In 2014, Celebrity Cruises launched a blog called "Catalyst," which covered travel, fashion and culture. In April 2015, Celebrity's oldest ship at the time, the Celebrity Century, departed the fleet. On 4 December 2014, Celebrity Cruises signed of a letter of intent for a new class of vessels.When did they change the name of the Celebrity cruise ships?
In 2007-2008, all of Celebrity Cruises' ships were renamed with a "Celebrity" prefix added to the pre-existing ship names. Celebrity Solstice, the first ship in the new Solstice- class, was delivered to Celebrity on 24 October 2008.Where do Celebrity Cruises take you?
Visiting spectacular ports around the world including Europe, the Caribbean and Alaska to exotic destinations such as Asia, Australia and New Zealand, South America and Antarctica, the world is yours for the taking. Celebrity Cruises exists because we believe in opening up the world.Are Celebrity Cruises resuming cruises in June 2021?
On March 19, 2021, Celebrity Cruises announced that it will be resuming its North America cruises in June sailing out of St. Maarten and that in order to board all adults to include crew will be required to show proof that they got a COVID-19 vaccination. Children will be allowed to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours.