Silversea extends its Spirit and appeal

SILVERSEA Cruises is aiming to broaden its appeal among Babyboomers with a US$70 million overhaul of its Silver Spirit, now undergoing a complex extension process in Sicily. The line hosted international media and guests at the Fincantieri shipyards in Palermo on the weekend to see the ship cut in two and a new 15m section inserted into its middle. The operation (pictured) will allow the addition of 34 new suites and four new dining concepts, while lifting the ship's capacity from 540 to 608 guests. Silversea chief marketing officer Barbara Muckermann told Cruise ...
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