Crystal Cruises are an ultra-luxury Tahiti vacation

Crystal Serenity in Moorea - Image courtesy of Crystal Cruises

Wanting a Tahiti vacation all inclusive, in an ultra-luxury 6-star cruise ship?

Crystal Cruises offers you Tahiti at a level of luxury that is uniquely Crystal. Cruising can be considered the best way to visit Tahiti. Sailing into the most beautiful lagoons in the world is a thrilling experience! The pristine islands you will visit on a Tahiti cruise are true paradise, remote and un-crowded.

So what makes Crystal cruises so special?

You'll find plentiful cruising space, unsurpassed quality, and an abundance of on-board choices.

Every member of the team takes pride in providing exceptional service. They're here for you. You'll purr from the pampering! Crystal includes so many thoughtful touches, starting with attention to comfort details like supplying Egyptian cotton linens, and extending to amazing 24 hour room service. Crystal's ships 'Crystal Symphony' and 'Crystal Serenity' are consistently two of the highest-rated ships in the world.

Penthouse with verandah - image courtesy of Crystal Cruises

Crystal Cruises has the votes of experienced travelers to prove it offers a truly excellent cruising experience. It has been named 'World's Best Large-Ship Cruise Line' in the annual Travel+ Leisure World's Best Awards readers' survey for 17 years in a row! Crystal is the only vacation company to win its category every year since the awards began.

Crystal cruises offer four South Pacific cruise itineraries:

  • A 13 day 'Grand Pacific Interlude' cruises from Los Angeles to Papeete and visits the beautiful islands of Moorea and Tahiti.
  • A 11 day 'South Pacific Sojourn' sails from Papeete, Tahiti, to Auckland, New Zealand, and sails into the most beautiful lagoon in the world to visit exotic Bora Bora.
  • A 12 day 'Southern Seas Soliloquy' cruises from Chile to Papeete, Tahiti and stops at Moorea, Tahiti's most beautiful island, on the way.
  • A 12 day 'Polynesian Paradise' sails from Papeete, Tahiti to Auckland, New Zealand, and visits the Pearl of the Pacific, Bora Bora, on its route back to Auckland.
Image courtesy of Crystal Cruises

Crystal Cruises Are All Inclusive Tahiti Vacations

Crystal offers an extensive list of complimentary services, including open bar service throughout the ship and pre-paid gratuities for housekeeping, bar and dining staff. You can eat in all of the specialty restaurants, with fine wines to compliment your meal.

There's a huge variety of on-board extra attractions just a pleasant stroll away. Choose from an array of classes embracing everything from keyboard and software skills, to foreign language, art, and dance instruction. Work out in a state of the art gym, take yoga or golf lessons (with PGA pros) and then relax in a Feng Shui-inspired spa or sauna.

Evening entertainment boasts flamboyant Broadway-style extravaganzas, piano bars and dance clubs. See recent-release films in a grandly furbished Hollywood theatre.

The list of on-board activities and events is incredible! They obviously want us back! To find time to enjoy them all you'll have to book more Crystal cruises. Children have their own creative programs and facilities too. It really is a comprehensive Tahiti vacation all inclusive!

Ways to save and Special offers

Crystal has wonderful offers that are available from time to time. Keep an eye out for special deals such as “Book now” savings, “2-for-1 Fares” and “Free Air” offers. Early full payment discounts give you the chance to save an additional 2.5% off the price of cruise fares, when you pay for your cruise six months in advance.

Crystal is generous to past passengers. Once you have cruised with them you will receive special offers and discounts through the Crystal Society Savings. Members can also receive benefits through a referral program, as well as “Family Memories” special offers with shipboard credits. Kids sail free, and when you sail on Crystal cruises with a group of 10 or more, you are given one free berth.

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