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10 Days Nights ✦ Puerto Williams to Puerto Williams
Feb 18, 2023  On Board Silver Wind

10 Days Nights

3 Ports

Sea Days

Overnights

Antarctica

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Antarctica Cruise
10 Days Nights ✦ Roundtrip Puerto Williams plus up to 4 Nights Land Program
Feb 18, 2023  On Board Silver Wind

10 Days Nights

3 Ports

Sea Days

Overnights

Antarctica

Unforgettable Journey. Memories of a Lifetime.

Please join me and my team on this spectacular, all-inclusive luxury cruise expedition journey to Antarctica. Starting with an incredible Pre-Cruise Land Program in Santiago, followed by a charter flight to Puerto Williams to explore the Last Continent for the next 10 days aboard the luxurious Silver Wind.

As some of you have travelled with me before, I know that you count on us for personalized, world-class adventures, show-stopping experiences, and unmatched value with thousands of dollars in savings.

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Antarctica Cruise
10 Days Nights ✦ Roundtrip Puerto Williams plus up to 4 Nights Land Program
Feb 18, 2023  On Board Silver Wind

10 Days Nights

3 Ports

Sea Days

Overnights

Antarctica
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2 Nights Pre-Cruise Land Program in Santiago, Chile (All Suites)
Welcome Reception
Half Day City Tour
Breakfast daily and 2 Dinners
4 Nights Pre-Cruise Land Program
(For Veranda & Higher Suites)
Welcome Reception
2 Nights Pre-Cruise in Santiago
Half Day City Tour of Santiago
2 Nights Winelands Tour
Include 3 Winery Tours with Tastings
Wine Dinner
Breakfast daily, 2 Lunches, 3 Dinners

Inclusions

INCLUDES:

  • FREE Roundtrip Air* & Tranfers
    (from Vancouver, Toronto & Montreal)
  • FREE Transfers*
  • 2-Night Pre-Cruise Land Program in Santiago, Chile (All Suites)
  • Plus, 2-Night Wineland Tours (Veranda & Higher Suites)
  • Charter Flight from Santiago to Puerto Williams (return)
  • Guided Zodiac & Tours (Land + Sea + Shoreside)
  • Souvenir Expedition Parka
  • Enrichment Lectures
  • FREE WiFi, Pre-Paid Gratuities, Drinks
  • FREE up to US$300 Shipboard Credit/Suite
  • Butler Service in every suite
  • In-suite Dining & Room Service
  • Choice of restaurants, diverse cuisine, open-seating dining
  • Taxes & Fees Included
  • Fully-Refundable Reduced Deposit
  • Government Taxes and Fees
  • PLUS Travel Insurance
    NO AGE LIMIT
    PRE-EXISTING CONDITION WAIVED
    NO MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE

    See: Insurance Coverage Summary / Resolution Policy
2 Nights Pre-Cruise Land Program in Santiago, Chile (All Suites)
Welcome Reception
Half Day City Tour
Breakfast daily and 2 Dinners
4 Nights Pre-Cruise Land Program
(For Veranda & Higher Suites)
Welcome Reception
2 Nights Pre-Cruise in Santiago
Half Day City Tour of Santiago
2 Nights Winelands Tour
Include 3 Winery Tours with Tastings
Wine Dinner
Breakfast daily, 2 Lunches, 3 Dinners
PRICES
Cruise Connections Exclusive Price (CAD)
All-inclusive w/ Roundtrip Air*, Taxes, Travel Insurance and more.
  Stateroom Sale Fare
(from / per person)
Savings
(up to / per couple)
Extra Shipboard Credit
Vista Suite
Up to 22 m²

w/ 2-Nt Pre-Cruise Land Program
$17,000
$15,188
+ $/Person Taxes & Fees
$3,624
per stateroom
Classic Verandah Suite
Up to 27 m² including veranda

w/ 2-Nt Pre-Cruise Land Program + 2-Nt Wineland Tours
$20,599
$17,588
+ $/Person Taxes & Fees
$6,022
per stateroom
Deluxe Veranda Suite
Up to 27 m² including veranda

w/ 2-Nt Pre-Cruise Land Program + 2-Nt Wineland Tours
$23,099
$20,088
+ $/Person Taxes & Fees
$6,022
per stateroom

Up to 22 m²

$
$
+ $/Person Taxes & Fees
$
per stateroom

* Free Air from Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal gateways.
Low air also add-on available for other gateways. Call for details.

