It applies to sailings on board Silver Endeavour, Silver Wind and Silver Cloud, with voyages to some of the most remote locations, including Longyearbyen, Kangerlussuaq, and Pond Inlet in the Arctic, among others. The line will operate seven itineraries to over 110 destinations in the Arctic between 2023 and 2025.
Massimo Brancaleoni, SVP global sales, Silversea Cruises said the charter flights build on Silversea’s all-inclusive expeditions, enhancing the ‘seamlessness’ of its passengers’ journeys. ‘Silversea is committed to innovation and we are always looking for ways to enhance the travel experience for our guests, including the pre- and post-cruise journey,’ he said.
Private transfers to airports
Passengers opting for both Silversea’s door-to-door and port-to-port services will fly to the Arctic on private charter flights, with an enhanced service throughout, superior culinary provided, premium beverages, and bespoke in-flight entertainment.
When required by the itinerary, overnight luxury accommodation will be included as standard with both port-to-port and door-to-door fares. Once in the Arctic, passengers will be transferred to their ship.
‘…Complementing our private executive transfers between home and the airport, our new offering of private charter flights will allow our guests to focus on enjoying their Arctic adventure from the moment they leave their homes,’ Brancaleoni added.
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