"After three calls with Maria I booked back in Feb 2021 for a June 2022 departure and was offered a special deal that was due to expire at the end of Feb 2021.They wouldn’t book a taxi for us and suggested there would be no taxis at the dock in any case so gave us the options of sorting something out for ourselves or travel on the coach to the airport with other guests who had flown with Silverseas...."Read More
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Would not cruise with them again. Food mediocre especially buffet lunch and two of the restaurants charged $60 and another $40 per person in the evening. Champagne served was Axel Yaz !!
On the third day was informed they had run out of Axel Yaz and they were trying to push Prosecco. It was an expensive cruise but in our opinion not worth the money. The suites were okay but nothing special. ...
We chose Silversea on this occasion for the itinerary, although we have cruised with them before and know that their standard is our standard.
The cruise was superb from start to finish. Although the ship is a little bit tired decor-wise, it did not detract from our enjoyment at all.
The food was of a uniformly high standard. We mostly ate in the main restaurant as the choice is excellent ...
We've sailed on various different cruise lines, some good - Cunard; some average - Celebrity and Fred Olsen; some frankly disappointing - NCL ; but our first taste of Silverseas was way above anything we'd previously experienced. Obviously, Silverseas is more expensive then most, though this does reflect that most of those pesky extras - drinks, specialist meals, excursions, tips - that drive up ...
This is not our first time on Silversea. As a matter of fact we have over 100 days. My last 2 cruises I have seen a steady decline in EVERYTHING. I think the writing is on the wall with Silversea.
For starters the food.
They CLAIM they have fine ding, excellent food and offer a gastronomic experience. The gas part is the only true part of that statement. At times, the food is ...
This cruise was attractive as it went through the Middle East from Mumbai and we had already traveled twice with SilverSeas prior the sale to Royal Caribbean.Both trips were excellent with Italian class.
On this trip the cabins are fine and the staff just excellent….but..
Many on board agreed the food had gone backwards in quality ,was tasteless and most of the wine offerings were very ...
Just came back from a 2 months cruise in Asia on the Spirit. Everything beat our expectation from day one to the very end at Mumbai.
Embarkation at Singapore was smooth and easy.
Food is amazing. Caviar, lobster, rack of lamb, etc, available every day.
Regular wines are very good. Great Champagne. A la carte wine list are to die for.
Service is friendly and professional. Great Maitre ...
First time on Silversea, having sailed on Crystal previously.
Loved it from start to finish. Extremely clean and pretty ship with fresh flowers simply everywhere.Excellent cruise Director and wonderful crew and cruisers.Entertainment good, food excellent, room service very good,excursions usually good.
The caviar--at any time and any where.
Gentlemen hosts --made the ...
This was our first Silversea cruise and 19th cruise overall. We sailed on 10 different lines, including Crystal, Oceania, Azamara and more.
Overall, it was a great cruise, but I must say I expected more from a "6 star line with intuitive service". The service was good to very good overall, but we didn't feel that they "learn our preference and anticipate our needs".
Embarkation: very smooth ...
Yikes, Silver Seas is a massive disappointment. I have sailed with Crystal, Oceania, Regent, and Seabourn and I was looking forward to Silver Seas but it was a big let down. There is nothing redeeming about the ship and I would strongly recommend any other line.
Three Big Issues:
1) World Cup- it was sold as a World Cup cruise. A few weeks before the cruise they send a notice to say Qatar ...
Firstly the ship was only two thirds full and we were on board for 28 days. If you paid half of what they asked it would be still expensive and not value.
The Seishin restaurant is supposed to be Japanese themed with a surcharge of US$40 per head. The Wagyu beef which is supposed to be marbled was not and the Miso soup was like beef broth. Any resemblance to Japanese was coincidental.