Procrastinators need not apply. But savvy seafarers seeking good deals an/or guaranteed bookings are now free to place their orders for a 015 Crystal Cruise.
The Los Angeles, California-based cruise operator announced the opening of its early bird booking on its entire 2015 through early 2016 collection of worldwide luxury cruises . In an email sent to this Examiner and other press member the company announced this week’s debut of its book Now fares for the remainder of sailings in 2013 and all of 2014, as well as 2015 through May 2016. Fares are only guaranteed until October 31, 2013.
Although some specials include savings of up to $7,500 per person!), Crystal has increased fares on 31 voyages – the most-ever since Crystal introduced its popular 60-day “Book Now” promotions.
“Many travelers appreciate being able to firm up future vacation plans far in advance -- to arrange a family get together, to plan a milestone birthday or anniversary, or to enjoy the extra savings of booking one’s future cruise on board,” says Jack Anderson, Crystal’s senior vice president, marketing & sales. “Whether one is thinking about a Crystal vacation in three years or three months, it’s important to know that the current rates are only guaranteed until October 31. There will be cruises that go up in price on November 1,2013
Highlights on the horizon include:
- More overnights, in more ports.
- Shorter cruise offerings
- Additional Asian and Caribbean routes
- Returns to Africa, the Holy Land, Mexico and Alaska
From now through the end of this October, fares per passenger starts at $1,950 (when booked in advance) for the rest of 2013, $1,520 for 2014, $2,295 for 2015, and $2,995 for early 2016, with attractive air add-ons from more than 90 North American gateways.
For more information and Crystal reservations, contact a travel agent, call 888-799-4625, or visit www.crystalcruises.com. Travelers can order the Fare & Itinerary Guides by calling 1-866-446-6625, contacting their Crystal travel agent, or visiting the Crystal website, where they can view, download, and/or request a brochure be sent to them.