Silversea confirms plans for 3 cruise stops in Wrangell

Silversea Cruises, operator of the 600-passenger Silver Muse, last week confirmed its resumption of cruises to Alaska, with its website listing three sailings that include stops in Wrangell.

The Silver Muse, with

capacity for 400 crew members, will be the largest cruise ship to visit Wrangell this summer.

The company on June 1 announced its return to Alaska. It said last month’s congressional action that waived a stop in Canada will allow the cruises to resume.

The ship is scheduled to leave Seattle on its first 10-day cruise on July 29, arriving Wrangell on Aug. 1. The Wrangell Convention and Visitor Bureau calendar shows the Silver Muse returning on Aug. 22 and Sept. 12.

In between those voyages, Silversea will operate two other sailings to Alaska that do not include stops in Wrangell, according to the company’s website.

The first two voyages with scheduled stops in Wrangell appear sold out, with the website reporting a waitlist for those sailings.

Silversea is a luxury cruise operator, with prices for its Alaska voyages this summer starting at more than $6,000 per person.

The company requires that all of its passengers and crew “have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.”


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