Crystal Yacht Cruises has opened reservations for Crystal Esprit’s 2023 and early 2024 itineraries. These six-, seven- and eight-night voyages feature the Seychelles, Greece, France, Italy, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Croatia and more, with itineraries designed to offer immersive experiences in each region. Guests can reserve their 2023 Crystal Esprit voyage with no money down, as Crystal Confidence 2.0 offers a 90-day deposit window, extended final payments, and relaxed cancellation schedules for all voyages on all Crystal brand experiences through 2023.
From January 2023 through March 2024, the 62-guest, all-suite, butler-serviced yacht, named the 2019 Best Small-Ship Cruise Line by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler, will sail 58 enriching itineraries that will entice history buffs, underwater adventurers, foodies and cultural savants alike, including the Greek Isles & Corinth Canal; Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast & the Adriatic; Italian Riviera; French Riviera; Holy Land and Middle East; and the Seychelles Islands.
Several of the itineraries maximize the distinct features of Crystal Esprit, including the yacht’s private marina, fully outfitted for complimentary use of water skis, wake and paddle boards, kayaks, jet skis and snorkel gear, and deep-water adventures up to 1,000 feet in the private submersible for an additional charge. The all-suite yacht offers Crystal’s signature acclaimed standard of luxury and service with private butler service for every suite; fresh, farm-to-table cuisine and an array of open-seating dining venues.
Fares for Crystal Esprit’s 2023 and early 2024 itineraries begin at $2,699 per person.
The safety of guests and crew members is the company’s number one priority and the fleet will resume service only when the company’s expert team and global health and government authorities indicate that it is safe to do so. It has suspended all voyages across its fleet for the remainder of 2020, and introduced Crystal Clean+ – the initial set of health and safety protocols to be implemented when the company resumes service, considered the 2.0 version of Crystal’s already stringent protocols. The policies were developed with the latest data available from health experts and will be updated as new information and guidelines become available.