Crystal Symphony

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Name: Crystal Symphony

Crew: 545

Guests: 922

Length: 238 m / 781 feet

Width: 30 m / 98 feet

Speed: 20 knots

Gross tonnage: 51,044

Crystal Symphony

With her sleek silhouette and following a $15 million dollar re-design, the Crystal Symphony offers an inviting elegant environment for her 940 guests. 

On board, guests will discover an array of dining options. The main dining room has sweeping ocean views by day and a magnificent ambiance at night, but you’ll also find casual poolside dining, a relaxed bistro restaurant, in-suite dining and room service available around the clock. In addition, the alternative speciality restaurants offer an exciting variety of dishes at no additional cost and feature menus specially created by world-famous chefs including Piero Selvaggio and Nobu Matsuhisa.

Suites are designed with comfort and privacy in mind, while onboard you’ll find more activities to keep you busy than most cruise ships could wish for – including an expanded swimming pool, paddle tennis court and a re-styled piano bar which retains the feel of a 19th century gentleman’s club with rich mahogany woods and luxe velvets.

Facilities

Entertainment
Casino, Children’s Play Area, Show Lounges

Fitness
Aerobics/Yoga, Gym

Food and Drink
9 Bars, Bistro, Grill ,Ice Cream Bar, Lounge

Other
Medical Centre, Photo Shop, Self Service Laundry, Shops

Recreational
Golf Nets, Library, Nightclub, 2 Outdoor Swimming pools, Paddle Tennis

Relaxation
Beauty Salon, Spa, 2 Whirlpools

Dining

The main dining room is decorated with rich wood panelling, crystal chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling windows. You can see certain classics, such as Caesar Salad, Chateabriand and Crepes Suzette prepared tableside and this restaurant also serves caviar, lobster and salmon. But the Crystal Dining Room never repeats a menu, not even on a three-and-a-half month voyage.

The Lido Café
This casual venue has both indoor and outdoor seating and serves breakfast as well as simple selections such as omelettes, pancakes and fresh fish.

Trident Bar & Grill
Guests can tuck in to a Late-Risers Breakfast here until 11.30am or enjoy hot dogs, burgers, tuna melts and other treats poolside throughout the day.

The Bistro
Serving throughout the day, the European-inspired restaurant serves croissants and pastries in the morning and coffee and wine, dessert and cheese in the afternoon.

Palm Court

Every afternoon tea is served among the lush greenery and rattan furnishings to the accompaniment of classical music.

Room service

Guests can take advantage of in-stateroom dining 24 hours a day. During dinner hours all guests can order from the Crystal Dining Room, while Penthouse guests can choose from any restaurant.

Prego
This intimate restaurant features classic Italian dishes, serving signature dishes and wines that feature at Piero Selvaggio’s LA and Las Vegas Valntino restaurants.

Silk Road & The Sushi Bar

Here guests dine on the eclectic cuisine made famous by Nobuyuki ‘Nobu’ Matsuhisa. The Sushi Bar offers a selection of his signature sushi and sashimi dishes, while Silk Road presents appetisers, soups, salads and desserts.

The Vintage Room

Offering the ultimate experience for wine enthusiasts, providing a tasting menu to complement rare vintages for dinners of four to 14 people.

Entertainment

There is a diverse range or entertainment options, aimed at the discerning theatre-goer, concert-lover and dance aficionado. Musical venues will host anything from nostalgic and classical to popular and contemporary, and there’s a whole host of other venues to enjoy as well.

The Galaxy Show Lounge put Broadway-style shows on, then there’s the Cabaret Lounge, Palm Court, for dancing and classical music concerts, Avenue Saloon, to hear the tinkle of the ivories, Connoisseur Club, where you can enjoy a cigar, Crystal Casino, Hollywood Theatre, Luxe, for lat night dancing and karaoke, a library containing more than 3,000 books, Bridge Lounge and finally Fantasia and Waves for children.

Enrichment

A collection of theme cruises set sail and offer a greater chance to learn new skills than the activities available year-round on all cruises.

Themes include Fashion and Style, Ancient Civilisations, Tennis, Emerging Artists, Photography, Chance and Fortune, Wine and Food Festival, Film and Theatre Festival, Mind, Body & Spirit, Golf, Ballroom Dance, Theatre at Sea, Big Band, Jazz, Smithsonian Journeys, Comprehensive Creative Learning Institute and President’s Cruise. Holiday cruises set around Christmas or Thanksgiving for example are also available.

Activities

The Creative Learning Institute offers a number of courses for guests to immerse themselves in. There’s keyboard lessons, language classes, wellness seminars, sculpting, wine appreciation, sushi-making and art workshops to name just a few.


And when the ship is docked, there are a number of further adventures to be had on land, whether it’s an active activity – like flying a Mig fighter jet – or something cultural, there’s plenty to choose from.

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