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It's official: Silversea Cruises is moving Fort Lauderdale office to Miami

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Kristian Anderson - moving to a building in the heart of a world-class city 'that reflects the best of our brand'
Silversea Cruises confirmed what many industry insiders have understood was in the planning for awhile—the company is moving its Americas office from Fort Lauderdale to Miami.

The move is currently scheduled for late 2015.

The company, which maintains offices in London, Frankfurt and Sydney, with its global headquarters in Monte Carlo, will move all staff currently working in the Fort Lauderdale office to new, Class A space in the Wells Fargo Center, a world-class office high-rise located in the upscale Brickell area.

This is a short distance from PorMiami and just miles from Miami International Airport.

Miami is recognized as the cruise capital of the world, noted Kristian Anderson, Silversea's svp and gm for the Americas.

'So we're pleased to have found a building in the heart of the city that reflects the best of our brand and is able to meet our current and future expansion needs,' he said.

The building, he added, is LEED Gold-certified sustainable, so 'our new location will provide a healthy, productive and beautiful work environment for our employees in what has become a truly vibrant, world-class city.'

Silversea recently confirmed the order for a newbuild, Silver Muse, due for delivery from Fincantieri in early 2017. The company currently operates a fleet of eight ocean and expedition cruise ships.

 

 

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