ROL Cruise customer experience rating 4.8/5 


Based on 3131 reviews

Very professional company.

22 Nov 2018

Very professional company and in particular I would like to thank Sally Staunton for dealing with my booking so expertly. I sent her many Emails and she responded immediately to all my queries.

Helpful advice

22 Nov 2018

Good overall advice on cruise.

He fullfild our every need

21 Nov 2018

Brilliant Liam is thr best

Great response and very pleased with outcome

21 Nov 2018

Instant response to my email. All questions answered thoroughly and phone back immediately when requested

Provided help and guidance to complete the booking

21 Nov 2018

Polite and efficient handling of my enquiry

Efficient Service from ROL

21 Nov 2018

I received a prompt response to my enquiry, resulting in a booking being made. The travel consultant was competent in her actions, pleasant with her manner and an overall good experience.

Prompt excellent service

21 Nov 2018

Friendly and efficient person. Gave all details clearly and accurately.

Helpful advice

21 Nov 2018

The advisor on the phone (Lee) was helpful, friendly, clear and seemed to know what was needed to make my trip work.

Superb!!!!

21 Nov 2018

A Superb experience handled by a very knowledgeable rep!

San Juan to San Juan

Cruise Code: 1211444 / Voyage Code: 2911

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The Ultra-Luxury Caribbean Promotion

Offer ends 30 Nov 2018

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Your ROL Cruise package


What's included

  • Included economy class flights or upgrade to Business Class for £1,099pp each way
  • Included overseas transfers
  • Beverages in Suite and throughout the ship, including Champagne, select wines & Spirits
  • Open-seating dining
  • Butler service for all suites
  • All on board gratuities
  • Complimentary transport into town in most ports
  • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your choice of beverage
  • Pratesi fine bed linens and down duvet covers

Experience the Difference

  • Cruise Miles; over 350,000 U.K Members

  • Award Winning; more than 50 Cruise Awards over the last 10 years

  • The UK's No.1 Independent Cruise Specialist; delivering impartial advice

  • Staff with over 1,000 years combined travel industry expertise, offering 5* service

  • 24 years as a cruise only specialist

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Your Itinerary


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  • San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Day 1

    San Juan, Puerto Rico

    24 Mar 2019

    Puerto Rico has been voluntarily associated with the United States since Spain ceded it in 1898. In 1952, this island country became a self-governing Commonwealth of the United States. The capital, San Juan, is a teeming city of 500,000. Remnants of colonial architecture stand side by side with the most modern high-rises in this city of contrasts. The 7-square-block area that contains the historic zone of Old San Juan was once completely encircled by city walls and is still guarded by the impressive forts El Morro and San Cristobal, which loom over the harbour as reminders of the centuries of Spanish rule. The El Yunque Rain Forest, on the north-eastern side of the island, is just one of many distinctive geographical features found here. Mountain lakes, waterfalls, teak forests and La Parguera's Phosphorescent Bay offer the visitor a variety of diversions.

  • Day 2


    Spanish Town / Prickly Pear

    25 Mar 2019

    Cruising in the azure waters of the British Virgin Islands (B.V.I.) has been popular for a long time. Although Virgin Gorda boasts a small airport, it seems that most of the visitors prefer arriving by sea - aboard their own yacht or on one of the ferryboats from Tortola or the U.S. Virgin Islands. Virgin Gorda is also a popular call for cruise vessels. Columbus discovered the islands in 1493, an archipelago consisting of some 60 small islets and rocky outcrops of which Tortola and Virgin Gorda are the largest ones. After a frequent change of hands, ranging from the Spaniards to the Dutch and some notorious pirates in between, the British took over in the 17th century and still retain control to this day. As a Crown Colony the B.V.I. have a governor who is appointed by the Queen. The British established a plantation economy and developed the sugar industry with slaves to work the cane fields. When slavery was abolished in 1838, the plantations deteriorated and many of the Europeans returned home. In the 1960s, the beginnings of a profitable tourist industry got under way when Laurence Rockefeller established Little Dix resort. He foresaw that the islands’ balmy weather, powder-soft beaches and splendid sailing opportunities would make them an ideal holiday destination. Although the B.V.I. are only a short distance from the U.S. Virgin Islands, they are vastly different in character. The slow and restorative pace is perfect for visitors who want to get away from it all and simply enjoy the pleasures of this small hideaway. The British Virgin Islanders, too, love their unspoiled tropical home and are determined to maintain its easygoing way of life. Seven-mile-long Virgin Gorda has a population of about 2,500; the majority lives in the relatively flat southern portion. The northern half is mountainous; 1,370-foot Gorda Peak is the highest point on the island. Virgin Gorda’s chief attraction, The Baths, lies in the island’s southern part near the tiny capital of Spanish Town. The Baths consist of enormous boulders that form natural pools and underwater caves – an attraction seldom missed by visitors to the area.

  • Day 3


    Roseau, Dominica

    26 Mar 2019

    To fully appreciate the island's unspoiled beauty, a trip into the interior is a must. A good part of Dominica's mountainous terrain is covered with dense evergreen rain forest, where rare plants and animals are still found that have long been extinct on neighboring islands. The Smithsonian Institute called the island a giant plant laboratory, unchanged for 10,000 years. Numerous hot springs bear witness to continuing volcanic activity. Dominica is truly a place to discover nature in all her splendor. But it is not an island for those looking for white sand beaches. Around the mouth of rivers and in sheltered bays, the beaches are pebbly and of dark color.

