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Grand Mediterranean - Athens to Lisbon Cruise

  • Departure DateWed 30th Mar 2022
  • Silversea Silver Moon
  • 38 Night Cruise From Athens
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Itinerary

  • Athens
  • Santorini
  • Rhodes
  • Kusadasi
  • Dikili
  • Istanbul
  • Katakolon
  • Sarande
  • Kotor
  • Zadar, Croatia
  • Venice
  • Koper
  • Split
  • Bari
  • Malta
  • Giardini Naxos, Sicily
  • Palermo
  • Sorrento
  • Rome
  • Ajaccio
  • Florence/Pisa
  • Portofino
  • Monte Carlo
  • Marseille
  • Palamos
  • Barcelona
  • Palma De Mallorca
  • Valencia
  • Cartagena, Spain
  • Malaga
  • Cadiz
  • Lisbon

What's Included

  • Ultra-luxury, all-suite accommodation on board small intimate ships
  • Multiple restaurants with diverse cuisine & open-seating dining
  • Beverages in Suite and throughout the ship, including Champagne, select wines & Spirits
  • Soft Drinks including specialty coffees & bottled water
  • Gratuities
  • WiFi throughout the ship
  • 24-hour room service
  • Full Personalised Butler Service for every Suite
  • Overseas Shuttle Service at select destinations
  • Expedition activities and on-board expert lectures on expedition sailings
  • “Cruise with Confidence” - 30 Day Cancellation & Future Cruise Credit Protection
  • ABTA & ATOL Protection
  • All Port Taxes & Fees

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Day 1 - Athens

Arrive: Wed 30 March 2022 at 07:00 / Depart: Wed 30 March 2022 at 19:00

A city of legend, civilisation and enduring culture, Athens is a majestic and magical urban sprawl. Extraordinary elegance and grace combine with grit and graft in Greece's capital, where highways encase ruins from antiquity, and gleaming museums and galleries stand beside concrete sprayed with edgy street art. These contrasts enhance and elevate the wonders of this 2,500-year-old city, however, which can count notable contributions to philosophy, drama and democracy, among its global legacy. Piraeus' giant port and naval base welcome you to the edge of the Athens' urban area. From there it's a simple jaunt to the centre. The majestic ancient citadel of the Acropolis dominates an elevated platform and is a constant presence as you explore the city. The wonderful remains of the columned temple of the Parthenon - which date back to the 5th century BC - stand here, representing the pinnacle of classical architecture. The nearby Acropolis Museum adds context to your visit and frames the broad views from its giant glass windows. Or rise up Mount Lycabettus, to be rewarded with perhaps Athens' best panorama of the Acropolis sitting high over the city on its grand stage. See the marble horseshoe of the Old Olympic Stadium, where the first modern Olympics were held in 1896, for more of the city's enduring legacy. Elsewhere, golden beaches and temples stretch out along the coastline, should you wish to explore a little further afield. Coffee is an art form to the Greeks, and it's an unwritten rule that coffee time must never be rushed. So prepare to settle down for a couple of hours and lose yourself in a good chat. Feeling hungry - try traditional souvlaki made with sauces handed from generation to generation.

Day 2 - Santorini

Arrive: Thu 31 March 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Thu 31 March 2022 at 19:00

Of all the Cyclades Islands, Santorini is often considered the most dramatic. Once an active volcano, in approximately 1620 BC, the volcano erupted with such force that the center of the island literally exploded, leaving a submerged crater. The island's small villages were preserved in the ashes giving a fascinating view of everyday life from 3,600 years ago. Santorini's landscape offsets its simple buildings, which shine in the brilliant sunlight. The rich volcanic soil is ideal for grapes and the local vines produce a crop known for its "special volcanic taste."

Day 3 - Rhodes

Arrive: Fri 01 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Fri 01 April 2022 at 19:00

Located only seven miles from the Turkish coast, Rhodes is one of Greece's favored vacation centers. In ancient times, the entrance to its harbor featured a celebrated landmark, the Colossus of Rhodes. The 105-foot statue rose from a 35-foot stone base and was considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Rhodes was an important cultural center with a well-known School of Rhetoric attended by such historical figures as Cicero and Caesar. From a school for sculptors came the famous Laocoon group, which is now in the Vatican Museum. Rhodes' most famous attractions originated with the Knights of St. John, who occupied parts of the island from 1308 to 1522. As their legacy they left a medieval town, dominated by the Palace of the Grand Masters and the Knights' Hospital. The Old Town is encircled by one of the best-preserved walls in Europe. In addition to buildings that showcase the legacy of the Knights of St. John, there are plenty of shops and dining opportunities throughout the Old Town.

Day 4 - Kusadasi

Arrive: Sat 02 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Sat 02 April 2022 at 23:00

Since the late 1970s, Kusadasi has grown from a fishing village into a sprawling tourist center, serving thousands of visitors who flock here to visit the nearby ruins of Ephesus. Despite an incredible building boom and an influx of shops, Kusadasi has managed to retain much of its original charm. The major attraction remains the archaeological site of ancient Ephesus, considered to be the most important one in all of Turkey. The history of this ancient city dates as far back as the 10th century BC. Many of the remarkable structures seen today are the result of an extraordinary excavation and restoration program. As you walk along the white marble road, grooved by ancient chariot wheels, the two-story Library of Celsus presents a striking sight. In addition, there are temples, houses of noblemen and community buildings lining the ancient streets. Nestled into the mountainside is the 25,000-seat amphitheater, still used today for performances during the Festival of Culture and Art.

Day 5 - Dikili

Arrive: Sun 03 April 2022 at 09:00 / Depart: Sun 03 April 2022 at 18:00

With 40 kilometres of shore, arrival in Dikili is like arriving in an Aegean postcard. Not only is it boast blue flag beaches, limpid turquoise seas and healing waters (the town’s thermal springs are world famous), but a good deal of historical texture as well. This will come as great news for history fans. The ancient and as yet unexplored sites of Aterneus and Pitane are located nearby, and the region boasts deep roots to civilisations including the Persian and Roman empires. A superb example of this can seen by visiting the Çandarl? Castle, built by the Genovese in the 14th century with stones that date back to the 2nd century BC. The town also has some Arab heritage, and the local Merkez mosque is a rare example of a construction that uses no nails. Dikili remains one of the more undiscovered ports on the Turkish Riviera, which is surprising as it is bursting with authenticity and charm. Thus, amid the colourful shops selling the typical tourist fare, you can still find glimpses of the real Turkey. Be on the lookout for artisanal handicrafts such as leather goods, painted ceramic and, of course, carpets. The food is also some of the best in the world; try a mezze for a taste sensation to remember. The town is located opposite Lesbos, and ferries operate daily to and from the Greek island. Izmir, with its compelling tapestry of monuments, bazaars and superb art and history museum (not to mention a lovely promenade), is also nearby. Both places take about an hour and a half to reach from port.

Day 6 - Istanbul

Arrive: Mon 04 April 2022 at 13:00

A chaotic, colossal collision of east and west – start your day in Europe and end it in Asia, all without breaking a sweat. Sprawling across two continents, the city has been toed, froed and yanked between countless civilisations over its history, leaving a multi-layered, majestic tapestry of culture to untangle. An army of narrow minarets puncture the skyline, while the soaring towers of palaces and labyrinths of bazaars - where bargains are the reward for brave hagglers - fill up this dynamic city of 15 million people. View less With a rich portfolio of Byzantine and Ottoman architecture, Istanbul enjoys one of the world's most dynamic skylines and has an intense, infectious energy. The vast Aya Sofya is the starting point for exploring this huge city's deep wealth of cultural treasures. Built in the 6th century as a Greek Orthodox church, it was later transformed into an Ottoman imperial mosque – and latterly a museum. Cast your eyes up to take in the full scale of the colossal dome, one of the world's largest, which floats on a magnificent bed of light. See the Blue Mosque, with its glorious blue ?znik tiles, or head to the Galata Tower which was once the tallest structure in Istanbul, and is ideal for a panoramic view of the city. Grab handfuls of dates and spices, shop for jewellery and patterned fabrics as you're swallowed whole by the Grand Bazaar - one of the world's biggest and busiest covered indoor markets. To understand Istanbul is to visit its kahvehans. Few rituals are taken as seriously as Turkish coffee - prepared to be incredibly strong. Sweeten the aftertaste with Turkish delight, or baklava – try the smooth pistachio version called kuru baklava.

