Last Minute Caribbean Sailings — Escape the Cold!

If you’re starting to feel the chill of winter (and feeling some holiday stress), escape to warmer weather and blissful relaxation in the Caribbean. Last-minute Caribbean cruise deals are yours to grab right now. Choose a Caribbean itinerary that puts a focus on island time for some beach lounging and adventures to exhilarate you, or book an itinerary with lots of at-sea days so you can enjoy the salty sea air, panoramic water views, and relaxing time on the ship.

Here are some winter itineraries in 2018 to get you started on your search for the perfect last-minute Caribbean cruise.

Island Hopper Itineraries

Family Time on a Caribbean Beach
Family Time on a Caribbean Beach

Experience a wide range of the Caribbean with these itineraries that stop in a new port each day.

7-Night Southern Caribbean Cruise on Celebrity Summit – This cruise sails roundtrip out of San Juan, Puerto Rico, meaning you’re already right in the middle of the Caribbean when your cruise begins which gives you more time to visit ports. During your 7-night cruise you’ll visit five different islands in addition to Puerto Rico. These include Bridgetown, Barbados; Castries, St. Lucia; St. Johns, Antigua; Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis; and Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas. You’ll also have one day at sea to relax by the pool or do your favorite on board activity before disembarking and catching your flight home.

7-Night Southern Caribbean Cruise on Celebrity Summit – This is another itinerary that sails out of San Juan, but differs in that it will end in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It also has two sea days in the middle of your cruise and a variety of ports of call. You’ll visit St. Johns, Antigua; Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis; Charlotte Amalie; St. Thomas; and Nassau, Bahamas.

Ample Sea Days

Couple on balcony sailing onboard Celebrity Cruises

Want some extra time to spend on Celebrity Cruises’ luxurious ships? These itineraries have two or three days spent at sea so you can lounge by the pool, sip wine on your verandah, get a massage in the spa, and feast on delicacies in the onboard restaurants. Plus, there’s the Celebrity Life activities, shopping boutiques, evening shows, wine tasting events, educational lectures…and so much more!

7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Celebrity Equinox: You’ll depart from Miami, Florida on January 20 and visit San Juan, Puerto Rico; Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas; and Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis. You’ll also have a sea day at the beginning of the cruise and two sea days at the end of your journey, giving you more time to take advantage of all the fun on the ship. There’s even a hot glass show on board!

10-Night Ultimate Caribbean Cruise on Celebrity Reflection: This Ultimate Caribbean itinerary that departs March 2 from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, lets you take advantage of traveling over two weekends and has four days at sea! In between the sea days, you’ll travel onboard the classy Celebrity Reflection to St. Johns, Antigua; Bridgetown, Barbados; Castries, St. Lucia; and Philipsburg, St. Maarten. You’ll even have an overnight in St. Maarten, giving you ample opportunity to explore both the Dutch and French (St. Martin) side of this special island.

14-Night Exotic Southern Caribbean on Celebrity Eclipse: If you’re looking for a longer cruise, check out one of the Exotic Southern Caribbean itineraries, like this one that departs February 18 from Miami, Florida, and travels all around the southern half of the Caribbean. The cruise visits Philipsburg, St. Maarten; St. Johns, Antigua; Castries, St. Lucia; Bridgetown, Barbados; Kralendijk, Bonaire; Willemstad, Curacao; and Oranjestad, Aruba. You’ll also have five days at sea.

Plus, here are a couple more last-minute Caribbean itineraries to check out:

7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Celebrity Silhouette departing February 11

7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Celebrity Summit departing February 17

Ready to book your cruise and sail away to tropical bliss? Visit www.CelebrityCruises.com or speak with your travel agent.

Where in the World Wednesday: December 13, 2017

Can you guess where in the world this destination is from the clues below?

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Here you will find wild camels living near the beach, but you best not go in the ocean as you may also come face to face with a saltwater crocodile. This town was attacked 64 times during WWII and averages 12 degrees in both winter and summer months. Mining of gold and zinc and off-shore energy production of oil, gas, and uranium are major industries. Voting is compulsory here and taxi cabs are required to carry a bale of hay in their trunk.

