backed by stunning snow topped mountains, and loaded with excellent museums and funky bars and cafes, so do not be surprised if you find yourself falling in love with this tiny city.

Extend your Silversea holiday with a stay at a landmark hotel or boutique property. Includes full breakfast and private transfer from airport to hotel. Additional nights and upgrades available upon request.

NORWEGIAN SEA

Vigurr Island Is Grimsey rimse Isafjordurr Akurey Akureyri Latrabjarg Cliffs Flatey Island Flate Djupivogur

Silver Explorer

Reykjavik Mykines

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T rshavn Tó

Lerwick

Noss

Kirkwall Cruise by Stac an Armin St. Kilda Armadale

Church Bay ayy

Expeditions May - June

BALTIC SEA

Isle of Rum Aberdeen Isle off May Le Leith Cruise Bass Rock Portrush Por NORTH SEA

Douglas Dou Dublin Wate aterford Skomer omer Is Island

Pembroke Pem Portsmouth Portsm Honfleur

Tresco St. Peter Port

Caen

01 Châteaux Pichon Baron, Bordeaux

EUROPE

Saint-Malo

02 Mont St. Michel, Normandy, France

NORTH ATL ANTIC OCEAN

Bordeaux

Cies Islands

Vigo Oporto

03 Lofoten, Norway 04 Men in traditional kilts, Scotland

Bilbao

05 Atlantic puffin, Lunga, Scotland

Lisbon

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ORTH MERICA


RUSSIAN FAR EAST & ALASKA Photography expedition

Ornithology expedition

This is one of the world’s great journeys, an expedition that beckons nature lovers, history buffs and the intrepid explorer within. Discover the Russian Far East, a geothermal hot spot and one of the most biologically rich parts of the planet. Marvel at spectacular natural landscapes, pristine tundra and massive volcanoes while cruising the coast for brown bears and western grey whales.

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EXPEDITION HIGHLIGHTS

MEET YOUR WILDLIFE

Cruise along a chain of volcanic islands, sighting hot springs, volcanoes and geysers

Seek out waders such as the Red-necked Stint and Pacific Golden Plover

Hike through wetlands and tundra carpeted with wild flowers

Cruise by Zodiac to remote islands, home to thousands of birds and herds of sea lions

Look for Horned Puffins, Northern Fulmars and jaegers, and over a million murres

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

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Travel along the historic routes of explorers and traders

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Experience the glory of the Alaskan wilderness at one of the State’s premier and most remote wilderness lodges. Arrive by floatplane for two days of wildlife viewing, gourmet meals, outstanding services and options like helicopter glacier trekking, sport fishing and cooking classes in the kitchen of an award-winning chef (two nights).

Explore Denali National Park from an eagle’s perspective; ride the rails with Deluxe Dome Railcar service and participate in a guided Tundra Wilderness Tour. Enjoy the verdant scenery of South Central Alaska as it stretches out before you (four nights).

Head for a prime grizzly habitat on a fifty-minute float plane ride, with scenic views of Cook Inlet along the way. Aboard a boat, head for an area of the lake where bears are known to fish, for a close up of these magnificent creatures. Lunch at the rustic Redoubt Bay Lodge is included (two nights).

Extend your Silversea holiday with a stay at a landmark hotel or boutique property. Includes full breakfast and private transfer from airport to hotel. Additional nights and upgrades available upon request.

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Enmelen & Rudera Cape

SIBERIA Anadyr

RUSSIA Lavrova Bay/Tintikyn Lagoon Talan Island

Anastasiya Bay

Tymlat Village Zaviyalova

Provideniya

Silver Discoverer

Nome

ALASKA

3

Expeditions June - Aug

Hall Island

Seward

St. Matthew Island Geographic Harbor Kukak Bay BERING Kvachina River Fedora Bay Castle Bay Uyak Bay Iony Island Utkholok Peninsula SEA Semidi Islands St. Paul Island Malminsky Island SEA OF Chignik Nikolskoye Shantar Islands OKHOTSK Zupanova Unga Village Bogoslov Island River Attu Island Piltoon Lagoon Dutch Harbor Petropavlovsk Pyotr Bay Atlasova Island Utashud Island Kiska Harbor Chagulak Island Shumshu Island Seguam Island Makanrushi Island Tyuleniy Island Okhotsk City

Korsakov

Otaru Hakodate

Yuzhnaya Glubokaya

Lovyshki Islands Matua Island Yankicha Island Chirpoy Island

Atka Island

01 Bald Eagle NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN

02 Humpback whale, Atlasova Island 03 Totem pole, Haida Gwaii 04 Koryak Culture, Kamchatka 05 Brown bear, Zavyalov Island

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SOUTH AMERICA Imagine hiking through a cloud forest where charms of hummingbirds glitter peacefully, immersing yourself in the customs of local communities, 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 South America — both the natural and the man-made.

