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Crystal Travel Center in Thousand Oaks Acquires New Cruise Deal to Help Members Travel More

January 5, 2013

Crystal Travel acquires a new vendor which will lower the cost of travel for members of this private travel club.

Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) January 04, 2013

Crystal Travel has just signed up with a new vendor which will give members of this private travel club more access to more vacations every year.

According to Crystal Travel executive Lawrence Fishers, it’s all about getting the best and lowest cost for members.

Lawrence said, “While our focus is to save members money, we are also in the service industry. We know travel can be stressful. We try to bring back that old travel agent mentality and give our members the best service possible combined with the best price.

Crystal is a private, members only travel club located on the border of Westlake Village and Thousand Oaks. One must attend a presentation and pay a one time membership fee to join this club.

Once a member, they receive the ability to book any and all travel at cost, including car rentals, hotels, all inclusive resorts and even cruises.

Members can also stay at luxurious timeshare resorts all over the world.

One of their most popular vendors is Holland America which has published details of its 2013 Europe season. It will assign seven ships to the Continent. They’ll sail 107 departures on 53 different itineraries. Trips will range from seven to 64 days and will include some 20 overnight stays at popular ports. Geographically, the cruises will span Europe from the northern tip of Norway to the Black Sea and across the Mediterranean. Fleetwide, Holland America’s 15 ships will visit 354 ports in 98 countries next year…

Alaska continues to be a Holland America priority for 2013. Next summer it will place seven ships there, conducting seven-day trips from Vancouver, Seattle, and Seward/Anchorage. The 200+ voyages will add up to 1.6 million passenger days. Routes include the Inside Passage from Vancouver, Gulf of Alaska from Vancouver and Seward/Anchorage, and Alaskan Explorer from Seattle.

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