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Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Situated on the Timor Sea, Darwin is actually closer to Jakarta, Indonesia than it is to Sydney and closer to Singapore than it is to Melbourne. Darwin boasts a fascinating mixture of a vibrant, cosmopolitan city and the Australian Outback.  Reference to Darwin being 12 degrees year round describes its position at 12 degrees south latitude, rather than air temperature. Celebrity Solstice visits Darwin on her circumnavigation sailing around the continent of Australia, which includes a stop in Bali, Indonesia.

Where in the World Wednesday: December 6, 2017

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This Medieval city was once one of the best-fortified cities in Europe. It was also once the capital city of a former Soviet State.

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Tallinn, Estonia

Located on the Gulf of Finland, Tallinn is 50 miles south of Helsinki, east of Stockholm, and west of St. Petersburg, Russia — all cities visited on Celebrity Cruises itineraries that sail to Scandinavia and Russia. Estonia is the wealthiest of the 15 former Soviet Republics and Tallinn’s magnificent Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Cruise Port Spotlight: Naples, Italy

Things to Do in Naples During Your Cruise

Naples, Italy is a unique cruise port since Naples itself is a huge draw for visitors to Italy, but Naples is also the gateway to several other popular tourist spots in Italy. When visiting this city during a cruise, you have the option of sticking around Naples and exploring the city or taking an excursion to charming, colorful towns, historic sites, and more.

Cruising into Naples

Your ship will arrive in Naples’s cruise port via the Gulf of Naples. The port of Naples is within walking distance to shopping and dining in Naples. Meaning you can book a shore excursion and still probably have time (depending on the length of your excursion) to run into town for some of that famous pizza before getting back on your ship.

Things to Do While in Port in Naples

Pizza in Naples
Pizza in Naples

Historic Center of Naples

Besides eating pizza, there are plenty of other things to do in Naples.

You can explore the sights and sounds of the pretty Old Town area, where you’ll find gorgeous cathedrals, bustling squares, street vendor shopping, and a cosmopolitan vibe.

Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius

Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius

If you’d like a day experiencing ancient history while in port in Naples, head to the ruins of Pompeii.

Pompeii is one of the great historic finds of the world. It is an ancient city that was remarkably preserved after Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD and buried the town in ash. Today, you can tour Pompeii and see buildings and bodies seemingly preserved in time.

The Celebrity Priority Access: Amalfi Coast Motor Launch and Pompeii shore excursion gets you there effortlessly from your cruise ship. You’ll enjoy views of the Amalfi Coast from the water on a comfortable motor launch. You’ll then depart the boat for some land time in Amalfi before heading to the ruins of Pompeii.

Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast

If colorful towns intrigue you more than historic ruins, you can also take a motor launch shore excursion down the Amalfi Coast to the town of Sorrento and explore its cliffside buildings and cobblestoned streets overlooking the Gulf of Naples.

Another memorable shore excursion you can do along the Amalfi Coast is the Sorrento Gastronomy Discover and Private Dinner shore excursion, which is a special Chef’s Market Discoveries excursion. You’ll visit local markets and private family farms with a Celebrity Cruises chef and learn about the history of food and drinks (like limoncello) in the area. Then you’ll get a delicious lunch showcasing some of the ingredients you learned about. After lunch you’ll take a coach drive along the Amalfi Coast and a stop in the charming town of Positano. This excursion also includes an experience back on board the ship; you’ll get to have dinner with the chef and dine on an exquisite Italian cuisine using ingredients your chef picked up during the excursion.

Capri and the Blue Grotto

Celebrity Cruises in Capri, Italy
Boat ride around the island of Capri

The Italian island of Capri is easily accessible by ferry from Naples. It takes less than an hour to get across the bay and you’ll be greeted by a cute little harbor village called Marina Grande. Though there are shops and cafes in the harbor village, the real allure of Capri is beyond the harbor.

The most famous thing to do in Capri is visit the Blue Grotto. The Blue Grotto is a small cave in the side of the island that is only accessible by a row boat. You’ll typically take a catamaran or other motor boat to the entrance of the cave and then take turns going in the row boat to explore inside the cave. Once inside you’ll be amazed by the way the light plays on the water, casting the cave in a bright blue glow. Visits to the Blue Grotto often usually include a boat ride around the island, which has gorgeous scenery. A shore excursion to the Blue Grotto will arrange all the details in getting you there, making it easy for you.

