Crystal Cruises Debuts Female Ambassador Hostesses Aboard 2014/15 Ballroom Theme Cruises

Crystal Cruises is introducing Ambassador Hostesses on select cruises, expanding its onboard dancing program. Female counterparts to the line’s Ambassador Hosts – professional dance partners for ladies without one – will debut on three Ballroom at Sea Experiences of Discovery voyages in 2014 and 2015. Along with eight male dance hosts (double the usual number), the Trans-Atlantic sailings will each have two Ambassador Hostesses to cha cha, swing and waltz with solo gentlemen during evening dance sets, live orchestra performances and dance classes in the ships’ lounges. The three voyages set to get guests’ tapping this year and next include:

·         Oct. 5, 2014, Lisbon/Miami, Crystal Symphony (10 days)
·         June 12, 2015, New York/London, Crystal Symphony (16 days)
·         Dec. 11, 2015, Lisbon/Miami, Crystal Serenity (11 days)

Crystal Cruises has been including Ambassador Hosts on its cruises since the company’s inception, as there are traditionally more women than men seeking dance partners. While every Crystal cruise offers at least four Hosts, on select voyages with many more dance sessions, the line adds more when possible. Hosts also serve as dance partners to guests traveling with spouses or companions who don’t dance, as well as socialize with all guests, join singles dining tables and accompany group excursions ashore.

Until April 30, 2014, all-inclusive “Book Now” fares for the upcoming “Ballroom at Sea” cruises start as low as $2,595 per person.

For more information, visit www.crystalcruises.com.

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