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Crystal Cruises

The ultimate in luxury cruising

It is so often the little details that make all the difference, and on a Crystal cruise, the differences are many.

Crystal, recently bought by Genting HK to begin a new chapter in luxury cruising,, was created in 1988 and operates Crystal Symphony (1995), able to carry 940 guests, and the 1,080-guest Crystal Serenity, which was launched in 2003.

Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony

And over the next three years, it will be charting a dramatic new course, with three new ships effectively establishing three brand new classes of cruising, entering the river cruise market in 2016 with the first of five new vessels, as well as introducing its own Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

The Six-Star liners feature grand lounges, lavish spas fitted in accordance with the principles of Feng Shui, extensive exercise facilities, complimentary golf, yoga and Pilates instruction, the only Caesars Palace at Sea Casino afloat, as well as expansive decks, two pools, award-winning cuisine and entertainment, and exquisitely-appointed staterooms, more than half of which have private verandahs.

The Crystal Experience

 

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