The world was searched. The best were found. Silversea luxury cruise line chooses partners for their unrivalled commitment to quality and service ... the same attributes that keep Silversea guests returning to sail aboard these exquisite ships year after year.
The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) in a landmark partnership with Silversea provides guests with informative and engaging enrichment resources, based on unrivalled access to its 2-million strong collections of maps, charts, atlases, archives, images, artefacts and other items which date back to 1482 and chart earlier journeys and explorations. Founded in 1830, the Royal Geographical Society is a respected professional body for geography and geographers and is one of the largest and most innovative geographical societies in the world with one of the largest international geographical holdings to document the history of exploration and geographical understanding of our world, its people and places, past and present. Learn more about Royal Geographical Society.
Founded by Riccardo Muti in 1997 with artistic direction by Leyla Gencer, the Academy of Lyric Opera preserves the heritage of the Cadetti della Scala school founded by Arturo Toscanini in 1950 to conserve and transmit the Italian operatic tradition. With guidance from internationally renowned performers and instructors such as Renato Bruson, Luciana Serra, Luciana D’Intino, Vincenzo Scalera, Umberto Finazzi and Marco Gandini, the Academy prepares young opera singers who have a solid vocal and musical background for a professional career, honing their technical and interpretive skills in a two-year course. Learn more about Accademia Teatro alla Scala.
ORCA is one of the UK’s leading marine conservation charities, with a mission to give everyone that cares about whales and dolphins an active role in safeguarding their future. The charity’s work combines the power of citizen science with education and outreach to protect the rich diversity of marine life in UK and European waters. ORCA and Silversea are working in partnership to highlight the wonderful marine life that exists in oceans across the world. We want to help passengers on board to develop an intimate connection with nature whilst being able to make a direct contribution to the marine conservation work that ORCA does, by helping to collect critical sightings data of whales, dolphins and porpoises.
In a prestigious new partnership, Rocco Forte Hotels and the illustrious Silversea Cruises are offering their guests the ultimate travel experience, both on land and sea. Silversea’s elegant, intimate ships are small enough to sail up narrow waterways, right into the heart of a city, to the very doorsteps of Rocco Forte Hotels. There will be regular opportunities for guests of both companies to take advantage of this special alliance with sensational benefits. Silversea are offering exclusive benefits to guests of Rocco Forte Hotels including savings on rates, VIP treats at embarkation, a private culinary event for two and a dinner invitation at the Captain or Senior Officers table. Silversea guests staying at any Rocco Forte hotel will enjoy upgrades, transfers and unpacking services at the hotel as well as VIP amenities. This exciting union harmonises both Silversea's warm Italian hospitality and Rocco Forte's Anglo - Italian flair, both committed to delivering unparalleled comfort and personal service.
AECO has a partnership with Silversea. Click here to learn more about AECO.
IAATO has a partnership with Silversea. Click here to learn more about IAATO.
Stay up to date with your world at home while enjoying your timeonboard. Our partnership with PressReader gives you complimentary access todigital newspapers and magazines wherever you are sailing. Enjoy premiumpublications, or familiarize yourself with the upcoming destinations, byreading something local to the itinerary. Download the PressReader App on yourpersonal device before you cruise, or directly on board and connect to theSilversea Guest WiFi once we’re sailing. Click here to learn more about PressReader.