Crystal Unveils Low Solo Fares For 2018 & 2019 Ocean And River Sailings

Solo travelers can take advantage of significant value on more than three dozen luxury voyages this year and next, as Crystal Cruises and Crystal River Cruises introduce a wide selection of sailings offering new low single supplements. With solo fares starting at just 110% of regular cruise fares, guests seeking to indulge in the global luxury travel experience independently can do so at a fraction of the regular all-inclusive cruise fares, which feature all shipboard and shoreside gratuities, Michelin-inspired cuisine in a variety of elegant venues, unlimited pours of fine wines and spirits, Ambassador Hosts on every ocean sailing; and more than 200 immersive shoreside experiences with every river sailing.

In 2018, featured Crystal Cruises ocean voyages aboard Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity sail to the Mediterranean, New England & Canada, South America, the Caribbean and Pacific Coast; 2019 featured sailings cruise to South America, Australia & New Zealand, Africa, and Hawaii & the South Pacific. Crystal River Cruises’ 2018 and 2019 voyages with low solo fares explore historic and cultural hubs along the Danube and Rhine rivers, sailing from Vienna, Budapest, Basel and Amsterdam aboard all five of the fleet’s all-suite, butler-serviced ships.

Featured Crystal Cruises voyages range from seven to 26 days; featured Crystal River Cruises voyages range from seven to 16 days. Crystal’s Book Now Savings offer additional value of up to $2,000 per suite.

Photo courtesy of Crystal Cruises

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