Crystal Cruises Launches 18 New Shore Excursions


The Crystal Symphony will be offering 18 new shore excursions on select voyages along the California coast. // (c) 2011 Crystal Cruises.

Crystal Cruises introduced 18 brand-new shore-side excursions with its two seven-day Crystal Symphony sailings, traveling round-trip from Los Angeles to the northern Baja coasts this fall. These excursions will be offered during cruises departing November 20 and December 4.

Excursions in Santa Barbara alone offer activities such as hiking, biking, horseback riding, paragliding, kayaking, and a jeep safari. Wine tasting trips to Santa Ynez and Napa Valley are also available.

The LA round-trip voyages visit Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Ensenada, and San Diego. Fall sale fares start at $2,400 per person, and include $500 all-inclusive shipboard credit, free air from 24 North American cities, and savings for groups of family or friends. A special promotion will be available enabling children to sail free during Thanksgiving.

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