The ship is gorgeous, the staff is supreme, the food is wonderful.
Our only criticism is regarding activities and entertainment.
The highlight of every afternoon was Bingo and team Trivia. Not our idea of exciting and unique entertainment.
There was also only a limited amount of board games on the ship.
Throughout the 16 day cruise, food service was very slow, but the food quality was superior, as was the staff. The issues seemed to always be in the kitchen. One night, in the level 4 dining room, it took over 3.5 hours to complete dinner. We gave up on the idea of dessert.
The head chef was very kind and seemed quite good at her job. I did go on a tour of the galley.
I will give the benefit of the doubt. It’s a newer ship and there is a learning curve. They need to figure out how to shift focus on specific restaurants when business has higher than normal traffic.
With all this said, we generally had a very good experience and plan to continue to use Silversea.
Comfortable and clean.
It’s not as spacious as the cruise line boasts, but it is comfortable.
The room is well appointed and the staff keeps the room crisp and clean. I was quite satisfied.
The Titanic museum is like a Disney museum; completely dumbed down and commercialized for the general public. It was appalling.View All 20 Titanic Memorial Reviews