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Lisbon to Reykjavik Cruise

  • Departure DateSat 11th Jun 2022
  • Silversea Silver Wind
  • 17 Night Cruise From Lisbon
  • Fly Cruise From £9,589 pp

Itinerary

  • Lisbon
  • Leixoes, Portugal
  • La Coruna
  • Saint-Malo
  • Honfleur
  • London Tower Bridge
  • St. Peter Port, Guernsey
  • Penzance
  • Pembroke, Wales
  • Iona
  • Fort William, Scotland
  • St. Kilda, Outer Hebrides
  • Vestmannaey Island
  • Reykjavik

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

Prices from pp

TypeSuite
Fly Cruise
£9,589

Fly Cruise - flights are included, call to discuss flights from your regional airport, flight supplements may apply.
Voyage Code: WI220611017

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Day 1 - Lisbon

Arrive: Sat 11 June 2022 / Depart: Sat 11 June 2022 at 18:00

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.

Day 2 - Leixoes, Portugal

Arrive: Sun 12 June 2022 at 09:00 / Depart: Sun 12 June 2022 at 16:00

Lively, commercial Oporto is the second largest city in Portugal after Lisbon. Also called Porto for short, the word easily brings to mind the city's most famous product - port wine. Oporto’s strategic location on the north bank of the Douro River has accounted for the town’s importance since ancient times. The Romans built a fort here where their trading route crossed the Douro, and the Moors brought their own culture to the area. Oporto profited from provisioning crusaders en route to the Holy Land and enjoyed the riches from Portuguese maritime discoveries during the 15th and 16th centuries.

Day 3 - La Coruna

Arrive: Mon 13 June 2022 at 08:30 / Depart: Mon 13 June 2022 at 19:00

La Coruña, the largest city in Spain's Galicia region, is among the country's busiest ports. The remote Galicia area is tucked into the northwest corner of the Iberian Peninsula, surprising visitors with its green and misty countryside that is so much unlike other parts of Spain. The name "Galicia" is Celtic in origin, for it was the Celts who occupied the region around the 6th century BC and erected fortifications. La Coruña was already considered an important port under the Romans. They were followed by an invasion of Suevians, Visigoths and, much later in 730, the Moors. It was after Galicia was incorporated into the Kingdom of Asturias that the epic saga of the Pilgrimage to Santiago (St. James) began. From the 15th century, overseas trade developed rapidly; in 1720, La Coruña was granted the privilege of trading with America - a right previously only held by Cadiz and Seville. This was the great era when adventurous men voyaged to the colonies and returned with vast riches. Today, the city's significant expansion is evident in three distinct quarters: the town center located along the isthmus; the business and commercial center with wide avenues and shopping streets; and the "Ensanche" to the south, occupied by warehouses and factories. Many of the buildings in the old section feature the characteristic glazed façades that have earned La Coruña the name "City of Crystals." Plaza Maria Pita, the beautiful main square, is named after the local heroine who saved the town in 1589 when she seized the English standard from the beacon and gave the alarm, warning her fellow townsmen of the English attack.

Day 4 - At Sea

Day 5 - Saint-Malo

Arrive: Wed 15 June 2022 at 07:00 / Depart: Wed 15 June 2022 at 18:00

Ship sails flutter in the breeze, at the natural port of Saint-Malo - a historic and resilient walled city, which watches out over golden sands and island fortresses. Strung tenuously to the mainland, Saint Malo was the historic home of a rowdy mix of skilled sailors and new world explorers - as well as the plunderers who earned the place its 'Pirate City' title. Some of history's great voyages have launched from here - including Jacques Cartier's, which led to the settlement of New France and modern-day Quebec. View less Founded by a Welsh monk, who made his way here in the 6th century, Saint Malo's castle is forged from sheer granite, and its steep defensive ramparts arise defiantly. The atmospheric walled town turns its back to the mainland and gazes out longingly into the sea. Explore streets that breathe with maritime tales and medieval charm - restored from the intense damage sustained during the Second World War. Cathédrale de St Malo rises above the tight paths, offering views of the peppered islands and fortifications. Boatloads of fresh oysters and scallops are heaved ashore - savour them or grab savoury crepes galettes, stuffed with cheese and ham. Wash Saint Malo's foods down with a Brittany cider, which challenges wine as the indulgence of choice in these parts. A highly tidal region, the pocket-sized islands of Petit Bé and Grand Bé join the mainland, and you can explore at leisure as the tide recedes. The incredible island of Mont Saint Michel also looms in the estuary of the Couesnon River nearby, hovering like a cinematic mirage above high tide’s waters. Elsewhere, Cap Fréhel's lush green peninsula juts out from the emerald coast towards Jersey, tempting with rich coastal hiking trails.

