Silver Explorer Review
About This Ship
Cabins: All suites and staterooms include champagne upon arrival, refrigerator and bar setup stocked with your preferences, European-designer bath amenities, down duvets, fine bed linens, premium mattresses, a selection from a pillow menu, personalized stationery, TV, hair dryer, and plush robes and slippers. Expedition binoculars and an umbrella are provided for use on board. In addition to daily service and nightly turndown, butler service is available in all accommodations categories. Two hours of complimentary Internet service per day and two hours of international telephone service per voyage, as well as complimentary dry-cleaning and laundry and afternoon canapés, are perks offered to Owner’s and Grand suites. Fourteen pairs of suites have interconnecting doors.
Layout: When compared to the rest of the luxury fleet, Silver Explorer’s accommodations can be disappointing. Only three suite categories—Owner’s, Grand, and Medallion—have real balconies. Silver and Veranda suites have French balconies that offer fresh air, but not a seating area.
Accessibility: There are no accommodations designed for wheelchair accessibility.
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