The summer of 2014 sees new ports of call for Celebrity Infinity and Celebrity Eclipse, including additional overnight stays so guests can experience even more of the what each destination has to offer.
Highlights of Celebrity Infinity for 2014:
Celebrity Infinity is set to repeat its 12-night European Immersive Wine Cruises for the third year running which travels around some of Europe’s well-renowned wine producing regions. New to the schedule is an overnight stay in La Rochelle, France, so that cruisers can take in the world-famous Bordeaux region.
There is a new series of 14-night Iceland and Fjords cruises for Celebrity Infinity as well as an 11-night British Isles cruise, visiting ports including Waterford in Wales and Holyhead, Ireland, and a 14-night British Isles cruise, with an overnight in Dublin, Ireland, allowing guests to make the most of the city’s nightlife.
Highlights of Celebrity Eclipse for 2014:
14-night Scandinavia and Russia cruise that also takes in a stop at La Havre on the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in nearby Normandy. Prices from £1,249pp (based on two sharing an interior stateroom).
14-night Canaries & Azores sailings with calls including Ponta Delgada (Azores), Tenerife (Canary Islands) and Fuerteventura (Canary Islands), from £1,199pp (based on two sharing an interior stateroom).
14-night Mediterranean sailings taking in the summer sun at ports including Rome (Civitavecchia, Italy), Malaga (Spain) and Lisbon (Portugal). Available from £1,199pp (based on two sharing an interior stateroom).
The eight-night Norwegian Fjords itinerary that includes calls in Bergen, Flam and Geiranger, Norway. Available from £749pp (based on two sharing an interior stateroom).
Jo Rzymowska, associate vice president and general manager, Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises – UK and Ireland, commented:
“The 2014 summer season sees the UK playing host to two of the six Celebrity Cruises ships based in Europe plus new additions to the sailings, including more overnight stays, allowing guests to experience the local nightlife and explore the regions more fully. Our 2014 UK departures set the bar high when it comes to offering a modern luxury holiday without the hassle of flying and we are pleased to continue to offer our guests new and exciting destinations.”
Guests onboard both ships can relax in the onboard Elemis AquaSpa or solarium meanwhile culinary onboard offerings include healthy-eating specialty restaurant Blu, an ice-topped Martini Bar and the award-winning restaurant Qsine.
The new sailings will go on sale from 21 March 2013.
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