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10-Day Cruise + 3-Day Pre-cruise in Santiago, Chile

Home to so much diverse wildlife, the heart-stopping landscape of Antarctica has been topping wanderlust wish lists for years. Made up of frigid waters and huge rivers of ice, this is truly the frozen frontier at the end of the world. And now it is your turn to experience it! Aided by our team of expert professionals to accompany you throughout this unforgettable adventure, join those who can say they have stepped foot on all seven continents.

Santiago, Chile - Pre-cruise (ALL SUITES)
Santiago, Chile’s capital and largest city, sits in a valley surrounded by the snow-capped Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. Plaza de Armas, the grand heart of the city’s old colonial core, is home to 2 neoclassical landmarks: the 1808 Palacio de la Real Audiencia, housing the National History Museum and the 18th-century Metropolitan Cathedral. La Chascona is the home-turned-museum of poet Pablo Neruda. The city and region are also extremely well known for their love of good food and wine. The vineyards of the nearby Casablanca Valley - first planted in the early 1980s - have earned worldwide recognition in a relatively short space of time. However, Chile’s viticulture history does date back much farther than that. De Saavedra brought grape vines on his voyage to South America in order to make his own wine and this led to a new grape brandy being created, Pisco. Today give any Chilean a Pisco and wherever they are in the world, they will be home.

Santiago, Chile - Pre-cruise (ALL SUITES)
Santiago, Chile’s capital and largest city, sits in a valley surrounded by the snow-capped Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. Plaza de Armas, the grand heart of the city’s old colonial core, is home to 2 neoclassical landmarks: the 1808 Palacio de la Real Audiencia, housing the National History Museum and the 18th-century Metropolitan Cathedral. La Chascona is the home-turned-museum of poet Pablo Neruda. The city and region are also extremely well known for their love of good food and wine. The vineyards of the nearby Casablanca Valley - first planted in the early 1980s - have earned worldwide recognition in a relatively short space of time. However, Chile’s viticulture history does date back much farther than that. De Saavedra brought grape vines on his voyage to South America in order to make his own wine and this led to a new grape brandy being created, Pisco. Today give any Chilean a Pisco and wherever they are in the world, they will be home.

Santiago, Chile - Pre-cruise (VERANDA & HIGHER SUITES)
Santiago, Chile’s capital and largest city, sits in a valley surrounded by the snow-capped Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. Plaza de Armas, the grand heart of the city’s old colonial core, is home to 2 neoclassical landmarks: the 1808 Palacio de la Real Audiencia, housing the National History Museum and the 18th-century Metropolitan Cathedral. La Chascona is the home-turned-museum of poet Pablo Neruda. The city and region are also extremely well known for their love of good food and wine. The vineyards of the nearby Casablanca Valley - first planted in the early 1980s - have earned worldwide recognition in a relatively short space of time. However, Chile’s viticulture history does date back much farther than that. De Saavedra brought grape vines on his voyage to South America in order to make his own wine and this led to a new grape brandy being created, Pisco. Today give any Chilean a Pisco and wherever they are in the world, they will be home.

Santiago, Chile - Pre-cruise (VERANDA & HIGHER SUITES)
Santiago, Chile’s capital and largest city, sits in a valley surrounded by the snow-capped Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. Plaza de Armas, the grand heart of the city’s old colonial core, is home to 2 neoclassical landmarks: the 1808 Palacio de la Real Audiencia, housing the National History Museum and the 18th-century Metropolitan Cathedral. La Chascona is the home-turned-museum of poet Pablo Neruda. The city and region are also extremely well known for their love of good food and wine. The vineyards of the nearby Casablanca Valley - first planted in the early 1980s - have earned worldwide recognition in a relatively short space of time. However, Chile’s viticulture history does date back much farther than that. De Saavedra brought grape vines on his voyage to South America in order to make his own wine and this led to a new grape brandy being created, Pisco. Today give any Chilean a Pisco and wherever they are in the world, they will be home.

