Crystal Harmony Completes Overhaul

Wednesday, December 11, 2002
The Crystal Harmony has emerged from a multi-million dollar overhaul featuring expansive new spa facilities, Connoisseur Club and remodeled public areas from stem to stern. "The total redesign of our Crystal Spa and the construction of the Connoisseur Club are in direct response to the needs and expectations of today's sophisticated traveler," says Crystal Cruises president Gregg L. Michel. "When Crystal Harmony debuted in 1990, the innovative design blending large ship amenities with small ship exclusivity was applauded by guests and travel professionals alike, and a new era in luxury cruising was born. We take our position as a leader in luxury cruising seriously and are committed to continually evolving our product."
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