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Ultra-luxury Silversea Cruises going expedition
Seatrade is reporting that Silversea Cruises is planning to build ships for expeditionary voyages. The line’s president, Amerigo Perasso, stated at a media event in Sydney, Australia that future plans call for the building of ships for expeditionary voyages and upgrades to the company’s two oldest vessels. Silver Wind, which entered service in 1995, will go into drydock for a month in October next year and Silversea’s first ship, Silver Cloud, will follow in October 2009. Silversea is slated to receive its first new-build ship in eight years during the fourth quarter of 2009.

Costa alters calls in Greece this week
The tragic fires that have devestated southern Greece for the past week is forcing one cruise line to alter port stops in the country. Costa Cruises has announced that it will change the itineraries for the Costa Serena and Costa Mediterranea for this week. Costa Serena, sailing from Venice for a seven-day Eastern Mediterranean cruise, will replace Katakolon with Mykonos on Tuesday. Costa Mediterranea, also sailing from Venice on seven-day Greek Isles voyage, will call at Corfu instead of Katakolon on Wednesday.

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