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Marine Design Annual
Interior Design Project
Crystal Cruise’s Mozart:
Humming Along with
New Interior Out? t
Please come see us Nov.30-Dec.2 at
The Workboat Show Booth # 333
Mozart is Crystal Cruises ? rst venture into
European river cruising and began passen- ger service in July 2016. R&M Sea Level
Marine was contracted by Crystal Cruises to renovate all the cabins and suites as well as the reception lobby. Designed by
II BY IV Design of Toronto renovations in- cluded: 69 Deluxe and Window Suites
Completely re? t bathrooms with new natural sandstone walls and ? oors, Euro- pean sliding glass shower enclosures and
Vanities with In-mirror TV connection to the vessels entertainment network. Cabins in- clude all new custom wardrobe, desk and night stand built-in furniture and luxurious upholstered headboards. Lighting is all
Lutron automated LED that offers passen- gers easy touch control of the cabin mood throughout the day and evening. Guests control entertainment, lighting, tempera- ture and communication with hotel staff and room service via an IPad located con- veniently bedside.
12 Penthouse Suites
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In addition to the Lighting, entertainment and IPad controls offered in deluxe suites, the twelve Penthouse cabins offer passen- gers increased space to relax and view the
European scenery through ? oor to ceiling sliding vista windows. Suites feature walk- in closets with private vanity dressing area as well as en-suite tubs and showers.
2 Crystal Penthouses
The most luxurious accommodations aboard Mozart are the two Crystal Pent- houses. These feature a marble entry foyer with Crystal signature chandeliers, a living/dining room with ? replace and
TV concealed behind a framed mirror, a full bedroom, an entry powder room and
ECAP propeller by MMG a complete master bath with luxury tub,
Hadrian marble walls and mosaic marble
BATTERY POWERED VESSELS ? oors.
As the central entry to the vessel and re- ception area the lobby features a seating
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Learn more at the central stair, behind the desk a glowing emerald green glass furniture piece repre- 6$)(560$57(5*5((1(5 sents an old hotel key box. www.marinelink.com 35
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