Grgich Hills Estate in the Adriatic Aug 27 – Sept 3 2017

Join Violet Grgich, Co-Proprietor & Vice President of Grgich Hills Estate, along with her husband, Colin Shipman, on an intimate voyage along the stunning Adriatic and Ionian Seas via Crystal Cruises super-yacht.  It is a perfect opportunity to explore Travel & Leisures 2016 Destination of the Year, Croatia! Along the way, Violet invites you to join her to visit her family’s Grgic Vina winery in Trstenik on Croatia’s Peljesac peninsula and will share some of her favorite wines from the cellars of Grgich Hills Napa Valley, and Grgic Vina. This sojourn along the stunning Dalmatian Coast is a breathtaking experience where majestic mountains meet crystalline sea and archaeological treasures abound, from UNESCO sites in Sibenik, the Venetian flair of Vis and Hvar – center of Croatian arts and literature. Crystal Esprit hosts no more than 62 privileged guests, though The Grgich Hills Estate group will be smaller still.  This enchanting yacht sails its second and final season in Europe Europe before settling in the West Indies at the end of the year.

Please Note: Guests wishing to participate in all of Grgich Hills Estate events onboard must book through MmMmTravel. Anyone making their reservation elsewhere (including directly with Crystal) will not be included in all Grgich Hills Estate events.   This cruise is currently on a waitlist status.  If you are interested in attending please contact our agency at 831.659.0151

Cruise Highlights

Why Crystal Cruises by MmMmTravel?

Exclusive events hosted by Violet Grgich, Co-Proprietor & Vice President of Grgich Hills Estate include receptions, shore excursions, wine tastings and dinners.

MmMmTravel  Service: A dedicated team of professionals with  over 50 years of experience working together to plan your perfect vacation.

Crystal Cruises’ all-inclusive value provides:

  • Pre-paid gratuities throughout for housekeeping, bar and dining staff
  • Open bar with complimentary fine wines, champagne, premium spirits and non-alcoholic beverages including bottled water, specialty coffees, tea, soft drinks and fresh juices
  • All meals with a diversity of dining venues including The Yacht Club Restaurant, The Terrace and Patio Café, The Grill and The Pantry.
  • Complimentary Shore Excursions ashore, featuring both cultural and adventurous activities, depending on the port. Bicycles for personal excursions.
  • Destination immersion and lectures from experts in relevant areas
  • Cove Lounge available for viewing movies, sporting events and more
  • Nightly entertainment in Cove Lounge with piano player/singer
  • Gym with state-of-the-art fitness equipment
  • Pool and Jacuzzi
  • WiFi/Internet availability (60 mins complimentary per guest per day)
  • Personal butler service 



Date Ports Arrive Depart
Aug 27, Su Venice, Italy Embark 7 pm
  Grgich Hills Estate Welcome Reception & Wine Dinner*
Aug 28, M Rovinj, Croatia 9 am 5 pm
Aug 29, Tu Sibenik, Croatia 9 am 10 pm
Aug 30, W Split, Croatia 9 am overnight
Aug 31, Th Split, Croatia   4:30 am
Vis, Croatia 9 am 7 pm
Grgich Hills Estate Wine Paired Dinner*
Sep 01, F Hvar, Croatia 9 am 11 pm
Sep 02, Sa Korcula, Croatia 9 am 10 pm
  Exclusive visit to the Grgich Wine Estate in Trstenik*
  Grgich Hills Estate Farewell Reception & Wine Dinner*
Sep 03, Su Dubrovnik, Croatia Disembark am

*Events, times, locations subject to final confirmation once aboard ship.  Invitations will be delivered evening prior to event.  There are additional costs to participate in our exclusive  excursions. However, all  other Grgich Hills Estate onboard events are complimentary to you as a guest of  MmMmTravel & Grgich Hills Estate.  Only guests booked through MmMmTravel will have access to all Grgich Hills Estate events.



This voyage is currently accepting waitlist reservations. Please call 831.659.0151 for more information.

