Silversea Cruises recently unveiled full details on all the public venues aboard its new ship, Silver Nova, boasting the largest array of bars, lounges and restaurants on any ultra-luxury cruise ship. The 728-guest Silver Nova will feature 10 bars and lounges, eight restaurants and additional public venues when she launches in 2023.
“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. “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.”
Public areas, positioned mainly on decks three, four and five and outside on deck 10, will include:
Dolce Vita Lounge
On deck five, with capacity for 120 guests, and open early in the morning until late in the evening, Dolce Vita Lounge is elegant by day for drinks and enrichment activities before transforming into a piano bar at night.
On decks four and five, Venetian Lounge will host theatrical and musical performances, flim screenings and more.
New for Silversea, the evening-only bar will seat just 32 guests.
The Connoisseur’s Corner
Find premium cigars and liquors on deck five, boasting capacity for 35.
Other venues include The Observation Lounge, The Panorama Lounge, S.A.L.T Bar, S.A.L.T Lab and Otium Spa, alongside eight signature restaurants.
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