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Sailings
21 Night South America
departing from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Vendor Silversea Cruises
Ship Silver Moon
Departing Wed, Feb 24, 2021
Return Port Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
Ports of Call Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Bahia de Salvador, Brazil | Recife, Brazil | Fortaleza, Brazil | Bridgetown, Barbados |...
Silversea Cruises
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Bahia de Salvador, Brazil | Recife, Brazil | Fortaleza, Brazil | Bridgetown, Barbados | St. Georges, Grenada, West Indies | Castries, St. Lucia | St. John's, Antigua | Gustavia, St. Barts | San Juan, Puerto Rico | Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
Prices starting from
  • Inside
    Oceanview
    Balcony
    Suite
  • $7,500 USD $357.14 USD per day
Port charges included. Taxes and fees are not included.
Itinerary
  • Date Date Location Location Arrival Arrival Departure Departure
  • Wed, Feb 24, 2021 Rio De Janeiro -- --
    Thu, Feb 25, 2021 Rio De Janeiro -- 1:00 pm
    Fri, Feb 26, 2021 Day At Sea -- --
    Sat, Feb 27, 2021 Salvador De Bahia 12:00 pm 11:00 pm
    Sun, Feb 28, 2021 Day At Sea -- --
    Mon, Mar 01, 2021 Recife 8:00 am 11:00 pm
    Tue, Mar 02, 2021 Day At Sea -- --
    Wed, Mar 03, 2021 Fortaleza 8:00 am 7:00 pm
    Thu, Mar 04, 2021 Day At Sea -- --
    Fri, Mar 05, 2021 Day At Sea -- --
    Sat, Mar 06, 2021 Ile Royale 12:00 pm 6:00 pm
    Sun, Mar 07, 2021 Day At Sea -- --
    Mon, Mar 08, 2021 Bridgetown 8:00 am 7:00 pm
    Tue, Mar 09, 2021 St George's 8:00 am 7:00 pm
    Wed, Mar 10, 2021 Castries 8:00 am 6:00 pm
    Thu, Mar 11, 2021 St. John's 8:00 am 6:00 pm
    Fri, Mar 12, 2021 Gustavia, St Barthelemy 8:00 am 11:00 pm
    Sat, Mar 13, 2021 San Juan 12:00 pm --
    Sun, Mar 14, 2021 San Juan -- 6:00 pm
    Mon, Mar 15, 2021 Day At Sea -- --
    Tue, Mar 16, 2021 Day At Sea -- --
    Wed, Mar 17, 2021 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 7:00 am --
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Silversea Cruises
General

7 CONTINENTS, INFINITE POSSIBILITIES.

In a world of multi-national conglomerates, Silversea Cruises is owned and operated by one family - the Lefebvres of Rome. This means genuine pride in ownership and a true Italian passion for embracing the best of life and a personal commitment to maintain the high standards of cruise excellence that have been the cornerstone of Silversea from the very beginning.

Silversea''s small luxury ships are designed for those who delight in the thrill of discovery while indulging mind and body in the most lavish surroundings imaginable. All accommodations are spacious, ocean-view suites that include butler service, and most include private verandas. Silversea voyages and cruise expeditions sail to over 900 destinations on all seven continents, more than any other cruise line. Our intimate, ultra-luxury ships can sail up narrow waterways into the heart of a city, or tie up right at the pier while others must anchor off shore.

And for those who yearn to explore the new and unknown, Silversea Expeditions can transport you to the furthermost boundaries of the planet. Renowned for culinary excellence and innovative spirit, Silversea''s luxury cruises offer a choice of open-seating dining options throughout the fleet, as well as several specialty venues aboard all non-expedition ships. Enjoy the ease, convenience and value of an all-inclusive cruise fare that includes almost all of your discretionary onboard expenses.

With its Italian heritage and elegant European ambience, Silverseas all inclusive cruises attracts a sophisticated audience of worldly travellers.

Ship
Silver Moon
Overview

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Building on the phenomenal success of Silver Muse, Silver Moon - to be delivered August 2020 - will mirror her sister ship and will establish a new era of Silversea. At 40,700 gross tons and with a capacity to accommodate 596 passengers on board, Silver Moon will maintain the small-ship intimacy and spacious all-suite accommodation which are the hallmarks of the Silversea experience. Get ready - a new moon is coming.

Ship Facts
  • Launched: 2020
  • Guest Capacity: 596
  • Crew Capacity: 411
  • Tonnage: 40,700
  • Registry: Bahamas
Decks
Stateroom Legend
  • Stateroom Legend
  • CV Classic Veranda Suite
    DX Deluxe Veranda Suite
    G1 Grand Suite 1 (One Bedroom)
    G2 Grand Suite 2 (Second Bedroom Addition)
    O1 Owner's Suite 1 (One Bedroom)
    O2 Owner's Suite 2 (Two Bedroom)
    PA Panorama Suite
    R1 Royal Suite 1 (One Bedroom)
    R2 Royal Suite 2 (Second Bedroom Addition)
    S2 Silver Suite 2 (Two Bedroom)
    SL Silver Suite 1 (One Bedroom)
    SV Superior Veranda Suite
    VI Vista Suite
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Destination
South America
South America is huge, with scenic wonders that would impress even the most jaded traveler, cosmopolitan cities and native villages, snow-capped mountains, deserts and lush rain forests, miles of sandy beaches and areas so isolated a visitor feels swept back in time.

