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Crystal Symphony

Mobility Scooters & Power Chairs
  • 3 and 4 wheel scooters
  • Left and right hand controls
  • Standard size up to 250 lbs
  • Heavy-duty size up to 350 lbs
  • Bariatric size up to 500 lbs
Manual Wheelchairs
  • Standard 18 inches wide up to 250 lbs
  • Heavy-duty 22 inches wide up to 350 lbs
  • Bariatric 26 inches wide up to 700 lbs
  • Beach wheelchairs
Oxygen Equipment & Accessories
  • Portable battery-powered concentrators
  • Liquid oxygen
  • Cylinders in many sizes
  • Standard concentrators
Patient Lifts & other Mobility Aids
  • Hospital beds
  • Recliner Chairs
  • Hearing-impaired kits
  • Bed & bath safety equipment


Crystal Cruises Crystal Symphony Accessibility

  • 4 accessible staterooms
    • 2 Penthouse (PH) Cabin number 1002 and 1003
    • 2 Ocean View (D)  Cabins number 5016 and 5018
  • Accessible staterooms aboard the cruise ship have wider doors, roll-in showers, grab bars and turning spaces.
Crystal Symphony Cruise Vessel

Ship Details

  • Occupancy: 848
  • Tonnage: 51,044
  • Length: 781 feet
  • Beam: 99 feet
  • Cruise Speed: 20 knots
  • Ship’s Registry: Bahamas
  • Inaugural Date: May 3, 1995
  • Last Refurbished – 2012

Accessible Stateroom Features

  • Stateroom door width: at least 32 inches
  • Bathroom door width: at least 35 inches
  • No doorsill to get into stateroom
  • Ramped bathroom thresholds
  • Bathroom grab bars
  • Lowered sink and stateroom vanity
  • Roll-in showers
  • Fold-down shower bench
  • Hand-held showerheads
  • Lowered closet rod
  • Accessible balconies (selected staterooms)



  • All Meals Onboard (except specialty restaurants)
  • Room Service
  • Dialy Activities
  • Nightly Entertainment
  • Exclusive Suite Services and Amenitites
  • Safe in Cabin

Not Included

  • Travel Protection
  • Gratuities
  • Bevarages
  • Shore Excursions
  • Transfers
  • Personal Expenses

Guests must bring their own or use a rental wheelchair, electrically powered wheelchair or electric scooter that does not exceed 22″ wide. Release and Indemnity forms are required and must be submitted to Onboard Guest Services at least two (2) weeks prior to sailing. Please note: Crystal Cruises reserves the right to limit the number of electric scooters on board.

The Crystal Cruises Crystal Symphony was designed to be an accessible cruise for the physically challenged, with ramp access to most decks and public areas. Ship elevators can accommodate most wheelchairs, power wheelchairs or motorized scooters that do not exceed 22″ wide, allowing access to all public decks. It is strongly recommended that the guest be accompanied by a traveling companion for better access to all areas on and around the ship, as well as ashore.

Certain staterooms offer extra-wide doors, fully wheelchair-accessible bathrooms and wheelchair-accessible closets with low-fitted hanging rods. Some suites offer limited wheelchair access to personal facilities. Staterooms and suites designated for guests with disabilities are subject to availability and must be reserved prior to boarding the ship.

As some ports of call are anchorage ports and others may be challenging, physical conditions may preclude guests requiring wheelchairs or scooters from going ashore. This decision is made at the discretion of the ship’s Captain or doctor, and is binding.



This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm details directly with Crystal Cruises.

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