Puerto Williams
Puerto Williams is a Chilean city located on Navarino Island on the southern shores of the Beagle Channel. It claims to be the “southernmost city in the world”, however owing to its small size – 2500 residents approximately – the much larger Argentinean city of Ushuaia, which sits on the northern side of the same channel, also claims that title. The surrounding scenery is magnificent. The wild windswept mountains rise above the tree line and are regularly dusted with snow. The city itself has the dramatic backdrop called “Dientes de Navarino” (literally “teeth of Navarino”), which rival the famous Torres del Paine further to the north. The area was originally used by the Yaghan people, hunter-gatherers who despite enduring the harsh regional climate, could not weather the arrival of Europeans. The current city was established as a naval base in 1953 and honours the British-Chilean naval commander John Williams Wilson of the 16th century. Initially it served to protect territorial possessions and fishing rights of the area, as well as offering logistical support to Antarctic bases. More recently it has become a departure point for scientific and tourism trips to the Antarctic region. In contrast to the bustle and traffic of a very commercial Ushuaia, Puerto Williams offers a quieter, more relaxed experience. It charms the visitor with a small village feel, complete with rustic buildings and the homely smell of drifting wood smoke. A haven of peace at the end of the world.

Drake Passage
Sailing the legendary Drake Passage is an experience that few are ever lucky enough to experience. The southern tip of the Americas already feels like a wild enough environment – but the sensation of watching the distant cliffs of the peninsular known as the ‘End of the World’ fade into the horizon, is one that’s equal parts epic, eerie and magical. Set sail, to slowly drop off the bottom of the map from Cape Horn, and voyage on an expedition down into the icy underworld of Antarctica. Drake Passage is an extraordinary voyage of romantic ocean faring legend, as you aim for Antarctica’s icy realm. On arrival, skyscraper sized icebergs salute you, as you traverse the waters of this continent where snow and ice dwelling creatures like penguins and whales roam undisturbed. Your first sight of this most-unexplored place will most likely be the South Shetland Islands. Walk in the footsteps of some of history’s greatest and bravest explorers as you explore famed, snow-covered landmasses like Elephant and Deception Island. If the journey across Drake Passage sounds daunting, don’t worry – even in rough seas you’re never alone, and will often be accompanied on this spine-tingling adventure by soaring albatrosses and maybe even a protective pod of humpbacks and hourglass dolphins or two. Converging warm and cool ocean currents attract some spectacular animal life to the passage. If this is your first visit to this magical continent, you’ll also want to familiarise yourself with our blog for first timers to Antarctica.

Drake Passage
Sailing the legendary Drake Passage is an experience that few are ever lucky enough to experience. The southern tip of the Americas already feels like a wild enough environment – but the sensation of watching the distant cliffs of the peninsular known as the ‘End of the World’ fade into the horizon, is one that’s equal parts epic, eerie and magical. Set sail, to slowly drop off the bottom of the map from Cape Horn, and voyage on an expedition down into the icy underworld of Antarctica. Drake Passage is an extraordinary voyage of romantic ocean faring legend, as you aim for Antarctica’s icy realm. On arrival, skyscraper sized icebergs salute you, as you traverse the waters of this continent where snow and ice dwelling creatures like penguins and whales roam undisturbed. Your first sight of this most-unexplored place will most likely be the South Shetland Islands. Walk in the footsteps of some of history’s greatest and bravest explorers as you explore famed, snow-covered landmasses like Elephant and Deception Island. If the journey across Drake Passage sounds daunting, don’t worry – even in rough seas you’re never alone, and will often be accompanied on this spine-tingling adventure by soaring albatrosses and maybe even a protective pod of humpbacks and hourglass dolphins or two. Converging warm and cool ocean currents attract some spectacular animal life to the passage. If this is your first visit to this magical continent, you’ll also want to familiarise yourself with our blog for first timers to Antarctica.

