Silversea Cruises has officially opened sales on the inaugural Antarctic voyages of Silver Endeavour. The ship, which Silversea purchased at auction after Crystal Cruises closed earlier this year, will undertake 12 voyages to Antarctica starting November 21.
“We are delighted to open sales on Silver Endeavour’s inaugural voyages, marking a new era in ultra-luxury expedition cruising,” said Roberto Martinoli, president and CEO of Silversea Cruises. “Silver Endeavour will unlock some of the planet’s most remote and extreme destinations, welcoming guests in Silversea’s trademark level of comfort.”
Itineraries range from five to 20 days and include Silversea’s Antarctica Bridge fly-cruise sailings, as well as an extended “Deep South” expedition and a new 10-day voyage.
Bridge Fly-Cruise Voyages: Silver Endeavour will sail 10 Bridge fly-cruise voyages, including its maiden voyage on November 21. Guests will fly over the Drake Passage, landing at King George Island where they will embark the ship. Sailings from King George Island range from five to nine days and explore such destinations as the Antarctic Peninsula, the Antarctic Sound, and the South Shetland Islands.
Deep South Antarctic Expedition (February 12, 2023)
Departing round-trip from Puerto Williams, this voyage will visit the South Shetland Islands, the Antarctic Sound, and the Antarctic Peninsula, before attempting to cross the 69th parallel south. Facilitated by the ship’s PC6 ice class rating – one of the highest of any expedition ship – the sailing offers guests the chance to access some of the world’s most remote destinations.
Antarctic Peninsula (March 4, 2023)
Concluding the ship’s inaugural Antarctic season, this all-new 10-day voyage departs round-trip from Puerto Williams and spends six days exploring the peninsula.
Accompanying the opening of sales, the line has unveiled the ship’s seven suite categories, which range in size from 356 square feet to 1,868 square feet.
Premium, Deluxe, Superior and Classic Veranda Suites: Silver Endeavour offers 90 premium, deluxe, superior and classic veranda suites spread between decks five and eight. At 356 square feet, each veranda suite includes a walk-in closet, large bathroom with walk-in shower, living and bedroom areas with convertible sofas and 52-square-foot balconies.
Silver Suite: Eight Silver Suites of 535 square feet are located on deck eight and feature floor-to-ceiling windows in all living areas and balconies of 78 square feet. Inside, guests will find a living room, separate dining area, and a bedroom with walk-in closet and bathroom.
Grand Suite: This spacious suite is 1,668 square feet and features a 684-square-foot balcony, living room, separate dining room, and a master bedroom with walk-in closet and bathroom. An additional bedroom area can accommodate a third guest. It’s located on the bow of deck seven.
Owner’s Suite: The largest suite onboard the ship, the owner’s suite is 1,868 square feet with a 737-square-foot balcony. Also located on the bow of deck seven and features a living room, separate dining room, bar area and two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom.