Renowned for unforgettable experiences and innovative spirit, Silversea offers intimate, all-inclusive luxury cruising experiences. Silversea's fleet, including Silver Cloud, Wind, Shadow and Spirit, sail to over 800 destinations on all 7 continents which is more destinations than any other cruise line. The fleet of small, luxury ships is designed for those who want to discover in comfort and elegance.
Silversea Cruises is owned by the Lefebvres of Rome which can be seen in the flair and style onboard. The importance of good food in Italian culture is also certainly present. Silverseas' cruises and partnership with grand chefs Relais & Châteaux promises that your dining experience will be the finest. Choose from a range of restaurants, bars and cafes including La Terazza, Kabuki, Seishin Restaurant, Start Supper Club, pool bar and club, Le Champagne and much more.
Many activities are available onboard. You could work out in the well-equipped 'Fitness Centre', or take a Pilates class in the aerobics room. Listen to presentations given by guests including authors, journalists, professors and diplomats. Indulge in culinary and wine voyages- private tastings in the world's most distinguished wine regions.
Visit the Giants' Grave in Oblia, an impressive megalithic gallery built in the Bronze Age.
- Monte Carlo - Barcelona
- Mediterranean Sea,Western Europe
Visit the beautiful Fort King George in Scarborough for some stunning views of the island.
- San Juan - Bridgetown
Enjoy and exquisite meal al fresco and watch the beautiful sunset as you dine at the Grill.
- Darwin - Bali
- Asia,Australia,South Pacific
Silversea’s cruises are for those with higher standards. The unparalleled standard of luxury and meticulous attention to detail means that this six star cruise company really is in a class of its own. Every aspect of your stay will be of the very highest quality. And the most surprising thing? Gratuities are not expected – they’re part of your fare.
The Exclusivity of Silversea
Silversea ships are smaller than your average cruise ship. Staying true to its Italian heritage, the ships are bedecked in the finest classic 1930s Italian art deco style. They are designed to feel spacious yet personal in atmosphere. The eight ships of its fleet host between 200 to 540 guests, and on many ships there is a ratio of almost one crew member to every guest. The ambience is all the more exclusive for this. If you have sailed with Silversea before, you can expect on board recognition during your next cruise and invitations to private parties.
Fine Living with Silversea
All the suites on board Silversea vessels have been designed to allow the maximum of space. All rooms offer spectacular ocean views and most come with a private veranda. On board the Silversea Expeditions vessels, every cabin has butler service. The rooms are bedecked in the finest materials – marble and wooden panelling to name just two. There is a large choice of suites to choose from- from the quiet sanctuaries of the ocean view suites to the prestigious Owner Suites which are perfect for entertaining. And with children not encouraged, you can rest assured that your time on board will be peaceful and you will be undisturbed in your room.
There are certain voyages that can be uniquely experienced with Silversea – beautiful Bahamas and the Caribbean, exceptional cruise through Norwegian fjords, perfect shore excursion in Alaska and much more. The smaller nature of Silversea’s ships is a distinct advantage – it grants the vessels unrivalled access to the smaller ports. Silversea ships can cruise right into the heart of a city, unlike many of the bigger cruise liners which have to anchor offshore and employ smaller shuttle boats to ferry passengers over to land. With over 800 destinations across the seven continents, Silversea can take you to more places than any other cruise company. It is especially proud of its reputation for providing not just the best home-away-from-home imaginable, but also for providing a truly first class standard of destinations and excursions.
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