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August 27, 2005

Crystal Harmony Godmother Mary Tyler Moore To Sail During Ship's Final Season

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Crystal Harmony Godmother Mary Tyler Moore To Sail During Ship's Final Season

LOS ANGELES, CA (August 3, 2005) - Among those paying tribute to Crystal Harmony during her final season this fall will be the luxury ship's Godmother, seven-time Emmy Award-winner Mary Tyler Moore. The star of television, stage and film will join the award-winning ship on October 22 for a ten-day Mexican Riviera cruise, one of Crystal Harmony's last voyages as part of the Crystal Cruises fleet.

Mary Tyler Moore is one of a distinguished group of legendary women who hold the honor of Godmother of a Crystal Cruises ship. Ms. Moore christened Crystal Harmony in 1990; Angela Lansbury launched Crystal Symphony in 1995 and Dame Julie Andrews became Godmother of Crystal Serenity in 2003.

Like Ms. Lansbury and Ms. Andrews, Mary Tyler Moore holds a special place in people's hearts as a symbol of female independence and strength, both in her work and personal life. On board, Ms. Moore will participate in a question and answer session whereby she will share meaningful moments from her illustrious career and her extensive charity work. In addition to memorable television roles on The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Mary Tyler Moore Show, as well as other television and film roles, Ms. Moore earned an Academy Award nomination for her performance in the celebrated film Ordinary People and was honored with a Tony Award for her portrayal of a quadriplegic in Whose Life Is It Anyway?

In November 2005, Crystal Harmony will leave the Crystal Cruises fleet and will be transferred to Crystal's parent company's Japanese cruise division. From September through October, the 940-guest, 50,000-ton Crystal Harmony will spend her final season sailing on seven-day and ten-day Mexican Riviera itineraries round-trip from Los Angeles. The ten-day October 22 cruise features calls in San Diego, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán, Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo.

Crystal Cruises' President Gregg Michel, who was at the 1990 christening said, "Mary Tyler Moore launched Crystal Harmony with an elegance and warmth that to this day are hallmarks of our ship's luxury experience. We are honored that she is coming back to cruise aboard Crystal Harmony during her farewell season. As a tremendously accomplished actress, Ms. Moore should be very proud of the critical acclaim and guest satisfaction 'her ship' has enjoyed for so many years."

Crystal Cruises has consistently earned the travel industry's most distinguished hospitality awards and guidebook ratings. Most recently, the line was voted the "World's Best Large-Ship Line" by the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine for the tenth consecutive year, the only cruise line to have won the coveted award every year since the surveys' inception.

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Posted by Denise at August 27, 2005 10:34 AM

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Crystal Harmony Godmother Mary Tyler Moore To Sail During Ship's Final Season

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Crystal Harmony Godmother Mary Tyler Moore To Sail During Ship's Final Season

LOS ANGELES, CA (August 3, 2005) - Among those paying tribute to Crystal Harmony during her final season this fall will be the luxury ship's Godmother, seven-time Emmy Award-winner Mary Tyler Moore. The star of television, stage and film will join the award-winning ship on October 22 for a ten-day Mexican Riviera cruise, one of Crystal Harmony's last voyages as part of the Crystal Cruises fleet.

Mary Tyler Moore is one of a distinguished group of legendary women who hold the honor of Godmother of a Crystal Cruises ship. Ms. Moore christened Crystal Harmony in 1990; Angela Lansbury launched Crystal Symphony in 1995 and Dame Julie Andrews became Godmother of Crystal Serenity in 2003.

Like Ms. Lansbury and Ms. Andrews, Mary Tyler Moore holds a special place in people's hearts as a symbol of female independence and strength, both in her work and personal life. On board, Ms. Moore will participate in a question and answer session whereby she will share meaningful moments from her illustrious career and her extensive charity work. In addition to memorable television roles on The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Mary Tyler Moore Show, as well as other television and film roles, Ms. Moore earned an Academy Award nomination for her performance in the celebrated film Ordinary People and was honored with a Tony Award for her portrayal of a quadriplegic in Whose Life Is It Anyway?

In November 2005, Crystal Harmony will leave the Crystal Cruises fleet and will be transferred to Crystal's parent company's Japanese cruise division. From September through October, the 940-guest, 50,000-ton Crystal Harmony will spend her final season sailing on seven-day and ten-day Mexican Riviera itineraries round-trip from Los Angeles. The ten-day October 22 cruise features calls in San Diego, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán, Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo.

Crystal Cruises' President Gregg Michel, who was at the 1990 christening said, "Mary Tyler Moore launched Crystal Harmony with an elegance and warmth that to this day are hallmarks of our ship's luxury experience. We are honored that she is coming back to cruise aboard Crystal Harmony during her farewell season. As a tremendously accomplished actress, Ms. Moore should be very proud of the critical acclaim and guest satisfaction 'her ship' has enjoyed for so many years."

Crystal Cruises has consistently earned the travel industry's most distinguished hospitality awards and guidebook ratings. Most recently, the line was voted the "World's Best Large-Ship Line" by the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine for the tenth consecutive year, the only cruise line to have won the coveted award every year since the surveys' inception.

Press Release by Crystal Cruises

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Posted by Denise at August 27, 2005 10:34 AM

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