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March 05, 2015

New Culinary Arts Kitchen on Seven Seas Explorer!

Seven Seas Explorer New Venues

Regent Seven Seas Cruises announced today that their brand new, yet-to-be launched, Seven Seas Explorer will have two new features: a Culinary Arts Kitchen and Meridien Lounge!

I'm most excited to hear about the new Culinary Arts Kitchen! Cooking is a huge part of many people's lives. Celebrating and sharing with food is a huge tradition for many individuals and families. Now Regent Seven Seas Cruises will offer guests an area on board where they are learn to cook in a welcoming environment.

Below is a picture of the new Culinary Arts Kitchen:


At the Culinary Arts Kitchen, guests will learn how to prepare a variety of exquisite dishes! The Culinary Arts Kitchen offers a welcoming environment reminiscent of the most prestigious cooking schools in France. Eighteen individual cooking stations are offered on three long curved rows with white quartzite countertops. The kitchen features stainless steel accents, belaying the complex and richly flavored foods guests will prepare during the classes.

The new Meridien Lounge will offer a mid-ship location on Deck Five. The lounge will be elegantly appointed and comfortably furnished. It's an area where guests can join a seat at the expansive bar or in a large arm chair. Enjoy a cocktail and live music nightly.

Below is a picture of the new Meridian Lounge:


The Seven Seas Explorer is the newest, most luxurious ship to grace the seven seas with Regent Seven Seas Cruises! Much more will be announced as the arrival of the Seven Seas Explorer comes closer.

Learn more about Regent Seven Seas Cruises to Alaska here!

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May 25, 2014

Silversea Cruises - Silver Shadow



Silversea Cruises is the only privately owned cruise line in the world. This is something they are very proud of. When I boarded the Silver Shadow I was reminded of this by the Cruise Consultant and told after you've sailed on Silversea Cruises the next best thing is heaven. I thought to myself what am I about to see...

I was escorted to view the Suites onboard Silver Shadow. What a place to start! These Suites are the most beautiful I've seen on any ship. The layout, the decor and the amenities were excellent.

The smallest Suite onboard Silver Shadow is a Vista Suite. It is 287 square feet offering a large sitting area with sofa and writing desk, a picture window or floor-to-ceiling windows, queen-size bed (or two twins), walk-in closet and marble bathroom with double sinks, large separate shower and bathtub.

From there I viewed the Silver Suite. This is a great value because its large enough to entertain and still keep your sleeping area separate from the living area. The Silver Suite is 701 square feet offering a teak veranda with patio furniture and floor-to-ceiling glass doors, a living room with sofa bed, two arm chairs, bar and dining table that seats four, queen-size bed that is surrounded by glass doors and curtains that can stay open or be closed when entertaining, CD player, two remote controlled televisions with VCRs and satellite reception, and a marble bathroom. The bathroom in the Silver Suite is very large and separated into two areas; there is a double sink with a separate bathtub & shower and in a secon section there is a toilet with an additional sink. The bathroom in the Silver Suite is great for when you are entertaining guests.

Each Suite onboard Silver Shadow includes Champagne upon arrival and is replenished as you desire. Each suite includes fine bed linens, plus robes and slippers, down pillows, personalized stationery, Bulgari bathroom amenities, walk-in closet with a full-length mirror, in-suite safe, remote controlled TV/VCR with complimentary in-suite movie channels and video rental, hair dryer, beverage cabinet stocked with your selection of wines, spirits and beverages, fresh fruit and flower arrangements, and twice daily suite service with turndown service each evening.

The public areas onboard Silver Shadow are elegant and well maintained. All public areas focus on the views with large windows and lots of glass. Walking around the ship I felt like I was in a five star resort. The service was gracious and friendly. The cuisine was incredible.

Dining onboard Silver Shadow offers many options. There is in-suite dining on evenings you just want to relax and unwind with a book or a movie. There is La Terrazza offering an excellent selection of Italian cuisine. There is the Pool Bar & Grill offering casual eats next to the pool on deck. There is The Restaurant offering three meals per day on sparkling silver and crystal with international cuisine. And last but definately not least, there is Le Champagne offering a wine tasting menu by Relais & Chateaux - Le Champagne is must one evening of your cruise!