Suite MmMmTravel
Past Guest Savings
S4 – Yacht Suite
Deck 2 Fwd: 223 sq. ft
$6,370 (waitlisted) $159
S3 – Yacht Suite
Deck 2 Aft: 280 sq. ft
$6,530 (waitlisted) $163
S2 – Yacht Suite
Deck 2: 280 sq. ft
$6,855 (waitlisted) $171
S1 – Yacht Suite
Deck 3: 280 sq. ft
$7,200 (waitlisted) $180
Owner’s Suite
Deck 2: 515 sq. ft
$12,955 (waitlisted) $324

Your Cruise-Only Yacht Fare includes all dining, all beverages including fine wines, champagne, premium spirits and all non-alcoholic beverages such as bottled water, soft drinks and specialty coffees; gratuities for housekeeping, spa, dining and bar staff; butler service; choice of complimentary shore-excursions available in every port and much more.

*MmMmTravel Fares are per person in U.S. dollars, double occupancy and do not include taxes, fees and port charges of $280. Single traveler rates available upon request. All offers may not be combinable with other promotions, apply to first two full-fare guests in stateroom or suite, are capacity-controlled, subject to availability and may be withdrawn or changed at any time without notice. Optional Personal Select Air Program is available to purchase for full-fare, full-cruise guests whose travel originates from a U.S. or Canadian airport, and include all government fees and taxes.  Crystal Society savings are per person based on double occupancy. For Cruise Fare and Promotional Information click here. For General Ticket Terms and Conditions, click here. Crystal Cruises reserves the right to correct errors or omissions and to change any and all fares, fees, promotions and programs at any time with or without notice.



mapVenice rests three miles off the coast of mainland Italy and is considered one of the world’s most enchanting cities. Known as the “Queen of the Adriatic,” it actually comprises more than 100 separate islands. Laced together by a string of 400 intricate bridges, Venice is legendary for its labyrinthine network of canals. A whimsical stroll through the city can lead one to a hidden world of ornately decorated piazzas and shops. As you explore colorful marketplaces and busy town squares, marvel at a priceless legacy of Baroque architecture. Admire the richness of St. Mark’s Basilica and the lavishness of the Palazzo Ducale. Getting lost in Venice can be a truly delightful experience. The place of dreams, this romantic city will live long in your memory.

Tucked up under the arm of the Adriatic where Croatia meets Italy, Rovinj reflects a cross-section of cultures, not just of neighboring Italy but also of Greece, Austria and the Slavic nations. Empires have been competing over this wooded and strategically located region for centuries, contributing to Croatia’s rich tapestry of history along the way. The resulting complex and vibrant fabric, ever-evolving as time weaves, is yours to discover with your visit. One of the most striking of Rovinj’s buildings is the Church of St. Euphemia, with its bell tower rising above the city. Around every corner seems a grand gesture of architecture or quaint cafe. If you aren’t careful, you may begin to think you are wandering the cobbled lanes of Venice, as Rovinj’s colorful facades and charming piazzas are not far from the once-governing canal city, just two hours away by ferry across the gulf.

Sibenik is a unique place. Unlike many other cities on the Adriatic coast, Sibenik was founded by Croats and not by Romans, producing an interesting regional story and a collection of remarkable architecture. One example is Sibenik’s central church, the Cathedral of St. James, built completely in stone between 1431 and 1536 and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. Sibenik’s Mediterranean climate and volleyed possession among Venice, Byzantium, Hungary and Bosnia give it a sun-glow warmth and distinct heritage. Laid out over an archipelago, the city rises up in layers from the harbor, fanning out from St. Anne’s Fortress and into a maze of narrow alleys and squares. If the attractions—and attractiveness—of the town center are not enough, then visit one of the area’s two national parks, Kornati, an archipelago of about 150 small islands, and Krka, famous for waterfalls and archaeological treasures.

