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Carrying 382 guests and 302 crew, Silver Shadow is large enough to offer multiple venues for dining, entertainment, bars and fitness, yet small enough to reach places that big ships can't. Pictured here leaving the city center of Shanghai, China.

Silver Shadow Overview

Launched in 2000, Silver Shadow was the first of Silversea’s second-generation ships, following original vessels Silver Cloud and Silver Wind. Measuring in at 28,258 gross tons and carrying 382 guests, like her sister Silver Whisper, she’s small enough to offer an intimate cruise experience while also being large enough to provide a range of onboard experiences.

Guest Reception & Shore Concierge are situated on Deck 5.

Like all the Silversea ships, Silver Shadow is designed with the vast majority of her public rooms located between midships and the stern, while staterooms and suites occupy the ship’s forward half.

Silver Shadow Public Rooms

In October 2011, Silversea introduced a whole new entertainment concept, performed in the two-story show lounge.

In the stern on Decks 5 and 6, the two-story show lounge has tiered seating and a profusion of cozy seating clusters. Just outside the show lounge on Deck 5, The Bar is a social hub where a band or DJ provides music for dancing.

Friendliest bartender at sea? Carlito at The Bar on Deck 5.

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