Crystal Cruises Offers Discounted 2012 Cruises


The Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony will be taking part in discounted cruises until Oct. 31, 2011. // (c) 2011 Crystal Cruises.

Crystal Cruises is launching its luxury collection of worldwide 2012 cruises with Book Now fares, available for a limited time. 

Until Oct. 31, 2011, all sailings will continue to feature 2-for-1 prices and free round-trip air transportation from more than 20 North American gateways (or air credits). On select sailings, travelers can also enjoy additional Book Now Savings – with as much as $4,000 per couple in fare reductions. On November 1, cruise fares will rise for select sailings.

In  2012, Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity will visit 182 ports-of-call in 59 countries on 60 itineraries worldwide. Destination choices include the Western and Eastern Mediterranean, Black Sea, North Cape, Western Europe, Greek Isles, Baltic & Russia, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Australia, South Pacific, South America, New England/Canada, Panama Canal, British Isles, Canary Islands and Mexican Riviera on itineraries of seven to 94 days.

Crystal Cruises’ ocean resort experience includes a host of complimentary amenities, from enrichment speakers and fitness classes to pillow menus and specialty restaurant dining featuring the cuisine of Nobu Matsuhisa and Piero Selvaggio. In the spring of 2012, vacations on the Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity will also include complimentary fine wines and premium spirits throughout the ship, open bar service in all lounges, and pre-paid gratuities for housekeeping, bar and dining staff.

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