Unless you’re currently sailing aboard one of our luxurious ocean ships, yacht or river ship, there’s a strong possibility you’re daydreaming about glancing through the drapes and seeing the sea, or a medieval German village, or massive mountainous glaciers, or… you fill in the blanks. Is there a private verandah in your daydream, too?
We’re with you. Whenever we’re not aboard Crystal Symphony, Crystal Serenity, Crystal Esprit or Crystal Mozart, we long for those sea views that make us wish the ship would simply be still so we could enjoy it forever, while simultaneously eager to see the next magnificent destination.
Luckily, there’s a cure for this particular type of Crystal withdrawal, and it exists just one click from the homepage of our brand new website. Each of our luxurious vessels is equipped with multiple cameras that provide you, our savvy travel-inspired Crystal family, with glimpses of the “what,” “where” and “when” of each at any time, day or night.
When you hover over any Crystal experience at CrystalCruises.com, you’ll have the option to select “Live Views,” which you should do, because you’ll instantly be transported to wherever that ship is. Join the guests aboard the Northwest Passage journey as they keep watch for polar bears on the starboard side; watch the lavish private yachts sail in and out of Monte Carlo’s harbor from Crystal Symphony’s port side;. You can even check out what’s new in the ships’ Computer University@Sea, should you be so inclined.
Of course, with our newest vessels – Crystal River Cruises’ Crystal Mozart and Crystal Yacht Cruises’ Crystal Esprit – come new destinations to look in on as you mentally plan your next vacation.. We can tell you that the views of the Dalmatian Coast from our luxury yacht are absolutely stunning, and that each charming town along the Danube River (as seen from Crystal Mozart’s Vista Deck) is seemingly – impossibly – lovelier than the last.
So, if you’re wondering what you’ll see from your stateroom when you’re docked in Malta, or how much daylight is really still shining in Nome at 10 p.m. (local time), or even what it’s like to transit the locks of the Danube River, you need look no further than your laptop.
It’s the ultimate wanderlust fuel and, while it could never compare to the actual live view from a private verandah, it’s always quite a view.