Silversea Cruises has announced its support for wildlife conservation
through a collaboration with artists Gillie & Marc. The luxury
cruise line has sponsored a sculpture of an Atlantic Walrus named
Amelia, which is featured in the 'Love the Last March' exhibition held
in Singapore which serves as an important initiative aimed at
safeguarding the world's most endangered wildlife species.
"Silversea is committed to unlocking the world’s most enriching
experiences for travellers in a responsible manner and wildlife
conservation lies at the heart of this ethos,” said Adam Radwanski,
managing director Asia Pacific of Silversea Cruises. “We hope this
exhibition will inspire people to support wildlife conservation
The official opening of the 'Love the Last March' exhibition took
place on 19 May with Radwanski in attendance alongside other guests from
Silversea. This exhibition represents a social movement that
collaborates with WWF-Singapore (World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore)
to raise awareness and funds for the world's most endangered species.
The exhibition features an impressive sculpture spanning 192 metres
in length, showcasing 62 individual life-sized animals, including 45
species that face the highest risk of extinction. Gillie & Marc,
renowned artists specialising in public wildlife conservation, are the
creative minds behind these sculptures. The exhibition will be on
display at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore for a duration of 12 months,
starting from 19 May 2023.
Silversea's dedication to conservation is evident in its extensive
expedition portfolio, allowing travellers to witness rare wildlife and
explore remote natural environments. For instance, on Silversea's
expedition cruises in Canada and Greenland, passengers have the
opportunity to observe walruses and polar bears in their natural
The Silver Endeavour, offers a 14-day voyage from Churchill to
Kangerlussuaq, enabling guests to marvel at the wonders of the Arctic
Circle while benefiting from the expertise of experienced expedition
By sponsoring the walrus sculpture in the 'Love the Last March'
exhibition, Silversea aims to inspire action and raise awareness about
the significance of protecting these creatures and their habitats. The
company's involvement in this conservation initiative demonstrates its
commitment to preserving wildlife and contributing to global efforts in
safeguarding endangered species.