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Published on : Monday, February 4, 2013
Crystal Cruises has secured the rights to air Super Bowl XLVII live on board its ships this Sunday, despite Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony being oceans away from the U.S., in Peru and New Zealand (respectively). So that guests may share in the victory and defeat together, the ultra-luxe line will also throw big-screen viewing parties, with everything included complimentary.
Parties will be held in the ships’ Stardust and Starlite Clubs, which will be decorated in themed, Six Star style; there, guests can watch, eat, drink, and/or participate in a football pool. Traditional American football fare like hot dogs, chicken wings, and beer will be served, in addition to cuisine that reflects The Big Easy (host of this year’s Super Bowl), like creole shrimp and New Orleans pecan fudge. Guests can also opt to watch the game in the ships’ surround-sound Hollywood Theatres or in the comfort of their own stateroom, with complimentary room service.
“At Crystal, we strive to make our ships a luxurious home-away-from-home for guests wherever they are in the world,” says Thomas Mazloum, senior vice president operations. “Of course we would go the extra mile to not only bring them the biggest U.S. game of the year, but also throw a great party for it, even if we’re on the far ends of the earth.”