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San Cristóbal to San Cristóbal

Ship: Silver Origin  
Departure: Saturday, December 4, 2021
Nights: 7 nights
Departs: Cristobal
Returns: Cristobal
+ Silver Privilege Fares
Return Trip
Return
trip
Duration
7
Nights
Days at Sea
2
Sea Days
Ports
9
Ports
Countries Visted
4
Countries
  • Itinerary

    San Cristóbal to San Cristóbal

    Ports of call

    To find out more about the itinerary for this cruise, select the itinerary items below.

    Day Date Port of Call Arrival Departure
    1 Saturday, December 4, 2021 Cristobal, Panama Embark
    View of Cristobal, Panama

    Cristóbal lies at the northern entrance to the Panama Canal. It is part of the province of Colón, a port city at the entrance to Limon Bay, at the Atlantic (Caribbean) entrance of the canal. (Interestingly, Cristóbal Colón is the Spanish translation for Christopher Columbus.) The port, Old Cristóbal, was first built by the Panama Railroad Company in the 1850s, and dredged material became landfill for the present Cristóbal. From 1904 the town was the port of entry for construction equipment and materials, most canal workers, and supplies and provisions. Read more about Cristobal, Panama

    1 Saturday, December 4, 2021 Kicker Rock, San Cristobal, Ecuador 12:00 PM
    View of Kicker Rock, San Cristobal, Ecuador

    Kicker Rock (or Leon Dormido) is a spectacular rock formation just 5 km off the NW coast of San Cristobal, also known as Chatham, the easternmost island in the Galápagos Islands. They are a remote archipelago of equatorial volcanic islands situated in the eastern Pacific Ocean, about 955 km west of mainland Ecuador, of which they are a province. The islands form a national park, and a biological marine reserve, where wildlife is the most notable feature. Kicker Rock is a remnant of a pyroclastic or palagonite cone, the site of a volcanic eruption that became explosive when lava and seawater mixed. Read more about Kicker Rock, San Cristobal, Ecuador

    2 Sunday, December 5, 2021 Isla Bartolome, Ecuador
    View of Isla Bartolome, Ecuador

    Isla Bartolome is an islet and one of the younger islands in the Galápagos archipelago (Ecuador) that lies just off the east coast of Santiago Island. It consists of an extinct volcano and a variety of red, orange, green, and glistening black volcanic formations that result in some truly delightful landscapes. The volcanic cone is easy to climb and provides great views of the other islands. Pinnacle Rock - one of the most recognised landmarks in the Galápagos – is surrounded by two perfect golden beaches. Read more about Isla Bartolome, Ecuador

    2 Sunday, December 5, 2021 Chacabuco, Chile 12:00 PM
    View of Chacabuco, Chile

    Chacabuco - aka Puerto Chacabuco - is a Chilean town located at the head of Aisén Fjord in Aisén commune. Ships anchor in the bay of Chacabuco and passengers are tendered to shore. This is a small isolated settlement with no clearly defined town centre, consisting of one main road, a fish processing facility, and a pier. It is the main port of the region and port of call for ships sailing to the Laguna San Rafael National Park. Read more about Chacabuco, Chile

    3 Monday, December 6, 2021 Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela)
    3 Monday, December 6, 2021 Isla Fernandina, Ecuador 12:00 PM

    Isla Fernandina is the third largest and youngest island of the Galápagos Islands of Ecuador. It is in fact an active shield volcano that has been erupting since 2009, and consequently has a mostly rocky surface and does not have much plant life apart from the mangrove forests. Punta Espinoza is a narrow stretch of land where hundreds of marine iguanas gather in large groups on black lava rocks that seem to be moving. The Marine Iguanas are excellent swimmers that can stay submerged for over an hour, and are found only on this island and simply cover the area. Read more about Isla Fernandina, Ecuador

    4 Tuesday, December 7, 2021 Isabela Island (Caleta Tagus), Ecuador
    View of Isabela Island (Caleta Tagus), Ecuador

    The Galápagos Islands are located across the Equator in the eastern Pacific Ocean, 973 km off the west coast of South America. The closest land mass is that of mainland Ecuador, the country to which they belong. The largest of the islands, Isabela - aka Caleta Tagus - with an area of 827 sq.km. makes up close to ¾ of the total land area of the island group. Read more about Isabela Island (Caleta Tagus), Ecuador

    4 Tuesday, December 7, 2021 Isabela Island (Caleta Tagus), Ecuador 12:00 PM
    View of Isabela Island (Caleta Tagus), Ecuador

    The Galápagos Islands are located across the Equator in the eastern Pacific Ocean, 973 km off the west coast of South America. The closest land mass is that of mainland Ecuador, the country to which they belong. The largest of the islands, Isabela - aka Caleta Tagus - with an area of 827 sq.km. makes up close to ¾ of the total land area of the island group. Read more about Isabela Island (Caleta Tagus), Ecuador