Split was first settled when, at the end of the third century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace in the charming city. The importance of Diocletian’s Palace far transcends local significance because of its level of preservation and the buildings of succeeding historical periods found within its walls, which today form the very heart of old Split. The palace is one of the most famous and integral architectural and cultural constructs on the Croatian Adriatic coast. The seaport of Split lies on the Dalmation coast. It is the economic and administrative center of Middle Dalmatia, with about 200,000 inhabitants. Split’s growth became particularly rapid in the 7th century, when the inhabitants of the destroyed Greek and Roman metropolis Salonae took refuge within its walls. The lovely ruins of Solin, located outside the city, can still be explored today. Split has a long tradition of collecting and caring for monuments. This interest appeared as early as the Renaissance. Diocletian’s Palace, Mestrovic Gallery, the Archaeological Museum and the Temple of Jupiter are just a few of the impressive museums and galleries that shouldn’t be missed

Farthest from the mainland and until 1989 a military base for the Yugoslav National Army, the tiny isle of Vis has mostly escaped modern development, making it an appealing place to find a bit of Mediterranean authenticity. Fishing and wine are longstanding traditions, still alive and well in maritime villages, homey cafes and vineyard expanses. While relatively distant from its own Croatian mainland, Vis is culturally close to Venice, as Vis was once under the rule of the Republic of Venice. This rich history can be seen in the island’s architecture, humble and rustic with a Venetian flair. For the nature lover, there is much to make the heart flutter, from pretty pebble beaches and rugged shoreline to secluded coves and the ever-present blue waters of the Adriatic.

This small island located in the center of the Mediterranean is a nature-lover’s delight. The arrival of Croatians to Hvar in the Middle Ages turned this temperate island into the center of Croatian arts and literature, thus ensuing the production of extraordinary works in sculpture, paintings and music. Greeks founded their first colony here in 358 BC, and since then Hvar has survived frequent changes of occupancy throughout the Middle Ages and into modern times. The impact of the long period of Venetian rule is most evident in the town of Hvar, where there are numerous reminders of the glorious Renaissance Movement. Today, Hvar offers stretches of beaches that melt into the azure waters of the Mediterranean—a paradise to tourists and locals alike. Year round, the sun shines brightly on the splendid island of Hvar, making its limestone towns sparkle amid the fertile green hills, rocky terrain, and the surrounding sea of clear cobalt blue. Situated between the islands of Brač, Vis and Korcula, Hvar is the longest island in the Adriatic Sea, and it boasts one of the most beautiful landscapes nature has created. The climate is unmatched, and the clear, fresh air will refresh your soul. The magic of Hvar is eternal, its beauty is unforgettable.

Long stretches of beaches, rocky mountains within reach of the sea, fervent summers, untouched nature and unique city monuments make up the beautiful country Croatia. The town of Kor?ula is the historical, cultural and political center of the island. Considered the birthplace of Marco Polo, Kor?ula’s history and tradition are apparent when you walk along the paved streets and squares of this lovely town. Cultural and historical monuments such as the Treasury of the Abbey, the City Museum and the Museum of Icons can all be found in Korcula.

Though it has only recently re-emerged as an independent nation, Croatia is by no means a new country. There were settlements along the Dalmatian Coast before recorded time. When Slavic people migrated here in the 6th century, they converted to Catholicism and adopted the local Latin alphabet. The region eventually became part of the powerful Kingdom of Croatia. Medieval Dubrovnik, formerly the Republic of Ragusa, was one of several walled cities established in the 7th century to guard the coastal approaches. Its fortification was completed in the 13th century and has remained relatively unchanged. The city walls are in excellent condition and today prevent invasion by automobiles. Within the walls, the lovely sleek lines of Venetian-style buildings complement a wealth of ancient stone architecture. Nearby islands feature beautiful beaches & ancient ruins.



Crystal Esprit

Meet Crystal Esprit—Designed for just 62 discerning individuals who seek privileged access to some of the world’s most beautiful maritime destinations.  While the ultimate luxury lies in the yacht’s relaxed, unregimented pace, the Crystal yachting lifestyle is enhanced with an unrivaled level of amenities and services that only the World’s Most Awarded Luxury Cruise Line™ can deliver – in bold, exhilarating fashion.


