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The Ultimate No-Fly Monaco Grand Prix

Cruise Code: 1256385 / Voyage Code: 3912

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Your ROL Cruise package


What's included

  • Beverages in Suite and throughout the ship, including Champagne, select wines & Spirits
  • Open-seating dining
  • Multiple restaurants with diverse cuisine
  • Spacious, ocean-view suites, up to 85% with private verandas
  • Butler service for all suites
  • All on board gratuities
  • Free unlimited WiFi throughout the ship
  • In-suite 24 hour dining
  • Complimentary transport into town in most ports
  • Refrigerator and bar setup, stocked with your choice of beverage
  • Bvlgari bath amenities
  • Pratesi fine bed linens and down duvet covers
  • Pillow menu
  • Plush Etro slippers and bathrobes
  • State-of-the-art flat-screen HD TVs
  • Interactive media library
  • On board entertainment and enrichment lectures
  • Laundry and dry cleaning service on selected suites
  • Superlative service, with a staff to guest ratio of nearly one-to-one
  • Multiple restaurants, diverse cuisine and open seating dining
  • Enrichment programmes and sophisticated entertainment

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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Overview


Experience the thrill and glamour of one of the great events in the sporting calendar, the Monaco Grand Prix. From the capital of the Cote D’Azur and back, soak up the glamour of Riviera hotspots, before going full throttle in the world famous Principality. Enjoy an evening in Monte Carlo to enjoy the pre-race atmosphere, admire the yachts on the harbour and mingle with the glamorous crowd.

Your Itinerary


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  • Nice, France

    Day 1

    Nice, France

    22 May 2019

    Nice, often called the Queen of the Riviera, is a delightful city that is fashionable yet relaxed and fun. Sprawling over an extensive area, Nice comprises a wonderful blend of old and new. The old town is one of the delights of the Riviera. Narrow streets and winding alleys are lined with faded 17th- and 18th-century buildings, where families sell crafts and produce. The Italian façades of modern Nice and the exuberant, early 20th-century residences, which made the city one of Europe's fashionable winter retreats, remain intact. Although not blessed with the best beaches, its pebbled sands continue to attract scores of visitors every year. Adding to the city's attractions are relics of its ancient past. Greek seafarers founded Nice around 350 BC. The Romans took control 196 years later, settling farther uphill in the area that is now Cimiez. By the 10th century, Nice was ruled by the Counts of Provence and in the 14th century fell to the House of Savoy. Although the French occupied Nice for short periods during the 18th and 19th centuries, the city did not become a definitive part of France until 1860 when Napoleon III made a deal with the House of Savoy. Nice grew in popularity during the Victorian period when the English aristocracy favored it as a winter retreat because of the mild climate. Backed by scenic mountains, the city is generally divided into the Old Town and modern Nice. The look of the old town has changed little since the 1700s. Its colorful flower market should not be missed. The celebrated, palm-lined Promenade des Anglais follows the gently curved beachfront for about three miles and visitors as well as residents enjoy strolling along its path. Everything costs more along this famed strip; expensive shops, restaurants and art galleries blend with more modest establishments. The showpiece of the Promenade des Anglais is the palatial Hotel Negresco. North of the Old Town, the stately Place Massena is the main hub of Nice. The square is surrounded by neo-classical, arcaded buildings painted in shades of ochre and red. The central part of the city contains fine restaurants and hotels and is particularly known for its pedestrian zone with many boutiques of well-known designers. North of the city center is the posh suburb of Cimiez, where several museums are located.

  • Cannes, France

    Day 2

    Cannes, France

    23 May 2019

    The city is centered on the old port, with a compact central part. Bordered by palm trees and flowers, La Croisette is one of the city's hottest spots and the main promenade running alongside the narrow beach. The old town, Le Suquet, where Gallo-Roman tombs were discovered, provides a medieval feeling and magnificent views of the bay from atop its hill.

  • Day 3


    La Spezia, Italy

    24 May 2019

  • Monte Carlo, Monaco

    Day 4

    Monte Carlo, Monaco

    25 May 2019

    Today you will experience the excitement of the Monaco Grand Prix Qualifying. This notorious testing track is known for qualifying to be more important than any other. With your spectacular two day seated tickets
    you can enjoy all the action of qualifying and the race itself

  • Monte Carlo, Monaco

    Day 5

    Monte Carlo, Monaco

    26 May 2019

    Today the streets of Monaco are home to the most well known Grand Prix in the Formula 1 calendar and you’ll be at the heart of the action. As well as being a great sporting spectacle, it is also one of Europe’s premier social highlights. Speed, glamour, passion and excitement make it the world’s most glamorous sporting events

  • Nice, France

    Day 6

    Nice, France

    27 May 2019

    Nice, often called the Queen of the Riviera, is a delightful city that is fashionable yet relaxed and fun. Sprawling over an extensive area, Nice comprises a wonderful blend of old and new. The old town is one of the delights of the Riviera. Narrow streets and winding alleys are lined with faded 17th- and 18th-century buildings, where families sell crafts and produce. The Italian façades of modern Nice and the exuberant, early 20th-century residences, which made the city one of Europe's fashionable winter retreats, remain intact. Although not blessed with the best beaches, its pebbled sands continue to attract scores of visitors every year. Adding to the city's attractions are relics of its ancient past. Greek seafarers founded Nice around 350 BC. The Romans took control 196 years later, settling farther uphill in the area that is now Cimiez. By the 10th century, Nice was ruled by the Counts of Provence and in the 14th century fell to the House of Savoy. Although the French occupied Nice for short periods during the 18th and 19th centuries, the city did not become a definitive part of France until 1860 when Napoleon III made a deal with the House of Savoy. Nice grew in popularity during the Victorian period when the English aristocracy favored it as a winter retreat because of the mild climate. Backed by scenic mountains, the city is generally divided into the Old Town and modern Nice. The look of the old town has changed little since the 1700s. Its colorful flower market should not be missed. The celebrated, palm-lined Promenade des Anglais follows the gently curved beachfront for about three miles and visitors as well as residents enjoy strolling along its path. Everything costs more along this famed strip; expensive shops, restaurants and art galleries blend with more modest establishments. The showpiece of the Promenade des Anglais is the palatial Hotel Negresco. North of the Old Town, the stately Place Massena is the main hub of Nice. The square is surrounded by neo-classical, arcaded buildings painted in shades of ochre and red. The central part of the city contains fine restaurants and hotels and is particularly known for its pedestrian zone with many boutiques of well-known designers. North of the city center is the posh suburb of Cimiez, where several museums are located.

The Ship


Silversea’s Millennium Class ships – Silver Shadow and her sister ship Silver Whisper – are built with proportions slightly larger in size than the two earlier ships, yet retain the same level of genuine hospitality. Third in the Silversea fleet, the Silver Shadow cruise ship introduced guests to the next generation of Silversea cruising while maintaining Silversea’s award-winning, all-suite luxury and trademark intimate ambience.

Silver Shadow


Launched: September 2000 | Occupancy: 382 passengers

Tonnage: 28,258 tons | Length: 610 ft (185.93 m)

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