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Current itinerary of Silver Shadow
Silver Shadow current cruise is 10 days, round-trip Reykjavik To Reykjavik. Prices start from USD 7900 (double occupancy rates). The itinerary starts on 30 Jul, 2021 and ends on 09 Aug, 2021.
|Date / Time||Port|
|30 Jul||Departing from Reykjavik, Iceland hotels|
|01 Aug 08:00 - 18:00||Grundarfjordur, Iceland|
|02 Aug 08:00 - 18:00||Isafjordur, Westfjords Iceland|
|03 Aug 08:00 - 23:00||Siglufjordur, Iceland|
|04 Aug 08:00 - 23:00||Akureyri, Iceland, Lake Myvatn|
|05 Aug 08:00 - 18:00||Husavik, Iceland|
|06 Aug 08:00 - 23:00||Seydisfjordur, Iceland|
|08 Aug 08:00 - 18:00||Heimaey Island, Iceland, Westman Islands|
|09 Aug 07:00||Arriving in Reykjavik, Iceland hotels|
Specifications of Silver Shadow
|Year built||2000 / Age: 21|
|Builder||T. Mariotti (Genoa, Italy)|
|Building cost||USD 150 million|
|Owner||Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCCL) & Lefebvre Family (Rome, Italy)|
|Speed||21 kn / 39 kph / 24 mph|
|Length (LOA)||186 m / 610 ft|
|Beam (width)||24 m / 79 ft|
|Gross Tonnage||28258 gt|
|Passengers||388 - 466|
|Decks with cabins||6|
|Christened by||Janet Burke|
Silver Shadow Itineraries
|Date||Itinerary||Departure Port||Price from|
|2021 Jul 30||10 days, round-trip Reykjavik To Reykjavik||Reykjavik||$7900|
|2021 Aug 09||10 days, round-trip Reykjavik To Reykjavik||Reykjavik||$7900|
|2021 Aug 19||10 days, round-trip Reykjavik To Reykjavik||Reykjavik||$7900|
|2021 Sep 08||12 days, one-way from Venice to Piraeus||Venice|
|2021 Sep 20||15 days, round-trip Athens Piraeus To Athens Piraeus||Piraeus||$14700|
|2021 Oct 05||10 days, one-way from Piraeus to Civitavecchia||Piraeus|
|2021 Oct 15||9 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Barcelona||Civitavecchia||$5800|
|2021 Oct 24||12 days, one-way from Barcelona to Lisbon||Barcelona||$7300|
|2021 Nov 05||10 days, one-way from Lisbon to Civitavecchia||Lisbon||$5900|
|2021 Nov 15||9 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Piraeus||Civitavecchia||$5300|
|2021 Nov 24||24 days, one-way from Piraeus to Mumbai||Piraeus||$9200|
|2021 Nov 24||10 days, one-way from Piraeus to Aqaba||Piraeus||$6700|
|2021 Dec 04||14 days, one-way from Aqaba to Mumbai||Aqaba||$3700|
|2021 Dec 18||17 days, one-way from Mumbai to Singapore||Mumbai||$7800|
|2021 Dec 18||12 days, one-way from Mumbai to Phuket||Mumbai||$5200|
|2022 Jan 04||15 days, one-way from Singapore to Cairns||Singapore||$6800|
|2022 Jan 19||15 days, one-way from Cairns to Sydney||Cairns||$7200|
|2022 Jan 19||13 days, one-way from Cairns to Melbourne||Cairns||$4070|
|2022 Feb 03||15 days, one-way from Sydney to Auckland||Sydney||$7920|
|2022 Feb 18||15 days, one-way from Auckland to Sydney||Auckland||$7840|
|2022 Feb 18||13 days, one-way from Auckland to Melbourne||Auckland||$4700|
|2022 Mar 05||30 days, round-trip Sydney To Sydney||Sydney||$14940|
|2022 Mar 05||15 days, one-way from Sydney to Auckland||Sydney||$10350|
|2022 Mar 20||15 days, one-way from Auckland to Sydney||Auckland||$8550|
|2022 Mar 20||13 days, one-way from Auckland to Melbourne||Auckland||$4700|
|2022 Apr 04||16 days, one-way from Sydney to Cairns||Sydney||$7520|
|2022 Apr 11||9 days, one-way from Melbourne to Cairns||Melbourne||$1640|
|2022 Apr 20||34 days, one-way from Cairns to Yokohama||Cairns||$11970|
|2022 Apr 20||16 days, one-way from Cairns to Singapore||Cairns||$7040|
|2022 Apr 20||13 days, one-way from Cairns to Benoa||Cairns||$5880|
|2022 May 06||18 days, one-way from Singapore to Yokohama||Singapore||$7440|
|2022 May 06||13 days, one-way from Singapore to Hong Kong||Singapore||$4800|
