Celebrity to Return to Bermuda

 

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During preview cruises this month on its new Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Cruises revealed plans to resume cruises to Bermuda in 2010. Celebrity Cruises’ most recent season in Bermuda ended in October 2006, with the line’s former Celebrity Zenith. The plans to return to Bermuda are a response to popular demand.

On April 17, 2010, Celebrity Summit will reposition from San Juan to Cape Liberty (Bayonne), NJ, to present a series of seven-night, roundtrip Bermuda itineraries, which dock at King’s Wharf, also known as the Royal Naval Dockyard. In July 2010, the Bermuda sailings will alternate with seven-night Canada/New England cruises. Full deployment details for both destinations will be announced when bookings open in 2009.

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