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Specifications of Silver Cloud
|Year built||1994 / Age: 27|
|Builder||Societa' Esercizio Cantieri SpA Shipyard (Viareggio, Italy)|
|Class||ice-strengthened expedition ship|
|Building cost||USD 125 million|
|Owner||Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCCL) & Lefebvre Family (Rome, Italy)|
|Operator||Silversea Cruises (Silversea Expeditions)|
|Speed||18 kn / 33 kph / 21 mph|
|Length (LOA)||155 m / 509 ft|
|Beam (width)||21 m / 69 ft|
|Gross Tonnage||16927 gt|
|Passengers||252 - 302|
|Decks with cabins||4|
Silver Cloud Itineraries
|Date||Itinerary||Departure Port||Price from|
|2021 Nov 14||16 days, one-way from Punta Arenas to Ushuaia||Punta Arenas||$18931|
|2021 Nov 30||11 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$26818|
|2021 Dec 11||10 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$14319|
|2021 Dec 21||15 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$22814|
|2022 Jan 05||10 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$17232|
|2022 Jan 15||10 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$17232|
|2022 Jan 25||52 days, one-way from Ushuaia to Lautoka||Ushuaia|
|2022 Jan 25||18 days, one-way from Ushuaia to Valparaiso||Ushuaia||$21078|
|2022 Jan 25||167 days, one-way from Ushuaia to Tromso||Ushuaia|
|2022 Feb 12||22 days, one-way from Valparaiso to Papeete||Valparaiso||$22389|
|2022 Mar 06||12 days, one-way from Papeete to Lautoka||Papeete||$13870|
|2022 Mar 18||52 days, one-way from Lautoka to Cochin||Lautoka|
|2022 Mar 18||14 days, one-way from Lautoka to Cairns||Lautoka||$20642|
|2022 Apr 01||22 days, one-way from Cairns to Singapore||Cairns||$19222|
|2022 Apr 23||16 days, one-way from Singapore to Cochin||Singapore||$9720|
|2022 May 09||19 days, one-way from Cochin to Piraeus||Cochin||$12135|
|2022 May 09||63 days, one-way from Cochin to Tromso||Cochin|
|2022 May 14||14 days, one-way from Muscat to Piraeus||Muscat||$8494|
|2022 May 28||14 days, one-way from Piraeus to Lisbon||Piraeus||$13433|
|2022 Jun 11||17 days, one-way from Lisbon to Reykjavik||Lisbon||$12232|
|2022 Jun 28||13 days, one-way from Reykjavik to Tromso||Reykjavik||$17911|
|2022 Jul 11||9 days, one-way from Tromso to Longyearbyen||Tromso||$9938|
|2022 Jul 20||6 days, round-trip Spitsbergen||Longyearbyen||$8130|
|2022 Jul 26||6 days, round-trip Spitsbergen||Longyearbyen||$7317|
|2022 Aug 01||14 days, one-way from Longyearbyen to Reykjavik||Longyearbyen||$15618|
|2022 Aug 15||12 days, one-way from Reykjavik to Dublin||Reykjavik||$9829|
|2022 Aug 27||11 days, one-way from Dublin to Lisbon||Dublin||$6443|
|2022 Sep 07||10 days, one-way from Lisbon to Valletta||Lisbon||$6116|
|2022 Sep 17||10 days, one-way from Valletta to Lisbon||Valletta||$6116|
|2022 Sep 27||17 days, one-way from Lisbon to Dakar||Lisbon||$16139|
|2022 Oct 14||15 days, one-way from Dakar to Rio de Janeiro||Dakar||$10072|
|2022 Oct 29||9 days, one-way from Rio de Janeiro to Buenos Aires||Rio de Janeiro||$6443|
|2022 Nov 07||20 days, one-way from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia||Buenos Aires||$20314|
|2022 Nov 27||10 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$12232|
|2022 Dec 07||10 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$13542|
|2022 Dec 17||18 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$23372|
|2023 Jan 04||12 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$15727|
|2023 Jan 16||12 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$17353|
|2023 Jan 28||18 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$27850|
|2023 Feb 15||10 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$13324|
|2023 Feb 25||10 days, round-trip Antarctica||Ushuaia||$12887|
Silver Cloud Review
Review of Silver Cloud
The 1994-built MS Silver Cloud cruise ship is the first and oldest vessel owned by Silversea, with sistership in the fleet Silver Wind (1995). In October 2017, the ship joined Silversea Expeditions fleet (Silver Explorer, Silver Galapagos, Silver Origin) and started a new itinerary program with polar cruises to Antarctica and Arctic destinations.
History - construction and ownership
Silversea Cruises is a Monaco-based privately-owned cruise company and top-luxury travel brand. It was established in 1994 as joint venture of V-Ships Monaco (fka Vlasov Group) and Lefebvre Family of Rome Italy. In 2018, RCCL-Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd acquired 2/3rd of the company. Silversea now has a fleet of smaller-sized boutique cruise vessels with passenger capacity between 100-700. The company's business model is to operate yacht-like vessels in the industry's ultra-luxury-all-suite ship category. Silversea's all-inclusive fares include beverages (also selected wines), gratuities (none are allowed), travel insurance, port charges, one or more shore excursions (per voyage).