Esprit deck plan for webpage

Yacht Suite Categories S1, S2, S3 & S4  Accommodations and Details:


  • Drapery & Sheers
  • Custom carpet throughout
  • Modern nightstands w/ integrated outlets (110V/240V) & sconces above
  • Flat screen, high definition TV hidden within exquisite millwork
  • Hidden personal safe in drawer
  • Linen storage
  • Interactive bedside iPad, with  various features  including alarm clock, digital information, room service, and more
  • Wi-Fi/Internet available (internet will be complimentary to all guests, 60 minutes, per person per day)
  • Power Sockets:  110/220V, USB Port

Seating area

  • Side table with table lamps
  • Sofa with adjustable-height table for dining
  • Lounge chair
  • Artwork
  • Desk with shelving & integrated lighting above
  • Concealed minibar fridge with shelving and concealed lighting
  • Full-height hanging custom closet with integrated lighting
  • Separate double-hanging custom closet with integrated lighting (adjacent to full-height closet)


  • Categories S1 – S3 Bed:  King Size (193cm x 203cm = 76in x 80in)
  • Category S4 Bed: Queen Size (152cm x 203cm = 66in x 80in)


  • Built-in storage for bathroom amenities
  • Double vanity with under-mount sink, backlit mirror
  • Artwork
  • Stone flooring throughout
  • Glass-enclosed shower
  • Stone threshold into bathroom from cabin area
  • ETRO Robes/Slippers
  • ETRO Amenities
  • Power Sockets:  110/220V , USB
  • Hairdryer

Butler Service

  • Unpacking and packing upon request
  • Optional Experience Arrangements (Wider, Boutique adventures)
  • In-suite room service

Hospitality Service

  • Twice daily housekeeping including evening turndown
  • Self-Service Washer/Dryer available for your convience on each guest deck


  • 42” Flat Screen , high definition, satellite TV concealed within exquisite millwork
  • Movie/Limited Content Channels depending on signal; Swank Media Player, movies on demand
  • Daily Program/Activities/Announcements available via in suite provided iPad
  • On screen daily Yacht reports and activities available in suite provided via iPad

Owner’s Suite Accommodations and Details:


  • Bed:  King size
  • Occupancy:  2  adults, third berth by request (pull-out sofa bed)
  • Decorative full-length mirror
  • Stone flooring throughout dining room
  • Bar with under-counter built-in fridge
  • Dining table for four with pendant lighting
  • Custom closet with integrated lighting
  • Console/desk with upholstered bench underneath
  • Stone threshold between dining and living room/s
  • Interactive bedside iPad, with  various features including alarm clock, digital information, room service, and more
  • Wi-Fi/Internet available (internet will be complimentary to all guests, 60 minutes, per person per day)
  • Power Sockets:  110/220V, USB Port

Living room; ocean view

  • Metal screen with integrated TV and art (on wall separating dining and living rooms)
  • Decorative screen
  • Sofa with two end tables
  • Two sitting chairs
  • Custom carpet

Bedroom; enter from living room; ocean views

  • King size bed w/ wood/fabric wrapped headboard w/ concealed lighting
  • 100% Egyptian Cotton Bed Linens and Cover
  • Cantilevered stone-clad nightstands w/ integrated outlets and sconces above
  • Custom bench at foot of bed w/ linen storage below
  • Flat screen, high definition TV
  • Sitting chair with side table
  • Custom carpet


  • Double vanity with under-mount sink, backlit mirror w/ integrated TV
  • Glass-enclosed shower w/ recessed niche
  • Bath tub with separate shower
  • Wall-mounted Toto washlet toilet
  • Recessed niche (for amenities)/Recessed niche lighting
  • Stone flooring throughout

Bathroom Amenities

  • ETRO Robes/Slippers
  • ETRO Amenities
  • Power Sockets:  110/220V , USB
  • Hairdryer

Butler Service

  • Unpacking and packing upon request
  • Optional Experience Arrangements (submarine, Wider, Boutique adventures)
  • In-suite room service

Hospitality Service

  • Twice daily housekeeping including evening turndown
  • Self-Service Washer/Dryer available for your convience on each guest deck


