Crystal River Cruises has cut an inclusion for passengers who aren't booked in the ship's top cabin categories.Before August 7, 2017, all passengers booked on a Crystal River cruise would be treated to a complimentary meal in a one-Michelin star restaurant during their sailing. Implemented when the line launched 154-passenger Crystal Mozart last year, the dinner usually took place in Budapest or Vienna during that ship's cruises on the Danube.Now the meal will be included only for passengers booked in top-cabin categories: Penthouse (PH) and the two-bedroom Crystal Suite (CS). Passengers in other stateroom categories can go on the restaurant excursion, but will have to pay an extra fee.In a note to travel agents posted on the Cruise Critic message board, the line said reservations by all guests who had made reservations before August 7 would be honored. Requests to the line for more information have not been returned.
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