If you have clients looking for last-minute bargains to Alaska,
Crystal Cruises may be just the ticket. Crystal is offering 15
percent off all stateroom categories on new bookings made by Aug.
15 for the Crystal Harmony’s Sept. 3 Alaska cruise. Savings will
range from $363 to more than $2,500 per person, depending on
stateroom category. Fares for the 12-day cruise start at $2,232 per
person, or $186 per person, per day, which is the lowest fare
available for Crystal’s remaining 2005 Alaska season.
The cruise will sail round-trip from San Francisco, with calls
at Victoria, British Columbia, as well as the Alaskan ports of
Juneau, Skagway, Sitka and Ketchikan. The ship will also cruise the
Inside Passage and Glacier Bay.
An award-winning guest chef and wine expert will be onboard, as
part of Crystal Cruises’ ninth annual Crystal Wine & Food
Festival. Scheduled activities include lectures, cooking
demonstrations and a special four-course dinner.
The 50,000-ton, 940 -passenger Crystal Harmony is a consistent
award-winner, featuring verandas in more than half of its
staterooms; a Caesars Palace at Sea casino and a Feng Shui-designed
spa and fitness center. The Sept. 3 cruise will be the Harmony’s
second-to-last voyage to Alaska before it joins its Japanese parent
company’s cruise division in November.
Quoted fares are per person, double occupancy, including port
charges. A fuel surcharge of $4 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.