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A Supper Club Debuts Aboard Crystal Serenity.

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Stardust Supper Club, Crystal SerenityCrystal Cruises has announced the debut of a new Supper Club experience on Crystal Serenity when she emerges from dry dock November 10, 2018.

The Stardust Supper Club will combine culinary experience and style with the glamorous vibe found in dining concepts of a different era, according to the press release. Set in the ship’s Stardust Club, the supper club will be offered on the first and final “Black Tie Optional”* evenings of voyages beginning with cruises of eight days or more.

“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,” said Toni Neumeister, Crystal’s senior vice president of hotel operations.

Guests will enjoy a four-course menu of select Waterside favorites as they dine to performances by Crystal Serenity’s Show Band and featured vocalists. In between performances, musicians will provide non-stop music throughout dinner, while the ship’s Ballroom Dance Quartet takes to the floor to perform a couple of spotlight dances including one during dessert and coffee service where guests can join in on the dancing.

The Stardust Supper Club will accommodate up to 108 guests per evening, with reservations available upon embarkation with the restaurant manager aboard the ship. At a later date, reservations can be made via Crystal’s Priority Check-in and Planning Center (PCPC). Seating will begin at 6:30 p.m. giving guests time to dine and dance before the night’s 9:15 p.m. show begins in the Galaxy Lounge.

Open seating dining will debut aboard Crystal Serenity, allowing guests to dine at their leisure with whom and where they choose. The Crystal Dining Room will be transformed into Waterside, with an increased seating capacity with more tables for two and four, and new décor and finishes.

Silk Road will be re-branded as Umi Uma & Sushi Bar, and will continue to serve Nobu’s famous signature dishes. Tastes will become Silk Kitchen & Bar, serving Chinese comfort food; and Lido Café becomes The Marketplace in the daytime and Churrascaria, a Brazilian steakhouse, in the evening. Prego, Crystal’s Italian restaurant, will continue to serve guest-favorite regional specialties of Italy.

*Black Tie Optional” evenings are based on itinerary. Eight to 10-day itineraries may have up to one Black Tie Optional evening; 11- to 16-day voyages have two Black Tie Optional evenings; and World, Grand, Holiday, Crossings and voyages of 17 days or more may have additional Black Tie Optional evenings depending on the cruise, special events and occasions.

(Photo courtesy of Crystal Cruises)

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