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Where are Silversea ships cruising next?

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Silversea Cruises is returning to service in Alaska and Iceland this summer.
Silversea Cruises is returning to service in Alaska and Iceland this summer.

Silversea Cruises added two more destinations to its return-to-service plans: Cruises from Alaska and Iceland will start in July.

The Silver Muse will resume roundtrip Alaska sailings from Seattle on 29 July, while the Silver Shadow launches Iceland circumnavigations from Reykjavik on 30 July.

Silversea is also operating cruises from Greece and the Galapagos starting this month. Passengers and crew must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 prior to embarkation on all four ships.

"The return to service is fast gaining momentum, and we've seen exceptional demand for travel in Alaska and Iceland," said CEO Roberto Martinoli.

"We're eager to welcome back our guests to unlock unforgettable experiences aboard Silver Muse and Silver Shadow while contributing to the local economies of the incredible communities we visit."

The Muse will offer 10- and 11-day varying itineraries that will include the Sawyer Glacier and the Mendenhall Glacier and ports such as Ketchikan, Juneau, Wrangell, Skagway and Sitka.

The Shadow will offer three 10-day cruises from Reykjavik that will call in Grundarfjordur, Isafjordur, Siglufjordur, Akureyri, Husavik and Seydisfjordur and the island of Heimaey.

Source: Travel Weekly

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