After spending more than a year dreaming about the day we could sail again, that someday is here. Starting this summer, we’re sailing in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Alaska and Galapagos.
We’re taking extraordinary measures to keep you Healthy at Sea. We’ve partnered with medical and scientific advisors to guide us in the development of our protocols.
Get our best offer guarantee and the flexibility to cancel up to 48 hours before you sail – without penalty. Simply book your vacation by March 31, 2022 and we’ve got you covered with the assurance you need.
You have up to 48 hours before you sail to cancel and receive 100% Future Cruise Credit to use toward any sailing through September 30, 2022.
We constantly update our list of cancelled and modified itineraries as changes occur.
Learn about important government and Celebrity Cruises requirements that you need to know before your cruise.
Book a Celebrity cruise that’s sailing on or before April 30, 2022 and you’ll have the following reassurance at no extra charge:
*Last modified October 22, 2021. Subject to change. “Traveling Party” means your family members living with you in the same household and traveling companions assigned to your stateroom on the cruise. Conditioned upon compliance with the RCG COVID-19 Policies and Procedures in effect at the time of the cruise. Additional terms and conditions apply. See our COVID-19 Refund and Cancellations Policy and your Cruise Ticket Contract for details.
**To qualify for a refund, if your COVID-19 test was administered by a provider other than one retained by Celebrity, you must present your verified positive test result in a form acceptable to Celebrity.
Updated April 8, 2021
Celebrity Cruises announced today that it is extending the suspension of some sailings, including all sailings from the United States until June 30, while continuing its measured return to service with more sailings scheduled from different regions around the world. While we continue to work with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States and government authorities around the world, we have made the following adjustments to upcoming 2021 itineraries: