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Off with a splash in Monaco

Off with a splash in Monaco

By Staff Writer - January 20, 2017

Photo: Facebook Top Marques Monaco
Photo: Facebook Top Marques Monaco

Top Marques, the luxury lifestyle show, will open with a splash, the organisers say. The christening of Silversea’s latest addition, Silver Muse, will take place in Monaco on the eve of the show.

The ship boasts the most sumptuous staterooms ever seen before on a cruse liner, at 1,572 square feet, some 200 square feet bigger than the average French apartment. Silver Muse will have eight restaurants on board.

She will be docked a short shuttle drive away from the Grimaldi Forum, the venue for Top Marques, before she starts her maiden voyage to the Amalfi Coast in Italy.

Top Marques managing director Manoy Bairstow said: “She is without any doubt the largest luxury product we have ever had amongst our exhibitors.”

Silversea is a family-run company based in Monaco that dominates the ultra-exclusive cruise market with a fleet of eight boutique vessels.

The 14th edition of Top Marques opens on April 20 and runs until April 23.

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