Debussy and Ravel keels laid

CRYSTAL River Cruises has laid the keels for its next two newbuilds, Crystal Debussy and Crystal Ravel at a ceremony at MV Werften shipyard in Germany. Tan Sri Lim, chairman and chief executive of Genting Hong Kong and Harry Glawe, Economics Minister, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern placed the traditional lucky coins on the keel blocks before the first two sections were ceremoniously lowered into position. The two new all-balcony, all-suite vessels will be approx 135m in length and carry 106 guests. "This ceremonial act represents a tremendous achievement for Crystal River Cruises and the ...
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