Crystal Cruises Announce Two Grand World Voyages for 2013
Crystal Cruises has announced two luxury grand world voyages for 2013. From January 2013, Crystal Serenity will sail around South America on a 74-day voyage stopping at 14 Countries and Crystal Symphony will be heading to Asia and the Pacific for a 98-day voyage stopping in Australia, Vietnam and Japan.
The 74-day South America voyage will take in the best that the tropical continent has to offer. Serenity will begin the voyage in the Caribbean and then sail to South America stopping multiple times in Ecuador, Chile and Peru. The voyage will include a two-week sail through Patagonia, a four-day cruise in the Chilean Fjords and excursions to the Amazon. Overnight stops will be in Valparaiso, Buenos Aires, Callao, Rio De Janerio and in Machu Picchu, giving you time to explore this lost Inca city.
Crystal Symphony’s Asian Pacific Voyage will begin with an all-Australia cruise, followed by stopovers in Asian and the Pacific and then heading back to America via Russia, Alaska and Canada. Voyage highlights include a three-day Beijing land package and waterways exploration on New Zealand’s Milford and Doubtful Sounds, Alaska’s Glacier Bay and the Panama Canal. There will also be overnight stops in Melbourne, Hong Kong and Singapore and double overnights in Shanghai and Kobe.
Crystal Cruises have been voted best cruise line by luxury travel magazine Conde Nast for the past 15 years. Crystal Cruises Serenity and Symphony are beautifully designed ships and offer guests luxurious surroundings, fine dining and five-star service.
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