If you've taken a few cruises before, you may be accustomed to large, luxurious ships appointed with every possible amenity. Cruising the Mediterranean is different. Ships (including those of Louis Cruise Lines) are generally smaller and more agile, better suited for navigating the shallow waters and small ports of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas. These mid-sized ships are practical, comfortable, and equipped with all necessary modern conveniences. But they may offer more basic cabin amenities, less on-board entertainment, and fewer dining options than larger ocean liners. Some meals may feature buffet style service and limited a la carte selections. Think of these ships as good 3-star hotels providing convenient and comfortable transport through the Greek Isles - which are the true reason for your cruise
The MV Cristal has 483 staterooms and suites, can carry over 1200 passengers. Most of her 318 outside staterooms have large windows and some with balconies. Her 165 inside staterooms are above sea level and are tastefully decorated and equipped with individually controlled air-conditioning, closet space, shower & toilet, TV, telephone and hairdryer.
The MV Cristal also features various dining areas, a double tiered show lounge, several bars, spa facilities, beauty salon, outdoor swimming pool with a retractable glass cover, casino and a duty free shop area.
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|Length: 162 m||Breadth: 25.6|
|Tonnage: 25,611 tons||Draught: 6.10 m|
|Cruising Speed: 18 knots||Passenger Decks: 9|
|Total Staterooms: 476||Passenger Capacity: 1278|
|Total Crew: 400||Built: 1992|
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