Last week, ‘Crystal Symphony’ emerged from drydock at Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven with newly designed spaces, features and amenities.
The ship’s new open seating dining concept has resulted in new restaurants on board, while more of the spacious, butler-serviced Penthouse suites were added.
Throughout the ship, technological upgrades were installed, to enhance guests’ connectivity and access to entertainment and news on demand. The month-long drydock redesign marks the most expansive makeover in ‘Crystal Symphony’s’ history, the company said.
“The enhancements made on ‘Crystal Symphony’ provide guests with more choices and flexibility than ever before, whether it’s the ability to dine at their leisure, stay connected to family and friends on shore, or enjoy a variety of new entertainment options on board,” said Crystal’s president and CEO, Tom Wolber. “While we continue to innovate at the forefront of the industry, our focus will always be on the consistent quality and personal attention to detail and service that makes Crystal Cruises the world’s most awarded luxury cruise line.”