Crystal Cruises announces 7-night Caribbean itineraries for Crystal Serenity

   June 14, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

Crystal Cruises announced 7-night Caribbean itineraries (themed as "Sunkissed Chic and Tropical Interlude") for the ship Crystal Serenity, with planned deployment in October-November 2020.

Sailing between PortMiami Florida and San Juan Puerto Rico, these itineraries can be combined into B2Bs (14-day roundtrips) from Miami without repeating call ports.

The new for Crystal voyages feature a new "Simply the Best" program including the best stateroom available at booking time, low Solo Fares from 125%, reduced deposit of USD 100 pp, USD 250 "As You Wish" OBC (onboard credit per stateroom, double-occupancy) and 10% cruise discounts when booking the 14-night B2B itinerary.

Crystal Serenity's new Caribbean itineraries include:

Cruise fares start at USD 1400 pp. Booking with FCCs (Future Cruise Credits) is also allowed.

Crystal Serenity cruise ship

The Crystal Confidence program offers reduced deposits of USD 100 for Ocean voyages, a 60-day period prior to first service final payment, adjusted cancellation policy allowing vacationers to cancel up to 7 days before sailing and receive 100% FCC, valid through 2022.

Customers booking Crystal’s fall 2020 Caribbean journeys have an additional layer of cruise protection with the Crystal Voyage Assurance program extended to the new Crystal Serenity itineraries, which allows guests to cancel their voyage for a full refund within 7 days in case there is a significant itinerary change due to global travel restrictions.

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