We booked this cruise specifically to experience the fjords of Chile and to see the Avenue of the Glaciers. We had been on the maiden voyage of the Muse in April 2017 and enjoyed it, so we were happy to be on the ship again. The Silversea team recognized the dining issues that the Muse had in launching and corrected them in a very good way. We liked the dress code which is now done by evening instead of location.
Our cabin had no issues, 814. The service was top notch and while we are light users of the butler service, Abraham could not do enough for us. Several times a day the suite was refreshed -it was always perfect.
We found the entertainment a bit light but did not always attend the shows.
Of all the restaurants on board, we found the service and quality to be best at Atlantide. And therefore it was difficult to get in if you did not go early, which was not our first choice in timing for dinner. Indochine was much better than the April cruise and we went here often. La Terrazza was consistent but we always seemed to get seated in the back room, which we did not enjoy. I think Kaiseki is just OK and not worth the extra charge.
This trip had quite a number of days at sea and we were blessed with excellent weather. This was quite extraordinary according to the Captain.
All is all, an excellent experience and we booked another cruise in Asia!
In all aspects, it was terrific. On our previous trip we were in a Silver Suite and thought we would miss it, we did not.