Antarctic Sound

Few voyages ignite the imagination like a journey down to one of the planet’s most remote, extreme and enchanting wilderness, Antarctica. An adventure in its purest form, only a handful of people will ever be lucky enough to experience the majestic beauty of these monochrome landscapes first-hand. The Antarctic Sound will be one of your first encounters of this whitewash kingdom, located at the northerly tip of the Antarctic Peninsula - which sprawls up like a tentacle towards Tierra del Fuego, South America’s most southerly point, otherwise known as the ‘End of the World’. Taking its name from the first ship to brave the passageway between the peninsular and the Joinville Island groups back in 1902, the Sound is a raw, sensory assault of imposing iceberg slabs, broken away from the disintegrating Larsen Ice Shelf. Come face-to-face with stadium-sized islands of ice and meet the extraordinary birdlife that call this whitewash kingdom home. Watch on, as colonies of Gentoo penguins hop around, and cape petrels sweep overhead, as the continent’s unique wildlife thrives around you. If you’re planning your first venture into Antarctica, you’ll want to brush up on your photography skills in advance, to capture this unforgiving continent in all of its unrestrained glory. Read blog for tips on how to ensure that your photos do justice to the adventure of a lifetime.

3 Included Shore Excursions
Zodiac Cruise with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Hiking with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Extensive
View
Kayaking with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Extensive
View

Antarctic Peninsula

The Antarctic Peninsula unravels upwards towards South America, reaching out a beckoning finger to the adventurous, who dare to explore this untamed realm. Stretching up from the heart of the world’s southernmost continent, the Antarctic Peninsula lies a mere 620 mile from Tierra del Fuego and, for many, offers a spectacular first taste of the snow-blanketed landscapes and colossal ice sculptures, which make up Earth’s least-explored continent. Unseen by humans until 1820 - a blink of an eye ago in relative terms - this is an adventure sure to make your hairs stand on end, as you experience the thrill of the truly unknown and extraordinary. The vast peninsula is sprinkled with research bases, which are at the frontline of human scientific endeavour, pushing to study and understand this unique landscape, its exceptional wildlife, and the impact that humans are having on this pristine continent. Witness cathedral-sized icebergs up close, and blue-hued glaciers, slowly slipping from imposing locations like Hope Bay. Blanched mountain peaks cover the peninsula, and you’ll find thousands of adorable Adelie penguin pairs thriving undisturbed in this peninsula’s unique setting.

3 Included Shore Excursions
Zodiac Cruise with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Hiking with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Extensive
View
Kayaking with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Extensive
View

Antarctic Peninsula

The Antarctic Peninsula unravels upwards towards South America, reaching out a beckoning finger to the adventurous, who dare to explore this untamed realm. Stretching up from the heart of the world’s southernmost continent, the Antarctic Peninsula lies a mere 620 mile from Tierra del Fuego and, for many, offers a spectacular first taste of the snow-blanketed landscapes and colossal ice sculptures, which make up Earth’s least-explored continent. Unseen by humans until 1820 - a blink of an eye ago in relative terms - this is an adventure sure to make your hairs stand on end, as you experience the thrill of the truly unknown and extraordinary. The vast peninsula is sprinkled with research bases, which are at the frontline of human scientific endeavour, pushing to study and understand this unique landscape, its exceptional wildlife, and the impact that humans are having on this pristine continent. Witness cathedral-sized icebergs up close, and blue-hued glaciers, slowly slipping from imposing locations like Hope Bay. Blanched mountain peaks cover the peninsula, and you’ll find thousands of adorable Adelie penguin pairs thriving undisturbed in this peninsula’s unique setting.

3 Included Shore Excursions
Zodiac Cruise with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Hiking with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Extensive
View
Kayaking with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Extensive
View

Antarctic Peninsula

The Antarctic Peninsula unravels upwards towards South America, reaching out a beckoning finger to the adventurous, who dare to explore this untamed realm. Stretching up from the heart of the world’s southernmost continent, the Antarctic Peninsula lies a mere 620 mile from Tierra del Fuego and, for many, offers a spectacular first taste of the snow-blanketed landscapes and colossal ice sculptures, which make up Earth’s least-explored continent. Unseen by humans until 1820 - a blink of an eye ago in relative terms - this is an adventure sure to make your hairs stand on end, as you experience the thrill of the truly unknown and extraordinary. The vast peninsula is sprinkled with research bases, which are at the frontline of human scientific endeavour, pushing to study and understand this unique landscape, its exceptional wildlife, and the impact that humans are having on this pristine continent. Witness cathedral-sized icebergs up close, and blue-hued glaciers, slowly slipping from imposing locations like Hope Bay. Blanched mountain peaks cover the peninsula, and you’ll find thousands of adorable Adelie penguin pairs thriving undisturbed in this peninsula’s unique setting.

