Lisbon A London (Tower Bridge)

EUROPA DEL NORTE E ISLAS BRITÁNICAS crucero de expedición Silver Cloud Expedition

Gourmets de todo el mundo van a estar listos para que se deleite con las joyas de la gastronomía de Europa mientras se exhiben durante este viaje. Desde el famoso puerto de Portugal y el delicioso vino Burdeos, festeje en sitios del patrimonio mundial de la UNESCO y el Guggenheim de renombre mundial en Bilbao, esta aventura epicúrea es una necesidad para cualquier persona con un amor combinado por la gastronomía y la aventura.
Viaje 1809


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Spread over a string of seven hills north of the Rio Tejo (Tagus River) estuary, Lisbon presents an intriguing variety of faces to those who negotiate its switchback streets. In the oldest neighborhoods, stepped alleys whose street pattern dates back to Moorish times are lined with pastel-color houses decked with laundry; here and there, miradouros (vantage points) afford spectacular river or city views. In the grand 18th-century center, calçada à portuguesa (black-and-white mosaic cobblestone) sidewalks border wide boulevards.

Lively, commercial Oporto is the second largest city in Portugal after Lisbon. Also called Porto for short, the word easily brings to mind the city's most famous product - port wine. Oporto's strategic location on the north bank of the Douro River has accounted for the town's importance since ancient times. The Romans built a fort here where their trading route crossed the Douro, and the Moors brought their own culture to the area. Oporto profited from provisioning crusaders en route to the Holy Land and enjoyed the riches from Portuguese maritime discoveries during the 15th and 16th centuries.

La Coruña, the largest city in Spain's Galicia region, is among the country's busiest ports. The remote Galicia area is tucked into the northwest corner of the Iberian Peninsula, surprising visitors with its green and misty countryside that is so much unlike other parts of Spain. The name "Galicia" is Celtic in origin, for it was the Celts who occupied the region around the 6th-century BC and erected fortifications. La Coruña was already considered an important port under the Romans. They were followed by an invasion of Suevians, Visigoths and, much later in 730, the Moors.

The Campo Valdés baths, dating back to the 1st century AD, and other reminders of Gijón's time as an ancient Roman port remain visible downtown. Gijón was almost destroyed in a 14th-century struggle over the Castilian throne, but by the 19th century it was a thriving port and industrial city. The modern-day city is part fishing port, part summer resort, and part university town, packed with cafés, restaurants, and sidrerías.

Time in Bilbao (Bilbo, in Euskera) may be recorded as BG or AG (Before Guggenheim or After Guggenheim). Never has a single monument of art and architecture so radically changed a city. Frank Gehry's stunning museum, Norman Foster's sleek subway system, the Santiago Calatrava glass footbridge and airport, the leafy César Pelli Abandoibarra park and commercial complex next to the Guggenheim, and the Philippe Starck AlhóndigaBilbao cultural center have contributed to an unprecedented cultural revolution in what was once the industry capital of the Basque Country.

Bordeaux as a whole, rather than any particular points within it, is what you'll want to visit in order to understand why Victor Hugo described it as Versailles plus Antwerp, and why the painter Francisco de Goya, when exiled from his native Spain, chose it as his last home (he died here in 1828). The capital of southwest France and the region's largest city, Bordeaux remains synonymous with the wine trade: wine shippers have long maintained their headquarters along the banks of the Garonne, while buyers from around the world arrive for the huge biennial Vinexpo show (held in odd-number years).

Lovely Belle-Île-en-Mer is the largest of a small clutch of islands off the coast of Brittany. Just twelve miles long and less than four miles wide, this verdant atoll benefits from a mild climate, which contributes to the abundant flora found here. Fragrant eucalyptus, exotic gingko and mimosa trees, bountiful figs and colourful oleanders are all part of the lush landscape. Secluded, small beaches along coastal paths and quiet roadways are perfect for hiking and biking. Le Palais, the island’s main town, boasts a 16th-century citadel standing guard near the harbour.

