This being our fifth silver sea cruise, we can say without a doubt that.Silver sea cruises are not the high-quality they used to beIn terms of the quality of the ship, the staff and the food. We will not be taking any more Silversea cruises and will instead move to Seaborn and Crystal yachts. We were so excited to see the cherry blossom‘s bloom in Japan and nature complied and then some. The ports at which we stopped were interesting but the crew new little or nothing about them and the local guides used were very difficult to understand. The food was about what you would get on a lower end Princess or Royal Caribbean type ship. It is no longer fine dining. The wine selection was very poor, even the premium for purchase wines. The quality of the meats were terrible as was the fish. Almost everything on board was frozen. It is a far cry from the Crystal ship and the Seaborn cruises which are top notch. Many of the other guests we met on board felt exactly the same way and none of us booked another cruise with Silversea like we would normally have done in the past.Given the prices for a Silversea cruises are about the same as Crystal and Seaborn, we see no reason to sale any longer with silver see because they seem to have lower their standards and perhaps far looking for a different clientele rather than the luxury customer.Frankly, we all felt taken advantage of because this particular cruise is only available once a year and we paid dearly for it without getting quality service, accommodations or food. The toilets on the ship didn’t flush most of the time and there was little or no outdoor space. The cleanliness of the rooms was also poor. The rooms were very very tiny as were the showers. This is not a ship or cruise line I recommend any longer.
Not cleaned or well stocked. We had to have a toilet fixed nine times because it didn’t flush properly. The rooms were so tiny it was uncomfortable, particularly because there was little or no other space on the ship. The ceilings are very very low.