Sailing on the Ship
From suggestions on what to wear on board to how to store your valuables to tips on healthy travel, here you will find details and guidelines to help you prepare for your voyage.
Clothing Suggestions / Dress Codes
Daytime Dress Code
Throughout the day, our guests wear a mix of active resort wear. Dining room attire is casual during the day; however, swimsuits, cover-ups/robes and baseball hats are not appropriate. If you do not wish to change for a meal in the afternoon or evening, alfresco dining on deck is available. After 6 pm, casual daytime attire is not appropriate. Shorts and baseball caps are not permitted for men or women.
For days in port, be sure to bring comfortable walking shoes. Check with your travel agent for special items you might want to pack for your destination and the time of year you are traveling.
There are bathrobes, kimonos and slippers in each stateroom for your use during the cruise. Other amenities include a clothes brush, shoehorn, hair dryer, soap, ETRO S.P.A. Exclusive Sea bath products packaged exclusively for Crystal Cruises, sewing kit and umbrella.
Evening Dress Code
Keeping in line with the continually evolving, more relaxed dress codes reflected throughout the world today, we have simplified our preferred evening dress codes to two types: Crystal Casual and Black Tie Optional. Please refer to the dress codes described in detail below. After 6 pm, casual daytime attire is not appropriate. Shorts and baseball caps are not permitted for men or women.
> Crystal Casual
Crystal Casual calls for a dressed-up version of casual looks.
Women’s Crystal Casual includes:
- Dressy slacks
Men’s Crystal Casual includes:
- Open collar shirt
- Collared polo shirt
- Button-down shirtDress shirt (no tie required)
- Dress pants or European smart trousers
- Sport coat (optional)
Crystal Casual Attire Images
> Black Tie Optional
A Black Tie Optional evening offers our guests a celebratory opportunity to dress more formally. Guests dining in the restaurants, with the exception of Tastes, are asked to adhere to the Black Tie Optional dress code. We ask that at least a jacket be worn by men for dinner. On Black Tie Optional evenings, if you choose to change your attire following the evening dinner festivities, please maintain a minimum style of dress in keeping with the dress code described above in Crystal Casual.
Women’s Black Tie Optional includes:
- Formal cocktail dress
- Evening gown
- Dressy evening separates
Men’s Black Tie Optional includes:
- Dark suit with/without a tie
Black Tie Optional Attire Images
With this policy, guests can expect the following:
- Cruises 7-days or less: Only Crystal Casual evenings (based on itinerary, see dress code for your specific cruise for details)
- 8- to 10-day cruises: May have up to 1 Black Tie Optional evening
- 11- to 16-day cruises: 2 Black Tie Optional evenings
- World and Grand Cruises, Holiday voyages and Crossings, including cruises 17+ days or more: Special dress code schedules will apply depending on cruise duration and/or special events or occassions.
For your convenience, the recommended dress code for each evening of your cruise is listed in the daily itinerary section of the Priority Check-in and Planning Center (PCPC) accessible at checkin.crystalcruises.com.
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Visitors On Board
Whenever conditions allow, visitors will be permitted on board. Requests may be made through the Guest Check-In/Priority Check-in and Planning Center (PCPC) portal by a guest with a valid booking number, or requested on board, through the ship’s Reception Desk. All requests and supporting information must be submitted through PCPC no later than seven (7) days prior to the intended visit day (or arrival into port, if requested while on board). The number and types of visitor allowed are capacity-controlled and subject to the security level at the port of call. Due to changing world conditions, Crystal Cruises may institute a no-visitor policy onboard its ships from time to time. This policy is subject to change, without notice, at any time.Onboard Visitor's Request Online Form:
To access the visitor request form, booked Crystal guest must log-on to Guest Check-In / Priority Check-in & Planning Center (PCPC) portal and complete the Onboard Visitor’s Request form located under the “Other Crystal Services” tab.For additional information regarding submission of guest visitor/s requests, please contact us via email, with subject/title " Visitors Request", and send to OBGS@crystalcruises.com