Visit Locronan, France’s most picturesque medieval village. Once there, you will have a guided visit and will see the church with its 15th century stained glass depicting the passion of Saint Ronan. At Le Guillou bakery you can taste the traditional Breton butter cake known as “kouign amann” before watching a group of Breton dancers in their traditional costumes, introducing you to Brittany’s rich culture and identity.
Thrust out into the sea and bound to the mainland only by tenuous man-made causeways, romantic St-Malo has built a reputation as a breeding ground for phenomenal sailors. Many were fishermen, but others—most notably Jacques Cartier, who claimed Canada for Francis I in 1534—were New World explorers. Still others were corsairs, "sea dogs" paid by the French crown to harass the Limeys across the Channel: legendary ones like Robert Surcouf and Duguay-Trouin helped make St-Malo rich through their pillaging, in the process earning it the nickname "the pirates' city.

Le Havre, founded by King Francis I of France in 1517, is located in Upper Normandy on the north bank of the mouth of the River Seine, which is considered the most frequented waterway in the world. Its port is ranked the second largest in France. The city was originally built on marshland and mudflats that were drained in the 1500’s. During WWII most of Le Havre was destroyed by Allied bombing raids. Post war rebuilding of the city followed the development plans of the well-known Belgian architect Auguste Perre.
London is an ancient city whose history greets you at every turn. If the city contained only its famous landmarks—the Tower of London or Big Ben—it would still rank as one of the world's top cities. But London is so much more. The foundations of London's character and tradition endure. The British bobby is alive and well. The tall, red, double-decker buses (in an updated model) still lumber from stop to stop. Then there's that greatest living link with the past—the Royal Family with all its attendant pageantry.

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Owner's Suite

Hasta 827 ft² / 77 m² terraza incluida (89 ft² / 8 m²)

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Grand Suite

Hasta 1,314 ft² / 122 m² terraza incluida (194 ft² / 18.5 m²)

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Royal Suite

Hasta 1,031 ft² / 96m² terraza incluida (175 ft² / 16,5 m²)

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Silver Suite

541 ft² / 52 m² terraza incluida (92 ft² / 8 m²)

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Medallion Suite

437 ft² / 40.6 m² terraza incluida (81 ft² / 7.6 m²)

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Deluxe Veranda Suite

295 ft² / 27 m² terraza incluidaa (49 ft²/ 4,5 m²)

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Veranda Suite

295 ft² / 27 m² terraza incluida (49 ft²/ 4,5 m²)

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Vista Suite

240 ft² / 22m²

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incluido en la tarifa del crucero

  • Elegantes y espaciosas suites, más del 85% con terraza privada
  • Servicio personalizado, prácticamente un miembro de la tripulación por huésped
  • Servicio de mayordomo en cada suite. Todos los huéspedes reciben el mismo tratamiento y servicio
  • Cenas con servicio de libre elección de mesa y horario
  • Gran variedad de oferta gastronómica; casual, romántica, especialidades regionales y cocina gourmet inspirada por Relais & Châteaux
  • Bebidas en la suite y en todas las áreas de el barco: vinos y licores premium, selecta variedad de cafés y refrescos. Servicio personalizado de cocktails en el bar
  • Comidas en la suite y servicio a la habitación las 24 horas incluido
  • Amplia variedad de opciones de entretenimiento desde música en vivo hasta espectáculos de gran producción
  • Consultor de destinos y/o conferencista de enriquecimiento cultural
  • Servicio de traslado gratuito a la ciudad en la mayoría de los puertos
  • El precio del crucero incluye las propinas
  • Acceso ilimitado a Internet

Silver Cloud Expedition

Después de una extensa renovación, Silver Cloud es el barco de la clase de hielo, más espacioso y confortable en cruceros de expedición. Sus amplias suites, sus itinerarios y su servicio sin igual lo harán verdaderamente especial. Sus cinco opciones para comer van a deleitar su paladar y el 80% de sus suites incluyen una terraza, ver una ballena salir a la superficie o un par de pingüinos dando brincos, nunca ha sido tan personal. Amplias terrazas panorámicas con múltiples espacios abiertos y una piscina completan lo que es sin duda el barco de expedición más distintivo en la actualidad. Un número limitado de huéspedes en aguas polares, significa que Silver Cloud tiene la mayor relación de espacio a huéspedes y tripulación a huéspedes en cruceros de expedición. Con sus 16 zodiacs, las posibilidades son casi ilimitadas con exploraciones simultáneas en todo el barco. Por último, un equipo de 19 expertos apasionados y dedicados estarán siempre a su disposición para asegurarse de que su viaje sea mejorado en cada paso del camino.


