Crystal Travel Center in Thousand Oaks Implements New Structure to Provide Members the Best Cruise Experience

Crystal Travel implements new structure to provide members the best cruise experience possible.

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Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) January 02, 2013

According to management at Crystal Travel, Crystal is implementing a new structure to provide exceptional cruises throughout the world.

Crystal Travel is a private, members only travel club whereby members can book travel at cost, saving them hundreds of thousands of dollars over their lifetime. To become a member, one must pay a one time membership fee and a nominal annual dues and attend one their sales presentations in Thousands Oaks.

One benefit of being a member is the ability to book a high end luxury cruises at cost, making the entire vacation more affordable and turning that dream into a reality.

The goal of luxury cruises is to provide one with the finest experience not only in cruising, but in all of travel. Some cruise lines have created itineraries that showcase the world and all its glory, from favorite must-see destinations to undiscovered gems of rare beauty. A careful balance of onboard enrichment and shoreside adventure is combined to create the most magnificent experiences, ones that will be treasured for a lifetime.

Some exciting new features include Movie-making, which will become a on-board course. "Digital Filmmaking: The iPad iMovie Video Course" will be offered in a five-hour class presented in conjunction with the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts. Professional filmmaking tools and techniques, from pre-production to final cut, will be on the curriculum.

A "Local Insights" program will bring experts from more than two dozen cities where ships visit aboard for lectures, interviews, and sharing. Examples: in Barcelona, a Gaudi architect; in St. Petersburg, an ex-mayor; in Belfast, a Titanic expert; in Copenhagen, a Tivoli Gardens director; in Venice, the chairman of a 16-church-wide chorus association. Typical subjects will include art, politics, archaeology, history, culture, and local color...


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