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Crystal Symphony Review

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Crystal Symphony experience

Review for Canada & New England Cruise on Crystal Symphony
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Sep 2018
Cabin: Deluxe Stateroom with Large Picture Window

Wanted to do the northeast. Sixth cruise with Crystal. Last was New Years in Australia 2017. Food as always was excellent. Several crew members remembered us by name. Always a nice touch. Entertainment has always been a strong point with Crystal and remains so. Had heard with ownership change there might be a decrease in service and or food. I found no evidence of this. We prefer the 8th deck with an unobstructed view since we rarely used the veranda in the past and would rather use the savings for the reserve wine list. We often drink half a bottle one night and finish it the next night. The sommelier is glad to store it for you Makeover of the dining room is pleasing. Still prefer Prego and Umi Uma to newer Silk and Brazilian steak venue. Just our taste since all are quite good. The cabin is relatively small but ample. New TVs are an upgrade. WiFi was good. Be sure and get the Crystal app on your iPhone. Shore excursions were as expected and advertised. Graveyard in Halifax was Titanic victims was moving. The museum not so much. The Breakers in Newport was a great reflection of a bygone period. So,pleased to say that Crystal still the best. Booked a future cruise while on board.

Cabin Review

Deluxe Stateroom with Large Picture Window

Cabin C1

250 square feet. Luggage under the beds is critical. Love the shower. Our room attendant did an excellent job. See above comments on our preference for this particular deck.

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