Day 7 - Istanbul

Depart: Tue 05 April 2022 at 18:00

A chaotic, colossal collision of east and west – start your day in Europe and end it in Asia, all without breaking a sweat. Sprawling across two continents, the city has been toed, froed and yanked between countless civilisations over its history, leaving a multi-layered, majestic tapestry of culture to untangle. An army of narrow minarets puncture the skyline, while the soaring towers of palaces and labyrinths of bazaars - where bargains are the reward for brave hagglers - fill up this dynamic city of 15 million people. View less With a rich portfolio of Byzantine and Ottoman architecture, Istanbul enjoys one of the world's most dynamic skylines and has an intense, infectious energy. The vast Aya Sofya is the starting point for exploring this huge city's deep wealth of cultural treasures. Built in the 6th century as a Greek Orthodox church, it was later transformed into an Ottoman imperial mosque – and latterly a museum. Cast your eyes up to take in the full scale of the colossal dome, one of the world's largest, which floats on a magnificent bed of light. See the Blue Mosque, with its glorious blue ?znik tiles, or head to the Galata Tower which was once the tallest structure in Istanbul, and is ideal for a panoramic view of the city. Grab handfuls of dates and spices, shop for jewellery and patterned fabrics as you're swallowed whole by the Grand Bazaar - one of the world's biggest and busiest covered indoor markets. To understand Istanbul is to visit its kahvehans. Few rituals are taken as seriously as Turkish coffee - prepared to be incredibly strong. Sweeten the aftertaste with Turkish delight, or baklava – try the smooth pistachio version called kuru baklava.

Day 8 - Cruise the Dardanelles

Day 9 - Katakolon

Arrive: Thu 07 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Thu 07 April 2022 at 18:00

The tiny port of Katakolon serves primarily as the starting point for an excursion to the archaeological site of ancient Olympia. Adjacent to the port is the small village of Katakolon with a few souvenir shops and typical local restaurants. Ancient Olympia, the great Panhellenic sanctuary, is located 21 miles from the port. The site of ancient Olympia spreads out at the foot of wooded Mount Kronos. Excavations began in 1875; they are considered one of archaeology's great achievements. A direct consequence was the revival of the Olympic Games by Baron Pierre de Coubertin. Today's visitors walk among the ruins and reflect on their significance. Don't miss the site where the Olympic flame is lit even today for the modern games.

Day 10 - Sarande

Arrive: Fri 08 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Fri 08 April 2022 at 18:00

Day 11 - Kotor

Arrive: Sat 09 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Sat 09 April 2022 at 14:00

Embedded into the slopes of the steep Lov?en mountain, and overlooking the deep blue Adriatic, the fortified town of Kotor boasts a spectacular, imposing staging that few can match. Squeezing in through the tight Bay of Kotor is a daunting and impressive approach in itself, as you arrive via the waterway of Europe’s most southerly fjord. A pearl of Montenegro and the Adriatic, Kotor's warren-like streets drip with history and authenticity. View less Under Venetian influence for four centuries, the city's UNESCO World Heritage Site old town invites you to wander amid atmospheric stone-clad streets, overlooked by a sea of terracotta roofs and the double towers of the cathedral. Protected by thick stone walls - and the mountains behind - Kotor draws comparisons with another fortified Adriatic wonder in Dubrovnik. Many favour Kotor for its compact layout, smaller crowds, and authenticity, however - having been spared from shelling during Yugoslavia's breakup. The tightknit streets here are patrolled by a slinking population of feline residents, who were adopted as the town’s mascots, after being left behind by transient trader ships. Learn of the city's extensive heritage on the waves, in the dedicated maritime museum that is contained within Grgurina Palace. Pick your way through tight alleys of workshops and studios, walking below fresh laundry strung from windows, before settling into shiny, paved piazzas for an afternoon coffee or seafood meal. If you’re up for an aerobic challenge, tackle the 1,350 steps up the steep walls to St John's fortress. The views over the gorgeous bay make the arduous slog worth it, as you rise past the city's eye-catching 15th-century church bell tower.

Day 12 - Zadar, Croatia

Arrive: Sun 10 April 2022 at 09:00 / Depart: Sun 10 April 2022 at 18:00

Croatia’s Capital of Cool, Zadar is a dazzling mesh of influences and creativity. Romans founded the city before the Venetians, Austrians, French and Italians all had their say, leaving a wealth of architectural interest. Glorious turquoise-water beaches and heavenly waterfalls also lie within easy reach of this energetic city of festivals and outdoor fun. See the old town, with its robust city walls, boasting decorative stone gateways and marble streets. View less The church of St Donatus, was built from stones pillaged from the Roman forum, while Zadar Cathedral - Dalmatia's biggest - stands among the many architectural treats of this city, which was once an impenetrable stronghold of Venice’s republic. Head for the ‘pillar of shame’ with its chains to humiliate the criminals of a bygone time - or succumb to the tempting treats of shopping in the market. The sparkling Adriatic’s waters calls you, and Kolovare Beach is a mere ten-minute stroll from the old town. A day trip to Kornat National Park - which incorporates the Zadar Archipelago's immaculate scattering of beach-fringed islands - or to the divine waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes National Park, will introduce you to more of Croatia’s thrilling natural beauty. The sea truly does sing here in Zadar, thanks to a unique waterfront artwork, which encapsulates the city’s playful spirit. Designed to make music when the waves wash over it, the ebb and flow of the Adriatic, plays the Sea Organ instrument like a maestro. Not far away, the Monument to the Sun is a 22-metre-wide disc, which gathers the sun’s rays during the sunny days, and releases the solar energy in the form of a magical light show after dark. Sit and admire the artwork coming to life, as one of the city’s famous sunsets plays out before you.

Day 13 - Venice

Arrive: Mon 11 April 2022 at 07:00

Losing none of its allure over the years, this floating city of canals, bridges and masks is a place of eternal beauty and enduring elegance. The lagoon of more than 100 islands is a heavenly sight, transporting visitors on a journey through time - from its Roman inception, through centuries of trade to the modern face we see today. Navigate Venice’s sparkling waterways by romantic gondola, or on cruises along wide canal boulevards. View less Span the Grand Canal over its iconic original crossing, the Rialto Bridge, which - with its parade of tiny shops - gives some of the city’s most endearing views. If the crowds unsettle you at any point, take two turns away from the main thoroughfares to find peace alone, amid the city's labyrinth of tiny streets. Hurry to Piazza San Marco to be immersed in Venice’s elegant glory. Basilica San Marco transports you back to the wealthy days of the Doges, who ruled for over 1,000 years. Initially their private chapel, it’s now decorated with beautiful Byzantine mosaics. Nearby the Campanile di San Marco bell tower offers views over the higgledy-piggledy rooftops of times gone by. Just a hop skip and a jump around the corner is the Doge’s Palace, where the levels of opulence ramp up even further. Justice was meted out in this stunning Palace, with the guilty walking to the cells across the covered Bridge of Sighs. Vaporetto trips to local islands offer even more adventures to float your boat, whether it’s Murano with its world-famous glass, Torcello with its amazing Cathedrals, or Burano with its handmade lace and delightfully colourful painted houses.

