Celebrity Cruises has announced plans for Celebrity Eclipse to return to Los Angeles in 2023.
The sailings will run from late September to early December, visiting destinations including Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán, and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; Catalina Island, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and San Francisco, California; and Astoria, Oregon.
The cruise line has also added a new itinerary featuring stops at Cabo San Lucas and San Diego, as well as new port La Paz, Mexico. Here, passengers will enjoy isolated beach coves, wildlife-watching, and water activities.
“Our Pacific Coast itineraries are packed with iconic destinations, unique cultural experiences and Celebrity’s signature onboard luxury experiences,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO of Celebrity Cruises. “There’s so much to experience on both the West Coast and on our beautiful Celebrity Eclipse, making it a vacation that offers something new and exciting every day of the journey.”
Highlights of Celebrity Eclipse‘s 2023 Los Angeles season include:
- Seven-night Pacific Coastal sailings visiting San Francisco, Santa Barbara, and San Diego, creating an opportunity to enjoy the region’s famous wineries and gourmet cuisine
- An eight-night South-of-the-Border Mexican Riviera itinerary with stops in Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán, La Paz, and Puerto Vallarta
- A new six-night itinerary featuring an overnight in Cabo and a visit to San Diego
- A six-night repositioning cruise from Vancouver to Los Angeles visiting Victoria, BC; Astoria, Oregon; and San Francisco for an overnight stay.
Celebrity Eclipse features the exclusive ship-within-a-ship complex The Retreat, with its own lounge, restaurant, and concierge staff. Other highlights of the ship include an expansive Resort Deck, The Lawn Club with real grass, Concierge Class and AquaClass cabins, and a full spa.
On every Celebrity cruise (except Galápagos Islands ships), wifi, drinks, and gratuities are included in the cruise fare.
These 2023 sailings aboard Celebrity Eclipse open for booking to the general public on October 14, 2021.
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