Crystal Cruises has introduced air credits to entice new bookings on its soon-to-re-launch ocean voyage program. The luxury cruise line, backed by A&K Travel Group – the parent company of Abercrombie & Kent – is offering up to US$500 per person air credit when booking a 2023 cruise by 31 July.
“Thanks to this exclusive, limited-time offer, you can soon be embracing the comfort and sophistication that has made Crystal a leading name in cruising,” the revived cruise line said.
Guests can save up to US$1,000 per suite, with air reservations needing to be booked through Crystal. Alternatively, airfares booked outside of Crystal will receive a US$500 per person credit on their cruise fare.
“Unlock the world’s wonders, create unforgettable memories, and enjoy Crystal’s world-famous service and gastronomy, aboard Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony,” the liner added.
There are 25 eligible sailings for the air credit promotion, with the earliest departure being a 12-night Europe and Mediterranean cruise from Marseille to Lisbon aboard Crystal Serenity on 31 July 2023.
Other sailings of between 7 and 11 nights are offered in the Baltics and Northern Europe through late September/early October before switching to North America and Canada, along with Africa and the Indian Ocean during Q4 2023. Among that collection are three sailings that include Australia aboard Crystal Symphony;
- 15-night Singapore to Fremantle (Perth), 21 November 2023
- 14-night Fremantle (Perth) to Auckland, 6 December 2023
- 15-night Auckland to Sydney, 20 December 2023
For all the details and departures, see crystalcruises.com/offer/us-air-credit-2023-07-31
The special flight promotion comes a week after Crystal confirmed that the first of its two ships had entered drydock at the Fincantieri shipyard in Trieste, Italy.
“We are thrilled to share that Crystal Serenity has entered dry dock, getting us one step closer to sailing on 31 July 2023,” Crystal said on social media.