Las suites con vistas al océano de Silversea se encuentran entre las más espaciosa de los cruceros y todas incluyen servicio de mayordomo. Seleccione su suite y solicite un presupuesto - los huéspedes que reserven con antelación disfrutarán de las mejores tarifas y de la posibilidad de seleccionar su suite preferida.


Descubra nuestra colección de espacios a bordo donde disfrutará conociendo a viajeros afines y por supuesto, de nuestro servicio todo incluido.

Zonas públicas

Reconocidos por su excelencia culinaria y su espíritu innovador, todos los cruceros de lujo de Silversea ofrecen una variedad de espacios de restauración siempre abiertos, así como varios locales especializados a bordo.

1 Programa en tierra y 3 Hoteles

Nuestros programas en tierra (varios días, antes, después o durante el crucero) proporcionan oportunidades adicionales para descubrir más sobre lo esencial y los tesoros escondidos en los destinos que visites.

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Su expedición le llevará de un descubrimiento a otro. Un programa adicional de experiencias únicas en la costa, en pequeños grupos, lideradas por un equipo de expertos guías y con charlas, le permitirá conocer plenamente el destino que visite.

puntos esenciales del viaje

Day 1 — Lisbon, Portugal
Embark Silver Cloud this afternoon and depart on your exciting 12-day Silversea Expedition — Epicurean Europe. This afternoon you will attend a safety drill before leaving port. Later there will be a Sail Away cocktail and you will be introduced to your Expedition Team and our guest lecturers. Tonight we invite you to the first of many memorable dinners in one of the restaurants, specially prepared by the Culinary Experts and our Executive Chef.

Day 2 — Leixoes (Oporto), Portugal
Oporto is located near the mouth of the Douro River and the second largest city in Portugal. During our visit to the city centre (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) where we will visit the “Bolhao” market, the oldest in town. We will see the impressive 14th century St. Francis Church with its magnificent 18th century gold-encrusted interior. Our day in Oporto would not be complete without a visit to a well-known wine cellar for a taste of some world-famous port wine and to learn how over the years, methods of maturing and blending were refined and continue today. 3 different types of port wine will be offered for tasting. We then proceed to Ribeira, its picturesque riverfront quarter made up of narrow, twisting streets lined with brightly tiled or pastel-painted façades.

If history is more your field of interest, accompany us to see Guimaraes –a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the cradle of the nation and first capital of Portugal. Our extensive walking tour will take us to the medieval King’s Castle and the 15th century Palace of the Dukes of Bragança. This palace houses a fantastic museum and a beautiful art gallery. On our walking tour we will see the old town with its narrow cobblestone streets and quiet corners. There will be some free time to browse the local shops.

Our wine lovers will want to see the Douro Valley (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). This excursion will take you to the village of Peso da Regua and the wine lodge “Quinta da Pacheca”. There we will get acquainted with the different varieties of wine grown and will have a tempting lunch of typical Portuguese specialities using products of the Douro region, accompanied by the best-suited Quinta da Pacheca wines.

Day 3 — La Coruña, Spain
A Coruna (La Coruña) is an important coastal town of Galicia and has the oldest Roman lighthouse still in use (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Be out on deck early in the morning to see it while Silver Cloud approaches the harbour.

Today’s excursion takes you to the city of Santiago de Compostela and its famous Obradoiro Square and the Cathedral. You have two options: you can either walk on one of the most beautiful paths into Santiago – normally made at the end of the “Camino de Santiago”- or you can choose to explore the Plaza Obradoiro in depth. In both cases you will have the opportunity to attend the 12 o’clock mass and we hope to see the impressive swing of the incense burner (known as the Botafumeiro). You will have some free time before meeting again at the Square, heading over to the impressive Parador de los Reyes Catolicos for a tapas lunch and wine tasting –and watching the performance of a Galician dance group.
Day 4 — Gijon, Spain
Gijon will permit you to visit the culturally and historically important city of Oviedo, the modern capital of Asturias for a walking tour of the downtown area and the carefully restored Old Town area. Then drive to Gijon to enter La Laboral, Spain’s biggest building –holding the “City of Culture” and part of Gijon’s university.

