Celebrity Cruises Gives 1,000 Reasons to Sail Europe

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Vacationers eager to experience Europe in modern luxury style now have an offer from Celebrity Cruises that is likely to be difficult to refuse: Through the “Air Today, Relax Tomorrow” promotion, consumers who book a veranda-category stateroom or suite on any Celebrity Europe cruise or cruisetour departing from April through September 2013, then book air however they choose, will receive a discount of $1,000 per stateroom.

This special offer opens first to Celebrity’s loyal Captain’s Club members from November 1-7, 2012, with a special bonus of double the loyalty credits. The offer is open to the general public from November 8-December 2, 2012. To make it easy for vacationers to take advantage of the rare offer, Celebrity invites them to make air arrangements to Europe originating in any US or Canadian gateway through Celebrity’s Choice Air program, with a travel agency, or directly with the airline of their choice. They need only provide their air reservation number after reserving their cruise or cruisetour to have the discount applied to their booking.                                                  

With one of the youngest fleets in Europe, and the highest percentage of verandas among all lines sailing in the region in 2013, Celebrity offers vacationers the perfect platform for seeing and immersing themselves in some of the best destinations in the region. Celebrity’s European vacation portfolio in 2013 represents its most widely varied to-date, with six ships sailing in 25 countries from seven departure ports.

Celebrity will visit a total of 88 destinations in Europe next year, six representing Celebrity ‘firsts,’ including Liverpool, England, famed home of The Beatles; Waterford, Ireland, known for the fine crystal bearing its name; Torshavn, Faroe Islands; Varna, Bulgaria, the largest city and seaside resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast; Sevastopol, the second largest port in Ukraine, after the Port of Odessa, and charming Kristiansand, Norway, named for its founder King Christian IV.

Source: Celebrity

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