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EXPEDITION HIGHLIGHTS

MEET YOUR WILDLIFE

Transit the Panama Canal during daytime

Learn of southern Chile’s native Mapuche, Spanish settlers and German immigrants

See the largest Magnificent Frigatebird colony in the South Pacific

Discover Colombia’s Pacific coast — visit Utria National Natural Park

Walk along tropical rainforest paths in search of rare birds and tree sloths

Take a local canoe or Zodiac into the Darien Jungle to meet a remote Embera village community

Get close to Snow-bellied Hummingbirds and blackheaded spider monkey

Encounter Gentoo, Chinstrap and Adelie Penguins

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Trek through a tropical rainforest in search of tree sloths

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Pygmy marmosets, howler monkeys, toucans — 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 on this six-night post cruise experience.

Enjoy a journey to Machu Picchu aboard the legendary Hiram Bingham, one of the top 10 rail journeys in the world. Stay for one night 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.

Travel along the famed Avenue of the Volcanoes to Cotopaxi National Park and the heartland of Ecuador. Take a thrilling ride on the train called the Devil’s Nose — a series of steep switchbacks that descend nearly 500 metres in 12 kilometres. Visit Cuenca, one of the most beautiful cities in Ecuador (five nights).

Additional Pre- and Post-Cruise Land Adventures can be found on our website at www.silversea.com For more information, please call Silversea Reservations or visit www.silversea.com/expeditions

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Panama Canal Transit Colon Darien Jungle Bahia Solano Utria Natonal Park Isla de la Plata Guayaquil Lobos de Tierra Island Machala Salaverry Islas Guañape Callao Paracas SOUTH Matarani Arica AMERICA Antofagasta Isla Pan de Azúcar Coquimbo Isla Chañaral Valparaíso PACIFIC OCEAN

Niebla Puerto Montt

Castro Cruise English Narrows Cruise White Narrows

Silver Explorer

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ATLANTIC OCEAN

01 Humpback Whales, West Coast of South America 02 Pio XI Glacier, Chilean Fjords

Cruising Pio XI Glacier Puerto Natales Punta Arenas

Garibaldi Fjord & Glacier

Expeditions Oct - Nov

03 South American Pelican, Peru

Ushuaia

04  Silver Explorer 05 Blue footed Booby, Guayaquil, Equador

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SILVER EXPLORER SHIP SPECIFICATION Lloyd’s Register Ice-class Rating 1A Crew 117 Guests 130 Tonnage 6,072 Length 354 FT / 107.9 M Width 52 FT / 15.8 M Speed 14 Knots Refurbished 2009

07 06 05 04 03

700 E 701 Observation Lounge

E

The Theatre

507

505

422

420

418

416

414

412

410

408

427

425

423

421

419

417

415

413

The Bridge

504

509

501

506

511

500

508

503

510

513

502

512

E E

05

Library/ Internet Café

Lobby / Reception Medical Centre Changing Room

Connoisseur’s Corner

Panorama Lounge

DECK 03

E

06

The Spa

The Restaurant Boutique Fitness Centre Beauty Salon Launderette

Whirlpool

DECK 04

Outdoor Grill

Whirlpool

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

703

07

DECK 05

702

Observation Lounge The Theatre The Spa Outdoor Grill Whirlpools

705

DECK 06

704

Viewing Deck

Zodiacs

Viewing Deck

DECK 07

SUITE CATEGORIES

402

404

406

E E

Fitness Centre

310

308

315

313

311

309

305

312

317

307

314

319

304

316

321

E

318

306

320

323

E

303

Reception Lobby

Changing Room

322

Medical Centre

03

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403

405

407

409

Boutique

411

04

Beauty Salon

Launderette

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

The Restaurant


OWNER’S SUITE

GRAND SUITE

Owner’s Suites can accommodate three guests.

