Crystal Announces Golf Theme On Hawaii Holiday Cruise

Crystal Announces Golf Theme On Hawaii Holiday Cruise

With 51 PGA tour wins, many consider Casper the best putter of his era. On each cruise, guests can absorb stories and tips during informal lectures by Casper and other athletic stars, such as Emmy-winning sportscaster Jim Huber. They can also mingle and play with the PGA pros at some of the most stunning championship courses in the world, including:

  Poipu Bay (Kauai)—top Hawaiian course surrounded by ancient places of worship
  Royal Portrush (Belfast)—designed by course-architect great, Harry Colt
  Carden Park (Liverpool)—Jack Nicklaus/Golden Bear “thinking golfer’s” fairway with spectacular views
  Royal Dublin (Dublin)—Ireland’s second-oldest links
  El Saler (Valencia)—one of Golf Magazine’s “100 Greatest Courses in the World”
  Golf Club Del Sur (Canary Islands)—home to several PGA European tour competitions, surrounded by 8,000 palm trees
  Palheiro (Funchal)—coastal ridge greens on a 200-year-old estate.


Crystal provides transportation, caddies, warm-up time, lunch, ‘19th hole’ get-togethers, TaylorMade club rentals or cleaning of your clubs and shoes, team-pairing, parties, awards, and private clinics with PGA instructors like John Clark and Bill Stutzer.

“We make it all easy,” says John Stoll, vice president land and port operations. “We sail everyone to paradise in luxury, where golf enthusiasts can pursue their passion at world-class locales, while loved ones see the sites or indulge their own vacation desires.”

Two-for-One fares start at $5,470/person, and include free air from two-dozen North American cities (or air credit), up to $1000/person “As You Wish” spending credits, and additional savings for family/friend groups, early payment, or new-to-Crystal travelers.

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Crystal Cruises’ Feng Shui spa and gym, personal trainers, nutrition and exercise classes, exclusive workout equipment, and dietary choices offer guests extensive opportunities to enhance their health and fitness regimes on every sailing.