Crystal Upgrades Golf Cruises

Crystal Cruises has enhanced its 2008 golf theme cruises, which combine onboard practice and instruction with play at championship courses worldwide. The luxury line will offer three 11- and 12-day golf cruises in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and the maritime coast of Canada and New England. Guests also will have the chance to meet various PGA professionals at courses throughout the cruises. Crystal's staff takes care of all the details from tee times and tipping to transportation and caddies. Crystal's partnership with golf brand Taylormade provides onboard instruction and facilities and golf clubs. Fares for the golf cruises begin at $3,780 per person. Visit http://www.example.com/Link0. (DE)

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