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MIAMI — Crystal Cruises has announced its full lineup of 2021 sailings aboard Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity, making it the first cruise line to announce a complete 2021 deployment.
The 2021 voyages are now open for booking. Crystal’s current Book Now Savings begins at up to US$2,000 per person for 2021 voyages, and up to $12,500 per person for the full 2021 World Cruise, offering savings for voyages booked by Oct. 31, 2018.
“As leaders in luxury travel, Crystal creates innovative ways for our guests to see the world every year while announcing those itineraries well in advance to meet the demands of travellers in the global marketplace,” said Crystal President and CEO Tom Wolber. “By presenting Crystal’s luxury voyages for the next three years, along with the significant value of Book Now Savings, we are aiming to inspire our guests to plan their next vacation early to lock in a great rate and the stateroom they want while giving our travel partners the time and tools to assist them.”
In all the 68 all-inclusive voyages span the globe to 238 destinations in 53 countries. Highlights include everything from Crystal Serenity’s 139-day ‘Ancient Dynasties & World Wonders’ World Cruise to 10 seven-day sailings through the Med aboard Crystal Symphony.
Highlights of Crystal Cruises’ 2021 voyages include:
Nineteen sailings are 10 days or less, aboard both ships, “allowing busy travelers ample opportunity to embark on their dream luxury voyages through the Greek Isles, Côte d’Azur, Italian Riviera, Dalmatian Coast, Caribbean, New England & Canada and Northern Europe”, says the cruise line.
There are also holiday sailings through the Caribbean including two days in Barbados and with roundtrip travel from Miami aboard Crystal Serenity. The holiday sailings also include an extravagant New Year’s celebration in Sydney Harbor on a Crystal Symphony voyage through New Zealand’s sounds and wine country and Australia’s coastline.