Silver Galapagos is a ship that brings passengers to one of the most isolated places on earth. Those sailing on this small, intimate vessel get to experience the Galapagos Islands unlike many do, on an expedition that includes face-to-face encounters with wildlife and thrilling sights of landscapes that are almost unimaginable.
Silver Galapagos cruises are journeys of a lifetime for many travelers. These trips are shared with just 100 other passengers, on a ship that has recently received a complete makeover and is filled with luxurious spaces for indulging in a heavenly vacation. Silver Galapagos is an elegant, yet comfortable, ship that lets travelers explore extremely remote regions because she has the advantage of being able to get into areas that large ships can’t.
Silver Galapagos sails to the Galapagos archipelago, which is a group of islands that lies off of the western coast of South America. This locale, which is inaccessible to many, is your playground when you cruise on Silver Galapagos. You’ll have the special opportunity to view secluded regions of the world and witness sights that are unseen anywhere else in nature. You’ll sail on 7-day itineraries to western, southern, or eastern Galapagos Islands.
Silver Galapagos features two restaurants: The Grill and The Restaurant. At The Grill, you can eat inside or out (outdoors is enchanting because of the soft ocean breezes that caress you as you dine), and you have tapas, grilled favorites, fresh-from-the-oven pizzas, and even cocktails to enjoy. The Restaurant serves a range of globally inspired selections, such as the local Ecuadorian specialties that can enrich a cultural journey.
Bars and Lounges
If you want to relax with a drink while you’re sailing Silver Galapagos, you can visit the ship’s Piano Bar. The Piano Bar is where passengers kick back, mingle, and listen to live music as they gaze out of windows onto stunning vistas of lava rocks and blue sea.
While you’re at sea on Silver Galapagos, the Pool Deck is available for you to for sunning or sleeping (and, of course, swimming and taking a dip in the Jacuzzi). Sometimes, passengers head up to Deck 3 to put on snorkeling gear and then they hop overboard to take in a bit of snorkeling in spectacular waters. Inside Silver Galapagos, you always have the Massage Room to unwind in and the Library, which is a fun place to sit down to conservation lectures or daily briefings on Island happenings.
To find out more about cruising on Silver Galapagos, visit the Silversea Cruises website.