If you’re on a quest to find the most epic world cruise you’ll ever experience, we have just the voyage for you. Luxury cruise liner Crystal Cruises has announced not one, but two grand voyages.
The 27-year-old luxury liner revealed it will operate a 114-day journey on its plush Crystal Symphony, starting from Cape Town, South Africa and concluding in Miami on Jan. 7th 2018. Only 14 days later, it will operate a 112-day excursion on the posh Crystal Serenity kicking off in Los Angeles and ending in Rome, Italy.
The 114-day expedition will make stops in the Southern hemisphere including South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, French Polynesia, South America and the Caribbean. In addition there will be six maiden calls: Geraldton, Bunbury and Esperance Australia; Burnie, Tasmania; Fakarava, French Polynesia and Robinson Crusoe Island, Chile.
Passengers on board the112-day voyage commencing in Los Angles will have the opportunity to see Southeast Asia, India, Dubai and the Mediterranean. Maiden calls include Manila Philippines and Mumbai, India.
If you want to shake things up, travelers can opt to swamp ships, allowing passengers to maximize their trip. The Symphony and Serenity will meet in Sydney, Australia on Feb. 17th, 2018. Additionally, the luxury liner has a gala planned for the Sydney stop.
The Serenity features four Crystal Penthouses that are 1,345 sq. ft., 33 penthouse suites roughly 538 sq. ft. and 72 penthouses about 403 sq. ft. All penthouse suites have a terrace and include a personal butler service with packing and unpacking services, complimentary beer and wine and a host of ultra-luxe amenities.
Like the Serenity, the Symphony also features a number of spacious well-appointed penthouse suites with a personal butler service, in-suite pre-dinner cocktail and canapé service.
For your comfort, the beds are piled high with swanky duvets, fine linens and more.
To experience the full world cruise prices start at $47, 150 per person, including $2,000 per person credit for private transfers and other benefits.
(Photos via Crystal Cruises)