The 300-passenger ship Silver Cloud underwent stem-to-stern refurbishment in October 2012, during a Sicily dry dock. All public spaces and suites (except the theatre and the gym), were refurbished with new carpets, decor, and furniture. The result is a more contemporary feel and look. Silversea Silver Cloud was redesigned using quite a lot of luxuries and characteristics which attract cruisers from across the world. That small, and in the same time spacious ship, delivers to guests who come onboard a detailed and also seductive voyage giving the feel of a larger cruise line.
In 2017, MS Silver Cloud was drydock refitted and refurbished (August-September) before joining the Silversea Expeditions fleet. The cruise ship's capacity was reduced from 362 to 260 passengers (on non-polar cruises). The ship's max capacity on polar cruises (Arctic and Antarctic itineraries) is 200 passengers.
Decks and Cabins
Silver Cloud staterooms (151 total, in 7 grades) are all Suites, including 15 connecting and 2 wheelchair-accessible cabins. All Silver Cloud suites have ocean views, 75% are Balcony. The six suites’ categories range in size from 240 ft2 to 1300+ ft2. The smallest is Vista Suite which doesn’t have a balcony. Next is the Veranda, identical to Vista but with 55-sq.foot balcony with glass door floor-to-ceiling instead of a picture window. The best value is offered by midship Veranda Suites, as they are very well located for a smoother ride. The three Silver Suites provide 541 sq.feet space, with a larger verandah, separate living and dining areas. The 827 sq.feet Owner’s Suite has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a 95 ft2 step-out balcony. The Royal Suites are two and pile on space with an additional 200 ft2 (19 m2) living space. The largest are the two Grand Suites (stunning ocean views!), with 1340 ft2 and 3x verandahs.
Beds can be configured as Queen or two twins, and passengers can even select specific types of pillows from a range of options. All suites feature direct-dial phones, binoculars, safes, iHome alarm clocks, LCD TVs with satellite reception and DVD. Even Vista Suites – the smallest ones, have walk-in closets with plenty of room. Silver and higher suites feature CD players. Owner’s, Royal, and Grand Suites provide full-size Jacuzzis and guest powder rooms. Upon arrival, a specially assigned butler will offer a choice of Bvlgari, Neutrogena, or Acqua di Parma bath products.
The boat has 9 decks, of which 7 are passenger-accessible and 4 with cabins.
Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks
MS Silver Cloud cruise ship is a real miracle of high-level service and gourmet dining – both elegant and fun, ideal for couples to enjoy fine food and intimacy. The Silversea Cruises Cloud ship has one of the highest ratios space-to-passenger. The warm crewmembers are able to make each passenger feel at home. Many of the staff have sailed with Silversea for years. The small ship’s size means that your name will be remembered. Another plus is that Silver Cloud fares are all-inclusive. All food, wine, alcohol, gratuities, are included. Additional gratuities are discouraged, but some guests still give them for some exemplary service.
Follows the complete list of Silver Cloud restaurants and food bars.
- The Restaurant (open-seating dining room with top-quality gourmet cuisine; features the most the Mediterranean themed meals, and always available standard menu with daily specials; all three meals are waiter-served and a la carte)
- Le Champagne (20-seat French cuisine speciality restaurant; offers signature dishes by Relais Chateaux; dinner-only; reservations-only)
- La Terrazza (Terrace Cafe; complimentary buffet-style restaurant, offers both indoor seating and an alfresco terrace; wine is complimentary; there is also Afternoon Tea service; La Terrazza transforms each evening between 7:00 and 9:30 pm, into an Italian speciality restaurant, reservations-only, with a la carte menu)
- Pool Bar & Pool Grill (serve ship's pool deck area with fast food and drinks during the day; in the evening, the outdoor area becomes an al fresco dining venue with classic seafood and steakhouse choices, plus vegetarian and healthy selections)
- The Grill (offers gourmet dining under the stars with signature meals including lava-rocks grilled meat, seafood, Mediterranean vegetables, baked potatoes, salad of the day; wines are complimentary, except the premium ones from the Connoisseur’s Wine List; The Grill implements the line’s interactive dining concept “Black Rock Grill Experience”, which allows guests to cook their own meat and seafood).
Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport
Silver Cloud onboard activities vary from language lessons and lectures to bridge and dance classes. Evening entertainment includes “The Artists of Silversea” troupe, performing from Beatles to opera. The Bar is the most popular spot, great to dance, too. Remember to try your chance at the tiny casino. Silver Cloud also offers an Internet cafe – 100 minutes online access will cost you $45; 1,000 minutes are $250. The well-stocked library offers books, DVD’s, and newspapers. Silver Cloud offers complimentary transportation in town in select ports, and occasionally gratis shoreside events.