  • 60” Flat Screen, high definition satellite TV hidden within exquisite millwork
  • Movie/Limited Content Channels depending on signal; Swank Media Player, movies on demand
  • Daily Program/Activities/Announcements available via in suite provided iPad
  • On screen daily Yacht reports and activities available in suite provided via iPad

General Yacht Specifications

  • Total berths: 62
  • Including third berths: 75
  • Total guest suites: 31
  • Owner’s Suite (1) 515 square feet / 47.8 square meter
  • Yacht Suite (28) 280 square feet  / 26.0 square meter
  • Yacht Suite (2) 223 square feet / 20.7 square meter
  • Total crew: 91
  • Guest space ratio: 53.9
  • Guest to Crew ratio: 1.47
  • Three meter draft


Violet Grgich

Violet on Bench (390x450)

Vice President of Sales & Marketing

Violet’s passion for wine began at an early age, as she literally grew up accompanying her father, Vintners Hall of Fame inductee Miljenko “Mike” Grgich, in the vineyards and cellar. She spent her summers at the winery, doing everything from bottling line work to laboratory analysis and working in the tasting room.

Attending the University of California, Davis, Violet earned a BA in music while taking classes in biology, chemistry, and enology.  After graduation, she returned home to Grgich Hills to continue her education in the wine business, learning about daily operations of the winery from her father, Miljenko “Mike” Grgich. She received her Master of Music in harpsichord at Indiana University, and then joined the winery fulltime in 1988. She’s now responsible for daily management of the winery, as well as sales and marketing. She says that she has the ideal job: “I believe that wine is part of a healthy, happy and long life. Wine brings people together and makes them happy, which makes my job extraordinarily fulfilling.”

Involved with every aspect of the wine business, Violet enjoys wearing many different hats, often at the same time.  She explains, “My dad insisted that in order to lead the winery I needed to work at every single position, starting at the bottom.” Violet continues to enjoy learning something new each day and following her grandfather’s and father’s philosophy of “Every day do something just a little better.”


Miljenko “Mike” Grgich

Croatian Wine’s Finest Hour: Miljenko Grgich and the Judgement of Paris Turning 40: Total Croatia News

mikeTony Butala, winemaker and singer with Miljenko “Mike” Grgich, and the author, in 2015 at the 35th Anniversary of “The Great Chicago Chardonnay Showdown” victory celebration at the Grgich Hills Estate. By Steve Rukavina, 19 May 2016

The man from Dalmatia who shook up the famous winemakers of France in 1976 is honored again at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

Miljenko Grgich, the “King of Chardonnay,” was honored again by the Smithsonian National Museum of American History this past Monday, May 16, 2016. It was a pleasure for me to attend and hear more accolades about the famous Croatian winemaker’s achievements. Violet Grgich, represented her father well in Washington, DC by describing his love affair with grapes and sharing more secrets and nuances about his commitment to excellence in making such world class wine.

May 24, 2016 was the 40th Anniversary of the famous “Judgement of Paris” and writer George Taber calls it ” the historic 1976 Paris tasting that revolutionized wine.” How did the youngest of eleven children from a Croatian family in Desne Croatia, go from being an obscure winemaker in Napa, to being an overnight sensation by winning the Paris wine tasting with an American Chardonnay? It’s quite a story.

In 1976, Miljenko Grgich was the winemaker for Chateau Montelena winery. He really believed that their Chardonnay was world class and could compete with the French Burgundies, considered the best in the world.

Steve Spurrier, an Englishman running a boutique wine shop in Paris, came up with the novel idea of arranging a blind tasting in 1976 to honor America’s Bicentennial celebration and to pair the finest French wines against the up-and-coming winemakers from California. Who would have guessed that this blind tasting in Paris would catapult Miljenko Grgich into the international wine spotlight? It was surprising to hear directly from Miljenko that he did not even know that winery owner Jim Barrett had entered their 1973 Chateau Montelena into such an important Paris tasting and thought Jim was more on a wine romp through France.

