Crystal Cruises Announce 2021 Cruises

Posted By on Oct 11, 2018 | 0 comments


Crystal Cruises have today announced their full 2021 cruise itineraries onboard the Crystal Symphony & Crystal Serenity, the first cruise line to announce a complete 2021 deployment.

The full cruise deployment offers 68 all-inclusive voyages around the world visiting 238 destinations in 53 countries. The highlight of the announcement is a 139-day¬†world cruise titled “AncieCrystal Serenity in Venicent Dynasties & World Wonders” onboard Crystal Serenity. The Crystal Symphony will offer 10 seven-day sailings in the Mediterranean, Crystal will also be able to offer shorter sailings which are combinable without repeating ports.

“As leaders in luxury travel, Crystal creates innovative ways for our guests to see the world every year while announcing itineraries in advance to meet the demands of travelers,” said Crystal’s President and CEO Tom Wolber. “By presenting Crystal’s luxury voyages for the next three years, we are aiming to inspire our guests to plan their next vacation early to secure the best rate and stateroom”.

Crystal will offer nine maiden ports of call, including Townsville, Australia; Banda Neira and Ambon, Indonesia; Burgas, Bulgaria; Novorossiysk, Russia; Batumi, Georgia; Seydisfjordur, Iceland; Dingle, Ireland and Kepez, Turkey.

There will also be four round-trip sailings from Dublin onboard the Crystal Serenity and six Southeast Asia cruise on the Crystal Symphony. A new Holy Land sailing onboard the Crystal Symphony will be offered and feature two days in Ashdod offering more time to experience Jerusalem.

If you would like a quotation for a Crystal cruise, please call our experienced cruise specialists on 03331 22 44 66 for the guaranteed lowest fares.

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