On e of the world’s most luxurious cruises will set anchor in the Mediterranean from the end of March through October of 2016. Crystal Yacht Cruises’ Crystal Esprit will offer more than 30 itineraries many of which are only accessible by smaller vessels, captivating guests with the destination’s beauty, charm and historical significance.
Each of the seven-day voyages aboard the 62-guest yacht can be combined with the following one to create expanded vacations without repeating ports.
“Crystal Esprit’s Mediterranean and Adriatic Coast voyages reflect the yacht itself – sailing in a region that has long been beloved by Crystal guests and travelers the world over, but also exploring destinations in an entirely new way,”
says Crystal president and CEO, Edie Rodriguez.
“These itineraries perfectly blend some of Western Europe’s most famously bustling cities with other, more remote and quaint spots.”
All of the itineraries have been carefully crafted to heavily explore several destinations within one or two countries, allowing guests a more immersive cultural experience. Some of the yacht’s Mediterranean locales include Piran (Slovenia), Kotor (Montenegro), Limassol (Cyprus) and Kas (Turkey)
While Crystal Esprit’s itineraries along the Adriatic Coast and throughout the world will venture to new sites for the world’s most awarded luxury cruise line, what will remain is Crystal’s commitment to a superior standard of luxury for its globetrotting guests. Besides the vessel’s all-suite design that boasts a distinct atmosphere of sailing aboard one’s own private yacht, Crystal Esprit will be well appointed with elegant amenities; high-end finishes, modern technology and outfitted for adventure.
This includes a two-passenger submarine, two 10-passenger zodiacs for special excursions and a 12-passenger Wider 32-foot super yacht tender for special boating adventures. Additionally, at the guests’ fingertips are water skis, wake boards, kayaks, jet skis, fishing, and snorkel equipment.
All-inclusive cruise fares for Crystal Esprit’s Mediterranean/Adriatic Coast voyages start at $3,920 (circa €3500).