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Silversea Cruise Ships

April 1, 2011 by

Most luxury brands began in Europe, and even today Italy is universally acknowledged as the world-center of style, design, and that intangible allure called la dolce vita. There are the world’s leading fashion designers from Armani to Ferragamo, the temptations of la cucina Italiana, the Chiantis and Brunellos of Tuscany. And in the ultra-luxury travel market — there’s the polished perfection of Silversea.

Onboard, the style is inspired by the golden age of cruising. Decorative Art Deco design elements lend a sophisticated 1930s ambiance to this luxury cruise line. From the ceiling lights in Le Champagne and the sky-lit main staircase, to the innovative Stars Supper Club aboard Silver Spirit, Silversea guests sail the world surrounded by a provocative blend of modern elegance and timeless glamor — the sensations of history’s most romantic travel era.

While most cruise ships keep getting bigger and bigger, there is something uniquely satisfying about Silversea’s smaller ships. The intimacy. The close-knit companionship. The exhilaration of exploring private, seldom seen harbors where true adventure lies. That is why Silversea Cruises continues to sail against the trends with intimate ships that offer not only a richly abundant and highly personalized onboard experience, but also a meaningful and life-enriching travel experience for their guests.
Along with landmark destinations, the Silversea cruise ships call at smaller harbors inaccessible to larger ships. And they can dock right in the heart of a city while mega-vessels must anchor off shore. Which means less tendering and more time for Silversea guests to go exploring.



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  1. My Husband and I are flying to England in June.Has anyone heard of Prompt Airport Cars? They offer cruise transfers from London to Dover, Harwich etc. They seem very good value and very helpful. Has anyone used them before? London Cruise Transfer


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