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Celebrity Cruises Enhances Caribbean Itineraries with More Overnights

Celebrity Cruises Enhances Caribbean Itineraries with More Overnights

Celebrity Cruises is introducing additional overnight stays on more than 40 Caribbean sailings for January 2016 and beyond, more than any other cruise line. The popularity of the luxury cruise brand’s current overnight programme has led to 43 newly enhanced itineraries, giving guests the chance to enjoy exciting evenings in destinations such as Cartagena (Colombia), Philipsburg (St Maarten), Cozumel (Mexico), Aruba, Curacao and Barbados.

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“Guests and travel agents love our overnight programme in Europe, Asia and around the world, and their feedback has been amazing,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and Chief Executive, Celebrity Cruises. “This demand led us to revisit our current Caribbean itineraries and add even more overnights in one of the most beautiful places we sail to each year.

“With more overnights in the Caribbean than any other cruise line, we are offering our guests an incredible, unrivalled experience. They can enjoy the destination like a local before returning to our stylish, modern luxury ships.”

In addition, guests booking in June will benefit from all inclusive options on selected sailings between August 2015 and April 2016. Guests booking an Oceanview stateroom will receive a free Select drinks package and $50 to spend onboard; Balcony or Concierge will receive a Classic drinks package and $100 to spend onboard, and AquaClass and above will receive a Premium drinks package and $150 to spend onboard.

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