Silver Moon sails into the luxurious Silversea fleet in August 2020. Silver Moon will mirror her sister ship - Silver Muse - with her innovative design and inspired dining venues, but with a few exciting enhancements; she will be the epitome of 21st century luxury travel and mark the beginning of a new era for Silversea. Setting sail with a maximum of 596 guests and 411 crew, Silver Moon will continue Silversea's hallmark experiences of comfort, service, and quality complemented by small-ship intimacy and spacious all-suite accommodation.
All suites will feature an ocean view and up to 85% boast a private veranda. Welcome touches such as a butler, Wi-Fi access, in-suite 24-hour dining, fridge with bar setup and a choice of drinks, beds with fine linens and premium mattresses, pillow menu, flat-screen HD television, interactive media library, and bathroom with luxury slipper, bathrobes, and Bvlgari toiletries will enhance your time aboard. The crew will also be on hand 24 hours a day to attend to your every need.
Silver Moon will set sail from Trieste on her inaugural 11-night voyage on 6 August 2020 bound for Civitavecchia; and will then spend her maiden season in the Mediterranean alongside four other Silversea ships. In November 2020, she will cross the Atlantic to Fort Lauderdale for a portfolio of cruises.
Food, drink, and entertainment options - Coming soon
Food options - Coming soon
Drink options - Coming soon
Entertainment options - Coming soon
Day 1: UK – Trieste, Italy
Arrive in Trieste and embark on board Silver Moon.
Day 2: Zadar, Croatia
Today you explore Croatia's Zadar — found on the Dalmatian Coast lining the Adriatic Sea. Zadar has a beautiful old town district filled with Roman ruins and century-old churches, including the 12th-century St. Anastasia's Cathedral and the Byzantine-style Donatus Church. Visit the Museum of Ancient Glass and the Roman Forum, before enjoying a cold beer or a coffee from a cafe at the lively People's Square. This historic port also features a selection of modern landmarks including Sun Salutation — an enchanting light show that plays from sunset to sunrise — and Sea Organ, which is a system of pipes and whistles found underwater that play music as the sea pushes air through it.
Day 3: Split, Croatia
Split, on Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, is the country's second-largest city. It's popular for its golden beaches and bustling centre — which was built around the fourth-century Diocletian's Palace. Today, the palace remains a central part of Split's heritage after its transformation into a variety of houses, flats, churches, and chapels. Stroll through the centre to admire the towering Cathedral of Saint Domnius with its 13th-century oak doors that tell the story of Christ. The Riva waterfront promenade runs the length of the old town and is the perfect place to stop for lunch. See cascading waterfalls at Krka National Park or relax and snorkel on the beach of Brac Island before departing.
Day 4: Kotor, Montonegro
Kotor is based on the Adriatic coastline in south-west Montenegro. One of the country's prettiest and most-famous towns, Kotor is an UNESCO World Heritage site and offers a range of historic landmarks and natural beauty spots. The old town district is filled with medieval architecture and monuments — as well as one of the narrowest streets in the world! From its Venetian-style gates to its former Austrian prisons, Kotor's past is kept alive for you to explore. Wander around the range of shops, and head to a bar or restaurant at a piazza to admire views of the mountains.
Day 5: Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Croatian city of Dubrovnik sits on the country's southern coast on the Adriatic Sea. Explore the city centre — an UNESCO World Heritage site — with its 17th-century Cathedral of the Assumption and Rector's Palace, before walking around the ancient city walls. Admire the views as you ride the cable car to Mt Srd or visit one of the city's museums. Relax in the sunshine on Banje Beach; enjoy a boat trip to the nearby islands of Lokrum and Elafati; and view the city from the water on a kayaking trip or take a snorkelling tour.
Day 6: Sarande, Albania
Sarande nestles on the Albania Riviera in southern Albania. Spend a few hours soaking up the sunshine on town's main beach or travel south to the golden sands of Mirror Beach. Pay a visit to the semi ruins of Lekuresi Castle - which dates back to early Ottoman times - the bombed remains of Ayii Saranda monastery and the 5th-century synagogue. Admire the 3rd-century mosaic floor at the Museum of Archaeology and the collection of photos as the Ethnological Museum. The port town is gateway to the ancient city of Burtint - a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to a Greek theatre, paleo-Christian baptistry, basilica and a museum.
Day 8 - 9: Valletta, Malta
Malta's small capital city — Valletta — sits within the city's original walls on a hillside and is known for its old churches, palaces and museums. Formerly ruled by the French, Italians, Spanish, and British; this UNESCO World Heritage site is filled with more than 300 historical monuments — making it one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world! Stroll through the narrow cobblestone streets of its old town district and see the famous Maltese-decorated balconies. Among a variety of churches, you can discover St. John's Co-Cathedral — one of Malta's biggest tourist attractions — with its striking interior decor and painting of John the Baptist by Caravaggio.
Day 10: Giardini, Italy
Giardini sits on a bay on the Ionian Sea coastline of the island of Sicily, between Cape Taormina and Cape Schiso. This seaside resort is home to amazing beaches and four seafront lidos where you can sunbathe and swim to your heart's content. Pay a visit to the historic Castello de Schiso and the 20th-century Santa Maria Immacolata, explore the fascinating Museo E Area Archaelogica di Naxos, and follow the nearby sculpture trail inspired by Greek mythology. Depart on a boat trip along the coast to Isola Bella and the Grotta Azzurra. The popular holiday resort of Taormina is just a short drive away and well worth a visit too.
Day 11: Sorrento, Italy
This stunning coastal town of Sorrento is situated in south-western Italy and faces the Bay of Naples on the Sorrentine Peninsula. Perched atop cliffs that separate the town from its busy marinas, it’s known for sweeping water views, buzzing bars, and delicious pizzas. Explore the narrow alleys of Piazza Tasso and gaze in awe at the 14th-century Chiesa di San Francesco or revel in the rich history at Museo Correale. Walk along the sandy stretch at Marina Grande harbour or visit the stunning natural phenomenon Vallone dei Mulini.
Day 12: Rome, Italy
Disembark in Rome and enjoy a transfer to the airport.