Ultra luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises has released its 2016 and early 2017 itineraries, including 41 maiden calls and an expanded West Coast programme.
The company has also published details of its two World Cruises, one being a 102-night San Francisco roundtrip with calls at Tokyo (pictured), Sydney and Bali.
Highlights of 2016 roster include overnight stays in Ibiza, Bora Bora, Berlin and Haifa as well as maiden calls in Venezuela, Guadeloupe and Nicaragua.
The early 2017 programme includes a 94-night dedicated South America tour and a 99-night pan pacific grand cruise.
There will also be a New England-Canada season with seven, eight, nine and 10-night itineraries.
Other highlights of the early 2017 itineraries include
- 94-night “Ultimate South America” World Cruise round-trip from Miami starting 10th January, comprising six segments sailing on Crystal Serenity through Antarctica, the Amazon, and to/from Colon, Valparaíso, Buenos Aires, Rio and Barbados.
- 99-night pan-Pacific Grand Cruise onboard Crystal Symphony starting 5th January, comprising seven segments sailing to/from Melbourne, Sydney (round-trip), Bali, Singapore, Hong Kong, Incheon and Tokyo, and featuring several new and rarely visited Polynesian ports and Crystal’s first return to the Philippines in 18 years.
- 14 Maiden Calls: Alotau and Kiriwina, Papua New Guinea; Boracay and Romblon Islands, Philippines; Iquique and Castro, Chiloé Island, Iquique, Chile; Isle of Pines, New CaledoniaMatarani, Peru; Champagne Bay, Vanuatu; Portobelo, Panama; Santo Tomás de Castilla, Guatemala; Stewart Island, New Zealand; Takamatsu, Japan; and Trujillo, Peru.
- Ports less visited: Antofagasta, Chile; Guadalcanal, Honiara, Solomon Islands; Port Vila, Vanuatu; Rabaul, Papua New Guinea; and Yasawa-I-Rara, Fiji.
More information is available on www.crystalcruises.co.uk