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A Little Insurance From Celestyal Cruises

To provide its guests with additional peace of mind, Celestyal Cruises has announced that it will provide complimentary travel insurance for all new, individual bookings made from now through Nov. 30, 2020 for March-June 2021 sailings.

The included policy is provided by Allianz Global Assistance and includes coverage of medical/hospitalization expenses, including those associated with Covid-19., Coverage includes transportation costs to the nearest hospital and travel costs to the next port of call, if required, as well as travel expenses to return home due to illness, if required, and reimbursement for any unused portion of a cruise.

For an additional fee, guests can opt to upgrade their policy to also include trip cancellation coverage.

Celestyal’s first sailing of the 2021 season will be on March 6 aboard its new flagship, the Celestyal Experience, with the seven-night “Three Continents” itinerary calling on Greece (Athens and Rhodes), Turkey (Kusadasi),  Israel (Ashdod), Egypt (Port Said) and Cyprus (Limassol).

Beginning on April 3, 2021 the Celestyal Experience will set sail on the seven-night “Idyllic Aegean” itinerary visiting Athens, Rhodes, Crete (Agios Nikolaos), Santorini, Milos, Mykonos and Kusadasi (Ephesus).

For a limited period, all-inclusive launch pricing starts at $699 per person for an Inside Stateroom and the new Sana Wellness Junior Suites at $1,849 per person. Celestyal has also reduced the deposit required to just $199 per stateroom.

As well, Celestyal has added extra departures to the special seven-night “Steps of Paul” itinerary due to popular demand, which traces the footsteps of St. Paul, the Apostle, across the Mediterranean with departures on Oct. 16th  and Nov. 13, 2021.

Additionally, it has introduced an amended seven-night “Eclectic Aegean” itinerary to maximize time ashore and to offer Thessaloniki as a new embarkation/disembarkation port.

The seven-night ‘Eclectic Aegean’ has departures between Oct. 23 and Nov. 6, 2021.

 

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