While in Capri, you can also take the funicular up the side of the hill from Marina Grande and you’ll arrive in Capri Town, where there are gardens, high-end luxury shopping, and incredible sea and island views.

Cruise Itineraries that Visit Naples

Excited to book a cruise that has a port of call in Naples? Celebrity Cruises has many Mediterranean cruise itineraries that make stops  in Naples. The cruises often include ports of call at other popular destinations like Santorini, Greece; Athens, Greece; Rome, Italy; Florence, Italy; and others. To find the itinerary that is perfect for you, visit www.CelebrityCruises.com or speak with your travel agent.

 

Where in the World Wednesday: November 29, 2017

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This location is home to a famous golf resort. The resort is located on one of the only islands in the world with a desert and savanna, and one of only two islands in the world that share a common characteristic. Males in the military or police in this country are not allowed to vote in elections. The flag of this country is unlike any other in the world.

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Casa de Campo, La Romana, Dominican Republic, on the island of Hispanola

The island of Hispanola is divided by the Dominican Republic to the east and Haiti to the west. Hispanola is one of only two islands in the world shared by two different countries (St. Maarten is the other – Dutch and French). In terms of both area and population, the Dominican Republic is the second largest nation in the Caribbean. The Dominican Republic flag is the only flag in the world with a Bible on it. Casa de Campo and the Dominican Republic are featured on several Celebrity Cruises Caribbean itineraries.

Celebrity Flora: An Innovative Cruise Ship Designed for the Galapagos

Explore the Galapagos Islands in Sustainable Style with Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Cruises is continuing to make its mark on the world of cruise ship design and innovation with its newest ship: Celebrity Flora. Just like the highly publicized Celebrity Edge is poised to revolutionize cruising in the Caribbean and Mediterranean, Celebrity Flora will also be revolutionary as it is built with the destination in mind first. The Galapagos and its environment is influencing every decision for Celebrity Flora and this sustainable approach means a unique, immersive experience for cruise passengers.

Celebrity Flora Designed with Guests in Mind…

Passengers on board Celebrity Flora will find themselves immersed in the great outdoors of the Galapagos even while on the ship. The ship is designed to bring the outdoors in due to an outward facing layout that provides 360 degree views of the islands.

Celebrity Sky Suite
Celebrity Sky Suite

Celebrity Flora is also designed for luxury and will have passengers feeling like they’ve stepped onto a yacht. The small ship carries just 100 guests and all accommodations on board are suites. What comes with those suites? Modern luxury that includes:

  • Personal suite attendants to cater to every need.
  • Oversized bathrooms which offer plenty of room to relax after excursions and get ready for a gourmet dinner.
  • Infinite verandas that help bring the outside ambiance into your suite.
  • Sustainable, natural, and regionally inspired materials used in the suites.
Celebrity Flora Penthouse
Celebrity Flora Penthouse

Celebrity Flora’s uber-luxurious Penthouse suites will be the largest in the Galapagos and will feature separate indoor and outdoor living areas plus will even have an in-room telescope for stargazing at night and spotting animals during the day!

Seaside Restaurant
Seaside Restaurant

Guests will also feast on gourmet cuisine during the cruise. Three meals are served daily in the Seaside Restaurant. Al fresco dining and special in-suite dining experiences will also be available.

Celebrity Flora will have many other common areas to enhance your cruise vacation in the Galapagos.

Deck Bar
Deck Bar
Discovery Lounge
Discovery Lounge
The Vista
The Vista
Observatory
Observatory

Celebrity Flora Designed with the Galapagos in Mind…

Celebrity Flora will have many areas of the ship that are designed to help you learn and fully experience the Galapagos.

Celebrity Flora Marina
The Marina

The Marina is the part of the ship where guests have direct access to the islands as it’s typically where you’ll board and disembark. The Marina can even accommodate three Zodiacs, meaning you won’t have to wait long once the ship is stopped to board one and zip off to explore the flora and fauna around you.

