Posted August 17th, 2018, 10:23 PM
Last edited by Observer; August 17th, 2018 at 10:45 PM
I am afraid it is no glitch.
There are some single fares left -- and some at 10%, which is a rate I cannot recall in the past. See:
However, the solo fare offerings are far, far fewer than they were just a bit ago. This may be a result of re-pricing of some cruises, and more offerings will appear anon.
For the moment, however, this looks very concerning to singles like me. The Silversea solo fares were in many cases far more attractive than fares on Seabourn and Regent (putting aside their inclusions) and even Crystal (whose standard cabins are of course smaller than Silversea's.)
Those of us who want to continue to sail on Silversea can only hope that single supplements will be offered initially at no more than 50% -- at least on a number of suites well in advance of sailing. One would understand that the supplement might increase on popular cruises with dynamic pricing. The Seabourn and Regent base single supplements are simply unacceptable for me. Should Silversea go that route, I will spend my holidays in hotels. One can get a very, very nice hotel room and food/drink for the price of a Seabourn solo per diem.