Celebrity Cruises will be sailing three of its ships in Alaska in 2019.
The Celebrity Eclipse will join her sister ships, the Celebrity Solstice and Celebrity Millennium during the Northern Hemisphere summer, increasing the line’s capacity in the region.
There will be a number of itineraries guests can experience in Alaska as well as a wide range of shore excursions so they can be immersed in the stunning wildlife and natural surroundings.
Guests can ail round-trip from Los Angeles, from Los Angeles to Vancouver, or from San Diego to Vancouver, on an array of seven- to nine-night Pacific Coastal sailings.
The round-trip itineraries from Vancouver sail through the Inside Passage, visiting Ketchikan, Juneau, Hubbard Glacier, and more.
The 2019 Pacific Coastal season features 10 destinations, including Monterey, Santa Barbara, Catalina, and more. Overnight stays in San Francisco mean guests can explore all the city’s must-sees, from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Painted Ladies, head into the wine country and sample the best local vintages, and enjoy the legendary restaurant scene and nightlife.
Fresh from her multi-million-dollar revitalization, part of the Celebrity Revolution, Celebrity Millennium returns to Alaska. Completely redesigned staterooms will make unwinding after a day of adventure easier than ever, and dazzlingly renovated public venues will be the perfect complement to the exciting destinations guests will visit along this Seward-to-Vancouver (or vice versa) route.
Once again, Celebrity Solstice embarks from Seattle for a roundtrip exploration that visits Victoria, Ketchikan, Skagway, Juneau, and traverses the incredible Tracy Arm Fjord.
Under the starry Alaskan night sky, guests can enjoy the iconic gastronomic adventure A Taste of Film, which pairs films that evoke a specific cultural, culinary or destination experience, with cuisine that brings the scenes on the screen to life through guests’ taste bud
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