Celebrity Europe Cruises
2014 - 2016 seems like it will be quite interesting years for those interested in sailing on a Celebrity Cruise Line ship, particularly those associated with Europe itineraries. While the ships of Celebrity have been made famous due to their top ratings and exciting adventures, the new year will provide new itineraries with more excitement for passengers from all around the world. Six of the Celebrity Cruise Line fleet ships, one being the new ship, Celebrity Reflection, will be offering two to three week cruises to about 90 destinations in 25 different European countries. Not only are the itineraries new, but there have also been six new destinations that will be visited by a Celebrity cruise ship for the first time: Waterford, Ireland; Torshavn, Faroe Islands; Varna, Bulgaria; Sevastopol, Ukraine; and Liverpool, England. With amazing ships and vacation options that top every other large ship cruise line, it comes as no surprise that Celebrity was given the “Best Large-Ship Line” award by Conde Nast Traveler.
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Millennium Class Ship Itineraries
Two ships that belong to the Celebrity Millennium Class of ships, Celebrity Constellation and Celebrity Infinity, will both provide cruises that abide by different European itineraries. Any ship in this class has 11 decks with large atriums with a glass elevator, astonishing restaurants, an unbelievable marble staircase, and onboard amenities that compete with the best. Something new to the Millennium Class, though, are the new enhancements that resemble those of Solstice Class ships.
With more itinerary options than her fellow European-sailing Celebrity Millennium ship, Celebrity Constellation presents voyages that make stops in the Bahamas, Black Sea, Caribbean, Eastern Caribbean, Europe, France, Greece/Greek Isles, Italy, Mediterranean, Middle East, Russia, Turkey, Western Caribbean. Completing Celebrity Constellation’s 2014 lineup will be 4, 5 and 9 night cruises visiting the Bahmas and the Caribbean.
Solstice Class Ship Itineraries
The Celebrity Solstice Class will provide four ships with European itineraries: Celebrity Eclipse, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Silhouette, and the newest ship, Celebrity Reflection. The overall Solstice Class of Celebrity ships was named “Best Cruise Ships” by Frommers in 2011 and features larger staterooms on average, a large theatre, a half-acre lawn on each ship’s deck 15, and a very large selection of dining options.
The newest Celebrity ship, Celebrity Reflection, whose maiden voyage will be in October, 2012 will definitely add real excitement to 2013 European cruising. Eastern Mediterranean cruises of 10-nights will be round-trip from Rome with visits to Athens and Greek Isles, Sicily, Italy; and Kusadasi, Turkey. An almost exact replica of this itinerary is available with an extra night and overnight stay in Istanbul. With the first signature suites and two-bedroom suites along with bathrooms that extend over the ship’s edge and tubs on the verandah, it is obvious that this ship has revolutionized cruise ship sailing.
11 to 13 night cruises will be available on Celebrity Silhouette with destinations in Turkey and Greece , along with stops at different ports along the side of the Adriatic Sea. These cruises will be round-trip from either Venice or Rome.
A variety of itineraries are currently offered on Celebrity Eclipse. They consist of different round trip cruises from Southampton, England into the Mediterranean, Canary Islands or Azores, Iceland, Norwegian Fjords, Russia, and Scandinavia all 14-nights in duration. In 2013, these cruises will still be offered with extensions of Iceland/Norwegian Fjord cruises that include an overnight stay in Reykjavic and visit to Akureyri, Iceland.
Celebrity Equinox will have 12-night cruises from Barcelona , Spain available in 2013. The greater majority of these voyages are planned to visit Florence, Naples, and Adriatic ports with an overnight stay in Venice. Other Equinox options include stops in Athens, Valletta, Ephesus, and the Greek Isles.
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