Crystal Symphony Emerges From Dry Dock

Following an extensive $23 million dry dock, the Crystal Symphony is again ready to sail replete with redesigns of many of the ship's vital areas. The 940-guest ship has emerged with many renovations, among them: a new nightclub called Luxe; a transformed entertainment deck; a redesign of its Starlight Club; an upgraded casino; and a redesign of all staterooms and bathrooms. The ship will begin cruises through the Panama Canal this month into December, before heading to Los Angeles for a holiday cruise. The ship welcomes in 2007 with several more Panama Canal and Mexican Riviera cruises, before cruises to Asia and Europe. For more information, visit [www.crystalcruises.com].

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