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Silversea introduces enhanced personal log-in area on its website

Reservations for speciality restaurants can now be pre-booked online at 'My Silversea'

Silversea Cruises has revealed its latest innovation making travel planning easier. The new "My Silversea" personal log-in area is now available at silversea.com, enabling both guests and travel agent partners to conveniently update their profile and preferences, arrange activities prior to a reserved voyage and access a host of additional features. In addition, first time guests to Silversea can now easily register at My Silversea to receive brochures and other communications before booking their trip.

Speciality restaurant dinner reservations can also now be pre-booked in advance (from 120 to 7 days prior to sailing), along with the optional shore excursions, beauty, spa and fitness services. Members of Venetian Society, Silversea's guest loyalty club, will now also be able to conveniently keep track of their voyage history by logging into "My Silversea."  

"Besides being more intuitive for the user, one of the great enhancements of 'My Silversea' is that guests sailing on our classic fleet, and their travel agents, can now make online dinner reservations for the first time," said Mike Bonner, Silversea’s UK General Manager. "And travel agents will now find it much easier to access valuable marketing support tools and manage their clients' bookings online."  

For booked guests, the new user-friendly portal replaces the "My Voyage" section of silversea.com, and travel agents will now simply log into "My Silversea" instead of the line's previous dedicated online travel agent centre.  

"My Silversea" is available for guests sailing on expedition cruises; however, the option to pre-book certain services and activities is still under development and will soon follow.

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