The Reflections daily program is delivered to your stateroom each evening to help you plan for the next day. It is a valuable guide to the activities aboard the ship, including a complete schedule of the day's events, hours for the ship's diverse venues and important announcements. It also contains entertaining articles on the ports of call, personality profiles of shipboard officers, staff, entertainers and Crystal Visions lecturers, fun facts about the world, cruising and a great deal more.
The popular Crystal Visions Enrichment Lecture Series is offered on every cruise and includes a noted historian, anthropologist, geographer or geologist who lectures on the regions visited during the cruise. Also on board each cruise is at least one noted artist, art historian, archaeologist, architect, oceanographer, scientist, financial analyst, motivational speaker, author, critic, journalist, celebrity, or other interesting personality who shares insights into his or her particular world.
You can also expand your interests in subjects such as bridge and dance and participate in their acclaimed Computer University@Sea where guests learn about the fascinating world of computers in a relaxed environment. On selected cruises there is also instruction in golf, yoga, and arts and crafts.
Crystal Cruises offers a host program that includes four to six carefully screened gentlemen per sailing with interests and backgrounds similar to those of their guests. Each distinguished Ambassador Host is cultured, well traveled and an an accomplished ballroom dancer.
Crystal Cruises offers an abundance of dancing opportunities and venues, each with its own style and ambiance. The Starlite Lounge (Crystal Symphony), the Palm Court and the Galaxy Lounge offer dancing before and after the evening shows.
Professional dance instructors offer regular classes in the most popular dance steps as the distinguished Ambassador Hosts await to escort you to the dance floor.
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