There are many options to cruising South America, and there is no better way to explore this vast continent than on a cruise vacation.
Ports of Call
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
City Rio De Janeiro

Undoubtedly the highlight of everyone's South American experience, glittering Rio is a city that enchants mind, body and soul. Radiant beaches, like Ipanema and Copacabana, stretch like bejeweled arcs around the city's perimeter. The monumental 120-foot statue of Christ the Redeemer towers over Rio atop Corcovado Mountain. Take a cable car up Sugarloaf Mountain for stunning panoramic views of the mountains, beaches and skyline. Visit world-renowned nightclubs where samba bands and disco dancers jump all night long.

Bahia de Salvador, Brazil

Salvador is a dynamic collage of diverse religious and cultural groups, colorful open-air markets, tropical flowers, majestic colonial buildings, golden-sand beaches and the bubbling sensuality of the Bahian people. Visit the Sao Francisco Chapel, whose interior is paved with gold. Sample Salvador's Afro-Brazilian cuisine, including such mouth-watering specialties as "ensopada" (seafood poached in fresh coconut milk) and "vatapa" (spicy fresh shrimp).

Recife, Brazil
City Recife

Known as the "Venice of Brazil," lovely Recife is built on islands and connected by bridges. The tropical city is graced with churches from its Portuguese colonial past, with their frescoes and bright tiles. Browse the teeming market, spend the day at popular Boa Viagem Beach, or visit the beautiful suburb of Olinda, a perfectly intact 16th century town.

Fortaleza, Brazil
City Fortaleza

This 16th-century Portuguese town offers the most exquisite handmade lace and embroidery in all Brazil. In addition to its wonderful handicrafts, Fortaleza offers some of the loveliest golden beaches on Brazil's northeast coast. Take a drive along the coast to Brabco, where the sand dunes are beautified by watefalls. Dotting the coastline, you'll see many "jangadas," rustic fishing craft that are the unofficial symbol of the state.

Bridgetown, Barbados
City Bridgetown

The Bajan British accent is very distinctive, reflecting both the Scepter'd Isle and the lovely one they live on. Barbados still has lovely parish churches, great manor houses and a proper Trafalgar Square along with white-sugar beaches and waving fields of cane.

St. Georges, Grenada, West Indies
City St. George's

Called the "Spice Island" for its abundance of cinnamon and nutmeg, still sold at the waterfront market, Grenada is spicy in many other ways. St. George's has historic buildings in brick and mellow stone, and one of the loveliest harbors in the Caribbean. The coastline is full of secluded coves, while the mountainous interior is rich in rainforests and frothy rivers.

Castries, St. Lucia
City Castries

Just recently, St. Lucia, and Castries in particular, has become one of the most popular regions for tourists. The accommodations and facilities are top of the line, and the restaurants and activities fabulous. The majority of travelers reside between Castries, which is the capital of St. Lucia, and the northern end of the island. The entire north side of the island is comprised of white-sand beaches to dazzle even the most seasoned and experienced traveler.

St. John's, Antigua
City St Johns

St. John's, Antigua is one of the oldest trading posts in the Caribbean Sea. It is a mixture of restored buildings that date back to the 1600s and some more modern buildings. One of the great things about St. John's is that most of the sights are within walking distance; so go explore the town as soon as you disembark. As you take a stroll along the streets lining the wharf, you will notice vendors hawking everything from clothing to local crafts, artwork, and jewelry. The Public Market is arrayed with an assortment of tropical fruits that you may not recognize. If you are up for a little bit adventure, sample something that appeals to you. Just make sure to ask if it needs any preparation first.

Gustavia, St. Barts
City Gustavia

The tiny island of St. Barts is picture-perfect. So much so that it has become a haunt for the very rich who come for the privacy, gorgeous beaches and exquisite French cuisine. It has over 20 magnificent beaches, linked roads that are hilly and narrow. The quaint streets of the Lilliputian port of Gustavia lead past small markets and bakeries. Included among these markets are dozens of small shops selling French perfumes, sportswerar, watches, and crystal. It is no wonder why the port of Gustavia is preferred by many of the luxury cruise lines as a port-of-call.

San Juan, Puerto Rico
City San Juan

The fortress of El Morro guards the harbor against long-gone Sir Francis Drake and his British privateers. The colorful streets of Old San Juan retain the Latin flavor of its seafaring past, when this was the heart of the Spanish Main. Sample the fiery rum made here, or indulge in an icy treat made from fresh tropical fruit and enjoy the Caribbean atmosphere.

Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
City Fort Lauderdale

Originally a fort built by the U.S. Army in 1838 during the Second Seminole War, Fort Lauderdale welcomes visitors with broad, palm-fringed beaches and an easy pace of life. Stroll along fashionable Las Olas Boulevard with its stylish shops or enjoy a sightseeing cruise through the city''s canals, boasting more waterways than Venice. Or, venture out and explore the cosmopolitan city of Palm Beach, or the wildlife sanctuary of the Everglades.