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  1. In addition, the ocean view B cabins on the smaller Oceania ships,are significantly smaller than the non-penthouse/standard ocean view and balcony cabins on Crystal. Overall, Oceania and Crystal is like comparing apples to oranges. Nancy
  2. The poster did this after posting here. Nancy
  3. Shirin, i was was also under the same impression based on something that was posted earlier this year. Glad to know that was not the case. Nancy
  4. Keith, enjoy revisiting the ports you haven't been to since 2005. Nancy
  5. I haven't had an issue with Safari. Nancy
  6. You would get the transfers if you arrive two days early if book the crystal precruise hotel through crystal. In addition, if you booked your own air but book the crystal hotel through crystal, the transfers are included. Nancy
  7. Crystal includes transfers in their air prices only for arrival on embarkation day and flying out on debarkation day. Nancy
  8. In my 15 years sailing crystal, I've never experienced crystal discounting shore excursions. overall, we've been very pleased with the crystal excursions over the years. We tend to do a mix of crystal and private excursions and in some ports we don't plan much. Nancy
  9. Cheri, The port time for Sitka changed per an email my TA and I received from crystal on September 29th, 2018. The 9am arrival was changed to noon and the new/current departure is 8pm. nancy
  10. Shirin, for as long as I've been sailing on Crystal, around 15 years, the "free" cruise in the Crystal Penthouse has been the 100th Milestone. Nancy
  11. Hi Vince..nice to see you post...miss you!!! nancy
  12. Is the $2,000 for an inside cabin? Which Oceania ship?
  13. This is the official press release from Crystal. Nancy MIAMI, March 22, 2019 – Crystal Cruises has unveiled its 2022 Full World Cruise aboard the award-winning Crystal Serenity, a singular circumnavigation featuring five embarkation and disembarkation choices ranging from 86 to 116 nights, each option offering World Cruise benefits. The “Myths, Marvels & Monuments: A Cultural Mosaic” voyage marks the line’s 27thannual World Cruise, exploring the Panama Canal; Hawaii, Tonga and Samoa; Australia and New Zealand; Indonesia and Sri Lanka; Egypt, Israel and the Black Sea; Greece and the French Riviera. “Crystal’s 2022 World Cruise again ups the ante of luxury exploration, a true full-circle global odyssey with a focus on choices,” said Carmen Roig, Crystal’s senior vice president, marketing and sales. “A Full World Cruise with Crystal is the journey of a lifetime, and we believe it should be exactly what our guests want it to be. 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, and numerous opportunities to connect with the facets of the destinations that are most meaningful to them make it a truly personal experience. “The 2022 World Cruise will enchant even the most seasoned travelers, as our team outdoes itself each year to create original itineraries packed with the perfect mix of historical treasures and natural wonders,” she added. “Full World Cruisers will also enjoy a bevy of special incentives and benefits that sweeten the experience even further, from shipboard credits and shoreside events to conveniences like our newly added complimentary two-day laundry service and medical office visits.” The “Myths, Marvels & Monuments: A Cultural Mosaic” 2022 World Cruise is comprised of eight individual segments of 12 to 19 nights, each available for individual booking. Highlights include: Central America focus visiting Jamaica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, the Panama Canal and comprehensive exploration of the Mexican Riviera. Polynesia and South Pacific focus, from Hawaii to Tonga, with 12 days at sea to fully relax and indulge in the all-inclusive luxuries of Crystal Serenity. New Zealand and Australia focus, exploring the “Lord of the Rings” landscapes and the famed Barossa and Margaret River wine regions, spending overnights in the cosmopolitan hubs of Auckland and Sydney. Indonesia and Indian Ocean focus, beginning along the Australia’s west coast and highlighting the sacred temples of Bali and Sri Lanka, plus an overnight in Singapore to explore the famed skyline and on to the blissful Maldives. Intensive exploration of the Arabian Gulf and Holy Land, including overnights in Mumbai, Luxor and the Valley of the Kings (Safaga, Egypt) and Jerusalem/Tel Aviv; also visiting the ancient sites of Petra, Limassol and Rhodes and transiting the Suez Canal. Exploration of the Black Sea coast, overnighting in Istanbul and Monte Carlo and visiting historical and picturesque cities in Bulgaria, Ukraine and Romania, along with the Italian Riviera. Fascinating Trans-Atlantic route exploring Gibraltar and the famed limestone St. Michael’s Cave, the military bastions of Cartagena, Spain and Ponta Delgada, capital of Portugal’s Azores archipelago. Special events on board and ashore will highlight the Full World Cruise voyage, while dozens of Destination Discoveries ashore allow guests to visit some of the world’s most remarkable UNESCO World Heritage Sites. From architectural treasures like Sydney’s Opera House, Mumbai’s Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal to cultural wonders like the historic cities of Istanbul and Rome and mosaics of Paphos, there are experiences offered to suit virtually every traveler’s preferences. With Full World Cruise options ranging from 82 to 116 nights, guests can choose to 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). Depending on the embarkation and disembarkation selected, Full World Cruise voyages may begin or end with a Panama Canal transit. 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 onboard events; special gifts; “As You Wish” shipboard spending credits; and fare savings for early booking and Crystal Society. A new deposit policy offers 15% reduced deposit requirement for any Full World Cruise guests also deposited on Crystal’s 2020 and/or 2021 Full World Cruises. Bookings are now open for previous, current, and future Full World Cruise guests; bookings open to the public on April 10, 2019
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