Silver Muse leaving Fremantle in March 2019
|In service:||April 2017|
|Speed:||19.8 knots cruising, about 21 knots maximum|
The ship is powered by four diesel 6.525 MW engines each of which drives a 6.3 MW 60 Hz 6.6 kV 3-phase generator. The electricity from the generators power two VEM AC Electric 8.5 MW double winding synchronous motors each of which powers a fixed-pitch propeller. The ship also has a 900 kW 60 Hz 440 V 3phase emergency generator.
The contract for the delivery of the ship was signed in 2014 with Fincantieri S.p.A. with the first steel being cut in July 2015. Following her delivery by the shipbuilder she was named on 17 April 2017 at Port Hercules in Monaco by Costanaza Lefebvre d'Ovideo, the daughter of the chairman of Silversea Cruises.
After departing Fincantieri's yard, the ship commenced an eight-day Easter voyage in April 2017 that started and ended at Monaco visiting Porto Mahon, Livorno and Portofino. Two days later, it commenced its official 13 day maiden voyage from Monaco to Nice between April and May 2017, stopping at ports in Barcelona, Valletta, Amalfi and Sorrento.
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