Crystal Cruises Opens Booking for 2021 Grand Journeys

Crystal Symphony
Crystal Symphony

Travelers can now begin booking Crystal Cruises' Grand Journeys for 2021. Available aboard the recently renovated Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity, these voyages combine existing itineraries into more in depth journeys of between 14 and 75 days.

The Grand Journeys can span multiple regions or provide an in-depth exploration of one specific corner of the world. With several overnights and few repeated ports, these voyages are targeted towards travelers looking to expand their explorations with the convenience of booking only once. Those booking these extended trips receive a five percent discount off their cruise fare.

The 2021 Grand Journeys lineup includes: a 75-day journey throughout Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Singapore and Hong Kong; a 37-day itinerary with stops in the Baltic and northern Europe; a voyage to South Africa, the Mediterranean, Turkey and Greece; and a sailing to Iceland, the British Isles, northern Europe and New England.

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Crystal Cruises’ Grand Journeys all sail aboard the company’s recently renovated Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity. The two ships now feature more butler-service penthouse accommodations, new dining venues and concepts and streamlined and interactive technology.

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