|2022 May 09||15 days, one-way from Laem Chabang to Yokohama||Laem Chabang||$4980|
|2022 May 19||5 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Yokohama||Hong Kong||$1650|
|2022 May 24||23 days, one-way from Yokohama to Vancouver||Yokohama||$12060|
|2022 May 24||16 days, one-way from Yokohama to Seward||Yokohama||$8460|
|2022 Jun 09||7 days, one-way from Seward to Vancouver||Seward||$4410|
|2022 Jun 16||7 days, one-way from Vancouver to Seward||Vancouver||$4140|
|2022 Jun 23||7 days, one-way from Seward to Vancouver||Seward||$4480|
|2022 Jun 30||7 days, one-way from Vancouver to Seward||Vancouver||$5040|
|2022 Jul 07||7 days, one-way from Seward to Vancouver||Seward||$5040|
|2022 Jul 14||7 days, one-way from Vancouver to Seward||Vancouver||$5040|
|2022 Jul 21||7 days, one-way from Seward to Vancouver||Seward||$5040|
|2022 Aug 04||7 days, one-way from Seward to Vancouver||Seward||$4770|
|2022 Aug 11||7 days, one-way from Vancouver to Seward||Vancouver||$4770|
|2022 Aug 18||7 days, one-way from Seward to Vancouver||Seward||$4770|
|2022 Sep 01||7 days, one-way from Seward to Vancouver||Seward||$4320|
|2022 Sep 08||29 days, one-way from Vancouver to Tokyo||Vancouver||$14580|
|2022 Sep 08||19 days, one-way from Vancouver to Tokyo||Vancouver||$8460|
|2022 Sep 27||10 days, round-trip Tokyo To Tokyo||Tokyo||$7110|
|2022 Oct 07||10 days, round-trip Tokyo To Tokyo||Tokyo||$7020|
|2022 Oct 17||10 days, one-way from Tokyo to Yokohama||Tokyo||$7020|
|2022 Oct 27||14 days, one-way from Yokohama to Hong Kong||Yokohama||$8910|
|2022 Oct 27||28 days, one-way from Yokohama to Singapore||Yokohama||$12870|
|2022 Oct 27||11 days, one-way from Yokohama to Shanghai||Yokohama||$5790|
|2022 Nov 10||14 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Singapore||Hong Kong||$7380|
|2022 Nov 10||11 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Laem Chabang||Hong Kong||$4440|
|2022 Dec 08||13 days, one-way from Singapore to Benoa||Singapore||$6480|
|2022 Dec 21||18 days, one-way from Benoa to Sydney||Benoa||$8640|
|2023 Jan 09||14 days, one-way from Sydney to Auckland||Sydney|
|2023 Jan 23||21 days, one-way from Auckland to Manila||Auckland|
|2023 Feb 13||18 days, one-way from Manila to Singapore||Manila|
|2023 Mar 03||18 days, one-way from Singapore to Mahe Island||Singapore|
|2023 Mar 21||23 days, one-way from Mahe Island to Cape Town||Mahe Island|
|2023 Apr 13||18 days, one-way from Cape Town to Dakar||Cape Town|
|2023 May 01||14 days, one-way from Dakar to Manaus||Dakar|
|2023 May 15||13 days, one-way from Manaus to Fort Lauderdale||Manaus|
|2023 May 28||15 days, one-way from Fort Lauderdale to Dublin||Fort Lauderdale||$5940|
|2023 Jun 12||10 days, one-way from Dublin to Southampton||Dublin||$6570|
|2024 Jan 15||21 days, one-way from San Francisco to Lautoka||San Francisco|
Silver Shadow Review
Review of Silver Shadow
History - construction and ownership
Silversea Cruises is a Monaco-based privately-owned cruise company and top-luxury travel brand. It was established in 1994 as joint venture of V-Ships Monaco (fka Vlasov Group) and Lefebvre Family of Rome Italy. In 2018, RCCL-Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd acquired 2/3rd of the company. Silversea now has a fleet of smaller-sized boutique cruise vessels with passenger capacity between 100-700. Company's business model is to operate yacht-like vessels in the industry's ultra-luxury-all-suite ship category. Silversea's all-inclusive fares include beverages (also selected wines), gratuities (none are allowed), travel insurance, port charges, one or more shore excursions (per voyage).
