Crystal Cruises will deploy Crystal Symphony to the Caribbean for a series of departures between late November 2021 through until March 2022.
The all-new series comes after Crystal pulled the pin on previously scheduled departures in early 2022 due to “fluctuating travel restrictions of individual countries due to the global pandemic,” as LATTE Cruise revealed.
Crystal Symphony will now offer 14 seven-night voyages and two 10- and 11-night holiday itineraries exploring the Lesser Antilles, the yachting harbours of the Virgin Islands and the pristine natural beauty of the Bahamian Out Islands.
The new Caribbean program will launch on 26 November with a seven-night voyage Bound for Paradise from New York City to Nassau.
Seven-night voyages including five Luxury Antilles Interlude cruises from Miami to San Juan, five Luxury Caribbean Kaleidoscope cruises from San Juan to Miami, and three Blissful Bahamian luxury cruises round-trip from Miami, will enable guests to combine voyages for longer sailings.
Seven-night Caribbean sailings are also combinable with Crystal Symphony’s 10-night Connoisseur’s Caribbean Holiday (18-29 December 2021), and 11-night Tropical New Year’s Celebration (29 December 2021 – 8 January 2022), both of which sail from Miami roundtrip.