Imagine waking up every morning in a new port to a new natural wonder like the natural spa Blue Lagoon, Fjords you will believe were carved by masters, Geysers that reach the sky, Volcanos and the dazzling Northern Lights. Our trip to the Arctic will make you feel like you’ve reached a new planet altogether. This amazing journey to “The Land of Fire and Ice" will captivate you at every turn on land, while offering you the luxury of returning onboard the Silver Moon every night. Truly a opportunity not to be missed!
All of this and Silvana's exciting bridge program!*
ALL-INCLUSIVE FARES start at $7400 cruise only fare; $8400 with roundtrip air and transfers door-to-door
(All fares include port fees, gov. taxes, unlimited shore excursions and gratuities)
Suites and Fare rates found here
Our Fabulous Bridge Program exclusively for our Bridge Holidays guests*
All-Inclusive Cruise Fare
OPTION Door-to-Door Transfers (Pick up from home, taken to the airport, flown to meet the ship, transferred to the ship, BOTH WAYS!
FREE Shore Excursions (one tour, per person, per port)
FREE Unlimited Beverages, Including Fine Wines and Spirits
FREE Open Bars and Lounges Plus In-Suite Mini-Bar Replenished Daily
FREE Pre-Paid Gratuities
FREE Specialty Restaurants
FREE Unlimited WiFi
FREE ENTRY IN OUR FREE CRUISE GIVEAWAY!
SPECIAL: BOOK BEFORE December 31st for $300 Shipboard Credit
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT only 125% for the first (4) single bookings
*Participation in our fun-filled bridge groups is available only by booking direct with us at Bridge Holidays LLC
Iceland & Northern Lights
Aug 17, 2023 - Aug 27, 2023
10 Nights on Silversea Moon
The Ship: Silver Moon
Click link to deck Plans
Building on the phenomenal success of Silver Muse, Silver Moon mirrors her sister ship and establishes a new era of Silversea. Silver Moon maintains the small-ship intimacy and spacious all-suite accommodations which are the hallmarks of the Silversea experience. Silver Moon also features the all-new Sea And Land Taste (S.A.L.T.) programme – an immersive culinary concept that enables guests to travel deeper through a range of destination based gastronomic experiences. Get ready for a new world of travel.
Besides our fabulous bridge program, days on board include leisure time by the pool or on the sundeck, partaking in a myriad of daily entertainment options, staying fit with wellness classes, rejuvenating in their exquisite Otium spa, getting lost at the movies or enriching yourself with guest lecturers.
Evenings on board are filled with music and joy. Enjoy a rousing cabaret show or a theater production, test your luck at the Casino, step onto the stage for karaoke or simply find a quiet place on deck to revel in the serenity of the sounds of the ocean while gazing at the stars and looking for the northern lights spectacular!
TO BOOK THIS CRUISE:
Call us at: 516-626-9000 or 1-800-807-7009
In the unlikely event that Silvana and Rich Morici are unable to travel or attend scheduled functions due to illness or circumstances beyond our control, Bridge Holidays and/or Silvana and Rich Morici will not be liable, and no refunds for such inability to travel or attend functions and events will be owed by Bridge Holidays and/or Silvana and Rich Morici. Applicable cancellation penalties imposed by the cruise line will apply. Bridge Holidays will attempt to provide hosts of equal caliber.
Can you see yourself on an adventure to the most talked about expedition?
Aug 17 - Reykjavik, Iceland Embark
Reykjavik, on the coast of Iceland, is the country's capital and largest city. It is the centre of culture and life of the Icelandic people as well as being one of the focal points of tourism in Iceland. For passengers spending time in the city there is a wide choice of museums, galleries, restaurants and cafes. The ultimate relaxation experience is a trip to one of the city's thermal baths and pools.
Aug 18 - Patreksfiordur, Iceland 8 AM to 6 PM
Nearby, witness the majestic veil of Dynjandi waterfall, which fans out across 60 meters as it descends. Bird watchers will revel to find cliffside nests of puffins, gannets, guillemots, as well as razorbills. Rauðasandur beach is one of Iceland’s more unusual sights, a huge copper-red stretch of sand. Wander the dreamy shoreline, and photograph the remote, colorful collision of sea and sand.
