Crystal Cruises has announced that Crystal Serenity will sport a new supper club experience when she emerges from dry dock on November 10. The “Stardust Supper Club” will take place in the ship’s Stardust Club.
The popular venue has been enhanced with a new dance floor, lighting, bar finishes, and refreshed décor, as well as behind the scenes technical improvements.
Supper Club evenings will take place on the first and final black-tie optional evenings on voyages of eight or more days.
“The Stardust Supper Club highlights the music and vibe of the exclusive clubs of the Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin heyday, and perfectly complements the elegance of a formal evening aboard Crystal ships,” said Toni Neumeister, Crystal’s senior vice president of hotel operations. “In keeping with our commitment to offer guests choices to make the Crystal Experience their own, this new dining and entertainment experience is an intimate alternative to the grand occasions found in the Crystal Dining Room, which will be transformed into Waterside during the redesign.”
The Stardust Supper Club will accommodate up to 108 guests per evening. Reservations can be made with the restaurant manager upon embarking. Eventually, reservations will be available via Crystal’s Priority Check-in and Planning Center. Seating for the event begins at 6:30 p.m.
Guests will dine on a four-course menu while listening to performances by Crystal Serenity’s Show Band and featured vocalists. Musicians will perform throughout the dinner. And, the ship’s Ballroom Dance Quartet will perform spotlight dances, inviting guests to join in. The evening ends on time for guests to catch the 9:15 production show in the Galaxy Lounge.
In addition to the Stardust Supper Club, Crystal Serenity will feature a new Broadway-style production show called Crystal on Broadway. The show will include hits from the musicals Rent, Something Rotten! and West Side Story.
Crystal Serenity’s first voyage after her redesign is a November 10 sailing from Lisbon to Fort Lauderdale.
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