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Crystal Symphony

The luxurious 848-guest, 6-star Crystal Symphony is one of the most spacious cruise ships at sea. Onboard amenities include grand lounges, full-service fitness facilities, a casino, Feng Shui-inspired spa, 360° teak Promenade Deck, two pools, Jacuzzi, award-winning cuisine and entertainment. Aboard you’ll be able to spend your days safe in the knowledge of a restful night’s sleep in an elegantly appointed stateroom, most with private verandas. Meanwhile, if you’re really looking to splash out, there are spectacular penthouse suites available for those looking for something really special.

Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/03/1995
Tonnage 51044
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 7
Number Of Decks 8
Number Of Elevators 4
Number Of Pools 2
Number Of Restaurants 4
Formal Nights Yes
Maximum Capacity 940
Crew 545

Ship Facilities

Crystal Symphony boasts a generous array of choice when it comes to dinner options. Find gracious formal dining in the Waterside, casual poolside dining, and various regional options onboard, allowing guests to have a taste of each destination they visit.

For something a little more speciality, head to Trident Grill or Umi Uma, in which you will find the incredible Japanese-Peruvian blend of cuisine that brought chef Nobu to fame. Other choices include Italian restaurant Prego, Silk- serving fusion Asian dishes- and Churrascaria at the Marketplace.

Alternatively, what could possibly be more luxurious than a multi-course gourmet meal without having to leave your cabin. If this sounds like something you’d enjoy, look no further than 24-hour room service.

Conceived and produced by their own creative in-house production staff, Crystal Cruises' Broadway-style shows are a highlight of every cruise. After dinner, stroll to the Galaxy Lounge to witness the talented Crystal ensemble of singers and dancers in such spectacular original productions as Fascinatin' Rhythm, Million Dollar Musicals, COLE!, Curtain Call, and many more!

Alternatively, if a quiet drink with loved ones or new friends is more your style, head to the Starlight Club for a cocktail and some gentle live entertainment.

Other bars and lounges:

  • Crystal Cove
  • Palm Court
  • Avenue Saloon
  • Resorts World at Sea Casino
  • Connoisseur Club

Spa and Fitness

Cruising has traditionally been about fine wining and dining, visiting exotic destinations, and enjoying extravagant production shows, however, many guests like to stay on top of their health and fitness even during a holiday. If that sounds like you, then Crystal Cruises is your perfect option.

From the wrap-around, all-outdoor teak Promenade Deck - one of the most popular features onboard, and one you won't find on many other large cruise ships – perfect for hitting that daily step target, to a spa with one of the world's best views, every Crystal cruise offers a variety of options for keeping fit and well.

Another well-loved feature is the onboard golfing facility. As well as a driving range, guests can use top-of-the-range golfing equipment to perfect their swing during their cruise.


There's so much to do on a Crystal cruise that you’ll never be bored. During your downtime on the ship, why not go shopping, see a movie, or spend some quiet time in the library getting lost in a good book.

In addition, Crystal are devoted to truly enriching the lives of their guests and adding a new perspective to the destinations visited during each cruise. Thanks to this, cruisers can make the most of talks and lectures hosted onboard the ship, where experts are invited to talk in detail about their area of interest.

Alternatively, guests can choose to try their hand at something new with one of the many classes on offer. Ranging from piano lessons and art classes to tai chi, cruisers will be able to head home and impress their friends and family with their new found skills.

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