Grand Suites can accommodate three guests.

728 SQ FT / 67 M2 INCLUDING PRIVATE BALCONY (158 SQ FT / 15 M2)

618 SQ FT / 57 M2 INCLUDING PRIVATE BALCONY (86 SQ FT / 8 M2)

∙∙Teak style balcony with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Living room with sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom, with full-sized bath and separate shower ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Two flat screen televisions with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Laundry service ∙∙Dry cleaning and pressing ∙∙Illy® espresso machine ∙∙Afternoon canapés upon request ∙∙Dinner at officer’s table ∙∙Four hours of Internet service per suite, per voyage segment

∙∙Teak style balcony with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Living room with sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with full-sized bath and separate shower ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Two flat screen televisions with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Laundry service ∙∙Dry cleaning and pressing ∙∙Illy espresso machine ∙∙Afternoon canapés upon request ∙∙Dinner at officer’s table ∙∙Four hours of Internet service per suite, per voyage segment

MEDALLION SUITE

SILVER SUITE EXPEDITION SUITE

400 SQ FT / 37 M2 INCLUDING PRIVATE BALCONY (86 SQ FT / 8 M2)

Silver Suites accommodate three guests.

∙∙Teak style balcony with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with full-sized bath and separate shower ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Hair dryer ∙∙Personal safe ∙∙Flat screen television with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Laundry service ∙∙Afternoon canapés upon request ∙∙Dinner at officer’s table

SILVER SUITE: 422 SQ FT / 39 M2 INCL. 2 FRENCH BALCONIES (30 SQ FT / 3 M2) EXPEDITION SUITE: 388-397 SQ FT / 36-37 M2 WITH 2 VIEW WINDOWS OR 2 PICTURE WINDOWS

∙∙Two French balconies with floor-to-ceiling glass doors (Silver Suite) ∙∙Two view windows (Expedition Suite, Deck 3) ∙∙Two large picture windows (Expedition Suite, Deck 4) ∙∙Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with full-sized bath and separate shower ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Two flat screen televisions with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Laundry service ∙∙Afternoon canapés upon request (Silver Suite) ∙∙Dinner at officer’s table (Silver Suite)

AMENITIES & FEATURES FOR ALL SUITES

VERANDA SUITE VISTA SUITE

VIEW SUITES

EXPLORER SUITE ADVENTURER SUITE

VERANDA SUITE: 206-216 SQ FT / 19-20 M2 INCL. FRENCH BALCONY (16 SQ FT / 1.5 M2)

VIEW SUITE: 192 SQ FT / 18 M2 WITH VIEW WINDOW

EXPLORER SUITE: 175-190 SQ FT / 16-18 M2 WITH VIEW WINDOW

VISTA SUITE: 192 SQ FT / 18 M2 WITH LARGE PICTURE WINDOW

∙∙French balcony with floor-to-ceiling glass doors (Veranda Suite) ∙∙Large picture window providing panoramic ocean views (Vista Suite) ∙∙View window (View Suite) ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed (Veranda Suites 512 and 513 have a fixed queensized bed) ∙∙Triple capacity that can accommodate young children on sofa bed (View Suites 310, 311, 312, 313) ∙∙WiFi available (fees apply)

∙∙Marbled bathroom with tub/shower combination ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Hair dryer ∙∙Personal safe ∙∙Flat screen television with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming

ADVENTURER SUITE: 157-167 SQ FT / 14-15 M2 WITH 2 PORTHOLES

∙∙View window (Explorer Suite) ∙∙Two portholes (Adventurer Suite) ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with tub/shower combination ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Hair dryer ∙∙Personal safe ∙∙Flat screen television with interactive video, on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming

∙∙Butler service ∙∙Champagne upon request ∙∙Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences ∙∙Fine Pratesi® bed linens and down duvets ∙∙Premium mattresses ∙∙A choice of nine pillow types ∙∙iPod® docking station ∙∙Plush robes and slippers ∙∙Personalised stationery ∙∙Umbrella ∙∙Daily suite service with nightly turndown ∙∙Complimentary WiFi Internet access ∙∙Complimentary Interactive mobile content

