Beginning October 13, 2017, passengers aboard Silversea’s Silver Muse will have some guidelines to follow when packing for their cruise. The luxury cruise line is implementing a traditional cruise dress code, which will feature one formal night on 8- and 9-day sailings, two formal nights on 10- and 14-day sailings, and three formal dinners on sailings that are 15-nights or longer in duration. Formal nights require women to wear evening gowns or cocktail dresses. Men must remember to pack their tuxedo, dinner jacket, or dark suit. And don’t forget the tie!
In addition to sprucing up the dress code, Silversea is tweaking a few of its well-known dining venues as well:
- Altantide (exclusive to the Silver Muse) will have an open seating policy with no reservations required.
- Indochine (Silversea’s Vietnamese, Indian, and Thai restaurant) will be adding several less-spicy options to its menu later this year.