Celebrity Cruises has announced its 2021-2022 program, with 14 ships calling in more than 280 destinations in 75 countries.
“Our mission at Celebrity Cruises is to open up the world for our guests,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO, Celebrity Cruises. “For our 2021-22 season of sailings, we’ve searched the planet to curate the most incredible new and world-opening vacation experiences we could find. We’ll bring you to places that will stay with you long after you’ve left them, including new ports of call in Europe, Asia, South America and Alaska.”
Eight new ports include Taranto, Italy; Salvador de Bahia, Brazil; Ilocos, Philippines; Ishigaki, Japan; three new ports in Greece – Zakynthos, Hydra, and Thessaloniki; and the Kenai Peninsula in Homer, Alaska, the highlight of a brand-new Cruisetour debuting in 2021.
The brand’s new season of sailings will also feature more than 125 overnight stays in more than 30 ports, including a new overnight stay in Porto, Portugal, and the chance to celebrate New Year’s Eve with a Latin twist in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Lutoff-Perlo continued: “Not only are we sailing to exciting new places, but we’re introducing stunning new spaces across more of our award-winning fleet as THE CELEBRITY REVOLUTION reaches its peak, marking the first time guests will be able to sail to all the regions we visit on ‘revolutionized’ ships.”
Among the changes, the Celebrity Solstice will sail in Asia, the Eclipse is going to Alaska and the Infinity will sail its first Mediterranean season since being transformed from bow to stern.
The Celebrity Millennium will sail in the Caribbean, offering two new itineraries, including a 10-night Eastern Caribbean itinerary and a short, four-night weekend escape calling Key West, Florida, and Nassau, Bahamas.