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WATCH: Silversea reveals Silver Moon’s flash interior

Silversea has revealed a first glimpse of the interior of its luxe new ship, Silver Moon.

The cruise line took delivery of the new build on 30 October marking the ninth ship in its fleet.

To celebrate, Silversea has put together a virtual tour of the ship, hosted by Barbara Muckermann, Silversea’s chief marketing officer that shows off Silver Moon’s new S.A.L.T. venues, public spaces, restaurants, and suites.

So sit back, relax and enjoy the tour!

Introduction 

Stood before Silver Moon, Muckermann began with introducing the ship’s key features and welcomes viewers to Fincantieri’s shipyard in Ancona. At 40,700 gross registered tonnage and 212.8 metres in length, and with many pioneering features that discern the ship from sister ship Silver Muse, Silver Moon aims to epitomise 21st-century luxury travel.

S.A.L.T. venues

The line’s new foodie program S.A.L.T (Sea and Land Taste) is debuting on Silver Moon, featuring a range of destination-focused gastronomic experiences—both on-board and ashore.

As part of the S.A.L.T. program, three new venues will form a hub of culinary discovery on Deck 4: S.A.L.T. Kitchen will offer a menu that changes with the destination and a regionally-inspired wine list; S.A.L.T. Lab is a test kitchen that will enable guests to learn about local ingredients through workshops, tastings, and demonstrations; and S.A.L.T. Bar will allow guests to sample the most authentic flavours of the destination through a large selection of regional wines, spirits, and other drinks.

Public spaces 

Silver Moon takes influence from the design of her sister ship, Silver Muse, with small-ship intimacy and spacious all-suite accommodations.

A number of public spaces have been reimagined for the enjoyment of guests. The Dolce Vita lounge, the Connoisseur’s Corner, the Pool Deck, and the Spa and Fitness Centre have each undergone comprehensive redesigns for the benefit of guests’ comfort and enjoyment.

Suites

Silver Moon accommodates 596 guests in 298 suites, 96 per cent of which include a balcony. Silver Moon’s spacious suites benefit from one of the highest space-to-guest ratios of any luxury cruise accommodation.

Guests in every suite will enjoy the service of a butler, as well as an in-suite bar, stocked with preferred beverages; in-suite dining, available 24 hours per day; and various other luxurious amenities.

Restaurants 

Silver Moon features eight restaurants. On Deck 4, restaurants Atlantide and Kaiseki have each undergone redesigns compared with Silver Muse. Aboard Silver Moon, Atlantide has been enlarged to accommodate up to 220 guests, while Kaiseki takes inspiration from the best Asian restaurants in the world.

Serving French cuisine, Silversea’s signature restaurant, La Dame, will also get a new design aboard Silver Moon, enlarged to accommodate 56 guests. Positioned on Deck 8, from which guests can enjoy far-reaching views out to sea, La Dame also offers guests the opportunity to dine under the stars.

Silversea’s guests will also enjoy fine cuisine in La Terrazza, Silver Note, The Grill, Spaccanapoli, and S.A.L.T. Kitchen.



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