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Silver Explorer

Embark on a luxurious expedition to Antarctica aboard Silver Explorer, a purpose-built expedition ship unlike any other. Designed specifically for navigating waters in some of the world’s most remote destinations, including both of earth’s polar regions, the 6,072-ton vessel boasts a strengthened hull with a Lloyd’s Register ice-class notation (1A) for passenger ships.

Onboard, savour a convivial cosmopolitan ambience and many special amenities usually found only on larger ships, including a spacious library with an internet café, boutique shopping, a full-service spa, beauty salon, fitness centre, sauna, live evening entertainment and two top-deck whirlpools. The Silver Explorer even features Connoisseur's Corner, formerly The Humidor, where connoisseurs can enjoy the finest cigars and cognacs — a diversion offered by no other expedition ship.


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The Cabins

Owners Suite – On Deck 7, these two cabins can accommodate up to 3 passengers. They have a large teak veranda, living room with sitting area, twin
beds or queen bed, bathroom with full size bath and separate shower and two flat screen televisions with interactive video.

Grand Suite – Slightly smaller than the Owner’s Suites, these two cabins are also on Deck 7 and can accommodate up to 3 passengers. They have a large teak veranda, living room with sitting area, twin beds or queen bed, bathroom with full size bath and separate shower and two flat screen televisions with interactive video.

Medallion Suite – The smallest two cabins on Deck 7. Teak veranda, sitting area, twin beds or queen bed, bathroom with full size bath and separate shower, flat screen television with interactive video.

Silver Suite – On Deck 5, these six cabins can accommodate up to 3 passengers. Each has two French balconies with floor to ceiling glass doors,
living room, twin beds or queen bed, bathroom with full size bath and separate shower and two flat screen televisions with interactive video.

Expedition Suite – On Decks 3 and 4 these four cabins can accommodate up to 3 passengers. On Deck 3 they have two view windows and Deck 4 they have two large picture windows. There is a living room, twin beds or queen bed, bathroom with full bath and separate shower and two flat screen televisions with interactive video.

Veranda Suite – On Deck 5 these eight cabins have a French balcony with floor to ceiling glass doors. There is a sitting area and bathroom with bath/shower combination. Some rooms have fixed queen beds, others are twin beds or queen bed.

Vista Suite – These 12 cabins are on Deck 4 and have a large picture window. There is a sitting area, twin beds or queen bed and bathroom with bath/shower combination.

View Suite – These 12 cabins are on Deck 3 and have a view window. There is a sitting area, twin beds or queen bed and bathroom with bath/shower
combination.

Explorer Class – These 8 cabins are on Deck 4 and have a view window. There is a sitting area, twin beds or queen bed, bathroom with bath/shower
combination.

Adventurer Class – On Deck 3, these 6 cabins are the only ones with portholes. There is a sitting area, twin beds or queen bed and bathroom with bath/shower combination.

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