Crystal’s president & CEO, Tom Wolber, shared first glimpse of the luxury accommodations onboard the yacht during the 27th Annual Sales Gala of Crystal held aboard Crystal Symphony, celebrating company’s top producers.
At 19,800 GRT, Endeavor will be the world's biggest, most spacious purpose-built polar class expedition yacht in the world, accommodating only 200 passengers and boasting the luxurious amenities for which the cruise company is well known.
According to Wolber, Crystal Endeavor’s suites are a major part of the overall experience and will be "private havens of relaxation and personal service.”
The accommodations aboard Crystal Endeavor will be industry game-changers, as the biggest, most spacious suites found in expedition cruising, featuring butler service and private verandah for every suite.
Luxury touches include heated storage for drying parkas, walk-in closets, king-sized beds, spa-like bathrooms with dual vanities, anti-fog mirrors, rain-showerheads and adjustable heated floors. State-of-the-art technological amenities will enhance guest experience with fine details, such as ambient lighting, bedside iPads and interactive streaming TVs in every suite that offer cruise information and many international daily newspapers.
The 100 suites aboard Crystal Endeavor will include 2 Crystal Penthouse Suites (985-1,130 ft2), 8 Penthouse Suites (457 ft2) and 90 Deluxe Suites (304 ft2). The larger of the 2 Crystal Penthouse Suites boasts a 2-bedroom layout, while the other 1-bedroom plan connects to the adjacent Deluxe Suite via an adjoining entry, best for families and friends sailing together. Both provide dedicated dining areas along with butler’s prep space for in-suite dining. The Penthouse and Deluxe Suites offer separate sleeping and sitting areas, desk vanity areas and private verandahs.
The 100-suite Crystal Endeavor is set to debut in 2020. Details of vessel’s itineraries will be announced at a later date.