Silversea knows experiences are best when served with a side of knowledge, so they’ve lined up a team of experts for the inaugural voyage of Silver Endeavour. This ultra-luxury expedition ship departs round-trip from King George Island on November 21, 2022, with a stellar line-up of qualified historians, marine biologists, anthropologists, naturalists, filmmakers and more to enrich your clients’ trip deep into the White Continent. They can expect informative lectures, workshops and excursions accompanied by top guides.
To top this milestone occasion, Conrad Combrink, s.v.p of expedition, destination and itinerary management for Silversea, will be joining your clients on the 7-day fly-cruise sailing.
Discover a Frozen World Aboard Silver Endeavour
“The world’s most luxurious expedition vessel, Silver Endeavour has broadened Silversea’s polar offering—the most diverse in ultra-luxury expedition cruising—to unlock all-new experiences for guests,” said Combrink. “Marking my 78th journey to the continent, I am excited to accompany our guests as we fly on an exclusive, Silversea-curated, chartered DAP Antarctic Airways flight directly into Antarctica, embarking Silver Endeavour at King George Island, before spending seven days discovering this frozen world. Our industry-leading expedition team will design an exceptional line-up of experiences to showcase the very best of the continent’s icy landscapes and captivating wildlife during Silver Endeavour’s inaugural season, while Captain Niklas Peterstam and his crew will ensure an exceptional service throughout—having served aboard the ship since September 2021.”
This voyage will fly your Silversea clients directly to Antarctica in European business-class comfort through Antarctica Bridge, the cruise line’s fly-cruise offering, embarking Silver Endeavour on King George Island on November 21, 2022. Once at their destination, they will explore the landscape with hiking excursions, Zodiac tours and kayaking, all hosted by the expedition team. Prepare them to see enormous penguin colonies and other wildlife species, including whales, various other bird species and seals. Silversea plans to call in the South Shetland Islands before returning to King George Island where guests will board a flight back to Punta Arenas.
For more information, visit silversea.com.