The Crystal Esprit is a small ship with a gross tonnage of 3,341. It can carry 62 passengers and 91 crew members. It was launched in 2015 which resembles a contemporary boutique hotel. There are 31 staterooms on board in 5 different categories. The dress code on board Esprit is casual.
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The Crystal Esprit cabins are designated as suites. The standard suites on board are available in four categories. All of these accommodations are provided with king-size beds (which can be converted as twin size mattresses). The Owners Suite is the sole accommodation which occupies two rooms. Butler services are available for all cabins on board who are responsible for restocking of in-suit mini bars and delivery of room services. Toiletries on board are provided by the Italian high-end label, ETRO.
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Crystal Esprit has several dining venues which include an outdoor café, main dining room, grill, self-service snack spot and 24-hour room service. The Yacht Club Restaurant is the main dining room on board which offers waiter-served breakfast, lunch and dinner. There are traditional and contemporary gourmet dishes for guests. The Patio Café is the extension of Yachts Club which offers light meals. The Sunset Bar provides casual dining and The Grill offers fast food dining.
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There are plenty of activities related to health and wellness on board Esprit. The Crystal Spa and Salon offers full range medi-spa services for their guests. All massages, medical consultations and treatments are rendered by licensed doctors. There are enrichment lectures and seminars on board which a keynote speaker or doctor can provide. There is a fitness centre which provides complimentary access to treadmills, Kinesis wall, Nordic walking and free weights as well as stationary bikes.
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There are no special areas designated for kids. However, children are allowed to on board to cruise given that the child must be six months of age. However, the management encourages the parents to ponder on bringing kids younger than 12 years old.
– Cruise Passenger
The Esprit was a wonderful a cruise as we could imagine. We have been loyal to Seabourn for several years, but the Esprit was on a par with any Seabourn cruise we’ve taken. The best thing about the Esprit is that it takes only 62 passengers. The ship is a beautiful reconstruction of an older ship. Its 285 sq. ft. staterooms have a clean line and comfortable beds. All staterooms have spacious walk-in showers. Above all that the service by a friendly personal crew is first rate. Every mean was superb
– Cruise Critic