Silver Cloud has two hot tubs and saltwater pool, as well as enough deck space for those who enjoy the sun. Just above the pool deck are the walking track and a gym with elliptical machines, free weights, treadmills, and yoga mats. A variety of fitness classes are offered daily. To pamper, there is a full hair salon, with nail services, nine treatment rooms for rejuvenating fantasies. Try a Swedish or warm stone massage, an anti-ageing facial, or reflexology. Each changing room has a steam bath and sauna.
Additional amenities include a Launderette, Medical centre, complimentary 24-hour Room Service, Internet/WiFi Access.
Follows the complete list of Silver Cloud lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens and adults.
- The Casino (with slot machines and gaming tables; served by The Bar)
- Boutique shops (both offer duty-free shopping: luxury jewellery and watches, brand perfumes, fashion, designer handbags, photo/video accessories, Silversea logo merchandise, special occasion gifts, convenience goods)
- The Bar (lounge with ample comfortable seating; offers live music performances, large dance floor, complimentary cocktails)
- Show Lounge (former Venetian Lounge - ship’s theatre for live music and show productions; the daily enrichment program offers trivia games, dance classes, language lessons, lectures, media presentations)
- Conference Room (hosts group meetings and conferences; it is adjacent to the Card Room and the Internet Cafe)
- The Swimming Pool (with saltwater; heated during cool-weather cruises; the sunbathing area has teak chaise loungers, 2 whirlpools and tennis tables)
- Connoisseur’s Corner (formerly known as Humidor - ship’s smoking lounge furnished with leather armchairs and selling brand cognacs, vintage wines, fine cigars)
- Panorama Lounge (served by its own bar; offers live music and dancing, Continental Breakfast and Afternoon Tea)
- The Library (with audio listening stations and on-demand movies)
- The Spa at Silversea (features treatment rooms, and spa therapies including body wraps, massages and facials; sauna and steam rooms)
- Beauty Salon (provides a full range of services: hairstyling, manicures, pedicures)
- Fitness Centre (offers a treadmill, stationary bike, weight machine, elliptical trainer)
- Power Walking/Jogging Track, Golf Cage, paddle tennis, golf putting green
- The ship has a fleet of 18 Zodiacs (large-capacity inflatable boats) used for landings and shore explorations.
- Photo Studio (starboard on deck 5) is Silver Cloud ship exclusive venue designed via a partnership with Galardi Media Network (Switzerland). The Studio is a workshop room fitted with latest technology equipment - PC and MAC computers, high-resolution printers (free of charge / for creating postcards or frame-ready prints), touch-screen interface. The workshop is led by a professional and provides practice with professional photo equipment - 6x HP Envy 27 computers; 6x iMac 27 computers, 4x Loupedeck consoles (Adobe Lightroom), 2x DNP photo printers, 2x Epson plotters, 3x Samsung 55 screens (4K), 1x Samsung 65 screen (4K). Additionally, are offered 20-min private lessons.
In 2018, Silversea introduced the "My Photo Academy" classes on Antarctica cruises on Silver Cloud. The new classes are part of the company's onboard enrichment program The Academy, and are held at the "Photo Studio". Here passengers have the opportunity to improve their photo skills by learning how to take and edit photos like professionals. Among the covered topics are social media (uploading/sharing/ Facebook-Instagram posting), introduction to photography, software lessons (Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop).
The new digital photography classes are offered both for groups and as private lessons. The Academy program offers various themed workshops for both beginners and professionals.
Starting in 2017, Silver Cloud cruises to Antarctica and Arctic (polar regions) destinations. The new itineraries are part of Silversea Expeditions cruise program, with roundtrip departures from Ushuaia (Argentina). During summer, Silver Cloud cruises in Northern Europe - leaving from ports in Arctic Norway to the Norwegian Fjords and Svalbard Islands.
On polar cruises, the ship's max passenger capacity is reduced from 260 to just 200.
Before joining Silversea Expeditions fleet in 2017, Silver Cloud's itinerary program was based on Caribbean cruises with departures from Fort Lauderdale, Barbados and Puerto Rico. During summer, the ship sailed in Europe (Mediterranean Sea) departing from Rome, Venice, Barcelona, Athens, Istanbul, with Transatlantic repositioning cruise crossings. The ship also used to operate a limited number of South Africa cruise leaving from Cape Town.
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Silver Cloud Wiki
Silver Cloud ship's hull was constructed at the yard of Visentini (near Trieste Italy), while the superstructure and final outfitting were done at the T. Marotti shipyard (Genoa Italy). The ship has a twin-sister - Silver Wind, that entered service in 1995.
Silver Cloud is a luxury cruise ship operated with all-inclusive deals. The boat has one of the best scores in terms of space-to-guest ratios (56,8) and also scores a very good guest-to-crew ratio (1,3). All officers and crew members are European trained.
