Silversea Cruises Itineraries
In general, Silversea tries to repeat as few cruise itineraries as possible. This variety makes its "Personalized Voyages" program more attractive, since passengers need not worry about visiting ports more than once on their extended cruises.
Los Angeles -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Cabo San Lucas -> Cruising -> Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo -> Acapulco -> Cruising -> Puerto Quetzal -> Cruising -> Puntarenas (Puerto Caldera) -> Cruising -> Panama Canal -> Cartagena (Spain) -> Cartagena (Spain) -> Cruising -> Cruising -> Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
Broome -> Wyndham -> Cruising -> Leti Island -> Darwin
Galapagos -> Galapagos -> Galapagos Islands -> Galapagos -> Galapagos -> Galapagos -> Galapagos -> Galapagos -> Galapagos -> Galapagos -> Galapagos -> Galapagos -> Galapagos Islands -> Galapagos
Silversea Member Reviews
The Silver Galapagos takes 100 guests and was not full either week of our b2b cruise. Guests fly from either Quito or Guayaquil (Ecuador) on a LAN ... Read more
We chose for the smaller of the three types of ships that they have. We have, in the past, sailed on the Silver Cloud and the Silver Spirit. We ... Read more
We have just returned from a lovely cruise aboard the silver shadow. The ship wasn't full and only 278 people on board so we were were very ... Read more
This was our first expedition cruise and our first cruise with Silverseas. We have previously cruised with Celebrity, Royal Caribbean, Carnival ... Read more
My partner and I had a great time on an all too short 7 days Caribbean cruise. this was our second SilverSea and certainly the better of the two ... Read more
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