Crystal Cruises

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The company’s cruises and liners are for those accustomed to an exclusive vacation. This company is the best in the world among large luxury ships.

Crystal Cruises was founded in 1988 by NYK Lines of Japan, the founding company, the world’s largest shipping company. It is owned by a large Japanese holding company and is its prestigious brand. The attendants on the liners are predominantly European.

Most of the passengers on these liners are the business and political elite of the world. It is not uncommon to see world-famous politicians, businessmen and artists on board. All the furnishings on board the liners are imbued with refined luxury.
The design is made in Italian style, handmade. Crystal Cruises owns two luxury liners: Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity.
The first ship, Crystal Symphony, offers the comfort of a large ship combined with the personalized service of a small liner, while remaining incredibly spacious. The thirteen-deck Crystal Serenity, the company’s newest liner, has been cruising since 2003. The beautiful Crystal Symphony can accommodate up to 940 travelers and Crystal Serenity can accommodate 1,080 guests.
The two liners are among the most spacious and luxurious cruise ships. Each meets the 6-star catege, providing elegant compartments, Asian and Italian restaurants, a variety of exercise equipment, the only casino at sea in Caesars Palace on board, the popular Computer University@Sea providing 24-hour internet access, and much more.
A variety of itineraries, non-repeatable ports of call – you can see it all while cruising on Crystal Cruises liners . The company motto is: the best of the best, the most exclusive.

Sailing regions: Africa, Asia, Australia & New Zealand, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Mexican Riviera, Canada, Panama Canal, South America, Northern Europe, around the world.

Company cruises

Australia, Asia, New Zealand
South America
Unique itineraries
Cruises around the world
Caribbean Islands
USA & Canada


Crystal Serenity
Crystal Symphony