Following a one-month deployment across Asia from 26 April until 26 May 2019, the newly refurbished Crystal Symphony will be on a two-month deployment in Asia in 2020, from 15 February to 13 April, with eight new itineraries.
Hong Kong - Crystal Cruises has announced that the newly refurbished Crystal Symphony will be on a two-month deployment in Asia in 2020, from 15 February to 13 April, with eight new itineraries.
Thatcher Brown, President of Dream Cruises & Managing Director of Crystal Cruises Asia, said: “We are excited about Crystal Cruises’ return to Asia, offering more options for discerning travellers in the region to experience the incomparable luxury and unparalleled personal service of the world’s most awarded cruise line.”
Crystal Symphony’s new 2020 itineraries include the 8-night Hong Kong-Hanoi-Da Nang-Ho Chi Minh City voyage from 15 to 23 February; 7-night Ho Chi Minh City-Ko Samui-Sihannoukville-Singapore from 23 February to 1 March; 8-night Singapore-Ko Samui-Bangkok-Sihannoukville-Ho Chi Minh City from 1 to 9 March; and 7-night Ho Chi Minh City-Da Nang-Hanoi-Hong Kong from 9 to 16 March.
The ship also offers the 7-night Hong Kong-Taipei-Kagoshima-Tokyo from 16 to 23 March; 8-night Tokyo-Shanghai-Hong Kong from 23 to 31 March; 5-night Hong Kong-Danang-Ho Chi Minh City from 31 March to 5 April; and 8-night Ho Chi Minh City-Bangkok-Sihannoukville-Singapore from 5 to 13 April.
Crystal Symphony is currently on a one-month deployment across Asia from 26 April until 26 May 2019, starting with the 13-night South China Sea Collection voyage from Singapore to Hong Kong with ports of call in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, from 26 April to 9 May.
This year itineraries will culminate with the 17-night Accents on the Orient cruise voyage, from Hong Kong to Tokyo with visits to Taiwan, South Korea and China, from 9-26 May.
According to Crystal Cruises, Crystal Symphony maintains one of the highest space-per-guest ratios at sea. The newly refurbished ship features spaciously elegant interiors and acclaimed six-star service and dine on Michelin-inspired cuisine. On board, there is a wide range of enrichment programs, entertainment and recreational facilities, including a pool deck, gym, beauty salon and the Crystal Life Spa, as well as international stage production shows.
In addition to ocean cruises, Crystal also brings its heritage of luxury to the famous rivers and waterways of Europe.
In time for this year’s Christmas holidays, Crystal River Cruises is introducing a 7-Day Danube Christmas Dreams voyage along the legendary Danube river aboard Crystal Mozart, from 11 to 16 December 2019. The journey features Vienna’s landmarks including the legendary Ringstrasse or Ring Road, together with other magnificent sites including the Imperial Palace, Vienna State Opera, as well as the Natural History Museum.
According to Brown, a growing number of luxury travellers in Asia are seeking more comprehensive and authentic experiences and river cruises are excellent alternative for exploring and enjoying a vacation in Europe. “With the Christmas holidays being a popular time to travel, those seeking a unique adventure can explore Europe with their families, friends and loved ones for an unforgettable celebration on Crystal River Cruises,” he said.