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

07 06 05 04 03

DECK 07 Beauty Salon Massage Room Fitness Centre Sun deck

Massage Room

07

Zodiacs

Sun Deck

DECK 06

E E

Fitness Centre

Beauty Salon

The Bridge

DECK 05 Pool The Grill The Discoverer Lounge The Bridge

605

610

603

607

606

608

604

Promenade

516

514

512

510

508

506

E

504

E 503

505

507

509

511

513

515

402

404

406

408

410

412

414

416

401

403

405

407

409

411

413

415

501

Pool Grill

05

502

The Discoverer Lounge

Bar

Pool

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

601

06

SUITE CATEGORIES

602

The Restaurant Medical Centre

E

653

DECK 03

651

The Explorer Lounge Lobby/Reception

652

650

DECK 04

Promenade

422

424

426

421

423

425

420

418

Lobby

Zodiacs

The Explorer Lounge

E

Reception

04

306

308

301

303

305

307

Medical Centre

304

309

302

The Restaurant

03

E

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MEDALLION SUITE 408 SQ FT / 38 M2 INCLUDING A PRIVATE BALCONY (27 SQ FT / 2.5 M2)

∙∙Teak style balcony with floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Living room with sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed, with storage drawers ∙∙Marbled bathroom with walk-in shower ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Laundry service ∙∙Two flat screen televisions with on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Radio/Alarm with iPod® docking station

VERANDA SUITE

VISTA SUITE

Veranda Suites can accommodate up to three guests.

269 SQ FT / 25 M2 WITH 2 VIEW WINDOWS

280 SQ FT / 26 M2 INCLUDING A PRIVATE BALCONY (35.5 SQ FT / 3.2 M2)

∙∙Teak style balcony with floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area with convertible sofa that can accommodate an additional guestup to the age of 14 years old. (Veranda Suites 601, 602, 603, 604 only) ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed, with storage drawers ∙∙Marbled bathroom with walk-in shower ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Flat screen television with on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Radio/Alarm with iPod® docking station

∙∙Two large view windows ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed, with storage drawers ∙∙Marbled bathroom with walk-in shower ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Flat screen television with on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Radio/Alarm with iPod® docking station

AMENITIES & FEATURES FOR ALL SUITES

VIEW SUITE

EXPLORER SUITES

181 SQ FT / 16.8 M2 WITH VIEW WINDOW

186 SQ FT / 17.3 M2 WITH 2 PORTHOLES

∙∙View window ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed, with storage drawers ∙∙Marbled bathroom with walk-in shower ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Hair dryer ∙∙Wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Flat screen television with on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Radio/Alarm with iPod® docking station

∙∙Two portholes ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed, with storage drawers ∙∙Marbled bathroom with walk-in shower ∙∙Choice of bathroom amenities ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Hair dryer ∙∙Wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Flat screen television with on-demand movies and music, and satellite news programming ∙∙Radio/Alarm with iPod® docking station

∙∙Butler service ∙∙Champagne upon request ∙∙Refrigerator stocked with your preferences ∙∙Pratesi® fine bed linens and down duvet covers ∙∙Premium mattresses ∙∙Plush robes and slippers ∙∙Daily suite service with nightly turndown ∙∙Complimentary WiFi Internet access ∙∙Complimentary Interactive mobile content

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SILVER GALAPAGOS SHIP SPECIFICATION Crew 75 Guests 100 Tonnage 4,077 Length 289.24 FT / 88.16 M Width 50.20 FT / 15.3 M Speed 10/17 Knots Refurbished 2014

06 05 04 03 02

Pedicure

602

Massage Room

Beauty Salon Whirlpool

601

DECK 05

604

Beauty Salon Fitness Centre Jacuzzi Massage Room

603

DECK 06 E

Fitness Centre

06

The Grill

508

506

507

510

505

509

421

422

420

The Bridge

423

426

424

427

428

425

429

Promenade Deck

345

343

341

339

337

335

344

342

340

338

336

334

251

249

247

250

248

246

Library Reception

E

Zodiacs

Explorer Lounge

Snorkelling Equipment Area

The Restaurant

E

02

Medical Centre

252

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

03

430

E

04 Silver Suite Deluxe Veranda Suite Veranda Suite Terrace Suite Explorer Suite Connecting Suites 3rd Guest Capacity*

431

433

Piano Bar

The Restaurant Medical Centre

512

Promenade Deck

DECK 02

SUITE CATEGORIES

511

05

514

E

515

Library Explorer Lounge Reception / Expedition Desk Snorkelling Area

518

DECK 03

516

The Grill

Piano Bar

517

519

DECK 04

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SILVER SUITE

DELUXE VERANDA SUITE

VERANDA SUITE

TERRACE SUITE

Silver Suite can accommodate three guests.

