Big changes from Crystal in 2013 with shorter cruises and Serenity in the Baltic
Crystal Cruises has launched its complete 2013 worldwide cruise collection – with significant changes, such as an increased number of shorter cruises distinguishing a repertoire of 64 itineraries visiting 62 countries and 226 ports-of-call worldwide.
And for travellers who like to plan ahead, “Book Now” fares offer the best prices for early bookings made by February 28 or June 30, 2012, depending on cruise departure).
Due to the overwhelming popularity of its Northern Europe itineraries in 2012, Crystal has opted to switch its initially scheduled vessel deployment. Crystal Serenity will summer in the Baltic, North Cape and British Isles, in addition to spring and summer Mediterranean seasons, while Crystal Symphony will spend her summer in the Mediterranean.
Crystal Serenity will spend the sumer of 2013 in the Baltic
Other new highlights
In all, Crystal Symphony kicks off 2013 with a super-VIP New Year’s fireworks gala in Sydney, then remains in the region, exploring Australia, New Zealand and Asia prior to a European/Mediterranean-focused summer, North American autumn and Central/South American/Antarctic holiday season ending in Chile.
Crystal Serenity’s 2013 routing begins in the Caribbean before heading to a South American World Cruise, then Europe for most of the year before returning to the Caribbean/Central America for Christmas.
Early bookings offer maximum savings on 2013 itineraries, including:
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