Day 6 - Honfleur

Arrive: Thu 16 June 2022 at 11:15 / Depart: Thu 16 June 2022 at 23:00

The crammed together, timber-framed houses of Honfleur's delightful waterfront simply beg to be painted, and the waterfront beauty has been immortalised on the canvases of artists like Monet, and Honfleur's celebrated son, Boudin. Located in scenic Normandy, where the Seine opens out into the Channel, this is one of France's - and the world's - most spectacular, historic harbours. Impossibly picturesque, the Vieux Bassin's Norman harbour townhouses are an artist’s dream, reflecting out onto the still water, between bright wooden fishing boats. View less It may be gorgeous, but it’s also a historically important port, and Samuel de Champlain's epic voyage - which resulted in the founding of Quebec - launched from these waters. Take a stroll back in time, as you wander cobbled streets where flowers spill down walls or sit to indulge in Calvados – brandy made from Normandy's famous apples. A museum dedicated to Eugene Boudin, the town's influential impressionist artist, displays visions of the harbour and region, as well as paintings of the town's stunning wooden church. Wander to Eglise St Catherine itself, to see the twisting structure, which is France's largest wooden chapel. Constructed from trees taken from nearby Touques Forest, it replaced the stone church that stood here previously, which was destroyed during the Hundred Years War. Out of Honfleur, The spectacular Pont de Normandie cable-stayed bridge loops up over the Seine's estuary, bringing excursions to Le Havre even closer. The pensive, sombre beaches of the D-Day landings stretch out across Normandy's coastline, while the Bayeux Tapestry unfurls within reach of Honfleur's picturesque scenery.

Day 7 - At Sea

Day 8 - London Tower Bridge

Arrive: Sat 18 June 2022 at 06:30

London is undoubtedly one of the world's greatest cities. With a population of nearly eight million, it is by far the largest city in Europe, spreading over an area of more than 620 square miles. In addition to numerous monuments from its past as a world empire, London is equally known for its pageantry and tradition. Though the city was heavily damaged during the Blitz of World War II, a surprising number of monuments were miraculously spared from destruction. Soon after the end of the war, England's capital began to prosper as never before. London has something for everyone - wide boulevards buzzing with excitement far into the night, quiet squares and explorable alleyways. Large expanses of greenery, such as Hyde Park, Green Park and St. James Park, are all within a few minutes' walk of the West End shops.The museums and galleries are as varied and rich as you will find anywhere. Monuments run the gamut from Roman ruins to sumptuous castles and opulent public buildings, representing the architecture of the triumphal British Empire. Many of these buildings were constructed in the 18th century and during the reign of Queen Victoria to reflect the city's status as the financial and administrative hub of a great empire. Today, London wears its 2,000 years of history with dignity. Alongside modern skyscrapers are remnants of the city's Roman wall. Norman London is evident in one of London's best-known landmarks, the Tower of London, whose origins date back to William the Conqueror.The city's oldest pub, a few medieval churches and the timbered Elizabethan façade of Staple Inn recall London before the Great Fire of 1666. Stately Georgian squares from the 18th century are preserved in the fashionable West End.