I was impressed with the layout of the Silver Shadow and all of the deck space. Silversea Cruises really wants each guest to enjoy their time onboard and it shows. There are many different activities offered, but with all the choices onboard you can easily just relax as well. The spa is tastefully done and offers a range of treatments. There is a good size library with many items guests can borrow during the cruise.

I hope to return to the Silver Shadow, or any of the Silverseas Cruises fleet, very soon! Addio amico mio!

Click Here To View More Information About Silversea Cruises Alaska Cruises

Written by Denise Blackmore, MCC

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May 06, 2014

Holland America Line - Zaandam



In mid July I sailed on Holland America's Zaandam to Alaska with my husband and his parents. We chose the Zaandam for its intimate size (we did not want a mega ship) and the traditional style of cruising for which Holland America is famous. We were looking for a ship that offered comfortable accommodations, classic decor, good food and service, and quiet shipboard life, all of which we found onboard the Zaandam.

Our oceanview stateroom included the newly upgraded mattress, fluffy bathrobes and plush oversized towels. The bathroom also had a tub which is appreciated as most ships on other lines do not offer a tub unless you are in a balcony or suite category. A fruit bowl was replenished as it was consumed but we were disappointed not to find a fridge. Instead a selection of soft drinks and bottled water were placed on the vanity next to the ice bucket.


The Zaandam exudes classiness with cozy public rooms adorned with antiques and historical artworks, spectacular fresh flower arrangements at every corner, wraparound promenade deck with teak loungers, and quiet corners to chat with friends or watch the passing seas. Food and service in the Rotterdam dining room was superb. Each menu had a wide choice catering to all taste buds. A nice touch is the Indonesian dishes that are offered at a few dinners and lunches, allowing guests to try different flavours. By the second night all of us were sold on the complimentary cappuccinos after dinner and soon our assistant waiter brought them to us without having to ask. We also dined at the Pinnacle Grill which was superb in its sterling beef selection and a variety of seafood and rack of lamb. There is a cover charge of $20 but on the first night it is offered at half price and once more in the middle of the cruise. It is well worth the price for an excellent meal.

Onboard staff is friendly and smiles are everywhere, however many have minimal fluency in English and if anything out of the ordinary was asked for, it often received confused looks and not carried out properly. In 3 different lounges my father in-law ordered a single malt scotch which he asked for water to be brought in a separate glass (so he can add it himself) and all 3 times the scotch arrived in different glassware (once in a sherry glass and once in a tall glass with a straw!). It was clear that they did not understand what he wanted because he did not order a regular scotch on the rocks.

This being an Alaska cruise, daily activities was kept to a minimum so that guests can enjoy the scenery and shore side visits. On sea days as well as in Glacier Bay National Park, naturalists provided commentary on the wildlife and landscape. Each evening after dinner we had a chance to listen to various musicians and danced in the lounges. We noticed however, that if a production show was in progress all other entertainment venues shut down, so it forced guests to watch the shows, which unfortunately were not all that great. The headline singers were not the best we have heard, and the productions seemed very hokey. But Holland America was never known for its entertainment so we were not surprised. The performance that got the best reviews was the Crew Show in which the Indonesian and Filipino crew donned traditional costumes and performed their countries song and dance.

One element which we did not expect onboard a Holland America ship was the number of announcements. Especially annoying were the calls to bingo every day. As you are out on deck enjoying the spectacular glaciers or whale watching, the PA comes alive with The Bingo Cash King calling you to the latest jackpot game. As well in the afternoons we had to endure the Cruise Director's announcements on what activities are happening onboard today. We commented in our guest questionnaire to let the daily newspaper do its job rather than filling the air with announcements. Announcements may be more acceptable in the Caribbean or on a more casual party ship but on a classy vessel in the serene landscape of Alaska it just is out of place.

We must praise Holland America for its efforts in keeping guests from catching or spreading the dreadful gastrointestinal germs that have plagued many ships. At embarkation each guest had to pass by a disinfectant dispenser which sanitized your hands. At the start of the buffet line a steward hands out a disinfectant wipe as you collected your tray, and upon returning to the ship from ashore, a disinfectant dispenser is set up at the gangway and a steward ensured you washed your hands before continuing on.