Day 14 - Venice

Depart: Tue 12 April 2022 at 19:00

Losing none of its allure over the years, this floating city of canals, bridges and masks is a place of eternal beauty and enduring elegance. The lagoon of more than 100 islands is a heavenly sight, transporting visitors on a journey through time - from its Roman inception, through centuries of trade to the modern face we see today. Navigate Venice’s sparkling waterways by romantic gondola, or on cruises along wide canal boulevards. View less Span the Grand Canal over its iconic original crossing, the Rialto Bridge, which - with its parade of tiny shops - gives some of the city’s most endearing views. If the crowds unsettle you at any point, take two turns away from the main thoroughfares to find peace alone, amid the city's labyrinth of tiny streets. Hurry to Piazza San Marco to be immersed in Venice’s elegant glory. Basilica San Marco transports you back to the wealthy days of the Doges, who ruled for over 1,000 years. Initially their private chapel, it’s now decorated with beautiful Byzantine mosaics. Nearby the Campanile di San Marco bell tower offers views over the higgledy-piggledy rooftops of times gone by. Just a hop skip and a jump around the corner is the Doge’s Palace, where the levels of opulence ramp up even further. Justice was meted out in this stunning Palace, with the guilty walking to the cells across the covered Bridge of Sighs. Vaporetto trips to local islands offer even more adventures to float your boat, whether it’s Murano with its world-famous glass, Torcello with its amazing Cathedrals, or Burano with its handmade lace and delightfully colourful painted houses.

Day 15 - Koper

Arrive: Wed 13 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Wed 13 April 2022 at 19:00

Koper is a port city in Slovenia, on the country's Adriatic coastline. Its medieval old town centers around Titov Trg, a square with Venetian-influenced landmarks such as the Praetorian Palace and a Gothic-style loggia, while nearby Da Ponte Fountain is a replica of Venice's famed Rialto Bridge

Day 16 - Split

Arrive: Thu 14 April 2022 at 13:00 / Depart: Thu 14 April 2022 at 19:00

Split is a busy port with numerous ferries operating to and from nearby islands. It is also a popular resort with beaches, pleasant promenades and good hotels. Venetian Gothic and Renaissance houses and several medieval churches add architectural interest. As a major cultural center, Split does not lack in museums and art galleries. However, the city's principal attraction is Diocletian's Palace. It occupies an area of 34,680 square yards and was constructed to serve as a residence and a fortified military camp. By the Middle Ages, the palace had been enclosed within a strong wall with square corner towers, enclosing a town with narrow house-lined alleys. As the city grew, people gradually moved outside the walls and the city center shifted westward.

Day 17 - Bari

Arrive: Fri 15 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Fri 15 April 2022 at 23:00

Bari, capital of the province of Apulia, lies on southern Italy's Adriatic coast. Its busy port is a leading commercial and industrial centre as well as a transit point for travellers catching ferries across the Adriatic to Greece. Bari comprises a new and an old town. To the north, on a promontory between the old and new harbours, lies the picturesque old town, or Citta Vecchia, with a maze of narrow, crooked streets. To the south is the spacious and regularly planned new town, which has developed considerably since 1930, when the Levant Fair was first held here. The heart of the modern town is Piazza della Liberta. The busy thoroughfare, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, separates the new town from the old. At the eastern end of the Corso begins the Lungomare Nazario Sauro, a magnificent seafront promenade that runs along the old harbour. Bari and the Apulian region were long recognized for their strategic location, attracting a succession of colonizers such as the Normans, Moors and Spaniards, each leaving their mark. Romanesque churches and powerful castles built by 13th-century Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II of Swabia are among the most impressive buildings in the region. Bari's Basilica of San Nicola became famous as the final resting place of St. Nicholas (Santa Claus). According to local tradition, sailors from Bari went to Myra in Turkey, stole the saint's remains and brought them back to Bari. St. Nicholas was the popular bishop of Myra, who was revered as the patron of sailors, virgins and children. In addition to unspoiled scenery and historical sites, Apulia is also known for its hearty cuisine that has evolved from more than 2,000 years of foreign influences. While not as famous as other areas in Italy, Bari and its surrounding region hold many surprise attractions that make it well worth exploring this ancient land and its capital at the heel of Italy's boot.

Day 18 - At Sea

Day 19 - Malta

Arrive: Sun 17 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Sun 17 April 2022 at 22:00

Perched high on the imposing Sciberras Peninsula, Valletta immediately presents its massive, protective walls and vertical bastions to visitors arriving by sea. Rising to 47 metres in places, the fortifications protect lavish palaces, grand domes and illustrious gardens. Built by the Knights of St John on the narrow peninsular, Valletta is a compact, richly historical treasure trove of Baroque wonders. Ascend to reach the restful, flower-filled Upper Barrakka Gardens, where cannons fire and boom in salute at noon each day, sending echoing cracks of noise out across the waves below. View less Recognised as 2018’s European Capital of Culture, Valletta is a fascinating and dense haven of history and intrigue. A busy, bustling capital, the breathtaking St John’s Cathedral - commissioned in 1572 - is almost concealed among its narrow streets. The relatively modest exterior is counterpointed by a staggeringly opulent, gold-leaf bathed interior, containing a Caravaggio masterpiece - the shadowy vision of the Beheading of St John. Cinematic and magnificent, Valletta has served as a filming location for Game of Thrones - but real epic history abounds on this rocky isle too. From the prehistoric and megalithic sites of the Hypogeum of Paola and Tarxien, to the fascinating War Museum at Fort St Elmo. Mdina also waits nearby, and the former medieval capital is a striking contrast to the island’s main city. Cars are barred from its streets, and it offers endlessly atmospheric old-time wanders. With a strategic positioning in the Mediterranean, Malta is a jewel that many have wrestled for over the centuries. Independence from Britain was finally achieved in 1964, but the close allegiance remains evident, with English recognised as an official language, cars driving on the left, and red post boxes and telephone gleaming in Malta’s sunshine.

Day 20 - Giardini Naxos, Sicily

Arrive: Mon 18 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Mon 18 April 2022 at 18:00

Hugging a long, sweeping bay, Giardini Naxos welcomes you ashore to some of Sicily’s most scenic and historic sites. Naxos was the first Greek settlement on Sicily, and it is surrounded by remarkable remains and swirling mythology. With a long arc of sun-soaked golden sand, you can kick back by the waves - and cool off with a dip into the sea's refreshing embrace. Up above the seaside revelry, the spectacular Taormina hillside town perches - containing rich Roman and Greek history. View less Visit to encounter one of Sicily’s best views, as you look down over the rejuvenating blue of the sea, and the looming backdrop of Mount Etna rising in the distance. The majestic, honey-coloured Greek theatre is a highlight, standing before the distant loom of the volcano. Head towards the puffs of cloud, and wisps of smoke, that gather around the peak of Sicily’s mighty volcano, which is among the most active in Europe. Arrive through vineyards, thriving in this fertile soil, before taking the 1,737-metre incline to the summit of the legendary mountain of fire, across fields of solidified lava flows. Known to the Greeks as the home of the God of Fire, and the one-eyed Cyclops, the mountain continues to amaze and awe with its restless power. Vineyards carpet the scenery - interrupted by occasional cactai and citrus groves – and produce some of Sicily’s most refined flavors. Enjoy a glass of wine on Giardini Naxos’ seafront, and toast your time on these rich Sicilian shores.

