After Three-Year Hiatus, Crystal Returns to Alaska


Crystal Cruises will make a return to Alaska for the first time since 2005 with a single early season itinerary departing Yokohama April 16. The itinerary is part of the line's 106-day "Pacific Circle Celebration" World Cruise, which departs Los Angeles on January 21. The 22-day voyage, aboard Crystal Serenity will make calls at Dutch Harbor, Kodiak, Seward and Ketchikan. Crystal Adventures notable shore excursion program will highlight the region's landscape and wildlife and include such activities as zip lining through the Tongass National Forest, flight-seeing above the Misty Fjords and yachting off Kodiak.


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