Deluxe Veranda Suites 425 and 427 can accommodate up to three guests.

Veranda Suites 507, 508, 517 and 519 can accommodate up to three guests.

Terrace Suites 505 and 506 can accommodate up to three guests.

361 SQ FT / 34 M2 INCLUDING A PRIVATE BALCONY (74 SQ FT / 7 M2)

303 SQ FT / 28 M2 INCLUDING A PRIVATE BALCONY (68 SQ FT / 6 M2)

268 SQ FT / 25 M2 INCLUDING A PRIVATE BALCONY (53 SQ FT / 5 M2)

287 SQ FT / 26 M2

∙∙Teak style balcony with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area with convertible sofa to accomodate an additional guest ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with local toiletries ∙∙Large wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Mini-bar with local snacks and a range of soft and alcoholic drinks ∙∙Flat screen television ∙∙Sparkling wine served with Pacari® Ecuadorian organic chocolates and a bowl of fruit ∙∙Laundry service ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Radio alarm with iPod® docking station

∙∙Teak style balcony with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with local toiletries ∙∙Large wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Mini-bar with local snacks and a range of soft and alcoholic drinks ∙∙Flat screen television ∙∙Radio alarm with iPod® docking station

∙∙Teak style balcony with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with local toiletries ∙∙Large wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Mini-bar with local snacks and a range of soft and alcoholic drinks ∙∙Flat screen television ∙∙Radio alarm with iPod® docking station

∙∙Large picture window providing panoramic ocean views ∙∙Easy access to public observation area with patio furniture ∙∙Sitting area with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with local toiletries ∙∙Large wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Mini-bar with local snacks and a range of soft and alcoholic drinks ∙∙Flat screen television ∙∙Radio alarm with iPod® docking station

AMENITIES & FEATURES FOR ALL SUITES ∙∙Butler service ∙∙Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences ∙∙Pratesi® fine bed linens and down duvet covers ∙∙Premium mattresses ∙∙Robes and slippers ∙∙Binoculars ∙∙Beach towels ∙∙Complimentary WiFi Internet access ∙∙Complimentary Interactive mobile content

Deck 2 Diagram with Walk-in Closet s

EXPLORER SUITE Explorer Suites 336, 337, 338, 339, 340 and 341 can accommodate up to three guests. All suites on Deck 2 can accommodate up to 3 guests. DECKS 3 & 4: 250-235 SQ FT / 23-22 M2 WITH VIEW WINDOW DECK 2: 240 – 210 SQ. FT. / 22 – 20 M2 WITH THREE PORTHOLES

∙∙View window (Decks 3 and 4) ∙∙Three portholes (Deck 2) ∙∙Sitting area with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with local toiletries ∙∙Large wardrobe or walk-in closet (Deck 2) with personal safe ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Mini-bar with local snacks and a range of soft and alcoholic drinks ∙∙Flat screen television ∙∙Radio alarm with iPod® docking station

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SILVER CLOUD EXPEDITION from November 2017

SHIP SPECIFICATION Crew 204 Officers European Guests 200/260 Tonnage 16,800 Length 514.14 Feet/156.7 M Width 70.62 Feet/21.5 M Speed 18 Knots

09 08 07 06 05 04

DECK 09

Pool Pool Bar Hot Rocks* The Panorama Lounge The Connoisseur’s Corner

Observation Lounge

DECK 08

Zodiacs

Jogging Track

Observation Lounge Jogging Track

Open view to Swimming Pool

09

DECK 07 Pool Bar

Pool E E

Pool Grill

Lecture Theatre The Fitness Centre Reception/Guest Relations Expedition Desk

The Grill

DECK 06

E E Connoisseur’s Corner

Panorama Lounge

La Terrazza The Spa at Silversea Beauty Salon The Library

08

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E E The Spa Beauty Salon Sauna Sauna

729

Main Restaurant Le Champagne Launderette

726

La Terrazza

DECK 04

734

The Library E E

736

The Bar Boutique Casino

SUITE CATEGORIES 606

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Cruise Consultant

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Reception

Boutique 540

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Lobby 527

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The Bar

Deck plans are for illustration purposes only and may be subject to change. Suite diagrams shown are for illustration purposes only and may vary from actual square footage. Please refer to suite specifications for square footage. * Please note that Hot Rocks opening hours are subject to weather and destination conditions.

