Crystal Cruises Announces 2018-2020 “Book Now Savings” Program

By ,   July 31, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

New incentives to “book now” are currently available with worldwide cruises aboard all-inclusive Crystal Cruises, Crystal Yacht Expedition Cruises and Crystal River Cruises. The new “Book Now Savings” program of the company offers reduced fares that feature limited-time savings up to US$2,000 per suite on hundreds of luxury Crystal cruises, with prices increasing once the expiration date is reached.

“Book Now Savings” are offered on select 2018, 2019 and 2020 cruises aboard Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony, as well as on line’s yacht, Crystal Esprit, and Crystal River Cruises.

Crystal Esprit cruise ship

The “Book Now Savings” program applies to all Crystal brand experiences. Company's global journeys from Africa, Asia and Australia to South America and Europe offer onboard enrichment and over 2,000 experiences ashore, affording passengers chances to customize their experience.

Crystal Yacht Expedition Cruises cater to passengers who prefer a small-ship setting. Hosting only 62 guests, Crystal's Esprit yacht sails the less visited harbors of Caribbean, Adriatic, United Arab Emirates, Seychelles and beyond with experiences inviting travelers to actively experience all destinations.

Crystal River Cruises feature landscapes along the Rhine, Main, Moselle and Danube rivers, as well as modern cities and the medieval towns that have shaped the history of the region. Voyages aboard Crystal’s river fleet of 5 all-suite, butler-serviced ships focus on the culture of destinations, with further exploration of local, artistic and culinary perspectives in Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, Switzerland, Netherlands, Serbia and Croatia.

“Book Now Savings” range between US$200-$1,000 per passenger depending on selected date. Current “Book Now Savings” program expires on August 31 for Crystal Cruises ocean trips and September 30 for Crystal Yacht Expedition and Crystal River Cruises sailings. The cruise line has already determined that prices will increase on at least 21 ocean cruises as of September 1.