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July 06, 2005

Save 15% On Crystal Harmony's Second-to-Last Voyage to Alaska

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Save 15% On Crystal Harmony's Second-to-Last Voyage to Alaska

LOS ANGELES (July 5, 2005) - Crystal Cruises is offering 15% off all stateroom categories on new bookings made by August 15 for the luxurious Crystal Harmony's 12-day September 3 Alaska cruise. Guests can save from $363 to more than $2,500 per person, depending on the purchased stateroom category. Fares start at just $2,232 per person, or $186 per person, per day, representing the lowest fares available for Crystal Cruises' remaining 2005 Alaska season.

The cruise also marks Crystal Harmony's second-to-last voyage to Alaska before joining its Japanese parent company's cruise division in November of 2005.

Sailing round-trip from San Francisco, the cruise will visit Victoria, British Columbia, Canada; and Juneau, Skagway, Sitka and Ketchikan, Alaska, as well as cruising the Inside Passage and Glacier Bay.

As part of Crystal Cruises' ninth annual Crystal Wine & Food Festival, an award-winning guest chef and wine expert will be on board to present lectures, cooking demonstrations, and a special four-course dinner utilizing the region's freshest ingredients.

Fares quoted are based on per person, double occupancy accommodations and include port charges. A fuel surcharge of $4.00 per person, per day will be added to the cruise fare for bookings not paid in full by July 15. Savings are not combinable with other offers.

At 50,000-tons, the luxurious Crystal Harmony carries only 940 guests, and is a perfect floating resort from which to view the breathtaking glaciers and unspoiled Alaskan and British Columbia scenery. The award-winning ship features expansive decks, richly appointed staterooms, more than half of which boast private verandahs, a wide variety of lounges for critically acclaimed entertainment, gourmet dining, a Caesars Palace at SeaŽ casino and a state-of-the-art, Feng Shui-designed spa and fitness facility.

Crystal Cruises is the recipient of an unprecedented nine consecutive best large-ship cruise line awards from the readers of Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure magazines.

Press Release by Crystal Cruises

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Posted by Denise at July 6, 2005 08:55 AM

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July 06, 2005

Save 15% On Crystal Harmony's Second-to-Last Voyage to Alaska

diamondprincess.jpg

Save 15% On Crystal Harmony's Second-to-Last Voyage to Alaska

LOS ANGELES (July 5, 2005) - Crystal Cruises is offering 15% off all stateroom categories on new bookings made by August 15 for the luxurious Crystal Harmony's 12-day September 3 Alaska cruise. Guests can save from $363 to more than $2,500 per person, depending on the purchased stateroom category. Fares start at just $2,232 per person, or $186 per person, per day, representing the lowest fares available for Crystal Cruises' remaining 2005 Alaska season.

The cruise also marks Crystal Harmony's second-to-last voyage to Alaska before joining its Japanese parent company's cruise division in November of 2005.

Sailing round-trip from San Francisco, the cruise will visit Victoria, British Columbia, Canada; and Juneau, Skagway, Sitka and Ketchikan, Alaska, as well as cruising the Inside Passage and Glacier Bay.

As part of Crystal Cruises' ninth annual Crystal Wine & Food Festival, an award-winning guest chef and wine expert will be on board to present lectures, cooking demonstrations, and a special four-course dinner utilizing the region's freshest ingredients.

Fares quoted are based on per person, double occupancy accommodations and include port charges. A fuel surcharge of $4.00 per person, per day will be added to the cruise fare for bookings not paid in full by July 15. Savings are not combinable with other offers.

At 50,000-tons, the luxurious Crystal Harmony carries only 940 guests, and is a perfect floating resort from which to view the breathtaking glaciers and unspoiled Alaskan and British Columbia scenery. The award-winning ship features expansive decks, richly appointed staterooms, more than half of which boast private verandahs, a wide variety of lounges for critically acclaimed entertainment, gourmet dining, a Caesars Palace at SeaŽ casino and a state-of-the-art, Feng Shui-designed spa and fitness facility.

Crystal Cruises is the recipient of an unprecedented nine consecutive best large-ship cruise line awards from the readers of Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure magazines.

Press Release by Crystal Cruises

Crystal Cruises to Alaska
Crystal Cruises to Mexico
Crystal Cruises to Europe

Posted by Denise at July 6, 2005 08:55 AM

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