Silversea Cruises christens Silver Moon ship in Port Piraeus-Athens

   July 29, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Silversea christened Silver Moon as the newest vessel in its fleet.

Held onboard in Port Piraeus-Athens Greece, Silver Moon’s official christening ceremony was attended by esteemed guests, such as Richard Fain, Royal Caribbean Group chief executive.

Also in attendance were the chief executive of Silversea, Roberto Martinoli; Silver Moon's Captain Chavdar Georgiev (Bulgarian); general manager of the Fincantieri merchant ships division, Luigi Matarazzo; and Greece's minister of tourism, Harry Theoharis.

Silver Moon cruise ship

Silver Moon embarked on her inaugural season from Athens (Piraeus) on June 18, undertaking a series of 10-day cruises in the Greek Isles.

Following maritime traditions, the vice president of Caritas Hellas, Ioannis Patsis, blessed the new ship, before the godmother, Gaia Gaja (of Italian Gaja Winery) broke a bottle of champagne on the ship's bow.

At 40,700 GT and with maximum capacity 596 passengers, Silver Moon is Silversea’s 2nd Muse-class boat.

Built by Fincantieri at the Ancona shipyard in Italy, Silver Moon is an evolution of her sistership Silver Muse.

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