Silversea Appoints Roberto Verdino As SVP Revenue Management, Strenghtening Commitment To Growth. Verdino will oversee Silversea’s Revenue operations, forecasting, and commercial planning

Silversea Cruises (logo)Strengthening the cruise line’s commitment to long-term growth, Silversea Cruises has announced the appointment of Roberto Verdino as Senior Vice President Revenue Management. Reporting to Barbara Muckermann, Chief Commercial Officer, Verdino will oversee Silversea’s Revenue operations, forecasting, and commercial planning.

Having garnered over 15 years of experience at Royal Caribbean International and Costa Cruises, as well as a period spent in the hospitality industry, Roberto Verdino joins Silversea with honed expertise that will bring great value to the cruise line at a time of global growth. Verdino has a proven record in leading successful teams throughout Europe and Asia, implementing effective strategies to maximise revenue opportunities.

“We are delighted to welcome Roberto Verdino as SVP Revenue Management—an appointment that reinforces our commitment to long-term growth,” says Barbara Muckermann, Chief Commercial Officer, Silversea Cruises. “It’s an exciting time for Silversea Cruises: we have welcomed four new ships to our fleet since 2020 and we are set to take delivery of two additional vessels—Silver Nova℠ and Silver Ray℠—by 2024. Roberto’s expertise, paired with his wealth of experience in the cruise and hospitality sectors, will contribute to our continued international success as part of Royal Caribbean Group.”

“I am thrilled to join Silversea Cruises during this exciting period of growth,” says Roberto Verdino. “I look forward to working with my team to strengthen the cruise line’s commercial presence worldwide, focusing on developing its pricing strategies and market intelligence approaches to maximise international revenue opportunities.”

Based in Silversea’s Monaco office, the Italian national completed the General Management programme at the ESCP business school, after studying Business Management at the University of Salerno, Italy.

(Silversea Cruises)

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