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Celebrity Cruises to Explore North America in 2020

By ,   December 22, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Celebrity Cruises’ 2020-2021 season is expected to be the most expansive yet, with more destinations and time to explore North America.

Passengers have the chance to sail on newly modernized vessels as the cruise line continues to invest in redesigned accommodations, new spaces, and custom experiences as part of The Celebrity Revolution.

Celebrity Summit cruise ship

Celebrity Summit kicks off her North American season of voyages with a new program. She expands her itineraries to call at 19 destinations in 7 different countries and bring passengers to Greenland for the first time, along with the Statue of Liberty experience. The ship is due to stay for more than ten hours in port at record 56 stops, docking in a total of 39 of those cruise ports for more than twelve hours. 

New 10-night itineraries start in the summer, bringing guests south to historic Charleston S.C. and Bermuda. Another 7-night sailing to Bermuda includes a new stop in Newport RI, and circles Liberty Island.

In August, Summit offers new opportunities to sail between North America and Europe with a couple of 14-night itineraries from Cape Liberty to Dublin, then from Dublin to Boston. Guests can experience new cruise ports of Prins Christian Sund and Qaqortoq. Following the summer sailings, the ship homeports in Boston to offer 12-night Canada and New England voyages for the fall season.

  • Celebrity Eclipse, Celebrity Solstice and Celebrity Millennium return to Alaska for another season to visit twelve U.S. and Canada destinations and spend more time in ports than ever before. Onboard Celebrity Eclipse, passengers sail 7-night, round-trip voyages from Vancouver and sail through the Inside Passage to visit Icy Strait Point, Juneau, Ketchikan and Hubbard Glacier
  • Celebrity Millennium offers two, 7-night Alaska itineraries, of which the one is northbound from Vancouver BC, and the other is southbound from Seward. Both itineraries include the Inside Passage and make calls to Icy Straight Point, Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Hubbard Glacier.
  • The first Solstice Class cruise ship to ever sail in Alaska, Celebrity's Solstice offers 7-night, round-trip voyages from Seattle, bringing guests to Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Inside Passage, Victoria BC, Endicott Arms and Dawes Glacier.
  • Celebrity Eclipse also explores North America’s Pacific coast from San Diego to Vancouver.