New 2023 deployments for Celebrity Eclipse and Celebrity Summit
Celebrity Eclipse will spend four months, December 2023 – April 2024, visiting 16 destinations including Buenos Aires

New 2023 deployments for Celebrity Eclipse and Celebrity Summit

MIAMI — Celebrity Cruises has announced two new deployments for 2023 including the cruise line’s return to South America in December.

Celebrity Eclipse will spend four months (December 2023 – April 2024) visiting 16 destinations offering a 14-night Antarctica cruise and a 12-night Argentina and Patagonia sailing.

“The power of travel expands our horizons, introduces us to other cultures, and opens us up to truly fulfilling experiences. Celebrity takes its guests to far reaching corners of the globe, while enjoying unrivalled luxury travel adventures,” says Celebrity Cruises’ President and CEO, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo.

Celebrity will also offer 16-day sailings from Los Angeles to Chile which include overnight stays in Lima, Peru, where guests will get the opportunity to visit Machu Picchu.

New 2023 deployments for Celebrity Eclipse and Celebrity Summit

Celebrity Summit

The cruise line has also announced new itineraries and destinations for Celebrity Summit.

In summer 2023 Celebrity Summit will start off with seven, nine and 10-night itineraries sailing to Bermuda and Martha’s Vineyard. Following its sailing to Bermuda, Celebrity Summit will then offer two 12-night sailings to Iceland and Greenland.

And in fall 2023, from August through October 2023, Celebrity Summit will embark on 11-night itineraries cruising up the Eastern Coastline, visiting Maine and Canada as the seasons change.

“The beauty of travel is how it rewards you with unlimited variety, enriching experiences and a deeper understanding of other cultures,” said Lutoff-Perlo. “It brings me such pleasure to announce itineraries like Celebrity Summit’s for 2023, as it brings opportunities for our guests to immerse themselves in everything from Bermuda’s island life, to the stunning surroundings of the Canadian coastline.”