Celebrity Cruises has announced plans for three of its ships to return to Alaska for the 2023 summer season. Cruises will begin on May 3, 2023 and run through mid-September.
Every voyage will include scenic cruising through the Inside Passage, as well as the opportunity to learn more about the culture and history of the state — from the native Tlingit people to the gold rush days that brought adventurers and fortune seekers to Alaska.
Highlights of Celebrity’s 2023 Alaska season include:
- Sailing roundtrip from Vancouver and passing through the Inside Passage twice, Celebrity Eclipse will offer seven-night itineraries to Hubbard Glacier, as well as visits to Juneau, Ketchikan, and either Sitka or Icy Strait Point.
- Celebrity Solstice will offer seven-night itineraries from Seattle and one nine-night voyage, and will be the only Celebrity vessel to visit Endicott Arm Fjord and Dawes Glacier. Other stops include Victoria, Juneau, Skagway, and Ketchikan.
- The recently-renovated Celebrity Millennium will offer the opportunity to see more of Alaska with seven-night, open-ended cruises between Vancouver and Seward — the gateway to northern Alaska. A multi-night Cruisetour can be added to these sailings to head deeper into the heart of Alaska, giving guests the change to get up close to the state’s tallest peak: Denali.
Adding a Cruisetour before or after a cruise provides passengers the chance to explore more of Alaska. Celebrity will be offering nine to 13-night Cruisetours in 2023, where guests will stay in first-class lodging, ride the Wilderness Express, and visit destinations such as Homer, Anchorage, and Fairbanks.
As is the case with every Celebrity ship now (except the Galápagos Islands ones), wifi, beverages, and gratuities are now included in the cruise fare.
Bookings for these 2023 Alaska sailings open to the general public on Thursday, October 14, 2021.
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