NYK is proud to announce that Crystal Cruises* of NYK Group has been selected as the “Best in Luxury” by U.S. travel agents, industry marketing executives, and CEOs at the world's largest travel companies participating in Travel Weekly’s 2010 Readers’ Choice Awards. This recognition complements a host of others Crystal has earned from travel agents in 2010, including:
+ “Best Luxury Cruise” and “Best Cruise Line for Luxury Suite (for Crystal Serenity’s Penthouse Suite with Verandah)” from Luxury Travel Advisor magazine
+ “Best Cruise Line” in the luxury category from Recommend magazine
+ “Luxury Cruise Partner of the Year” from Vacations.com
+ “Best Luxury Cruise” from Vacation Agent magazine
+ “Cruise Line with the Highest Client Satisfaction (less than 1,100 passengers)” from TravelAge West.
“This is an extraordinary achievement,” says Gregg Michel, president of Crystal Cruises. “Our focus has been to make our legendary product the very best in the luxury service business, not just the luxury cruise industry. Awards of this caliber let us know we are meeting the high expectations of experienced luxury travelers and wowing those cruise vacationers who have moved up to Crystal Cruises.”
Crystal Cruises has also consistently been voted the “World’s Best” by the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine and Condé Nast Traveler. In addition, in the UK edition of the Condé Nast Traveler, readers selected Crystal Cruises as “Favourite Cruise Line” in the large-ship category.
The NYK Group continues to make efforts to improve customer service, provide the best cruise-ship experience, and earn the greatest customer support.
* Crystal Cruises
Crystal Cruises was founded in 1988 and offers a range of luxury cruises on its two ships, Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity, which were recently recognized as the top two medium-sized cruise ships in the world.
> Crystal Symphony: 51,044 tons; 922-guest capacity
> Crystal Serenity: 68,870 tons; 1,070-guest capacity
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