Sunday, July 21, 2013

Crystal Cruises 2104 : More cruises in Asia

Japanese luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises will offer more Asian Cruises in 2014. According to the cruise line, cruise offerings in China, Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei in 2014 will be expanded to 34 cruises compared to four cruises in 2012. These cruises in Asia willbe ranging from 5 to 29 dayson two ships Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity. In 2014, Crystal also will offer its first ever cruises from Bangkok to Bangkok and 2 week round trip cruises from Singapore. There will be four cruises beginning or ending in Bali, two more than in 2013.

Crystal Cruises's new destinations for the 2014 season are Malacca in Malaysia and Lombok, Makassar / Ujung Pandang and Surabaya in Indonesia. The expanded cruise programme also features less-visited ports of call, including Bandar Seri Begawan in Brunei, Jakarta and Komodo Island in Indonesia, Yangon in Myanmar, Samui Island in Thailand, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, and Okinawa and Tokyo in Japan. A new cruise - round-trip Bangkok - will celebrate New Year’s Eve with a light show in Hong Kong.

In the 2014 cruise season, Crystal will also offer shorter cruises at 5 days and starting from US$1,520 per person. There will also be more overnight stays and port time, with every 2014 Crystal Asia voyage featuring at least two overnight stays - many of these in destinations like Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh, Yangon and Shanghai.

All-inclusive, Book Now fares for Crystal’s 2014 Asia voyages begin at US$1,520 per person if booked by 30 August 2013. Bookings up to this date can also enjoy new 2-for-1 airfare add-ons with select Crystal Symphony voyages.

Crystal Cruises 2104 : More cruises in Asia
Crystal Cruises Crystal Serenity
Crystal Cruises is notable for its two medium-sized, high-end ships, Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity, which each hold about 1,000 guests. The Crystal Symphony is the smaller of the two, holding 940 passengers. The Crystal Serenity can hold 1,050 passengers and about 650 crew.

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