You can also learn more about the Galapagos through educational opportunities on board. There will even be a Naturalist Center on Celebrity Flora where you can learn more about the destination. Presentations will also be conducted in the Discovery Lounge.

Guests who are into astronomy can stare at up at the night sky from the Stargazing Platform or participate in a guided astronomy tour during the sailing.

Celebrity Flora Designed with Sustainability in Mind…

Celebrity Flora is being designed specifically for the Galapagos and its fragile ecosystem. The ship will be built to be environmentally friendly as it journeys among the islands that make the Galapagos famous. Celebrity Cruises is achieving this in several ways.

Celebrity Flora is one of the most energy-efficient ships in its class and is designed to operate with a 15 percent reduction of fuel
consumption and equivalently fewer air emissions, which is achieved with an advanced propulsion system, hull configuration, and specially designed diesel engines.

The ship will also have an anchorless technology that will secure the ship’s position while leaving the sea floor intact.

Other environmental-friendly technology on board will be a system to convert sea water and air conditioning condensation into pure, fresh water.

Celebrity Flora will also have in-room water filtration to reduce plastic bottle waste. In addition, a strong emphasis will be put on reducing waste and recycling or reusing any material possible.

Celebrity Flora

Designed for YOU to Sail the Galapagos — Book Today!

Celebrity Flora will help revolutionize sustainable tourism in the Galapagos Islands while also providing guests with a luxurious, unforgettable vacation. If you want to be part of its early journeys, book your suite now by visiting www.CelebrityCruises.com or speaking to your travel agent. Celerity Flora is currently scheduled to embark on her maiden voyage on May 26, 2019, and will be sailing alternating 7-night Inner Loop and Outer Loop itineraries from Baltra.

How to Choose Which Celebrity Edge Cruise Itinerary to Book

Celebrity Edge is the newest ship from Celebrity Cruises and it is introducing many cruising firsts to the industry plus continuing Celebrity’s modern luxury ambiance on board. It also will be sailing a variety of itineraries both in the Caribbean and Europe when it debuts in 2018. Here are some tips to help you choose which itinerary to book – and how you can book more than one for the same vacation!

Western Caribbean vs. Eastern Caribbean

Family Time on a Caribbean Beach
Caribbean Beach

The first thing you’ll need to decide is if you want to visit the Western Caribbean or Eastern Caribbean. At first glance, you might think there isn’t much of a difference between the western and eastern sides of the Caribbean. However, there are some key differences.

Western Caribbean itineraries tend to visit ports with a wider variety of activities and scenery to do and see since they often include ports of call on both the coast of Mexico and Caribbean islands known for adventure.

Eastern Caribbean ports often include Caribbean islands known for beachside rest and relaxation and pretty port towns brimming with excellent shopping. Eastern Caribbean itineraries also sometimes depart from San Juan, Puerto Rico instead of Florida.

In the case of Celebrity Edge, both itineraries depart from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but visit different ports. The western itinerary will visit Costa Maya, Mexico, which is accessible to nearby ruins; Cozumel, an island in Mexico famous for snorkeling and scuba diving; Key West, Florida, which is great for sailing excursions and golf; and Grand Cayman, popular for its Stingray City excursion.

The eastern itinerary will sail to San Juan, Puerto Rico, where you can tour old forts and then explore the sights and shops in Old Town; Tortola, British Virgin Islands, known for its beautiful bays and coves; and Philipsburg, St. Maarten, known for its duty free shopping (especially jewelry!), ziplining, and easily accessible beaches.

European Wonders

Oia, Santorini
Oia, Santorini

If you’re thinking beaches are great, but you were looking for a more cosmopolitan type vacation with a bunch of history thrown in, you’re in luck. Celebrity Edge will also be spending part of 2019 in Europe! From May through October, embark on one of Celebrity Edge’s intriguing European itineraries. These itineraries depart from Rome or Barcelona (and typically end in whichever one they’re not departing from). Celebrity Edge will be making ports of call at some of Europe’s most beloved cruise ports, some of which are Santorini, Greece; Athens, Greece; Naples, Italy; Monte Carlo, Monaco; and many more!

There is also one itinerary that leaves from Southampton, England, if you’d like to do a London getaway for a few days before you embark.

