Crystal Worship 2020

By South China Sea Magazine Cruises Editor//Images Courtesy Crystal Cruises

The ocean-going Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity are two radiant gems in the Crystal Cruise Fleet. And for good reason—they’ve just won champagne popping encomiums. 

Recently touted as the “Best Luxury Cruise Line” in the world for the fifth consecutive year by Travel Weekly, Crystal Cruises turns 30 in 2020. From comfortable elegance to 

immersive and enriching experiences in the world’s most fascinating locales to superlative culinary experiences to signature, genuine and personalized service, they truly have the Midas touch.

Crystal executive Carmen Roig, senior vice president of marketing commented upon their award, “The readers of Travel Weekly are some of our industry’s savviest professionals, who keep their keen eye on what is resonating most with travelers.”

Roig continued, ”To earn their recognition year after year makes us very proud and reaffirms that the caliber of luxury guests enjoy aboard Crystal ships and the personalized service of our crew are truly echoing what the world’s most discerning travelers are seeking.” 

She added, “The highest praise remains that so many of the travel advisors who vote on awards such as these also confidently recommend Crystal to their clients, who have entrusted them with their grandest vacation plans. We will never take this trust lightly and thank them for their continued support.”

Indeed not.

Expect the unexpected this year across the planet as they uncork for their 30th annivesary. Here in Asia, we are eyeing their best ranging from Amami, Japan to Pare Pare, Sulawesi, Indonesia. There’s even the December 7, 2020 President’s Cruise with Crystal President Tom Wolber in Asia to celebrate loyal guests with custom onboard and shore excitement.  

In other words, we’re ready to start 2020 with some serious crystal ball gazing….

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