New upper deck suites confirmed for Silver Endeavour

Two new suite categories, 10 additional berths for luxe expedition ship

Silversea Cruises has confirmed details of the upcoming refurbishment planned for Silver Endeavour, that includes six brand-new upper deck suites, flagged exclusively by LATTE earlier this month.

The capacity expansion was foreshadowed by former CEO Roberto Martinoli ahead of Silver Endeavour‘s maiden Antarctic season, but more specific details were revealed to LATTE by Silversea’s head of Expedition, Conrad Combrink while in Sydney recently.

Following its inaugural season in Antarctica, Silversea’s newest expedition ship will enter the San Giorgio del Porto shipyard in Genova, Italy, on 3 April 2023, emerging with an array of enhancements that will evolve the onboard and expedition experiences for guests. Responding to high demand for the ship’s most spacious accommodations, Silversea will craft six new upper suites on deck eight, as well as four new suites on deck five, introducing two new suite categories that will immerse travellers even deeper into the destination.

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Silver Endeavour’s refurbishment will strengthen her status as the world’s most luxurious expedition ship,” said Roberto Bruzzone, Silversea’s Senior Vice President of Marine Operations.

“With our guests’ cruise experience in mind, we are broadening her range of accommodation options by introducing two new suite categories, enriching a selection of public venues, and creating space for additional crew members to maintain one of the industry’s highest crew-to-guest ratios. Building on the success of her inaugural Antarctic season, Silver Endeavour will welcome travellers in the Arctic from June 2023, offering deeper connections and greater destination reach than ever.”

10 New Suites, including Six Upper Suites and Two new categories

Replacing the former helicopter hangar amidships, Silversea will install two Master Suites and four Signature Suites – two new suite categories to increase guests’ accommodation options. Starboard side on deck five, four Classic Veranda Suites will replace the Medical Centre, which will relocate to the space currently occupied by the Casino on deck four – as also flagged first by LATTE.

Master Suites

Offering one of the strongest connections with the destination in ultra-luxury expedition cruising, Silver Endeavour’s two new Master Suites, located towards the ship’s aft, will provide uninterrupted, 270-degree views from their 29 sqm verandas and large living areas, thanks to panoramic, vaulted glazing. Spacious, at 108 sqm, the two Master suites will feature expansive living and dining areas; perfectly proportioned bedrooms with king-sized or twin beds, and a walk-in closet; and a roomy bathroom with a walk-in shower, and separate whirlpool bath. The living room will include a convertible sofa to accommodate a third guest.

Signature Suites

Four new Signature Suites, ranging from 67 sqm to 78 sqm, will welcome guests in spacious luxury, offering an open living room and dining area; an expansive bedroom with king-sized or twin beds, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a walk-in closet; and an adjoining bathroom, complete with a generously sized walk-in shower, and whirlpool bath. The living room will include a convertible sofa to accommodate a third guest, as well as floor-to-ceiling glass doors offering far-reaching views. Spacious verandas of between 16 sqm and 25 sqm will provide ideal spots from which guests can relax and admire the destination.

Classic Veranda Suites

Four Classic Veranda Suites will be installed on the ship’s starboard side on deck four, maintaining the traditional layout, features, and amenities of Silversea’s existing Veranda Suites. Each of the 33 sqm suites will include a veranda of 5 sqm and will welcome guests in the cruise line’s trademark level of comfort.

Tthe removal of the Casino on deck four will create space for four new crew cabins, which will host seven additional crew members to maintain Silversea’s unparalleled service standards and expedition experience. As well as bolstering the ship’s hotel team, the extra cabins will enlarge the ship’s expedition team to 22—offering guests greater access to more specialists for a deeper immersion into the destination.

Upcoming enhancements will also include the installation of handcrafted Lalique crystal panels in La Dame—Silversea’s signature French restaurant, which offers guests one of the most elegant fine dining experiences at sea.

Following Silver Endeavour’s refurbishment in Genova, she will undertake two voyages in the British Isles and Iceland, before embarking upon her inaugural Arctic season from 3 June, with nine voyages set to include many of the Polar Region’s most remote destinations, including Pond Inlet, Cape York, and Qaanaaq, among others.

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