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Silver Muse Officially Christened in Monaco

The atmosphere was electric as guests mingled with members of the press as well as trade and industry representatives. In a night of Monegasque celebrations, the true star was of course, Silver Muse.

The auspicious ceremony marks the beginning of a new era for Silversea and truly raises the bar in ultra-luxury cruising.

It was the event that we have all been waiting for and — apart from a little rain that did not stop play — it was everything we dreamed of. In a ceremony that saw HRH Prince Albert of Monaco II, the Sinfonietta Orchestra of Rome, as well as the renowned Violinist Charlie Siem, Silver Muse was officially christened by Miss Costanza Lefebvre, Chairman Manfredi Lefebvre’s daughter.

In addition, Silver Muse will offer more restaurants than any other ultra-luxury ship – eight venues – offering the finest and widest bespoke culinary experience at sea.

At 40,700 gross tons and the capacity to accommodate 596 passengers on board, Silver Muse represents an evolution of Silver Spirit, delivered in 2009 by Fincantieri in Ancona, and redefines the ultra-luxury ocean travel experience, while maintaining the small-ship intimacy and spacious all-suite accommodations which are hallmarks of the Silversea experience.

The new build expands Silversea’s fleet to nine ships. Silver Muse will offer guests the highest number of large suites (Silver, Royal, Grand and Owner’s) in the fleet, and the greatest number of connecting suites for families and friends. Silver Muse offers a welcoming blend of spaciousness, luxury, and comfort, where guests can feel immediately at home.

For more info on Silver Muse please contact melvyny@silversea.com or visit www.silversea.com.

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