The 400-passenger ship Silver Shadow is a successor of Silver Cloud and Silver Wind. The difference between ms Silver Shadow and her two predecessors in the line’s fleet is only in size. Silversea Cruises reputation for quality, established with the first two ships, today is carried on. In configuration and shape Shadow, and her twin-sister Whisper, are simply bigger and newer versions of the first Silversea vessels. You may find a number of younger, in their mid-40’s passengers onboard Silver Shadow, but generally, guests are around their 60’s and over. Travellers on the Shadow ship are loyal to Silversea and well-heeled.
Decks and Cabins
Silver Shadow staterooms (194 total, in 12 grades) are all in Suite categories and include 4x connecting and 2x wheelchair-accessible cabins. The smallest accommodations are Vista Suites (290 ft2 / 27 m2), followed by the bigger Terrace Suites (290 ft2 / 27 m2 plus 80 ft2 / 8 m2 balcony), Veranda Suites (345 ft2 / 32 m2 plus 60 ft2 / 6 m2), Medallion Suites (520 ft2 / 49 m2 plus 80 ft2 / 8 m2), Silver Suites (650-700 ft2 / 61-65 m2 plus 110-125 ft2 / 10-12 m2), 1-Bedroom and 2-Bedroom Royal Suites (94-126 m2 plus 11-17 m2), 1-Bedroom and 2-Bedroom Grand Suites (101-133 m2 plus 11-17 m2) and 1-Bedroom and 2-Bedroom Owners Suites (85-117 m2 plus 20 m2 terrace). Almost all cabins (excepting the 26 Vista Suites) are with step-out balconies.
The boat has 10 decks, of which 8 are passenger-accessible and 6 with cabins.
All rooms provide walk-in closets, sitting area, dressing table with good lighting and hairdryer, double basin in Italian marble, separate shower and full bathtub, refrigerator with a bottle of wine, beer and soft drinks, satellite television (smart HDTV), VCR unit, electronic safe box. Bathroom amenities are offered by Bvlgari with Frette Italian linens. Beds are convertible. Flowers and fresh fruits are always on the table.
Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks
No matter where you choose to eat on Silver Shadow – in the main dining room (The Restaurant), Terrace Cafe, or in the intimate Le Champagne dinner room, the ship’s cuisine is of the highest quality. You will not be disappointed at the Bar, cigar club by Davidoff, wine and champagne bars. Silver Shadow gratuity is not required, neither expected as Silversea crew is paid above the industry average.
Follows the complete list of Silver Shadow restaurants and food bars.
- The Restaurant (open-seating dining room with top-quality gourmet cuisine; features the most the Mediterranean themed meals, and always available standard menu with daily specials; all three meals are waiter-served and a la carte)
- Le Champagne (20-seat French cuisine speciality restaurant; offers signature dishes by Relais Chateaux; dinner-only; reservations-only)
- La Terrazza (Terrace Cafe; complimentary buffet-style restaurant, offers both indoor seating and an alfresco terrace; wine is complimentary; there is also Afternoon Tea service; La Terrazza transforms each evening between 7:00 and 9:30 pm, into an Italian speciality restaurant, reservations-only, with a la carte menu)
- Pool Bar & Pool Grill (serve ship's pool deck area with fast food and drinks during the day; in the evening, the outdoor area becomes an al fresco dining venue with classic seafood and steakhouse choices, plus vegetarian and healthy selections)
- The Grill (offers gourmet dining under the stars with signature meals including lava-rocks grilled meat, seafood, Mediterranean vegetables, baked potatoes, salad of the day; wines are complimentary, except the premium ones from the Connoisseur’s Wine List; The Grill implements the line’s interactive dining concept “Black Rock Grill Experience”, which allows guests to cook their own meat and seafood).
Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport
Silver Shadow is not the ship to be considered fitness-oriented. Her passengers tend to be older and more sedentary than the ones on other ships in the market, but a number of opportunities to keep fit are available. Swimmers can use the outdoor saltwater pool, two whirlpools and two outdoor showers. There are also men’s and ladies’ steam rooms and saunas. Don’t forget the poolside grill and bar. The fitness centre is small but with interesting features – an example is the aqua swim pool, allowing passengers to swim against the tide, a great exercise for getting fit. Cycle and weight equipment are standard fare, and also effective for people who want to be in good shape. There is a small outdoor artificial turf jogging track nearby.
