Silversea's ships blanket the world. They are in Asia, the Caribbean, South America, the Panama Canal, the Mediterranean, the North Cape, Africa and just about every other place ever visited by a cruise ship (with the exception of the South Pacific). With the introduction of Prince Albert II in 2008, Silversea has added the Arctic and Antarctica to its inventory. Starting fall 2013, Silver Galapagos will add Ecuador's "enchanted islands" to the mix.
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.