Silversea Cruises Details Dining on New Expedition Ship

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Silversea Cruises has revealed details on the variety of dining experience available aboard its newest expedition ship Silver Endeavour, which is set to welcome guests in Antarctica starting November 21st. Silver Endeavour was originally built for Crystal Cruises as Crystal Endeavor before that line went into insolvency.

Endeavour will feature four signature restaurants, as well as the Arts Café and 24-hour room service. The vessel includes some of the industry’s most spacious all-balcony suites, and has the highest space-to-guest ratio in expedition cruising.

The Restaurant

Set on deck four, The Restaurant is the ship’s main dining room. It welcomes up to 192 guests at once, featuring a modern, spacious design. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, The Restaurant offers a wide variety of international and regional menu options with a selection that rotates daily.

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The Restaurant (Photo courtesy of Silversea Cruises)

Il Terrazzino

Featuring a brand-new aesthetic on deck four, Il Terrazzino (meaning ‘little terrace’) is an homage to Silversea’s La Terrazza restaurant — marking a nod to Silversea’s Italian heritage. The restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine from an a la carte menu, hosting up to 36 guests at once in an upscale and intimate setting at dinnertime.

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Il Terrazzino (Photo courtesy of Silversea Cruises)

La Dame

Silversea’s signature French restaurant, La Dame, offers fine French fare in an intimate setting also on deck four. Guests can enjoy an a la carte menu or opt for a six-course tasting menu with a wine pairing. Open for dinner only, La Dame welcomes up to 20 guests by reservation only.

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The Grill

Offering 270 degree views from the ship’s aft on deck five, with a mezzanine on deck six, The Grill is Silver Endeavour‘s casual eatery. Located adjacent to the pool deck, The Grill features a menu of international dishes, welcoming up to 80 guests for breakfast and lunch, and up to 48 guests for dinner.

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The Grill (Photo courtesy of Silversea Cruises)

Arts Café

Debuting in Polar Regions for the first time, Silver Endeavour‘s Arts Café is an upscale take on a classic coffee shop located in the heart of the ship on deck five. The space features floor-to-ceiling windows and will serve an extensive collection of specialty coffees and teas, as well as fresh pastries and gourmet bites.

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Arts Café (Photo courtesy of Silversea Cruises)

About Silver Endeavour

Built to PC6 polar class specifications, Silver Endeavour is designed for polar exploration. The vessel carries state-of-the-art amenities with an industry-leading Zodiac-to-guest ratio; kayaks; and cutting-edge navigation and exploration technology, including a remote gimbal camera system, which can capture high-quality images from 5 km away, among other amenities.

Silver Endeavour has a crew-to-guest ratio of approximately 1:1 and includes butler service for every suite.

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