Overview: This ship suits discerning, well-traveled couples who like a small ship that provides excellent food and fine European-style service in elegant, highly comfortable surroundings. Silversea Cruises promotes its Italian Heritage theme, and its many international passengers respond well to the
Silversea Cruises are the ultimate in 6* luxury. Silversea have a magnificent fleet of ships which are small and intimate, decorated to the very highest standard that one would expect from a multi-award winning cruise line. Rated 5 star by Berlitz (one of cruising’s highest honours) Silversea’s fleet of 8 luxurious and intimate ships are amongst some of the world best ultra-luxury liners. Silversea cruises continue to buck the trend of building bigger ships by add two small more intimate ships to their fleet meaning they can still offer a high level of personalised onboard experience.
On board, guests can take advantage of the complimentary food and drink - another of Silversea’s exceptional qualities. They are well known for their impeccable cuisine and an outstanding reputation for a superb choice of beverages. Silversea’s fleet also boasts of well-appointed all-suite accommodation, with all suites offering you all the modern conveniences combined with sophisticated décor.
All Silversea’s fleet consists of smaller luxurious ships they can travel to an incredible range of destinations all around the world, including smaller and off the beaten track ports that larger ships cannot get to.
Passengers on board a Silversea cruise ship were told they could not disembark the liner at a planned stop in the north-east of Russia.
Silversea Cruises could be planning three new cruise ships, a report has indicated. News outlets in Asia have revealed that ICBC, which is a unit of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, arranged around $1 billion (£620 million) in financing for three new builds at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy.
By Williams, Bognor regis on May 16 2015 08:29AM
My wife and I are reasonably experienced cruisers and have sailed with several different cruise lines including Cunard, P&O, Fred Olsen, Holland America and Celebrity. More recently we have sailed with Regent and liked the small ship experience coupled with high quality service. We decided to try Silversea and were delighted that we made this choice. The standard balcony cabin, or suite as the cruise line calls it, was almost 30 sq metres with the balcony being an additional 6 sq m. We were looked after really well by our butler (a standard provision for all cabins on Silversea) and stewardess who ensured that all was well in the suite. The quality of food in the restaurant and...
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