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Crystal Cruises Moves to Tropical Waters for Christmas 2012

Crystal Cruises Moves to Tropical Waters for Christmas 2012

Crystal Cruises is moving to tropical waters for the 2012 Christmas season with a 14-night Caribbean voyage round-trip from Miami onboard the recently redesigned Crystal Serenity. This voyage replaces a Holy Land cruise – and clients booking a 2011 Christmas cruise can save 20% on a 2012 Christmas cruise.

With Crystal’s ‘Save Now, Save Later’ promotion, travellers can save 20% on the 2012 all-inclusive Christmas/New Year’s sailing by booking one of this year’s holiday voyages to either Hawaii or the Panama Canal / Caribbean before 15th September 2011.

Crystal’s Vice President International Sales & Marketing, Philip Ordever, said: “For the 2012 festive season we are now offering guests the choice of two exciting destinations with Crystal Serenity in the Caribbean and Crystal Symphony in Australia and New Zealand. Plus, guests can save even more by making Crystal their luxury holiday choice for two years in a row.”

2012 Festive Sailings

Departing on 21st December 2012, the 14-night Caribbean cruise on Crystal Serenity sails round-trip from Miami for Tortola; Barbados; St Lucia; Guadeloupe; St Maarten; St Thomas; Ponce, Puerto Rico (maiden call); and Key West. Prices from £5,948 per person include return scheduled flights, overseas transfers, 14 nights in deluxe stateroom with picture window on an all-inclusive basis including all meals, drinks and gratuities, and port taxes.

Departing 20th December 2012, the 16-night Australia and New Zealand cruise on Crystal Symphony sails from Auckland to Melbourne for Tuaranga; Napier; Christchurch; Dunedin; and Sydney (two overnights over the New Year period). Prices from £7,719 per person include return scheduled flights, overseas transfers, 16 nights in deluxe stateroom with picture window on an all-inclusive basis including all meals, drinks and gratuities, and port taxes.

2011 Festive Sailings

Crystal’s two 14-night 2011 holiday voyages, departing 21st December 2011, remain unchanged, with itineraries as follows:

Departing on 21st December 2011, the 14-night Panama Canal / Caribbean cruise on Crystal Serenity sails round-trip from Miami for Cozumel; Grand Cayman; Panama Canal (Gatun); Cartagena; Antigua; St Barts; and Turks & Caicos. Prices from £7,188 per person include return scheduled flights, overseas transfers, 14 nights in deluxe stateroom with picture window including all meals and soft drinks, and port taxes.

Departing 21st December 2011, the 14-night Hawaiian Islands cruise on Crystal Symphony sails round-trip from Los Angeles for Maui; Honolulu; Kauai; Hilo; and Enseñada. Prices from £4,564 per person (new bookings only) include return scheduled flights, overseas transfers, 14 nights in deluxe stateroom with picture window on an all inclusive basis including all meals, drinks and gratuities, and port taxes.

To accommodate next year’s change from the Middle East, Crystal’s pre- and post-2012 Christmas cruises have also been revised. Crystal Serenity now makes a Barcelona-Miami transatlantic cruise on 9th December 2012 and follows the holidays with a 4th January 2013 Caribbean cruise round-trip from Miami to Tortola; St. Kitts; Point-a-Pitre; St Lucia; St Barts; St Maarten; and Turks and Caicos.

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