3 Included Shore Excursions
Zodiac Cruise with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Moderate
View
Hiking with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Extensive
View
Kayaking with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Extensive
View

South Shetland Islands

The ice-coated Antarctic Peninsula forms perhaps the most accessible region of mainland Antarctica, lying a mere 480-miles away from South America, across the fabled waters of Drakes Passage. Lying close to the northwestern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, separated by the Bransfield Strait, the South Shetland Islands fall under the jurisdiction of the Antarctic Treaty, suspending claims on their sovereignty. Several countries maintain research bases here, and with plump elephant seals, and crowds of Gentoo, Chinstrap and Adelie Penguins also calling the islands home, it can even feel a little crowded at times. King George Island is the largest and most hospitable island, hosting the majority of the research stations - some of which are populated all-year-round by tiny, hardy crews. Don’t be fooled though, these islands offer extraordinary adventure in one of the most remote locations on earth. The triple peaks of Mount Foster tower above the archipelago, and you’ll feel your heart pumping a little quicker, as you sail into the core of Deception Island’s magnificent collapsed volcano caldera. Hike the luna landscapes within, and even dip into the improbably warm, geothermally-heated waters of Pendulum Cove. Elephant Island, meanwhile, is written deep into the annals of Antarctic expedition legend, as the site where Ernest Shackleton and the stricken crew of the Endurance miraculously survived a harsh Antarctic winter, in 1916. Discover even more reasons to visit this incredible icy kingdom and find out why many consider the South Shetland Islands to be the jewel in Antarctica’s Crown, by reading our blog.

1 Included Shore Excursion
Zodiac Cruise with Silversea Expedition team
Activity Level
Moderate
View

Drake Passage
Sailing the legendary Drake Passage is an experience that few are ever lucky enough to experience. The southern tip of the Americas already feels like a wild enough environment – but the sensation of watching the distant cliffs of the peninsular known as the ‘End of the World’ fade into the horizon, is one that’s equal parts epic, eerie and magical. Set sail, to slowly drop off the bottom of the map from Cape Horn, and voyage on an expedition down into the icy underworld of Antarctica. Drake Passage is an extraordinary voyage of romantic ocean faring legend, as you aim for Antarctica’s icy realm. On arrival, skyscraper sized icebergs salute you, as you traverse the waters of this continent where snow and ice dwelling creatures like penguins and whales roam undisturbed. Your first sight of this most-unexplored place will most likely be the South Shetland Islands. Walk in the footsteps of some of history’s greatest and bravest explorers as you explore famed, snow-covered landmasses like Elephant and Deception Island. If the journey across Drake Passage sounds daunting, don’t worry – even in rough seas you’re never alone, and will often be accompanied on this spine-tingling adventure by soaring albatrosses and maybe even a protective pod of humpbacks and hourglass dolphins or two. Converging warm and cool ocean currents attract some spectacular animal life to the passage. If this is your first visit to this magical continent, you’ll also want to familiarise yourself with our blog for first timers to Antarctica.

Cruising Cape Horn
In the past, no two words conjured up more fear to sailors than Cape Horn. With its reputation of ferocious storms and mountainous seas it was a place where a seafarer garnered respect for bravery against the odds. That is, if he lived to tell the tale (he also got to wear a gold hoop ear-ring and dine with one foot up on the table). The Cape itself is the rugged insular tip of South America that projects into the storm-swept Drake Passage. The Dutch sailor Willem Schouten and merchant Jacob Le Maire, both from the town of Hoorn (hence Cape Horn), put it on the map in 1616 when attempting to circumvent the trade monopoly exercised by the Dutch East India Company over the Straits of Magellan. Once an unavoidable physical gateway to adventure and commerce in the Pacific Ocean, Cape Horn nowadays has more of a spiritual attraction, drawing intrepid travellers to pay homage to the brave sailors who, by necessity, attempted to pass this wild and inhospitable headland. During clear weather, when the island is free from the frequent icy squalls that batter its shores, a 7-metre (23 feet) high steel monument can be seen standing about 1.5 kilometres (1 mile) away from the true cape, near the Chilean navy station. It depicts the silhouette of an albatross, a bird that is said to carry the souls of those sailors who perished “rounding the Horn”. With that in mind, consider yourself lucky to confront the Horn on a luxury Expedition cruise ship rather than from the wave-washed and perilous deck of a windjammer.