Holland America continues to attract loyal guests who favour the olden days of cruising onboard classic ships. Because of its traditional style, onboard ambiance and decor, it attracts an older clientele which in turn brings about a quieter shipboard life. Nightlife is subdued especially in Alaska as most people are active during the day. So after dinner they go to the show, maybe a couple of dances, and are off to bed by 11pm. So don't expect the disco to be going on til the wee hours. If you are looking for a quiet relaxing vacation a Holland America cruise will be perfect for you.

Click Here To View More Information About Holland America Line Alaska Cruises

Written By a Cruise Specialist at Cruising2Alaska.com

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May 04, 2014

Norwegian Cruise Line - Norwegian Sun



We picked Norwegian Cruise Line for our group as it seemed to be good value for a 7 day Inside Passage to Alaska and suited the price range for most people in the group, majority of whom had not cruised before.

With 9 restaurants onboard, it provides a variety of dining experience ranging from sushi and teppanyaki to French as well as fine Italian cuisine. The Specialty restaurants are Ginza - Teppanyaki & Sushi Bar (A la Carte pricing). I personally recommend the Teppanyaki and a reservation would be required as it only takes 10 at one sitting.
East Meets West - Asian Fusion cuisine (cover charge of $15).
Il Adagio - Fine Italian cuisine (cover charge of $12.50).
Le Bistro - French cuisine (cover charge of $15; also highly recommended).
For the health and weight conscious guests there is also Pacific Heights Restaurant (no cover charge) which serves light cooking food mainly pasta and a variety of salads.
The main dining rooms are Four Seasons and Seven Seas with equally attentive waitresses and waiters providing excellent service.
Buffet food is served in the Garden Cafe with a wide selection of salads, main courses, and desserts. There are also cooking stations that would provide guests with food cooked to their liking. Available also is the pizza bar, ice-cream bar and tapas bar. Sprinkles ice-cream is free but Hagen Daz may be purchased if required.

Onboard activities
The gymnasium, internet cafes and video arcades are open 24 hours daily. Mandra Spa along with sauna and steam facilities are open from noon till 11:00pm.
There are only 4 hot tubs and I found that this can get crowded quite quickly at busy times and the hot tubs are fairly small. The swimming pools are uncovered and are fine for nice days but can be a bit cool when it is slightly windy. There seem to be sufficient deck chairs on the pool deck for guests.
Other activities include cha-cha dance class (very popular), aerobics (including step and cardiodance), art auction, bingo, bridge play, cooking demonstrations, lecture seminars, karaoke (also popular), movies, scrabble, wine tasting, backgammon, treasure hunts, chocoholic buffet, BBQ parties on pool deck and ping-pong, basketball and volleyball. Children's activities are extensive and seem to be popular. There is also a party organized for them on the last night of the cruise whereby they have dinner together.

We were in a Mini-Suite Category AE with a king-size bed and a sofa bed which converts to queen size bed with privacy curtains. Decor is pleasant with mainly blue and yellow theme. The suite is on Deck 11 at the front of the ship. The balcony has a view of both sides but can be slightly breezy on some days. There are 2 desks, 1 television and fridge, and 4 deck chairs on the balcony.


Amenities in the room include a bottle of champagne, and a bowl of fresh fruits which was replenished daily, coffee/tea making facility and also concierge services. In the bathroom is a walk-in closet, dressing table and chair, bath (with shower), marble top sink, and separate toilet. There are two cotton bathrobes, (not toweling robes) for use and also hairdryer.

For breakfast, the room service menu is slightly limited as there are no cooked food such as omelettes, eggs, pancakes or waffles. The menu consist of muffins, Danish pastries, variety of fresh fruits including fruit compote, yogurt, toasts, and beverages such as tea, coffee, hot chocolate and fruit juices.

Garden Cafe where the buffet is served can be crowded at peak times and sometimes difficult to get a table. You can however get the food and then walk across to Pacific Heights where it is much quieter (but there is no coffee or tea served here), or sit outside when the weather is nice.

Nightly entertainment is presented mainly by The Jean-Ann Ryan Company in the Stardust Lounge (main theater). On the first night there was only one show at 9:00pm. For the rest of the week there were two shows nightly at 7:30pm and 9:30 pm. As well as the main production, there are comedy game shows throughout the week in Dazzles lounge. Captain's welcome party was on the first day at sea (Monday night) for an hour with champagne served at the atrium.

