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Crystal Cruise Line Offers “Kids Sail Free” For Select 2013 Sailings

CRYSTAL CRUISES CAPTAIN'S BRIDGE TOURS Any travel offer that has “kid” and “free” in it is bound to save you some cash and when we are talking about a luxury brand, those savings can be HUGE! Cruising is one of our favorite ways to travel as it provides an all-inclusive vacation (minus the booze) at an affordable price. Luxury lines aren’t as affordable, but Crystal Cruise Lines is looking to change that for 2013.

The luxury line recently announced details on their “Kids Sail Free” offer and have since added 17 new sailing dates. With this promo, children from 17 years of age and under can sail for free when sharing a third berth stateroom with two adults. The offer was previously exclusive to just four luxury European cruises during June and July, but now families can now choose from seven- to 15-day voyages in the Mediterranean, Western Europe, North Cape, Baltic, British Isles, Canary Islands, and across the Atlantic from May-December aboard Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony.

Some of the children’s offerings include the new Magic Castle at Sea enrichment, iPad Digital Filmmaking classes (in association with USC’s School of Cinematic Arts) and on-board kids and teens spaces. During school vacation dates, junior activities directors supervise complimentary activities on board such as behind-the scenes tours, cooking classes and scavenger hunts.

The all-inclusive “Book Now” fares for “Kids Sail Free” applicable voyages begin at $2,495/person if booked by April 30.

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