Crystal Cruises unveils 2024 World Cruise on Serenity ship

   September 18, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Crystal Cruises unveiled its 2024 World Cruise, a 105-night voyage scheduled fo rCrystal Serenity that explores the Southern Hemisphere and beyond leaving from PortMiami Florida USA and ending in Civitavecchia-Rome Italy (January 5 thru April 20, 2024).

Crystal’s 27th World Cruise ‘Celebrated Cultures & Treasured Temples’ features a near circumnavigation of the globe with a total of 49 ports of call in 22 different countries and destinations including Mexico, the Panama Canal, French Polynesia, the South Pacific, Australia & New Zealand, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, the Red Sea, the Suez Canal, the Mediterranean isles of Crete, Cyprus, and Sicily.

Passengers booked on the line’s canceled 2022 World Cruise enjoy an exclusive booking window from September 21-30, 2021, and opens for reservations to the general public on October 1, 2021. Customers will benefit from 2-for-1 fares and Book Now Savings of up to US$17,250 per guest.

Crystal Serenity cruise ship

The voyage features 14 overnights in intriguing cities like Panama City, Cabo San Lucas, Bora Bora, Papeete Tahiti, Auckland NZ, Napier, Hobart Tasmania, Sydney NSW, Cairns, Bali, Colombo, Cochin, Mumbai, Eilat Israel.

Crystal’s 27th World Cruise will access 45 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from the Buddhas of Mumbai’s Elephanta Caves to the Land of Frankincense in Oman and the mosaics of Paphos on Cyprus.

‘Celebrated Cultures & Ancient Temples’ can also be enjoyed as an 89-night World Cruise from Los Angeles CA to Rome. The itinerary is comprised of 7 unique 13- to 18-night segments, that can be combined for customized regional explorations affording 5% savings.

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