Silversea reveals new collection of 25 cruises on the new megayacht Silver Endeavour

   October 2, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

Silversea revealed a new collection of 25 sailings for its newly acquired expedition ship Silver Endeavour/2021-built as Crystal Endeavor - the world's most advanced luxury expedition megayacht.

From May 2023 through to March 2024, guests will sail to a total of 116x destinations worldwide, including the polar regions (Arctic and Antarctica) and Northern Europe, including 24 maiden visits for Silversea.

Ensuring the line’s trademark level of comfort, the Endeavour will welcome passengers in some of the most spacious and stylish venues in expedition cruising, including the expansive Otium Spa & Beauty Salon; a pair of mudrooms; the Observation Lounge, with 270-degree views; and more.

Silver Endeavour’s new collection features 25 immersive expedition cruises, ranging in length from 6 to 18 days. With her PC6 classification, the ship will sail deep into the Polar Regions, extending the cruise season to unlock access to 116 destinations in some of the world's most remote regions. The new voyages incorporate 24 maiden calls, including the Canadian High Arctic, Hudson Bay, and Ellesmere Island.

Silver Endeavour cruise ship

Silver Endeavour is due to spend the summer of 2023 exploring Iceland, the British Isles, and the Arctic, including the Canadian Arctic, Greenland, and Svalbard Norway. She will then sail south, returning to Antarctica in winter 2023-2024 to offer travelers more opportunities to discover the Antarctic Peninsula, and UK's Falkland Islands and South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands.

Silver Endeavour’s 2023-2024 itinerary collection includes 2x "British Isles & Iceland", 9x "Arctic & Greenland", 14x "Antarctica".

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