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REGAL REALMS

V4215

Stockholm to Copenhagen on Crystal Symphony
DATES : July 4 - 14, 2014 (10 Days)  CRUISE-ONLY FARES FROM : $4,340 Per Person

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Enjoy complimentary enrichment that inspires and choices that impress with instruction in topics from Pilates to Photoshop. Also featured on every Crystal cruise is a delightful combination of entertainers and guest speakers that include world affairs experts, renowned writers and fascinating celebrities to talk about their professional experiences and share their insights.

Cruise 4215 - Regal Realms

Northern Europe
Stockholm to Copenhagen
July 4 to July 14, 2014
10 days (1 sea day) aboard Crystal Symphony

*Theme: 2014 President's Cruise  

Captain

Ralf Zander

Hotel Director

Josef Matt

Cruise Director

Paul McFarland

Maître D'

Remi Szutkiewicz

Crystal Society Hostess

Jaque Brown

Cruise Sales Consultant

Daniele Puma

Headline Entertainer

Mark Haslam, Magician

Magic Castle At Sea

Mark Haslam

Lounge Pianists

Mark Farris, Avenue Saloon
Tom Daniels
, Crystal Cove

Production Shows

Featuring the Crystal Ensemble of Singers and Dancers    
Curtain Call
Diva starring Karen Grainger
iLuminate: Imagine

Maestro
Route 66  
(Please note: not all shows are performed on all cruises).

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Special Guest Celebrity

Sir Roger Moore, CBE (Monaco)
Born Clapham, London, 1927, the son of a London policeman, Roger Moore attended Hackford Road Elementary School and then Battersea Grammar School. Evacuated to Worthing at the outbreak of World War II, he returned to London in 1943 and after leaving school worked as a tracer/filler/office boy with the animation company, Publicity Picture Productions. He was fired after a short time! In 1944 he was accepted by the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and attended for three terms. He then joined the Cambridge Arts Theatre Repertory Company. In 1945 he was called up for National Service and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant and then promoted to Captain in the Combined Services Entertainment. At the end of his Army service he worked as an assistant stage manager at the BBC Studios at Alexander Palace and supplemented his salary by working as an advertising model. Then came a small part in the West End production of Mister Roberts and understudying David Tomlinson in The Little Hut. There followed his American debut and he appeared in A Pin to See the Peepshow on Broadway. It was then that Hollywood beckoned with an MGM contract. In 1957/58 he played the title role in Ivanhoe, returning to England for a total of thirty nine episodes. When he returned to Hollywood in 1958 he was put under contract by Warner Bros. and starred in the TV series The Alaskans (thirty six episodes), Maverick (nineteen episodes) and in 1961 at the end of his contract he left Hollywood. In 1962 came his big break when he was cast as The Saint, the most successful TV series at that time (one hundred and fourteen episodes). Roger Moore then starred in, alongside Tony Curtis, The Persuaders playing the part of Lord Brett Sinclair. Then came the pinnacle of Moore's career in 1972 when he was cast in the title role of the massively successful James Bond, the greatest hero of them all. He continued in this cinematic series for a total of seven productions, slotting in a dozen feature films as the Bond schedules permitted. Roger Moore is a resident of Monaco with his wife Kristina (Lady Moore). He has three children from his former marriage, Deborah (born 1963), Geoffrey (born 1966) and Christian (born 1973). A grand-daughter, Ambra, was born in December, 1998 (Geoffrey and LouLou) and a second grand-daughter, Jessie, was born in September, 1999 (Christian and Heidi). Since 1991, when he was appointed a Special Ambassador to UNICEF, Roger Moore, accompanied by his wife Kristina, has toured the world on field trips and speaking at fundraising events. In 1999 he received the title Goodwill Ambassador to UNICEF. Roger Moore was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) in the Queen’s New Year Honors 1999. In May, 2003 a third grand-daughter, Mia, was born (Geoffrey and Loulou), and a few weeks later Roger Moore was awarded a Knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honors for his charity work. Recent years have seen Roger Moore concentrating on his UNICEF work, but continuing to work in film, TV and on stage when time allows. Most recently he has voiced a number of animated characters in films Here Comes Peter Cottontail, The Fly Who Loved Me, Agent Crush, and Cats And Dogs II. He has also appeared in London’s West End and on Broadway as special guest in The Play What I Wrote. In December, 2009, a grandson, Tristan, was born (Christian and new wife Lara) and in November, 2011 another grandson, Maximilian, was born (Christian and Lara). Roger Moore represents the terminal evolution of the Edwardian hero, the product of the English public school system, capriciousness and a conspiratorial sense of humor.

