10 nights onboard Silver Ray

Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro

Bookended by two South American giants, this cruise promises the best of Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil. Starting with an evening in sultry Buenos Aires, imbibe in the city’s sultry romance. Sail on to Montevideo and Punta del Este and see what makes South America’s smallest country tick. Two sea days deliver you to Brazil, where you’ll dissolve onto the beaches of Balneario Camboriu, discover Ilhabela’s 360 waterfalls and enjoy two nights in effervescent and exciting Rio de Janeiro.

Leaving from: Buenos Aires
Cruise ship: Silver Ray
Visiting: Buenos Aires Buenos Aires Montevideo Punta del Este
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Wellness should be about balanced indulgence, not self-sacrifice - that's the philosophy behind Silversea's new programme called Otium, named after the Roman leisure time dedicated to bathing, talking, singing, drinking, eating and relaxing. The easygoing regime includes a 24-hour room-service menu of comfort food, as well as new spa treatments, relaxing baths and hot chocolate served on your balcony.

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Passengers
556
Crew
2024
Launched
54700t
Tonnage
244m
Length
30m
Width
20kts
Speed
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Cruise Itinerary
Days 1 - 2
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Day 3
Montevideo, Uruguay
Day 4
Punta del Este, Uruguay
Day 7
Balneário de Camboriú, Brazil
Day 8
Ilhabela, Brazil
Days 9 - 11
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Days 1 - 2
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, with its storied past woven into the very fabric of the city, beckons those who seek to immerse themselves in the authentic spirit of Argentina. Famous for its birthplace of tango, this vibrant city offers a glimpse into the local life far removed from the usual tourist paths. With a temperate climate that favors exploration year-round, Buenos Aires presents an exceptional setting for those looking to experience genuine local flavors and traditions. Cruise lines treasure this port for its ability to display the heart of Argentina, culminating in unique excursions that reveal secrets only known to locals. An intriguing fact about the city is its famed Recoleta Cemetery is the resting place of Eva Perón.
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Day 3
Montevideo, Uruguay
As you stroll along Montevideo's picturesque Rambla, the endless horizon of the Atlantic whispers tales of explorers who once admired these same views. Here, the climate is as mild as the greetings from locals, with temperate seasons offering a refreshing respite from harsher extremes. Montevideo, a city untouched by the clamor of mainstream tourism, cherishes its authenticity, showcasing Uruguay's deep-rooted traditions through vibrant street arts, local festivals, and intimate tango cafes. A curious fact to delight: Montevideo is home to the longest carnival in the world, inviting visitors to experience over a month of cultural festivities unique to this spirited city.
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Day 4
Punta del Este, Uruguay
Punta Del Este acts akin to Earth's greatest hits, where the rugged coastline meets the sparkling Atlantic, creating a backdrop of scenic beauty that captures the essence of Uruguay. The region's temperate climate is ideal for year-round exploration, allowing you to delve into local traditions without the crush of mainstream tourist spots. Punta Del Este is not just a destination; it's a vibrant celebration of Uruguayan life, from spontaneous street festivals to the understated elegance of artisan markets. What truly sets it apart is the iconic Hand Sculpture on Brava Beach, a striking symbol of human creation amidst natural splendor.
Balneário de Camboriú, Brazil image
Day 7
Balneário de Camboriú, Brazil
Ilhabela, Brazil image
Day 8
Ilhabela, Brazil
Ilhabela, a jewel off the coast of Brazil, was once a haven for pirates during a bygone era of trade, lending a mysterious allure to its emerald waters and lush landscapes. The island's subtropical climate is ideal for exploring its diverse ecosystems and secluded beaches, offering a real escape from the crowded tourist spots. Local cruise lines tap into Ilhabela’s authentic charm, providing visitors with a genuine taste of Brazilian scenery and spirit. The island is particularly known for hosting some of the world’s most competitive sailing events, making it a pivotal destination for maritime sports enthusiasts.
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Days 9 - 11
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro, the heart of Brazil's carnival fervor, offers a gateway into its celebrated past where the rhythm of samba was born and the streets tell tales of vivid festivities. The city's tropical climate invites travelers year-round, providing a warm welcome with its sun-drenched beaches and lush mountainous backdrops, setting it apart from conventional tourist destinations. It's here that visitors truly experience the vibrancy of Brazil, beyond the postcards, immersing in a locality vibrant with genuine interactions and community celebrations. Intriguingly, Rio is the only city in the world where the urban forest is denser than its urban sprawl, offering an unexpected green retreat amidst the city buzz.
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Silver Ray

Set sail from summer 2024 aboard the second Nova Class ship Silver Ray

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