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Silversea Cruises


Top-of-the-line company, all-suite, elegant small ships sailing worldwide. The cruise line is targeting the ultra luxury segment of the market. Passengers are very similar to those on Seabourn Cruise Line, Radisson Seven Seas Cruises and Crystal Cruises - very high income, refined and sophisticated travelers, they know and understand very well quality, they have very high expectations and rough judgment. Most of them are North Americans, plus a solid European presence, particularly British and Germans. On the employment side - the same story as Seabourn, Radisson Seven Seas and Crystal Cruises.
Requirements are very high when it comes to selecting new employees. Whoever has the qualities and experience needed though, will enjoy the highest salaries, the most prestigious working conditions and the most interesting itineraries in the cruise industry. As the other lieder in the ultra-luxury cruise market (Crystal Cruises, Radisson Seven Seas Cruises and Seabourn Cruise Line), Silversea Cruises is one of the most highly recommended for employment.


Fleet and itineraries:

Silver Cloud: Bahamas registered, built 1994, 17.000 gross tons, 296 passengers, 197 crew members.
Itineraries: Canada/New England, Caribbean, Amazon, South America, Australia/New Zealand, Far East, India, Arabia, Africa, Mediterranean.
 
     
Silver Wind: Italian registered, built 1995, 17.000 gross tons, 315 passengers, 205 crew members.
Itineraries: Orient, South Pacific, South America, Africa, Mediterranean, Scandinavia/Russia, Western Europe, Eastern Canada/New England, Caribbean, Panama Canal.
 
     
Silver Shadow: Bahamas registered, built 2000, 25.000 gross tons, 400 passengers, 295 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean, Trans-Atlantic, Bermuda,
Eastern U.S., Caribbean, South America.
 
     

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