Expedition Desk

Lecture Theatre

Owner’s Suite Grand Suite Royal Suite Silver Suite Deluxe Veranda Suite Veranda Suite Vista Suite 6 Passenger Decks Connecting Suites 3rd Guest Capacity Bathtub/Shower Combination Bathtub & Separate Shower Handicap Suites 449, 451 Built . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1994 Registry . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bahamas Ice-class Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . 1C

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All renderings and deck plans are included for general reference only. Features, materials, finishes and layouts are subject to change and may be different than shown.


OWNER’S SUITE

GRAND SUITE

ROYAL SUITE

SILVER SUITE

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

Silver Suites accommodate three guests.

ONE BEDROOM: 587 SQ FT / 55 M incl. veranda (Veranda: 89 SQ FT / 8 M2)

ONE BEDROOM: 1,019 SQ FT / 95 M incl. veranda (Veranda: 145 SQ FT / 14 M2)

ONE BEDROOM: 736 SQ FT / 69 M incl. veranda (Veranda: 126 SQ FT / 12 M2)

TWO BEDROOM: 827 SQ FT / 77 M incl. veranda (Veranda: 89 SQ FT / 8 M2)

TWO BEDROOM: 1,314 SQ FT / 122 M incl. veranda (Veranda: 194 SQ FT / 18.5 M2)

TWO BEDROOM: 1,031 SQ FT / 96 M2 incl. veranda (Veranda: 175 SQ FT / 16.5 M2)

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; two-bedroom 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; two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with full-sized tub and separate shower; plus a powder room; two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with shower (no tub as indicated in diagram) ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙Flat screen television(s) with ∙∙satellite reception ∙∙Bang & Olufsen® audio system ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Direct-dial telephone(s) ∙∙Unlimited complimentary WiFi access

∙∙Two teak verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; two-bedroom has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with sitting area; two-bedroom has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed; two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with full-sized tub and separate shower; two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with shower (no tub as indicated in diagram) ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙Flat screen television(s) with satellite reception ∙∙Bang & Olufsen® audio system ∙∙Illy Espresso machine ∙∙Direct-dial telephone(s) ∙∙Unlimited complimentary WiFi access

∙∙Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; two-bedroom has additional veranda ∙∙Living room with sitting area; two-bedroom has additional sitting area ∙∙Separate dining area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed; two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with full-sized tub and separate shower; two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with shower (no tub as indicated in diagram) ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table(s) with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk(s) ∙∙Flat screen television(s) with satellite reception ∙∙Bang & Olufsen audio system ∙∙Illy Espresso machine ∙∙Direct-dial telephone(s) ∙∙Unlimited complimentary WiFi access

2

2

2

2

541 SQ FT / 50 M2 incl. veranda (Veranda: 92 SQ FT / 8 M2)

2

∙∙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 ∙∙Marbled bathroom with shower ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Flat screen television with satellite reception ∙∙Bang & Olufsen® audio system ∙∙Illy® Espresso machine ∙∙Direct-dial telephone ∙∙Unlimited complimentary WiFi access

ALL SUITES FEATURES Veranda/Deluxe - Veranda Suite Shower and tub

VERANDA/DELUXE VERANDA SUITE Some Veranda Suites accommodate three guests. The Midship Veranda Suite offers preferred central location with identical accommodation to a Veranda Suite.

