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Silversea Cruises’ current flagship vessel, the Silver Spirit, already features some of the finest dining at sea, and now its upcoming new Silver Muse is set to raise the bar even higher with additional restaurant options when it launches in April 2017.

In total, the Muse will have eight dining venues, two more than on the Spirit. To accommodate, the space occupied by The Restaurant main dining room on the former ship is being split down the center to create Indochine and Atlantide. Indochine will pair with the smaller adjacent Kabuki (Seishin on the Spirit) to offer pan-Asian cuisine, with Kabuki being inspired by the Japanese theatre style. Meanwhile, Indochine will feature regional cuisine from Mumbai to Thailand.

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Similarly on the other side of the ship, Atlantide will serve fresh seafood such as royal crab, blue lobster and Verbena-infused red snapper, as well as fine cuts of steak. Nestled to the side will be La Dame, again featuring Silversea’s exclusive partnership with Relais & Chateaux as Le Champagne does on the Spirit. The space wil

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