Crystal Mozart, Staterooms

Crystal Mozart, Staterooms
Inspired by the striking, seasonal panoramas of the Danube River from Passau in Germany to Budapest in Hungary, the Crystal Mozart is an enchanting blend of old world charm and luxurious elegance, the pinnacle for contemporary river cruising.

A sleek 160 passenger vessel, the Crystal Mozart majestically glides under low bridges - past historic villages and lush landscapes; also the widest cruising vessel on European rivers, its recent refurbishment allowed for the design of some of the most spacious river cruise cabins afloat (ranging in size from 203 to 860 square feet).

Three (3) suite types, including the premiere Crystal Suite, are cloaked in a timeless color palette and paired with classic detailing which compliments the surrounding vistas. While the necessities of modern life have been thoughtfully addressed through discrete storage solutions, multifunctional furniture and fully integrated technology ~ offering the absolute best of old and new.


Renderings by Norm Li Architectural Graphics

Crystal Mozart, Staterooms
Inspired by the striking, seasonal panoramas of the Danube River from Passau in Germany to Budapest in Hungary, the Crystal Mozart is an enchanting blend of old world charm and luxurious elegance, the pinnacle for contemporary river cruising.

A sleek 160 passenger vessel, the Crystal Mozart majestically glides under low bridges - past historic villages and lush landscapes; also the widest cruising vessel on European rivers, its recent refurbishment allowed for the design of some of the most spacious river cruise cabins afloat (ranging in size from 203 to 860 square feet).

Three (3) suite types, including the premiere Crystal Suite, are cloaked in a timeless color palette and paired with classic detailing which compliments the surrounding vistas. While the necessities of modern life have been thoughtfully addressed through discrete storage solutions, multifunctional furniture and fully integrated technology ~ offering the absolute best of old and new.


Renderings by Norm Li Architectural Graphics

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