The ship is at the same age as the owner Silversea company - headquartered in Monaco, and owned by the Lefebvre Family (Rome Italy). Through the years, the Silversea cruise line succeeded on the tip luxury cruising market and enlarged its fleet with bigger ships.
Silversea's "flight and cruise" package deals (by the "Silver Sky" program) are inclusive of the luxury cruise fare, discount round-trip airfare (Economy Class) and airport-pier-airport transfers.
Silversea's "hotel and cruise" package "Silver Shore Simply Hotel" offers overnight 5-star luxury hotel stays with the option of adding transfers or upgrades. The upgraded cruise and hotel package ("Silver Shore Grande Hotel") offers 1-3-nights landmark hotel stays (or at a boutique property) and is inclusive of private transfers (airport-hotel and hotel-pier).
In August 2016 (during the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro Brazil) the vessel was chartered as hotel ship (listed capacity 296 guests) for the USA's two basketball teams. For the 2016 Olympics' VIPs (organizers, committee members, sponsors, sports federations and other company representatives) was chartered as hotel ship NCL's Norwegian Getaway (capacity 4000 pax).
Silver Cloud refurbishments review
As a top-luxury expedition ship, Silver Cloud's max passenger capacity was decreased to 260 passengers. When operating on Arctic and Antarctica cruise itineraries, the ship is operated max passenger capacity of only 200.
The hull was ice-strengthened for operations mostly in polar waters. The vessel was fitted with a fleet of 18 Zodiacs (inflatable boats) for close-to-shore explorations. Its expedition team will offer a ratio of 1 team member for a group of 12 Silversea cruise passengers.
Follows the list of deck plan changes made during the vessel's 2012 drydock refurbishment - a 3-weeks refit done in Palermo Sicily.
- (deck 4) The Le Champagne (French restaurant) dining experience was enhanced by a new entrance hall, LED-backlit wine cellar, new flooring, fabrics and seating layout.
- (deck 5) The Bar lounge's colour palette was changed
- (deck 7 port side) The Owner's Suite was fitted with a new wet room, featuring a separate from the bathtub rainforest shower.
- (deck 7) The La Terrazza buffet was upgraded with more 2-seat tables, plus new banquettes on its walls.
- (deck 7) The Spa complex and the Beauty Salon were renovated.
- (deck 8) Panorama Lounge received new furniture, carpeting, curtains, renovated dance floor (new wood flooring).
- (deck 8) The Grill (interactive gourmet dinner concept) was introduced, and the pool deck was outfitted with new outdoor furniture. Grill Bar was upgraded to "Hot Rocks" (steakhouse/seafood menu).
- (deck 9) The jogging track received new synthetic turf
- (deck 9) Observation Lounge was added in the place of the Fitness Center, while the Gym was moved to deck 6 (starboard).
- Renovated was the interior decoration in all cabins, public areas and all dining venues.
- All suites were updated with new fabrics for their sofas and chairs, new balcony furniture, carpeting, curtains, headboards, new deluxe mattresses (custom-made exclusively for the Silversea company).
- New Suite category (Medallion Suite) was added.
- All suites with bathtubs were upgraded with rainforest showers (glass-enclosed, with seats).
- The colour palette of the lobby area (deck 5) was changed, along with general renovations and upgrades (new carpeting, new artworks along staircases and in all public areas).
Silversea Expedition World Cruise 2022 Silver Cloud
Silversea scheduled for Silver Cloud in 2022 a 167-day World Cruises (themed "THE UNCHARTED WORLD TOUR"). The list of visited ports and destinations included South America, Antarctica, Australia and New Zealand, Southeast Asia, India, Arabian Gulf, Suez Canal (transition), Europe (Mediterranean, Atlantic Coast, UK, Arctic).
The unique itinerary included a total of 107 ports in 30 countries. Silversea Silver Cloud deals were inclusive of flights (Business Class Air), charter flight (Santiago to Ushuaia), private transfers (airport-hotel, ship-airport), group transfers (hotel-ship), USD 2000 per person in OBC (onboard credit), special gifts (Expedition Gear), complimentary laundry, free medical service, unlimited Wi-Fi Internet, Visa Package (USA-Canada-UK-Australia-Germany only).