Day 9 - London Tower Bridge

Depart: Sun 19 June 2022 at 17:30

London is undoubtedly one of the world's greatest cities. With a population of nearly eight million, it is by far the largest city in Europe, spreading over an area of more than 620 square miles. In addition to numerous monuments from its past as a world empire, London is equally known for its pageantry and tradition. Though the city was heavily damaged during the Blitz of World War II, a surprising number of monuments were miraculously spared from destruction. Soon after the end of the war, England's capital began to prosper as never before. London has something for everyone - wide boulevards buzzing with excitement far into the night, quiet squares and explorable alleyways. Large expanses of greenery, such as Hyde Park, Green Park and St. James Park, are all within a few minutes' walk of the West End shops.The museums and galleries are as varied and rich as you will find anywhere. Monuments run the gamut from Roman ruins to sumptuous castles and opulent public buildings, representing the architecture of the triumphal British Empire. Many of these buildings were constructed in the 18th century and during the reign of Queen Victoria to reflect the city's status as the financial and administrative hub of a great empire. Today, London wears its 2,000 years of history with dignity. Alongside modern skyscrapers are remnants of the city's Roman wall. Norman London is evident in one of London's best-known landmarks, the Tower of London, whose origins date back to William the Conqueror.The city's oldest pub, a few medieval churches and the timbered Elizabethan façade of Staple Inn recall London before the Great Fire of 1666. Stately Georgian squares from the 18th century are preserved in the fashionable West End.

Day 10 - St. Peter Port, Guernsey

Arrive: Mon 20 June 2022 at 14:00 / Depart: Mon 20 June 2022 at 20:00

Twenty-five square mile (40 sq km) Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands, which lie in the English Channel west of the Cherbourg peninsula. Along with its sister island of Jersey, Guernsey has been a part of Britain since 1066, though retaining a culture entirely of its own.

Day 11 - Penzance

Arrive: Tue 21 June 2022 at 09:30 / Depart: Tue 21 June 2022 at 16:00

This popular seaside resort in western Cornwall occupies a commanding position at the northwest corner of Mount’s Bay. Due to this strategic location, the town was frequently raided during the Middle Ages. In the 16th century, Spanish assailants destroyed most of the original town and the majority of the old buildings remaining today date from the 18th century. Over the centuries, Penzance has served a number of important functions. View less Among them, as tin shipping port for the Roman Empire and medieval Europe, passenger terminal for emigrants bound for the New World, fresh-flower and fish dispatch point for London and, most recently, as a popular holiday destination. The dominant style you will see in Penzance today is Georgian and regal Regency. Along the Western Promenade stand 18th- and 19th-century townhouses, while the Barbizon, an 18th-century fish market, has been transformed into a lively arts and crafts center. But the most interesting part is the ancient cobblestoned quarter that lies at the junction of Chapel Street and Market Jew, where much of the flavor of Penzance’s seafaring is preserved. There are a number of historic buildings, including the 18th-century Union Hotel, the Victorian Market House and the Penlee Museum. The most impressive attraction in the vicinity of Penzance is St. Michael’s Mount. Its huge medieval castle and abbey dominate a granite outcrop in Mount’s Bay. At low tide the site can be reached on foot via a rocky causeway; at other times, a boat ride is required from the mainland. Pier Information The ship is scheduled to anchor off Penzance. Guests will be taken ashore via the ship’s tender. The town center can be reached via a 5-minute walk. Taxis for trips farther afield can be found at the train station within a 10-minute walk from the tender pier. Shopping Shops in the town center offer art and souvenir items and bric-a-brac. Most shops are open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.The local currency is the pound. Cuisine This popular resort has no lack of eateries, ranging from a number of typical local pubs to trendy restaurants on Chapel Street. Seafood and usual tourist fare are widely available. Other Sites Town Center Take a stroll around the ancient quarter at the junction of Chapel Street and Market Jew. At the Barbizon you will find an arts and crafts center. Historic Buildings include the 18th-century Union Hotel, the Victorian Market House and the Penlee Museum. Across from the Union Hotel stands the flamboyant Egyptian House, built in 1835 and renovated twenty years ago. The Maritime Museum features a display of items salvaged from local wrecks and a collection of seafaring articles. Private arrangements for independent sightseeing may be requested through the Tour Office on board.

