The premium travel brand Celebrity Cruises announced an updated 2021-2022 winter program for the Caribbean, South America and Europe.
The new offerings are highlighted by an expanded Caribbean program with new 7-night long and overnight port itineraries, Spain and Portugal voyages, a new homeport and shorter South American itineraries.
Drinks, onboard gratuities and Wi-Fi are now included in all Celebrity cruise deals.
In the Caribbean are deployed 8 Celebrity ships, including the Edge Class liner Celebrity Edge and its sistership Celebrity Apex. Altogether, between November 2021-April 2022, these Celebrity ships offer a variety of itineraries from shorter escapes to more immersive sailings allowing extra time to unwind and enjoy Celebrity’s ships.
- Celebrity Edge will sail a full winter season of 7-night Caribbean itineraries to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
- Celebrity Silhouette, which recently enjoyed an upgrade as part of the fleet’s Celebrity Revolution will sail new Southern Caribbean itineraries featuring overnights in Curacao (Willemstad, Dutch Antilles) and Aruba (Oranjestad, Dutch Antilles).
- Another “revolutionized” vessel, Celebrity Summit, is due to replace Celebrity Infinity to sail 4- and 5-night itineraries from Miami Florida plus two new Mexico sailings in December 2021.
In Europe, Celebrity Infinity sails in the Mediterranean from homeport Lisbon and adds a 10-night “Best of Spain and Portugal” and two 7-night Iberian Peninsula sailings visiting Palma de Mallorca, Seville (through Cadiz), Alicante, Malaga, Oporto City. Follows a new 12-night Transatlantic cruise from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro, visiting ports in Spain and the Canaries.
In South America (December 2021 through March 2022), Celebrity Infinity explores the Chilean Fjords, Brazil's beaches and rain forests, also Antarctica. From the ship's new homeport Valparaiso (Santiago Chile), the ship's new schedule features four (9- to 12-night) itineraries calling on ports in Argentina, Patagonia and Brazil, plus three new (14-night) voyages to Antarctic Peninsula.