    5 Wednesday, December 8, 2021 Floreana, Ecuador
    View of Floreana, Ecuador

    Floreana is one of the Galápagos Islands of Ecuador. As the island is relatively flat and has a plentiful supply of fresh water, and animals for food, numerous ships over the past two hundred years would call in. How did those who passed through cleverly use this known fact to their advantage? A ‘Free Post Office’ was subsequently set up. Read more about Floreana, Ecuador

    5 Wednesday, December 8, 2021 Floreana, Ecuador 12:00 PM
    View of Floreana, Ecuador

    Floreana is one of the Galápagos Islands of Ecuador. As the island is relatively flat and has a plentiful supply of fresh water, and animals for food, numerous ships over the past two hundred years would call in. How did those who passed through cleverly use this known fact to their advantage? A ‘Free Post Office’ was subsequently set up. Read more about Floreana, Ecuador

    5 Wednesday, December 8, 2021 Floreana, Ecuador 3:00 PM
    View of Floreana, Ecuador

    Floreana is one of the Galápagos Islands of Ecuador. As the island is relatively flat and has a plentiful supply of fresh water, and animals for food, numerous ships over the past two hundred years would call in. How did those who passed through cleverly use this known fact to their advantage? A ‘Free Post Office’ was subsequently set up. Read more about Floreana, Ecuador

    6 Thursday, December 9, 2021 Santa Cruz Island, Ecuador

    Santa Cruz Island, a large dormant volcano, is the second largest of the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador. Its capital Puerto Ayora is home to the archipelago’s largest population. Be sure to visit the Charles Darwin Research Station and take a guided walk through the grounds of the breeding centre to see some unique wildlife. Visit the Tortoise Reserve to search for large tortoises in their natural habitat and take the time to trek through the gigantic lava tubes that are proof of the island’s volcanic origin. Read more about Santa Cruz Island, Ecuador

    7 Friday, December 10, 2021 Dragon Hill, Santa Cruz, Ecuador
    View of Dragon Hill, Santa Cruz, Ecuador

    Dragon Hill - Cerro Dragón - is on the NW coast of Santa Cruz, an island in the Galápagos archipelago, Ecuador. Lying one kilometre inland, it rises symmetrically to a point 120 m high. It is so named because it is inhabited by many sizeable land iguanas – yellow, brown and orange. Indeed, there are both land and sea iguanas. Read more about Dragon Hill, Santa Cruz, Ecuador

    7 Friday, December 10, 2021 Cerro Dragon (Santa Cruz)
    7 Friday, December 10, 2021 Santa Cruz Island, Ecuador 3:00 PM

    Santa Cruz Island, a large dormant volcano, is the second largest of the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador. Its capital Puerto Ayora is home to the archipelago’s largest population. Be sure to visit the Charles Darwin Research Station and take a guided walk through the grounds of the breeding centre to see some unique wildlife. Visit the Tortoise Reserve to search for large tortoises in their natural habitat and take the time to trek through the gigantic lava tubes that are proof of the island’s volcanic origin. Read more about Santa Cruz Island, Ecuador

    8 Saturday, December 11, 2021 Cristobal, Panama Disembark
    View of Cristobal, Panama

    Cristóbal lies at the northern entrance to the Panama Canal. It is part of the province of Colón, a port city at the entrance to Limon Bay, at the Atlantic (Caribbean) entrance of the canal. (Interestingly, Cristóbal Colón is the Spanish translation for Christopher Columbus.) The port, Old Cristóbal, was first built by the Panama Railroad Company in the 1850s, and dredged material became landfill for the present Cristóbal. From 1904 the town was the port of entry for construction equipment and materials, most canal workers, and supplies and provisions. Read more about Cristobal, Panama

  • Ship

    Silver Origin Overview

    Silver Origin

    Silver Origin, the most elegant ship ever to sail the Galapagos Islands.

  • Cabins

    Silver Origin Cabins

    Classic Verandah Suite

    Classic Verandah Suite

    Classic Verandah Suite on the Silver Origin Classic Verandah Suite on the Silver Origin

    Cabin Types

    SV, CV

    Average Cabin Size – 0 m2

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    One bedroom: 325 ftsup2; / 30 msup2; including Horizon Balcony (72 ftsup2; / 7 msup2;)The Superior Veranda Suite is designed to give you immersion far beyond excursion in the Galapagos. Silver Originrsquo;s unique Horizon Balcony converts your suite at the touch of a button, transforming your balcony into the inside seating area. A large bathroom with a window into the suite makes this an enviable option when choosing your Galapagos cruise. Dedicated butler. Private veranda with Horizon Balcony. Sitting area. Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences. In-suite freshwater purification systems and refill stations. Twin beds or queen-sized bed. A choice of pillows. Bathroom with large vanity and walk-in shower. Plush robes and slippers. Eco-friendly bath amenities. Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe. Hairdryer. Writing desk. 1 large flat-screen TV with Interactive Media Library. Unlimited Standard Wifi. 110/220 volt and USB outlets. Direct-dial telephone(s). Complimentary expedition gear (waterproof backpack, raincoat, and premium metallic water bottle).

