Crystal Cruises is the crystal clear choice for discriminating travelers

Now that Crystal Cruises has sailed into
all-inclusive territory, being aboard Crystal Symphony and Crystal
Serenity is easier than ever. The Los Angeles based cruise line is best known for extraordinary service,
exceptional quality, and incredible choices. If you’ve ever been on one of their ships you know what I mean.

Now the all-inclusive
experience features complimentary fine wines, champagne and premium
spirits; dining in all restaurants, including specialty venues Prego by
Piero Selvaggio, and Silk Road and The Sushi Bar by Nobu Matsuhisa;
open-bar service throughout the ship; gratuities for housekeeping, bar
and dining staff throughout the ship; all non-alcoholic beverages –
including bottled water, specialty coffee drinks, soft drinks, fresh
juices – and Afternoon Tea Service; early embarkation luncheon; welcome champagne; 24-hour room service; and more.

“Iberian Journey” Sailing

WHEN: May 9 – 21, 2012

WHAT’S COOL:
From the sun-kissed shores of Morocco to the regal cathedrals of
London, visit the inviting beaches and lush gardens of the Mediterranean
while aboard Crystal Symphony with a new friend – peace activist and
proponent of nonviolence, Arun Gandhi. This cruise also happens to have a
special theme, the Crystal Food & Wine Festival! Join guest chefs
Nico Chessa and Piero Selvaggio along with wine expert Robin Kelly
O’Connor for some lessons from the kitchen and wine cellar. 

CALLS:
Barcelona, Mallorca/Palma de Mallorca, Valencia, and Malaga, Spain;
Tangiers, Morocco; Lisbon, Portugal; Bordeaux, France; and
London/Southampton, England

COST: Book
before April 30, 2012, for fares as low as $3,480 per person. Including
cruise, port, security, and handling charges of $305, the price comes
to about $315 per person per day.

Book by 4/30/12 to take advantage of this special pricing. To book, contact a travel agent, call 888-799-4625, or visit www.crystalcruises.com

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