The results on May 24th at the Intercontinental Hotel in Paris were truly astounding. The winner among reds was the 1973 Cabernet from Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, the Napa wine made by Warren Winiarski. Next, it was by an even bigger margin that Miljenko’s 1973 Chardonnay from Chateau Montelena topped world class French Meursault-Charmes for highest honors with white wine and the world renowned Batard-Montrachet and Puligny-Montrachet wines ranked a distant seventh and eighth.

The panel of nine French judges led by Pierre Brejoux had chosen Miljenko’s Chardonnay over the world’s best French Burgundies. It’s interesting that only one of those judges had ever tasted a Californina wine before that tasting. The French people and wine experts blamed Steve Spurrier, the Englishmen for this debacle and still did not want to admit the California wines could be judged superior to their French wines even though it was a blind tasting with all French judges. Yes, the man who wears a French beret and his wine had beat the French and the “Judgement of Paris” had now confirmed Miljenko Grgich and Napa Valley as world class winemakers. As Miljenko proudly told me, “it was so historical that an American Chardonnay had beaten the best French Burgundies.

You can imagine Miljenko’s surprise when a Western Union telegram arrived at the winery on May 26th, saying “Stunning Paris Tasting on May 24th Took First Place Over 9 Others,” and Bo Barrett there that day in 1976 said that Miljenko broke into a Croatian jig and so too did the rest of the staff. The next day, Miljenko was even more surprised when Frank Priall from the New York Times called and said he wanted to send a three person team to interview him. The famous wine journalist from the New York Times goes on to write, “The fact is that the best American vineyards and wineries can produce extraordinary wines. George Taber of Time magazine, the only journalist who attended the Paris tasting that day and author of the wonderful book “Judgement of Paris” wrote in 1976, “The unthinkable happened; California defeated Gaul.” Famous American wine critic, Robert M. Parker, Jr. wrote in 2001, “The Paris Tasting destroyed the myth of French supremacy and marked the democratization of the wine world. It was a watershed in the history of wine.”

Miljenko, now age 94, still considers this Paris victory, such a big accomplishment and with it that his 1973 Chateau Montelena Chardonnay wine, beret and suitcase from Croatia are in public display at the Smithsonian Museum. Also, the “History of America in 101 Objects” chose the Julia Child’s kitchen with and including that 1973 Chateau Montelena masterfully craft by Miljenko and these “101 Objects” were chosen from out of 137 million artifacts and items available through the Smithsonian collection.

In 1976, Miljenko became the co-owner of the Grgich Hills winery and finally working for himself and did not waste any time in achieving another milestone victory with his Chardonnay. His victory with his first vintage of his 1977 Grgich Hills Chardonnay in the 1980 Chicago Chardonnay wine tasting and chosen from the best 221 Chardonnays from all over the world, was another hugely significant wine accomplishment. He’s extremely proud of the fact that the Chicago success was under the Grgich Hills name and trademark. This Chicago achievement again propelled Miljenko Grgich, even more into the spotlight as a shining star of American viticulture and a premier world class winemaker.

Miljenko stressed with me that his overnight success was not luck that “fell out of the sky” but was a lifetime of pursuing excellence step-by-step everyday. His dad’s words about doing your best and trying to learn something new everyday, associating with people who know more than you and making a new friend everyday, was great advice that helped him throughout his winemaking career.

Violet, Miljenko’s daughter, proudly announced that Miljenko’s biography is now published and “A Glass Full of Miracles” is a must read for any proud Croatian who wants to enjoy a remarkable story about someone who escaped communism and became an inductee into the Vintners Hall of Fame. You can get a copy of this 416 page book full of historic and colorful pictures at

Miljenko is extremely proud of his role in helping Professor Carole Meredith from UC Davis in tracking down the origins of Zinfandel to the coast of Croatia. It took a Croatian wine enthusiast like him to collaborate with a famous American grapevine geneticist to discover Zinfandel’s counterpart, “Crljenak Kastelanski” on the Dalmatian coast near Split, to solve the mystery and find Zinfandel’s true roots. Miljenko is also, pleased that he has been able to share many of his winemaking secrets with Croatian winemakers and was proud to return to Croatia after a 35 year absence to visit a free and democratic Croatia and then purchased a winery in Trstenik, where one can find and enjoy his world class Grgic Posip and Plavac Mali wines.

