Crystal Cruises Offers Three New Fall Mediterranean Cruises


Crystal Cruises is offering three new Mediterranean Cruises this fall. // (c) 2011 Crystal Cruises.

Crystal Cruises is now offering new six and seven-day fall Mediterranean voyages that are more streamlined on content for a lower-budget cost.

Three cruises are available starting at $2,995 per person, and include free roundtrip air from New York, ship and airport transfers, and $500 per-person shipboard credit. These cruises are:

October 17-24: Visits Monte Carlo, Monaco; Florence/Livorno, Rome/Civitavecchia and Sorrento, Italy; Kusadasi, Turkey; and Mykonos and Athens/Piraeus, Greece. The trip is available at $3,550 per person.

November 10-16: Visits Athens/Piraeus and Santorini, Greece; Kotor, Montenegro; Dubrovnik, Croatia; and includes an overnight in Venice, Italy. The trip is available at $2,995 per person.

November 16-23: Visits Venice, Italy (overnight); Koper, Slovenia; Dubrovnik, Croatia; and Sicily/Catania, Naples and Rome/Civitavecchia, Italy. The trip is available at $3,200 per person.

Guests have the option of opting out of the complimentary air from JFK for an additional $800 per person air credit, while air from other major U.S. gateways can be added on starting at $199 per person, depending on location.

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