First Look: Silversea's Transformed Silver Wind Ship

Silversea Cruises has completed a multi-million dollar renovation of its Silver Wind luxury ship. Major changes include the addition of an observation lounge (seating 60 guests), spa, beauty salon and fitness center on the forward section of Deck 9, and the altering of the ship's exterior with floor-to-ceiling windows that wrap around the new space. A new two-floor, glass-enclosed elevator was also installed connecting Decks 8 and 9.

Modification of Silver Wind's 149 ocean-view suites include: an additional four of the popular Silver Suites added on Deck 8; a new Medallion Suite, Vista Suite and Owner's Suite— with a connecting second-bedroom suite— on Deck 7; fixed queen beds in larger suites replaced with convertible twin-to-queen beds; custom-built TV cabinets added to all Vista and Veranda Suites; new flat screen TVs; new sofa, armchair, desk, vanity, night tables and headboard; new carpets, drapes and bed coverings; and updated bathroom fixtures and bathtubs, including new marble countertops, walls and flooring.

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