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: Greenwich (London), UK
Arrive in Greenwich, London and board Silver Spirit for your twelve-night luxury cruise.
Day 2: Greenwich (London) / At sea
About 8 miles downstream—which means seaward, to the east—from central London, Greenwich is a small borough that looms large across the world. Once the seat of British naval power, it is not only home to the Old Royal Observatory, which measures time for our entire planet, but also the Greenwich Meridian, which divides the world into two—you can stand astride it with one foot in either hemisphere. Bear in mind that the journey to Greenwich is an event in itself. In a rush, you can take the driverless DLR train—but many opt for arriving by boat along the Thames. This way, you glide past famous sights on the London skyline (there’s a guaranteed spine chill on passing the Tower) and ever-changing docklands, and there’s usually a chirpy Cock-er-ney navigator enlivening the journey with his fun commentary. A visit to Greenwich feels like a trip to a rather elegant seaside town—albeit one with more than its fair share of historic sites.
Day 3-4: Edinburgh, UK
Edinburgh is to London as poetry is to prose, as Charlotte Brontë once wrote. One of the world's stateliest cities and proudest capitals, it's built—like Rome—on seven hills, making it a striking backdrop for the ancient pageant of history. In a skyline of sheer drama, Edinburgh Castle watches over the capital city, frowning down on Princes Street’s glamour and glitz. But despite its rich past, the city’s famous festivals, excellent museums and galleries, as well as the modern Scottish Parliament, are reminders that Edinburgh has its feet firmly in the 21st century.Nearly everywhere in Edinburgh (the burgh is always pronounced burra in Scotland) there are spectacular buildings, whose Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian pillars add touches of neoclassical grandeur to the largely Presbyterian backdrop. Large gardens are a strong feature of central Edinburgh, where the city council is one of the most stridently conservationist in Europe.
Day 5: Aberdeen, UK
The Granite City sparkles like silver in the Scottish sunshine, and there is over 8,000 years’ worth of history to dig into in this pretty city of cobbled streets and hunched cottages. Located far to the north of the British Isles, Aberdeen is third only to Edinburgh and Glasgow in terms of size. Shaped by its maritime location, granite foundations and offshore oil industry, today’s Aberdeen is a prosperous powerhouse, alive with arts and culture. Surrounded by the Cairngorms Mountains’ sepia-hues – and the North Sea’s windswept coastline - Aberdeen was forged by the granite quarried from its earth. Local stone is everywhere from the Houses of Parliament to Waterloo Bridge – but arguably the finest examples of the material’s beauty are in the city itself. The barnacled spikes of Marischal College - the world's second largest granite building – and the grand turreted masonry of the Town House leave a lasting impression.
Day 6: Lerwick (Shetland Islands), UK
Founded by Dutch fishermen in the 17th century, Lerwick today is a busy town and administrative center. Handsome stone buildings—known as lodberries—line the harbor; they provided loading bays for goods, some of them illegal. The town's twisting flagstone lanes and harbor once heaved with activity, and Lerwick is still an active port today. This is also where most visitors to Shetland dock, spilling out of cruise ships, allowing passengers to walk around the town.
Day 7: Flam/Gudvangen, Norway
Flam is a tiny village on the banks of Aurlandsfjord, and is set in beautiful surroundings. Visit the local church, one of the oldest in Norway, and enjoy the traditionally decorated walls. Cruise through the Naeroyfjord, a narrow but spectacular fjord surrounded by steep valleys and snow-covered peaks; Naeroyfjord has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2005. Along the way you'll see Gudvangen, an old Viking village, which will take your breath away with its dramatic and stunning scenery. On an arm of Sognefjord, Gudvangen is at the foot of steep cliffs soaring 5,500 feet above the water's surface and plunging deep to form one of the region's deepest fjord basins. Snow-capped mountains, green cliffs, and veils of tumbling waterfalls characterize the vertical landscape on the approach to Gudvangen. The fjord is so narrow in places that during winter the sun can't reach the valley floor. Mystical Gudvangen is the site of white caves and medieval stave churches. Standing sentinel over the ornate entrances to the venerable wooden sanctuaries are visages of fierce trolls and dragons, carved by long-dead Viking craftsman from the region. Cruise passengers are brought ashore by tender at one of two small piers, which are both in the center of town.
Day 8: Nordfjordeid, Norway
Located at the end of the Eidsfjorden, an arm off of the main Nordfjorden, you'll find Nordfjordeid. Only 30 nautic miles in sailing distance from the coast, it's a fabulous starting point for round trips to some of Norway's most popular sights. Briksdal Glacier and fascinating overland excursions to Geiranger are just some of the exciting opportunities here. Experience a contrasting landscape of mountain and ocean to reach Selja Monastery, hike to discover the pretty coastal scenery of the village of Selje, and transfer from the Viking age to modern times at Gloppen Hotell. Hop on the spectacular attraction Loen Skylift to admire high-up panoramic views of the fjords landscape that will stay with you forever.
Day 9: Bergen, Norway
The charming port city of Bergen is framed by seven hills on Norway's south-west shore. Bergen’s bustling waterfront and narrow streets of colourful half-timbered houses combine with a proud musical and maritime heritage. Ride the funicular railway up Mount Floyen for city views. Visit Troldhaugen Museum to see Edvard Grieg's musical heritage comes to life, or explore the artwork on display at KODE. The 900-year old Bryggen, a wharf that features museums and pubs, guides you through the city's sea-faring past, while locally-caught seafood can be found at Bergen Fish Market. Discover family fun at Bergen Science Centre and Bergen Aquarium, or explore the city's sights on a Segway tour.
Day 11: Oslo, Norway
Oslo, the capital of Norway, sits on the country’s southern coast and is known for its spectacular snow-capped mountains and rolling green hills. Take a stroll around the modern city and be mesmerised by the eclectic mix of ancient castles and dazzling lakes. Journey back in time at the Viking House Museum or revel in the enchanted atmosphere at the magic Ice Bar Oslo. Stop by the Vigeland Sculpture Park and become fascinated with the ‘wonder-world’ of stone, iron and bronze human figures.
Day 12: Helsingor/Copenhagen, Denmark
There’s nothing rotten about this charming Danish city, which is written deep into the pages of literature as the setting for one of Shakespeare’s great tragedies - Hamlet. Dominated by the elegant form of Kronborg Castle, which you might know better by the name Elsinore, Helsignor sits watching out over the narrow Øresund Strait towards Sweden. The city retains a captivating medieval air, where quaint half-timbered, flower-draped houses clamour together attractively in the old town. Bold, modern architecture adds a contemporary edge, while scattered artworks like the metallic Han statue add a wink to the storybook charm of this literary city. Festivals celebrate the creative legacy, with emotive retellings echoing around the waterfront castle’s spires all-year-round. Learn of the castle’s history, which was built to tax vessels passing through the tapering strait, as it narrows between the coasts of Denmark and Sweden.
Day 13: Copenhagen to UK
Disembark in Copenhagen and transfer to the airport for your flight back to the UK