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Karen Christensen said offering Australian dollar fares has been a priority of the Australian office

Australian dollar fares across the board from Crystal

Crystal’s Australian office, which opened in 2017, is offering Australian dollar fares for all products — ocean, river, yacht and expedition cruises.

Crystal’s SVP and MD Australasia Karen Christensen said the multi-currency offering is another example of the company’s ever-expanding global business.

Aussie dollars on website

‘Providing Australians with the ability to book in Australian dollars has been a major priority since the office opened and I am very pleased to see Australian dollar pricing now displayed on the dedicated Australian website,’ Christensen said.

‘Australia is an important market for Crystal with impressive growth to date and with the introduction of Australian dollar fares there is even more reason for Australia’s discerning travellers to try Crystal.’

800 voyages open

There are just under 800 all-inclusive global voyages open for bookings, including 2020 and 2021 for Crystal River Cruises, plus 2022 for Crystal Cruises and early 2023 for Crystal Expedition Cruises and Crystal Yacht Cruises.

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