Silversea’s 2010 Voyage Atlas is now Available

23rd Jul 2009
Silversea’s 2010 Voyage Atlas is now Available

Silversea Cruises has published its new 2010 Voyage Atlas.  The 188-page brochure details over 190 itineraries visiting 7 continents, over 80 countries, and more than 400 destinations.

In addition to a voyage-by-voyage summary of cruise itineraries (including many that can be combined back-to-back into one extended sailing without repeating a port), the new Voyage Atlas features comprehensive information on Silversea’s signature amenities, special programmes, deck plans and new simplified Silver Savings pricing structure.  The balance of the brochure is dedicated to optional Silver Shore land programmes and services.

“We’re very pleased to launch our new Voyage Atlas for 2010,” said Steve Tucker, Silversea’s vice president of field sales for North America.  “It has been carefully designed to reveal the luxurious, all-inclusive Silversea lifestyle.  Within its pages, readers will discover award-winning ships that offer an exclusive passport to exotic destinations, countless indulgences and uncompromising service.”


The 2010 Voyage Atlas also includes the new Silver Spirit, and highlights her inaugural season. Departing Fort Lauderdale on 21 January, Silversea’s newest ultra-luxury ship is set to explore over 20 countries and 45 ports on her 91-day Grand Inaugural Voyage, visiting South America, the Mexican Riviera and crossing the Panama Canal before reaching her ultimate destination, New York City.


To celebrate such a momentous journey, Silversea is lining up an array of celebrity guest speakers (to host onboard presentations), complimentary excursions and other exclusive onshore events designed to showcase local cultures as well as entertain guests.  The centrepiece of this aptly themed “Spirit of South America” voyage is the ship’s arrival in Rio de Janeiro on 14 February, at the height of Carnaval.  Following an early dinner, guests will have the chance to experience the magic of the Rio Carnaval parade from prime seats reserved for them at the Sambadrome.


Silversea is raising the bar in personalised service with plans to feature butlers for all guest accommodation.  The enhanced service is being phased in gradually over the coming months and will be in place for all voyages in 2010.  As the complimentary butler service rolls out, it will join an already expansive array of all-inclusive amenities available to Silversea guests.  Highlights include complimentary beverages served throughout the ship—including fine wines, spirits and champagnes, in-suite bar and refrigerator stocked with each guest’s preferred beverage selections, open-seating dining, 24-hour complimentary room service, and fares that include all onboard gratuities.


Catering to a clientele that seeks travel experiences that go beyond the ordinary, Silversea offers a unique collection of Silver Shore land adventures, hotel packages and services, enabling guests to delve deeper into local cultures, learn more about historic sites and have closer encounters with remarkable wildlife.  Guests can even choose to have the Silver Shore Concierge design a special activity, private excursion or exclusive event tailored to their personal interests.


Expedition voyages continue to grow in popularity with luxury travellers and a special 26-page section of the Atlas is devoted entirely to the Prince Albert II.  Next year 25 expedition itineraries will explore the Arctic, Antarctica, Central and South America.  On every journey, guests will be escorted in unsurpassed luxury.  With the largest average accommodation size of any expedition ship, guests enjoy spacious, ocean-view suites and staterooms (select suites have French balconies or large private verandas), sumptuous gourmet cuisine, warm hospitality and personalised service.

In keeping with the company’s commitment to promote the use of environmentally responsible products, the Atlas is printed on paper certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).  The brochure displays the FSC’s “Mixed Sources” label, certifying the paper comes from well-managed forests, controlled sources and/or recycled material.


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