Silversea will introduce an alfresco dining venue that comprises two of the line's signature restaurants on the Silver Nova.
Known as the Marquee, the relaxed dining space will incorporate Spaccanapoli, serving Naples-inspired pizza, and The Grill, offering the line's trademark "hot rocks" concept of cooking on lava stone.
Marquee is a product of the Silver Nova's asymmetrical design. Located near a swimming pool, Marquee will be on the port side, toward the aft on Deck 10.
The Marquee will serve casual fare during the day and dinner under the stars at night. The space will accommodate up to 220 guests.
The Marquee will be one of eight restaurants on the Silver Nova. Restaurants familiar to loyal Silversea guests will have new designs and color schemes.
The largest of the ship's restaurants with a capacity of 340, La Terrazza will have indoor and outdoor spaces on deck four. Atlantide will accommodate 270 guests for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on deck three.
The S.A.L.T. Kitchen on deck three will have a new look and feel with a capacity of 160. True to its concept, S.A.L.T. Kitchen will offer a menu inspired by each destination.
La Dame, Silversea's signature French restaurant, will host 70 guests in an elegant, formal setting on deck four. Silver Note, inspired by jazz clubs of the 1920s, will welcome up to 54 guests for dinner each night on deck 5. Kaseiki will serve Asian cuisine in a minimalist, Japanese-inspired setting on deck four, accommodating 40 guests.
In addition to the eight restaurants, Silver Nova will host up to 70 guests in the Arts Café, a space where guests can enjoy snacks and refreshments.
Silversea says the 728-passenger Silver Nova will have the highest space-to-guest ratio in its fleet. The line is promising diners will "benefit from a greater sense of space and stronger connections with the destination" through all-new design features facilitated by the ship's asymmetrical design.
The Silver Nova's Southampton-Lisbon maiden cruise is scheduled to depart England in July 2023.