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Celestyal Postpones Fall, Winter Sailings

Cruise Line Will Complete Scheduled Summer Itineraries, Resume Sailings In March 2022

Celestyal Cruises is on track to complete its summer sailings of the Greek Islands and the Eastern Mediterranean on schedule.

The “Legendary Archipelago” on Celestyal Olympia and the adjusted “Idyllic Aegean” itinerary on Celestyal Crystal as per their schedule conclude on Aug. 30 and Aug. 28 respectively.

The cruise line typically shifts to longer haul source markets in fall and winter, which are the primary source for Celestyal’s popular shorter, three- and four-night itineraries.

With the current travel restrictions in place, and the continuing evolution of additional restrictions coming into play across most source markets that typically sail later in the season, travellers have been less willing to take the necessary steps to travel this fall and winter especially for trips of shorter duration and have indicated a clear preference to defer their cruises until 2022.

As a result, the company has decided to postpone the fall and winter sailings and will resume operation in March 2022, as per the scheduled program.

All named and paid individual guests impacted on 2021 sailings from September through December will have the option to receive full refunds or apply their deposits to 2022 or 2023 sailings with a 20 percent bonus value to be applied to their future sailing.

Celestyal recently launched both its 2022 and 2023 itineraries, which demonstrates its continued growth as the regional leader and demonstrates a commitment to year-round cruising in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Sail on over to https://celestyal.com/us/.

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