Itinerary includes the first ever expedition ship World Cruise
By Patti Pietschmann, Travel Diva
Adventurous seafarers take heed. Upmarket Silversea is setting a precedent. On Jan. 25, 2022 Silver Cloud will embark on a 167-day Uncharted odyssey that’s the first of its kind. The groundbreaking voyage traverses 21 oceans and seas with stops in 170 areas in 20 countries.
Pure bliss at sea
Spending several days on Silversea is pure bliss. The food and service are exceptional. All accommodations come with butler service. And wines, spirits and soft drinks are free. Not only that, gratuities are part of the fare.
There are great great photo ops in every port. Shutterbugs can grab shots of the Galapagos Penguin, green sea turtles, endemic iguanas, and various bird species.
Silversea’s impossibly gorgeous Silver Origin will finally make her bow in the Galapagos.
Beside being photogenic itself, Silver Origin offers many exquisite touches and amenities.
Going deep into Antarctica
The longest and the first voyage to cross the Antarctic Polar Circle, Silversea’s Antarctica season starts January 27, 2022.
Fly and sail
Another first is the line’s launch of Antarctica Bridge— the world’s first ultra-luxury fly-cruise to the White Continent. It comes with an all-inclusive nine-night fly-cruise option aboard Silver Explorer.
Arctic Grand Voyage
On July 16, 2021, Silver Cloud sets sail on Silversea’s first Arctic Grand Voyage. This enchanting experience unlocks unforgettable experiences in 51 destinations across seven countries. The ships sail some of the world’s remotest waters in 63 days. The cruise allows history buffs to witness the retracing of the route of famous explorers of yesteryear.
Northern Europe and beyond
Itineraries include the British Isles, Australia’s Kimberley Region, Southeast Asia, Melanesia and the South Pacific Islands, and South America.
For more information and bookings contact a Pavlus travel specialist at 800-528-9300.