Crystal Cruises now becomes the first in the industry to resume sailing from New York since the pandemic closed all cruise operations 18 months ago.
Tonight, the luxury liner Crystal Symphony will embark on the first of a series of nine seven-night “Luxury Bermuda Escape” voyages. These itineraries will take guests on a round-trip trip from the Manhattan Cruise Terminal in New York to the Royal Bermuda Shipyard, with departures every Friday, until November 19, 2021.
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This series is based on the “Luxury Bermuda Escape” series that Crystal Symphony sailed from Boston from late August to early September and was very popular. All guests and crew are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, per company requirements, and will adhere to all local health protocols and guidelines while in Bermuda.
Crystal also protects the health and safety of guests and crew through new Crystal Clean + protocols which are constantly revised to reflect the latest scientific findings and evolving recommendations issued by trusted health authorities.
“We are delighted to be sailing again from Manhattan Cruise Terminal in New York City, offering our customers the chance to experience the unparalleled luxury of Crystal, Michelin-level cuisine and true personalized service on trips close to home,” said Jack Anderson, president of Crystal. “Travelers can enjoy Bermuda’s stunning pink sand beaches and many outdoor activities with the peace of mind that their health and safety is our number one priority, and our comprehensive Crystal Clean + measures and vaccination requirements. ensure them a safe and enjoyable trip. “
While Crystal can already claim one of the highest space-per-guest ratios in the industry, offering almost twice as much space per passenger as vessels of similar size, Crystal Symphony is currently sailing at reduced capacity to deliver even more space for more peace for cruise passengers. of spirit.
New York City Economic Development Corporation President and CEO Rachel Loeb said, “We are delighted to welcome cruise passengers back to New York cruise terminals as a sign of New York City’s recovery. . The cruise industry helps generate millions of dollars in tourism revenue across the city, bolstering Broadway, restaurants, museums and other special events that translate into jobs for New Yorkers. “
In light of the current complications of COVID-19, including current and potential variants, Crystal Cruises also announced this week that it is extending its vaccination requirements for all guests and crew until 2022.
For more information, visit crystalcruises.com.