Day 21 - Palermo

Arrive: Tue 19 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Tue 19 April 2022 at 23:00

The capital of Sicily is situated on a crescent-shaped bay on the island's north coast. Once the intellectual capital of southern Europe, Palermo has always been at the crossroads of civilization. Due to its favourable location, Sicily's most interesting city has attracted almost every people and culture touching the Mediterranean world. Its most unique characteristic is a harmonious blend of Arab-Norman cultures mixed with Byzantine and Jewish elements, which created some unforgettable and resplendent works of art. Phoenician traders first colonized Palermo in the 6th-century BC, but it was the Carthaginians, who built the important fortress here that caught the covetous eye of the Romans. After the first Punic War, the Romans took control of the city in the 3rd-century BC. Following several invasions by the Vandals, Sicily was settled by Arabs, who made the country an emirate and Palermo a showpiece capital that rivalled in splendour both Cordoba and Cairo. The city became a magical place of palaces and mosques, minarets and palm trees. In the 11th-century Palermo was conquered by the Norman ruler, Roger de Hauteville. During the Normans' hundred-year occupation, the city experienced a remarkable period of enlightenment and a flourishing of the arts. Counting a population of more than 300,000, Palermo became the centre of Norman rule and one of the most important trading centres between East and West. Eventually, Palermo was incorporated into the “Kingdom of the Two Sicilies” under the Swabian ruler Frederick II, known as the Holy Roman Emperor. After the bloody Sicilian Vespers uprising in 1282, the Spanish took control and brought the Inquisition to Palermo. Some historians believe that the nature of the Inquisition helped foster the protective secret societies that eventually evolved into the Mafia. Today, visitors can still experience the legacy of Palermo's rich past. Great Arab-Norman buildings include the Cappella Palatina, La Martorana, San Giovanni degli Eremiti and, a few miles outside the city, the Cathedral of Monreale. Palermo's bustling streets and animated markets give the town an Oriental feel. The Quattro Canti, or Four Corners, is the monumental crossroads laid out in 1608-1620 at the central intersection of the four longest and straightest streets of the city. North of Piazza Castelnuovo lie the avenues of the new city. Most sights are scattered along three major streets: Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Via Maqueda and Via Roma. A vigorous metropolis with a strong historical profile, Palermo is packed with interesting sights, which make it an enriching and enjoyable place to explore.

Day 22 - Sorrento

Arrive: Wed 20 April 2022 at 12:00

Set high atop the Mediterranean cliffs, Sorrento is a town of extraordinary beauty that has endured as a favoured resort for centuries. In addition to its own attractions, Sorrento is also known as a popular gateway to Pompeii, Italy's most celebrated classical ruins. They offer a look at the finest example of a Roman town and its way of life, presented to modern eyes by excavation. The ever-popular Isle of Capri is just a short distance from Sorrento by jet-foil. It ranks as one of Italy's most beautiful islands and has captured the fancy of visitors for centuries. Its excellent year-round climate, spectacular landscape and fantastic sea caverns ensure a never-ending stream of tourists. In addition, the island boasts lavish villas, elegant hotels, chic boutiques and quaint restaurants, making it easy to understand why Capri has become so popular. Discover the charm of Sorrento, enjoy the famous archaeological sites and breathtaking scenery of the Amalfi Drive, or sit in a shady sidewalk café with an espresso or a cold drink and savour the local ambiance.

Day 23 - Sorrento

Depart: Thu 21 April 2022 at 18:00

Set high atop the Mediterranean cliffs, Sorrento is a town of extraordinary beauty that has endured as a favoured resort for centuries. In addition to its own attractions, Sorrento is also known as a popular gateway to Pompeii, Italy's most celebrated classical ruins. They offer a look at the finest example of a Roman town and its way of life, presented to modern eyes by excavation. The ever-popular Isle of Capri is just a short distance from Sorrento by jet-foil. It ranks as one of Italy's most beautiful islands and has captured the fancy of visitors for centuries. Its excellent year-round climate, spectacular landscape and fantastic sea caverns ensure a never-ending stream of tourists. In addition, the island boasts lavish villas, elegant hotels, chic boutiques and quaint restaurants, making it easy to understand why Capri has become so popular. Discover the charm of Sorrento, enjoy the famous archaeological sites and breathtaking scenery of the Amalfi Drive, or sit in a shady sidewalk café with an espresso or a cold drink and savour the local ambiance.

Day 24 - Rome

Arrive: Fri 22 April 2022 at 07:00 / Depart: Fri 22 April 2022 at 19:00

Your gateway to the Eternal City, Civitavecchia has served as Rome's seaport since the 13th century. The port has a long and venerable history. The emperor Trajan built a pleasure villa near the modern city, while Bernini and Michelangelo designed the harbor fortifications. Yet the Eternal City eternally beckons. The ancient capital of the Western World and the center of Christianity for nearly 2,000 years, Rome provides an inexhaustible feast. Visit the ruins of the Forum, view the splendors of the Sistine Chapel, or climb the Spanish Steps, once the heart of Rome's Bohemian Quarter. Rome has been a magnet luring the world's greatest artists, architects, and philosophers since the days of the Caesars.

Day 25 - Ajaccio

Arrive: Sat 23 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Sat 23 April 2022 at 18:00

Ajaccio is Corsica's largest town. As such, it retains the image of a typical French Mediterranean resort - palm trees, street cafés and a marina full of yachts from around the world. Set in a magnificent bay with a shadowy mountain range as a scenic backdrop, its first image is of yellow-toned buildings and a majestic citadel. Ajaccio also serves as a popular departure point for trips into Corsica's rugged interior

Day 26 - Florence/Pisa

Arrive: Sun 24 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Sun 24 April 2022 at 23:00

Livorno is a port city on the Ligurian Sea on the western coast of Tuscany, Italy. It is the capital ... to add the four moors to the pedestal; the first two statues were fused in Florence in 1622 and carried on the barges along the Arno to Livorno

Day 27 - Portofino

Arrive: Mon 25 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Mon 25 April 2022 at 19:00

Bronzed and beautiful visitors enjoy the unique ambiance, chic boutiques and quaint cafés that overlook the small yacht harbor and line the narrow, cobbled streets. Others explore along the coastline, where tiny villages are tucked away in hidden coves. Don't miss out on practically everyone's favorite pastime - people-watching while sitting in one of the outdoor cafés, sipping a campari or enjoying a cappuccino. The boutiques and designer shops are only a stone's throw away, tempting prospective buyers with chic resort wear and Italian designer clothing (be aware that not all shops may be open on Sunday).

Day 28 - Monte Carlo

Arrive: Tue 26 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Tue 26 April 2022 at 22:00

The independent principality of Monaco is famous as the playground of the Côte d'Azur. With sandy beaches, elegant hotels and a vibrant nightlife, this tiny domain is a favourite haunt of the jet set. In the possession of the Grimaldi family for more then 700 years, treaties with France guarantee Monaco's independence. The population of the fashionable enclave is 32,000 citizens, for an area smaller than New York's Central Park, but it boasts some of the most expensive real estate in the world. In addition to its luxury hotels and beautiful beaches, Monaco is noted for its mild climate and magnificent scenery. Once an exclusive wintering stop for Europe's aristocracy and royalty, today there are more than 5 million visitors annually. Of the principality's four sections - La Condamine, Fontvieille, Monaco-Ville and Monte Carlo, the latter two rank highest on every visitor's must-see list. In Monte Carlo, the Grand Casino and Opera is perhaps Monaco's most outstanding attraction. For more than a century, the principality's livelihood was centred beneath the copper roof of this splendid establishment. The resemblance to the Paris Opera House is less than accidental since they share the same architect, Charles Garnier. Also facing the square are the famed Hotel de Paris and the more modest Café de Paris. Monte Carlo spells sophistication; it is the epitome of elegance and glamour. Year after year, the rich and famous of business and entertainment gather here to bask in the sun, gamble at the world's most opulent casino and attend spectacular parties. Nothing typifies more the elegant lifestyle of the Côte d'Azur than glamorous Monte Carlo. Situated on a rocky peninsula, Monaco-Ville comprises the old town and the seat of Monaco's government. Narrow streets lead to the Prince's Palace high above the sea. The 19th-century Romanesque cathedral contains impressive works of art and the tombs of Princess Grace and Prince Rainer III, while the Parliament building and the Oceanographic Museum offer additional points of interest. As if Monaco's splendid attributes weren't enough, the surrounding areas with their incredibly beautiful scenery are additional attractions.

