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Silver Discoverer Overview

Accommodating only 128 passengers, Silver Discoverer can navigate the most isolated archipelagos of the Pacific, getting guests closer to marine life and wildlife while viewing some of the world's last wildernesses in a manner sympathetic to the environment. Carrying 12 Zodiac boats, a glass-bottomed boat, and an outstanding Silverseas Expeditions team consisting of expedition leaders, divemasters, marine biologists, historians, geologists and naturalists, this authentic expedition ship also offers plenty of amenities including all ocean-view-suites, a pool, a gym, massage room, and beauty salon. With Silverseas signature ambiance, superior service, delicious cuisine, and complimentary beverages, a cruise aboard Silver Discoverer is the perfect combination of luxury and life-enriching adventure.

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Silver Discoverer Ship Stats

  • Price:
    $$$$
  • Size: S
  • Total Passengers: 128
  • Refurbished: Jan 2014
  • Number of Decks: 5
  • Total Cabins: 0
  • Cabin Categories: 5
  • Gross Tonnage: 5,218
  • Length: 338
  • Beam: 51

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Avg. Size: 273 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $727 per night

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1 Silver Discoverer Review

5.0

Expedition Cruising at its Best by eadominguez

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

We had the opportunity to sail on the Discoverer in September on the Lost Islands of Micronesia and Melanesia, voyage 9520. The actual itinerary underwent some changes from when it was originally printed (I think that's what is showing here) and what actually was sailed. And then we had further changes due to weather while we were cruising! Rule #1 of expeditions, expect the itinerary to change. If you understand this ahead of time, you will be okay and will have a fabulous time. The ship itself was well built for what we were cruising for (smaller ship, smaller less visited ports). Everything is off-the-beaten path. We LOVED the expedition staff, their interaction throughout the day with guests, and their presentations shared during the cruise. They are each consummate professionals. Having a butler for our stateroom was a first for us; we liked it, but don't find it something we have to have for every cruise. Overall, it whet our appetite to try Silversea's classic fleet such as the Cloud, Muse, etc. We plan on cruising the Expedition fleet for the Arctic and Antarctic for sure.

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eadominguez
Oct 29, 2015

It's a smaller ship and more prone to pitching/rolling if rough seas are hit. Booking on the lower decks will save you some sea-sickness; the higher you go the more you sway!

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