Crystal Cruises to Spotlight New Orleans This Winter

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Crystal Cruises has announced three new itineraries this November and December from New Orleans, sailing to various islands throughout the Caribbean

The 14-day voyages onboard the Crystal Serenity will either begin or end with an overnight stay in New Orleans, with additional embarkations and debarkation’s available in Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The latter two sailings will also include onboard theme programming. Ashore, guests will have the chance to explore the Creole and French history of New Orleans’ plantations and Latin Quarter as part of the Crystal Adventures program. The itineraries are: 

November 8, Fort Lauderdale to New Orleans – In addition to two maiden calls in the British Virgin Islands and French West Indies, the cruise visits Turks & Caicos, St. Barts, Montego Bay and Grand Cayman before overnighting in New Orleans. The voyage also offers special low fares for solo travelers and complimentary third berths for kids under 17.

November 22, Round-trip New Orleans – Kicking off the vacation with an overnight in New Orleans before traveling on to Mexico by way of the Mississippi River, this itinerary then sails to favorite locales such as Grand Cayman, Ocho Rios, San Juan, St. Barts, St. Kitts and Key West. Jazz and Wine & Food Festival Experiences of Discovery theme programming featuring leading jazz musicians and a special culinary focus on microbrews and craft beers will be available onboard.

December 6, New Orleans to Miami – Again overnighting in the Big Easy, this cruise continues with several stops in the French West Indies (St. Barts, Martinique and Guadeloupe), as well as Turks & Caicos, Grand Cayman Ocho Rios and Curaçao. Also with dual theme programming on board, the voyage offers special instruction, workshops and excursions for golf enthusiasts and general health and wellness with Golf and Mind, Body & Spirit Experiences of Discovery.


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