Celebrity Guest Speaker

Ambassador Marc Ginsberg (Bethesda, MD)
Marc Ginsberg was the first U.S. Ambassador of Jewish heritage to a Middle East nation, appointed to the post by President Clinton. With a three-decade career focused on the Middle East as a diplomat and as an international corporate lawyer, Ginsberg is an expert on the politics and economics of this volatile region. Ginsberg served as the U.S. guide for the first Middle East economic cooperation conference in Morocco. A highly sought-after consultant to several major network and cable news outlets, as well as Al Jazeerah (Arab satellite TV), Ginsberg addresses a variety of audiences on U.S. foreign, defense and economic policy. He provides expert analysis of current world events, including the rebuilding of Afghanistan, conflict with Iraq, and the continuing tensions between Israel and Palestine, giving audiences a comprehensive understanding of key elements in the struggles overseas.

Destination Lecturer

TBA

The Crystal Cruises Creative Learning Institute

Our innovative series of complimentary interactive classes created to enhance our guests quality of life in the areas of Arts & Entertainment, Business & Technology, Lifestyle & Wellness. Guests receive a certificate of completion at the end of the curriculum.

Odyssey Art at Sea Instructor

Get your creative juices flowing using a variety of media in classes taught by our specially trained Odyssey Art at Sea instructor Roberta Socolof (Briarcliff Manor, NY).  

USC School of Cinematic Arts Presents...

Digital Filmmaking: The iPad Moviemaking Course. A fun way to learn the fundamentals of filmmaking. 
Evan Hughes (Los Angeles, CA)
Want to take your home movies to the next level and learn how to share them with family and friends? In five entertaining classes, learn how to shoot and edit short movies using an iPad. Improve your video and photo skills. The course is taught by professionals, but aimed at non-professionals.
Course requirements: please bring your own iPad pre-loaded with the iMovie application. If you do not already own the iMovie for iOS app, you must have iOS7 in order to download iMovie from the App Store. If you have an older version of the iMovie app, be sure to update to the current version. You cannot download the app on board the ship. Please sign up online using the Priority Check-in & Planning Center (PCPC). If you sign up on board, make sure to sign up EARLY, in the Library, as the class size is limited.

Computer University@Sea

Lead Technology Concierge Jessie Moncatar plus Instructor Christine Potvin (Middleton, Canada). Our popular Computer University@Sea program: expanded curriculum of complimentary lectures and classes on a variety of computer-related topics, plus e-mail instruction in our computer center, equipped with 25 state-of-the-art workstations, all equipped for e-mail and Internet access (fees apply).

Wellness

Crystal Cruises' exclusive Walk-on-Water program features The WALKVEST® Training System which revolutionizes walking simply by adding resistance (added weight) to your walk.

Nordic Walking
Crystal Cruises is the only cruise line to offer a Nordic Walking program to help you get more out of your limited exercise time on board. The use of lightweight poles for stability and balance will facilitate your fitness needs even if you have knee or hip issues. Two specially designed adjustable poles work the upper body while walking. Like cross country skiing, the poles are used by the arms to match each step the person takes. Our Fitness Staff will guide you to quickly be deck-walking for fun and fitness. You will be using feather weight aluminum poles provided by the market leader, LEKI®.

Zumba Instructor

Kevin Sateri

Golf Teaching Professional

TBA
Our exclusive program features TaylorMade, the best performance golf company in the world and #1 driver in golf.

ACBL Bridge Instructors

Karol and Guy Monroe (Palm Desert, CA)
Beginner and intermediate bridge classes, and afternoon games.

Catholic Clergy

Father Liam Kidney (Pacific Palisades, CA)

Dance Team/Instructors

TBA
Daily dance classes on sea days, and private lessons by appointment.

Ambassador Hosts

Sam Halioua (Montréal, Canada) 
Rick Mazzone
(Kingston, MA)
William Quinn
(North Falmouth, MA)
Oscar Ramirez
(Austin, TX) 

List as of 04/08/2014. All Crystal Visions Enrichment Program personnel, entertainers, dates and itineraries are subject to change without notice.
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