Silversea today revealed the previously top-secret details of the ultra luxury Silver Muse Owner’s Suite, including a bar stocked with vintage port.
Silver Muse will welcome her first guests on board in just over one week and those staying in the magnificent Owner’s Suite are in for a very special treat.
First picture of the Balsorano Owner’s Suite on Silver Muse.
The top-of-the-range Silver Muse Owner’s Suite has been officially named the Balsorano Owner’s Suite after Manfredi Lefebvre d’Ovidio di Balsorano de Clunieres, the Chairman of Silversea and son of the company’s founder.
The Owner’s Suite is located midship on deck 9. It is 98 sq. m / 1,055 sq. ft. of pure Italian luxury, including a glorious teak veranda with outdoor sun loungers and dining table.
The Silver Muse Owner’s Suite layout.
The Chairman’s touches are everywhere. The Balsorano Owner’s Suite boasts a specially curated selection of Mr. Lefebvre’s personal items including books, sculptures, works of art and family photographs.
The bright and airy Silver Muse Owners Suite.
Among these items are a chesterfield chair and ottoman, an additional chair from Mr. Lefebvre’s former family residence in Rome, and photos of Mr. Antonio Lefebvre, Mr. Lefebvre’s father and mentor.
The bookshelf in the Balsorano Owner’s Suite has been stocked with Mr. Lefebvre’s favourite titles, including The Great Navigators of the Eighteenth Century by Jules Verne, The Great Sea: A Human History of the Mediterranean by David Abulafia, and After the Victorians: The World Our Parents Knew by A.N. Wilson.
The bookshelf in the Silver Muse Owners Suite.
The Chairman’s personal touch doesn’t stop there. Owner’s Suite is stocked with vintage port specially selected by Mr. Lefebvre himself.
Manfredi Lefebvre d’Ovidio, Silversea Chairman, said: “I am incredibly proud to present the Balsorano Suite, a space which superbly encapsulates my family’s Italian heritage and taste. I hope that guests will, like me, find the Balsorano Suite a spectacular home away from home aboard Silver Muse.”