Silversea Cruises

Silversea Cruises has 4 cruise ships scheduled this year at Civitavecchia Port: Silver Wind, Silver Spirit, Silver Muse and Silver Whisper.

Silversea Cruises is a luxury private cruise company based in Monaco. The co-founders, owners and operators, are the Lefebvre family of Rome, in Italy.

Silversea Cruises, founded in 1994, was the pioneer of the all inclusive with its first ship, the Silver Cloud. The company owns 8-boutique ships carrying from 100 to a maximum of 540 pax and is born from the idea of ​​offering customers a cruise price with all included, including fine wines, travel insurance, … everything is included and nothing needs to be added.

The Silver Cloud can carry 290 passengers and 210 crew members. The Silver Spirit is the newest company of the ship, with decorations and services to the edge of the Silversea fleet

After a difficult start, the Silversea cruises have managed to make a name and gradually become a leader in the European cruise market. The shipping company organizes trips to fashionable destinations such as the Canary Islands, the Caribbean, the Bahamas or Asia. Among the favorite destinations of the Mediterranean Sea, of course the Port of Civitavecchia

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