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 Zagara Beauty Spa, 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. 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 an 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! Reserve your table in the intimate Le Champagne 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. 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. Venetian 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. Panorama Lounge stays open late for live music and dancing. There's also a casino with slot machines, roulette and blackjack.
Day 1: Fly UK – Venice
Fly from your selected UK airport to Barcelona and be transferred to the port where you will embark on board Silver Spirit for your eleven night cruise.
Day 2: Trieste, Italy
Trieste sits on Italy's north-eastern coastline, almost entirely surrounded by neighbouring Slovenia. The city is filled with cobbled, cafe-lined piazzas and Baroque-style churches, and has a charming old town filled with pastel-coloured buildings. Explore the palaces in Piazza Unità d'Italia before strolling along the nearby Canale Grande. Ride the Opicina tramway around the scenic Carso plateau or spend a morning soaking up the sunshine at the seaside neighbourhood of Barcola. Drive up to Miramare Castle and get up close to local marine and animal life at Miramare Nature Reserve.
Day 3: Rovinj, Croatia
One of the true jewels of the Mediterranean, Rovinj is a jaw-droppingly beautiful town, which juts out into sparkling Mediterranean. Dominated by the pencil-like bell tower of the Venetian Saint Euphemia Cathedral, pine tree forests flow to the borders of the quaint Old Town - which evokes the romantic, tangled backstreets of the Venice. Rovinj - or Rovino in Italian - is a city of split personalities, with two official languages - having been owned by the Kingdom of Italy between 1919 and 1947.
Day 4: Zadar, Croatia
Today you explore Croatia's Zadar — found on the Dalmatian Coast lining the Adriatic Sea. Zadar has a beautiful old town district filled with Roman ruins and century-old churches, including the 12th-century St. Anastasia's Cathedral and the Byzantine-style Donatus Church. Visit the Museum of Ancient Glass and the Roman Forum, before enjoying a cold beer or a coffee from a cafe at the lively People's Square. This historic port also features a selection of modern landmarks including Sun Salutation — an enchanting light show that plays from sunset to sunrise — and Sea Organ, which is a system of pipes and whistles found underwater that play music as the sea pushes air through it.
Day 5: Hvar, Croatia
The Croatian island of Hvar is best known for its natural beauty, scenic marina, and age-old monuments. The rich culture includes historic gothic palaces and the 13th-century walls that frame the squares. Visit the Spanish Fortress to see Hvar from above; the spectacular views of terracotta rooftops and turquoise waters will take your breath away. Wander St Stephen's Square and enjoy a coffee in one of the street cafes as you gaze upon Hvar Cathedral. Step inside the 15th-century Franciscan Monastery to feast your eyes upon the striking Last Supper painting. Hvar has a reputation as Croatia's premier party town with a wide choice of clubs, bars and restaurants, which offer daytime drinks as well as evening parties. For adventure, snorkelling is offered off-shore and island-hopping boat trips run daily.
Day 6: Dubrovnik, Croatia
The Croatian city of Dubrovnik sits on the country's southern coast on the Adriatic Sea. Explore the city centre — an UNESCO World Heritage site — with its 17th-century Cathedral of the Assumption and Rector's Palace, before walking around the ancient city walls. Admire the views as you ride the cable car to Mt Srd or visit one of the city's museums. Relax in the sunshine on Banje Beach; enjoy a boat trip to the nearby islands of Lokrum and Elafati; and view the city from the water on a kayaking trip or take a snorkelling tour.
Day 7: Corfu, Greece
The island of Corfu sits off the north coast of Greece in the Ionian Sea. Surrounded by rugged mountains and lined with golden beach resorts, it's a cosmopolitan island with a strong, traditional character. Corfu has long been a hugely popular holiday destination due to its laid-back atmosphere, fun beaches, fantastic climate, and welcoming villages. Its old town is filled with Byzantine churches, Venetian fortresses and French-style houses. Spend time relaxing on the sand or enjoying water sports in the sea, before sampling the island's delicious cuisine — often a tasty blend of Greek and Italian — at a beachfront restaurant. The waterfront is lined with bars and cafes, and there are plenty of craft markets for buying souvenirs.
Day 9: Split, Croatia
Split, on Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, is the country's second-largest city. It's popular for its golden beaches and bustling centre — which was built around the fourth-century Diocletian's Palace. Today, the palace remains a central part of Split's heritage after its transformation into a variety of houses, flats, churches, and chapels. Stroll through the centre to admire the towering Cathedral of Saint Domnius with its 13th-century oak doors that tell the story of Christ. The Riva waterfront promenade runs the length of the old town and is the perfect place to stop for lunch. See cascading waterfalls at Krka National Park or relax and snorkel on the beach of Brac Island before departing.
Day 10: Ravenna, Italy
Explore the town of Ravenna on foot, and you’ll be captivated by the heavenly mix of traditional shops and corner cafes, pretty pedestrianised streets and peaceful squares. But for a more celestial experience, head inside Ravenna’s 1,500-year-old basilicas and mausoleums to admire the exceptional byzantine mosaics glittering overhead and beneath your feet. Like hidden treasure twinkling gold and sapphire, the tiled domes and floors reflect the historical, political and religious events in Ravenna - from the seat of the Western Roman Empire in 402 AD, through to the fifth and sixth centuries. Shimmering between the precious marble and stuccos, you’ll be struck by the sheer craftsmanship and time required to complete such ambitious patterns and scenes. The author Dante, who spent his last years in Ravenna, once described this clever artwork as a ‘symphony of colour’. Visit his resting place less than a kilometre from the Basilica, before strolling to Piazza del Popolo for a freshly-brewed espresso
Day 11: Venice, Italy
Explore beautiful Venice on Italy's north-east coast. This city built on water is a popular tourist destination due to its gondola rides, delicious cuisine and stunning Gothic architecture. A maze of winding canals, you can sail up the Grand Canal to visit the stunning Palazzo Ducale and Basilica di San Marco. See works of arts from Bellini and Titian at Gallerie dell Accademia, then head to Scuola Grande di San Rocco to see the intricate and captivating way Tintoretto depicts Old and New Testament scenes. Many canal-side bars host live music that you can enjoy as you dine on fresh seafood dishes and prosecco. Make sure to try Venetian cicheti — similar to tapas — which include dishes such as soft salami and smoked swordfish.
Day 12: Fly Venice - UK
Disembark in Venice and transfer to the airport for your flight home.