For evening entertainment, the ships each have a small casino; a combo entertaining in the nightclub adjacent to the show lounge; a pianist in another lounge; and dozens of in-cabin movies, including oldies and current films. On warm-weather cruises, there are movies shown on deck by the pool and dancing under the stars at the weekly barbecue buffet on deck. There are also small-scale song-and-dance revues in the two-level show lounges, plus magic acts, singers, instrumentalists, jugglers, and sometimes performances by local folkloric groups. Popular themed cruises from time to time feature classical musicians, guest chefs, and renowned wine experts conducting demonstrations and talks. The pace is calm, and that's the way most Silversea guests like it; most are perfectly content to spend their after-dinner hours with cocktails and conversation. Occasionally, depending on the crowd, the Panorama Lounge (on Shadow and Whisper) or the Bar (on all ships) attracts a contingent of revelers who dance and drink into the wee hours.
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