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Celebrity Returns To Cruising From St. Maarten In June

Celebrity Cruises is returning to cruising on June 5 with company’s president and CEO, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo making the announcement and confirming that Celebrity Millennium will homeport in St. Maarten.

Beginning March 25, travellers will be able to book the new seven-night itineraries that depart through August and sail to some of the most popular Caribbean islands.

The Celebrity Millennium will sail with vaccinated crew and will be available to vaccinated adult guests and children under the age of 18 with a negative test result within 72 hours of embarkation.

Guests can take advantage of special air and sea pricing offering savings on all Summer 2021 St. Maarten sailings starting at $1,999 per person for a veranda stateroom.

The offer applies to new bookings and flights must be booked through Flights By Celebrity and prices include airfare and taxes. No promotional code is needed.

Lutoff-Perlo observed that: “Returning to the Caribbean after more than a year away is such a significant moment for us. It marks the measured beginning of the end of what has been a uniquely challenging time for everyone.”

Celebrity’s president and CEO continued: “We have been in constant contact with the leadership of St. Maarten these past months to support each other and share learnings and best practices. That we’re able to offer people the opportunity to safely vacation onboard the revolutionized Celebrity Millennium, is incredible, and that we will sail from the magical island of St. Maarten is very special. I am forever grateful for the support and collaboration of the St. Maarten Government.”

Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transportation and Telecommunication (TEATT) Ludmila de Weever said that: “Having a major cruise line such as Royal Caribbean Group’s Celebrity Cruises homeport here is a significant economic milestone for St. Maarten. It’s an historic agreement, the fruit of continuous dialogue and a testament to the strength of our longstanding relationship.”

The Minister continued: “Celebrity Cruises homeporting here will help rejuvenate our economy and drive opportunities for our people. I would like to thank the management team at the Royal Caribbean Group for their commitment to St. Maarten and their confidence in the Ministry of TEATT as a reliable and responsible partner. I look forward to the successful re-launch of their Caribbean cruising.”

Celebrity will offer two different itineraries:

  • Aruba, Curaçao and Barbados – This trifecta of spectacular islands offers plenty of wonder from Aruba’s natural rock pools, caves and volcanic lava formations; to the colorful Dutch-colonial-style buildings and the Willemstad City Center UNESCO World Heritage Site in Curaçao; to snorkeling and catamaran sailings in the cool blue waters of Barbados.
  • Tortola, St. Lucia and Barbados – In addition to the many water adventure offerings in Barbados, this itinerary adds in St. Lucia’s lush green landscape and relaxing Sugar Beach; along with one of the British Virgin Islands’ treasures, Tortola, with its mountainous landscape and beautiful sandy coves that are enough to make any beach lover swoon.

Sail on over to https://www.celebritycruises.com/cruise-deals/caribbean-cruises-from-st-maarten-2021 for more.

 

 

 

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