Silver Spirit is an ultra-luxurious, all-suite ship sets that sails around the Mediterranean, Caribbean and beyond. Silver Spirit combines a convivial atmosphere and personalised service with an exciting choice of dining and entertainment venues.
Complimentary beverages, gratuities, open-seating dining, transportation into town, and 24-hour dining options come as standard via the all-inclusive system on board. The ships ultra-luxurious suites — more than 85% of which come with a private veranda — feature a butler service, Italian marble bathroom, champagne and chocolates on arrival, and flat-screen TV with on-demand films and satellite news.
Soak up the sun on the pool deck, indulge in a facial at The Spa at Silversea, join in a Pilates class in the fitness centre, or simply sit and admire the view with a drink in Panorama Lounge. Days in port offer adventure and famous sights. Thanks to its intimate size, Silver Spirit is even able to dock at the heart of destinations where larger vessels can't reach!
For luxury and style, sail on Silver Spirit.
Round-the-world culinary delights await in the dining venues. The Restaurant is the main open-seating dining venue. Sparkling silver, the finest crystal and candlelight set the scene for a menu of contemporary, international cuisines accompanied by fine wines and impeccable service. Le Terraza is open for buffet-style breakfasts and al fresco lunches. In the evening, it transforms into a reservation-only Italian eatery. Tuck into healthy CruiseLite selections, freshly-cooked pizzas and grilled meats at poolside The Grill. You can also reserve your table here at dinner for a fun, interactive Black Rock Grill experience, which lets you cook seafood and prime steaks to your taste at your table.
Take dining to another level at the speciality restaurants. Savour innovative Asian fusion cuisine at Seishin Restaurant from a menu that ranges from bento boxed lunches and a la carte options, to a nine-course dinner at the chef's table! Dine in the Art-Deco-inspired surroundings of Star Supper Club, where you can make your choice from modern menus of petite regional and seasonal dishes with a twist. Reserve your table in the intimate Le Champagne by Relais & Chateaux and enjoy a six-course menu of destination-inspired specialities, accompanied by fine wines. Choose in-suite dining to enjoy course-by-course dinners on your veranda.
Silver Spirit presents bars and lounges to suit your every mood. The Bar is the hub of the ship where guests can socialise over speciality coffees, complimentary cocktails and tapas. Ocean views and calm sea breezes accompany drinks in Pool Bar. Panorama Lounge and Observation Lounge both offer a wide choice of hot and cold drinks. Indulge in fine cognac and premium cigars in the gentleman’s lounge-style Connoisseur's Corner.
Silver Spirit offers a choice of low-key entertainment. Show Lounge is the setting for enrichment lectures, port talks and special events by day; as well as full-scale production shows, cultural entertainers, classical musical ensembles, and film shows in the evening. Stars Supper Club and Panorama Lounge both stay open late for live music and dancing. There's also a casino with slot machines, roulette and blackjack.
Day 1: Fly UK - Hong Kong
Hong Kong is an autonomous territory in South East China. Hong Kong has developed from a small fishing village in the 19th century to a bustling metropolis filled with high rise buildings and infused with culture. Hong Kong is a shopping paradise; discover a wide range of shopping experiences at Causeway Bay, Sheung Wan, Harbour City, Festival Walk and Tsim Sha Tsui. Dine in a traditional restaurant and sample a world of exquisite, mouthwatering local cuisine including noodles, dumplings and rice. Visit Mickey Mouse at the Disneyland Park, or relax on the white sand at Repulse Bay. Trek to Victoria Peak; the highest peak on Hong Kong Island and see one of the world's most beautiful skylines at Victoria Harbour. Visit the historical temples including Man Mo Temple and Po Lin Monastery for an insight into the local culture.
Day 3: Taipei (Keelung)
With towering sky scrappers and an appeal that will be more familiar than you think, Keelung is a modern city that almost feels as though it was raised by The West. Walking round here you will find clear influences from the occupied past, with Dutch, Spanish and Japanese culture clear to see, as well as an influx of Americanisation from fast food restaurants to an array of familiar brands merging into a global city of the east.
Day 4: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
With its roots firmly in the past and with a keen eye on the future, Kaohsiung is a city that knows what it wants and is fast becoming an economic hub of the future. Take a trip to Dream Mall, the second largest shopping centre is Asia, or a trip up Monkey Mountain and see the Taiwan Macaques. For those keen to see the culture and heritage of the area, take a visit to the Confucius Temple, originally built in 1666, or to the Fokuangshan Monastery, built by Buddhist monks on top of a mountain giving an insight into the areas incredible past.
Day 6: Manila
Step ashore today at Manila, the capital of the Philippines and the most densely-populated city in the world. Combining Spanish colonial architecture with towering modern skyscrapers and air-conditioned shopping centres, this place boasts a fascinating heritage, vibrant nightlife, and mouth-watering local cuisine. Pay a visit to the Intramuros in the heart of Old Manila; this walled city harks back to colonial times and is home to ancient Fort Santiago and San Agustin Church. Explore local culture at Metropolitan Museum of Manila and the National Museum of the Filipino People or admire the vast collection of Imelda Marcos' shoes at Marikina Shoe Museum. Get up close to the marine life at Manila Ocean Park or enjoy the rides and attractions at Star City amusement park.
Day 7: Coron
Coron sits on the southeast coast of Busuanga Island at the heart of the island province of Palawan. Life here centres on the water with diving, snorkelling, and island-hopping at the top of most people's to-do lists. The waters around Coren are filled with WWII shipwrecks and you can snorkel out to see the Japanese ship known as Skeleton Wreck. Hike up to the top of Mount Tapyas for stunning views over Coren Town and beyond. Head to the Manquinit Springs to bask in the saltwater hot springs before donning a snorkel to explore the coral reefs teeming with angel fish at nearby Siete Pecados Marine Park. Kayangan Lake nestles between towering limestone cliffs and is perfect for swimming. Pay a visit to the idyllic Twin Lagoons or go on a scuba diving trip to see the underwater mountains at Barracuda Lake.
Day 10: Ho Chi Minh City
Over three decades have passed since the Vietnam War ended with the fall of Saigon. Today, the name of this bustling metropolis on the Mekong River is Ho Chi Minh City. Yet, the essence of the city, a major trading centre since the 18th century, remains unchanged. The air is filled with the cries of street hawkers and honking horns. Bicycles, motorbikes and automobiles fly down the boulevards at dizzying speeds. And everywhere, friendly faces and warm greetings meet you.
Day 12: Kompong som (Sihanoukville)
Sihanoukville sits on the Gulf of Thailand. As one of Cambodia's major holiday destinations, you can spend your day sunbathing, shopping and enjoying fresh seafood on Sihanoukville Beach. Visit Wat Krom and Wat Leu — two of Sihanoukville's temples — or head to Ream National Park which is home to monkeys, jungle, and various bird species. Go snorkelling and horse riding or kayak through mangrove forests. Sihanoukville is Cambodia's first and only deep-water port, which is today a busy and expanding town with plenty to keep you entertained until your departure.
Day 13: Bangkok (Laem Chabang)
Laem Chabang is located two hours south of Bangkok. It is Thailand's largest and busiest industrial port, handling millions of tons of cargo each year. Most passengers head straight to Bangkok to discover the golden temples and sacred statues of Buddha. Have lunch at one of the world's top Michelin-starred restaurants. Be dazzled by the neon lights of downtown Bangkok where you will find the main shopping centres around Siam Square. Shopping in Bangkok is something to behold; with a combination of shopping centres and markets, you can pick up some of the finest souvenirs. Jump in a tuk-tuk and explore Bangkok's temples, palaces and markets.