Day 12 - Pembroke, Wales

Arrive: Wed 22 June 2022 at 06:00 / Depart: Wed 22 June 2022 at 12:30

Pembroke on Wales’ west coast (approximately an hour from Swansea) will instantly steal your heart. long stretches of sandy beach and heather clad rocks will lift your mood, while crashing waves against the same beaches will soothe and energise you in equimeasure. And that’s before you have even arrived on shore. With a bit of luck, the famous Welsh weather will be on your side and nature lovers will be able to fill up on sea breeze and stunning coastal scenery. View less Wildlife spotters will be happy too, as Pembroke is home to puffins, dolphins, porpoises and grey seals (and the occasional whale or shark) and are often spotted from the 186-mile headland path. The town’s rich history is another reason why Pembroke is Wales’ de facto holiday destination. Henry VII of England (aka Henry Tudor) was born here in 1457 and the town’s pride and joy is the picturesque, history-laden Pembroke Castle. Built in 1093 by Arnulf de Montgomery, the long history of the castle is second to none and anyone who enjoys stepping into the past will soon be lost in the tumultuous tales of the past. Colourful painted buildings line the main street, while independent boutiques offer much in the way of souvenirs. Woollen wares take pride of place, but don’t overlook the local jewellery made with rare welsh gold (all royal brides have had their wedding rings made with welsh gold since 1932). Tea shops and of course homely, hearty pubs are warm and welcoming, so if the weather does turn bad, you’ll be spoilt for choice for shelter.

Day 13 - Iona

Arrive: Thu 23 June 2022 at 12:30 / Depart: Thu 23 June 2022 at 20:00

If tiny islands that resonate with peace and tranquillity are your idea of travel heaven, then welcome to Iona. Almost 200 miles east of Edinburgh, set in Scotland’s Inner Hebrides, this magical island has a spiritual reputation that precedes it. And luckily, more than lives up to. The island is miniscule. Just three miles long and only one and a half miles wide, this is not a place that hums with urban attractions. View less 120 people call Iona home (this number rises significantly if the gull, tern and Kittiwake population is added), although residential numbers do go up (to a whopping 175) in summer. The beautiful coastline is lapped by the gulf stream and gives the island a warm climate with sandy beaches that look more Mediterranean than Scottish! Add to that a green field landscape that is just beautiful, and you’ll find that Iona is a place that stays with you long after you leave. Iona’s main attraction is of course its abbey. Built in 563 by Saint Columbia and his monks, the abbey is the reason why Iona is called the cradle of Christianity. Not only is the abbey (today an ecumenical church) one of the best – if not the best – example of ecclesiastical architecture dating from the Middle Ages, but it also serves as an important site of spiritual pilgrimage. St. Martin’s Cross, a 9th century Celtic cross that stands outside the abbey, is considered as the finest example of Celtic crosses in the British Isles. Rèilig Odhrain, or the cemetery, allegedly contains the remains of many Scottish kings.

Day 14 - Fort William, Scotland

Arrive: Fri 24 June 2022 at 05:30 / Depart: Fri 24 June 2022 at 17:00

Flanked by the UK’s tallest mountain on one side and Loch Linnae on the other, Fort William – or “Bill” to the locals – is what you imagine when it comes to Scottish Highland towns. Verdant moors stretch as far as the eye can see, pastel painted houses front the water and it is not unusual to see pipers in kilts on street corners. But while Fort William may play to certain critics’ idea of a cliché, the pretty town goes far beyond tartan cushions and wee drams of Scotch (although there is a fair amount of this too!). Fort William has everything you could possibly want while in the Highlands. The High Street has plenty to keep you occupied with its good range of shops, cafes and restaurants - a lunch of locally caught seafood or the iconic haggis, neeps and tatties is a must. Because of its privileged location sitting in the shadow of the mighty Ben Nevis (standing a proud 1,345 metres high) outdoor enthusiasts are especially well catered for. Unsurprisingly so, as Fort William is considered the UK’s outdoor capital. But it’s not all high adrenaline sports. Certainly, those who want to climb up a rock or hurtle down white water rapids will find their nirvana, but if gentle fishing, a quiet county walk or curling up in cosy pubs warmed by an open fire are more your glass of whiskey then you’re catered for. The West Highland Museum in the centre of the town is excellent, while St Andrew's Church, towards the north end of the main street, has a very attractive interior. Also well worth a look is St Mary's Catholic Church, on Belford Road, and no visit should be considered complete without a look at the Old Fort, almost invisible to passing traffic. Add a wildlife cruise amid stunning scenery and the steam train that took Harry to Hogwarts and you can easily spend a day in this lovely port.

