Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity, the two highest-rated ships in the world as voted by the readers of Travel + Leisure and Conde Nast Traveler more than any other cruise line, resort or hotel in history. Staterooms are appointed with indulgent amenities; the famed cuisines of Nobu Matsuhisa, Piero Selvaggio; lavish Broadway-style productions and celebrity guest lecturers and countless lounges.
Entertainment choices include award-winning Broadway-style production shows, cabaret entertainment, wine tastings, lectures, movies and a choice of intimate cocktail and piano bars.
From High Tea to international cuisine from celebrity restaurateurs, menus range from the traditionally classic to eclectic international cuisine. An exceptional wine cellar features more than 400 vintages.
Yoga and pilates, Berlitz language classes, golf clinics hosted by PGA pros, state-of-the-art fitness equipment including spin bikes and Kinesis and the Feng Shui-inspired Crystal Spa.
|PENTHOUSE SUITE W/ VER’AHSeating area, complimentary in-room bar, personal butler service, two flat-screen TV/DVD, jacuzzi bathtub||DELUXE VER’AH STATEROOMSeating area, TV/DVD/CD, refrigerator stocked with drinks, full bathtub/shower, security safe||DELUXE STATEROOMSeating area, TV/DVD/CD, refrigerator stocked with drinks, full bathtub/shower, security safe|
CHOOSING YOUR ITINERARY
Crystal’s 2011 cruise repertoire highlights the best of each destination on a variety of seven-to 21-day itineraries, in addition to the full 110-day World Cruise, which is also offered in seven segments. In all, Crystal’s 59 cruises in 2011 will visit 167 ports in more than 65 countries.
Vessels: Crystal Symphony, Crystal Serenity
Star rating: 5 star
Tonnage: 51,044 and 68,870
Passengers: 922 and 1070
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE:
Accommodation, Entertainment, Room service, Onboard activities, All meals including specialty restaurants (no surcharge), Complimentary soft drinks & coffees, Crystal Visions Enrichment Program lecture series, Fitness classes, Creative Learning Institute classes, Port, security and handling charges.[nggallery id=5]
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