Charter service takes luxury travel to new heightsApr 8, 2017 by Triton Staff
Ft. Lauderdale-based brokerage firm Northrop & Johnson has partnered with Crystal AirCruises to bring a new dimension of sophistication and service to the yachting lifestyle. Using the world’s newest, most luxurious Boeing 777 as home base, charter guests will embark on custom itineraries ranging from adventures to shopping, cultural exploration and culinary around the world.
On board, guests will enjoy five-star butler service, Michelin-inspired cuisine, seats that convert to 180-degree lie-flat beds, and in-flight entertainment including 24-inch monitors, Skye-Fi, Bose Noise-canceling headphones and Apple iPads preloaded with personalized itineraries.
“Crystal AirCruises is the perfect partnership for Northrop & Johnson,” firm COO Daniel Ziriakus said. “Both companies are dedicated to fulfilling every wish and whim of clients.”
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