Crystal Cruise ships, the world’s oldest cruise ships built for cruising, will depart on a new tour.
They are headed to Europe and Australia in 2019, and will be visited by more than 1,000 people in the next 10 years, said the Crystal Cruises chief executive, Bill Bennett.
The Crystal Cruisers will be the first of its kind in the world to be powered by solar power and designed for modern cruise ships.
It is part of a growing number of cruise ships powered by wind and water.
The company is planning a new cruise ship called the Crystal Star.
It will have a cruise ship deck with a new water tank, more windows and a more streamlined design, said Bennett.
The Crystal Star will be able to travel up to 5,000 nautical miles, or about 4,000 miles without refueling, and carry up to 1,100 passengers, he said.
Bennett said the company is exploring other routes to offer new customers.
The ship is expected to be built in Canada and will sail from New York to Japan.
It could also sail to Australia and New Zealand, he added.
The ship was built in the early 1800s by James W. Wharton, a Massachusetts engineer who became a leader in steam-powered shipbuilding in the 1880s.
The company was founded in 1887 and merged with the Wharton family to form Crystal Cruising in 1891.
The ships’ owners, who include Wharton’s grandson, William Wharton Jr., and his wife, Lillian Wharton of Boston, have owned the company for more than 100 years.
They bought the ship in 2002 and built it in their hometown of St. Louis, Missouri, which they named after the ship’s captain.
Crystal Cruizing is one of only a few cruise ships to be entirely built in St. Charles, Missouri.
The cruise ship was the first in a line of ships built by Wharton and his brother, James W., a mechanical engineer who founded Crystal Cruishing in 1892.
The ships were used to ferry coal and lumber to and from mills in the United States.
The Wharton name has become synonymous with the ship.
They have since built several ships and hotels in St Louis.
Crystal ships were built by Thomas Wharton in New York and the Whartons sold the ship to the Whartsons in the late 1950s.