The Shadow’s Mandara Spa offers every imaginable treatment, from a simple manicure to Indian scalp massage. Some of the treatments’ names are most appealing and it takes two therapists in unison to work on different body parts, in order to provide “Ultimate Indulgence”. A face and scalp, hands and feet massage, is called “Heaven and Earth”, but one of the most exotic is named “Balinese Bliss for Two” which you have to enjoy with the one you love. Other onboard amenities include golf driving cage and shuffleboard court, a casino with casino bar, conference and card rooms, computer centre, library and Bulgari boutiques.
Additional amenities include Launderettes (3), Medical centre, complimentary 24-hour Room Service, Internet/WiFi Access.
Follows the complete list of Silver Shadow lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens and adults.
- The Casino (with slot machines and gaming tables; served by The Bar)
- Boutique shops (both offer duty-free shopping: luxury jewellery and watches, brand perfumes, fashion, designer handbags, photo/video accessories, Silversea logo merchandise, special occasion gifts, convenience goods)
- The Bar (lounge with ample comfortable seating; offers live music performances, large dance floor, complimentary cocktails)
- Athenian Show Lounge (356 seats, former Venetian Lounge - ship’s theatre for live music and show productions; the daily enrichment program offers trivia games, dance classes, language lessons, lectures, media presentations)
- Conference Room (hosts group meetings and conferences; it is adjacent to the Card Room and the Internet Cafe)
- The Swimming Pool (with saltwater; heated during cool-weather cruises; the sunbathing area has teak chaise loungers, 2 whirlpools and tennis tables)
- Connoisseur’s Corner (formerly known as Humidor - ship’s smoking lounge furnished with leather armchairs and selling brand cognacs, vintage wines, fine cigars)
- Panorama Lounge (served by its own bar; offers live music and dancing, Continental Breakfast and Afternoon Tea)
- Observation Lounge (with 270-degree panoramic views and a radar screen; serves early breakfast with coffee)
- The Library (with audio listening stations and on-demand movies)
- The Spa at Silversea (features treatment rooms, and spa therapies including body wraps, massages and facials; sauna and steam rooms)
- Beauty Salon (provides a full range of services: hairstyling, manicures, pedicures)
- Fitness Centre (offers a treadmill, stationary bike, weight machine, elliptical trainer)
- Power Walking/Jogging Track, Golf Cage, paddle tennis, golf putting green.
Silver Shadow itinerary program is based on exotic, “all-inclusive luxury” cruises in the regions of Alaska (with departures from Vancouver), Asia (from Hong Kong and Singapore), South America (Antarctica voyages from Chile and Argentina), Caribbean (out of Fort Lauderdale).
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Silversea Shadow ship has an identical "younger" sister - Silver Whisper (launched in 2001). The Shadow's godmother is Janet Burke (former Silversea Cruises' SVP of Marketing and Sales). She christened the vessel on September 14, 2000 (in Port Civitavecchia) by smashing a Salmanazar (9L bottle) of Moet & Chandon Champagne in the hull. The Maiden Voyage started on September 15, 2000 - Mediterranean itinerary between Civitavecchia-Rome and Lisbon.
Silversea ships Shadow and Whisper feature the best space-to-guest ratio in the world with a score of 74. This means they offer more space per guest than any other mass market or luxury cruise ship on the planet. Like the other Silversea vessels, Shadow and Whisper have very good guest-to-crew ratio - 1,3. All officers and crew members are European trained.
Silversea's "flight and cruise" package deals (by company's "Silver Sky" program) are inclusive of the luxury cruise fare, discount round-trip airfare (Economy Class) and airport-pier-airport transfers. Silversea's "hotel and cruise" package "Silver Shore Simply Hotel" offers overnight 5-star luxury hotel stays with the option of adding transfers or upgrades. The upgraded cruise and hotel package ("Silver Shore Grande Hotel") offers 1-3-nights landmark hotel stays (or at a boutique property) and is inclusive of private transfers (airport-hotel and hotel-pier).
China Merchants Group entered into an agreement to charter Silver Shadow for pan-Asian itineraries between January 29, 2017, and May 4, 2017. Silversea's Asian cruise itineraries will include days at sea and plenty of maiden ports of call, with access to innovative and iconic ports, old and new.
Silversea World Cruise 2024 "Far East-West"
The exclusive pre-sale for World Voyage 2024 ("Far East-West") opened on July 15, 2021. General public bookings opened on August 4th.
