This November Silversea’s all-suite, 388-guest Silver Shadow will undergo a major refurbishment, inspired by the design of the line’s ultra-luxury Silver Muse.
The upgrades are part of Project Invictus— a long-term plan to grow and enhance Silversea’s fleet.
Silver Shadow’s guest suites and corridors will undergo floor-to-ceiling renovations while the space currently occupied by the Lobby, Boutique and Casino will be redesigned as a new Atrium.
A social hub featuring an updated interactive guest reception area, the open-plan Atrium will feature boutiques and the Arts Café — a space where guests can relax amid “sophisticated artworks”.
The hugely popular La Dame restaurant will be refurbished and enlarged to accommodate 40 diners.
A luxurious lounge, offering fine cognacs and premium cigars known as the Connoisseur’s Corner will be moved to Deck 8 with the addition of a new outdoor smoking area.
A complete redesign of the ship’s ever-popular Casino will entail moving it to Deck 8, and placing it adjacent to the relocated Connoisseur’s Corner.
The top-to-bottom renovation of the Zagara Beauty Spa and the Fitness Centre will encompass new steam and sauna rooms, fully refurbished treatment rooms, new furniture and flooring and updated state-of-the-art fitness equipment.
Public spaces will be refreshed throughout the ship while the pool area will boast new outdoor furniture, refurbished teak flooring, a new canvas awning with inserted lighting, and new outdoor heaters.
Silver Shadow’s first voyage following the transformation is a seven-night itinerary, departing from Fort Lauderdale for San Juan on 3 December 2019.
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