The themes and names of the Silversea Cruises will be added to its new fleet Silver Muse which will be delivered next year.
The new ship will feature 8 restaurants, many of which are new to the line. Silversea says this ship will have “more dining options than any other ultra-luxury cruise ship,” showcasing line’s commitment to great food onboard.
The four are La Dame, a French restaurant; Kabuki, a Japanese restaurant; the pan-Asian Indochine; and Silver Note, a jazz club that will serve tapas-style dishes.
La Dame’s menu will be created by Relais & Chateaux and feature locally sourced ingredients and wine pairings.
Previously announced dining venues include Atlantide, a European-style seafood grill that also serves steak; La Terrazza, buffet by day and Italian, Slow Food-inspired restaurant by night; Hot Rocks, an alfresco restaurant by the pool where passengers grill their own seafood and meats; and Regina Margherita, an outdoor, all-day pizzeria, also found near the pool.
The 596-passenger, all-suite Silver Muse will debut in Monaco next year as the largest ship in the Silversea fleet. Suites are available in all sizes – the smallest veranda suite is a roomy 387 square feet – and include one- and two-bedroom versions of Owner’s, Grand and Royal Suites.