Ultra-Luxury Cruises Except for Crystal ships, which carry about 1,000 passengers, the ships in this category carry about 500, while the yachts serve only about 100 passengers. Some offer luxury with all the attendant bells and whistles (like formal evenings, dramatic penthouses, and over-the-top meals by celebrity chefs), while others maintain an atmosphere of casual elegance. All provide impeccable service. The larger ships offer sophisticated enrichment programs and entertainment, such as language instruction and wine tasting. Here, too, the smaller ships access smaller, out-of-the-way ports worldwide and spend more time docked. These lines are well suited for: • Seasoned travelers. • Adults who are destination-oriented and enjoy the finer things in life. • Adults looking for a boutique type of experience with excellent service aboard intimate ships.
• Cruisers seeking a destination immersion with unique shore excursions. • Travelers seeking an over-the-top experience with ultra-luxury everything. • Cruises seeking an international atmosphere. • Travelers seeking a large ship with high-end amenities.
• Cruisers with a great deal of knowledge about the fine arts and cuisine, and experts in matters of taste. • Travelers looking for exceptional service and a level of comfort and style rare in today’s world. Crystal Cruises
MinimumAge: Crystal Cruises is unable to accommodate children less than six months of age and reserves the right to restrict the number of those less than three years of age aboard the ships. Children under 6 are not allowed on Crystal Expedition Cruises. Children’s Programs: Extensive Babysitting: Yes Tickets: http://www.cruisecompete.com/lines/crystal_cruises.html See the Top 10 chapter for complete information! Click here for full line info. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises Hapag-Lloyd Cruises MinimumAge: Eight months when sailing within Europe; two years for all other destinations. Age recommendation for voyages for young discoverers: 10 to 17 years Children’s Programs: Moderate Babysitting: Yes Pregnancy Policy: Expectant mothers who are or will be less than 24 weeks pregnant at the time of embarkation must produce a certificate from an appropriate medical specialist (gynecologist) confirming that they are fit to travel in the territory covered by the cruise itinerary. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises is unable to carry expectant mothers in the 24th week of pregnancy at the time of
embarkation or who will enter the 24th week of pregnancy during the cruise. Tickets: http://allthingscruise.com/browse-cruise-lines/hapaglloydcruises/
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