What I loved about the cruise is the variety of dining experiences it offered. Freestyle dining whether in the main dining rooms or in the specialty restaurants provide so much choice and the service throughout remain consistent.
What I also like is the option given for disembarkation. You can choose what time you want to leave, be it earlier or later. We picked approximately 10:30am and therefore managed to have a nice leisurely breakfast before leaving.
What could be improved is the emergency lifeboat drill. It was held at 5:00pm (before ship sailed) and went on for slightly longer than necessary, (not so on other ships) and most guests were getting quite uncomfortable at the long procedure involved.

Click Here To View More Information About Norwegian Cruise Line Alaska Cruises

Written By a Cruise Specialist at Cruising2Alaska.com

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September 21, 2012

Royal Caribbean New Offerings


Specialty Dining Packages to Debut on Serenade of the Seas While the Cruise Line's Lafite Wine Tasting Experience Expands to Select Ships

MIAMI, September 17, 2012 - Royal Caribbean International continues to provide its guests with the ultimate vacation experience by enhancing its onboard dining options with the addition of Oasis-class amenities to even more ships. Next in line is Serenade of the Seas, which is scheduled for an extensive revitalization this fall.


Serenade of the Seas will wow guests in December when she re-emerges from her dry dock with a new lineup of specialty restaurants, which will include Giovanni's Table Italian restaurant, Izumi Asian cuisine and the intimate Chef's Table dining experience, as well as dining packages for guests to enjoy all of them at incredible value. Guests will have the option of choosing the Royal Choice Dining Package, which includes dinner at Chops Grille, Giovanni's Table and Izumi for $55 per guest, or the Chef's Table Dining Package for $130 per guest, which includes all of the specialty restaurants as well as the Chef's Table.

Serenade of the Seas also will offer additional dining deals at Giovanni's Table. Groups of four or more can take advantage of the Celebration Dining Deal, which is valid for the first two nights of each sailing and allows groups of four or more to enjoy a delicious meal plus a $30 beverage credit at a cost of $20 per person. Groups of eight or more can opt for the Set Sail Dining Deal which includes dinner on the first night of their cruise for $14 per guest.

Further enhancing its onboard culinary offerings Royal Caribbean is expanding its partnership with renowned wine producer Domaines Barons de Rothschild by offering the exclusive Lafite Wine Tasting Experience onboard. Available for $23 to $25 per person, depending upon ship and itinerary, the experience, which was first introduced onboard Allure of the Seas, offers guests a unique tasting showcasing the renowned vintages from France's Bordeaux region.


Developed in conjunction with Chateau Lafite Rothschild, the premier estate under the Rothschild name the Lafite Wine Experience aims to expand guests' understanding of growing regions within Bordeaux. A Royal Caribbean cellar master leads the tasting, sharing details about the wines and the winemakers and the history and suggestions for food pairings. A souvenir packet allows guests to take a piece of the experience home with winemakers' notes, recipes and more.

The Lafite Wine Tasting Experience is now available for pre-booking on select ships, including Allure of the Seas, Oasis of the Seas, Independence of the Seas, Liberty of the Seas, Freedom of the Seas, Mariner of the Seas, Navigator of the Seas, Adventure of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas, Jewel of the Seas and Enchantment of the Seas.

Guests can book the Serenade of the Seas dining packages or the Lafite Wine Tasting Experience online or through their travel agent. Take a look at this video about Royal Caribbean's Wine Bar Offerings!

For More Information About a Royal Caribbean cruise vacation contact a Cruise Specialist at Cruising2Europe.com

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September 17, 2012

Cunard Line Offers World Cruise Videos


Ever wondered if a World Cruise was really for you? Now's your chance to hear from some World Cruise passengers what it's all about!

Cunard Line recently released a set of videos highlighting the thoughts of some World Cruise passengers. The first video released (the link is below) has three couples from the USA discussing some of their favourite experiences onboard their World Cruise.

Click here to watch the first World Cruise video!

Highlights of the video include guests sharing how they came to first sail on a Cunard World Cruise, and why they have sailed again since, what they enjoy about life onboard the ship, and the many interesting people they've met over the years!

Enjoy this first video and check back in October when the second video is released. It is scheduled to include travel experience highlights such as the Taj Majal, the Egyptian Pyramids, and the Great Wall of China!

