Silversea Cruises returned to world-wide functions on Friday with the maiden voyage of its new flagship, Silver Moon, from Athens (Piraeus). The launch of Silver Moon also represents the unveiling of S.A.L.T., the cruise line’s new culinary program. The inaugural sailing of Silversea’s new expedition vessel, Silver Origin, will depart from San Cristobal in the Galapagos on Saturday, June 19. Silversea’s to start with location-specific ship will sail with all-new itineraries in the archipelago.
Sailing out of Athens (Piraeus), Silver Moon will stick to 10-day itineraries in the Greek Isles with a nearly 1-to-1 crew-to-visitor ratio. The ship will stop in Limassol Cyprus Rhodes, Amorgos, Agios Nikolaos and Souda Bay (equally in Crete), Naplion and Santorini, Greece. Silversea’s “pioneering” culinary software Sea and Land Flavor, or S.A.L.T, provides guests a sample of reliable cultures and traditions of each visited region.
Silver Origin welcomes tourists to the Galapagos islands with year-round, ultra-luxury expeditionary voyages, providing balcony-only suites and a selection of Zodiacs. The seven-day spherical-excursion sailing from San Cristóbal will be quickly-paced with 15 various stops. Friends will be able to spot these wildlife as blue-footed boobies, Nazca boobies and frigatebirds, together with sea lions and tortoises as they check out the volcanic islands.
Developing on Silversea’s world return to service, Silver Muse will set sail to Alaska from July 29, even though Silver Shadow will sail circumnavigations of Iceland commencing July 30.
Silversea notes that all itineraries are issue to modify dependent on a wide range of external aspects.
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