Silversea's expertise is in ultra-luxury cruising, which is exactly what you’ll experience on Silver Spirit. The then 540-guest ship was the line’s largest when it launched in 2009, but it has since been surpassed by its newer Muse- and Nova-class siblings. Still, Silver Spirit is much smaller than most ocean ships, and its intimate ambiance, combined with Silversea’s stellar service and exceptional cuisine, creates a sense of grandeur.
All cabins have marble bathrooms with spacious showers (top suites also have deep soaking tubs), continuously refreshed minibars, and soft sheets and duvets. White-gloved butlers are at your service, and elegant eateries include the jazz-themed supper-club-style venue Silver Note. A 2018 refurbishment lengthened the ship by 49 feet and added extra suites that upped the guest capacity from its original 540 to 608. The refit also enlarged the pool deck, renovated La Terrazza, and added restaurants Spaccanapoli, Atlantide, and Indochine, all of which had been introduced in 2017 on Silver Muse.