Crystal Cruises has released Crystal Symphony’s 2023 deployment plan, with 36 itineraries featured.
The ship will sail on voyages ranging in length between six and 15 nights in 2023, with the cruises going on sale on July 22.
The brand had already announced sister ship, Crystal Serenity’s 2023 itineraries.
While Serenity will sail in North America, Canada and the Caribbean, Symphony will sail the Mediterranean and Western Europe.
Symphony will also sail in South East Asia, the Middle East and Holy Land, around the British Isles and Ireland.
Five maiden calls are Kampot in Cambodia; Khor Fakkan in the UAE; Bristol in England; Malmo in Sweden and Gisborne in New Zealand.
The line will also embark and disembark in Eilat, Israel, for the first time, and will return to Skagen in Denmark for the first time in nine years.
Carmen Roig, senior vice president of marketing and sales, said: “Always with an eye to offering our guests multiple choices, we intentionally planned voyages that explore travellers’ favourite places outside the traditional seasons, as this allows them to glean a different perspective on the destinations and their cultures and seasonal traditions.
“Voyage durations have also been planned with guests’ calendars in mind, from convenient, six-night options to elaborate two-week-plus options, and everything in between. Like every part of the Crystal Experience, selecting and planning a voyage should perfectly suit each traveller’s needs.”
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