3. Celestyal ready to restart its operations for April
Celestyal ready to restart its operations for April

Celestyal ready to restart its operations for April

Celestyal Cruises has revealed that on April 24, with the seven-night Idyllic Aegean itinerary on the latest Celestyal Experience, the 2021 season will set sail.


A refundable Future Cruise Credit (FCC) equivalent to 100 percent of the amount charged plus an additional non-refundable FCC bonus equal to 20 percent of the actual cruise fare paid will be available to guests already booked on cancelled March and earlier April voyages.

As an added element of flexibility and considering the prolonged effects of the pandemic, Celestyal has announced that it will allow guests currently holding FCCs as well as guests about to receive FCCs to apply the FCC to the soon-to-be-announced 2023 itineraries of Celestyal in addition to the 2021 and 2022 itineraries as a result of the new re-launch date.

The company also announced that it will transfer its operations from the Piraeus Port (Athens) to the Lavrion Port & Marina (Athens) for the three- and four-night Classic Aegean itinerary, situated only 16 miles from the Athens Airport and comparable driving time from the city center as the Piraeus Port.

“We are thrilled to be able to announce the exciting news of our new and convenient departure port of  Lavrion Port & Marina with its dedicated terminal facility opening to welcome our guests for the first sailing of our well established three and four-night Iconic Aegean itineraries for the 2021 season,” commented Leslie Peden, chief commercial officer.

On April 26th, the first four-night Iconic Aegean will sail, while the three-night Iconic Aegean will sail on April 30th.

Celestyal will operate from Lavrion's modern, dedicated terminal building, which will provide an improved and expedited experience of boarding and disembarking.

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