This July, guests aboard Crystal Cruises’ award-winning Crystal Serenity will be treated to one of Italy’s most popular Venetian traditions.
Crystal Cruises reports record bookings for its week ending January 11. For same year bookings, the multi award-winning line enjoyed its highest January sales in more than five years.
The Pierre New York and the King George Palace in Athens are among the plush properties added to Crystal Cruises’ roster of 2010 “Classic” and “Classic Plus” Hotel Programs ashore. From Venice’s venerable Hotel Cipriani to the celebrated Dorchester in London, Crystal is inviting guests to extend their cruise vacations with pre- and post-cruise stays at the world’s most exclusive hotels and resorts. The Crystal Adventures Hotel Program features a collection of 33 renowned hotels and resorts in 21 cities around the world, including four new properties.
Who says fitness and luxury vacations don’t mix? Crystal Cruises’ professional fitness directors suggest numerous ways for travelers to maintain or even start a fitness regime on any one of the ultra-luxury line’s worldwide vacations.
As Crystal Cruises commemorates its 20 year milestone in 2010, the ultra-luxury line’s annual President’s Cruise, hosted by Crystal President Gregg Michel, will have a decidedly festive feel.
From kangaroos to koalas to crocodiles, Crystal guests can closely encounter some of the wildest residents of Australia and Singapore.
For foodies, New Zealand is a veritable playground, renowned for its award-winning wines and farm-fresh cuisine.
Cage diving with great white sharks off the coast of South Africa, Sicilian-style cooking classes in Italy and paragliding over the Spanish countryside are among the 400 Crystal Adventures in store for guests on Crystal Cruises’ 2010 World Cruise.
For the week ending Tuesday, October 20, Crystal Cruises announces a surge of new bookings for 2010 since the luxury line announced reduced and value-added pricing. The ultra-luxury line enjoyed a 70% increase in new bookings since four weeks ag
Michelin Star-awarded chefs Michael Mina and Heinz Beck, Master sommelier Robert Bath, and mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim are part of the distinguished roster of food, wine and spirit experts aboard Crystal Cruises’ 14th annual Wine & Food Experiences of Discovery cruises in 2010.
Crystal Cruises is unveiling its first ever Crystal Overland Adventures from Ashdod on its Holy Land cruise this fall. A choice of three three-night journeys transport travelers to such revered sites as the 2,000 year old Rose City of Petra, the Pharaohs’ tombs in Luxor’s Valley of the Kings and the Dead Sea, among other astonishing destinations where Christian, Jewish and Islamic civilizations took root.
The Frontiers of Alaska and West Africa Exemplify the Array of Choices