We’ve always been curious as to what those giant cruise ships look like on the inside…Tasmanian Geographic stowed away on this cruise ship while it was in dock at Sullivan’s Cove, Hobart.
This vessel was built in 1995 at the Turku Shipyards in Finland, and holds 950 passengers and more than five hundred crew. At 238 metres in length, this boat cost a quarter of a billion dollars to build.
You can get lost inside of a ship this big, but at least you’re never too far from a casino, restaurant, video game arcade, or lounge.
In the accomodation hallways of the Crystal Symphony
In one of the ship`s restaurants
The Port Authority communications tower, with a view to Gunnar's Quin
The Crystal Symphony souvenir of Hobart
A passenger navigates the Crystal Symphony
Hobart. from the Crystal Symphony
A visitor leaves the opulence and luxury of the Crystal Symphony behind for the solid land of Tasmania
Looking over the bow to Sullivan`s Cove
Looking to the Eastern Shore
Trophies collected by the ship: Belize and the Brazilian Amazon
A summer evening in Hobart is still light at 20:30
Two passengers overlooking a second ship in harbour
The central hallway of the Crystal Symphony
Nassau is the capital city of The Bahamas, where this ship is registered
Trophies collected by the ship: Port Saguenay, Quebec
The casino, closed while the Crystal Symmphony is in port
A map to guide you on Deck Six
The video game parlour of the Crystal Symphony
Navigation on the Crystal Symphony
On the upper deck of the cruise ship