Silversea Cruises

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  • All-suite, all-inclusive cruise line
  • Adventure ship goes beyond traditional luxury
  • Itineraries blend exotic ports and mainstream locales
  • Stellar service and cuisine onboard

Silversea fosters an upscale, yet casual atmosphere with roomy public spaces that provide larger-than-average spaces for passengers. Expect stellar service and no waiting in line for meals or activities. Extraordinary dining experiences are offered on all Silversea vessels, with wine generously poured at meals. The all-inclusive policy, which covers gratuities and unlimited beverages -- wine, liquor, beer and soft drinks (except truly premium brands) -- is appealing.

There are lecturers on virtually all cruises, offering insights into the lives and cultures of the people of the destinations visited. There are sometimes a bridge instructor and a golf pro who offers lessons at the practice nets on each ship. But, partly as a function of size and relatively low passenger capacity, there are few major educational opportunities on Silversea vessels. Each has a well-stocked library, a Steiner-managed spa and fitness center.

Meals are served open seating in the main dining room, with lunch available between noon and 1:30 p.m. and dinner at any time between 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Alternative evening dining is available in La Terrazza at 7 p.m. (reservations required) and in the small, upscale (even by Silversea standards) Le Champagne -- again, reservations only -- between 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. La Terrazza is free; to eat in Le Champagne, there's a $200/$30 charge, depending on the dining option you choose. (Yes, that's $200 for a multicourse degustation menu that includes wine pairings.)

As there are no organized children's programs, the ships are inappropriate for most families with young kids.


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