Safeguarding the health and safety of our guests, crew and the communities we visit is our top priority. As we work with the CDC and others toward this shared goal, see below the first sailing for each ship we are currently planning on operating if conditions allow. Please find here the latest health and travel advisories pertaining to cruise travel and here more information about Silversea’s healthy return to service.
Silversea’s mission is to support you in traveling our beautiful world in safety, comfort and luxury. In the interest of 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. We are doing our utmost to take the best decisions during this very uncertain time and we will keep updating this page with the latest information.
Silversea’s global family looks forward to reuniting as soon as possible, with the recommencement of our ships’ itineraries around the world.
As of today’s date, this list is accurate. However, please note that the situation is constantly changing and we cannot guarantee that the voyages shown below will indeed sail on the date shown. We are monitoring the position daily and will keep this page updated.
• E4211114016 - Silver Cloud will set sail on November 14, 2021
• WI211120022 - Silver Wind will welcome guests once more from November 20, 2021
• SS210908012 - Silver Shadow will commence service once again from September 8, 2021
• SL210706010 - Silver Spirit will set sail on July 6, 2021
• SM210912013 - From September 12, 2021, Silver Muse will resume sailing
• WH210704010 - Silver Whisper will commence service once again from July 4, 2021
• E1210528009 - Guests will cruise on Silver Explorer again from May 28, 2021
• MO210618010 - Silver Moon will set sail on June 18, 2021
• DA211109010 - Silver Dawn will commence service from November 9, 2021
• OR210605007 - From June 5, 2021, Silver Origin will resume sailing
Booked guests on cancelled voyages will receive up to 110% cruise fare refund in the form of a Future Cruise Credit (FCC), which can be applied on any future cruise commencing no later than one year after the expiry date and it’s valid two years from issuance. This is an incredible value to enhance the future cruise by choosing a longer itinerary or upgrading the stateroom category.
Future Cruise Credits are transferable to family and friends, and can be used partially and applied on more than one new booking.
EXCLUSIVE VENETIAN SOCIETY CRUISE DAYS: On voyages cancelled by Silversea due to Covid-19 from March 1, 2020 onward Venetian Society members will accumulate VS days on the cancelled voyage as well as on the new booked with the FCC. ^
The health, safety and well-being of our guests and crew is always our highest priority. We greatly appreciate the understanding of our valued guests and travel partners during these fluid, unprecedented and challenging times.
Our goal during these times of uncertainty is to be in constant communication with them, to make sure they have the most up-to-date information and can make informed decisions.
^ The double Venetian Society Days promotion is only applicable to FCC offered as compensation for the cruise cancelled by Silversea. The guest will accumulate Venetian Society days of the original cancelled booking and the ones associated with the new booking. If subsequent cruises booked using the FCC from the first cancelled voyage also get cancelled, then that/those cruises DO NOT earn Venetian Society cruise days. Venetian Society cruise days are earned on the 1st cancelled cruise and on the last cruise where the original FCC is applied after that last cruise sails. It is combinable with all public fares and promotions excluding reduced rates and net deals. Only eligible for the Guests included in the original booking. If FCC is cancelled, and the guest opts for cash back instead, then the additional Venetian Society days will be removed.