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Kids sail free on more than a dozen Crystal cruises

Kids sail free on more than a dozen Crystal cruises

Crystal Cruises is offering savings for family travel during than a dozen of its luxury cruises in fall and winter, with free berths for kids and other group perks.

From September through December, kids under 17 can sail free in a third berth with two full fare adults, while groups and families of six or more get additional shipboard credits of up to $400 per stateroom, a $500 credit toward a Crystal Private Adventure, family photo and other benefits offered with the 'Crystal Family Memories' program.

The limited offer is available through the April 30 'Book Now' deadline with all-inclusive cruise fares for applicable sailings starting at $1,875 per person.

The voyages are in the Mediterranean and western Europe, New England/Canada and along North America's East Coast, the Caribbean and South America.

Crystal’s purpose-built Fantasia and Waves children’s and teens’ facilities offer events and top video games and toys. On select voyages, junior activity directors arrange organized programs for youngsters, older kids and teens.

Examples of cruises featuring the 'Kids Sail Free' offer and other family-friendly incentives include Crystal Symphony's week-long Sept. 13 New York to Montréal sailing and the Sept. 27 Montréal to New York return, and the 14-day Nov. 14 and 28 Caribbean cruises round-trip Miami.

Crystal Serenity's Sept. 6 Venice to Istanbul and Oct. 11 Athens to Venice cruises, both seven days, and the 12-day Marseille to Lisbon voyage on Nov. 29 are among the other eligible dates.

 

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