Day 29 - Marseille

Arrive: Wed 27 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Wed 27 April 2022 at 19:00

Today, Marseille is the country's most important seaport and the largest one in the Mediterranean. The city is divided into 16 arrondissements fanning out from the Old Port. The large industrial port area virtually rubs shoulders with the intimate, picturesque old harbor, the Vieux Port. Packed with fishing boats and pleasure crafts, this is the heart of Marseille. Two fortresses guard the entrance to the harbor: Fort Saint Nicolas and, across the water, Fort Saint Jean.

Day 30 - Palamos

Arrive: Thu 28 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Thu 28 April 2022 at 18:00

One of the best ways to arrive in Catalonia is by sea, especially via the Costa Brava. This coastline, also known as the Rugged or Wild Coast, stretches from Blanes to the French border. Its name aptly refers to the steep cliff of ancient twisted rocks, which runs its entire length and is bounded inland by the Catalan mountain ranges. The intensity of the coast's colour, the ruggedness of the rocks and the scent of the plants all combine to add to its attraction. The port of Palamos, some 36 miles northeast of Barcelona, has been in existence for nearly 700 years thanks to its location on one of the deepest natural bays in the western Mediterranean. The town itself is the southernmost of a series of resorts popular with sun worshippers. For the most part, Palamos has managed to retain some of the charm of a fishing village. The port also serves as a gateway to such inland locations as Girona, the capital of the province. Art lovers may want to visit Figueras, famous for its bizarre Teatre-Museu Dali, the foremost of a series of sites associated with the eccentric surrealist artist, Salvador Dali.

Day 31 - Barcelona

Arrive: Fri 29 April 2022 at 07:00 / Depart: Fri 29 April 2022 at 19:00

The infinite variety of street life, the nooks and crannies of the medieval Barri Gòtic, the ceramic tile and stained glass of Art Nouveau facades, the art and music, the throb of street life, the food (ah, the food!)—one way or another, Barcelona will find a way to get your full attention. The capital of Catalonia is a banquet for the senses, with its beguiling mix of ancient and modern architecture, tempting cafés and markets, and sun-drenched Mediterranean beaches. A stroll along La Rambla and through waterfront Barceloneta, as well as a tour of Gaudí's majestic Sagrada Famíliaand his other unique creations, are part of a visit to Spain's second-largest city. Modern art museums and chic shops call for attention, too. Barcelona's vibe stays lively well into the night, when you can linger over regional wine and cuisine at buzzing tapas bars.

Day 32 - Palma De Mallorca

Arrive: Sat 30 April 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Sat 30 April 2022 at 18:00

The Balearics are comprised of 16 islands; the three principal ones are Mallorca, Ibiza and Minorca. Carthaginians, Romans, Vandals and Arabs have invaded these islands over the centuries. Ruins show evidence of the prehistoric Talayot civilization, a megalithic culture that flourished here between 1500 BC and the Roman conquest. Today the islands are besieged by invaders of a different sort - hordes of tourists. Lying 60 miles (97 km) off the Spanish mainland, the islands' lush and rugged landscape combined with an extremely mild, sunny climate proves irresistible, especially to northern Europeans. As a result, the Balearics boast cosmopolitan resorts with lively nightlife and plenty of sports activities. Mallorca (also spelled Majorca) is the largest of the islands, with an area of more than 1,400 square miles (3626 sq.km). The scenery is magnificent, with cliffs along indented shorelines jutting out of the sea and mountain ranges sheltering the plains from harsh sea breezes. The fertile plain in the centre is covered with almond and fig trees plus olive groves with some trees more than 1,000 years old. Tall pines, junipers and oaks line the mountain slopes. Palma de Mallorca is the capital of the archipelago. A cosmopolitan city with sophisticated shops and restaurants, it also offers buildings of spectacular Moorish and Gothic architecture. In the western part of Mallorca, nestled into the mountains, lies the village of Valldemosa. It is known for its Carthusian Monastery where Frédéric Chopin and George Sand spent the winter of 1838-39.

Day 33 - Valencia

Arrive: Sun 01 May 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Sun 01 May 2022 at 18:00

Valencia is Spain's third largest city and capital of the region. It was originally founded by the Romans on the banks of the river Turia in 138 BC. In 711 AD the Moors arrived and converted the area into a rich agricultural and industrial center, establishing ceramics, paper, silk and leather industries. Muslim rule was briefly interrupted in 1094 by the legendary Castillian knight, El Cid. Valencia boomed in the 15th and 16th centuries, becoming one of the strongest Mediterranean trading centers. Valencia is a vibrant, friendly and chaotic city that boasts an outstanding fine arts museum and one of the most exciting nightlife scenes in Spain. The city center is about 3 miles inland from the coast. Plaza del Ayuntamiento marks the center of Valencia. Surrounded by flower stalls, it is also home to the town hall and the main post office. The cathedral was begun in the 13th century and finished in 1482. It has many architectural styles, including Gothic, Baroque and Romanesque. The octagonal bell-tower, called Miguelete, is one of the city's landmarks. The small cathedral museum boasts a tabernacle made from 550 pounds of gold, silver, platinum, emeralds and sapphires. It also purports to be the home of the Holy Grail, the cup used by Christ at the Last Supper. West of the cathedral is the oldest part of the city, known as El Carme. Situated across the river in the Jardines del Real is the Museo de Bellas Artes, the Fine Arts Museum. Works include those by El Greco, Goya and Velázquez.

Day 34 - Cartagena, Spain

Arrive: Mon 02 May 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Mon 02 May 2022 at 18:00

On the crossroads of mighty cultures, this Murcian port has endless ancient stories to share. A valuable natural harbour attracted many civilisations to this sun-bathed, southeasterly setting - following its foundation by the Carthaginians in 227 BC. Blending the imprints left by countless cultures on this global junction, the presence of everyone from the Vandals to the Phoenicians and Moors can be felt as you explore, walking between ruins and celebrated modernist architecture along Calle Mayor. Cartagena is crowned by the soaring Castillo de la Concepcion - rise to the stout castle aboard a panoramic lift. Inside, look through reams of archaeological treasures, or admire the rolling views down over the port and across the waters. Watch out for the electric blue peacocks who strut flamboyantly. Cartagena's emergence as a visitor destination coincided with a stunning discovery in 1988 - the bowl of a gloriously preserved Roman Theatre. Enter to sit among the grandiose ancient venue, so evocative, you can't help but imagine the historic performances that have graced its stage. Wander the breezy waterfront, looking across the narrow strait towards Africa's distant haze, and spotting gleaming warships. Cartagena's perfect harbour means it has been one of Spain's oldest strategic navy positions since the 16th century. Settle to enjoy the joys of tapas in lively bars - sampling crisped paella, squid and honeyed-aubergine. Easter's Semana Santa festivities are typically lively here, as hooded processions, lavish floats and sombre fiery displays roll through the streets.

