All ten Silversea vessels are now back in service

Silversea’s entire 10-ship fleet has now been returned to service. Since Silver Moon’s first departure on June 18, 2021, Silversea has taken several steps in restarting its “ultra-luxury” cruise product.

In addition to hosting the world’s only “ultra-luxury” cruise in 2022, the conversion silver wind in an ice-class ship and launching new culinary and wellness programs since suspending operations in March 2020, the industry’s leading cruise line has continued to expand, taking delivery of three new ships.


“I am incredibly proud to see all of our ships now welcoming passengers from around the world – with 10 ships in service for the first time in our cruise line’s history – after a difficult time for the global travel industry,” said Roberto. Martinoli, President and CEO of Silversea.

“Having led the global return of ultra-luxury cruising, we have come back stronger than before with the support of Royal Caribbean Group, with more comprehensive door-to-door service, three new ships and various product enhancements” , added Martinoli.

Becoming the first ultra-luxury ships to set sail after the pandemic, Silversea’s new ships silver moon and Origin of money departed for their maiden voyages on June 18 and 19, 2021, to Greece and the Galapagos respectively.

The next month, silver muse became the first ultra-luxury ship to sail in Alaska, while silver shadow hosted guests in Iceland. silver spirit headed for northern Europe in September, while shipping ships silver explorer and silver cloud became the first ultra-luxury ships to return to Antarctica in November, and Silver Whisper welcomed travelers to the Caribbean from the same month. The cruise line’s newest ship, silver dawnbegan its inaugural season in the Mediterranean in April 2022.

A refurbishment, completed in November 2021, saw the conversion of silver wind in an ice-class expedition ship, with a reinforced hull for cruising in polar waters.

This was the second phase of a major refurbishment started in December 2018 to refresh the interior spaces of the ship with new furniture, carpets and wall coverings, as well as new walk-in showers to complement the bathtubs in some suites. .

Besides 24 Zodiacs and 14 kayaks, guests traveling on board silver wind now benefit from the knowledge of up to 28 expedition experts, as well as a dedicated changing room, a photo studio with state-of-the-art equipment and a heated swimming pool.

After leaving Athens on May 28, the 274 guests silver wind is now spending 14 days sailing the legendary waters of the Mediterranean before arriving in Lisbon on June 11. She will then embark on a series of voyages to Northern Europe and the British Isles, before reaching Reykjavík to begin a summer of Arctic explorations which will include a crossing of the famous Northwest Passage in August.