Aug 19 - Siglufjordur, Iceland 8 AM to 11 PM
Siglufjordur is an isolated gem cosseted away by a jagged wall of mountain peaks. With just over a thousand residents, Siglufjordur takes its name from the glassy fjord that stretches out nearby. Iceland's northernmost town, only a single-lane road tunnel, bored through the snow-capped mountains, provides a land link with the rest of the country. Here you will find the award-winning Herring Era Museum. It covers every element of the town's relationship with its fishing waters - from expedition to preparation and preservation.
Aug 20 - Akureyri, Iceland 8 AM to 10 PM
Akureyri is the gateway to a thrilling land of roaring waterfalls, soaring volcanoes and glorious wildlife. It lies a mere 60 miles from the Arctic Circle, but blossoms with a bright, cosmopolitan feel, and explodes into life during the summer months, when its outdoor cafes and open-air bathing spots fill up with visitors. Feel the thundering and shaking at ‘Waterfalls of the Gods’ or find some peace at the Botanical Gardens. The Akureyrarkirkja Church rises like a grand organ and is the town’s most striking landmark. The 112-step climb is worth the effort to see light flooding in through its narrow stain glass windows, spreading colorful patchworks across the interior.
Aug 21 - Husavilk, Iceland 8 AM to 6 PM
Get up close and personal with the majestic giant whales of the ocean. Pretty Husavik is framed by the majestic Húsavíkurfjall mountain, which swells up behind, creating a stunning backdrop for the town's tiny wooden warehouses, cherry red houses and undulating fishing ships. Sail among gentle giants in Shaky Bay, spotting humpbacks, minke whales and the world's biggest – blue whales. You may also see teams of dolphins skipping across the waves. Hikes into the surrounding countryside can take you up around Lake Botnsvatn, to views down from the slopes of the Húsavíkurfjall - where purple spired lupin flowers spill down amongst the emerald slopes. From the summit, look out over views of the bay, reaching out to the crumpled snowy peaks beyond. Or feel the full force of thr Dettifloss Waterfall, one of Europe's most powerful, thrashing flumes.
Aug 22 - Seydisfjordur, Iceland 8 AM to 11 PM
A spectacular fjord lends the town its name, and the structures are dwarfed by this majestic setting, as they huddle around its glassy waters. Encounter sea lions, or try some fishing as you immerse yourself in this highlight of the wild and wonderful Eastfjords. The snow-capped Bjólfur mountain stands above the town and invites you to crunch along hiking trails amid untouched nature, rewarding with mesmerising views across the fjord and town below. These hills can literally sing thanks to a unique sculpture - which resonates with a traditional five-tone harmony.
Aug 23 - Djupivogur, Iceland 8 AM to 5 PM
Djupivogur is an uninhibited artistic hub - full of makers and creatives. Slow your pace and discover the refreshing approach to life that has made its trademark in this town. A place where hammers knock on metal in workshops, artists ladle paint onto canvases, and where you might spot a few Icelandic horses roaming across mountains. The most expansive project is the 34 egg sculptures that dot the coastline alongside lazy seals that daydream on the dark rock beaches.
Aug 24 - Torshavn, Faroe Islands 12 PM to 11 PM
Titanic scenery, mist-whipped mountains and staggering oceanic vistas await you here in the Faroe Islands, a far-flung archipelago of immense natural beauty. This remote and isolated island, adrift in the far North Atlantic Ocean, is a self-governing part of the Kingdom of Denmark. Wander between pretty, half-timbered houses and visit one of the world’s oldest parliament buildings, during your time here.
Aug 25 - Day at Sea
Aug 26 - Westman Islands, Iceland 8 AM to 6bPM
Rising like craggy icebergs from the waves, Heimaey and the Westman Islands are a perfect example of nature’s extraordinary power to both create and destroy. Haunted by the same volcanic forces that once forged the islands, it was only the brave actions of the island’s villagers - who stopped the flow of lava from the Eldfell volcano with a wall of seawater - that saved this charming whitewash wooden town from destruction. The volcano that exploded in 1973 made headline news around the globe and saw the islanders evacuated during an elaborate rescue mission. Learn more of the most fateful day in the islands’ history at the museum, and see houses - charred black by lava - which have been salvaged and exhibited, frozen in time.
Aug 27 - Reykjavik, Iceland Disembark AM