Silver Moon, the new luxury cruise liner from Silversea, will sail her maiden cruise in a year from now, and to mark the occasion Silversea Cruises has announced new dining options aboard the ship.
According to Silversea, Silver Moon “will push the boundaries of travel” with a new culinary program, S.A.L.T. (Sea and Land Taste) which will adapt according to the visited destination to unlock immersive culinary experiences for guests.
“Inspired by the success of our beloved Silver Muse, Silver Moon will raise the bar in ultra-luxury travel, unlocking immersive experiences for our guests in whispered luxury,” said Barbara Muckermann, Silversea’s Chief Marketing Officer.
“Incorporating unprecedented concepts, the ship will bring innovation to the industry, while maintaining the small-ship intimacy and spacious all-suite accommodations that are the hallmarks of the Silversea experience,” she added.
“From our pioneering new S.A.L.T. program to the array of reimaged public spaces, every aspect of the new ship has been thoughtfully designed to enrich our guests’ experiences further still,” she said.
S.A.L.T. is intended to showcase entire ecosystems around culinary cultures of the world through onboard and shore-based experiences.
“Guests will sample regional ingredients and culinary customs onboard, before venturing ashore under the guidance of experts to experience food and drink cultures first-hand,” the company said, in a press release.
While Silver Moon will feature eight dining options, three of them will be brand new, including the S.A.L.T. Kitchen, the first large-scale regional restaurant on board a luxury cruise ship.
It will offer an ever-changing menu and a regionally inspired wine list, while S.A.L.T. Lab will enable guests to learn about local ingredients and artisanal techniques, through insightful workshops, tastings, and demonstrations.
Lastly, S.A.L.T. Bar will allow guests to sample the most authentic flavours of the destination, through a large selection of regional wines, spirits, and other drinks.
Also positioned on Deck 4, the restaurants Atlantide and Kaiseki will each undergo an extensive redesign to differentiate them from those aboard Silver Muse.
Atlantide will be enlarged to accommodate up to 230 guests, while Kaiseki will take inspiration from the best sushi restaurants in the world with expert sushi chefs preparing dishes in front of guests.
Serving fine French cuisine in an elegant atmosphere, Silversea’s signature restaurant, La Dame, will also enjoy a brand-new design aboard Silver Moon, enlarged to accommodate more than 50 guests.