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          Master Cruise
written on Feb 10, 2012 by Melissa J. H. of Fairfield, FL
Pros & Cons

The Pros

Ballroom formal dances

The Cons

waiting for the exciting nightlife
The Review
If there was ever a cruise ship that I have taken a fancy for it is the Silver wind. I love the silver wind because it is not a massive beast that makes you feel so intimidated about exploring. I love ships that you can actually finish touring. The ship may not have as many amenities as many of the other larger cruise ships but it has enough to keep you busy for everyday of your cruise. You can do some sports, swim or go to the library or spa. The evenings are the best with the fine cuisines and the ballroom dancing.
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Sailed on: Jun 15, 2011
Age range: 30 to 49
Traveled as: Single or with Friends
Cruise Experience: First cruise
Stateroom type: Balcony
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          Pleasant Cruise
written on Feb 10, 2012 by Steven P. W. of Earleton
Pros & Cons

The Pros

Its petite size

The Cons

Not too much to do at night
The Review
If you are looking for a nice and small cruise ship to spend your vacation on then the Silver Wind is a good option. You have the opportunity to begin your day by working up a sweat in the gym or just take a lovely swim. You can then pamper yourself at the spa before dinner time arrives. You can choose from the finest cuisine served in the various restaurants before heading to cap the night in the ball room. You can then retire to your spacious cabin and spend your night hearing the waves outside.
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Sailed on: Jun 15, 2011
Age range: 30 to 49
Traveled as: Single or with Friends
Cruise Experience: First cruise
Stateroom type: Balcony
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          Magnificent Ship
written on Feb 10, 2012 by Rebecca B. H. of Earleton
Pros & Cons

The Pros

Easy access to everything onboard

The Cons

Strict Meal times
The Review
One of the most appealing things about the Silver wind is its size. A lot of people usually love to go for the larger cruise ships thinking that their experience will be equally amplified but I must assert that this is not true. The silver wind is not large but it feels pretty much friendlier than all those other cruise ships. The ship does not get so crowded that you cannot enjoy the available amenities like the gym, the pools or the duty free shop. You also have spacious cabins and better service than with those larger ships dealing with a thousand people or more.
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Sailed on: Jun 15, 2011
Age range: 30 to 49
Traveled as: Single or with Friends
Cruise Experience: First cruise
Stateroom type: Balcony
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