Luxury line Silversea plans to restart its cruise operations this November after extending its suspension of all sailings on or before 31 October 2020.
The line said its “top priority” is to “safeguard the health, safety of our guests, crew and the communities we visit.”
“In the interest is commencing operations as soon as is safe to do so, Silversea is currently proceeding with a “rolling” cancellation system in which we are cancelling cruises only when we know that we are unable to operate them. We are therefore avoiding having to cancel cruises that have the possibility of operating,” Silversea said on its website.
The decision was made with the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Silversea’s new sailing dates include:
Silver Muse – 31 October 2020
Silver Spirit – 5 November 2020
Silver Origin – 7 November 2020
Silver Moon – 8 November 2020
Silver Shadow – 10 November 2020
Silver Whisper – 10 November 2020
Silver Cloud – 16 November 2020
Silver Explorer – 17 November 2020
Silver Wind – 14 June 2021
Silver Dawn – 9 November 2021
The sailings this year involve itineraries in South America, Britain and Europe. Guests who booked itineraries which have been cancelled because of the pandemic will receive up to 125 per cent of the cruise fare in the form of a Future Cruise Credit which is valid for any future cruise up to two years. FCC are transferable to family and friends and can be used partially and applied on more than one new booking.