Jean-Michel Cousteau to Sail With Crystal

(Photo by Carrie Vonderhaar/Ocean Futures Society) Photo by Carrie Vonderhaar/Ocean Futures Society

Jean-Michel Cousteau – famous oceanographer and first son of ocean pioneer Jacques-Yves Cousteau – will join two luxury voyages aboard the Crystal Serenity this spring and fall, as well as an expedition sailing on the boutique yacht, Crystal Esprit. While on board, Cousteau will enlighten guests with expertise gained from decades as a leading explorer and conservationist, working in defense of the planet’s oceans.

Crystal Serenity’s May 24 “Hawaiian Havens” sails the warmer regions of the Pacific Ocean; the October 27 “Amazon Escape” explores the Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean and Old Bahama Channel; and Crystal Esprit’s November 19 West Indies voyage sails round-trip from Marigot Bay through the deep Caribbean.

In addition to lectures tailored to the region of each sailing, Cousteau will offer presentations discussing his father’s legend and his own legacy, as well as insights into ocean life that most captivates him, including the delicate balance of the roles of orcas and sharks. Guests will learn from Cousteau the connection between the oceans and everything else on the planet, and enjoy a glimpse of his newest film, which features images captured by Cousteau for the first time in his 60+ years of diving. Cousteau, who is the founder of the Ocean Futures Society, will also enlighten travelers about his extensive environmental and conservation efforts.

Visit www.crystalcruises.com

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