Another half day excursion will visit Aviles, an old seafaring and farming town, with its historic quarter -declared a zone of artistic monumental interest due to its buildings, palaces, arcades and churches. Returning to Gijon, La Laboral will be briefly visited, followed by a look at Gijon's Old Quarter. 

For nature lovers a visit to the lakes of Covadonga will be of interest. Located within the National Park Los Picos de Europa, beautiful panoramic views of the lakes and surrounding landscape can be enjoyed –as long as fog does not prevent the drive up to the lakes. Covadonga holds a special historical meaning for Spain, as the Reconquista started here in 722 after the first Christian victory over the Moors. Lunch will be served at the Parador de Cangas.

Day 5 — Bilbao, Spain
From Silver Cloud you will be driven along the estuary down to the Gran Via, which reflects Bilbao’s 19th century mining and industrial prosperity, to the heart of the city. On the way you will notice how the city is redefining itself through modern constructions and buildings. Undoubtedly the most emblematic is the Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art -one of Frank Gehry’s masterpieces in flowing titanium and limestone, with sail-like shapes suggesting Bilbao’s maritime heritage. The Museum in itself is a piece of art. Apart from an outside explanation, we will have a 90 minutes specially guided visit. After some free time we will visit the Casco Viejo, or Old Quarters, located on the right bank of the river Nervion. Many of the streets are now pedestrian and you will see the 14th century Gothic cathedral, the Arriaga Theatre, and the Plaza Nueva.

There will be some free time at the Guggenheim Museum and at the Old Quarter to explore on one's own.

During the afternoon we will cross the Bay of Biscay on our way to France and Bordeaux.
Let our food and wine specialists pamper you with more information on delicacies from the Basque region and the Medoc.

Days 6–7 — Bordeaux, France (Overnight)
Silver Cloud will get into Bordeaux during the mid-morning and there will be many choices to spend the two days in and around Bordeaux.

On either day you might want to join a walking tour of this historic UNESCO World Heritage city. We begin with a look at the 18th century Grand Theatre, one of the most beautiful in Europe. Our walk continues through the old Bordeaux district, taking in the Place du Parlement and Place de la Bourse, the cathedral Saint Andre and the City Hall. Our tour concludes in the luxury boutiques district, called “the triangle” by the locals, and the Quinconces square. During our time ashore we will discover some local traditional specialties, such as chocolate, canelé cake, cheese and of course sample some fine Bordeaux wines.

If you think the walking tour will let you gain too many calories, how about jogging through Bordeaux accompanied by an experienced guide –without the tasting of local delicacies?
If you like exercise, yet want to taste some wine –select the biking adventure through Saint-Emilion vineyards (with tasting wines at Chateau La Dominique). You will be driven to St-Emilion where your bicycle awaits you. A 90-minute cycling adventure, pedalling along a combination of flat and hilly roads, will let you enjoy the beautiful landscape and famous vineyards you will pass before reaching Chateau La Dominique. Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon are grown on a 30-hectare terroir.

If you prefer hiking and want to climb Europe’s highest sand dune, then the Pyla sand dune and oyster tasting should be your choice. Driving through the Landes de Gascogne forest, you will be taken to Arcachon Bay and Le Pyla. To climb the 105 metres tall sand dune, wooden steps will make the first part easier. From the top you will have sweeping views of the Landes forest, Arcachon Bay and the sea. Afterwards you will be taken to a local oyster farm, where the owner will share insights into the oyster business before you will get to sample 6 oysters, accompanied with rye bread, butter and dry white wine.

For food and market lovers we have the following choice: to visit the traditional food market of Creon –some 45 minutes southeast of Bordeaux- tasting bread, ham, cheese, and canelé cake (all local produce) during a guided visit.

Silver Cloud will be docked in Bordeaux overnight, and the evening is yours to spend as you please. Enjoy the comfort of Silver Cloud’s many restaurants, ending the evening with a liqueur in one of the lounges and bars or a cigar in The Connoisseur’s Corner. Or take the opportunity to head out and try one of the many local restaurants for a dinner ashore.
Having explored the historical sights of Bordeaux and done some exercise, we then turn to the culinary highlights as well: a French breakfast — how about some fresh local croissants, croque-monsieur, or pain-au-chocolat? — will permit us to be in the best of conditions for a special visit at one of the Bordeaux classified wine estates.

