Celebrity Cruises unveils ~500 departures for season 2024-2025

   November 18, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

Celebrity Cruises announced its most ambitious season of sailings with ~500 departures for the 2024-2025 cruise season.

The new sailings feature the company’s fleet of 16 ships, including Celebrity Ascent, the 4th in the Edge Series, sailing to 250+ destinations in 70 different countries.

The new offerings feature first-ever homeports for some of the Edge Series ships; new year-round sailings in Europe, with new ports of call; new overnights and double overnights; new experiences across the cultures of every region visited.

Highlights of the new 2024-2025 cruise season include:

Year-round sailings with 40+ different itineraries in Europe, along with overnights in eleven of the world’s most popular cities from Reykjavik (Iceland) and Lisbon (Portugal) to Istanbul (Turkey, Galataport).

New ports of call include Bordeaux (France), Brindisi and Trieste in Italy, Kavala and Volos in Greece.

Celebrity Edge is scheduled to sail to Alaska roundtrip from Seattle WA and Celebrity Apex from London (England UK) to the Arctic Circle and the Norwegian Fjords.

Homeporting in Yokohama (Tokyo, Japan Kanagawa) from April 2024 through to October 2024, Celebrity Millennium is scheduled to sail 12-night itineraries featuring the iconic Mt Fuji and overnights in Osaka.

Celebrity Ascent cruise ship

After her season in Japan, Celebrity Millennium is due to join Celebrity Solstice to sail Southeast Asia on 11 to 14-night voyages visiting 32 destinations across Indonesia, India, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, and Sri Lanka from September 2024 to April 2025. It will be the brand’s most robust Asia season with itineraries spanning 32 destinations in the region, including 7 new ports of call.

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