In 2019 Celebrity summit became the second Celebrity Cruises ship to be revolutionized as part of the company’s $ 500 million fleet-wide upgrade program. With over a year of downtime, guests haven’t had much time to enjoy the ship, which is why it’s great news that Celebrity has unveiled epic Northern Cruises aboard the ship in 2023.
The traditional change of leaves in New England, lobsters in Maine, experience French culture in Quebec, Bermuda cruises, and Martha’s Vineyard all lead on what will be two epic cruises to Iceland and Greenland.
For some, the Caribbean is the dream cruise destination; others prefer destinations more off the beaten track. It’s good to see that Celebrity Cruises covers both groups with its range of ships.
Of course, there are the smaller expedition ships such as the Xpedition class ships sailing the Galapagos Islands. However, for those who wish to explore the east coast of the United States and Canada and further explore the Atlantic Ocean, the new cruises on board Celebrity summit are a great fit.
Celebrity summit will embark on a series of 7 to 12-night cruises, sailing to some of the North Atlantic’s most sought-after cruise destinations. Before heading north in 2023, the ship will first take several cruises visiting Bermuda, Charleston and Martha’s Vinyard.
In August 2023, he will start from Cap Liberty, New Jersey, and Reykjavik in Iceland and Greenland. The first cruise will depart New Jersey on August 6. After a day at sea, the ship will call in Halifax, Nova Scotia, followed by the beautiful town of St. Johns, Newfoundland.
After that, the ship will sail to Greenland with a stopover in Qaqortoq, the largest city in southern Greenland. A day of scenic boating and possibly iceberg and wildlife viewing in Prince Christian Sound, where guests can take in the beautiful scenery for the cruise, with mountains reaching 4000 feet and jutting glaciers gradually towards the sea.
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All of this will end with stops at Akureyri and Isafjordur, both in Iceland. Guests will disembark from the ship again in Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland. The next cruise, August 19, will follow the same route in reverse.
Once Celebrity summit concluding her Greenland and Iceland cruises, she will embark on a series of cruises from Boston that will explore the beautiful northeastern coast of the United States and also visit stunning ports in Canada.
This 11-night vacation sails round-trip from Boston and visits ports such as Rockland, Maine, Bar Harbor, Halifax, Sydney, Charlottetown and the capital of French culture and flavor in North America, Quebec, where the ship will be for two. days and one night.
“The beauty of travel is how it rewards you with unlimited variety, rewarding experiences and a deeper understanding of other cultures,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO of Celebrity Cruises. “It makes me so happy to announce routes like Celebrity summit for 2023, as it offers our clients opportunities to immerse themselves in everything from Bermuda island life to the beautiful surroundings of the Canadian coast.
In February 2019, the 91,000 gross tonnes built in 2001 Celebrity summit underwent Celebrity’s fleet-wide Revolution program. The $ 500 million upgrades have involved significant changes on board, from upgrades to restaurants, lounges and cabins, to ship interior updates, to the addition of The Retreat for guests. completely redesigned suites and a spa and casino for the ship’s 2,158 passengers.
Until there, Celebrity Summit, Millenium, Equinox, and Celebrity Silhouette have undergone the Revolution program, while plans are on the table to upgrade Celebrity constellation, infinity, eclipse, solstice, and Celebrity Reflection by 2023.