Silversea’s newest expedition ship, Silver Endeavour, will offer 27 new voyages to 125 of the world’s most remote destinations through summer 2024 and winter 2024/25. Itineraries visit Antarctica and the Arctic, as well as the British Isles and Iceland.
“Silver Endeavour’s new 2024/2025 voyages will broaden the industry’s most diverse polar offering, as the ship ventures off the beaten track to offer Silversea’s guests the complete expedition experience,” said Conrad Combrink, senior vice president of expeditions, destination and itinerary management at Silversea Cruises.
The 27 voyages feature a varied array of voyage lengths, with sailings ranging from six to 21 days.
British Isles & Iceland: In spring 2024, Silver Endeavour will offer four voyages that explore the best of the British Isles and Iceland, including two new 14-day itineraries that travel between London (Greenwich) and Edinburgh (Leith). The ship will then set course for Iceland via Guernsey, the Isles of Scilly, the Isle of Man, the Hebrides and the Isle of Sky.
Artic: Departing Reykjavik on June 1, Silver Endeavour will undertake nine voyages to the Arctic, offering a variety of sailings between 10 and 16 days in length. Several of the voyages can be combined for a total of 67 days of exploration between July 15 and September 19. The extended itinerary, between Churchill (Manitoba) and Reykjavik, will also visit Greenland and the Canadian High Arctic.
Antarctica: Silver Endeavour will return to Antarctica from October 29, 2024, undertaking 14 voyages with sailings from six to 21 days. Time-pressed travelers can take advantage of Silversea’s Antarctica Bridge, flying directly into the continent on European business-class flights.