|Date / Time||Port|
|25 Jan 17:00||Departing from Ushuaia, Argentina|
|26 Jan - 27 Jan||Drake Passage, Antarctica|
|28 Jan - 31 Jan||Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica|
|01 Feb - 18:00||South Shetland Islands, Antarctica|
|02 Feb - 03 Feb||Drake Passage, Antarctica|
|04 Feb 01:00 - 05 Feb 12:00||Chilean Fjords, Patagonia|
|06 Feb 06:30 - 17:00||Caleta Tortel, Chile Patagonia|
|08 Feb 06:30 - 19:00||Chiloe Island, Castro, Chile|
|09 Feb 06:30 - 18:00||Puerto Montt, Chile|
|10 Feb 11:00 - 20:00||Niebla, Chile|
|12 Feb 07:00 - 18:00||Valparaiso, Santiago, Chile|
|14 Feb 06:30 - 19:00||Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile|
|15 Feb 06:00 - 17:00||Alexander Selkirk Island, Chile|
|20 Feb 07:00 - 21 Feb 17:00 (overnight)||Easter Island, Hanga Roa, Chile|
|25 Feb 06:30 - 15:00||Pitcairn Island, Adamstown, UK|
|28 Feb 13:00 - 23:00||Hiva Oa Island, Atuona, Marquesas French Polynesia|
|01 Mar 07:00 - 14:00||Fatu Hiva Island, Omoa-Hanavave, Marquesas French Polynesia|
|03 Mar 08:30 - 18:30||Fakarava Atoll, Tuamotus French Polynesia|
|04 Mar 06:00 - 18:00||Rangiroa Atoll, Tuamotus French Polynesia|
|05 Mar 08:00 - 23:00||Moorea Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia|
|06 Mar 07:00 - 18:00||Papeete, Tahiti Island, French Polynesia|
|07 Mar 07:00 - 21:00||Bora Bora Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia|
|09 Mar 10:30 - 18:00||Rarotonga Island, Cook Islands NZ|
|10 Mar 06:30 - 18:00||Aitutaki Island, Cook Islands NZ|
|11 Mar 09:00 - 18:00||Palmerston Island, Cook Islands NZ|
|14 Mar 13:00 - 15 Mar 17:00 (overnight)||Apia, Upolu Island, Samoa|
|17 Mar 06:30 - 17:00||Taveuni Island, Fiji|
|18 Mar 09:00 - 18:00||Lautoka, Fiji|
|20 Mar 08:30 - 12:00||Pentecost Island, Vanuatu|
|20 Mar 14:00 - 21:00||Ambrym Island, Vanuatu|
|21 Mar 05:30 - 14:00||Champagne Bay, Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu|
|22 Mar 11:00 - 16:00||Santa Cruz Islands, Temotu, Solomon Islands|
|23 Mar 07:00 - 12:30||Santa Ana Island, Solomon Islands|
|25 Mar 15:30 - 23:00||Rabaul, New Britain Island, Papua New Guinea|
|26 Mar 13:30 - 19:00||Witu Islands PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|27 Mar 12:00 - 19:00||Madang PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|28 Mar 08:30 - 13:00||Tami Island PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|29 Mar 09:00 - 13:00||Dobu Island PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|29 Mar 14:30 - 22:00||Fergusson Island PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|30 Mar 06:30 - 14:00||Samarai Island PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|01 Apr 06:30 - 17:00||Cairns, Queensland Australia|
|03 Apr 07:30 - 18:00||Thursday Island, Queensland Australia|
|06 Apr 06:00 - 12:00||Darwin, NT Australia|
|07 Apr 05:30 - 08 Apr||Kimberley Coast, Western Australia|
|09 Apr||Buccaneer Archipelago, Kimberley, Western Australia|
|10 Apr 07:30 - 18:00||Broome WA, Kimberley, Western Australia|
|12 Apr 09:00 - 18:00||Kupang, Timor Indonesia|
|13 Apr 06:30 - 14:00||Pulau Alor Island, Kalabahi, East Nusa Tenggara Indonesia|
|14 Apr 06:30 - 18:00||Pulau Tellang Island, Maluku Indonesia|
|15 Apr 12:30 - 18:30||Pulau Anano Island, Southeast Sulawesi Indonesia|
|16 Apr 06:00 - 13:00||Pulau Buton Island, Bau-Bau, South East Sulawesi Indonesia|
|17 Apr 06:30 - 20:30||Palopo, South Sulawesi Indonesia|
|20 Apr 08:00 - 17:00||Semarang, Java Indonesia|
|22 Apr 18:00 - 23 Apr||Singapore|
|25 Apr 14:30 - 21:30||Krakatoa Island, Anak Krakatau, Lampung Indonesia|
