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Celestyal Cruises Weekly Deals: Discounted Rates, Low Deposits & Flexible Booking Terms

ATHENS – Celestyal Cruises, the award-winning, number one choice for cruise travelers to the Greek Islands and the Eastern Mediterranean, launches a series of seven-day Flash Sales that vary in value, starting from as low as $729 per person, based on double occupancy, on qualifying 2021 seven-night cruises. The Flash Sale also features a lower deposit of just $99 per stateroom.

For ultimate flexibility and in order for guests to have peace of mind, the Flash Sale also includes the “Celestyal Promise,” allowing guests the freedom to adjust their sailing up to 30 days prior to departure.

Each Flash Sale will run for a seven-day booking period starting on midnight every Thursday. The next Flash Sale runs from February 5-11 and will feature selected seven-night sailings. Flash Sales will continue each Thursday through March 26th.

The attractive, value for money deals, feature discounted rates on qualifying 2021 itineraries and a variety of departure dates on the three- and four-night Iconic Aegean and Discovery Aegean, the seven-night Idyllic Aegean, Eclectic Aegean, Three Continents and Steps of Saint Paul as well as fourteen-night cruises.

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.

For more information or to book your cruise, visit: https://celestyal.com/us/.

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 intimate 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.

In September 2020, Celestyal Cruises was honored for the second consecutive year at the renowned MedCruises Awards. The company was awarded first place in the category "Cruise Line with the Greatest Solidarity and Commitment during the Pandemic,” for its overall contribution to the local community, as well as to the industry as a whole, in light of the addition of a new vessel to its fleet during this critical period.

In June 2020, Celestyal Cruises received three Tourism Awards in the largest and most prestigious competition for the Greek tourism industry. For the seventh consecutive year, Celestyal Cruises took top honors with three Tourism Awards: Platinum Award for Guest Experience Excellence, Gold Award for Familiarization Initiatives for Special International Target Groups, and Silver Award for Solo Travel.

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