Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Crystal Cruises lays on late-starting shore excursions for passengers who want to enjoy a lie-in

Boston Navy Yard. 

The need to choose between catching up on much needed sleep and embarking on a great adventure while on holiday is no more. This autumn Crystal Cruises will debut new Crystal Adventures planned especially for late-risers, offering the same enriching experiences but beginning later in the day. 

With excursions typically departing the ship within 30 to 60 minutes of docking or tendering - some as early as 8.0 am - the new “Late-Risers Adventures” will begin closer to 11.0 am or noon, depending on the itinerary. The start times are designed to complement the line’s Late-Risers breakfasts, served from 10.0 to11.30 am on both Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony.
  
First of the late excursions will be on Crystal Serenity’s 19 September Boston-Québec sailing, and on Crystal Symphony’s 27 September Hamburg-Lisbon sailing. 

The “Late-Risers” tours will be available on select Crystal itineraries throughout the world, which range from 5 to 108 nights and sail through the Mediterranean, Western Europe, British Isles, Scandinavia/Baltic & Russia, North Cape & Arctic Circle, Africa, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, South Pacific, South America, Antarctica, New England/Canada, Panama Canal, Caribbean, and an indulgent annual World Cruise.



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