Silversea Cruises : Silver Shadow
Based upon 15 reviews.
Cruise reviews reflect the opinions of travel editors and cruisers/ readers and may not represent those of our company.
Ketchikan, Skagway, Sitka, and Anchorage, Alaska
Pros: Staff, weather was perfect for us, food was delicious, excursions were memorable.
Asia to Alaska aboard the Silver Shadow
Asia to Alaska
Pros: Staff were wonderful; Food was delightful; Ports visited were memorable.
Alaska Inside Passage Silver Shadow Thumbs Up
Pros: Size is perfect. Service was personal. The dining portions are petite. This kept passengers mindful of proper portion sizes. You certainly can order seconds thirds , etc. SIlver Shadow is one cruise experience I enjoyed without gaining an ounce. LOVED THIS FEATURE. Some complained about it, I thought it to be Brilliant. By the 3rd day all staff knew names. No crowded deck chairs, no crowded anything.
Cons: The ship is getting a little Art Deco dated but it is maintained well. Onboard activities included classes on tanzanite, art sales, shoe insoles, well a little more sell sell sell than a luxury line should offer. I was expecting the boutique to roll out gold chains by the foot at any moment. Excursions are a bit pricey.
Silversea Silver Shadow
Alaska Vancouver To Seward
Pros: Outstanding Shipboard Services & Attention To Complete Personal Happiness
Cons: Evening Entertainment A Bit Repetitive-Song & Dance Every Night, No Real Variety
Pros: Great Service, great food, changing menu, not crowded in restaurants. Nice amount of time to be on land. Very organized. Generous servings without excess.
Cons: A little too quick to refill wine glasses...each sip doesn't need a refill!
Alaska via Silver Shadow
Alaska-Anchorage, Sitka, Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan
Pros: Beautiful ship, terrific service. Alaska is an incredible state with incredible views.
Cons: None that come to mind.
Terrific ship, crew, service, food!
Vietnam, Bangkok and Singapore
Pros: Solo travelers get together each evening, excellent help from crew.
Cons: Entertainers were not good. Sadly, after the first show, we quit going.
Trip of a Lifetime
Pros: Ship rooms, staff, spa and excursions
Cons: We ate and drank too much and now we need to go to the gym!
Silver Shadow Review July 9-16, 2015
Pros: The Shadow is a small intimate Ship with excellent service
July 16th 2015 Alaska Cruise from Vancouver to Anchorage
Pros: Service, friendly crew on every level.
Cons: Entertainment and food was not up to par.
Anchorage, Seward, Sitka, Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, Vancouver
Pros: Impeccable service, small ship, total pampering
Small Ship Cruising Is The Way To Go
Cozumel & Costa Maya, Mexico; Guatemala; Honduras; Belize; Key West, Florida.
Pros: Quality of food (not including wine-see cons below), staff & service level, open seating in dining rooms, meals not rushed & food consistently served at appropriate temperature, not crowded at pool, many quiet lounges and decks to read and relax, top shelf liquor (vs. wine) offerings, roomy & clean staterooms with nice balconies.
Cons: Wine offerings mediocre at best (No French or California wines available), no wine list to choose from-certain wines were
Silver Shadow Review --- cruise through Panama Canal and down West coast of central americaq
west coast of central america
Pros: Great ship. Well maintained with super service crew in every Department
Cons: Food was generally good but dinners in main dining room were sometimes mediocre
Great Time on Alaska Cruise
Alaska Cruise: Steward to Vancouver, 7 nights
Pros: Great staff. Food and wine very good.
Cons: Very little fresh fish!
ASIA: Japan; So. Korea; China
Pros: The Food (very Italian); the Service (100% accomodating); the Entertainment (the BEST); and the Ship itself (small enough to really enjoy everything and everyone, but large enough to ride smoothly through the storms)!
Cons: Itinerary included JeJu Island in So. Korea (a real negative)