With other luxury cruise lines yet to dip their bows into 2014’s seemingly far-off waters, itineraries due to depart in two years’ time have been put on sale by Crystal Cruises.
Seventeen voyages visiting 74 ports in 34 countries for January to April 2014 on Crystal Serenity and January through to May on Crystal Symphony have been made available to book.
Early booking discounts of up to £1,200 per couple are available until June 30, 2012.
Crystal is making maiden calls in Luanda, Angola; Lombok, Indonesia; and Malacca, Malaysia, and is returning to the Andaman Islands; Okinawa and Tokyo, Japan; the Pitcairn Islands; and Jakarta, Surabay and Ujung Pandang in Indonesia.
All voyages but one offer overnights in local ports-of-call, including “double overnights” in Yangon, Yokohama, Ho Chi Minh City, Cape Town, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai.
The cruises range from 12 to 26 nights in duration in addition to a five-segment, 89-night World Cruise.
Early booking rates lead in at £2,047 per person cruise only for a 12-night “Southern Seas Soliloquy” from Valparaiso to Papeete departing January 8, 2014.
International sales and marketing vice president Philip Ordever said: “We were the first cruise line out of the gate to share 2014 itineraries last December, and travellers have been anxious to book ever since.
“Experienced cruisers recognise that Crystal not only offers incredible value for a luxury holiday, but our itinerary offerings for 2014 are incredibly innovative, with easy, intimate access to authentic cultures and holiday memories.”
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