- Occupancy: 120
- Crew and staff: 96
- Tonnage: 5,218
- Length: 102.9m
- Cruise Speed: 14 Knots
- Launched: 1989
Food & Drink
Although this is an expedition ship, there’s plenty of room for the fine service and sophisticated dining for which Silversea is renowned. The Restaurant offers a range of fine international cuisine on the a la carte menu. The Discoverer Lounge offers breakfast and lunch in a more casual setting while guests can enjoy snacks from The Grill straight from the poolside.
Entertainment & Activities
Let the on board expedition experts enrich with their knowledge of the local area as they deliver lectures and informal talks about the expedition and brief travellers on what to expect on the new shores. The main activities will involve excursions and a fleet of Zodiacs carry passengers to land. There’s also a glass bottomed boat and the ship has a full range of snorkelling and dive equipment so guests can view the wonders of the ocean up close.
For those who can’t get enough exercise there’s a fitness centre on board ship or perhaps many would prefer a treatment in the beauty and massage suite.
At the end of a long day guests may wish to retire the main lounge, enjoy a drink and exchange photos and stories with fellow adventures.