Silversea Expeditions unveils collection of Scuba Diving Expedition Voyages for 2016 and 2017


Silversea Expeditions has unveiled its collection of Scuba Diving Expedition Voyages for 2016 and 2017, offering diving in some of the world’s most remote destinations at top diving sites in the western Pacific and Indian oceans.

The 120-guest, all-suite Silver Discoverer, which joined the Silversea Expeditions fleet in 2014, will feature 20 voyages offering  scuba diving opportunities for experienced divers in regions such as the Maldives, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the Palau Archipelago and the Andaman Islands.

“We’re delighted to offer our guests the opportunity to explore remote destinations both on land and underwater with this unique series of expedition voyages,” said Lisa McAuley, commercial Director, UK and Ireland. “The Scuba Diving Expedition Voyages are designed to provide the most awe-inspiring deep sea adventures, but also include incredible destinations for snorkelling and onshore hiking explorations.”

In addition to an onboard dive master, the itineraries will feature a team of experts, including marine biologists, environmentalists, ecologists, and geologists.

Upcoming Scuba Diving Expedition Voyages aboard Silver Discoverer include:


Australia (Great Barrier Reef) & Indonesia
Voyage 9622: Cairns to Balikpapan, 14 Days, 4th – 18th October

Myanmar & Andaman Islands
Voyage 9626: Phuket to Maldives, 15 Days, 2nd – 17th December

Maldives, Seychelles (Aldabra) & Africa
Voyage 9627: Maldives to Dar es Salaam, 17 Days, 17th December – 3rd January 2017 Itinerary is highlighted by a rare visit to the remote coral atoll of Aldabra. Virtually untouched by humans and teeming with marine life, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the world’s largest atolls, and a pristine home to thousands of giant tortoises.)


Indonesia & Palau Archipelago
Voyage 9713: Darwin to Koror, 14 Days, 26th May – 9th June

Australia (Great Barrier Reef) & Indonesia
Voyage 9725: Cairns to Bali, 14 Days, 9th – 23rd November

The programme is complimentary, but space is limited. Guests will need an Advanced Open Water Diver license or equivalent to participate. Guests must bring their own BCD vests and regulators. Silversea will provide the weight belts, tanks, masks, and fins free of charge on board Silver Discoverer.

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