Sunday, June 11, 2017

Celebrate Summer with Crystal's Kids Sail Free

Kayak through spectacular glacial landscapes, hike picturesque mountain trails, or go horseback riding in ancient forests … the possibilities for family fun and discovery are as grand as your imagination on a summer vacation cruise with Crystal. On select 2017 and 2018 voyages aboard Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity, treat yourself to special value and benefits designed to sweeten the all-inclusive luxury experience for the whole family. Junior cruisers age 17 and under sailing with two full-fare adults enjoy complimentary third berths, plus enrichment and entertainment programs created specifically for them. From fashion shows and karaoke dancing to behind-the-scenes experiences and high-tech video games, there's a world of kid-friendly activities waiting to be discovered aboard Crystal's ships. Junior cruisers will delight in dedicated play and gaming facilities, while also enjoying special programs created just for them such as scavenger hunts, fashion shows, cookie decorating, karaoke dancing, team games and more on select sailings.

On 'Kids Sail Free' Voyages, Enjoy Exclusive Limited-Time Savings & Added Perks:
• 2-for-1 Cruise-Only Fares with additional savings when booked by June 30, 2017
• Complimentary fine wines, premium spirits, and champagnes
• Complimentary gratuities for all dining, bar, housekeeping and Penthouse butler staff
• Complimentary evening of specialty dining in Nobu Matsuhisa's Silk Road and Sushi Bar or Prego, with additional evening reservations available for a $30 per person fee, subject to availability
• Complimentary enrichment via the innovative Creative Learning Institute and the Computer University@Sea with classes and presentations on a diverse array of topics
• Complimentary fitness programs with classes in yoga, Pilates, Spinning, and more
Book by June 30, 2017 for the best value on your Crystal family vacation. For more information and sailing dates, visit Crystal Cruises.

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