Silversea Cruises unveiled the restaurants for the Silver Endeavour, the former Crystal Cruises expedition ship.
Silversea is transforming the ship ahead of its first sailing on Nov. 21 in Antarctica.
The Endeavour, formerly the Crystal Endeavor, will have four signature restaurants, a coffee shop and room service.
Although the ship can carry up to 200 guests, more than 300 seats will be available for dinner each night. However, some intimate restaurants can accommodate only a few dozen guests.
The Restaurant will be the ship’s main dining venue, which can serve up to 192 guests. The Restaurant will offer a daily rotation of international and regional menu options for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The intimate Il Terrazzino, which translates to “little terrace” in a nod to Silversea’s staple La Terrazza restaurant, will serve Italian cuisine from an a la carte menu. This is a smaller space than The Restaurant and can accommodate 36 guests.
La Dame, Silversea’s signature French restaurant, will offer a six-course tasting menu with wine pairing or the option to order a la carte. La Dame is open for dinner only and will accommodate up to 20 guests by reservation only, for $60 per person.
The Endeavour’s casual eatery, The Grill, will be located adjacent to the pool deck and will offer 270-degree views from the ship’s aft. The Grill will serve a la carte options and accommodate up to 80 guests for breakfast and lunch and 48 guests for dinner.
The Arts Café, an upscale take on a classic coffee shop, will be located in the heart of the ship. With floor-to-ceiling windows, the café will serve an extensive variety of specialty coffees and teas, along with pastries and gourmet small bites.
Guests will also have the option of 24-hour in-suite dining.
Silversea has worked on refurbishing the Endeavour after acquiring the ship, which became available in the bankruptcy of Crystal Cruises parent Genting Hong Kong. Silversea has unveiled seven suite categories onboard the vessel, including the Owner’s Suite, which spans 1,868 square feet.
The ice-class vessel will sail five- to 20-day voyages in Antarctica this winter.
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