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Three New Mediterranean Ports a First for Crystal Cruises in 2013

Nov. 29th, 2012 | Comments 0 | Make a Comment   
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Luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises has announced their intent to take their passengers off-the-beaten-path during their Mediterranean Cruise season. Aside from the usual destinations, Crystal ships will, for the first time, be making stops in Canakkale, Turkey; La Spezia, Italy; and Castellón de la Plana, Spain. Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing for the brand, Jack Anderson said, “After sailing for more than two decades, we’re thrilled to still be finding novel destinations for our guests to discover, and combine them with much beloved locales to which they also love returning, time and time again.”
Crystal Cruises Turkey

Canakkale

A historic harbor city and popular vacation destination for Turkish natives (though how true that will be after a few cruise-ship drop-offs is uncertain), Canakkale is, like Istanbul, interestingly a part of both Europe and Asia. Passengers will have easy access to the archaeological battle of Troy and Gallipoli on their visit to Canakkale. Both the nine-day Crystal Serenity (leaving May 9, 2013) and Crystal Symphony (beginning July 25, 2013) itineraries feature a stop in Canakkale.
Crystal Cruises Mediterranean Town

La Spezia

A prominent military and commercial harbor, La Spezia is close to the rugged Cinque Terre coast, a popular tourist destination. If you would rather avoid the crowds however, the city’s Technical Naval Museum or National Transportation Museum will probably be pretty empty. Only the seven-day Crystal Serenity (departing September 28, 2013) cruise will port in La Spezia.
Crystal Cruises Palamos Spain

Want a complete Travel Quote including airfare, special hotel rates and FREE upgrades? Contact our Travel Specialist today! Castellón de la Plana

Located on the Prime Meridian, Castellón de la Plana is the capital of Castellón, one of the most mountainous Spanish provinces. It is famed for its rural tourism and 13th century architecture. During the November 2, 2013 13-day Crystal Serenity cruise, passengers will be allowed off the boat to admire the landscape, orange blossoms, or buildings at their leisure.

Fares begin at $3,110 a person, but if booked before December 28, 2012 passengers can save up to $1,500.
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