Crystal River Cruises has new luxury river yachts that are available for booking on trips beginning in 2016.The Crystal Mozart is ready to be booked for luxury voyages taking place in July 2016, while the other four yachts, the Crystal Bach, Crystal Debussy, Crystal Mahler, and the Crystal Ravel won’t set sail until the following year, in 2017. They are scheduled to set sail in June 2017 and August 2017.

Crystal Mozart

Crystal Mozart

The Crystal Mozart has three itineraries, the 10-night itinerary will take travelers along the Danube River and Wachau Valley in Austria. The cruise will take travelers to other destinations in Austria: Durnsten, Melk, Linz, and Vienna. It then travels to Germany and and Slovakia.

The second itinerary, the 11-night itinerary travels through the countries of Eastern Danube, so travelers can explore Vienna, in Austria; Esztergorm, in Hungary; Kalosca, Hungary; Budapest, Hungry; and Mohacs, which is also in Hungary. The luxury cruise also travels to Vukovar, Croatia; Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia and Novi Sad, the second largest city in Serbia. Finally, the itinerary includes Bratislava in Slovakia.

Crystal Mozart Deluxe Suite Render

Crystal Mozart Deluxe Suite Render

There is a third Christmas itinerary — which is 10 to 13 nights long, will begin during the holiday season in 2016, and takes cruisers to some of the most impressive markets and picturesque areas for Christmas. Austria, Germany, and Slovakia’s town squares, markets (including the famous Christkindlmarkt in Munich) and all of the Christmas traditions in these regions are all a part of this unforgettable trip.

Claudine Williams

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