Crystal Announces Endeavor’s 2021 Deployment

By ,   March 7, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Crystal Expedition Cruises announced the complete 2021 deployment for the luxury expedition yacht Crystal Endeavor.

During expedition voyages that last between 10-28 nights, the polar class yacht is due to explore destinations throughout Antarctica; the Russian Far East, Aleutian Islands, Alaska; Japan; Indonesia, the Indian Ocean; Australia, New Zealand; Western Europe; Norway, the United Kingdom; Canary Islands, Atlantic; South America. Last month, Crystal announced that Endeavor will also sail an elusive Northeast Passage 2021.

Every voyage will focus on the active adventure, bio-diversity, cultural and natural history of the destinations visited, with expert expedition guides available onboard. Some travel to rarely visited destinations - from the Arctic to Antarctic – such as the Aleutian Islands west of Alaska; New Zealand’s Sub-Antarctic Islands; and Christmas Island. Others offer new perspectives and unique access to popular locales, including prime dock positioning in Bangkok's heart at Khlong Toei, downtown Saigon and across from Royal Yacht Britannia in Port Leith-Edinburgh.

Crystal Endeavor cruise ship

At all times, ports of call and itineraries are subject to the discretion of the Captain based on ice conditions, prevailing weather and government permits. Wilderness highlights and wildlife sightings on any itinerary can't be guaranteed.

Crystal Endeavor’s expeditions for 2021 will open for booking on March 13.