Vancouver to San Diego Package

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    Onboard experience

    As the inaugural ship for Silversea Cruises, Silver Cloud epitomises everything that is Silversea. Designed to provide the most intimate of sailing experiences, a Silver Cloud cruise provides 296 privileged guests with the luxury of space and the ability to slip into exotic ports off the beaten path. Silver Cloud is often described by returning guests as their own private yacht, their home away from home. Following an extensive top-to-bottom makeover, a "new" Silver Cloud is set to debut in November 2012 with fresh new décor and a number of structural enhancements.

    What's included

    Outside from: $7919
    Balcony from: $8729
    Suite from: $13229
    Return economy class airfare from Australia into Vancouver and out of San Diego including prepaid taxes
    1 Nights pre-cruise accommodation staying at a hotel in Vancouver
    9 Night cruise, from Vancouver to San Diego, onboard Silver Cloud in a twin share Vista Suite
    All meals and entertainment on board
    Complimentary beverages on board the ship (including select wines, champagnes and spirits)
    Complimentary in-suite dining and 24-hour room service
    In-suite beverage cabinet stocked with your preferred assortment of complimentary beverages
    Guided Zodiac, land and sea tours, and shoreside activities led by the Expeditions Team
    Enrichment lectures by a highly qualified Expeditions Team
    Butler service in every suite
    Port charges and government fees
    Shipboard Gratuities
    BONUS Complimentary transfers between airport, hotel and ship
    BONUS FREE Unlimited Wifi
    BONUS Reduced Business Class Airfares available from select Australian gateways
    BONUS SAVE 10% when you book and pay in full by 31 October 2019
    Please speak to your Travel Consultant as Terms & Conditions apply


    Other: Reception, Shore Excursion Office, Conference Room, Duty-free shop, Boutique, Concierge, Guest Relations Office, Self Service Laundry, Future Cruise Sales, Security Safe
    Relaxation: Spa, Swimming Pool, Beauty Salon, Pool Deck, Whirlpool, Sauna, Massage, Steam Room, Facial Treatments, Manicures, Pedicures
    Technology: Internet Cafe, Satelite TV in Cabins, Internet Access Lounge
    Food and Drink: Bar, Cafe, Grill, 24hr In-Suite Dining, Le Champagne, Saletta Restaurant
    Recreational: Outdoor Pool, Library, Card Room
    Fitness: Jogging Track, Fitness Equipment, Aerobics, Personal Training, Pilates, Yoga
    Entertainment: Show Lounges, Panorama Lounge, Connoisseur Club


    • Day 1 - Vancouver, Canada Vancouver is the third largest city in Canada. This young city became part of the Canadian Confederation in 1871. Its history remains visible to the naked eye; along the waterfront visitors can see everything from cobblestone late-Victorian Gastown to shiny postmodern glass cathedrals. In 1792, Captain George Vancouver explored Burrard Inlet during a coastal survey of what is now known as the Inside Passage. But it was not until gold was discovered on the Fraser River in the 1860s that Vancouver actually became a town. At that time, the city was known as Gastown, named for saloonkeeper “Gassy Jack” Deighton, who opened Vancouver's first bar in 1867. A fire destroyed the settlement two months after it was incorporated. Most of the buildings in Vancouver date to the rebuilding of the small city in 1886. The Canadian Pacific Railway was completed in 1889, with Vancouver as its terminus, and the city established itself as Canada's main port for trade with the Orient. Today, the Port of Vancouver is still Canada's largest port, serving as a gateway to China and Japan. In the early 1900s, Vancouver boomed with the development of the fishing and timber industries. World War II catapulted the city's economy into the modern era, and successful redevelopment in the past twenty years has made Vancouver a very livable modern city. Several new structures were built for Expo, the 1986 World's Fair. Canada Place Pier, currently the home of the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre, was built in 1985 to house the Canadian Pavilion for Expo. It was modeled after the old sailing ships and from the back looks similar to a Spanish galleon. A polyhedron-shaped building, which looks like a giant silver golf ball, was also built for Expo and is now the home of the Vancouver Science Centre.
    • Day 2 - Victoria, British Columbia This intimate, sophisticated seaside city is the vacation capital of Canada and the premier tourist spot in the Pacific Northwest. Victoria is situated on the southern tip of Vancouver Island and sparkles in one of Canada's mildest climates. This area is the sunniest spot in the province and the gentlest in the country in terms of environment and lifestyle. Victoria's unique character is deeply rooted in its 150-year history. The city's British Colonial heritage is still very much in evidence, but contemporary Victoria has a distinctly Pacific Northwest flavor. Today, Victoria is best known as the capital city of British Columbia, a world-renowned tourism destination.
    • Day 3 - Seattle
    • Day 4 - At Sea
    • Day 5 - Portland The largest city in Maine, Portland was founded in 1632 on the Casco Bay Peninsula. It quickly prospered through shipbuilding and the export of inland pines, which made excellent masts. A long line of wooden wharves stretched along the seafront, with the merchants’ houses on the hillside above.
    • Day 6 - Longview, Washington
    • Day 7 - At Sea
    • Day 8 - San Francisco, California San Francisco's bounty overflows. Everywhere you look, every place you go, there's something to see or something interesting to do. The "City by the Bay" combines a splendid setting with cultural and historical elements, making San Francisco one of the finest and most beloved cities in the world. Visitors to San Francisco find themselves faced with very difficult decisions - what to see and do first. There are so many possibilities that its virtually impossible to see and do everything in one visit. The city itself is relatively small; many of the areas of interest are in close proximity of each other. From downtown to Chinatown and from North Beach to Fisherman's Wharf, there are numerous historical monuments, modern buildings, Victorian masterpieces, museums, parks, gardens and ethnic neighborhoods. Its no wonder that San Francisco captures the heart of all who visit.
    • Day 9 - At Sea
    • Day 10 - San Diego, California, USA Free from smog and jungle-like freeways, San Diego sits gracefully around a beautiful curving bay. Although affluent and conservative, this second largest city in California is also amiable and easygoing. San Diego has a vibrant and active downtown area, and since the late 1970s several blocks of early 20th century architecture have been stylishly renovated, while the sleek modern bank buildings symbolize the city's growing economic significance on the Pacific Rim. San Diego is the birthplace of California. Portuguese explorer Juan Rodrigues Cabrillo landed here in 1542; since then, San Diego has been under Spanish, Mexican and after 1846, American rule. The city really took off with the arrival of the Santa Fe Railroad in the 1880s, but in terms of trade and significance it has long played second fiddle to Los Angeles. However, during World War II the U.S. Navy made San Diego their Pacific Command Center and the military continue to dominate the local economy, along now with tourism. Within easy reach of the downtown area, encompassing 1,400 acres of cultural, recreational and environmental delights, San Diego's Balboa Park is a sumptuous place with trees, gardens, traffic-free promenades and a large concentration of Spanish-colonial style buildings. The Hillcrest area is the lively and artsy center of the city, and Old Town San Diego is now a historical park where the city's Spanish and Mexican history and heritage are most evident. The Gaslamp Quarter, once the heart of frontier San Diego, is today filled with smart streets lined with chic cafés, antique stores, art galleries and gas lamps (powered by electricity). Most of the eastern part of the county is taken up by the 600,000-acre Anza-Borrego Desert. Another must-see is the city's most famous attraction, the San Diego Zoo.

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