Celebrity Cruises announces new sailings for winter 2021-2022

Celebrity Cruises has released its updated 2021-2022 winter sailings programme for the Caribbean, Europe and South America. 

Informed by market research and feedback from guests and travel partners, the new offerings feature an expanded Caribbean presence with new seven-night and overnight itineraries; new Spain and Portugal itineraries in Europe; and a new homeport and shorter itineraries in South America. 

Eight of Celebrity’s ships will sail the Caribbean, including its newest Edge Series ships - Celebrity Edge and new sister ship, Celebrity Apex. 

Celebrity Edge will offer a full winter season of seven-night Caribbean itineraries to both the Eastern and Western Caribbean, while the recently refurbished Celebrity Silhouette will sail new Southern Caribbean itineraries featuring overnights in Aruba and Curacao.

Celebrity Summit will also replace Celebrity Infinity to sail four- and five-night itineraries from Miami, plus two new Mexico holiday sailings in December 2021.

In Europe, Celebrity Infinity will be extending its season into October and November next autumn as it sails the Mediterranean from the home port of Lisbon, Portugal.

A new 10-night Best of Spain and Portugal sailing and two new seven-night Iberian Peninsula sailings have been added. 

Celebrity Infinity will then embark on its new 12-night transatlantic from Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, visiting ports of call in Spain and the Canary Islands. 

Beginning in December 2021 until March 2022, Celebrity Infinity will explore the continent of South America, with a new homeport in Valparaiso, Chile. 

The all-new schedule features four new nine- to 12-night itineraries calling on ports throughout Argentina and Patagonia and one new 14-night sailing to Antarctica.

Celebrity Cruises said it would be applying the recommendations of its Healthy Sail Panel of public health and scientific experts “to ensure a safer and healthier cruise holiday on all of its sailings.”

Wi-Fi, drinks and tips in all cruise packages will all be included under the line’s new Always Included standard rate. 

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