According to the company, the ship will enter dry dock for a three-week refurbishment this October which will mirror the dramatic changes that debuted during 2017 aboard Crystal Symphony.
With an aim to elevate the onboard guest experience, the new additions will include 36 new penthouses and two new penthouse suites.
New venues will include Waterside, which will take the place of the Crystal Dining Room; The Marketplace and Churrascaria, the new daytime and evening restaurants of the current Lido Café, respectively; and Silk Kitchen & Bar.
“Our ocean vessels are the heart of the Crystal brand and represent the pillars of our company that our guests have embraced for more than 27 years,” said Tom Wolber, CEO, Crystal Cruises. “We will continue to invest into their success and with an eye to innovation and a design aesthetic that is pleasant to our guests of today and tomorrow.”