Celebrity Cruises has announced details for its upcoming 2020-21 season, which will include more than 280 ports in 77 countries, 169 overnight stays, and more time to explore unique destinations. Not only is the brand introducing more new cities and overnight stays, but as part of The Celebrity Revolution, travelers will also have the opportunity to experience four more newly modernized ships, as Celebrity introduces redesigned accommodations, reimagined spaces, and new experiences across its fleet.
Highlights of the 202-2021 season include new ports in Chile, Brazil, and Japan, as well as curated excursions from the tip of Antarctica to the peak of Machu Picchu.
Celebrity Eclipse and Solstice to Call Australia Home
Fresh out of dry-dock, the newly modernized Celebrity Eclipse will journey to a new homeport, Melbourne, Australia, where the redesigned ship will offer eight- to 14-night sailings through Australia and New Zealand. Her sister ship, Celebrity Solstice will call Sydney home; together, they visit will more than 40 destinations – the most ever in the region – offering opportunities to discover the landscapes and volcanic mountains of New Zealand, the outback of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef, as well as Tasmania and the islands of the South Pacific, including Fiji.
Celebrity Solstice and Celebrity Eclipse will also sail four unique Hawaii itineraries offering travelers the opportunity to sail from island to island on 10- to 13-night cruises.
Celebrity Constellation and Millennium Head to Asia
To make its Asia, India, and Dubai sailings more in-depth, Celebrity is introducing more port visits longer than 10 hours and more overnights than ever before. Plus, sailing this region will be more luxurious, as both Celebrity Constellation and Celebrity Millennium will have been reimagined through The Celebrity Revolution.
After completing its modernization, Celebrity Constellation will offer 15-night itineraries from Dubai and Singapore, bringing travelers to the city of Mumbai, and a stop in the ancient gateway city of Penang, Malaysia. Aboard Celebrity Constellation, travelers will have the opportunity to visit up to seven countries in one sailing, plus extended time to discover the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort in India.
Celebrity Millennium will once again explore Asia with 14-night sailings. The soon-to-be-revitalized ship will sail an itinerary that includes Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam; new port of call, Ishigaki, with some of Japan’s renowned beaches, and an overnight stay in Osaka, Japan’s second largest city. From Osaka, travelers can explore more places in Japan, including Kobe and Kyoto.
Celebrity Silhouette Sets Sail to South America
Following her modernization in early 2020, Celebrity Silhouette will sail to South America for the first time, bringing travelers to more South American destinations than ever before – 30 cities across nine countries. Among them is a new port of call: Salvador, Brazil.
The new Peruvian Explorer itinerary takes travelers to Pisco, Peru, and offers a two-night stay in Lima, ensuring enough time for shore excursions to Machu Picchu and the Amazon River. From the beaches and nightlife of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to the streets and fine wines of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and from the rain forests of the Amazon to the icy landscapes of Antarctica, Celebrity Silhouette will transport travelers to some of the most famous destinations in the world.
For more information, visit www.celebritycruises.com.