The 132-night/133-day itinerary features 65 destinations (40 new for a Silversea World Cruise) in 14 countries, and the impressive 23 overnight port stays. Planned for Silver Shadow, World Voyage 2024 is a roundtrip from San Francisco (CA USA) departing on January 15 and ending on May 26, 2024.
Featured destinations are Hawaii, Pacific Islands, Australia-New Zealand, Southeast Asia, China, Japan, Russia, Alaska, Canada. As smaller itinerary segments were offered:
- San Francisco to Lautoka Fiji
- Lautoka to Sydney NSW
- Sydney to Benoa (Bali Indonesia)
- Benoa to Hong Kong China
- Hong Kong to Tokyo
- Tokyo to Seward Alaska
- Seward to San Francisco
Fares for Silversea World Cruise 2024 ranged between USD 66,000-276,000 (EUR 55,920-233,850) per passenger with double occupancy.
Silversea World Cruise 2023 "South Side Story"
On February 10, 2021, Silversea presented (via a virtual premiere/pre-produced show production) "World Cruise 2023" themed as "South Side Story - All the World's A Stage". The production was hosted by Fernando Barroso de Oliveira (Silversea's Ambassador to the company's Venetian Society Loyalty Program) and participated by Roberto Martinoli (Silversea's President and CEO) and Barbara Muckermann (Silversea's Chief Marketing Officer).
The special media production was completed in 5 weeks (filmed over 1 week) and included 18 sets (selected from 3000+ options). The 26-min narrative comprised of scenes (displayed on a huge LED screen in the background) selected from 8+ hours recorded footage (video files ~800 TB/terabytes) themed on World Voyage 2023's destinations.
Silversea World Cruise 2023 on Silver Shadow departs from Sydney (NSW Australia) on January 9, 2023, and ends in Fort Lauderdale (Florida USA) on May 28, 2023. The 139-night itinerary visits a total of 66 ports/destinations (34 countries, 5 continents) including 40 new/maiden ports (not previously included in Silversea's previous World Voyages), 20 overnights (17 port cities), 10 custom events.
Next table shows the 139-night/140-day "South Side Story Cruise 2023" (January 9 through May 28) as call ports.
|DATE||PORTS||ARRIVAL TIME||DEPARTURE TIME|
|Jan 9-10||Sydney, NSW Australia (overnight)||Embark||6 PM|
|Jan 12-13||Hobart, Tasmania Australia (overnight)||1 PM||4 PM|
|Jan 16||Milford Sound, New Zealand||6:15 AM||5 PM|
|Jan 17||Port Chalmers-Dunedin, New Zealand||9 AM||7 PM|
|Jan 18||Akaroa, New Zealand||8 AM||5 PM|
|Jan 19||Picton, New Zealand||8 AM||10 PM|
|Jan 20||Wellington, New Zealand||8 AM||4:30 PM|
|Jan 21||Napier, New Zealand||8 AM||2 PM|
|Jan 22||Tauranga, New Zealand||9 AM||6 PM|
|Jan 23-24||Auckland, New Zealand (overnight)||7 AM||7 PM|
|Jan 25||Russell, Bay of Islands, New Zealand||8 AM||6 PM|
|Jan 28||Mystery Island, Vanuatu||7 AM||2 PM|
|Jan 29||Champagne Bay, Vanuatu||12 PM||9 PM|
|Feb 1||Alotau, Papua New Guinea||12 PM||7 PM|
|Feb 3||Rabaul, Papua New Guinea||8 AM||11 PM|
|Feb 5||Madang, Papua New Guinea||7 AM||3 PM|
|Feb 8||Koror, Palau||8 AM||1 PM|
|Feb 10||Tagbilaran-Bohol Island, Philippines||10:30 AM||6 PM|
|Feb 11||Kalanggaman Island, Philippines||8 AM||6 PM|
|Feb 12||Romblon Island, Philippines||8 AM||5 PM|
|Feb 13-14||Manila, Philippines (overnight)||7 AM||7 PM|
|Feb 16-17-18||Hong Kong, China (overnight)||12 PM||7 PM|
|Feb 20-21||Halong City, Vietnam (overnight)||8 AM||12:30 PM|
|Feb 22||Chan May-Da Nang, Vietnam||7 AM||7 PM|
|Feb 24-25||Saigon, Vietnam (overnight)||8 AM||1 PM|
