Silversea Expeditions Launching New Antarctica Trips This Summer

A ship in Antarctica. For a limited time, Silversea Expeditions will host a series of four Shackleton Centenary Voyages to Antarctica, inspired by Sir Ernest Shackleton’s Endurance trip nearly 100 years ago. 

On the 18-day trips, beginning November of 2015, guests will sail roundtrip from Ushuaia on the Silver Explorer and will enjoy walking or boating excursions to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, Elephant Island, and the Antarctic Peninsula. Amenities include gourmet food, wine and spirits, a personal butler, and all Zodiac transportation. The Shackleton Voyage will depart November 14, 2015, and January 3, February 2, and December 22 of 2016. 

Guests onboard the Silver Explorer will be able to discover the historical and wildlife experiences that Shackleton and his crew encountered. An on-deck exhibition, hosted by the Royal Geographical Society, will give guests the opportunity to see original copies of artifacts and images taken by the Endurance’s photographer, Frank Hurley


Like this story? Subscribe to Daily News & Deals!

Featuring breaking news on the latest product launches, deals, sales promotions, and executive appointments. Be sure to sign-up for this free industry daily newsletter.

Travelers will also have the ability to extend their adventure to London, England, where the Royal Geographical Society will be showing its exhibition, “The Enduring Eye: The Antarctic Legacy of Sir Ernest Shackleton and Frank Hurley.” Silversea Expeditions will give guests VIP tickets to this exhibition. Trips to the Royal Geographical Society in London can be arranged before or after voyages on the Silver Explorer.   

For more information on the voyages or questions on bookings, reservations, and trip itineraries, visit

Suggested Articles:

Radisson Blu Resort & Residences, Punta Cana will be located on the beach of Cabeza de Toro and just 10 minutes from downtown Punta Cana.

MMGY Global says domestic travel safety scores low at 34 and international travel scores even lower at 22 (0 being least safe; 100 being safest).

More than 250 businesses, organizations and institutions have begun planning for tourism and hospitality industry recovery. Check it out.