HomeEuropeBelgiumCrystal’s Northern Europe Program Has Shorter Itineraries, More Overnights

Crystal Cruises’ summer 2013 voyages in Northern Europe will feature shorter itineraries and more overnights.

Beginning June 8 aboard the Crystal Serenity, three new seven-day itineraries and five 10-day luxury cruises will visit ports in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Estonia, Germany, Belgium, Finland, Russia and the U.K., including Ireland.

Crystal’s Northern Europe cruises offer a more than 25 percent increase in overnight calls, with twice as many the nights in Copenhagen alone.

Nearly all the voyages offer two nights in St. Petersburg. Two new seven-day U.K. cruises sail to and from Dublin for the first time, and a new seven-day London-Copenhagen sailing marks the line’s return to Amsterdam, Netherlands; Zeebrugge, Belgium; and Helsingborg, Sweden, after several years.

A 15-day North Cape voyage will make a maiden call to Loen and rare visit to Olden, Norway. North Cape and back-to-back Scandinavia/Russia cruises can be combined. Additionally, three Crystal Symphony cruises sail through Reykjavic, Iceland.

Through Dec. 28, all-inclusive “Book Now” cruise fares for Northern Europe begin at $2,885 per guest, with airfare add-on

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