Day 35 - Malaga

Arrive: Tue 03 May 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Tue 03 May 2022 at 19:00

Bathing in the sunshine coast’s stunning subtropical climate, and laying out endless spectacular beaches, it’s no surprise that Malaga is one of Spain’s most popular cities. The already impressive cultural appeal of this holiday city has skyrocketed over recent years, and with a storied old town and Moorish fortifications, Malaga has a lot to offer. Nearby, you can recline on the renowned beaches of the Costa del Sol, or venture inland to discover the Moorish treasures of Granada and Cordoba. View less La Malagueta beach is Malaga’s spacious urban beach, perfect for a sunbathe and a dip in the warm water, before enjoying seaside cocktails or seafood tapas in the restaurants nearby. Malaga and the Costa del Sol may be best known for glorious weather and beaches, but Malaga can now stake a genuine claim as an artistic powerhouse too. Visit the renowned Picasso museum – housed in the artist’s birthplace – before exploring the freshly opened outpost of the Pompidou Centre. The art also spills out onto the streets in the colourful Soho district – splashed with vibrant street paintings. Known as La Manquita – or the one-armed woman – the city’s cathedral rises over the historic old town. Its huge bell tower stands tall, but an accompanying second tower was never completed - hence the nickname. The Alcazaba fortress palace looms over the waterfront and forms a spectacularly preserved remnant from the era when the Moors controlled the Andalucía region. Discover more of the Arabic influence by visiting Granada’s Alhambra palace, or Cordoba’s La Mezquita mosque. Together with Seville’s converted cathedral, the cities form Andalucía’s Golden Triangle of Moorish wonders.

Day 36 - Cadiz

Arrive: Wed 04 May 2022 at 08:00

More than a hundred watchtowers gaze out across the waves surrounding this ancient Andalusian city. Sprinkled with evocative cobbled side streets, you’ll explore 3,000 years’ worth of history, while stumbling across palm-tree lined plazas of shaded coffee sippers. Cadiz claims the mantle of Western Europe’s oldest city, and every piece of architecture - and every wrong turn - offers a chance to discover fascinating new tales. Founded by the Phoenicians in 1100BC, Christopher Columbus used the city as a base for his exploratory, map-defining voyages of 1493 and 1502. The port grew in importance and wealth as Cadiz’s strategic location close to Africa’s northern tip helped it blossom into a centre for New World trade. Catedral de Cádiz, is a display of the city’s wealth and importance, looming spectacularly over the Atlantic’s waves, with cawing seagulls sweeping between its twin bell towers. Inside, treasures from the city’s trading exploits in the West Indies and beyond - which helped fuel the growth of this historically prosperous city – are on display. Enveloped by ocean on almost every side, Cadiz has something of an island feel, and you can cool off from southern Spain’s unrelenting sunshine on the sweeping golden sand beach of Playa Victoria. The two towers of the new El Puente de la Constitución de 1812 mark a contemporary landmark in this most ancient of cities, in the form of a spectacular new road bridge. Torre Tavira, meanwhile, is the most famous of Cadiz’s army of watchtowers, and the highest point in the city. Reach the top for a view of the ocean fringing the city’s expanse, and to learn about the towers - constructed so trading merchants could survey the harbour from their lavish homes. The Central Market is a chaotic place of bartering, where flashing knives dissect fresh fish. Stop in at the orbiting bars to enjoy tapas, freshly prepared with the market’s produce.

Day 37 - Cadiz

Depart: Thu 05 May 2022 at 12:30

More than a hundred watchtowers gaze out across the waves surrounding this ancient Andalusian city. Sprinkled with evocative cobbled side streets, you’ll explore 3,000 years’ worth of history, while stumbling across palm-tree lined plazas of shaded coffee sippers. Cadiz claims the mantle of Western Europe’s oldest city, and every piece of architecture - and every wrong turn - offers a chance to discover fascinating new tales. Founded by the Phoenicians in 1100BC, Christopher Columbus used the city as a base for his exploratory, map-defining voyages of 1493 and 1502. The port grew in importance and wealth as Cadiz’s strategic location close to Africa’s northern tip helped it blossom into a centre for New World trade. Catedral de Cádiz, is a display of the city’s wealth and importance, looming spectacularly over the Atlantic’s waves, with cawing seagulls sweeping between its twin bell towers. Inside, treasures from the city’s trading exploits in the West Indies and beyond - which helped fuel the growth of this historically prosperous city – are on display. Enveloped by ocean on almost every side, Cadiz has something of an island feel, and you can cool off from southern Spain’s unrelenting sunshine on the sweeping golden sand beach of Playa Victoria. The two towers of the new El Puente de la Constitución de 1812 mark a contemporary landmark in this most ancient of cities, in the form of a spectacular new road bridge. Torre Tavira, meanwhile, is the most famous of Cadiz’s army of watchtowers, and the highest point in the city. Reach the top for a view of the ocean fringing the city’s expanse, and to learn about the towers - constructed so trading merchants could survey the harbour from their lavish homes. The Central Market is a chaotic place of bartering, where flashing knives dissect fresh fish. Stop in at the orbiting bars to enjoy tapas, freshly prepared with the market’s produce.

Day 38 - Lisbon

Arrive: Fri 06 May 2022 at 07:00 / Depart: Fri 06 May 2022 at 19:00

Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is a city open to the sea and carefully planned with 18th-century elegance. Its founder is said to be the legendary Ulysses, but the theory of an original Phoenician settlement is probably more realistic. Known in Portugal as Lisboa, the city was inhabited by the Romans, Visigoths and, beginning in the 8th century, the Moors. Much of the 16th century was a period of great prosperity and overseas expansion for Portugal. Tragedy struck on All Saints' Day in 1755 with a devastating earthquake that killed about 40,000 people. The destruction of Lisbon shocked the continent. As a result, the Baixa (lower city) emerged in a single phase of building, carried out in less than a decade by the royal minister, the Marques de Pombal. His carefully planned layout of a perfect neo-classical grid survived to this day and remains the heart of the city. Evidence of pre-quake Lisbon can still be seen in the Belém suburb and the old Moorish section of the Alfama that sprawls below the Castle of St. George. Lisbon is a compact city on the banks of the Tagus River. Visitors find it easy to get around as many places of interest are in the vicinity of the central downtown area. There is a convenient bus and tram system and taxis are plentiful. Rossio Square, the heart of Lisbon since medieval times, is an ideal place to start exploring. After a fire destroyed parts of the historic neighborhood behind Rossio in 1988, many of the restored buildings emerged with modern interiors behind the original façades. The city boasts a good many monuments and museums, such as the Jeronimos Monastery, Tower of Belém, the Royal Coach Museum and the Gulbenkian Museum. High above the Baixa is the Bairro Alto (upper city) with its teeming nightlife. The easiest way to connect between the two areas is via the public elevator designed by Gustave Eiffel. Cruising up the Tagus River to the ship's berth, you can already spot three of Lisbon's famous landmarks: the Monument to the Discoveries, the Tower of Belém and the Statue of Christ, which welcomes visitors from its hilltop location high above Europe's longest suspension bridge.

Silver Moon From Silversea

The new Dawn is coming! Be the first to sail aboard Silver Dawn, the tenth ultra-luxury ship to join our fleet. Building on the phenomenal success of Silver Muse, Silver Moon – to be delivered August 2020 – will mirror her sister ship and will establish a new era of Silversea. At 40,700 gross tons and with a capacity to accommodate 596 passengers on board, Silver Moon will maintain the small-ship intimacy and spacious all-suite accommodation which are the hallmarks of the Silversea experience. Silver Moon will also feature the all-new Sea And Land Taste (.S.A.L.T.) programme – an immersive culinary concept that will enable guests to travel deeper through a range of destination based gastronomic experiences. Get ready - a new moon is coming.

