Silversea Expedition World Cruise
Be the first to embark on Silversea Cruises inaugural 2021 Expedition World Cruise, “The Uncharted”, World Tour and discover the untouched wonders of the world.
Set sail on a 167-day adventure as you see the world unfiltered for the first time. Begin your tour in Ushuaia, Argentina and conclude in Tromsø, Norway after viewing the uncharted world in its purest form. Take exploration to new levels on the first-ever Expedition World Cruise on Silver Cloud.
Silver Cloud is the most spacious and comfortable ice class vessel in expedition cruising. Her large suites, her destination itineraries and her unparalleled service make her truly special. With 18 Zodiacs and a pole to pole expedition itinerary, Silver Cloud really does break the ice between expedition and luxury.
An expedition with Silversea luxury cruises is unlike any other form of travel — thrilling, awe-inspiring and humbling all at the same time. It takes you to some of the most remote regions of the planet and shows them to you intimately. It is for the curious traveller who longs to see an orang-utan in the wild or what lies behind the next mountain ridge. But it’s not just about wildlife or mountains. It’s about immersing yourself in the culture, landscape and habitat of a region with the help of experts who can illuminate all you see.
The 2021 Uncharted World Tour
- Departs Ushuaia 30 January 2021 on Silver Cloud
- 167 days of luxury expedition cruising
- 107 destinations
- 30 countries
- 10 routes
- Arrives Tromso 16 July 2021
- From £77,000 per person
- Business Class Air (from select gateways)
- Charter flight from Santiago to Ushuaia
- Bon Voyage reception and overnight accommodation
- Private transfers
- $2,000 Onboard Spending credit per guest
- Exclusive World Cruise Events
- All Excursions
- Special Commemorative Expedition Gear Gifts
- Laundry Service
- Unlimited Wi-Fi
- Medical Services
- Visa Package (USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Australia only)
2021 Expedition World Tour Highlights
Antarctica, Chilean Fjords, Easter Island, Pitcairn Island, French Polynesia, Cook Islands, Fiji, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, Krakatoa, Nias Island, Sumatra, Sri Lanka, India, Oman, Egypt, Greece, Albania, Tunisia, Italy, Algeria, Spain, Portugal, France, United Kingdom, Iceland, & Norway
- Segment 1 - Ushuaia to Valparaiso
- Segment 2 - Valparaiso to Papeete
- Segment 3 - Papeete to Lautoka
- Segment 4 - Lautoka to Cairns
- Segment 5 - Cairns to Singapore
- Segment 6 - Singapore to Cochin
- Segment 7 - Cochin to Athens
- Segment 8 - Athens to Lisbon
- Segment 9 - Lisbon to Reykjavik
- Segment 10 - Reykjavik to Tromso
2021 World Cruise Exclusive Events
A number of exclusive events will also enhance the voyage, allowing guests to gain insight into many fascinating cultures with special access: a sample of the voyage’s enrichment events includes a special bon voyage reception for world-cruising guests on the rooftop of Palacio Concha, a grand mansion in Chile’s Santiago; privileged access to Robert Louis Stevenson’s former home in Apia, Samoa Islands, for a private dinner; a night at the illustrious China Club, at which Silversea’s guests will enjoy a sophisticated private dinner on the 52nd floor of Singapore’s Capital Tower; a bespoke banquet on the walkway of London’s most famous landmark, the Tower Bridge; and a Viking farewell to round off the Expedition World Cruise 2021, which will comprise an authentic culinary experience in Iceland’s Kjarnaskogur Forest.
Enriching the 2021 World Cruise experience for guests, a number of experts will join the 2021 Expedition World Tour, offering workshops and lectures, and accompanying shore excursions. In addition to 70 members from Silversea’s industry-leading Expedition Team and Artist in Residence Antony Smith, over 20 featured guest speakers will board Silver Cloud to enhance the cruising experiences, including Felicity Aston MBE—Explorer, Scientist, Speaker & Author; Tim Severin—Explorer and Gold Medalist of the Royal Geographical and Scottish Geographical Societies; and Jo Ruxton—Co-Founder of the Plastic Oceans Foundation.