Silversea’s Silver Cloud will circumnavigate
Britain and Iceland in an 18 day cruise departing from London’s
Tower Bridge on 26 July 2012.
This will be one of Silversea’s
renowned Culinary Voyages, with the line’s Executive Chef David
Bilsland introducing guests to the Relais & Chateaux L’Ecole de
Chefs with cooking demonstrations, Silversea's take on “Slow Food”
and escorted shore excursions to such foodie locations as the
weekly Edinburgh farmers market.
Ports of call
will include Edinburgh, plus the architectural and heritage
wonders of the Orkney, Shetland and Faroe Islands.
Silver Cloud is
also small enough to venture into the picture postcard ports of Akureyri, Isafjordur, Reykjavik and Heimaey along the rugged
coastal beauty of Iceland.
The return voyage
includes visits to Stornoway in Scotland where chef Bilsland will
explain the secrets of fish smoking at a small local factory and
excite the taste buds at a local chocolate factory. In Belfast, an
optional shore excursion will take guests along the historic trail
of the Titanic. Other ports include Dublin, Cork and Fowey in
Cornwall, returning to London for disembarkation at Tower Bridge
on 13 August.
With just 296 guests,
Silver Cloud offers an intimate convivial cruise. All
accommodation is in ocean view suites, (over 80% with
private veranda), with marble bathroom, walk in wardrobe, a drinks
cabinet stocked with your personal choice of beverages, TV and
DVD, 24-hour complimentary room service and all gratuities.
Silversea ships you dine when, where and with whom you wish, in a
choice of restaurants and all wines, drinks, Champagne and
cocktails are included in the fare.
prides itself on the quality of its enrichment lecturers and this
combined voyage will have Jon Sigurdsson, renowned geologist,
photographer and Icelandic expert as well as BBC broadcaster,
biographer, author and raconteur Michael Freedland lecturing
aboard Silver Cloud.
By combining two nine day cruises,
Silversea is offering extra savings with all-inclusive fares from
US$6,071 per person, based on double occupancy in an ocean view
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