Depending on your choice of excursions you will enjoy a special lunch at some of the most acclaimed Michelin star restaurants of the Bordeaux region on one of the two days in Bordeaux. The excursion will visit acclaimed vineyards where you will get to taste different wines before heading to carefully selected restaurants. The beautiful settings of these restaurants will charm you. There you will appreciate the art of careful selection of dishes from a constantly growing repertoire of recipes; the purchase of local products whose flavours go well together; the pairing of food with wine; the setting of a beautiful table; and, obviously, the smelling and tasting of the items at the table. UNESCO has accepted the French gastronomic meal as an intangible cultural world heritage — and Silversea has the pleasure of offering you a memorable meal in a historical setting.

During the evening Silver Cloud will leave Bordeaux, cruising down the estuary.

Day 8 — Belle Ile en Mer, France
Although one might think that a name like “the beautiful island in the sea” might be a little too poetic, artists and painters have come to love the nature of this largest of the Brittany islands.  “Les Aiguilles de Port Coton”, a famous painting by Claude Monet, depicts the wild southern coast and rocks exposed to wind and waves. The island has a ‘soft’ side too. Its northern shore has two ports and long sandy beaches. At the port of Le Palais is one of the historical gems of the island. Mentioned by Alexandre Dumas in his second book about the Three Musketeers, the Citadelle de Belle Ile had great strategic importance as access to the south of Brittany was controlled by Belle Ile and its smaller neighbours Houat and Hoed. The beautifully maintained fort is now a museum. There are other spectacular and unique fortifications along the island’s shore

During the afternoon we will go ashore to explore Belle Ile en Mer and its attractions.

Day 9 — Bay of Douarnenez, France
Today you have the opportunity to visit Locronan, France’s most picturesque medieval village. Once there, you will have a guided visit and will see the church with its 15th century stained glass depicting the passion of Saint Ronan. At Le Guillou bakery you can taste the traditional Breton butter cake known as “kouign amann”.
You can also combine a visit to the medieval town of Quimper with a visit and lunch at a Crêperie in Locronan. In both towns you will have guided walks to see the architectural highlights.

If you like fresh air and handicraft choose to visit Tronoen, the “Cathedral of the Dunes”. Driving through along the “Pays Bigouden” and picturesque villages you will reach Penmarc’h Cap to walk on the coastguard paths.

Another choice would be to drive from Douarnenez to Brest, France's westernmost port. Its location and activities have been vital in commerce and conflicts over the centuries and it has been a major base of operations for American naval vessels during WWII. A guided visit of the Brest Marine Museum will be followed by a cheese and wine lunch at the famous Lossulien Mansion. The final stop will be at Pougastel-Daoulas and its Calvary dating back to the early 17th century.

If you like oysters and Muscadet, then join an excursion to the Coast of Legends to visit one of France's most famous oyster farms. Try the local oysters with wine matured in deep-sea water before having a gourmet lunch at a local restaurant..

Day 10 — Saint-Malo, France
Today you have the choice of different excursions: during the late morning we can visit the legendary Mont Saint Michel (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). After breakfast we will set off for this spectacular granite tidal island, situated on the border between Normandy and Brittany. Upon arrival, we will have lunch at a local restaurant before we stroll through the narrow streets of the mediaeval village and up to the Abbey. After descending back down to the village you will have free time for shopping or simply enjoying this special place before heading back to Saint-Malo.

If you are interested in a special culinary aspect of the region, you might want to visit a salt meadow lamb farm near Mont Saint Michel. After learning about the salt meadow lamb –considered a delicacy because of the high salinity and iodine content of the pasture- you will be taken to a nearby restaurant where you will be served a gastronomic menu featuring the delightful salt meadow lamb.

If you like oysters, you will want to visit the picturesque fishing village Cancale, renowned for its oyster beds. A guided visit of the "Ferme Marine" will let you discover everything about the work of the oyster farmers. Then enjoy a wine and oyster tasting before driving back to Saint-Malo. 

Saint-Malo itself invites to be explored. Strolling the quaint narrow streets one can find sites of historical interest, view the castle, walk the ramparts and marvel at the work behind the defensive structures on the surrounding islets dating back to the 17th century.

