Silver Spirit deck 4 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Silver Spirit deck 4

  • Medical Center (on Deck 3) is the ship’s hospital operated by resident doctors and nurses on 24-hour duty. Payments are made by the boarding pass (treatments are equivalent to a private doctor’s visit). General health insurance policies do not apply, so buying cruise health insurance is recommended.
  • The Restaurant (capacity 456 seats) is the ship’s dining room restaurant with open-seating for Breakfast (7:30 9 am), Lunch (12 – 1:30 pm) and Dinner (7 – 9:30 pm). The gourmet cuisine is international, with signature evening dishes by Relais Chateaux (chain of individually owned luxury hotels, restaurants and resorts). Some of the dinner menu choices are influenced by the Silver Spirit itinerary (ports of call) and the destination. Wine is complimentary during all meals.
  • Le Champagne restaurant (starboard, capacity 24 seats) is a specialty French cuisine restaurant open for dinner (6-course menu at surcharge PP, reservations-only). It features a central-location wine cellar with premium wines (cost extra). Opening hours are between 7 and 9:30 pm.
  • Seishin restaurant (portside, capacity 24 seats) is the Asian cuisine specialty restaurant at surcharge (open 7 – 9:30 pm, reservations are required). Signature dishes are the sushi and sashimi prepared “live” on a chef’s station located in the middle. Dinner menus are two (each differently priced) – 4-course (featuring sashimi platter, spider crabs, tiger prawns) and 9-course (featuring grilled wagyu beef, king scallops carpaccio). Both menus are the same every night of the cruise, but change seasonally.
  • Cruise suites from 402 to 417, all of which are category VS-Vista Suites.