Celebrity Cruises’ “all-included” vacation packages have proved so popular in Canada in recent years that the cruise line is expanding them significantly in 2018.
Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina and Saskatoon are new gateways, joining Hamilton, London and Ottawa. Passengers can choose either the Celebrity Silhouette or Equinox, which sail eastern or western Caribbean itineraries on alternate weeks out of south Florida.
While food and drinks are naturally included in the package, Celebrity also adds round-trip flights on its owned branded charter planes (operated by Canadian North or First Air), pre-cruise hotel night (for Alberta and Saskatchewan guests), transfers, gratuities and taxes – plus the cruise, of course.
An added bonus is that guests are looked after by Celebrity from start to finish and have the advantage of meeting and travelling with like-minded vacationers.
“Celebrity’s All-Included vacation packages offer modern luxury from take-off to cruise and back and our guests love inclusive travel and non-stop flights,” says Ken Brooks, Director of Sales, Celebrity Cruises Canada. “Celebrity was groundbreaking in bringing the enjoyment of all-included cruising to the industry five years ago and we will continue to expand and bring this program to as many Canadians as possible.”
The program, including flights from Canada into West Palm Beach or Miami, will operate from Feb. 3 to April 1, 2018.