Crystal River Cruises Europe range offers more variety: Travel Weekly
Crystal River Cruises this week unveiled its 2023 lineup, which the company says offers 190 itineraries across Europe with a wider variety of sailing lengths than ever before.
In addition to 150 of its popular seven-night cruises, the company has expanded its list of shorter five-night sailings as well as its collection of 10- to 17-night voyages.
“Each year, we strive to create itineraries that combine both the destinations our customers enjoy most as well as new highlights and experiences,” said Walter Littlejohn, senior vice president and general manager, Crystal River Cruises. . “The 2023 rollout aboard our five magnificent river vessels is designed to offer choices that will appeal to luxury travelers of all ages and interests, with personalized service, dining experiences, spacious suites and attention to detail. only found with Crystal.”
New, shorter five-night crossings, which can be combined with pre- or post-cruise land programs, include Discover the Danube sailing from Vienna to Vilshofen, Germany aboard the Crystal Ravel and a Playgrounds of the Netherlands & Belgium on the Crystal Mahler which sails round trip from Amsterdam.
Among the longer routes added:
• The 14-night Pearls of the Danube cruise aboard the Crystal Ravel which combines the Wachau Valley with Vienna and Budapest, with a cruise through Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania.
• A 15-night cruise to vineyards, castles and masterpieces from Basel, Switzerland to Amsterdam on the Crystal Mahler which combines the waterways of the Netherlands and Belgium with a Rhine Valley cruise Medium
• The 17-night Grand Rhin et Moselle, which sails on the Crystal Mahler through Dutch waterways and the Moselle Valley wine region.
Reservations for the 2023 season open May 18, the company said.