Silversea maintains offices in Frankfurt, London and Sydney, with global headquarters in Monte Carlo. The company will move all staff working in the Fort Lauderdale office to a first generation, new Class A office space in Wells Fargo Center, where downtown meets upscale Brickell area, located a short distance from the world's busiest port and within a few miles of Miami International Airport.
Silversea Cruises' senior vice president, Kristian Anderson, said that Miami was recognized in cruise industry as the "cruise capital of the world". He added that the line were pleased to have found such a building in the heart of Miami that reflected the best of their brand and was able to meet the current and future expansion needs of Silversea. As a LEED Gold-certified office building, the new location would provide a beautiful and productive work environment for Silversea's employees in the world-class city.
Silversea launched its first cruise ship in 1994 and today operates a fleet of eight vessels. The company recently announced its new addition, flagship Silver Muse, scheduled for delivery in early 2017.