Ship Cabins

Classic Veranda Suite

The Classic Veranda Suite provides generous living space for voyagers. Located lower bow, the Classic Veranda Suite offers all the comfort and attention to detail that you can expect aboard — both inside and out. A generous expanse of interior comforts — elegant décor, stunning marble bathroom and ample seating area, make this a cosy home away from home. But perhaps this suite’s finest asset lies just outside, as floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a private veranda, making every sunset feel as if it is yours alone. One bedroom: 387 ft² / 36 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Twin beds or queen-sized bed Down duvets Pillow Menu Marbled bathroom with vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath Luxury bath amenities Plush bathrobes Slippers One 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV Interactive Media Library Unlimited Standard Wifi Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences Champagne on arrival

Deluxe Veranda Suite

The Deluxe Veranda Suite offers a comfortable living space, close to the heart of the ship. With its preferred mid-ship location and all the comfort and attention to detail that you can expect aboard, the Deluxe Veranda Suite is the savvy traveller’s paradise— both inside and out. Elegant décor, stunning marble bathroom and ample seating area, make this a cosy home away from home. But perhaps this suite’s finest asset lies just outside, as floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a private veranda, making every sunset feel as if it is yours alone. One bedroom: 387 ft² / 36 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Twin beds or queen-sized bed Down duvets Pillow Menu Marbled bathroom with vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath Luxury bath amenities Plush bathrobes Slippers One 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV Interactive Media Library Unlimited Standard Wifi Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences Champagne on arrival

Grand 1 Suite

Indulge in the epitome of ultra-luxury cruising. The Grand Suite is for those who want to experience sailing in style. The sophistication of the Silversea philosophy coupled with ample interior and exterior space makes this the perfect choice for serious travellers. With the biggest verandas on board, enjoy entertaining new friends or simply sharing intimate meals while contemplating spectacular sunsets. Savour the sense of well-being offered by the luxurious furnishings and modern amenities. Offering an unprecedented level of relaxation, the Grand Suite is the perfect romantic getaway. One bedroom: 1475 - 1572 ft² / 137 - 146 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1873 - 1970 ft² / 174 - 183 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Twin beds or king-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Handmade Savoir mattress with horse hair topper Down duvet covers Pillow Menu Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Plush bathrobes Luxury bath amenities Slippers Two verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Two-bedroom has additional veranda Separate dining area Illy Espresso Machine Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences One 55” / 140 cm and one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TVs in main suite, plus one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV in bedroom two Bose Sound Touch 30 with Bluetooth connectivity Unlimited Premium Wifi Interactive Media Library Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) Sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand Indulge in the epitome of ultra-luxury cruising. The Grand Suite is for those who want to experience sailing in style. The sophistication of the Silversea philosophy coupled with ample interior and exterior space makes this the perfect choice for serious travellers. With the biggest verandas on board, enjoy entertaining new friends or simply sharing intimate meals while contemplating spectacular sunsets. Savour the sense of well-being offered by the luxurious furnishings and modern amenities. Offering an unprecedented level of relaxation, the Grand Suite is the perfect romantic getaway. One bedroom: 1475 - 1572 ft² / 137 - 146 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1873 - 1970 ft² / 174 - 183 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Twin beds or king-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Handmade Savoir mattress with horse hair topper Down duvet covers Pillow Menu Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Plush bathrobes Luxury bath amenities Slippers Two verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Two-bedroom has additional veranda Separate dining area Illy Espresso Machine Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences One 55” / 140 cm and one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TVs in main suite, plus one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV in bedroom two Bose Sound Touch 30 with Bluetooth connectivity Unlimited Premium Wifi Interactive Media Library Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) Sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand Indulge in the epitome of ultra-luxury cruising. The Grand Suite is for those who want to experience sailing in style. The sophistication of the Silversea philosophy coupled with ample interior and exterior space makes this the perfect choice for serious travellers. With the biggest verandas on board, enjoy entertaining new friends or simply sharing intimate meals while contemplating spectacular sunsets. Savour the sense of well-being offered by the luxurious furnishings and modern amenities. Offering an unprecedented level of relaxation, the Grand Suite is the perfect romantic getaway. One bedroom: 1475 - 1572 ft² / 137 - 146 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1873 - 1970 ft² / 174 - 183 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Twin beds or king-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Handmade Savoir mattress with horse hair topper Down duvet covers Pillow Menu Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Plush bathrobes Luxury bath amenities Slippers Two verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Two-bedroom has additional veranda Separate dining area Illy Espresso Machine Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences One 55” / 140 cm and one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TVs in main suite, plus one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV in bedroom two Bose Sound Touch 30 with Bluetooth connectivity Unlimited Premium Wifi Interactive Media Library Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) Sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Grand 2 Suite

Indulge in the epitome of ultra-luxury cruising. The Grand Suite is for those who want to experience sailing in style. The sophistication of the Silversea philosophy coupled with ample interior and exterior space makes this the perfect choice for serious travellers. With the biggest verandas on board, enjoy entertaining new friends or simply sharing intimate meals while contemplating spectacular sunsets. Savour the sense of well-being offered by the luxurious furnishings and modern amenities. Offering an unprecedented level of relaxation, the Grand Suite is the perfect romantic getaway. One bedroom: 1475 - 1572 ft² / 137 - 146 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1873 - 1970 ft² / 174 - 183 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Twin beds or king-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Handmade Savoir mattress with horse hair topper Down duvet covers Pillow Menu Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Plush bathrobes Luxury bath amenities Slippers Two verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Two-bedroom has additional veranda Separate dining area Illy Espresso Machine Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences One 55” / 140 cm and one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TVs in main suite, plus one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV in bedroom two Bose Sound Touch 30 with Bluetooth connectivity Unlimited Premium Wifi Interactive Media Library Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) Sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Owner's 1 Suite

Picture yourself taking a delicious breakfast on your private veranda. Imagine watching the sun set, a flute of chilled champagne in hand, setting sail for your next destination. Prestigious, classic and sophisticated, this stylish apartment suite offers the ultimate in finest accommodation on board. Set aside for those who seek a superlative level of space, comfort and service, the Owner’s Suite has it all. The adjoining bedroom, with its en-suite bathroom, offers its own spectacular sea views. One bedroom: 947 - 1055 ft² / 88 - 98 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1281 - 1389 ft² / 119 - 129 m² including veranda* Dedicated butler Twin beds or king-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Walk-in wardrobes with personal safe Handmade Savoir mattress with horse hair topper Down duvet covers Pillow Menu Marbled bathroom with full-sized tub and separate shower, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with shower Plush Etro bathrobes BVLGARI bath amenities, plus a choice of other European Brands Slippers Vanity table with hair dryer Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two- bedroom has additional large picture window Separate dining area Illy Espresso Machine Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Interactive Media Library Unlimited Premium Wifi One 55" / 140 cm and one 42" / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42" / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two (if adjoined with second suite) Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Enjoy a complimentary dinner for two in La Dame Bose Sound Touch 30 with Bluetooth connectivity iHome Radio / Alarm charging station (with USB cable or Qi wireless charging), NFC Bluetooth connectivity Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Laundry service throughout the voyage Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage Special chocolate welcome Afternoon canapés upon request Dinner at officer’s table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Owner's 2 Suite

