Celebrity Cruises has launched a multi-million-dollar global advertising campaign enticing all consumers to reawaken their wanderlust and reconnect with the people and the world around them.
The latest ship Celebrity Cruises ship to return to action, Celebrity Equinox, has departed for the Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale. The line now has a total of eight ships back in the water.
Celebrity Cruises is extending its UK summer sailings onboard Celebrity Silhouette. The line has announced three new itineraries, all of which are available to book now.
The first of the new-luxury brand’s three ships to resume sailing the extraordinary archipelago, guests will be treated to a curated seven-night itinerary through a world unlike any other.
Celebrity Millennium arrived at Pointe Seraphine at 7:40 with 414 passengers, to the sounds of steel pan music and a masquerade depicting a mini carnival.
Celebrity Silhouette has arrived at her home port of Southampton. She is ready to welcome her first British guests in over 15 months and show off a new lavish multi-million-pound bow-to-stern revitalisation.
Celebrity Apex has sailed out of the Port of Athens to begin her maiden voyage and first summer season in the Aegean. The line had originally planned to introduce its newest ship in March last year.
Celebrity Edge will become the first cruise ship to sail from US waters in more than a year on June 26th. Captain Kate McCue, the first American female captain, will lead the fleet back into operation.
The launch signifies a strong vote of confidence in the UK, as Celebrity Beyond prepares to depart on her maiden voyage from Southampton on a ten-night western Europe cruise.
Royal Caribbean is extending the suspension of some sailings, including all trips from the United States, until June 30th. However, a small number of trips will go ahead from new homeports around the world.
Company president, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, confirmed that its brand-new Celebrity Apex, the second ship in the Edge Series, will make its long-awaited world debut in Athens this summer.
The ship will sail with vaccinated crew and will be available to vaccinated adult guests and children under the age of 18 with a negative test result within 72 hours of embarkation.