  • Day 4


    St Johns, Antigua

    27 Mar 2019

    With its white sand beaches, glimmering blue seas and laid-back locals, Antigua is a quintessentially Caribbean island. Destination guide

  • Basseterre, St Kitts

    Day 5

    Basseterre, St Kitts

    28 Mar 2019

    Columbus discovered St. Kitts (short for St. Christopher) and Nevis on his second voyage in 1493. Arawak and Carib Indians who had moved up through the islands from South America already inhabited both islands. While European immigrants massacred many of them, the Caribs continued to stage fierce battles, which became legendary. In 1632, the West Indies' first British settlement was established on the island, which soon developed into an important colony thanks to its sugar industry. France and England shared St. Kitts for some time, but the partition ended with the Peace of Utrecht in 1713. After being declared a British colony in 1783, St. Kitts and Nevis, along with Anguilla and the British Virgin Islands, were administered as a single colony until 1871 when the Leeward Islands Federation was formed. This continued up to 1957 when St. Kitts and Nevis were granted self-government, with Britain remaining responsible for external affairs and defense. Both islands became an independent state within the Commonwealth in 1983. Basseterre, St. Kitts' capital, still shows signs of colonial architecture. However, its setting against the emerald green hills ensures a distinct Caribbean ambiance. Many travelers agree that Basseterre is one of the prettiest of the Caribbean's small capitals.

  • Gustavia

    Day 6

    Gustavia

    29 Mar 2019

    The island's size makes it possible to get a good introduction as well as enjoy a variety of outdoor activities and discover the attractions of Gustavia, the island's tiny capital located around a magnificent harbour. As a reminder of its past as a Swedish colony some of the street signs still show names both in French and Swedish. In 1784, the French traded the island to Sweden's King Gustav III in exchange for port rights in Göteborg. He named the small town Gustavia, laid out and paved streets, built three forts and turned the island's capital into a prosperous free port. After a succession of earthquakes, fires and hurricanes Gustavia's fortunes declined. In 1878 France agreed to repurchase its former colony and incorporate the island into the French West Indies as a Dependency of Guadeloupe. Today, the quaint, charming capital of Gustavia is once again a favourite spot frequented by chic residents and visitors.

  • Day 7


    Jost Van Dyke Bay

    30 Mar 2019

    Jost Van Dyke, four miles long, is truly known as the 'barefoot island'. The smallest of the British Virgin Islands, it is known as a popular destination for yachts and is celebrated for its casual lifestyle, protected anchorages, fine beaches and beachfront restaurants and bars. The island has fewer than 200 inhabitants and they are widely known as a welcoming people. The island's name conjures up its rich, colorful past. Jost Van Dyke is said to have been named for an early Dutch settler, a former pirate.

  • San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Day 8

    San Juan, Puerto Rico

    31 Mar 2019

    Puerto Rico has been voluntarily associated with the United States since Spain ceded it in 1898. In 1952, this island country became a self-governing Commonwealth of the United States. The capital, San Juan, is a teeming city of 500,000. Remnants of colonial architecture stand side by side with the most modern high-rises in this city of contrasts. The 7-square-block area that contains the historic zone of Old San Juan was once completely encircled by city walls and is still guarded by the impressive forts El Morro and San Cristobal, which loom over the harbour as reminders of the centuries of Spanish rule. The El Yunque Rain Forest, on the north-eastern side of the island, is just one of many distinctive geographical features found here. Mountain lakes, waterfalls, teak forests and La Parguera's Phosphorescent Bay offer the visitor a variety of diversions.

The Ship


What makes a Silversea cruise is the attention to detail that they are renowned for with no request too big or small. So embark on your journey with Silver Wind and exchange your luggage for a champagne flute, exploiting the all-inclusive luxury cruise with not a gratuity or tab to pay for.

Silver Wind


Launched: January 1995 | Occupancy: 296 passengers

Tonnage: 17,400 tons | Length: 514 ft (156.67 m)

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Cabins


* Prices shown are per person, based on two adults sharing a twin cabin and include all cruise offer discounts and savings.


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* Terms and Conditions


Fares are per person based on two adults sharing a suite. Offer advertised is subject to availability at the time of booking. Fares advertised may increase or be withdrawn at any time. Offer advertised applies to new bookings only. All-inclusive drinks are subject to the cruise lines T&C’s.. Regional and premium class flights will incur supplementary costs; regional flights may require an additional overnight stay at an extra cost. Please note a pre cruise hotel stay may be required due to operational reasons at an additional charge. Promotional Free Economy Class and promotional Business Class Air rate of GBP 2,198 roundtrip are offered from select UK gateways. Promotional air offer is only applicable to specified voyages. Silversea reserves the right to select the air carrier, routing and departure airport from each gateway city. Airline baggage fees are not included. This will be available for booking at an additional charge. In the event neither Business Class nor Economy Class air is available (determined at Silversea’s sole discretion) or for guests not utilizing the promotional air offer or for non-British guests, a non-use Air credit in the amount of £1,000 per person may be applied. Offer applies to new bookings made between 17 September, 2018 through 30 November, 2018. Bookings made before or after the promotional period will not qualify for the savings. In case of succeeding voyages made by the same customer (combo or multiple bookings) the non-use credit can be only applied once. Other restrictions apply.

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