PRINCE ALBERT II To SILVER EXPLORER

Image of SILVER EXPLORER as PRINCE ALBERT II. Photo courtesy of Silversea Cruises.

Citing plans for possible expedition cruising expansion and wanting to maintain a consistent brand identity, ultra-luxury Silversea Cruises will be changing the name of its PRINCE ALBERT II to SILVER EXPLORER. When the 1989-built ship goes into Lisnave drydock for routine maintenance prior to this summer’s Northern European and Arctic cruise program, she will emerge with her new name.

The future SILVER EXPLORER was built in Finland as the Lloyds Register 1A ice class DELFIN CLIPPER and operated under various owners and charterers as the SALLY CLIPPER, BALTIC CLIPPER, DELFIN STAR, DREAM 21, WORLD DISCOVERER and WORLD ADVENTURER before being sold to Silversea Cruises and refitted for luxury expedition voyaging.

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