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6 Crystal Group and Theme Cruise Reviews

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haikou
1 Review
Member Since 2010
2,736 Forum Posts
I found the atmosphere on the Serenity to be intolerable by the end of the first few days. I will not go into much ... Read more
traveling group
3 Reviews
Member Since 2013
We had an extended trip to Asia and this cruise on Crystal fit in nicely. We started in Bali and we got off in ... Read more
Dancer Bob
11 Reviews
Member Since 2008
1,430 Forum Posts
Transatlantic, December 2012, marketed by Crystal as Big Band and Ballroom theme. I have no interest in Big Band but ... Read more
Boston Traveler 24
1 Review
Member Since 2009
72 Forum Posts
We selected this cruise because of the itinerary. We embarked in Istanbul and then went to four ports in Greece ... Read more
Cyberchomp
3 Reviews
Member Since 2000
15 Forum Posts
This was the third cruise for me and the Missus on Crystal. We were on the Harmony (still our favorite) and the ... Read more

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Bob Caswell
2 Reviews
This was my 4th Crystal Cruise, and 25th overall. It was an eastbound crossing, from Miami to Lisbon - 8 sea days, no ... Read more

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