Crystal Cruises Offers New Experiences of Discovery Itinerary Aboard Crystal Symphony in 2013

Crystal Cruises' Crystal Symphony is including a new Experiences of Discovery itinerary through southern Australia on its first voayge of 2013. Additionally, the Jan. 5 cruise from Melbourne to Brisbane features health and wellness experts leading complimentary classes and seminars for beginners. As a bonus, the voyage offers $3,000 per person savings if booked by Aug. 31, 2012.

Guest experts joining Crystal’s own onboard health and fitness specialists include:

·         Ultra-runner, adventure racer and Seven Summits mountaineer Marshall Ulrich, sharing experiences and motivational tips.

·         Founder of the Tai Chi Institute, Dr. Martin Lee, teaching classes in the ancient discipline.

·         Yoga instructor Lisa Goodwin, leading various sessions.

During the two days in each of the eastern territories’ biggest cities -- Melbourne, Victoria; Adelaide, South Australia; Brisbane, Queensland; Hobart, Tasmania; and Sydney, New South Wales -- travelers can involve themselves in a day of Aboriginal art or communing with koalas; challenge their bodies by rock climbing Blackman’s Bay or hiking to the top of Sydney Harbor Bridge; or take part in an aerobatic G-Force 4 flight.

With the $3,000 per person bonus savings, Book Now fares for the 12-day all inclusive voyage start at $2,730/person, double occupancy -- under $230 per person per day. Also available is the mind, body and spirit-themed cruise in 2013: a Jan. 4 Caribbean voyage round-trip from Miami and a Feb. 23 Southeast Asia sailing from Bali to Singapore.

For more information, visit www.crystalcruises.com.

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