How to Decide on a Celebrity Edge Itinerary

Celebrity Edge's Pool Deck
Celebrity Edge’s Pool Deck

So with so many great itineraries, how do you choose? Well, let’s take a look at what you love about the west coast.

If you’re a west coaster who enjoys living in this region of the U.S. because of the beaches and laidback SoCal lifestyle, then an Eastern Caribbean cruise will be right up your alley.

If you love the mountain hikes, surfing, skiing, and other adventurous activities you can do on the West Coast, opt for a Western Caribbean cruise and partake in some exciting shore excursions.

Can’t decide? You’re in luck! Celebrity Edge’s sailings alternate between each itinerary so you can book back to back cruises and sail the western itinerary the first week, and the eastern itinerary the second week for an amazing 14-night vacation — or vice versa!

–> To view Celebrity Edge’s Caribbean sailings, click here. 

Those who are happiest when spending a night out on the town in one of the west coast’s famous cities like San Francisco, LA, or Seattle while still being close to the gorgeousness of the coast may prefer a European itinerary that visits some of the Mediterranean’s most famous cities and also calls at some islands.

–>Check out this itinerary that departs from Rome and ends in Barcelona, and visits the glitz and glam of Monaco and Cannes, the historical allure of Florence and Naples, and the beach fun of Mallorca.

Iconic Suite Veranda on Celebrity Edge
Iconic Suite Veranda on Celebrity Edge

Celebrity Edge’s first sailing is scheduled to depart December 16, 2018. For more reasons why you’ll want to sail on this luxurious and innovative ship, click here.

Where in the World Wednesday: November 22, 2017

Can you guess where in the world this destination is from the clues below?

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This location is home to a sacred house that was discovered in the 19th century. Archaeologists who have examined the building believe most of the building dates from the 6th or 7th century, but its foundations date back to the 1st century AD. Pope Benedict XVI celebrated mass here in 2006.

This destination is also home to these famous ruins, which are our picture clue for the week:

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Ephesus, Turkey

Ephesus, Turkey is the where the House of the Virgin (Meryemana in Turkish) is located between the ancient city of Ephesus and Seljuk, and is believed to be the last residence of the Virgin Mary.

What to Pack for a Caribbean Cruise

A Caribbean cruise can be a daunting vacation to pack for. Not only do you need beach attire, you also need outfits for days and evenings at sea plus any clothing necessary for certain shore excursions. Here are some tips on packing for a Caribbean cruise that won’t require having to bring three suitcases!

Shoes to Bring on a Caribbean Cruise

Shoes take up a lot of space so let’s start with those. To pack concisely and strategically, bring shoes that can do double duty, such as:

Hiking Shoes: Pack low-top hiking shoes for outdoorsy shore excursions that can also double for a workout on board if you hit the gym, and which are comfortable to wear around a Caribbean port town while shopping and exploring.

Dressy Sandals or Loafers: Bring a pair of sandals or loafers that look dressy enough for dinner in the on board specialty restaurants, but also are casual enough to wear around the ship during the day.

Flip-Flops: Get easy to slip on shoes to stick in your day pack for beach excursions and to wear to the pool – or for a quick jaunt from your stateroom to get a coffee or other drink to enjoy on your verandah.

What to Bring for Port Days

Celebrity Cruises Active Adventure Ziplining
Ziplining Shore Excursion

Something that makes the Caribbean such a fun and memorable vacation is the huge variety of activities you can do while there. Islands differ on what they are known for (such as beaches, ziplining, rain forest hikes, architecture, and so much more) and even one single island can have wildly different things to do while in port. Cover your bases and any last minute shore excursions you might decide to sign up for once on board your ship by packing the right clothing. Here are some items you’ll want to make sure you have.

Lightweight Raincoat or Poncho: The Caribbean is a tropical destination and part of what gives the destination its tropic beauty is rainfall, so you may encounter some on your vacation. It doesn’t have to ruin your day in port, though; most times of year rain in the Caribbean is sporadic and doesn’t last long. Be prepared with a rain jacket or poncho you can take out of your daypack and you’ll still be able to enjoy whatever activity you’re doing without worrying about getting all wet.

