All-inclusive package expanded to Silversea polar trips

Silver Cloud in Greenland PHOTO: Lacey Dawson

An All-Inclusive Polar Package is now bundled into all Silversea expedition voyages to Antarctica and the Arctic.

The package includes a one-night, pre-cruise hotel stay, In-country flight(s) when required by the itinerary, one post-cruise day-use hotel and transfers/luggage handling between airport, hotel and ship. All guided shore experiences and Zodiac excursions and a polar parka are also part of the package.

Before, Silversea offered all-inclusive packaging on Galápagos voyages and specific destinations for Silversea’s classic fleet.

Special pricing

Examples of voyages with All-Inclusive Polar Package benefits that are currently eligible for time-limited air promotions include Silver Cloud’s June 10, 2020 Arctic expedition. The 11-day cruise sails from Iceland to Svalbard, Norway. Early Booking Bonus fares start at $10,440 per person, double occupancy.

And, in Antarctica, Silver Explorer’s Dec. 5-17, 2019 voyage round-trip from Ushuaia, Argentina, offers Last Minute Savings fares starting at $16,700. Just after that, Silver Explorer’s 18-day Christmas/New Year’s voyage embarking Dec. 17 will visit Antarctica, the Falkland Islands and South Georgia. Last Minute Savings fares begin at $25,400.

Air promotions

Air promotions for the Arctic and Antarctica are now available on new bookings until Aug. 30. The savings program includes free economy round-trip air, or reduced business class air, for flights from select US and Canadian gateways.


Posted 16 August 2019

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