|28 Apr 07:00 - 18:00||Padang, Sumatra Indonesia|
|29 Apr 10:30 - 17:00||Pulau Nias Island, Sumatra Indonesia|
|01 May 18:30 - 02 May 18:00 (overnight)||Belawan-Medan, Sumatra Indonesia|
|06 May 06:00 - 19:00||Galle, Sri Lanka|
|07 May 06:00 - 12:00||Colombo, Sri Lanka|
|08 May 11:00 - 09 May||Cochin, Kochi, India|
|11 May 06:00 - 14:00||Mormugao, Goa, India|
|14 May 09:00 - 22:00||Muscat, Oman|
|15 May 06:30 - 13:00||Sur City, Oman|
|17 May 06:00 - 11:30||Salalah, Oman|
|22 May 07:00 - 23:59||Safaga, Egypt|
|24 May 04:00 - 18:30||Suez Canal, Egypt|
|26 May 05:30 - 13:00||Rhodes Island, Greece|
|26 May 16:30 - 21:00||Symi Island, Greece|
|27 May 08:00 - 13:30||Naxos Island, Greece|
|27 May 17:00 - 23:00||Folegandros Island, Karavostasis, Greece|
|28 May 07:30 - 23:00||Piraeus, Athens, Greece|
|29 May 06:30 - 12:00||Monemvasia, Greece|
|30 May 08:00 - 12:30||Itea, Delphi, Greece|
|30 May 16:30 - 20:00||Nafpaktos, Greece|
|31 May 08:00 - 18:00||Sarande, Albania|
|02 Jun 08:30 - 17:00||Sousse, Tunisia|
|03 Jun 07:00 - 21:00||Porto Empedocle, Agrigento, Sicily Italy|
|04 Jun 07:00 - 17:00||Trapani, Sicily Italy|
|05 Jun 07:00 - 12:30||Cagliari, Sardinia Italy|
|06 Jun 07:00 - 19:00||Bejaia, Algeria|
|09 Jun 03:00 - 23:59||Seville, Spain|
|11 Jun 08:00 - 18:00||Lisbon, Portugal|
|12 Jun 09:00 - 16:00||Porto-Leixoes, Oporto, Portugal|
|13 Jun 08:30 - 19:00||La Coruna, Galicia Spain|
|15 Jun 07:00 - 18:00||Saint-Malo, France|
|16 Jun 10:00 - 23:00||Honfleur, France|
|18 Jun 06:30 - 19 Jun 17:30 (overnight)||London-Greenwich, England|
|20 Jun 14:00 - 20:00||Guernsey Island, St Peter Port, Channel Islands UK|
|21 Jun 09:30 - 16:00||Penzance, England|
|22 Jun 06:00 - 12:30||Pembroke Dock, Wales|
|23 Jun 12:30 - 20:00||Isle of Iona, Scotland|
|24 Jun 05:30 - 17:00||Fort William, Scotland|
|25 Jun 08:00 - 16:00||St Kilda Islands, Scotland|
|27 Jun 06:00 - 13:00||Heimaey Island, Iceland|
|27 Jun 15:00 - 16:00||Surtsey Island, Iceland|
|28 Jun 07:00 - 19:00||Reykjavik, Iceland|
|29-30 Jun||Iceland (coastal and fjord cruising)|
|30 Jun 06:30 - 11:00||Vigur Island, Iceland|
|01 Jul 07:00 - 23:00||Akureyri, Iceland, Lake Myvatn|
|03 Jul 06:00 - 12:00||Jan Mayen Island, Arctic Norway|
|05 Jul - 08 Jul||Svalbard Islands, Arctic Norway|
|09 Jul 06:00 - 13:00||Bear Island, Bjornoya, Svalbard Norway|
|10 Jul 05:30 - 10:00||Gjesvaerstappan Islands, Storstappen, Norway|
|10 Jul 11:30||North Cape, Nordkapp, Norway|
|10 Jul 12:15 - 17:30||Skarsvag, Mageroya Island, Norway|
|11 Jul 07:30||Arriving in Tromso, Norway|
World Voyage 2022 was also available for booking in smaller itinerary segments.
- 22-days from Valparaiso to Papeete ($24420 pp)
- 12-days from Papeete to Lautoka ($15095 pp)
- 14-days from Lautoka to Cairns ($17915 pp)
- 22-days from Cairns to Singapore Cairns $21475 pp)
- 16-days from Singapore to Cochin ($13250 pp)
- 19-days from Cochin to Athens ($11900 pp)
- 14-days from Athens to Lisbon ($14970 pp)
- 17-days from Lisbon to Reykjavik ($13620 pp)
- 13-days from Reykjavik to Tromso ($20000 pp)
Silversea Expedition World Cruise 2021 (CANCELLED)
For Silver Cloud, Silversea planned the company's first "Expedition World Cruise" (themed as "Uncharted World Tour"). The 169-day itinerary included 107 ports and destinations in 30 different countries. The cruise was scheduled to start from Ushuaia (Argentina) on January 30, 2021, and end in Tromso (Norway) on July 18, 2021. Prices started from ~USD 103,000. The 2-Bedroom Owner's Suite was initially priced nearly USD 1 million (for the entire voyage).
