Crystal Cruises unveiled its 2022 Full World Cruise onboard Crystal Serenity, a singular circumnavigation with 5 embarkation and disembarkation choices that range from 86 to 116 nights.
The “Myths, Marvels & Monuments: A Cultural Mosaic” cruise ís Crystal’s 27th annual World Voyage, exploring the Panama Canal, Hawaii, Tonga, Samoa, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Israel, the Black Sea, Greece, the French Riviera.
The 2022 World Cruise comprises 8 individual segments of 12-19 nights, each available for individual booking.
Highlights of Crystal Serenity's world cruise include:
- Central America focus, visiting Nicaragua, Jamaica, Guatemala, the Panama Canal along with Mexican Riviera exploration.
- Polynesia and South Pacific focus, out of Hawaii to Tonga, with a total of 12 days at sea.
- Australia & New Zealand focus, exploring the “Lord of the Rings” landscapes and Barossa and Margaret River wine regions, with overnights in Sydney and Auckland.
- Indonesia and Indian Ocean focus, sailing along Australia’s west coast and highlighting the temples of Bali and Sri Lanka, along with an overnight in Singapore and on to the Maldives.
- Intensive exploration of the Holy Land and Arabian Gulf, including overnights in Mumbai, Luxor, the Valley of the Kings (Safaga, Egypt), Jerusalem (Tel Aviv), visiting the ancient sites of Limassol, Petra, and Rhodes, as well as transiting the Suez Canal.
- Black Sea coast exploration, overnighting in Istanbul and Monte Carlo and calling at historical cities in Bulgaria, Ukraine, Romania, along with the Italian Riviera.
- Trans-Atlantic route exploring Gibraltar and the limestone Saint Michael’s Cave, the military bastions of Cartagena and Ponta Delgada, capital of the Azores archipelago.
With Full World Cruise options that range between 82-116 nights, passengers can choose to sail round-trip out of Miami FL or Los Angeles (116 nights); out of Miami FL to Monte Carlo (102 nights); out of Los Angeles to Monte Carlo (100 nights) or out of 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.
Bookings are already open for previous, current, or future Full World Cruise passengers. Bookings open to the general public on April 10, 2019.