Crystal Cruises changes things up with a completely new approach to their usual way of travel. The American Luxury Cruise line has taken to the skies with their new custom cabin onboard a Boeing 777, providing affluent travelers an unforgettable experience as they fly around the globe to some of their favorite travel destinations. The interior of the jet, designed by Greenpoint Technologies based in Kirkland, Washington, includes four dining tables that seat up to six people each, a climate-controlled wine storage, two mohair-covered sofas, and an expansive arched lounge with bar.
The custom cabin, which in standard configuration can carry an average of 380 passengers, has been remodeled to accommodate no more than 84 passengers. Each seat is brilliantly upholstered in quilted leather, and is able to fully recline to a 73.5 inch-long-lie-flat-bed whilst retaining complete seclusion from other passengers onboard. In addition, each seat possesses an in-flight entertainment system that features luxuries such as a 24 inch flat-screen, Wi-Fi, and USB & power ports. The cabin also offers two galleries and four private restrooms that include broad mirrors and gray oak veneer cabinets.
Crystal AirCruises are currently booking around-the-world itineraries on the Boeing 777, which will last as long as two weeks to a month. The first being a 27-day trip that features stays at all ten Peninsula hotels. The flight is priced at $159,000 per person and begins on August 30th in New York with layovers in Bangkok, Tokyo, Manila, Shanghai, and Paris.
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