In closing, I believe Miljenko Grgich is the most famous Croatian American of all time. He never forgets to talk about Croatia when interviewed about his Grgich Hills wines and anyone who talks with Miljenko for even ten minutes, will know and hear that he’s a proud Croatian. It’s a long way for Miljenko, from Desne, Croatia and through Zagreb and Canada to Napa Valley and into the Vintner’s Hall of Fame. It’s a truly amazing life that Miljenko Grgich has led with so many glasses, full of miracles that have been part of his historic and successful winemaking career. For a Croatian American like myself, to be able to go to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History in Washington DC, to see a Croatian’s achievements being honored and on display is incredibly inspiring.


About Crystal Cruises

In addition to our Taste of Life amenities, Crystal’s all-inclusive value provides:

Fine Dining

  • The Yacht Club Restaurant serves contemporary and classic specialties as well as innovative tasting menus created by Crystal’s award-winning chefs, all using the finest and freshest local ingredients available; serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. (indoor)
  • The Terrace and Patio Café offers freshly prepared and, where possible, regionally inspired presentations of small plates, creative salads, gourmet charcuterie, cheeses and pastries; serving breakfast and lunch. (indoor/outdoor)
  • The Grill features a menu of burgers, wraps and, location permitting, “global street food” served tapas-style to reflect the destinations visited.
  • The Pantry is the “go-to” self-service bistro and wine bar open 24 hours a day with a curated selection of coffees, vintage wines, light snacks and freshly baked pastries; the perfect indulgence to satisfy your craving day or night. (indoor)
  • Complimentary select fine wines, champagne and premium spirits throughout the yacht
  • Open-bar service throughout the yacht
  • Gratuities for all shipboard staff throughout the yacht
  • Non-alcoholic beverages including bottled water, specialty coffee drinks, soft drinks, fresh juices and Afternoon Tea service
  • Welcome champagne
  • 24-hour room service


Enrichment & Entertainment

  • Destination immersion and lectures from experts in relevant areas
  • Cove Lounge available for viewing movies, sporting events and more
  • Nightly entertainment in Cove Lounge with piano player/singer
  • A dedicated fitness and activities director to assist you choose the right excursions and physical fitness activities
  • Crystal Adventures ashore, featuring both cultural and soft/extreme adventures, depending on the port
  • Special activities led by specialists, such as yoga, meditation, photography, even drone flying



  • Gym with state-of-the-art Technogym ™ fitness equipment including treadmill, stationary bicycle, elliptical and Kinesis machines, as well as free weights
  • Mats available for outdoor stretch, yoga, mat Pilates
  • Pool and Jacuzzi
  • Marina/Water Sports: Enjoy a wide variety of complimentary amenities and sports equipment
  • A wide variety of aquatic equipment usually found only on a private mega-yacht will be at the fingertips of active guests –water skis, wake boards, kayaks, jet skis, scuba/snorkel equipment and even fishing rods
  • Bicycles for personal excursions ashore
  • Top-quality gear and equipment, professional instruction and guidance, and the chance to try something for the first time, or … to pursue a familiar activity important even during your holiday


Suite Services & Amenities

  • Personal butler service with gratuities included
  • Unpacking and packing upon request
  • Pressing and shoe shine
  • Stocked bar
  • In-stateroom satellite TV and movie choices
  • Twice-daily housekeeping with nightly turndown service
  • Complimentary soft drinks and bottled water as well as complimentary select beer, wine and spirits upon request
  • ETRO Bathrobes and Slippers, 100% Egyptian cotton linens, and a menu of pillow options
  • Self-service launderettes
  • In-suite iPads for entertainment, daily news, shipboard information etc.
  • WiFi/Internet availability (60 minutes complimentary per guest per day, with additional connectivity available)


We will respond to your request within 1 business day. Please remember that our response to your query may accidentally be directed to your junk mail folder. To make a reservation please contact us directly at 831.659.0151 or via email at