    Deluxe Verandah Suite

    Deluxe Verandah Suite

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    Cabin Types

    DX

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    One bedroom: 335 ftsup2; / 31 msup2; including Horizon Balcony (62 ftsup2; / 6 msup2;)An ocean view walk-in shower plus the unique Horizon Balcony makes this the peoplersquo;s choice when it comes to sailing the Galapagos Islands. Expertly designed and exquisitely appointed, Deluxe Veranda Suites are warm, spacious and elegantly designed, so that you can make the most of your adventure, without missing the comforts of home. Dedicated butler. Private veranda with Horizon Balcony. Sitting area. Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences. In-suite freshwater purification systems and refill stations. Twin beds or queen-sized bed. A choice of pillows. Bathroom with large vanity. Ocean-view walk-in shower. Plush robes and slippers. Eco-friendly bath amenities. Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe. Hairdryer. Writing desk. 1 large flat-screen TV with Interactive Media Library. Unlimited Standard Wifi. 110/220 volt and USB outlets. Direct-dial telephone(s). Complimentary expedition gear (waterproof backpack, raincoat, and premium metallic water bottle).

    Premium Suite

    Premium Suite

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    Cabin Types

    R1, SL, ME

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    One bedroom: 897 ftsup2; / 83 msup2; including veranda (305 ftsup2; / 28 msup2;)The Royal Suite really is fit for a king! Among the largest on offer, not only does this suite have a private, spacious veranda, but the privileged back ship location means that yoursquo;re sure to get the best views there are! Expect all your favorite comforts inside: large ocean-view bathroom with whirlpool bath with walk-in shower, state-of-the-art entertainment system, and plush bedding to ensure the best night sleep yoursquo;ve ever had. Dedicated butler. Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Living room with sitting area. Twin beds or king-sized bed. Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences. In-suite freshwater purification systems and refill stations. Bathroom with double vanity, plus a powder room. Ocean-view whirlpool bath and separate shower. Eco-friendly bath amenities. Plush robes and slippers. A choice of pillows. Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe. Vanity table(s) with a hairdryer. 2 large flat-screen TVs with Interactive Media Library. Premium sound system. Premium coffee station. Binoculars. Laundry service. Complimentary laundry service limited to 3 pieces per guest per day. Unlimited Premium Wifi. 110/220 volt and USB outlets. Direct-dial telephone(s). Complimentary expedition gear (waterproof backpack, raincoat, and premium metallic water bottle).

    Grand Suite

    Grand Suite

    Grand Suite on the Silver Origin Grand Suite on the Silver Origin

    Cabin Types

    O1, G1

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    One bedroom: 1722 ftsup2; / 160 msup2; including veranda (646 ftsup2; / 60 msup2;)The name says it all; truly the apex of luxury, the Ownerrsquo;s Suite is for those who want to experience the islands in comfort. A separate bedroom, modern bathroom with whirlpool bath with ocean views and elegant seating area ensure privacy and coziness are the names of the game, while the vast veranda means full island immersion is assured. Dedicated butler. Large veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Living room with sitting area. Separate dining area. Twin beds or king-sized bed. Refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences. In-suite freshwater purification systems and refill stations. Plush robes and slippers. Bathroom with double vanity, plus a powder room. Ocean-view whirlpool bath and separate shower. Eco-friendly bath amenities. A choice of pillows. Walk-in wardrobe(s) with personal safe. Vanity table(s) with a hairdryer. Writing desk(s). 2 large flat-screen TVs with Interactive Media Library. Premium sound system. Premium coffee station. Binoculars. Laundry service. Complimentary laundry service limited to 3 pieces per guest per day. Unlimited Premium Wifi. Direct-dial telephone(s). 110/220 volt and USB outlets. Complimentary expedition gear (waterproof backpack, raincoat, and premium metallic water bottle).

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    Deck Plans for Silver Origin

    Legend

    • 3rd guest Capacity
    • Bathtub & separate shower
    • Bathtub/shower Combination
    • fixed Queen beds
    • Handicap suites
    • Connecting Staterooms
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    San Cristóbal to San Cristóbal

    Cruiseline: Silversea Cruises Ship: Silver Origin Departure: Saturday, December 4, 2021 Nights: 7 nights Departs: Cristobal Returns: Cristobal

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