After two delightful days in Montreal we boarded Silver Whisper for our 10 day Canada and New England cruise. This was our seventh cruise on Silversea and it will most certainly not be our last.
The Whisper, we were told, is scheduled for some fairly major refurbishment later this year. While I am confident that will be a successful re-do I found very little about the ship in dire need of attention. The public spaces were very well maintained and our Silver Suite was immaculate. The wooded built ins would benefit from some sprucing up and there are not enough outlets for all the gadgets needing charging, but that's about all we could see needing much attention.
We had dinner twice in Le Champagne: excellent in both service and cuisine--three times in La Terrazza: the Duck Ragu captivates us--three times outside at The Grill: always fun--and twice in The Dining Room: good service and above average cuisine.
Lunch and Breakfast were generally at the La Terrazza buffet and both were very good. A couple of lunches outside at the pool were also good, although I wish for a little more variety on the menu. The ability to reserve dinner reservations on line is a real improvement.
The Voices of Silversea were not exceptional and we did not attend many of their performances, but we do not cruise on Silversea for the entertainers.
Of course, without question, the best part of Silversea cruising is the staff. We were called by name so early and often it was amazing. And every face is a smiling one. I give them a 10 in every regard for service.
We love the Silver Suites!
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Just walked through the little town.
Nice little walk-able port town.
A lovely harbor town for strolling.
Spent tow days prior to our cruise in this lovely city.
Love Boston, but the pouring rain kept us comfortably on the ship.
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