Luxury line Crystal River Cruises has unveiled its 2021 river itineraries onboard its four sister ships, Crystal Bach, Crystal Debussy, Crystal Mahler and Crystal Ravel.
The 145, all-inclusive voyages will offer four to 16 nights sailings on the popular Danube, Rhine, Main and Moselle Rivers.
“The 2021 River Atlas is a beautifully illustrative resource to inspire our guests as they begin to think of the journeys that lie beyond this current challenging time,” says Walter Littlejohn, Crystal River Cruises’ Vice President and Managing Director.
“It’s a comprehensive collection of every voyage, easily navigable for guests to select the perfect itinerary to suit their interests, schedules and wish lists.”
Highlights of the new sailings will include visits to medieval hamlets, modern hubs of art and commerce and delightful foray into different cuisines for foodie enthusiasts.
On the Danube, guests looking to travel beyond COVID restrictions, have a choice of four, seven and 10-night sailings between Vienna, Vilshofen and Budapest, visiting UNESCO wonders like the spectacular Wachau Valley, Budapest’s Parliament Building and Vienna’s Belvedere Palace.
On the Rhine, there are seven to 10-night voyages between Amsterdam and Basel with visits to majestic castles and cathedrals in Cologne and Koblenz.
The Moselle River itineraries will sail through the vine-covered hills of the Moselle wine region.
As always, the popular Christmas markets will take centre stage during the months of November and December for all four ships.
The line has also introduced its Crystal Assured Savings Program where travellers can make a non-refundable open booking deposit of $500 per person by 30 June 2020 – a saving of 2.5 per cent – for any seven or longer itinerary on Crystal’s ocean, river, yacht and expedition voyages in 2020, 2021 or 2022.
Crystal’s river ships can accommodate only 106 guests in an all-balcony and all-suite vessel with butler service.
For more information, visit www.crystalcruises.com.