May 10, 2023 – Celebrity Cruises has more than seven ships operating in European waters this summer – With the Infinity, a celebrity ship is also cruising in the Mediterranean Sea and around the Canary Islands for the first time in winter
Celebrity Cruises has launched this year's European season. The cruise company will be sailing in European waters with a total of seven ships in the summer. With the Celebrity Infinity, a ship is staying in Europe for the first time throughout the winter and thus all year round. These are the route highlights of the Celebrity Infinity:
Celebrity Infinity in Cartagena
Many destinations in Greece and Croatia in summer
The Celebrity Infinity is powered by Piraeus (Athens) eight-day tours to several Greek destinations (including Thessaloniki, Mykonos, Rhodes, Santorini, Zakynthos and Hydra) and into Turkish Kusadasi offer. Another eight-day route is from Ravenna in Italy (Venice) to Piraeus (or vice versa) and includes stays in Dubrovnik and Split (Croatia), in Kotor (Montenegro) and some Greek islands. Also, the Celebrity Infinity has ten-day cruises between Lisbon and Barcelona in the program and controls the "Highlights of Spain and Portugal".
Premiere: On the road in winter in the Mediterranean and around the Canary Islands
The Infinity is the only celebrity ship that operates in Europe all year round and starts its winter season in September with cruises to Greek and Turkish destinations from/to Piraeus (Athens). Ten and eleven day cruises around the Iberian Peninsula take place in October and November. The ship sets sail alternately from Barcelona and Lisbon and embarks on its tour of the western Mediterranean Palma de Mallorca, Valencia, Malaga, Alicante, Cadiz (Seville), Porto and Vigo on. In Malaga and Porto, the Celebrity Infinity even stays two full days on some routes.
From the end of November 2023, the Celebrity Infinity offers from/to Barcelona Cruises to the Canary Islands at. The ship will Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Lanzarote approach For the first time in 15 years, these twelve and thirteen-day routes will also take you to Morocco. Casablanca and Tangier are the destinations here.
At the end of the winter season, the Celebrity Infinity returns to Athens. Various 2024- and XNUMX-day cruises will be offered from Piraeus in February and March XNUMX. Guests will have the opportunity to visit historical attractions and ancient wonders in Greece, Egypt, Israel and Turkey, including the Acropolis in Athens, the Pyramids of Giza, the Western Wall and Temple Mount in Jerusalem, and the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus. Both in Israel's Ashdod near Jerusalem and in Egyptian Alexandria, the Celebrity Infinity is two full days - leaving even more time for sightseeing.
This is the Celebrity Infinity
The 294 meter long Celebrity Infinity offers luxurious accommodation and experiences. These include the Concierge Class and the spa-inspired AquaClass with exclusive cuisine in the Blu Restaurant. The Retreat guests experience the ultimate in luxury with signature suites, a private sun deck, exclusive restaurant and XNUMX-hour lounge.
Celebrity Infinity passengers can dine at the main restaurant, the Tuscan Grill, the Oceanview Cafe and the Rendezvous Lounge, among others. Also offered is Le Petit Chef, a unique 3D dinner show. Another popular spot on the ship is the newly designed Rooftop Terrace.
The Celebrity Infinity belongs to the award-winning Millennium class. The ship can accommodate a maximum of 2.046 guests.
Seven ships sail in Europe in summer
Celebrity Cruises has seven ships operating in Europe this summer. These include the newest ships in the Edge class - the Celebrity Edge, the Celebrity Apex and the Celebrity Beyond. In addition to the Celebrity Infinity, the Celebrity Silhouette, the Celebrity Constellation and the Celebrity Reflection.
The shipping company offers various 5- to 14-day itineraries as well as a variety of one-week cruises - more than ever before. In eleven ports, the ships even stay two full days to have more time for sightseeing and shore leave. Alexandria in Egypt – the starting point for excursions to the famous Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx – as well as Flåm in Norway will be headed for. The place is at the end of the impressive Aurlandsfjord, a branch of the Sognefjord.