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Free Air Travel Sweetens Crystals 2010 Valentines Day Cruise

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Crystal Cruises is sweetening its Valentines Day Panama Canal itinerary with complimentary air travel available from select cities.

 Available with Crystal Symphonys Miami Los Angeles voyage departing February 14, 2010, the offer extends free air fare to guests originating in the Fort Lauderdale or Palm Beach.

In conjunction with savings and perks for Crystals 20th Anniversary in 2010, the 14-day voyage features Value Collection Fares up to 50% off Special Savings Fares, plus a US$500 per person, All Inclusive As You Wish shipboard credit.

Discriminating travelers appreciate great value as much as stylish choices and superb service. A coast-to-coast cruise on Crystal offers North American travelers the convenience of a domestic departure and more time to savor Crystals renowned onboard experience, said Bill Smith, senior vice president, sales and marketing. Whether one is seeking time to spa, take classes through the Creative Learning Institute, or relishing Nobus creative sushi, a Crystal Panama Canal cruise offers a Worlds Best tropical vacation at a refreshing change of pace from more port intensive itineraries.

In addition to the daylight transit of the Panama Canal, the itinerary calls at Miami; Huatulco, Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Cartagena, Colombia; and San Diego and Los Angeles, California.

 Value priced cruise fares start at US$3,630 per person, double occupancy.

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