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Celestyal Cruises Announces 2021 & 2022 Early Bird Sale

December 11, 2020

ATHENS – As consumer confidence in travel continues to build, Celestyal Cruises, the award-winning, number one choice for cruise travelers to the Greek Islands and the Eastern Mediterranean, has announced an “Early Bird” sale featuring savings of 25 percent with prices from just $489 per person on qualifying 2021 and 2022 Greek Islands and Eastern Mediterranean cruises when booked by February 28, 2021. Consumers booking qualifying cruises can also benefit from a 50 percent discount for a second guest sharing a stateroom (on 2022 departures), offers on triple and quad staterooms, reduced solo supplement of just 15 percent and free COVID-19 medical travel insurance for sailings through June 2021.

Among the cruises included in the “Early Bird” sale are:

The three-night “Iconic Aegean,” starting at just $489 per person based on double occupancy. This sailing begins in Athens and calls on Mykonos, Patmos, Crete and Santorini in Greece and Kusadasi in Turkey.  

The three-night “Iconic Discovery,” starting at just $489 per person based on double occupancy. This sailing begins in Athens and calls on Syros and Santorini in Greece and Kusadasi in Turkey.

The four-night “Iconic Aegean,” starting at just $599 per person based on double occupancy. This sailing starts in Athens and calls on Mykonos, Patmos, Rhodes, Crete, and Santorini in Greece and Kusadasi in Turkey.

The four-night “Iconic Discovery,” starting at just $599 per person based on double occupancy. This sailing starts in Athens and calls on Syros, Rhodes, and Santorini in Greece and Kusadasi in Turkey.

The seven-night “Idyllic Aegean,” starting at just $1,019 per person based on double occupancy, which also begins in Athens and calls on Rhodes, Agios Nikolaos, Santorini, Milos, and Mykonos in Greece as well as Kusadasi, Turkey.  

The seven-night “Eclectic Aegean,” starting at just $1,019 per person based on double occupancy. This sailing begins in Athens and calls on Istanbul and Canakkale (Ancient Troy) in Turkey and Thessaloniki, Volos (Meteora) and Santorini in Greece.  

The award-winning seven-night “Three Continents” itinerary starting at just $1,019 per person based on double occupancy. The cruise departs from Athens and calls on Port Said, Egypt; Ashdod, Israel; Limassol, Cyprus; Rhodes, Greece and Kusadasi, Turkey.

All cruises include the Celestyal All-Inclusive Experience with unlimited classic drinks, locally-inspired cuisine on-board, entertainment, select shore excursions, port service charges and gratuities.

“There is an offer for everyone in Celestyal’s ‘Early Bird’ sale, from solo travelers and couples to families and groups of friends,“ said Leslie Peden, chief commercial officer. “We know that people are increasingly feeling optimistic and are dreaming of traveling again so we are determined to make their return to cruising highly tempting.”

For more information or to book offer visit: https://celestyal.com/us/early-bird-cruise-deals/.

Celestyal Cruises has fast built an award-winning reputation and recognition as the number one choice for cruise travelers to the Greek Islands and East Mediterranean thanks to its regional expertise and exceptional hospitality. The company operates three vessels, each one cosy enough to provide genuine and highly personalized services. The foundation of the company’s philosophy is built on a unique Greek heritage which combines outstanding hospitality with genuine cultural destination immersion and provides authentic, lifetime experiences both onboard and onshore.

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