Pants and Long Sleeves: If you’re going to be walking through rain forests or other wilderness areas in the Caribbean, bring breathable pants and a long sleeve shirt you won’t get too hot in, but which will keep you covered. This is ideal for areas you’re traveling in which may have mosquitoes or scratchy vegetation.

Swimsuits: Bringing a swimsuit probably goes without saying for a Caribbean cruise, but what you might not think about is bringing different types of suits (ladies, this one is more for you). Definitely bring a suit that you want to lounge on the beach or by the pool in, and you also may want to stick in a swimsuit that you can be more active in. Think sports swimsuits that will let you comfortably snorkel, surf, go tubing down rivers, or any other adventurous water activity you may want to do in the Caribbean.

Family Time on a Caribbean Beach
Beach time in the Caribbean

Rashguard: Even if you’re not planning to try surfing or boogie boarding, sticking in a rashguard is wise since it will help protect your skin from the sun if you’re planning to be in the water a lot. The Caribbean sun may be much more powerful than what you’re used to and a painful sunburn is one quick way to ruin a vacation.

Sunglasses: The Caribbean is sunny! Don’t spend your time in port squinting. Bring a pair of sunglasses (polarized sunglasses are best when you’re near water to help reduce glare) or a sun visor.

What to Pack for on the Ship

Here are some items you’ll want to pack for your time on the ship, starting with dinner.

Tuscan Grille Restaurant Onboard Celebrity Cruises
Dining in Tuscan Grille Restaurant Onboard Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Cruises’ dress code for dining is Smart Casual on most evenings, which entails the following items:

  • Ladies: Dress, slacks, blazers, jeans, scarves, skirts, casual tops — basically, whatever you’re comfortable in without being too casual.
  • Men: Pants or jeans and a sport shirt with sleeves.

Depending on the length of your cruise, there also may be one or two Evening Chic nights (say good-bye to those stuffy formal nights!), and you’ll want to come prepared for those evenings so you can participate in the fun of getting all glammed up. Stick the following attire in your suitcase for Evening Chic nights (which also may double well for the nightlife onboard):

  • Ladies: Cocktail dress or skirt/pants/designer jeans with an elegant top. Or get totally dressed up in an evening gown!
  • Men: Pants or designer jeans with a dress shirt, button-down shirt, or sweater. To get fancier, wear a blazer or sport coat over it.

Pool Cover-Up: Bring something to throw on over your swimsuit for your walk from your stateroom to the pool and to put on if you take a break from relaxing by the pool to run to the Lido Bar.

Keep in mind that during the day the Caribbean may be hot, but at night when you’re sailing in the middle of the sea from one island to the next, the temperature can dramatically drop, which brings us to the next point on what to pack:

Layers!

To round out the rest of your clothing for your trip, pack a few t-shirts or tanktops, cardigans or sweaters, a couple pairs of both shorts and pants or maxi skirts. You should be able to mix and match these to fit different weather and activities, whether in port or on the ship.

Then get ready to enjoy an incredible Caribbean vacation!

Excited to start packing your suitcase sooner than later?

Don’t miss out on Celebrity Cruises’ current holiday special: the Holiday Season of Savings. With this special, book in an oceanview stateroom or higher stateroom category and the first two guests in your stateroom receive a free perk. You can choose from:

  • Classic Beverage Package (includes alcoholic beverages)
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi
  • Prepaid Tips
  • $150 to Spend on Board

Book a suite and receive all four perks. The next two people in a stateroom (oceanview or above) receive 50% off their cruise fare as part of the Holiday Season of Savings. To see all terms and conditions, click here.

To book your cruise, visit www.CelebrityCruises.com or speak with your travel agent.

Where in the World Wednesday: November 15, 2017

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This area experiences mistral winds, which reach speeds of over 100 mph. This picture perfect city is known for its luxury hotels, fine restaurants, beautiful beaches, and famous film festival.

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Photo by Chris Yunker (via Flickr)

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Cannes, France

This destination is a popular beach destination in the south of France that is also known for Cannes Film Festival. Celebrity Cruises sails to Cannes on certain Mediterranean itineraries.

Special events and cruise deals just for West Coast residents plus cruise and travel tips for everyone!