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Silver Muse Review

5.0 / 5.0
Editor Rating
229 reviews
11 Awards

Superb Addition; Truly Five Star

Review for Silver Muse to the Mediterranean
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10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: May 2017
Cabin: Deluxe Verandah Suite
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Pool Deck (Large Pool Good for Swimming), Silver Muse.
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Silver Muse Silversea Luxury Cruise - May 2017

Launched in April 2017 the newly built  Silver Muse Silversea Luxury Cruise ship.

Silver Muse Silversea Luxury Cruise. Accommodating up to 596 passengers and 411 crew in the cruising world this is definitely classed as a small ship. The Silver Muse exterior design is in line with the rest of the Silversea fleet with its gleaming white structure and distinctive logo on the funnel.

Cabin Review

Deluxe Verandah Suite

Cabin DV

They have three types of Veranda Suite the only difference is the location on the ship. If you’re a good sailor & don't mind walking the the entry level suites (Classic) are good & better value for an identical product. If you want to be near the elevator, mid-ship or higher up then this will make the suite cost slight higher.

Large, bright with a modern fresh design and colour scheme throughout. Rooms have several areas with entrance corridor leading immediately to a good sized bathroom.

With toilet, bath and separate walk-in shower and one large sink. Lots of storage space is available below the sink unit and in the shelving units to the upper left and right side above the sink. (The only thing I cannot understand, they had plenty of room to install two sinks which, when traveling as a couple makes a huge difference). Towels are replaced twice daily and you have the choice of Bulgari and Ferragamo products.

After the bathroom is a walk-in wardrobe, not large enough to call a dressing room but provides plenty of hanging, draw and shoe space. The safe is also in this area which is an excellent size, easy to operate and the little light inside is very handy.

The bedroom area is next which was set up as a large king size, lovely soft white cotton sheets and plenty of pillows make for a very comfortable nights sleep. Bedside tables with lamp, telephone and clock/alarm, the bedroom TV is set in to the mirror.

Next, the lounge area with large sofa and chair together with a good size table. A long fitted unit with a further chair and plenty of surface space plus a selection of large draws for storage. They have not fitted upper cupboards which I think has made the room feel larger. The TV is fitted in the mirror. The main issue here is that on a sunny day/evening you cannot see the picture also, the noise of next doors TV can be heard so if there was someone hard of hearing next door it may be a problem.

The balcony is very spacious with two chairs with a foot stool each, very comfortable.

Butler service is standard on Silversea, they provide your in-room drinks, water and other products. Also, making sure you have restaurant reservation,  basically anything else you may need during the voyage.

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