Six Days Is All Too Short Aboard This Great Ship
Aaron Saunders, Live Voyage Reports
This time next year, Silversea will have a brand-new flagship in its luxury fleet. But the 596-guest Silver Muse will owe much of its genesis to the line’s current flagship, the 540-guest Silver Spirit. Since entering service in late 2009, she’s earned a deserved reputation as a comfortable, classy ship that offers all the amenities you might expect of a larger ship, but with the intimacy that Silversea’s discerning guests have come to expect.
Onboard, I always enjoy talking with guests to discover what Silversea ship is their favorite – because everyone has one. I hear Silver Shadow and Silver Whisper mentioned a lot; indeed, Silversea seemed to get everything right with these twin beauties that debuted in 2000 and 2001. But most guests also readily admit they were reluctant to try the Silver Spirit because of her larger size -and that once they did, they’d come back to her again.
For me, my six-day reunion with the Silver Spirit proved to be all-too-short. To really experience and appreciate this ship, you need at least a week – ideally more – to get to know just how restful, relaxing and luxurious a Silversea cruise can be. Good thing then that the remainder of Silver Spiri
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