Crystal Cruises has unveiled its itineraries up to early 2017 to cater for advanced bookers.
The announcement is the earliest the line has made for forward cruises, with fares now available and open for bookings.
In 2016 the cruise line will offer 60 cruises with almost half at 10 nights or less and 27 maiden calls including Aitutaki, Cook Islands; Bandol, France; Kavala, Greece; Port Canaveral, Florida and Isle of Skye, UK.
New overnight ports include Antwerp, Ibiza, Papeete, Bora Bora, Berlin, Bali, Punta del Este, Colon, Ushuiaia and Haifa, while there will be 14 double-overnight stays including San Diego, Amsterdam, New Orleans, Stockholm, St Petersburg, Istanbul, Venice, London, Lisbon, Barcelona, Sydney and Melbourne.
A 102-day World Cruise will depart from San Francisco while the line will return to Alaksa in the summer for the first time in five years. Two new Northern Europe cruises to and from Berlin are also planned.
Its first quarter 2017 itineraries include a 94-night ‘Ultimate South America’ World Cruise from Miami and a 99-night Pan-Pacific Grand Cruise in seven segments. Its 14 maiden calls include Alotau and Kiriwina, Papua New Guinea; Boracay and Romblon Islands, Philippines; Iquique and Castro, Chiloé Island, Iquique, Chile; Isle of Pines, New CaledoniaMatarani, Peru; Champagne Bay, Vanuatu; Portobelo, Panama; Santo Tomás de Castilla, Guatemala; Stewart Island, New Zealand; Takamatsu, Japan; and Trujillo, Peru.