Crystal Announces 2022 Deployment for Endeavor

Crystal Endeavor

Crystal Expedition Cruises has previewed the complete deployment for the Crystal Endeavor in 2022, with bookings opening on Nov. 13.

The 200-guest vessel will offer 28 voyages of nine to 19 nights, with nearly two-thirds of these classified as expedition sailings that will visit the High Arctic and Antarctica, Svalbard, Iceland, Greenland, the Falkland Islands, and Chilean fjords and glaciers.

The remaining itineraries comprise concentrations on cultural discovery, the company said, touching on Western Europe, the British Isles, Africa’s Ivory Coast, the Caribbean and the Panama Canal. 

“From her first voyage, Crystal Endeavor will take the world’s boldest and most discerning travelers farther than the traditional beaten path, and the newest collection of expeditions reaffirm this commitment,” said Mark Spillane, director of marketing and sales for Crystal Expedition Cruises. “For 2022, we have turned our focus on the true expedition nature of travel, taking guests to some locales rarely visited by humans, as well as bringing them into the heart of well-traveled beloved destinations for a new and unique perspective.”

Among the new items are an  Arctic Collection of eight voyages, with itineraries navigating the Norwegian fjords to Svalbard and the Arctic Circle; another exploring Norway, Svalbard and Iceland via Brasvellbreen and the Greenland Sea; an intensive Iceland itinerary crossing the Arctic Circle, Greenland’s isolated east coast fjords and glaciers and northern Canada itineraries.

New river expeditions are featured on two voyages, with one itinerary sailing up the Guadalquivir to dock in the heart of Seville for two nights and three full days, plus overnights in Lisbon and Bordeaux and calls in Morocco, Spain and Portugal; another sailing to Nantes on the Loire River, also overnighting in Bordeaux via the Garonne River and spending two nights in Amsterdam, along with calls in Brittany and the Channel Islands.

There is also a new Africa collection of three voyages, exploring Africa’s Ivory Coast, Gold Coast and forested islands. The trade history, art and culture of Angola, the Kakum National Park in Ghana, the forests and beaches of Sierra Leone and protected Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary provide a varied and in-depth exploration of the culture and natural treasures of the region.

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