Silver Whisper accidents and incidents
CruiseMapper's Silver Whisper cruise ship accidents, incidents and law news reports relate to a 466-passenger vessel owned by Silversea Cruises. Our Silver Whisper accidents page contains reports made by using official data from renown online news media sources, US Coast Guard and Wikipedia.
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- Coronavirus - 2022 (11)
January 2022Cruise Illness / Virus Outbreaks
(Coronavirus) On January 19, 2022, during the scheduled dock at Guayaquil (Ecuador), the local authorities required passengers to go ashore only in groups (via 8 buses) after the ship reported that a total of 11 (out of 228, plus 283 crew) passengers tested COVID-positive.
The cases were discovered during routine onboard testings, and all were asymptomatic.
The incident occurred during a 14-night South America voyage (itinerary Jan 18 - Feb 1, from Guayaquil to Ushuaia) with call ports in Chile (Arica, Antofagasta, Valparaiso, Puerto Montt, Laguna San Rafael NP) and Argentina (Ushuaia/overnight).
04 February 2020Other Incidents
On February 4, 2020, Silver Whisper met the fleetmate Silver Cloud in Antarctica. Both vessels anchored at Wilhelmina Bay located between Reclus Peninsula and Cape Anna (west-coast Graham Land, Antarctica).
Silver Whisper was on World Cruise 2020 (139-day itinerary "Legends of Cruising", Fort Lauderdale to Amsterdam, January 6 through May 25) and cruising along Antarctic Peninsula between February 4-7. Silver Cloud was on a 10-day itinerary ("Antarctica with Silver Cloud Expedition", February 8-18) roundtrip from Ushuaia Argentina.
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