About Silver Galapagos

A Galápagos expedition cruise, enjoyed aboard Silver Galapagos, brings you to one of the most isolated places in the world to encounter an abundant variety of wildlife species that is incredibly unique and found nowhere else on earth. Lying just off the western coast of South America, the Galápagos archipelago is inaccessible to most, yet this isolation has allowed nature to develop in ways exclusive to the islands. Experience it all with complimentary exploration activities including Zodiac tours, snorkeling, kayaking and nature hikes led by our highly experienced  guides certified by the National Park of the Galápagos.

  • Length: 88.16m
  • Width: 15.3m
  • Gross Tonnage: 4077
  • Cruise Speed: 15 knots
  • Decks: 5
  • Passengers: 100
  • Crew: 75

FACT SHEET

Dining

The Grill

The Grill

Soft breezes and island views beckon at the Grill, especially as the sun goes down, when guests gather at the outdoor bar for cocktails and tapas, and talk about their day.

Dining options include a choice of lighter fare as well as grilled favourites and fresh-from-the-oven pizza.

In the evening The Grill is transformed into an intimate, interactive eatery where diners can grill their own fresh seafood and prime cuts under a canopy of stars. This alternative dining venue is always a favourite with Silversea guests, and dinner reservations are recommended.

The Restaurant

The Restaurant

The menu in The Restaurant includes a wide range of international selections to accommodate the global palate of our guests.

Our chefs always include a choice of local Ecuadorean specialities to enrich your culinary journey, as well, but whether you choose Galapagos Lobster à la Galapaguera or filet mignon with truffles, your selections will be artfully presented and served.

The Restaurant offers open-seating dining, which means there are no assigned times, no assigned tables.
You are free to dine when, where and with whom you please.

The drinks are free on All-Inclusive basis on all SilverSea cruises.

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