Prominently highlighted in the 2011 Atlas are Crystal's new Perfect Choice DiningT with flexible Open Dining by ReservationT; Two-for-One cruise fares and complimentary air transportation and transfers (on air/sea dates) on all sailings; step-by-step instructions for the new online Priority Check-in & Planning Center; enriching Ocean ViewsT presentations and 'You Care, We Care' excursions; and a section dedicated to Crystal Symphony's multi-million dollar redesign.
"Opening with the words 'Your wish, our command,' the 2011 Atlas focuses on Crystal's commitment to unparalleled service and personalized value as well as classic Crystal hallmarks - space, quality and choices," says Nitsa Lewis, vice president of marketing. "The messaging is stylish and engaging, designed to draw travelers in to the Crystal Experience."
In 2011, the award-winning, 922-guest, 50,000-ton Crystal Symphony, and 1,070-guest, 68,870-ton Crystal Serenity will offer maiden visits to Argostoli, Kefalonia; Fethiye, Turkey; Komodo Island, Indonesia; Koper, Slovenia; and Marigot Bay, St. Martin, along with added North Cape sailings to the Polar Ice Cap and overnight stays in Ashdod, Cannes, Istanbul and others. All but one Crystal Symphony voyage beginning and/or ending in a U.S. port - most of these round-trip - afford guests the luxury of convenient air travel.
Also featured is a preview to Crystal's recently announced 2012 deployment.
Recently celebrating a record 17th year being voted "Best Large-Ship Cruise Line" by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler, and 15th consecutive year as "World's Best" by the readers of Travel + Leisure, Crystal Cruises has been recognized as #1 more than another cruise line, hotel or resort in history.