Silversea Expeditions, the adventure branch of luxury line Silversea Cruises, today christened the Silver Discoverer in Singapore. The 5,218-ton vessel marks the third in the expedition fleet after completing an extensive refurbishment. The event was attended by company chairman Manfredi Lefebvre d’Ovidio, godmother Elda Turco Bulgherini, the Silversea senior executive team and guests.
(From left to right) Steve Odell, President, Europe & Asia Pacific, Silver Discoverer Captain Luksa Plecas,
Godmother Elda Turco Bulgherini and Chairman Manfredi Lefebvre d’Ovidio
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“This is an exciting and proud moment for Silversea,” said Lefebvre d’Ovidio. “With itineraries encompassing some of the most fascinating and remote regions of the Pacific, Silver Discoverer will take our guests to places where few people have ever set foot – offering incredible opportunities not just for travel and learning, but for life-enriching cultural experiences.”
The Silver Discoverer will set sail on its maiden voyage on April 2, 2014 along Australia’s Kimberley Coast, departing from Broome and heading to Darwin. For more information on the Silver Discoverer, visit Silversea Expeditions‘ website here.
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