These cruises will sell out fast so don’t wait to call a Pavlus travel adviser
By Patti Pietschmann, Travel Diva
The luxury line is offering 36 all-inclusive extravagant journeys of six to 15 nights to classic destinations.
These include five maiden visits to intriguing, charming spots such as– Kampot, Cambodia; Khor Fakkan, UAE; Gisborne, New Zealand; Malmoe, Sweden; and Bristol, England.
New embarkation options
There are also new embarkation options in the boutique port of Eilat, Israel. And a revisit to charming Skagen, Denmark as well as an overnight in the fashionable city of Antwerp, Belgium (rare among ocean ships!).
Booking open on July 27, so call a Pavlus agent at 800-528-9300 or check out the offerings at www.pavlus.com.
Cruising on Crystal Symphony is akin to staying in a floating luxury resort. There’s a chic, casual sophisticated ambiance. It’s a wonderful ship for relaxing or doing it all.
Choices include a casino, spa, fitness center, Computer University at Sea, movies, shows, paddle ball, jogging, pool swimming and more. Below a passenger on our last cruise jogged daily to set a record and stay in shape.
Meals are divine. The service sublime. (I can attest to this after many cruises on her. There are butlers manning Penthouse deck occupants. Free WiFi, free self-service laundromat (or you can send out your dirty clothes). You also get complimentary champagne, wines, spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffees and dining. And there’s no tipping.
Check out this exclusive preview so that when reservations open to on July 22, 2020 you can contact Pavlus to set you up.
Do keep in mind these are fluid times but Crystal’s offers Easy Book no-risk reduced deposits on all voyages through 2023.