For more information about booking a World Cruise contact a Cruise Specialist at Cruising2Paradise.com

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September 14, 2012

Paul Gauguin Cruise Views Humpback Whales


The m/s Paul Gauguin was in Rurutu's Avera Bay recently and had a close encounter with some humpback whales! Rurutu is an island in the Austral chain of French Polynesia in the South Pacific. Take a look at these great photos...




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InterContinental Resorts French Polynesia


InterContinental Resorts in French Polynesia are offering a new special for travel from April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014. This promotion offers guests FREE breakfast and dinner daily for two persons when booking a minmum stay of 3 consecutive nights! This promotion is offered for the InterContinental Resort Tahiti (Panoramic and Overwater Bungalow room types only), InterContinental Moorea Resort & Spa (all rooms except the Lanai Room) or InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort (all room types)! If you've ever visited French Polynesia you'll know how expensive dinners can be and see this is a great offer!

For more information, or to book a Tahiti holiday, contact a Tahiti Tiare Specialist at Cruising2Tahiti.com!

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March 10, 2012



2013 European Cruise Season with Oceania Cruises Features New Ports, Itineraries and More Sea Days!

Oceania Cruises' summer 2013 itineraries feature three ships - Riviera, Marina and Nautica - deployed to cultural, scenic and exotic ports throughout Europe. Including voyages from April through September, the summer 2013 European season is available for booking on March 7, 2012, and features first-time ports, new itineraries and the addition of extra sea days, allowing guests to fully indulge in the line's onboard culinary and enrichment experiences.

All summer 2013 voyages booked by June 30, 2012, feature two-for-one cruise fares and free air transportation, bonus savings of up to $3,500 per stateroom and, for added value, two-for-one deposits on bookings made by March 31, 2012.

With the upper-premium line's recently introduced beverage packages, priced from $29.95 per guest, per day, and new shore excursion options with savings up to 40 percent for an unlimited package of tours, guests can enjoy enhanced value and convenience to further customize the ideal cruise vacation.

"Oceania Cruises' 2013 Europe schedule offers extraordinary experiences in spring, summer and fall," stated Kunal S. Kamlani, the line's president. "With Riviera returning for a full season, we continue to provide our guests with the most exciting and unique itineraries throughout the Mediterranean, Greek Isles, Black Sea and Scandinavia."


Explore the Mediterranean & Black Sea

Riviera, which makes her debut in Europe in May 2012, returns in 2013 to explore the Western and Eastern Mediterranean with new 7-, 10- and 12-day cruises, from vibrant Barcelona to exotic Istanbul. Featured itineraries include the 10-day Italian Escapade (July 3 and August 28, 2013) from Rome (Civitavecchia) to Venice with stops in Florence (Livorno), Sorrento and Amalfi along the Amalfi coast, Taormina (Sicily), Corfu, Montenegro and Dubrovnik (Croatia) and a full day at sea before reaching Venice for an overnight stay.

Marina offers a new 10-day Treasures of the Ancients itinerary, that sails round-trip from Barcelona (November 10) calling at Valencia and Palma de Mallorca in Spain; Algiers, a new port for Oceania Cruises; Palermo, Rome (Civitavecchia) and Florence (Livorno), Italy; Monte Carlo and Provence (Marseille).

Discover Northern Europe & Baltic Capitals

Marina and Nautica venture throughout Scandinavia and the Baltic, including a visit to the Polar Ice Barrier. Marina's Baltic Odyssey, a new 10-day itinerary from Stockholm to Copenhagen with visits to Helsinki, St. Petersburg (three full days), Tallinn, Gdansk, and Berlin, departs June 25, July 5 and September 3, with a special Oceania Club Reunion Cruise on August 24.

On July 4, Nautica will offer an 18-day Voyage of the Midnight Sun from London to Copenhagen visiting 12 ports in Norway with overnight stops in Honninsvag (North Cape) and four sea days. Nautica's July 22 Medieval Marvels, a 10-day cruise from Copenhagen to Stockhom, features the new port of Klaipeda, Lithuania, a picturesque seaside city at the mouth of the Dange River and Baltic Sea.

