13 Days, Incan Echoes on Crystal Symphony
Cultural and natural UNESCO treasures abound on this fascinating voyage, from awe-inspiring Machu Picchu and the remarkable Nazca lines to the Galapagos Islands, Colon's Darien National Park and Valparaiso's unique city architecture.
With her sleek silhouette and shimmering elegance, the legendary Crystal Symphony finds a natural home in the world’s most glamorous harbors and idyllic ports of call.
A veritable sanctuary of refined style and cutting-edge technology, each and every subtle detail onboard award-winning Crystal Symphony® brings touches of luxury-from traditional to chic-as only Crystal can. This was the first of Crystal’s two ships to undergo their Evolution of Luxury, which has since added 12 new Seabreeze Penthouse Suites with Verandah, 28 new Seabreeze Penthouses with Verandah, as well as multiple new dining venues, open seating, free unlimited Wifi and updated Pubic Spaces. Sharing the limelight with her fleetmate, Crystal Symphony is one of two magnificent ships that has earned Crystal Cruises the distinction of being The World's Most Awarded Luxury Cruise Line™.
A favorite place to gather for quiet conversation by day, or lively piano sing-alongs by night, the Avenue Saloon channels the exclusivity of a well-heeled 19th-century gentlemen's club with rich mahogany woods, buttery leathers, and luxe velvets.
The 982-square-foot Crystal Penthouse Suites feature expanded living space with elegant dining area, state-of-the-art audio-visual system, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a magnificent all-crystal pedestal sink in the powder room.
Open and airy, this breakfast and lunch venue sports a refined yet modern motif with abundant natural light and colors and details inspired by the Hampton seashore.
Marketplace (Available on Crystal Symphony)
Open-seating dining, with no reservations needed. Fresh and friendly venue for breakfast and lunch with an open kitchen preparing made-to-order favorites. Handmade pastas, made-to-order sandwiches, fresh salads and more.
|The stateroom and the bathroom doors are both 33". There are no sills. The bathrooms have roll-in showers with fold down seats, hand held showers and grab bars. The toilets are standard height but extension are available upon request. They also have grab bars. All switches and controls are a maximum of 48" high, the mirror tilts and there is a call button in the bathroom.|
|Sun||Cruising The Coast Of South America|
|Tue||Cruising The Coast Of Peru|
|Wed||General St. Martín/Pisco, Peru||8am||4pm|
|Sat||Cruising The Coast Of Central America|
|Tue||Cruising The Coast Of Colombia|
|Wed||Transit The Panama Canal|