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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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**VIDEOS AVAILABLE. CONTACT INFO@COVER-IMAGES.COM TO RECEIVE.** Why have one luxury liner, when you have two! A great spectacle of naval engineering, Silversea???s Silver Spirit has now been cut in two at Fincantieri Shipyard in Palermo as part of her planned lengthening project. A prebuilt 15-metre (49-feet) segment has been inserted and the ship is now being reconnected. With the aim of amplifying guests??? onboard experience, the rare lengthening project will create more space in public areas and will enhance Silver Spirit???s facilities. Welcomed by Leoluca Orlando, the Mayor of Palermo, members of the international press, representatives of Silversea and Fincantieri, and other VIP guests attended two celebratory ceremonies, as the ship???s transformation got underway in Sicily on March 10 and 11. An air of excitement was cast over the shipyard as those present witnessed the dissection of the 36,009-ton ship, as well as the manoeuvring of the vast new mid-section into place. These important stages of the project ran with military precision, which pays testament to the quality of operations at the world-leading Fincantieri Shipyard. A rarely performed feat of maritime architecture, this type of lengthening has never before been employed for the extension of a luxury cruise ship. ??sWitnessing these breath-taking phases of the Silver Spirit lengthening project has filled us with pride and excitement,??? comments Barbara Muckermann, chief marketing officer of Silversea. ??sThis ambitious project will amplify the onboard features that matter most to our guests. We are taking our flagship, Silver Muse ??" which was delivered by Fincantieri in April last year ??" as the point of inspiration for a fleet-wide renovation programme; the lengthening and refurbishment of Silver Spirit will replicate the modern elegance of our latest vessel to make for a more luxurious travelling experience. We are eager to share the new and improved layout of our cherished ship
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