Picture yourself taking a delicious breakfast on your private veranda. Imagine watching the sun set, a flute of chilled champagne in hand, setting sail for your next destination. Prestigious, classic and sophisticated, this stylish apartment suite offers the ultimate in finest accommodation on board. Set aside for those who seek a superlative level of space, comfort and service, the Owner’s Suite has it all. The adjoining bedroom, with its en-suite bathroom, offers its own spectacular sea views. One bedroom: 947 - 1055 ft² / 88 - 98 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1281 - 1389 ft² / 119 - 129 m² including veranda* Dedicated butler Twin beds or king-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Walk-in wardrobes with personal safe Handmade Savoir mattress with horse hair topper Down duvet covers Pillow Menu Marbled bathroom with full-sized tub and separate shower, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with shower Plush Etro bathrobes BVLGARI bath amenities, plus a choice of other European Brands Slippers Vanity table with hair dryer Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two- bedroom has additional large picture window Separate dining area Illy Espresso Machine Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Interactive Media Library Unlimited Premium Wifi One 55" / 140 cm and one 42" / 106 cm flat-screen HD TV in main suite, plus two 42" / 106 cm flat-screen HD TVs in bedroom two (if adjoined with second suite) Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Enjoy a complimentary dinner for two in La Dame Bose Sound Touch 30 with Bluetooth connectivity iHome Radio / Alarm charging station (with USB cable or Qi wireless charging), NFC Bluetooth connectivity Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Laundry service throughout the voyage Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage Special chocolate welcome Afternoon canapés upon request Dinner at officer’s table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Panorama Suite

The Panorama Suite provides generous living space for voyagers. Located lower bow, the Panorama offers all the comfort and attention to detail that you can expect aboard. A generous expanse of interior comforts — elegant décor, stunning marble bathroom and ample seating area, make this a cosy home away from home. The seating area of the Panorama Suite has plenty of room to relax, while large picture windows frame panoramic ocean views. One bedroom: 334 ft² / 31 m² Dedicated butler Twin beds or queen-sized bed Down duvets covers Pillow Menu Marbled bathroom with vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath Luxury bath amenities Plush bathrobes Slippers One 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV Interactive Media Library Unlimited Standard Wifi Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences Champagne on arrival

Royal 1 Suite

Designed with the values of the culture of living in mind, the Royal Suite offers a vast, eloquent space. Precise lines, authentic Italian craftsmanship and fine materials make up just some of the details of this stunning suite. Commanding and majestic, the Royal Suite boasts a lavish living area perfect for entertaining, plush interior furnishings and sweeping seascapes from the private terrace. The comfort of the spacious apartment makes this the ideal space for those wanting to feel the true comfort and luxury of the Silversea philosophy. One bedroom: 1130 ft² / 105 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1528 ft² / 142 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Twin beds or king-sized bed; Two bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Premium mattresses Down duvets Pillow menu Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Plush bathrobes Luxury bath amenities Slippers Vanity table with hair dryer Separate dining area Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences Illy espresso machine Unlimited Premium Wifi One 55” / 140 cm and one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TVs in main suite, plus one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV in bedroom two Bose Sound Touch 30 with Bluetooth connectivity Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda Interactive Media Library Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Royal 2 Suite

Designed with the values of the culture of living in mind, the Royal Suite offers a vast, eloquent space. Precise lines, authentic Italian craftsmanship and fine materials make up just some of the details of this stunning suite. Commanding and majestic, the Royal Suite boasts a lavish living area perfect for entertaining, plush interior furnishings and sweeping seascapes from the private terrace. The comfort of the spacious apartment makes this the ideal space for those wanting to feel the true comfort and luxury of the Silversea philosophy. One bedroom: 1130 ft² / 105 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1528 ft² / 142 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Twin beds or king-sized bed; Two bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Premium mattresses Down duvets Pillow menu Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Plush bathrobes Luxury bath amenities Slippers Vanity table with hair dryer Separate dining area Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences Illy espresso machine Unlimited Premium Wifi One 55” / 140 cm and one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TVs in main suite, plus one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV in bedroom two Bose Sound Touch 30 with Bluetooth connectivity Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda Interactive Media Library Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Dinner for two in La Dame, one evening per voyage Two hours of worldwide phone use from your suite, per voyage segment Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Silver 1 Suite

Step onto your terrace and bask in the calm feeling of the ocean breeze. Dissolve into the comfort of your king size bed. Prepare for the evening in the beautiful marble bathroom. The upper deck location gives the most spectacular of sea views, the spacious living area allows for comfortable relaxing where cosy nights in become veritable experiences in themselves. The two-bedroom configuration of this suite makes this it the ideal option for families. One bedroom: 786 ft² / 73 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1119 ft² / 104 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Twin beds or king-sized bed Down duvets Pillow menu Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Plush bathrobes Luxury bath amenities Slippers Vanity table with hair dryer Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Separate dining area Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass door Illy Espresso Machine Unlimited Premium Wifi Bose Sound Touch 30 with Bluetooth connectivity Interactive Media Library One 55” / 140 cm and one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TVs in main suite; plus one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV in bedroom two Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Personalized stationery and umbrella Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Silver 2 Suite

Step onto your terrace and bask in the calm feeling of the ocean breeze. Dissolve into the comfort of your king size bed. Prepare for the evening in the beautiful marble bathroom. The upper deck location gives the most spectacular of sea views, the spacious living area allows for comfortable relaxing where cosy nights in become veritable experiences in themselves. The two-bedroom configuration of this suite makes this it the ideal option for families. One bedroom: 786 ft² / 73 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1119 ft² / 104 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Twin beds or king-sized bed Down duvets Pillow menu Marbled bathroom with double vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath, plus a powder room; Two-bedroom has additional marbled bathroom with full-sized bath Plush bathrobes Luxury bath amenities Slippers Vanity table with hair dryer Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Separate dining area Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass door Illy Espresso Machine Unlimited Premium Wifi Bose Sound Touch 30 with Bluetooth connectivity Interactive Media Library One 55” / 140 cm and one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TVs in main suite; plus one 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV in bedroom two Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Personalized stationery and umbrella Complimentary Laundry, pressing & wet cleaning Daily canape service Dinner at officer's table Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Superior Veranda Suite

Located on the upper deck, and offering spectacular sunset views, the Superior Veranda Suite has all the comforts and luxury that you can expect aboard. A comfortable living space, attention to detail and a generous expanse of amenities, this stunning suite makes for a cosy home while on the seas. But perhaps this suite’s finest asset lies just outside, as floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a private veranda, making every sunset feel as if it is yours alone. One bedroom: 387 ft² / 36 m² including veranda Dedicated butler Veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Twin beds or queen-sized bed Down duvets Pillow Menu Marbled bathroom with vanity, separate shower and full-sized bath Luxury bath amenities Plush bathrobes Slippers One 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV Interactive Media Library Unlimited Standard Wifi Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences Champagne on arrival

Vista Suite

The Vista Suite provides generous living space for all travellers. The Vista Suite offers all the comfort and attention to detail that you can expect aboard. A generous expanse of interior comforts — elegant décor, stunning marble bathroom and ample seating area, make this a cosy home away from home. The seating area of the Vista Suite has plenty of room to relax, while large picture windows frame panoramic ocean views, the perfect backdrop for breakfast in bed! 3 Wheelchair Accessible Suites (407, 409, 417). One bedroom: 334 ft² / 31 m² One bedroom- Vista Wheelchair Accessible : 440-646 ft² / 41-60 m² Dedicated butler Twin beds or queen-sized bed Down duvets Pillow Menu Luxury bath amenities Plush bathrobes Slippers Marbled bathroom with vanity, separate wet room with shower seat Unlimited Standard Wifi One 40” / 102 cm flat-screen HD TV Interactive Media Library Wall mounted USB-C mobile device chargers Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences Large picture window Sitting area Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Champagne on arrival Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe; wheelchair accessible suites fitted with cupboards and wardrobe with personal safe Applicable to sailings from 1st January 2021 onwards, excluding the Full World Cruise. Promotion is valid from 1st September to 31st October 2020. Full payment must be received by 31st October for the 10% saving to apply.
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