Cruises and Voluntourism: Crystal Embraces Social Responsibility in 2011

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What a great idea. I think I'd love this opportunity. I hope other cruise lines take a page from Crystal's book and start such a program.
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I can't afford Crystal but I love the idea. I hope the other lines pick up on this. It would definitely be a factor in which cruise line I choose
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