Day 15 - St. Kilda, Outer Hebrides

Arrive: Sat 25 June 2022 at 08:00 / Depart: Sat 25 June 2022 at 16:00

Gloriously remote, St. Kilda is an archipelago 50 miles off the Isle of Harris. Although the four islands are uninhabited by humans, thousands of seas birds call these craggy cliffs home, clinging to the sheer faces as if by magic. Not only is St. Kilda home to the UK’s largest colony of Atlantic Puffin (almost 1 million), but also the world largest colony Gannets nests on Boreray island and its sea stacks. View less The islands also home decedents of the world’s original Soay sheep as well as having a breed of eponymously named mice. The extremely rare St. Kilda wren unsurprisingly hails from St. Kilda, so birders should visit with notebook, binoculars and camera to hand. While endemic animal species is rife on the island, St. Kilda has not been peopled since 1930 after the last inhabitants voted that human life was unsustainable. However, permanent habitation had been possible in the Medieval Ages, and a vast National Trust for Scotland project to restore the dwellings is currently being undertaken. The islands even enjoyed a status as being an ideal holiday destination in the 19th century. Today, the only humans living on the islands are passionate history, science and conservation scholars. One of the caretakers even acts as shopkeeper and postmaster for any visitors who might like to send a postcard home from St. Kilda. It should be noted that St. Kilda is the UKs only (and just one of 39 in the world) dual World Heritage status from UNESCO in recognition of its Natural Heritage and cultural significance.

Day 16 - At Sea

Day 17 - Vestmannaey Island

Arrive: Mon 27 June 2022 at 06:00 / Depart: Mon 27 June 2022 at 13:00

The name Vestmannaeyjar refers to both a town and an archipelago off the south coast of Iceland. The largest Vestmannaeyjar island is called Heimaey. It is the only inhabited island in the group and is home to over 4000 people. The eruption of the Eldfell Volcano put Vestmannaeyjar into the international lime light in 1973. The volcano’s eruption destroyed many buildings and forced an evacuation of the residents to mainland Iceland. The lava flow was stopped in its tracks by the application of billions of liters of cold sea water. View less Since the eruption, life on the small island outpost has returned to the natural ebb and flow of a small coastal fishing community on the edge of the chilly and wild North Atlantic.

Day 17 - Cruise Surtsey

Day 18 - Reykjavik

Arrive: Tue 28 June 2022 at 07:00 / Depart: Tue 28 June 2022

The fire, frost and water symbolized by the red, white and blue of Iceland's flag are manifested by the ice and snow of its glaciers, the hot mud pools, geysers and glowing lava flows in the country's volcanic regions. The island's settlement dates back to 874 when a Norwegian named Ingolf Arnarson arrived at present-day Reykjavik. In 930, the settlers formed a legislature, the Alting, which was the beginning of the Commonwealth of Iceland. From the 10th to the 14th centuries, Iceland developed a literary form, the Icelandic Saga, which spread throughout the Nordic culture and into the English and German languages. It was used to spin stories of the gods, record historic events and glorify heroes. As Iceland's capital and main center of the country's population, the city of Reykjavik is a fascinating blend of the traditional and modernism. Just as Iceland is a unique country – rugged and remote, yet technically advanced and enjoying Nordic standards of affluence – Reykjavik is a highly unusual capital city. It dominates the life of Iceland in almost every way. More than half of the country's total population of 270,000 is living in and around the capital, and the economy of the entire nation depends on Reykjavik. Nearly 60 percent of Iceland's imports are received and distributed, and 40 percent of the country's exports are loaded for shipment via the port of Reykjavik. It is also the headquarters of what is probably the world's most advanced seafood industry, which counts for Iceland's number one export.