|Feb 27-28||Laem Chabang-Bangkok, Thailand (overnight)||9 AM||6 PM|
|Mar 3-4||Singapore (overnight)||7 AM||1 PM|
|Mar 5||Georgetown, Penang Island, Malaysia||12:30 PM||6:30 PM|
|Mar 6||Phuket, Thailand||8 AM||6 PM|
|Mar 8-9-10||Yangon, Myanmar (overnight)||3:30 PM||4 PM|
|Mar 13-14||Trincomalee, Sri Lanka (overnight)||8 AM||1 PM|
|Mar 15||Galle, Sri Lanka||8 AM||6 PM|
|Mar 17||Hithadhoo, Addu Atoll/Gan Island, Maldives||8 AM||4 PM|
|Mar 20||Seychelles (La Digue Island and Praslin Island)||8 AM||11 PM|
|Mar 21-22||Victoria, Mahe Island, Seychelles (overnight)||7 AM||1 PM|
|Mar 25-26||Zanzibar, Tanzania (overnight)||8 AM||1 PM|
|Mar 28||Nosy Be Island, Madagascar||9 AM||6 PM|
|Mar 29||Antsiranana/Diego Suarez, Madagascar||7 AM||6 PM|
|Mar 31||Toamasina/Tamatave, Madagascar||8 AM||6 PM|
|Apr 2||Port Louis, Mauritius||8 AM||6 PM|
|Apr 3||Pointe des Galets, Reunion Island||8 AM||6 PM|
|Apr 5||Tolagnaro/Fort-Dauphin, Madagascar||8 AM||6 PM|
|Apr 8||Richards Bay, South Africa||8 AM||11 PM|
|Apr 9||Durban, South Africa||8 AM||6 PM|
|Apr 12-13-14||Cape Town, South Africa (overnight)||8 AM||4 PM|
|Apr 16-17||Walvis Bay, Namibia (overnight)||1 PM||6 PM|
|Apr 20||Luanda, Angola||8 AM||6 PM|
|Apr 24||Tema Harbour-Accra, Ghana||8 AM||6 PM|
|Apr 25||Takoradi, Ghana||8 AM||6 PM|
|Apr 26||Abidjan, Ivory Coast||8 AM||6 PM|
|Apr 30||Banjul, Gambia||8 AM||6 PM|
|May 1||Dakar, Senegal||7 AM||10 PM|
|May 3-4||Praia, Santiago Island, Cape Verde (overnight)||8 AM||6 PM|
|May 5||Mindelo, Sao Vicente Island, Cape Verde||8 AM||6 PM|
|May 11||Amazon River cruising||-||-|
|May 12||Santarem, Brazil||8 AM||7 PM|
|May 13||Boca da Valeria, Brazil||8 AM||6 PM|
|May 14-15||Manaus, Brazil (overnight)||1 PM||6 PM|
|May 16||Parintins, Brazil||12 PM||7 PM|
|May 17||Santarem, Brazil||8 AM||4 PM|
|May 18||Amazon River cruising||-||-|
|May 20||Ile Royale, Iles du Salut, French Guiana||7 AM||2 PM|
|May 22||Mayreau Island, Grenadines||8 AM||5 PM|
|May 23||St Johns, Antigua||12 PM||11:59 PM|
|May 24||Gustavia, Saint Barthelemy Island||8 AM||5 PM|
|May 25||San Juan, Puerto Rico||7 AM||1 PM|
|May 28||Fort Lauderdale, Florida||-||Disembark|
Prices started from ~USD 74000 (EUR 62300 / GBP 53400) per person with double occupancy, inclusive of Business-Class flights and OBC (onboard credit).
Silver Shadow refurbishment 2019 review
In 2019 (November 2 through December 2) the ship was drydocked in Port Valletta Malta (at Palumbo Malta Shipyard) for an extensive refurbishment. The USD 30 million drydocking project was part of Silversea's "Project Invictus" (fleet renovation program).
The works included general maintenance, upgrades to public areas, complete renovation of all staterooms. The Atrium Lobby (Deck 5 midship) was completely redesigned and Atrium Arts Cafe was added (replacing the old Lobby Bar). Connoisseur's Club (the old cigar lounge) was moved from Deck 7 to Deck 8 (aft-starboard, replacing the Library) with added an outdoor smoking-allowed terrace. The Casino was relocated from Deck 5 (midship-portside) to Deck 8 (aft-starboard, replacing the Internet Cafe) and its size was reduced. The Library was relocated from Deck 8 (aft-starboard) to Deck 10 forward (Observation Library Lounge). Internet Cafe (Deck 8 aft-portside) was integrated into the Observation Lounge (Deck 10).
The vessel was previously drydocked in 2017.
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