Celebrity Cruises will finally set off its entire fleet again from June 25 when Celebrity Infinite welcomes guests for the first time in 881 days. The vessel will also become the last vessel to resume operations out of Royal Caribbean Group Fleet of 63 ships.
Celebrity Infinite to resume service
On June 25, 2022, Celebrity Infinite will set sail for the Caribbean from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Celebrity Infinite has not sailed for 881 days, but will finally welcome guests on board to complete the return of the entire Celebrity fleet.
“This sailing not only crowns an incredible voyage, but opens the door to a whole new world of endless possibilities for our brand and for cruise travel. The future is very bright, thanks to time, effort and love the team has put into bringing our entire fleet back,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO of Celebrity Cruises.
“Watching the magnificent Celebrity Infinity leave Port Everglades will be a touching moment for everyone at Celebrity Cruises, especially for our crew, who have waited so long to welcome guests on board again.”
Not only is this day memorable for the cruise line, but it is also Seafarer’s Day, a day designed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) which recognizes the valuable contribution of seafarers to international trade and the world economy.
For his first trip, Celebrity Infinite will take guests on a seven-night Eastern Caribbean experience, disembarking in the Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos Islands and the Dominican Republic. Next, Celebrity Infinite will visit alternate ports of call, alternating seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries.
With a gross tonnage of 90,940, Celebrity Infinite can accommodate up to 2,170 people in double occupancy. The ship underwent the Celebrity Revolution, a total modernization of its fleet in 2019. Celebrity Infinite has now upgraded technology and new culinary concepts appealing to all guests.
The entire Celebrity Cruises fleet is back
A full return of Royal Caribbean Group The fleet of 63 ships will be commemorated this Saturday. All Royal Caribbean Group the fleet will sound the horn to honor their celebrating crew.
“Our full comeback would not be possible without the tireless efforts and unwavering commitment of our crew. They are the heart and soul of the Celebrity Cruises experience and I am so happy and proud to finally reunite our entire global family. at sea. “, said Lutoff-Perlo.
As one of five brands owned by Royal Caribbean Band, Celebrity Cruises returned to service a year ago from the day of June 26, 2021. It was a momentous day when the award-winning Celebrity benefit went down in history as first cruise ship from US port in 15 months after being put on hiatus due to the global pandemic.
NotablyRoyal Caribbean International was the first major cruise line to resume sailing, when quantum of the seas sailed from Singapore in December 2020. The cruise line completed its comeback on May 23, 2022, when Rhapsody of the Seas recommissioned from Rome after having had no guests for more than two years.
Other cruise lines have started to follow suit, such as Royal Caribbean International return paved the way for future sailors, ready to embark on their next adventure at sea.
Customers can take cruises to amazing destinations like the Caribbean, Alaska and Galapagos with Celebrity Cruises Fleet of 15 ships and find out why the return of Celebrity Infinite at sea is such a remarkable event.
Celebrity Cruises has redefined luxury at sea, boasting achievements from the first ship to use solar panels to the first cruise line to eliminate plastic water bottles on board, and even the first female captain in America.