Silversea cruises are an upmarket cruise line, with one fleet consisting of 9 ships. With Silversea cruises, you are guaranteed the ultimate luxurious cruise holiday with stellar service.
Silversea cruises travel to over 900 destinations on 7 continents, more than any other cruise line. Some of the most popular cruise itineraries include voyages through Russia, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Mediterranean and Alaska.
Ship capacities fluctuate between 100 passengers on expedition ships and 540 passengers on cruise ships. There is one strictly formal night per 7 day cruise.
Why choose Silversea cruises for your Cruise Holiday?
Silver Sea Cruises are all inclusive cruises, with Butler Service, Gratuities, port charges and alcoholic beverages all folded into the price, to help you get the most out of your Silver Sea experience. There is a higher volume of staff on board Silver Sea cruises than on competing cruise lines and as a result, the service is incredible.
There are at least 4 dining options on board each Silver Sea cruise. Most options are included in your cruise, but a few specialty options that require a small fee. The main dining room is available for flexi dining and Le Terrazza is available for al a carte dining, with a reservation required. There are also a number of specialty dining options such as upscale Le Champagne on board each ship. 24/7 room service is also available on board each Silver Sea Cruise Ship. Silver Sea ships are renowned for culinary excellence and innovative spirit.
On each ship there is a spa and fitness centre and a well-stocked library. Lectures are held on board each cruise, giving an insight into the culture and customs of destinations that guests will be visiting. There are trivia nights and Broadway style shows on board silver sea cruise ships. Cigar lounges and wine bars on board newer silver sea ships.
There are a number of reasons to choose to sail with Silver Sea Cruises, but the number one benefit of siling with silver seas, is that due to the smaller ship size, ships can dock in the heart of the pier.