Crystal Cruises has announced its global itineraries a full two years early which is the most notice given ever by the luxury cruise line. This wasn’t the announcement that many expected from the cruise line just days ago! You can read about all that here.
The fares and booking for 2016 and 2017 itineraries are now available from Crystal Cruises along with Crystal’s first complete two-year Worldwide Cruise Atlas, the most comprehensive cruise planning brochure the line offers, at 236 artfully illustrated pages detailing the diverse and enriching experiences set for the coming two years.
The new voyages will reach all seven continents across the globe including 57 voyages to 268 ports in 84 countries, with more than 150 overnights, the most ever offered in a single year. There will also be 32 maiden voyages setting sail to the destinations of Maroantsetra, Madagascar; Iquique, Chile; and Djupivogur,Iceland; along with lesser known gems such as Calvi, Corsica; Sete, France; and Santa Margherita,Italy. Crystal Cruises can sail to ports where larger vessels can’t go so the luxury cruise line can really offer unique places.
“We continue to offer intrepid luxury travelers new ways to explore and experience the world, whether with a new destination or simply a new perspective on a favorite one,” says Edie Rodriguez, Crystal’s president and COO.
There are many other options available with special one time voyages, cruises to the hold land and even outstanding world cruises.
“We are thrilled to be the first of the luxury cruise lines to unveil a comprehensive 2016/17 two-year planning Atlas along with the corresponding information on our website, and launching full reservations for 2017,” said Nitsa Lewis, vice president of marketing. “And as a leader in developing and delivering innovative luxury travel experiences, we’re providing the most extensive resource that meets the needs of our Crystal Society members as well as first-time Crystal guests.”
Through March 2, 2015, compelling, all-inclusive “Book Now” cruise fares for 2016 and 2017 start at $2,200 per person.