Silversea Cruises is offering a peek at what’s to come when its newest ship, the Silver Nova, debuts this August. The 728-guest ship’s public spaces have been unveiled, including 10 bars and lounges, eight restaurants, and an array of additional venues.
According to the cruise line, guests will benefit from an asymmetrical design, as well as a horizontal layout, which will heighten the ship’s sense of spaciousness and provide a natural flow between venues on entire decks.
“In addition to her pioneering sustainability credentials, Silver Nova will unlock a new luxury experience for our guests, offering an industry-leading variety of bars, lounges, and restaurants with an entirely new design approach for Silversea,” said Barbara Muckermann, president and CEO, Silversea Cruises, in a press release statement. “Silver Nova represents a milestone in our strategy to build the perfect ship for every itinerary, with her array of venues enhancing the guest experience to a new level. Pushing boundaries in ultra-luxury travel, she will enrich the social aspect of cruising to unprecedented levels, fostering the strong sense of community that is core to life on board each Silversea ship. Her openness to the destinations she visits will offer guests a new way of connecting with the world.”
Silver Nova will introduce all-new public areas—positioned mainly on decks three, four and five, as well as outside on deck 10. These include the Dolce Vita Lounge, with enrichment activities during the day and transforming into a piano bar come nighttime; the 2-storied Venetian Lounge, hosting live theatrical and musical performances, film screenings, and events of an evening, as well as informative lectures and seminars during the daytime; the evening-only bar Shelter, brand-new for Silversea; the Connoisseur’s Corner, offering guests a selection of premium cigars and liquors; the Observation Lounge, offering guests panoramic, 270-degree views over the destination from deck 10; the Panorama Lounge, a peaceful lounge by day and a lively bar by night; the S.A.L.T. Bar, which will be more spacious than ever and enjoy a premium position aboard Silver Nova when compared to Silversea’s previous class of ships, relocated to deck 10; the S.A.L.T. Lab, also relocated to deck 10 for a prime view on the destination and with a new outdoor area; and the Otium Spa, positioned towards Silver Nova’s bow on deck five with a larger thermal area.
Guests will have access to eight signature restaurants: Decks three, four and five will accommodate Silver Nova’s indoor restaurants—La Terrazza, Atlantide, S.A.L.T. Kitchen, La Dame, Silver Note, and Kaiseki—while the Marquee on deck 10 will house her two outdoor dining options, Spaccanapoli and the Grill.
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In addition to eight restaurants, Silver Nova will welcome up to 70 guests in the vibrant Arts Cafe. Silver Nova’s additional public spaces will include a 3-storied atrium, casino, and 2-storied boutique, as well as two outdoor bars, the Pool Bar and the Dusk Bar, which will host guests on deck 10.
Silver Nova will accommodate guests in 364 spacious suites across 13 categories—the most suite categories in Silversea’s history—including a new generation of premium suites on the ship’s aft.
For more information, visit silversea.com/ships/silver-nova.html.