Silver Wind From Silversea

A major upgrade in December 2018 will see Silver Wind looking better than ever. A second refurbishment in summer 2020 will see her benefitting from a strengthened to ice-class hull and will make her one of the most adaptable ships in our fleet. Still timelessly elegant, still luxuriously relaxed, her improved cruising versatility means she is able to whizz from the Polar Regions at the ends of the earth to the iconic ports of the Mediterranean with fluid ease. So whether you want to get up close and personal to penguins in Antarctica or laze on the golden sands of the Caribbean, get ready for a wealth of diverse destination experiences, in traditional Silversea comfort.

Ship Cabins

Classic Veranda Suite

A Silversea signature, the Classic Veranda Suite is spacious and welcoming. Veranda suites offer floor-to-ceiling glass doors which open onto a furnished private teak veranda. Each spectacular sunset feels like it is yours alone. Some Classic Veranda Suites accommodate three guests. A must for the world’s best cruise line. One bedroom: 295 ft² / 27 m² including veranda Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Twin beds or queen-sized bed Sitting area Bathroom with full-sized bath Bathroom with walk-in shower. Effective from November 2020. (For voyages before October 2020, bathroom with full-sized bath) Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Direct-dial telephone Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Plush robes and slippers Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Standard Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary interactive mobile content

Deluxe Veranda Suite

The Deluxe Veranda Suite offers unbeatable views. A Silversea signature. Spacious and welcoming. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open onto a furnished private teak veranda. Each spectacular sunset feels like it is yours alone. The Deluxe Veranda Suite offers a preferred central location with identical accommodation to a Veranda Suite. No top cruise line would be complete without such a luxury. One bedroom: 295 ft² / 27 m² including veranda Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Twin beds or queen-sized bed Sitting Area Bathroom with walk-in shower. Effective from November 2020. (For voyages before October 2020, bathroom with full-sized bath) Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Direct-dial telephone Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Plush robes and slippers Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Standard Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary interactive mobile content

Grand 1 Suite

Expertly designed and exquisitely appointed. The Grand Suite on the Silver Wind ideal for entertaining friends or enjoying a quiet dinner “at home”. Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedroom by adjoining with a Veranda Suite. One bedroom: 1,019 ft² / 95 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1,314 ft² / 122 m² including veranda Two teak verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Bathroom with full-sized bath; bedroom two has additional bathroom with walk-in shower. Effective from November 2020. (For voyages before October 2020, bathroom two has a full-sized bath) Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Bose audio system Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Plush robes and slippers Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Laundry service throughout the voyage Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage 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 Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Grand 2 Suite

Expertly designed and exquisitely appointed. The Grand Suite on the Silver Wind ideal for entertaining friends or enjoying a quiet dinner “at home”. Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedroom by adjoining with a Veranda Suite. One bedroom: 1,019 ft² / 95 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1,314 ft² / 122 m² including veranda Two teak verandas with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Bathroom with full-sized bath; bedroom two has additional bathroom with walk-in shower. Effective from November 2020. (For voyages before October 2020, bathroom two has a full-sized bath) Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Bose audio system Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Plush robes and slippers Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Laundry service throughout the voyage Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage 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 Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Medallion Suite

A mark of distinction. Sumptuous. Spacious. Rich textures and panoramic views surround you with distinguished luxury. The perfect summary of The Medallion Suite offered by the world’s best cruise line. One bedroom: Suite 741: 667 ft² / 62 m² One bedroom: Suites 801–804: 441 ft² / 41 m² including veranda One bedroom: Suites 527, 627, 723: 517 ft² / 48 m² including veranda Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors (Suites 801–804 only) Three large picture windows providing panoramic ocean views (Suite 741 only) Living room with sitting area Separate dining area (Suite 741 only) Twin beds or queen-sized bed Bathroom with walk-in shower. (Suite 741 has a bath and a separate shower). Effective from November 2020. Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Direct-dial telephone Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Plush robes and slippers Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary interactive mobile content Laundry service throughout the voyage Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage Afternoon canapés upon request Dinner at Officer’s Table Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand Illy Espresso machine

