Crystal River Cruises
About Crystal Cruises
Crystal Cruises consistently ranks among the top luxury cruise lines in the world, having won an unprecedented number of major awards. They have been voted World’s Best by the readers of Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler, more than any other cruise line, hotel or resort.
Their line of river yachts sail the rivers of Europe and combine the luxury offered by Crystal Cruises combined with the intimacy of river travel. The ships are all suite, butler serviced accommodations and have the highest staff to guest ratio in all of European river cruising. Multiple open seating dining venues are available onboard. You will also find fitness centers and dedicated yoga areas on these ships.
Crystal River Cruises offers many inclusive amenities. Included amenities are gratuities for all shipboard staff; unlimited bottle water and premium beverages including champagne, fine wine and spirits throughout out the ships; all soft drinks, beer and bottled water in-suite; a 24 hour self service pantry with specialty coffees, treats, wines and non alcoholic beverages; 24 hour room services; a choice of complimentary Crystal Adventures shore excursions in every port; and complimentary airport transfers to and from the yacht to airport. Also guest can enjoy complimentary Nordic Walking Poles, GPS Whisper Guides, electronically assisted bikes, jet skis, kayaks, and more.
Ships of Crystal River Cruises:
- Crystal Bach (106 passengers)
- Crystal Debussy (106 passengers)
- Crystal Mahler (106 passengers)
- Crystal Mozart (120 passengers)
- Crystal Ravel (106 passengers)
- Rivers of Europe
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