295 SQ FT / 27 M2 incl. veranda (Veranda: 49 SQ FT / 4.5 M2)

∙∙Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with shower (some with tub/shower combination) ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Flat screen television with satellite reception ∙∙Direct-dial telephone ∙∙One hour complimentary WiFi access per guest/per day

VISTA SUITE Some Vista Suites accommodate three guests. 240 SQ FT / 22 M2

∙∙Large picture window providing panoramic ocean views ∙∙Sitting area ∙∙Twin beds or queen-sized bed ∙∙Marbled bathroom with shower (some with tub/shower combination) ∙∙Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe ∙∙Vanity table with hair dryer ∙∙Writing desk ∙∙Flat screen television with satellite reception ∙∙Direct-dial telephone ∙∙One hour complimentary WiFi access per guest/per day

Veranda/Deluxe - Veranda Suite Shower only

∙∙Butler service ∙∙Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences ∙∙European bath amenities ∙∙Pratesi® fine bed linens and down duvet covers ∙∙Premium mattresses ∙∙A choice of pillow ∙∙Plush robes and slippers ∙∙Personalised stationery ∙∙Binoculars ∙∙Umbrella ∙∙Complimentary WiFi Internet access ∙∙Complimentary Interactive mobile content

Vista Suite Shower and tub

Vista Suite Shower only

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GENERAL INFORMATION CLOTHING SUGGESTIONS

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

SHORE EXCURSIONS

Shipboard attire ranges from casual to formal. Casual resort wear is appropriate for daytime. Shoes should be flat or low-heeled for deck activities. Evening attire is casual, informal and formal. On casual evenings, open-neck shirts, trousers and casual wear are appropriate. On informal evenings, women usually wear dresses or trouser suits; men wear jackets (tie optional). Appropriate formal evening wear for women is an evening gown or cocktail dress; men wear tuxedos, dinner jackets or dark suits. On formal nights, guests dining in La Terrazza may wear casually elegant attire (dresses or trouser suits for women; jacket, tie optional for men). This option also applies to Seishin and Stars Supper Club on board Silver Spirit. Dining at The Grill is optional casual on all evenings. Following dinner, all guests are free to take advantage of any or all public spaces, however, a jacket is required. Sailings of nine days or less typically feature one formal night, while longer voyages usually have 2–3 formal nights. However on 7-day summer sailings, from June through August, in the Baltic, Mediterranean and Alaska, formal night is optional, only a jacket is required for men. Details will be provided in the Travel Journal in your final cruise documents.

You will find 110- and 220-volt electric currents on each ship. A hair dryer is provided in each suite. Irons are available in the launderette for your convenience.

Most shore excursions may be prebooked, please refer to our website for full details. Customised personal itineraries can be created by contacting the Silver Shore Concierge or your travel agent, at least two weeks prior to sailing, or on board. Port highlights and complete details about all shore excursion programmes are available at silversea. com. Land Adventures, which allow you to explore off the ship in greater detail must be purchased at least 90 days prior to sailing.

COMPLIMENTARY INTERACTIVE MOBILE CONTENT On all ships, Silversea provides, at no costs to guests, a selection of recently-released movies, TV shows and documentaries. This content can easily be streamed to guests’ Apple ® or android devices. In addition, guests can view newspapers from over 60 countries on a daily basis through the same devices. This service is available at no charge to guests through the ships’ wireless network. CREDIT CARDS & CURRENCY Any and all onboard payments to Silversea shall be made in US dollars. All charges for services provided and products purchased on board the ship must be paid for by cash (US dollars), traveller’s cheque (US dollars) or credit card (VISA®, MasterCard ® or American Express ®) at the end of each voyage segment and before your final disembarkation from the ship. A 2% transaction fee will be charged for all cash advances. Foreign transaction fees are possible. DIETARY REQUIREMENTS If you have special dietary requirements, we will make every attempt to accommodate your requests. Please advise us of your needs by registering online using MySilversea, beginning 120 days and up to 7 days prior to sailing. Alternatively, email us at SpecialServices@Silversea.com.