Owner's 1 Suite

The name says it all. A stylish apartment. Prestigious and classic. For those who seek the superlative level of space, comfort and service on board. The Owner’s Suite is available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Vista Suite so you can enjoy your luxury cruise in style. One bedroom: 587 ft² / 55 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 827 ft² / 77 m² including veranda Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two- bedroom has additional large picture window Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Bathroom with separate bath and shower; bedroom two has additional bathroom with walk-in shower. Effective from November 2020. Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Bose audio system Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Plush robes and slippers Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Laundry service throughout the voyage Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage 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 Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Owner's 2 Suite

The name says it all. A stylish apartment. Prestigious and classic. For those who seek the superlative level of space, comfort and service on board. The Owner’s Suite is available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedrooms (as illustrated) by adjoining with a Vista Suite so you can enjoy your luxury cruise in style. One bedroom: 587 ft² / 55 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 827 ft² / 77 m² including veranda Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two- bedroom has additional large picture window Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Bathroom with separate bath and shower; bedroom two has additional bathroom with walk-in shower. Effective from November 2020. Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Bose audio system Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Plush robes and slippers Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Laundry service throughout the voyage Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage 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 Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Royal 1 Suite

Stately. Commanding and majestic. Perfect for entertaining. The Royal suite lives up to its name. Enough living space to roam. The pinnacle of good living. Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedroom by adjoining with a Veranda Suite. One bedroom:736 ft² / 69 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1,031 ft² / 96 m² including veranda Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Bathroom with full-sized bath; bedroom two has additional bathroom with walk-in shower. Effective from June 2021.
(For voyages before May 2021, bathroom two has a full-sized bath)
Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Bose audio system Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Plush robes and slippers Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Laundry service throughout the voyage Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage 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 Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Royal 2 Suite

Stately. Commanding and majestic. Perfect for entertaining. The Royal suite lives up to its name. Enough living space to roam. The pinnacle of good living. Available as a one-bedroom configuration or as two bedroom by adjoining with a Veranda Suite. One bedroom:736 ft² / 69 m² including veranda Two bedroom: 1,031 ft² / 96 m² including veranda Large teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors; Two-bedroom has additional veranda Living room with sitting area; Two-bedroom has additional sitting area Separate dining area Twin beds or queen-sized bed; Two-bedroom has additional twin beds or queen-sized bed Bathroom with full-sized bath; bedroom two has additional bathroom with walk-in shower. Effective from June 2021.
(For voyages before May 2021, bathroom two has a full-sized bath)
Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe Bose audio system Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Plush robes and slippers Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Laundry service throughout the voyage Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage 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 Complimentary interactive mobile content Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Silver Suite

For those wanting more space, Silver Suites are ideal. Stylish and sophisticated. Separate dining and living rooms. Larger verandas. Situated midship on the Silver Wind. Perfection in design for comfortable living. Silver Suites accommodate three guests. One bedroom: 581 ft² / 54 m² including veranda Teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors Living room (with convertible sofa to accommodate an additional guest) Sitting area Separate dining area Twin beds or queen-sized bed Two bathrooms: bathroom one with a full-sized bath and bathroom two with a walk-in shower. Effective from November 2020. (For voyages before October 2020, one bathroom with full-sized bath) Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Bose audio system Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Illy Espresso machine Direct-dial telephone(s) Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Plush robes and slippers Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Premium Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Afternoon canapés upon request Dinner at officer’s table Complimentary interactive mobile content Laundry service throughout the voyage Wet cleaning and pressing throughout the voyage Champagne on arrival, with special welcome chocolates and fresh fruit stand

Vista Suite

A quiet sanctuary to escape to on your cruise. The sitting area has plenty of room to relax. Large picture windows frame panoramic ocean views. The perfect backdrop for breakfast in bed. Silver Wind Vista Suites accommodate three guests. One bedroom: 240 ft² / 22 m² One bedroom: Suite 738: 325 ft² / 30 m² Large picture window providing panoramic ocean views Twin beds or queen-sized bed Sitting area Bathroom with walk-in shower. Effective from November 2020. (For voyages before October 2020, bathroom with full-sized bath) Walk-in wardrobe with personal safe Radio/alarm with iPod docking station Direct-dial telephone Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your preferences Premium mattresses and a choice of pillows Plush robes and slippers Choice of European bath amenities Vanity table(s) with hair dryer Writing desk(s) with personalised stationery Unlimited Standard Wifi Flat screen TV(s) Complimentary interactive mobile content
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