However, due to the Coronavirus crisis, this voyage was cancelled.
|Date / Time||Port|
|30 Jan 18:00||Departing from Ushuaia, Argentina|
|31 Jan - 01 Feb||Drake Passage, Antarctica|
|02 Feb - 05 Feb||Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica|
|06 Feb - 18:00||South Shetland Islands, Antarctica|
|07 Feb - 08 Feb||Drake Passage, Antarctica|
|09 Feb||Chilean Fjords, Patagonia|
|11 Feb 06:30 - 17:00||Caleta Tortel, Chile Patagonia|
|13 Feb 06:30 - 19:00||Chiloe Island, Castro, Chile|
|14 Feb 06:30 - 18:00||Puerto Montt, Chile|
|15 Feb 11:00 - 20:00||Niebla, Chile|
|17 Feb 07:00 - 18:00||Valparaiso, Santiago, Chile|
|19 Feb 06:30 - 19:00||Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile|
|20 Feb 06:00 - 17:00||Alexander Selkirk Island, Chile|
|25 Feb 07:00 - 26 Feb 17:00||Easter Island, Hanga Roa, Chile|
|02 Mar 06:30 - 15:00||Pitcairn Island, Adamstown UK|
|05 Mar 13:00 - 23:00||Hiva Oa Island, Atuona, Marquesas French Polynesia|
|06 Mar 07:00 - 14:00||Fatu Hiva Island, Omoa-Hanavave, Marquesas French Polynesia|
|08 Mar 08:30 - 18:30||Fakarava Atoll, Tuamotus French Polynesia|
|09 Mar 06:00 - 18:00||Rangiroa Atoll, Tuamotus French Polynesia|
|10 Mar 08:00 - 23:00||Moorea Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia|
|11 Mar 07:00 - 18:00||Papeete, Tahiti Island, French Polynesia|
|12 Mar 07:00 - 21:00||Bora Bora Island, Society Islands, French Polynesia|
|14 Mar 10:30 - 18:00||Rarotonga Island, Cook Islands NZ|
|15 Mar 06:30 - 18:00||Aitutaki Island, Cook Islands NZ|
|16 Mar 09:00 - 18:00||Palmerston Island, Cook Islands NZ|
|19 Mar 13:00 - 20 Mar 17:00||Apia, Upolu Island, Samoa|
|22 Mar 06:30 - 17:00||Taveuni Island, Fiji|
|23 Mar 09:00 - 18:00||Lautoka, Fiji|
|25 Mar 08:30 - 12:00||Pentecost Island, Vanuatu|
|25 Mar 14:00 - 21:00||Ambrym Island, Vanuatu|
|26 Mar 05:30 - 14:00||Champagne Bay, Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu|
|27 Mar 11:00 - 16:00||Santa Cruz Islands, Temotu, Solomon Islands|
|28 Mar 07:00 - 12:30||Santa Ana Island, Solomon Islands|
|30 Mar 15:30 - 23:00||Rabaul, New Britain Island, Papua New Guinea|
|31 Mar 13:30 - 19:00||Witu Islands PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|01 Apr 12:00 - 19:00||Madang PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|02 Apr 08:30 - 13:00||Tami Island PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|03 Apr 09:00 - 13:00||Dobu Island PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|03 Apr 14:30 - 22:00||Fergusson Island PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|04 Apr 06:30 - 14:00||Samarai Island PNG, Papua New Guinea|
|06 Apr 06:30 - 17:00||Cairns, Queensland Australia|
|08 Apr 07:30 - 18:00||Thursday Island, Queensland Australia|
|11 Apr 06:00 - 12:00||Darwin, NT Australia|
|12 Apr 05:30 - 14 Apr||Kimberley Coast, Western Australia|
|15 Apr||Buccaneer Archipelago, Kimberley, Western Australia|
|17 Apr 07:00 - 16:30||Pulau Flores Island, Larantuka-Ende-Maumere, East Nusa Tenggara Indonesia|
|18 Apr 06:30 - 14:00||Pulau Alor Island, Kalabahi, Indonesia|
|19 Apr 06:30 - 18:00||Pulau Kital Island, Maluku Indonesia|
|20 Apr 12:30 - 18:30||Pulau Anano Island, Southeast Sulawesi Indonesia|
|21 Apr 08:00 - 13:00||Pulau Buton Island, Bau-Bau, South East Sulawesi Indonesia|
|22 Apr 06:30 - 20:30||Palopo, South Sulawesi Indonesia|
|25 Apr 08:00 - 17:00||Semarang, Java Indonesia|
|27 Apr 18:00 - 28 Apr 17:00||Singapore|
|30 Apr 14:30 - 21:30||Krakatoa Island, Anak Krakatau, Lampung Indonesia|
|03 May 07:00 - 18:00||Padang, Sumatra Indonesia|
|04 May 10:30 - 17:00||Pulau Nias Island, Sumatra Indonesia|
|06 May 18:30 - 07 May 18:00||Belawan-Medan, Sumatra Indonesia|
|11 May 06:00 - 19:00||Galle, Sri Lanka|
|12 May 06:00 - 12:00||Colombo, Sri Lanka|
