Silversea Cruises has launched a revised collection of 157 new expedition voyages, departing from January 2021 to July 2022.
They include itineraries in the Galapagos aboard new ship Silver Origin (pictured); Silversea’s longest-ever voyage to Antarctica; the first ultra-luxury fly-cruise to Antarctica; and the world’s first expedition world cruise.
The luxury cruise line is offering 68 new voyages to the Galapagos on Silver Origin with five maiden calls, including island of Santa Fe.
Silversea’s longest-ever voyage to Antarctica will be a 20-day voyage on Silver Explorer, departing January 27, 2022. Called the Deep Antarctica expedition, it will take as far south as 69°S.
Antarctica Bridge will be the world’s first ultra-luxury fly-cruise to the continent, offering the option of an all-inclusive nine-night fly-cruise option aboard Silver Explorer.
The round-the-world cruise – the 167-day Uncharted World Tour – sets sail on January 25, 2022. Silver Cloud will visit 107 destinations in 20 countries and be joined by 70 experts and 20 guest speakers.
Silversea’s first Arctic Grand Voyage will depart on July 16, 2021, with Silver Cloud visiting 51 destinations across seven countries over 63 days.
Also included in Silversea’s new collection of expedition voyages for 2021-2022 are 10 voyages in Northern Europe, with five sailings departing from various ports in the British Isles and two voyages to the Norwegian Fjords; a wide selection of expeditions in Australia’s Kimberley Region, as well as southeast Asia and Melanesia; seven voyages to the South Pacific Islands; a variety of options in South America, including two itineraries to the Chilean Fjords; and the chance to discover Alaska and the American west coast.
Conrad Combrink, Silversea Cruises’ expeditions, turnaround operations and destination management senior vice-president, said: “Highlighted by the launch of our new ship Silver Origin, which will be the most elegant ship to welcome guests in the Galapagos Islands, our new itineraries push boundaries and underpin our leadership in the ultra-luxury and expedition travel segments.”
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