Silversea Cruises
Silversea Cruises
Since its inception in the early 90s, Silversea Cruises has been recognised as the gold standard in luxury cruising, acclaimed both for its legendary European lifestyle and global reach of destinations. The cruise line was the brainchild of Antonio Lefebvre d'Ovidio, a respected Italian jurist and maritime law professor. His idea was to create a new class of elite vessels designed with more space for fewer guests and with the highest levels of personalised service. Lefebvre's maritime background led to his involvement in shipping and eventually the cruise industry.

In 1988, Antonio Lefebvre purchased the majority of Sitmar Cruises, merging it with P&O's Princess Cruises a year later, and in 1994 founded Silversea Cruises with two ships purpose-built for the line. His son Manfredi Lefebvre, who had been involved in the family's businesses from an early age, managed Silversea's ship operations and became chairman of Silversea Cruises in 2001. Under his chairmanship the company was expanded from a 4 vessel company to an eight- (and soon nine-) ship fleet. Manfredi Lefebvre is a well-respected businessman active in many different fields, but travel has always been his primary passion, both on a personal as well as on a professional level. Thanks to the Lefebvre family's commitment, Silversea Cruises is one of the last cruise companies still privately owned. In addition to his role at Silversea Mr. Lefebvre is a member of the World Economic Forum, is Vice-Chairman of the World Travel & Tourism Council and is a member of the Executive Committee of CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association). In 2007, he received the title of Chevalier de l'Ordre de Saint Charles and Grimaldi from Albert II, Prince of Monaco. Mr Lefebvre has been a resident of the Principality of Monaco for 25 years.

With the debut of luxury cruise ship Silver Explorer in 2008, Silversea introduced expedition cruising - Silversea style, adding yet another unique niche in the luxury cruise market. Now more intrepid travellers could experience adventurous voyages to the most remote regions of the planet while enjoying Silversea's brand of signature distinctions, including ocean-view suites, a superb culinary experience, and an incomparable level of service with a crew to guest ratio of nearly one to one. Along with both polar extremes, Silversea's three expedition ships sail to the islands of Oceania, Southeast Asia, the Russian Far East, Australia's remote Kimberley Coast, Central and South America (including the Galápagos Islands), and the exotic western coast of Africa.

Today, Silversea Cruises owns and operates eight luxury cruise ships (soon to become nine) from 100 to 540 guests, along with a global portfolio of itineraries to all seven continents and over 900 destinations worldwide. The cruise line's headquarters are based in Monaco, and the company maintains branch offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, and Australia.
Cruises
OR220820007 - Baltra to San Cristobal
Destination: South America
Ship: Silver Origin
E4221107020 - Buenos Aires to Ushuaia
Destination: Antarctic
Ship: Silver Cloud
SS230213018 - Manila to Singapore
Destination: Asia/Far East
Ship: Silver Shadow
SS220506018 - Singapore to Yokohama
Destination: Asia/Far East
Ship: Silver Shadow
SL230226010 - Hong Kong to Singapore
Destination: Asia/Far East
Ship: Silver Spirit
WH230123016 - Sydney to Auckland
Destination: South Pacific/Australia/New Zealand
Ship: Silver Whisper
E4220509019 - Cochin to Piraeus
Destination: Africa
Ship: Silver Cloud
E4221107020 - Buenos Aires to Ushuaia
Destination: Antarctic
Ship: Silver Cloud
SS220811007 - Vancouver to Seward (Anchorage)
Destination: Alaska
Ship: Silver Shadow
WI230105012 - Ushuaia to Ushuaia
Destination: Antarctic
Ship: Silver Wind
WI220208012 - Ushuaia to Ushuaia
Destination: Antarctic
Ship: Silver Wind
SL230226010 - Hong Kong to Singapore
Destination: Asia/Far East
Ship: Silver Spirit
SL211128011 - Lisbon to Fort Lauderdale
Destination: Transoceanic
Ship: Silver Spirit
E4220720006 - Longyearbyen to Longyearbyen
Destination: Scandinavia/Russia
Ship: Silver Cloud
E4220720006 - Longyearbyen to Longyearbyen
Destination: Scandinavia/Russia
Ship: Silver Cloud
SL221110011 - Piraeus to Piraeus
Destination: Europe
Ship: Silver Spirit
DA221026007 - Barcelona to Barcelona
Destination: Europe
Ship: Silver Dawn
SL220205009 - Bridgetown to Bridgetown
Destination: Caribbean
Ship: Silver Spirit
DA221019007 - Civitavecchia to Barcelona
Destination: Europe
Ship: Silver Dawn
WI220208012 - Ushuaia to Ushuaia
Destination: Antarctic
Ship: Silver Wind
E1220906018 - Darwin to Cairns
Destination: South Pacific/Australia/New Zealand
Ship: Silver Explorer
E1220503016 - Colombo to Singapore
Destination: Asia/Far East
Ship: Silver Explorer
SM221104S11 - Osaka to Shanghai
Destination: Asia/Far East
Ship: Silver Muse
E1220503016 - Colombo to Singapore
Destination: Asia/Far East
Ship: Silver Explorer
SS220524017 - Yokohama to Seward (Anchorage)
Destination: Transoceanic
Ship: Silver Shadow
SS220609007 - Seward (Anchorage) to Vancouver
Destination: Alaska
Ship: Silver Shadow
SS220420016 - Cairns to Singapore
Destination: Asia/Far East
Ship: Silver Shadow
SS220811007 - Vancouver to Seward (Anchorage)
Destination: Alaska
Ship: Silver Shadow
MO221221016 - Lima to Fort Lauderdale
Destination: South America
Ship: Silver Moon
OR220827007 - San Cristobal to Baltra
Destination: South America
Ship: Silver Origin
Cruises


E4220306011 - Papeete to Lautoka
Destination: South Pacific/Australia/New Zealand
Ship: Silver Cloud


WI220601013 - Southampton to Tromso
Destination: Europe
Ship: Silver Wind


E1230130005 - King George Island to King George Island
Destination: Antarctic
Ship: Silver Explorer


SS220320015 - Auckland to Sydney
Destination: South Pacific/Australia/New Zealand
Ship: Silver Shadow


SM220714007 - Seward (Anchorage) to Vancouver
Destination: Alaska
Ship: Silver Muse
 
 
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