9-Night Yachting Expedition Trip: Caribbean Mystique from Miami



Crystal Expedition Cruises Announced Reservation Savings Increase to $ 4,000 Per Guest on New Luxury Expedition Yacht Crystal Endeavor’s Unique nine-night trip Expedition Yachting: Caribbean Mystique from Miami to San Juan departing October 25, 2021.

The itinerary offers rare encounters exploring rarely visited islands and charming harbors accessible only to private yachts. Departing from Miami offers American travelers the chance to experience the new state-of-the-art expedition yacht from a nearby U.S. port during its inaugural season. Crystal Endeavor’s The size allows for enviable access to off-the-beaten-path destinations including secluded and unspoiled Caribbean islands and exclusive yachting havens set off by crystal-clear waters, stunning sea caves, coral gardens, sandy beaches, fine sand, volcanic islands and more.

In addition to the free zodiac, kayak and snorkeling tours led by the onboard expedition team and launched from the ship‘s water sports marina, guests will enjoy exclusive activities including a private beach party with a DJ on the Man of War beach on the island of Great Inagua; a private beach day in a club accessible only by boat at Jost Van Dyke; the opportunity to visit Big Major Cay’s famous swimming pigs, snorkel Thunderball Cave, swim with sharks, and have lunch at the Staniel Cay Yacht Club in Great Exuma; and more. Other adventures include hiking in the lush mountains of Saba and exploring the UNESCO-listed Inagua National Park, home to West Indian flamingos and a variety of birds.

Fresh off its inaugural expeditions to Iceland and Europe, Crystal Effort garners rave reviews from guests and industry notables, praising the ship’s expedition adventures, unique and remote destinations, expansive and elegant public spaces, Michelin-inspired cuisine, unparalleled personal-client relationship and personalized and gracious butler service.

Departing from Miami, Expedition Yachting: Caribbean Mystique will stop at Great Exuma and Man of War Bay (Inagua Island), Bahamas; White Bay and Great Harbor on Jost Van Dyke, and Norman Island, British Virgin Islands; Gustavia, Saint-Barth; and Saba, the Netherlands; conclusion in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

All-inclusive cruise rates for Yachting Expedition: Mystic of the Caribbean starting at $ 12,999 per guest, including $ 4,000 in savings on Book Now. a As you wish $ 300 onboard credit per guest, can be used for indulgent spa treatments, Vintage Room experiences, shore adventures and more. Returning customers will enjoy double the Crystal Society savings of five percent, while new Crystal customers will save 2.5 percent on their trip, with solo fares starting at just 150 percent. All customers will benefit from reduced deposits of 15 percent. Additionally, travelers with Future Cruise Credits and Future Cruise Payments can redeem them on this cruise.

The 20,200 grt Crystal Agreement is the ninth ship in the award-winning cruise line‘s global fleet and is the industry’s fastest and most powerful expedition vessel, German designed for precision handling. With 100 gross tons and 10,000 cubic feet per guest and a guest space ratio of over 100, she has the largest space per guest of any vessel at sea. Luxuriously designed to offer discerning travelers both private and public spaces Elegantly spacious, the ship can accommodate just 200 guests in 100 well-appointed suites with verandas and butler service, some of the largest and most spacious of expedition cruises.

Throughout the ship, Crystal features accentuate the onboard passenger experience: dining options inspired by the Michelin Guide including Umi Uma, the first and only Japanese restaurant on an expedition ship, fine Italian cuisine at Prego, 24-hour room service, and an optional Vintage Room experience; the only casino on an expedition yacht; and the full-service Crystal Life Salon & Spa with a state-of-the-art fitness center; as well as an enveloping Promenade deck, an iconic element of Crystal design.

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With its own fleet of 18 Zodiacs and 14 sea kayaks, Crystal Agreement is specially designed to provide a true expedition experience, including a Polar Class 6 (PC6) classification that allows it to navigate the arctic and antarctic regions. Exploration equipment aboard the vessel includes a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) to view the sea at a depth of 300 meters (nearly 1,000 feet) and a mast-mounted Gimble long-range camera that can zoom in to view the sea. wildlife and scenery a mile a way.

Crystal continues to be a leader in its response to COVID-19 with protocols based on the latest data and recommendations from health experts, as the company was the first major cruise line to require a COVID-19 vaccine for guests and crew in 2021 and now the first until 2022. As part of its Crystal Clean + measures, Crystal requires that all eligible guests (currently 12 years and older) aboard its ocean and expedition vessels and that all crew be fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine (with both doses, if recommended by the manufacturer) at least 14 days before their shipment date. Passengers will need to provide documented proof of vaccination upon check-in before boarding the ship. All officers and crew in the Crystal fleet are fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to duty as a requirement of their employment.

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