Also new: Spain and Portugal routes and shorter South America cruises.
‘Always included’ prices
WiFi, drinks and tips are now “always included” on every Celebrity cruise.
Eight Caribbean ships
Eight Celebrity ships will sail the Caribbean from November 2021 to April 2022, including Celebrity Edge and its new sister Celebrity Apex.
Celebrity Edge offers a full winter season with seven-day cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Celebrity Silhouette, which recently received a multi-million dollar upgrade as part of the fleet’s “Celebrity Revolution”, will be launching new cruises to the Southern Caribbean with overnight stays in Aruba and Curacao.
Another “revolutionized” ship, Celebrity Summit, will replace Celebrity Infinity on four- and five-day short vacations from Miami as well as two vacation cruises in New Mexico in December 2021.
New Lisbon Base for Fall With Cruises
Celebrity Infinity is bringing new ways to experience Europe this fall by extending the season into October and November.
The ship will sail the Mediterranean from Lisbon and offers a new “Best of Spain and Portugal” trip with 10 nights and two new “Iberian Peninsula” cruises with seven nights to destinations such as Palma de Mallorca, Cadiz (for Seville), Alicante and Alicante Malaga in Spain; and Porto, Portugal.
Celebrity Infinity will then embark on a new 12-day transatlantic voyage from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro, visiting ports of call on mainland Spain and the Canary Islands.
From December 2021 to March 2022, Celebrity Infinity will explore South America, from the Chilean fjords to the beaches and rainforests of Brazil. With a new home port, Valparaíso, Chile, four new cruises with nine to twelve nights are on the program, calling at ports in Argentina and Brazil.
A new 14-night trip to Antarctica enables a total of three crossings to the White Continent.
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