Crystal Cruises has officially relaunched under a reimagined name and vision: Crystal – Exceptional at Sea. This new era for Crystal begins with an innovative website and branding under the guardianship of the A&K Travel Group.
Luxury cruise line Crystal is set to relaunch this summer with the newly refurbished Serenity and Symphony. This new era for Crystal begins with an innovative website and branding under the guardianship of the A&K Travel Group.
“I am delighted to announce that Crystal is reborn, with Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony reimagined and enhancements made to every part of our guests’ journey,” said Crystal president Jack Anderson. “Palatial suites, spacious verandas and guest rooms have been rolled out on both ships, reducing overall guest capacity. Personalized service has been elevated further. Dining is a journey through culinary specialties, with authentic food from around the globe served in nine restaurants. Each ship also features six bars. Local experts at Abercrombie & Kent have planned memorable experiences in each destination to guarantee beyond-the-guidebook access.”
Crystal has also announced its 2023 and 2024 voyages aboard Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony, reimagined with larger updated suites that include artisanal finishes, cutting-edge-onboard wellness, and world-class dining and entertainment. With over nine dining options onboard each ship, a leading spa, fitness facilities and large pool, there is ample choice for all. Guest capacity has been reduced for even more comfort and luxury. Crystal Serenity will now set sail with a guest capacity of 740 (reduced from from 980) while Crystal Symphony will have room for 606 guests (reduced from 848).
The first sailings will be a Mediterranean cruise of Crystal Serenity on July 31 from Marseille and Crystal Symphony, scheduled to depart September 1 from Athens.