Silversea Launches Re-designed Website with Special Effects

Silver SpiritSilversea Cruises announced the release of its newly designed website that pans a silver seascape which is animated by color photographs fading in and out, including those by award-winning photographer Dana Neibert. New features include animated itinerary maps and an interactive deck plan tool to view ship details, images, three-dimensional suite diagrams and 360-degree virtual tours.

Visitors to the site can check out the tabs with information on destinations, ships, services, programs and special offers. Additions include a Google custom search feature has been added to enhance accuracy of searches on the site, and viewers can share content on Facebook, Twitter, blogs as well as other sites. Also, a country-specific version of the site is displayed based on the currency of the visitor's geographic location.

Silversea has also updated its Expeditions microsite, www.silversea.com/expeditions, where you can check out new images and videos of the Prince Albert II in Antarctica, the Arctic, Central and South America. Other developments include an enhanced Voyage Journal section located on the home page, an expanded Expedition Team section including profiles and schedules and the introduction of the Silversea Expeditions Blog with updated news, commentary and expedition highlights.

Visit www.silversea.com.

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