Crystal River Cruises Announces Low Solo Fares On Select 2018 Itineraries

Crystal River Cruises has released details of an ultra-low single supplement of just 10% on selected 2018 itineraries. Solo travellers will pay 110% of the regular cruise fare on

Crystal Debussy River Ship

Crystal River Cruises has released details of an ultra-low single supplement of just 10% on selected 2018 itineraries. Solo travellers will pay 110% of the regular cruise fare on the following 2018 itineraries:

  • 6th November: seven-night cruise from Basel to Amsterdam on Crystal Debussy
  • 10th November: ten-night cruise round trip from Vienna on Crystal Mozart
  • 13th November: ten-night cruise from Amsterdam to Basel on Crystal Debussy
  • 23rd November: seven-night cruise from Basel to Amsterdam on Crystal Debussy
  • 30th November: ten-night cruise from Amsterdam to Basel on Crystal Debussy
  • 10th December: seven-night cruise from Basel to Amsterdam on Crystal Debussy
  • 13th December: seven-night cruise from from Budapest to Vienna on Crystal Ravel
  • 15th December: 11-night cruise from Amsterdam to Basel on Crystal Bach
  • 17th December: ten-night cruise from Amsterdam to Basel on Crystal Debussy
  • 22nd December: 13-night cruise round trip from Vienna on Crystal Ravel
  • 27th December: seven-night cruise from Basel to Amsterdam on Crystal Debussy

Crystal’s new Rhine Class river vessels are the European river cruising industry’s first and only all-suite, all-butler vessels, with every category of accommodation positioned above the water line.  All suites feature Panoramic Balcony-Windows and walk-in closets and dual vanity bathrooms are featured in most categories. Crystal Mozart is Europe’s most spacious river ship, at twice the width of any other, and offers an unrivalled number of social spaces, restaurants and the largest spa on the rivers. All of Crystal’s river ships feature acclaimed butler service in every room category, king-size beds, ETRO amenities, robes and slippers, and wall-mounted flat-screen HD TVs. Additional enticing features include farm-to-table cuisine in multiple, open-seating eateries: the elegant Waterside Restaurant, namesake Bistro cafés and the exclusive Vintage Room; and the Palm Court for entertainment, enrichment presentations and sweeping views of the countryside.

For further information and reservations please call The Cruise People Ltd in London on +44 (0)20 7723 2450 or e-mail cruise@cruisepeople.co.uk

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Keel Laid For Crystal Endeavor – Other Cruise News: The Crystal Diamond Class – AIDANova Floated Out At Papenburg

THE CRUISE EXAMINER AT CYBERCRUISES.COM BY KEVIN GRIFFIN

The Cruise Examiner for 27th August 2018

Crystal Endeavor

The 200-berth 600-foot Crystal Endeavor will join ships making the Northwest Passage

Last week saw three pieces of news from Germany, first with the keel-laying ceremony for the 200-berth Crystal Endeavor at Stralsund, and second with a reveal of the rendering of the new downsized 65,000-ton (as opposed to 100,000-ton) Crystal Diamond class ships. Elsewhere in Germany, the LNG-powered AIDANova was floated out at Meyer Werft in Papenburg.

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Crystal Accepts Fifth River Cruiser – Queen Elizabeth 2 Hotel Opens In October – Princess To Carry 200,000 From Australia In 2019/20

The Cruise Examiner for 16th April 2018

QE2 Hotel Dubai

The first phase of the former Cunard liner Queen Elizabeth 2‘s conversion into a floating hotel opens on Wednesday in Dubai

Last week saw the delivery of Crystal River Cruises’ fifth ship and fourth newbuilding in eight months, when the 106-berth Crystal Ravel was delivered in Wismar, Germany. Elsewhere, Cunard Line’s former North Atlantic liner Queen Elizabeth 2 is finally advancing towards opening this October as a floating hotel in Dubai. And Princess Cruises, with its Majestic Princess, Golden Princess, Ruby Princess and Sun Princess, prepares for a 200,000-guest season in Australia and New Zealand in 2019-20.

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Celebrity Edge Will Work From Europe In 2019 – Other Cruise News: The B Debuts For U By Uniworld – Crystal Cruises’ Getaway Cruises

The Cruise Examiner for 23rd October 2017

The B

U By Uniworld’s 361-foot 120-berth Millenial cruiser The B, in her all-black livery, has equivalent décor and artwork on board

Last week, it was announced that the Celebrity Edge, the first of four new 2,900-berth “Edge” class ships, will be based in Europe in 2019. In addition, the existing Celebrity fleet of nine will be refurbished between 2019 and 2023 as the four new ships are delivered. Elsewhere, the world’s first cruise ship designed for Millenials, U by Uniworld’s The B (above), is to enter service on the Seine next spring, to be followed by a second ship, The A, on the Rhine. Finally, Crystal Cruises has added to its selection of short cruises with five 6- to 8-day cruises for 2018 in addition to the seven short cruises that are being sold this year.

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Cunard Orders A Fourth Ship – Saga Orders Second Ship From Meyer Werft – Crystal: Next Northwest Passage For Crystal Endeavor

The Cruise Examiner for 25th September 2017

Q4

Cunard Line’s new 3,000-berth cruise liner for 2022 Queen Anne or Queen Charlotte?

Today, an announcement was made by Cunard Line that it had ordered a fourth ocean liner, for delivery in 2022. The 3,000-berth vessel will be based on Holland America Line’s “Koningsdam” platform. Elsewhere, Saga Cruises announced last week that it had ordered a second 999-berth ship, to be named Spirit of Adventure, from Meyer Werft in Papenburg. And finally, Crystal Cruises is calling time after two successful Northwest Passage transits and has made it known that the next such crossing would be made by its newbuilding, the 200-berth Crystal Endeavour, in 2019 or 2020.

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A Ten-Ship Weekend At Southampton – Mascot, Pathfinder or Ambassador? – Crystal Cruises Back In Dover

The Cruise Examiner for 21st August 2017

Pacific Princess

The 688-berth Pacific Princess has served as Princess Cruises’ flagship, mascot and its 50% Anniversary ship

This weekend at Southampton was one of the busiest of the season seeing five cruise ship visits on each of Saturday and Sunday, including the -ton Queen Mary 2,for a total of ten ships over the weekend, plus the passenger-carrying container ship CMA CGM Corte Real on Sunday. Elsewhere, we look at fleets that feature one smaller ship in addition to their main fleet of larger cruise ships. Finally, Crystal Cruises has returned to Dover after a two-year absence.

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One Ocean To Acquire Hanseatic – Other Cruise News: MV Werften Delivers First Ship – TUI Discovery To Be Based At Newcastle

The Cruise Examiner for 7th August 2017

RCGS Resolute profile

One Ocean Expeditions has taken a long-term charter on the 146-berth RCGS Resolute, to enter service in November 2018

Last week, Canadian-based One Ocean Expeditions announced the acquisition of a third ship for its expedition fleet, while indicating that it would probably be doing more business in non-polar regions as well as in the Nova Scotia port of Sydney. Meanwhile, the Baltic shipyard MV Werften has delivered the first vessel under its new ownership by Genting Group of Hong Kong. The 106-berth Crystal Bach, which will cruise the Rhine, Main and Danube, will be the second ship in the Crystal River Cruises fleet, following the 154-berth Crystal Mozart on the Danube. Finally, Thomson Cruises has confirmed that it will base its 1,830-berth TUI Discovery at Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 2018.

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