Ahead of wave season, Celebrity Cruises has announced new cruise deals that, in their words, “go beyond anything they’ve offered before.”
Guests can take advantage of the following offers:
- 3,000 reasons to book a Celebrity sailing — Starting December 14, guests who book by February 28 can save up to $3,000 per cabin for guests one and two. This applies to any of Celebrity Cruises’ 2022 itineraries.
- Check Galapagos off the bucket list for less + free airfare — Those looking to adventure around the Galapagos Islands in 2022 and 2023 can get 20 percent off their cruise fare on the intimate Celebrity Flora, Celebrity Xpedition, or Celebrity Xploration ships when they book between December 10, 2021 and February 28, 2022. Along with this, passengers can get free economy or business roundtrip airfare from U.S. or Canadian airports if they book via the “Flights with Celebrity” air program.
- Up to $200 in free onboard credits — Passengers who book a Celebrity cruise between December 16 and 21 can receive up to $200 in onboard credit per cabin, to be used on any sailing from January 16, 2022 through December 31, 2022.
Celebrity Cruises currently has ten ships that have returned or entered into passenger service. This includes its newest vessel, the Edge-class Celebrity Apex, which was christened in Fort Lauderdale in November.
The class’ namesake, Celebrity Edge, debuted in 2018, and next year, the line will welcome its third ship in the Edge series — Celebrity Beyond. Features will include a new specialty restaurant called Le Voyage, a much larger aft Sunset Bar, the Rooftop Garden, AquaClass Sky Suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, two pools that cantilever over the side of the ship, and the Magic Carpet moving platform.
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