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Crystal Endeavor disembarks in Ushuaia without incident

Crystal Endeavor is pictured at Ushuaia during an earlier call
Crystal Endeavor docked at Ushuaia, Argentina, without incident and passengers are on their way back to the US via a previously scheduled charter flight.

It was a calmer conclusion of service for the expedition vessel than for Crystal Serenity earlier this week and Crystal Symphony in January. 

Charter air part of the standard package

Crystal Endeavor completed its 19-night Antarctica voyage with passengers disembarking Friday for their charter flight back to Miami. This is part of Crystal's standard Antarctica packages which have operated since November.

Destination unknown

The ship has capacity for 200 passengers but Seatrade Cruise News was unable to confirm how many people were on this last trip or where Crystal Endeavor is heading next. 

Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony are off Bimini in the Bahamas. They, and Crystal Endeavor, are flagged to the Bahamas. 

Operations for the three ships are suspended at least through April 29.