Shorter summer voyages with more overnight calls highlight Crystal Cruises’ Baltic, Scandinavian and British Isles cruise collection.

Beginning on June 8 on Crystal Serenity, three new seven-night itineraries and five ten-night luxury cruises will take guests to some of the region’s most culturally significant cities and landscapes in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Estonia, Germany, Belgium, Finland, Russia and the UK.

The line's Northern Europe cruises also offer a more than 25% increase in local overnights, with double the nights in Copenhagen alone.

While the company has traditionally offered 11- and 12-night Baltic itineraries, the new voyages offer more port time to get to know each destination in depth, with several overnight stays.

Expanded destination options also add more choice for travellers in Scandinavia and Britain. Two new seven-night UK cruises sail to and from Dublin for the first time, and a new seven-night London-Copenhagen sailing marks the line’s return to Amsterdam, Zeebrugge and Helsingborg for the first time in several years.

 Meanwhile, a 15-night North Cape voyage makes a maiden call to Loen and a rare visit to Olden, Norway. North Cape and back-to-back Scandinavia/Russia cruises can also be combined for further exploration. Additionally, three Symphony cruises sail through Reykjavíc, expanding the line's Northern European presence beyond the Baltic.

Until December 31, all-inclusive “Book Now” cruise fares for the Northern Europe voyages start from £2,262 per person including flights (based on a seven-night cruise from Dover to Copenhagen departing on June 8).

For more information or to book call 020-7399 7601 or visit

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