|13 May 11:00 - 14 May 23:00||Cochin, Kochi, India|
|16 May 06:00 - 14:00||Mormugao, Goa, India|
|19 May 09:00 - 22:00||Muscat, Oman|
|20 May 06:30 - 13:00||Sur City, Oman|
|22 May 06:00 - 11:30||Salalah, Oman|
|27 May 07:00 - 23:59||Safaga, Egypt|
|29 May||Suez Canal, Egypt|
|31 May 05:30 - 13:00||Rhodes Island, Greece|
|31 May 16:30 - 21:00||Symi Island, Greece|
|01 Jun 08:00 - 13:30||Naxos Island, Greece|
|01 Jun 17:00 - 23:00||Folegandros Island, Karavostasis, Greece|
|02 Jun 07:30 - 23:00||Piraeus, Athens, Greece|
|03 Jun 06:30 - 12:00||Monemvasia, Greece|
|04 Jun 08:00 - 12:30||Itea, Delphi, Greece|
|04 Jun 16:30 - 20:00||Nafpaktos, Greece|
|05 Jun 11:30 - 18:00||Ksamil, Albania, Butrint NP|
|07 Jun 08:30 - 17:00||Sousse, Tunisia|
|08 Jun 07:00 - 21:00||Porto Empedocle, Agrigento, Sicily Italy|
|09 Jun 07:00 - 17:00||Trapani, Sicily Italy|
|10 Jun 07:00 - 12:30||Cagliari, Sardinia Italy|
|11 Jun 07:00 - 19:00||Bejaia, Algeria|
|13 Jun 23:00 - 14 Jun 22:00||Seville, Spain|
|15 Jun 12:00 - 18:00||Portimao, Portugal|
|16 Jun 08:00 - 18:00||Lisbon, Portugal|
|17 Jun 09:00 - 16:00||Leixoes-Oporto, Portugal|
|18 Jun 08:30 - 19:00||La Coruna, Spain|
|20 Jun 07:00 - 18:00||Saint-Malo, France|
|21 Jun 07:00 - 19:45||Honfleur, France|
|23 Jun 01:45 - 24 Jun 14:00||London-Greenwich, England|
|25 Jun 13:30 - 19:00||Guernsey Island, St Peter Port, Channel Islands|
|26 Jun 07:00 - 12:00||St Mary's Island, Hugh Town, Scilly Isles, England|
|26 Jun 13:30 - 18:00||Tresco Island, Scilly Isles, England|
|27 Jun 06:00 - 12:30||Pembroke Dock, Wales|
|28 Jun 12:30 - 20:00||Isle of Iona, Scotland|
|29 Jun 05:30 - 17:00||Fort William, Scotland|
|30 Jun 08:00 - 16:00||St Kilda Islands, Scotland|
|02 Jul||Surtsey Island, Iceland|
|02 Jul 06:00 - 13:00||Heimaey Island, Iceland|
|03 Jul 07:30 - 16:00||Reykjavik, Iceland|
|05 Jul 06:30 - 11:00||Vigur Island, Iceland|
|06 Jul 07:00 - 23:00||Akureyri, Iceland, Lake Myvatn|
|08 Jul 06:00 - 12:00||Jan Mayen Island, Arctic Norway|
|10 Jul 08:00 - 13 Jul 19:00||Svalbard Islands, Arctic Norway|
|14 Jul 06:00 - 13:00||Bear Island, Bjornoya, Svalbard Norway|
|15 Jul 05:30 - 11:00||Gjesvaerstappan Islands, Storstappen, Norway|
|16 Jul||North Cape, Nordkapp, Norway|
|17 Jul 13:15 - 19:00||Skarsvag, Mageroya Island, Norway|
|18 Jul 09:30||Arriving in Tromso, Norway|
Also in 2021, the fleetmate Silver Whisper was planned to start from Fort Lauderdale Florida (January 7, 2021, departure) the "Finest World Tour 2021". The 150-day itinerary visited 54 ports/destinations in 34 different countries, ending in NYC New York.
Inaugural Antarctic itineraries 2018
The following table shows the ship's Inaugural Antarctica cruise (2018) from Argentina - 10-day roundtrip from Ushuaia. Prices started from ~USD 18500 pp (with double occupancy).
|Date / Time||Port|
|10 Jan||Departing from Ushuaia, Argentina|
|11-12 Jan||Drake Passage|
|13-14-15-16 Jan||Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica|
|17 Jan||South Shetland Islands, Antarctica|
|18-19 Jan||Drake Passage|
|20 Jan||Arriving in Ushuaia, Argentina|
Next table shows ship's Inaugural Arctic cruise (2018) from Norway - 12-day from Longyearbyen (Spitsbergen Island, Arctic Norway) to Kristiansund. Prices started from ~USD 11900 pp.
|Date / Time||Port|
|25 Jun||Departing from Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen Island, Norway|
|26-27-28-29-30 Jun||Svalbard Islands, Norway|
|01 Jul||Bjorkoya Island, Norway|
|02 Jul||Harstad, Hinnoya Island, Norway|
|03 Jul||Tysfjord, Kjopsvik, Norway|
|04 Jul||Norwegian Fjords|
|05 Jul||Vega Archipelago|
|06 Jul||Sunnfjord, Norway|
|06 Jul||Geiranger, Norway|
|07 Jul||Arriving in Kristiansund, Norway|
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