Cruise Continental Europe in Grand Style

Rounding out the European itineraries, Marina and Nautica feature 7-, 10- and 12-day itineraries that capture "the best of the best" ports of call. "Cultural Connoisseur" - which departs September 27 - on Marina is a 12-day voyage from London to Barcelona, and on June 6, European Treasures on Nautica is a 14-day cruise from Rome to London.

Oceania Cruises European Cruise Sale From $1650 US!

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March 01, 2012

Celebrity Cruises Announces Celebrity Solstice Will Offer 2013 Alaska Cruises!


Celebrity Cruisese Unveils Information About It's 2013 Schedule!

Celebrity Cruises shared a sneak preview of its itinerary plans for the summer of 2013. Speaking to an audience of travel partners and press in London, Celebrity's President & CEO Dan Hanrahan revealed that, for the first time, joining Celebrity Eclipse in offering modern luxury vacation experiences from the UK will be the newly 'Solsticized' Celebrity Infinity.

"Like the reaction to every stunning Solstice Class ship, the response to Celebrity Eclipse from our guests and travel partners has been extremely rewarding, ever since it debuted in Southampton in 2010," said Celebrity's President & CEO Dan Hanrahan. "Our decision to expand our European vacation options from the UK on our newly Solsticized Celebrity Infinity is in direct response to increased demand for more of the modern luxury holidays that only Celebrity can provide, as validated by the expanding host of honors our brand continues to receive."

Within the past three months alone, Celebrity has been named the world's Best Large-Ship Line in the coveted Conde Nast Traveler's annual Readers' Choice Awards (US); "Best Premium Cruise Company" in Travel Weekly's annual Globe Awards (UK); "Best Luxury Cruise Company" in the Travel Agents Association Awards (UK); and "Best Cruise Line in Europe" for the second consecutive year, in addition to "Best Premium Cruise Line," in Travel Weekly's annual Readers' Choice Awards (US).

Celebrity Eclipse - which this week was named "Best from the UK" in Cruise Critic's Cruisers' Choice Awards - will continue to offer sailings from Southampton in the spring and summer of 2013, while Celebrity Infinity - which emerged in December 2011 from Celebrity's ambitious, four-ship, $140-million Solsticizing investment - will present enticing new British Isles and Fjords sailings from Harwich, England.

Bigger and better, with the most and newest ships in Europe
The summer of 2013 will mark Celebrity's biggest season ever in Europe, with Celebrity Constellation, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Silhouette, and Celebrity Reflection - which debuts in October of this year - all joining Celebrity Eclipse and Celebrity Infinity in offering the broadest array of modern luxury cruises and cruisetours on the newest fleet of ships in the region.

Celebrity Solstice to 'heat things up' in Alaska
The sleek, 2,850-guest flagship of the Solstice Class fleet, Celebrity Solstice - named "Best Premium Ship" in Travel Weekly's annual Readers' Choice Awards (US) - will become the first of its class to offer vacations in Alaska in the summer of 2013, joining Celebrity Century and Celebrity Millennium in pairing Celebrity's chic style and design, signature cuisine, exciting activities and extraordinary service with the region's breathtaking, inspiring scenery.

"Celebrity Solstice is the ideal platform for a genuine modern luxury vacation in the gorgeous state of Alaska," said Hanrahan. "The ship's sheer beauty will perfectly complement the region's incredible scenery. And with 85 percent veranda accommodations, our guests will have that many more opportunities to take in the endlessly appealing views, combined with our unparalleled onboard experience and service provided by the best group of hospitality professionals in the world."

Rounding out Celebrity's 2013 summer season
Celebrity Summit, which just this month became the third in Celebrity's Millennium Class fleet to complete the brand's noted Solsticizing initiative - incorporating a host of guest-favorite venues and experiences from the Solstice Class onto the Millennium Class - will once again offer Celebrity's popular Bermuda vacation experiences from the Northeast.

The intimate, 96-guest Celebrity Xpedition - ranked among the top 20 small ships in the world in Conde Nast Traveler's "Best Ships in the World" readers' poll this year - will continue to offer the once-in-a-lifetime vacation experiences the brand has offered year-round since 2004 in the enchanting Galapagos Islands.

Complete details of Celebrity's summer 2013 itineraries - including the full slate of featured destinations, cruisetours and dates of departure - will be announced when the first of the series opens for booking in early March. The line will continue to present special booking options exclusively for the valued members of its Captain's Club loyalty program.

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