Puerto Williams
Puerto Williams is a Chilean city located on Navarino Island on the southern shores of the Beagle Channel. It claims to be the “southernmost city in the world”, however owing to its small size – 2500 residents approximately – the much larger Argentinean city of Ushuaia, which sits on the northern side of the same channel, also claims that title. The surrounding scenery is magnificent. The wild windswept mountains rise above the tree line and are regularly dusted with snow. The city itself has the dramatic backdrop called “Dientes de Navarino” (literally “teeth of Navarino”), which rival the famous Torres del Paine further to the north. The area was originally used by the Yaghan people, hunter-gatherers who despite enduring the harsh regional climate, could not weather the arrival of Europeans. The current city was established as a naval base in 1953 and honours the British-Chilean naval commander John Williams Wilson of the 16th century. Initially it served to protect territorial possessions and fishing rights of the area, as well as offering logistical support to Antarctic bases. More recently it has become a departure point for scientific and tourism trips to the Antarctic region. In contrast to the bustle and traffic of a very commercial Ushuaia, Puerto Williams offers a quieter, more relaxed experience. It charms the visitor with a small village feel, complete with rustic buildings and the homely smell of drifting wood smoke. A haven of peace at the end of the world.
2 Nights Pre-Cruise Land Program in Santiago, Chile (All Suites)
4 Nights Pre-Cruise Land Program
(For Veranda & Higher Suites)
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FINE DINING
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SILVER WIND
A major upgrade in December 2018 saw Silver Wind looking better than ever. A second refurbishment in summer 2021 will see her benefitting from a strengthened to ice-class hull and will make her one of the most adaptable ships in our fleet. Still timelessly elegant, still luxuriously relaxed, her improved cruising versatility means she is able to whizz from the Polar Regions at the ends of the earth to the iconic ports of the Mediterranean with fluid ease. So whether you want to get up close and personal to penguins in Antarctica or laze on the golden sands of the Caribbean, get ready for a wealth of diverse destination experiences, in traditional Silversea comfort.
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Limited-time Offer. Advertised prices in CAD per person and based on double occupancy. New bookings only and may not be combinable with other offers and promotions. **Savings are “up to”, per couple based on double occupancy and included in advertised fares. Gov’t taxes & fees included.

Economy Roundtrip Air is from select Canadian gateways. Low air add-on available for other gateways. Call for details. Some airline-imposed personal charges, including but not limited to baggage, priority boarding, and special seating, may apply.

Transfers are extra charges unless otherwise noted. Call for details

Some Oceanview and Balcony/Veranda staterooms may have obstruction views. Call for details.

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Perks (Drinks, prepaid gratuities, specialty dining are based on 1st and 2nd guests in a stateroom). Perks apply to select cruise lines and may vary per cruise line. Call for details.

Pre & post-cruise hotel applies to select cruise lines, select voyages and select gateways. Call for details.

.‡Travel Insurance (Trip Cancellation & Trip Interruption) is group insurance administered by Travel Guard Group Canada, Inc. and underwritten by AIG Insurance Company of Canada. The Summary of Coverage contains reductions, limitations, exclusions, termination provisions and sanction wording. The cost of the insurance is included in the price of the cruise, and the price cannot be reduced for those who reside where coverage is not available or who are not medically able to travel. Emergency medical coverage is available at additional cost. Travel insurance included is not available to residents of Quebec.

‡Travel Insurance (Trip Cancellation & Trip Interruption) applies to Veranda & higher stateroom categories for select cruise lines and select voyages. Call for details.

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