*Updated August 1, 2018
 

The Crystal Symphony went under a stunning transformation back in October 2017. Emerging from it's longest-ever makeovers, with features such as spacious new suites and penthouses, more innovative dining options including market-style social spaces, open-seating and expanded specialty venues, and more state-of-the-art technologies!

From its award-winning fare of Michelin-level envy to hosting Nobu Matsuhisa's only sea-going restaurants, the Evolution of Crystal Luxury promises more dining experiences to tempt the most discriminating palates, with the added luxury of menu enhancements at Prego, family-style, Chinese-inspired al fresco dining at Silk, and open seating, too.

WATERSIDE | New Open Seating!
  • Formerly known as the Crystal Dining Room
  • An abundance of tables for two and four
  • Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Exceptional menus of Classic favorites and Modern specialties
  • No reservations required

CHURRASCARIA | New!
  • Formerly known as the Lido Café
  • Evening Brazilian steakhouse at Marketplace
  • Menu of succulent cuts, ceviches, tapas and more
  • Open-seating, no reservations required

SILK | New!
  • Chinese-inspired al fresco dining on deck
  • Authentic delicacies such as dumplings, porridge, and savory crepes for breakfast, and dim sum, noodles and soups for lunch
  • A dinner menu of tantalizing family-style sharing plates
  • Open-seating for breakfast and lunch; dinner reservations recommended

MARKETPLACE | New!
  • Formerly known as the Lido Café
  • Fresh and friendly venue for breakfast and lunch
  • A fresh and friendly venue for breakfast and lunch, with an open kitchen preparing made-to-order favorites
  • Open-seating, no reservations required

NEW & NOTEWORTHY
  • Umi Uma is the new name for Nobu’s specialty restaurant serving his acclaimed Japanese-Peruvian cuisine, and a beautiful representation of Crystal’s long-standing relationship with the famed Chef: umi uma is Japanese for seahorse, Crystal’s iconic logo
  • Prego, the popular specialty venue serving Northern Italian favorites, will introduce new menu enhancements
  • The Starlite Club, a popular mid-ship gathering place with panoramic sea views, will be reimagined

Group International Airfare
  • For those that won't be able to join us on the pre-cruise Peruvian tour, we can arrange roundtrip airfare between Honolulu to Rio de Janeiro; Buenos Aires to Honolulu
  • The pre-cruise Peruvian tour group airfare is $1,498.00 (Honolulu to Lima; Buenos Aires to Honolulu)
  • Subject to change until ticketed

Pre-Cruise Peruvian Tour
  • Dates: January 16 - 23, 2019
  • If you are joining us for pre-cruise Peruvian tour, transfers are included; otherwise, our group will meet on the Crystal Symphony on January 24, 2019 (time - TBD)
  • Pre-Cruise tour cost is based on total number of participants.
  • Please click here for more information on the tour.

Machu Picchu Visits Regulations
  • As of July of this year, the modifications made to the Machu Picchu Visits Regulations have been made stricter, as detailed below.
  • Entry schedule: the first turn to enter the citadel is from 6:00 am to 12:00 pm. Passengers who enter until the first shift closes may stay at Machu Picchu for 4 hours. If a passenger had an entry ticket for the first shift and arrived after noon, his ticket would be invalidated and he wouldn’t be able to enter the citadel.
  • Time of permanence: the maximum time is 4 hours, it is up to the passengers if they stay during that whole period or leave the citadel early. In order to control that no passenger exceeds the visiting time, the park rangers are always in communication and could, if necessary, request a passenger’s entry ticket to corroborate their time of entry.
  • Circuits: the three circuits are operating and range from the most demanding (Route 1) to the mildest (Route 3). Guides are instructed to use Route 1, unless the physical condition of a passenger requires using one of the other two lighter routes. In some cases, guides may let passengers who are not suitable for Route 1 continue on their own -after the initial explanation- and meet up with them later in the Temple of the Three Windows area.
  • Re-entry: it is forbidden to re-enter Machu Picchu; a passenger will only be allowed to return if he has asked the park ranger to exit in order to use the bathroom. It is advisable, before entering, to mention the possibility of needing to use the bathroom to the controllers (this option could require presenting a medical certificate).
  • At the end of the tour: upon arrival at the Temple of the Condor, the Ministry of Culture staff will direct the passengers to the exit door. There will be no possibility of return after this. If the passengers have not completed their 4 hours inside the citadel and cross the exit, they will not be able to enter Machu Picchu again.