Crystal’s 2022 world cruise sails round-trip Miami or Los Angeles

The world cruise offers options to join or leave Crystal Serenity in Miami, Los Angeles or Monte Carlo

The 2022 world cruise aboard Crystal Serenity offers five embarkation and disembarkation choices ranging from 86 nights to 116 nights, with each option providing world cruise benefits.

‘Myths, Marvels & Monuments’

The ‘Myths, Marvels & Monuments: A Cultural Mosaic’ voyage explores the Panama Canal, Hawaii, Tonga, Samoa, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Israel, the Black Sea, Greece and the French Riviera.

‘Multiple options to join or leave the ship in Miami, Los Angeles or Monte Carlo make it possible for guests to plan their air travel and calendars on very personal terms,’ said Carmen Roig, Crystal Cruises’ SVP marketing and sales.

Eight segments

The voyage is comprised of eight segments of 12 nights to 19 nights, each available for individual booking.

Highlights include a Central America focus visiting Nicaragua, Guatemala and the Panama Canal, plus a comprehensive exploration of the Mexican Riviera.

A Polynesia and South Pacific focus, from Hawaii to Tonga, provides 12 days at sea to relax and indulge in the all-inclusive luxuries of Crystal Serenity.

A New Zealand and Australia segment explores the ‘Lord of the Rings’ landscapes and the famed Barossa and Margaret River wine regions, with overnights in Auckland and Sydney.

An Indonesia and Indian Ocean focus, beginning along Australia’s west coast and highlighting Bali and Sri Lanka, includes an overnight in Singapore and time in the Maldives.

Arabian Gulf/Holy Land

An intensive exploration of the Arabian Gulf and Holy Land includes overnights in Mumbai, Luxor and the Valley of the Kings (from Safaga, Egypt) and Jerusalem/Tel Aviv as well as opportunities to visit Petra, Limassol and Rhodes and transit the Suez Canal.

A Black Sea/Mediterranean segment, with overnights in Istanbul and Monte Carlo and visiting cities in Bulgaria, Ukraine and Romania, also features the Italian Riviera.

Crystal Serenity’s trans-Atlantic route explores Gibraltar; Cartagena, Spain; and Ponta Delgada, capital of Portugal’s Azores.

Special events on board and ashore will highlight the full world voyage, while dozens of excursions provide access to UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Passengers can sail round-trip from Miami or Los Angeles (116 nights), from Miami to Monte Carlo (102 nights), Los Angeles to Monte Carlo (100 nights) or Los Angeles to Miami (86 nights).

Full cruise benefits

Each of the full world cruise options affords benefits including two complimentary private transfers between port city airport and the ship, an extravagant gala event ashore, exclusively themed on-board events, gifts, ‘As You Wish’ shipboard spending credits and fare savings for early booking and Crystal Society members.

A new deposit policy offers 15% reduced deposit requirement for any full world cruise travelers who also have deposits for Crystal’s 2020 and/or 2021 full world cruises.

Posted 22 March 2019

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