EMBARKATION / DISEMBARKATION Embarkation is between 1:00 pm and two hours prior to departure time. Please arrive at the ship during these times. Guests should vacate their suites by 8:30 am on disembarkation day. In the event the ship remains in port overnight, guests are required to check-in on the first day of their voyage before 8.00 pm. MEDICAL SERVICES Each of our vessels is equipped with a Medical Centre staffed by a doctor and nurse on 24-hour call when at sea. When docked, supplementary emergency care may also be obtained through local medical facilities. Guests may be charged for medical services and for medications used for their medical treatment. The Medical Centre is not intended or designed to provide ongoing treatment of pre-existing conditions or for extended critical care, and Silversea is not responsible for the diagnosis, treatment or services furnished by shipboard medical personnel. Guests requiring oxygen for medical reasons are welcome to bring an oxygen concentrator on board. Guests wishing to bring their own portable oxygen tanks must obtain written authorisation from our Special Services Department at SpecialServices@silversea.com, as restriction may apply. MINORS AND CHILDREN Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied, in the same or connecting suite, by a parent or other responsible adult over the age of 21 for the duration of the voyage and on all shore excursions and land programmes. If the adult accompanying the minor is not their parent, a parental consent guardianship form must be signed by a parent or legal guardian and received by Silversea prior to sailing. Please contact our Special Services Department at SpecialServices@Silversea.com for a Parental Consent Form. Silversea cannot accommodate infants under six months of age and reserves the right to limit the number of children under three years of age. Guests must be 21 years of age or older to purchase or consume alcohol. Children under the age of 8 years old are only permitted to participate in suitable Silver Shore Excursions / shuttle service if the vehicles are equipped with the correct safety harness and seating equipment. Child harnesses and secure seating cannot be guaranteed. Silversea reserves the right to refuse children under the age of 8 years old on any tour on the basis of safety. Guests may use their own approved safety seat, booster seat or harness provided they are compatible with the local touring vehicle and can properly secure the child.

SMOKING At Silversea, the comfort, enjoyment and safety of all guests is paramount. Most areas on board are non-smoking, and, as a safety precaution, smoking is not permitted in guest suites or guest suite verandas. However, cigarette, cigar, electronic cigarette and pipe smoking is permitted in the Connoisseur’s Corner and in specifically designated outside areas. WAITLIST Should the voyage of your choice be unavailable, you may ensure a position on a waitlist for that voyage by making a deposit of USD $250, or international currency equivalent, per guest, which will be applied toward your voyage deposit requirement and / or final payment should a suite become available. If a suite becomes available and you choose not to reserve, or should no suite become available, your deposit will be refunded. Voyage pricing for your reservation will be the fare in effect on the date your suite becomes available. WEBSITE Our website, silversea.com, provides a wealth of information, including deck plans with views of all suites, current fares and special savings offers. Search for your next voyage by destination, by ship or by date, then browse detailed itineraries and find a Silversea travel agent near you. Log on to MySilversea to pre-reserve most shore excursions, salon services and spa treatments within 120 days prior to sailing.

FOR FULL GENERAL INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE WWW.SILVERSEA.COM/ GENERAL-INFORMATION


FROM CURE TO CARE ... A MISSION OF LOVE The Maruzza Lefebvre D’Ovidio Foundation is an independent, family-run charity, established by Antonio and Eugenia Lefebvre D’Ovidio following the loss of Maruzza, their eldest daughter, in 1989.

Antonio and Eugenia passionately took up the vocation to aid people suffering the same fate as their daughter. Her vision became their deepest desire — to provide assistance and care for incurable patients, with consideration and respect for their moral principles, dignity and quality of life — bringing light to Maruzza’s dream. Silversea is proud to support the dedicated efforts of this non-profit organisation and to honour the memory of Maruzza, the beloved sister of Silversea’s Chairman, Manfredi Lefebvre D’Ovidio. Under the leadership of Silvia Lefebvre D’Ovidio, Maruzza’s sister, the Foundation works together with local government organisations assembling specialised networks to promote excellence and equity in the provision of palliative care and support for persons affected by life-threatening

or life-limiting conditions and their families, regardless of age, cultural, social and economic background. Today, a major part of its energy and resources is dedicated to palliative care for children, babies and adolescents affected by incurable illness. For these young patients in particular, it is essential that they spend their days in familiar surroundings where all their physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs can be properly addressed, able to live their lives free from unnecessary pain and suffering. Silversea has established a fundraising programme that promotes awareness of this important cause and allows Silversea guests to share in the Maruzza Foundation’s mission. For more information or to make a private donation, please visit www.maruzza.org

On behalf of the Maruzza Foundation and the entire Lefebvre D’Ovidio family, I wish to express my most sincere gratitude for the opportunity to share Maruzza’s dream with you. Her vision and her voice inspires us to continue, and we trust, with the help and support of those who believe and participate in our mission, we can improve the lives of so many seriously ill individuals and their families.

– Silvia Lefebvre D’Ovidio Maruzza Lefebvre D’Ovidio Foundation

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