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Celestyal Cruises new deployments for 2022 – 2023

While Celestyal has always offered its guests the marquis destinations such as Mykonos and Santorini, the cruise line has also earned a reputation for being a “trailblazer” in taking travellers to more of the unexplored side of Greece as well as staying longer in port to allow deeper exploration than what is typically offered by other lines visiting Greece.

This will continue once again in 2022.   On Celestyal’s popular seven-night Idyllic Aegean cruises starting in April, Celestyal will sail to Thessaloniki.  Celestyal is the only cruise line calling on a regular basis to the historic city of Thessaloniki.

Celestyal will also return to the less-discovered island of Milos, which was recently named the “World’s Best Island” by Travel + Leisure magazine and is an island traditionally not visited by most other cruise lines sailing larger ships. In the coming year, Celestyal will also extend its time in port in Milos from a half day to an entire day. 

Celestyal’s Eclectic Aegean includes Kavala, the northern, centuries-old Greek port city on the Thracian Sea, often referred to as the “blue city” due to its crystal-clear coastal waterand legendary scenic sea views from the Bay of Kavala, with a picturesque historic town unfolding high atop the triangular Panagia peninsula.

This itinerary also calls upon Thessaloniki, Santorini, Volos and Istanbul.  The Eclectic Aegean also offers the option to embark and disembark in Istanbul, offering additional air connection options.   

Celestyal Brings Back  the Three Continents Itinerary & introduces New Christmas and New Year’s Holy Land Cruises

The end of 2022 will see the return of Celestyal’s Three Continents seven-night itinerary, last operated in late 2019, calling on Greece, Turkey, Israel, Egypt and Cyprus.   This will be followed by two , exclusive holiday sailings, the ten-night Christmas special sailing calling on Thessaloniki, Izmir (Turkey), Rhodes, Limassol (Cyprus), Alexandria (Egypt) and an overnight visit in Haifa (Israel) to spend both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in the “Holy Land,” and the eight-night New Year’s sailing with visits to Heraklion, Santorini, Kusadasi (Turkey), along with an overnight stay in Istanbul, to take in the New Year’s Eve fireworks, and Volos. Both sailings can be combined for an amazing 18-night holiday event covering the whole of the Eastern Mediterranean!

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