Adventurous travellers who enjoy luxury can now book expeditions aboard the Crystal Endeavor for 2021, as reservations opened yesterday (March 13) for the polar class expedition yacht’s full year.
The trips range from 10-28 nights and involve adventure, wilderness, wild life and deep cultural immersions in Antarctica; Japan; the Russian Far East, Aleutian Islands and Alaska; Australia/Tasmania and New Zealand; Indonesia and the Indian Ocean; Norway and the United Kingdom; Western Europe; Canary Islands and Atlantic; and South America.
Crystal Endeavor’s itinerary through the Northeast Passage – announced last month and initially opened for bookings only to Crystal Society guests – has just a few suites left, the company stated.
“The enthusiasm from travellers surrounding Crystal Endeavor has definitely carried over from her inaugural season. The new 2021 voyages are innovative expeditions designed to showcase some of the most legendary destinations, as well as those that reach beyond typical travel lists, and some unexpected discoveries along the way,” Carmen Roig, Crystal’s senior vice president, marketing and sales, stated.
The German-built, 20,000-GRT Crystal Endeavor accommodates just 200 guests with elegantly casual, expansive public spaces; all-suite, butler-serviced guest rooms; Michelin-inspired dining options including Master Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Umi Uma & Sushi Bar; full-service Crystal Life Salon & Spa and fitness centre.
Expedition-specific amenities and spaces were designed to enhance guests’ experience, including designated “mud rooms” and helicopter lounge.
The ship is being built at MV WERFTEN Shipyard in Stralsund, Germany.
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