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A Florida widow has been on a permanent cruise aboard the Crystal Serenity for more than seven years. The cost: 164,000 per year.
Here is a look inside the luxury cruise ship.
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The cruise liner "Crystal Serenity" sits berthed at Sydney's historic Rocks area, February 17, 2005.
The ship can accommodate more than 1,070 passengers and has more than 650 crew members.
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The cruise liner "Crystal Serenity" dwarfs an inner harbor tourist boat in Feb. 2005.
The cruise ship boasts of a $17 million redesign including a chef's herb garden as part of "vertical wall of greenery."
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Part of the redesign included renovating the retail shops such as the Christian Dior flagship store.
A jewelry store is also on board.
Passengers can aim for high stakes as the ship cruises the high seas.
Golf clinics (and rentals) can be booked on board.
A retractable roof covers a courtyard cafe.
The living room of the 1,345 square-foot penthouses leads to a media room/den.
The penthouses also include verandahs with sea views from the dining table or chaise lounges each includes.
The penthouse's master bath includes Italian marble mosaics, heated floors, walk-in shower with a heated bench, a television embedded in the vanity mirror and spa flotation tub overlooking the ocean.
The penthouse suites boast contemporary designs.
The luxury ship Crystal Serenity in the waters off of Lisbon, Portugal.
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