Day 11 — Le Havre, France
Located at the mouth of the Seine, Le Havre has France’s second most important harbour. Since the town had been heavily bombed during World War II the city centre had to be completely rebuilt. This post-war reconstruction with its systematic use of a modular grid, prefabrication and favouring as material mainly concrete resulted in Le Havre’s central city being declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005 for its outstanding example of urban planning. Le Havre is also considered a green city with Monteon Forest and Rouelles Park located within the Upper Town. The Normandy Bridge, the Seine’s bridge closest to the Channel, was the world’s longest cable-stayed bridge when inaugurated in 1995.

Today's choices include a visit to one of the most romantic towns, river-ports and seaports of Normandy: Honfleur. A guided walking tour through Honfleur will have you stroll along the picturesque narrow streets lined with timber-framed houses, seeing the 15th century St. Catherine's Church and its bell tower, the salt warehouses, the Lieutenance, residence of the former governor of the city, and the Old Port with its picturesque quay.

If you want to see Deauville and its famous "Planches", a wooden plank promenade that runs the length of the beach, you will have an orientation tour of this delightful spot and will be able to explore further at leisure, before it is time to discover local products visiting a distillery. The Drouin-Coeur de Lion estate is in the heart of the Auge Country. There you will see the process from the apple press to the aging of calvados in oak casks. You will be invited to taste cider, pommeau and calvados, accompanied by three types of delicious Norman cheeses: Camembert, Livarot and Pont L’Eveque.

The third choice is a drive to Fecamp, famous for its Benedictine Palace -combining both Gothic and Renaissance styles, the building dates from the end of the 19th century. An exhibition enables you to see, touch and smell spices and plants from all over the world including the 27 different ingredients of the Benedictine liqueur. Then discover the distillery displaying the stills and the cellars where the famous liqueur matures. Next indulge yourself with a Benedictine liqueur tasting. 

A fourth choice will permit you to see one of the most important WWII sites in Normandy and France: D-Day's Omaha Beach. The excursion will leave Le Havre for Colleville-sur-Mer and a short visit to Omaha Beach, before heading on to the Normandy American Cemetery.  

Leaving France in the afternoon, Silver Cloud will sail for London.

Day 12 — London, England
Today you have a very early morning cruise up the River Thames ahead of you. You will pass the O2 just before crossing the Greenwich Meridian, having a marvellous view of the University of Greenwich, the old Royal Naval College, the National Maritime Museum and Greenwich Park. We will go past the splendidly renovated Cutty Sark and Canary Wharf. As a further highlight Silver Cloud will pass the Tower Bridge and the impressive Tower of London.

During the day you can embark on a panoramic tour showing you the essential highlights London has to offer. The tour will pass St. Paul’s Cathedral, Trafalgar Square with Nelson’s Column, and the National Gallery, continuing on towards Buckingham Palace, St. James’s Park and The Mall. From London’s main ceremonial avenue we travel down to Whitehall and Downing Street before entering Parliament Square. You will see the historic Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the immense structure of the magnificent Westminster Abbey. The tour then heads back down the Embankment towards Silver Cloud.

In the evening Silversea and the Royal Geographical Society have arranged for a very special reception at the Royal Geographical Society’s headquarter. You will enjoy a reception across the ground floor of the Society, soaking up the atmosphere of the Map Room and Hall. You will then be escorted into the Ondaatje Theatre for a welcome by the Silversea’s representatives, Alasdair MacLeod, Head of Collection & Resources, RSG-IGB, and a guest speaker.
Following the welcome there will be an “Open House” style evening – guests can enjoy private views of the Society’s Collections in the Foyle Reading Room while refreshments will be served in the Fine Rooms of the Society’s historic home.  From over two million items in its Collections, the specially curated exhibit will include artefacts, maps, photographs, archival and personal items used by famous Antarctic and Arctic explorers (including Scott, Shackleton, Mawson, Amundsen, Nansen and Peary), plus a selection of iconic pieces from the Society’s wider holdings which document world exploration over 500 years.

Day 13 – London, England
Following breakfast, disembark Silver Cloud.


Expedition highlights and wildlife listed here are possible experiences only and cannot be guaranteed. Your Expedition Leader and Captain will work together to ensure opportunities for adventure and exploration are the best possible, taking into account the prevailing weather and wildlife activity. Guest speakers are subject to change and/or cancellation without notice. Expedition Team members scheduled for this voyage are subject to change or cancellation.


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