Offering cruises to the Greek islands, and Cuba, Celestyal Cruises has a fleet of three charming vessels – Celestyal Olympia, Celestyal Nefeli, and Celestyal Crystal.
Here are five reasons to consider taking a cruise with Celestyal Cruises…
1. Traditional Greek experience
From the food, to excursions, and onboard entertainment, Celestyal Cruises offers an authentic Greek experience, making it the perfect cruise line to explore the beautiful Greek islands.
2. Drinks are included
Drinks are included with Celestyal Cruises, so there’s no bar bill at the end of your cruise!
3. Gratuities are included
Celestyal Cruises truly offers an all-included experience. Gratuities are included in the price of the cruise fare, though you can always tip more to individual crew members.
4. Interesting itineraries
Celestyal Cruises offers a range of three-, four-, and seven-night destination-focused itineraries. Cruises may be short, but unlike most cruise lines, you’ll usually visit two ports each day. Greek highlights include Piraeus (Athens), Santorini, Mykonos, Rhodes, Kusadasi, Samos, Patmos, and Heraklion. Cuba cruises visit Havana, Cienfuegos, Montego Bay, and Santiago de Cuba.
5. Complimentary excursions
With destination-focused itineraries, Celestyal Cruises encourages guests to see the most important sights, by offering selected excursions for free. You’ll usually receive one complimentary excursion each day, depending on your itinerary. Complimentary tours include a visit to Ephesus in Turkey and learning how Turkish rugs are made, a tour of ancient Lindos and medieval Rhodes, plus a visit to the charming town of Oia on the island of Santorini. Tours also include the entrance fees into archaeological sites. Other immersive excursions are available at an additional cost.
Want to learn more about life onboard? Read our cruise review documenting our time aboard Celestyal Olympia!
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