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Celebrity Cruises reveals overnight stays for 2016/17 Caribbean breaks

Celebrity Cruises’ 2016/17 Caribbean sailings will offer brand new overnight stays in port, offering a more immersive destination experience for holidaymakers. Seven of the brand’s modern luxury ships will be sailing Caribbean waters for the season with new overnight stays in Bridgetown (Barbados), Oranjestad (Aruba) and Willemstad (Netherlands Antilles) and a new Mardi Gras cruise which will spend two nights in New Orleans for the renowned festivities. The 2016/17 Caribbean itineraries open for booking on 19 December 2014.

2016/17 Caribbean itinerary highlights include:
The new Mardi Gras sailing onboard Celebrity Equinox departs from Fort Lauderdale (Florida) on 20 February 2017 and calls at George Town (Grand Cayman), Costa Maya (Mexico), Cozumel (Mexico) and New Orleans (Louisiana) where the ship will stay for two nights during the Mardi Gras celebrations.  

Celebrity Infinity will offer a series of new itineraries including two variations on an ABC Islands Immersion cruise which feature visits to Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. Both itineraries include an overnight stay, one in Oranjestad (Aruba) and one in Willemstad (Curacao).  

Three new itineraries onboard Celebrity Eclipse including a 12-night Southern Caribbean sailing departing on 21 December 2016 allowing guests to celebrate the festive season and see in 2017 while soaking up the sunshine. The cruise departs from Miami (Florida) and calls at St. Johns (Antigua), Roseau (Dominica), Castries (St. Lucia), Bridgetown (Barbados), Philipsburg (St. Maarten), Basseterre (St. Kitts) and Charlotte Amalie (St. Thomas).  

Celebrity Silhouette will feature a new series of alternating seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean which depart from Fort Lauderdale (Florida) between November 2016 and April 2017. Destinations featured on the Eastern Caribbean itinerary include San Juan (Puerto Rico), Charlotte Amalie (St. Thomas) and Philipsburg (St. Maarten); the Western Caribbean cruise will feature Cococay (Bahamas), Cozumel (Mexico), George Town (Grand Cayman) and Falmouth (Jamaica).  

A selection of new seven-night Southern Caribbean itineraries from San Juan  will be available onboard Celebrity Summit, port highlights include Fort de France (Martinique), St Croix (U.S. Virgin Islands) and Basseterre (St. Kitts).  

Agents are encouraged to make the most of early booking opportunities. Back by popular demand, the 123Go! offer returns following its success in the 2013-14 wave period. The 123Go! offer allows guests the chance to choose from a free classic drinks package worth over £30 per day of the cruise, free gratuities or free on-board credit to the value of $300 to spend on-board the ships. Agents simply need to make any cruise booking before 28 February 2015, for cruises that travel before April 2017 (except Galapagos), to pass on the great additional benefits to their clients. European cruisers enjoy two of the three benefits, and those travelling to the rest of the world enjoy one great added-value extra. Those cruising in Concierge Class or above enjoy all three extras on any cruise (except Galapagos) as part of their booking.

The offers are only applicable to those booking ocean view staterooms and above.

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