Silversea Cruises has unveiled 27 new itineraries on the Silver Endeavour that visit Antarctica, the Arctic, the British Isles and Iceland between April 2024 and February 2025.
The itineraries build out the offerings for the coveted 200-passenger Endeavour, known as the Crystal Endeavor before being acquired in the bankruptcy proceedings for the now-defunct Crystal Cruises owned by Genting Hong Kong.
The new itineraries will include visits to 125 destinations on a voyages ranging from six to 21 days.
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The Polar Class 6 ship will sail four voyages to the British Isles and Iceland in the spring of 2024. The sailings begin with two 14-day sailings in April between London (Greenwich) and Edinburgh (Leith). The ship then turns to Iceland for two 14-day sailings, one out of London (Greenwich) and the other as a roundtrip sailing out of the capital of Reykjavik. The ship then sails to the Arctic on June 1, 2024.
The ship will sail nine voyages to the Arctic over the summer season ranging from 10- to 16-day itineraries. Several voyages can be combined between July 15 and Sept. 19 to stretch a total of 67 days. Featured calls include Hudson Bay and Baffin Island, a 10-day sailing to the Northwest Passage, Greenland's Disko Bay, Ilulissat Icefjord and Northwest Greenland National Park.
The line has also announced 14 voyages to Antarctica beginning Oct. 29, 2024. Sailings are as short as six days and can include flying directly to Antarctica. The line will offer cruises up to 21 days long, including a 15-day sailing from Antarctica's King George Island to Puerto Williams, Chile.
Silversea said the 20,449-gross-ton expedition ship will have a crew-to-guest ratio of approximately 1:1 and butler service for every suite.