Monday, March 09, 2009

Celebrity Cruises Returns to Bermuda

Celebrity Cruises has announced that they will resume Bermuda cruises round-trip from Cape Liberty, New Jersey starting in 2010. Better yet, these 7-night Bermuda cruises will be on the highly rated Celebrity Summit, one of the elegant Millennium-class ships.

To celebrate the great news, a festive “Celebrity Is Back” party was held for the staff at Direct Line Cruises on March 6, hosted by Marie La Cava of Celebrity Cruises. In explaining why this particular itinerary was so significant, Marie offered this historical perspective. “Although Celebrity Cruises merged with Royal Caribbean Cruise Line in 1997 and now offers cruises to virtually every corner of the world, Celebrity Cruises has its roots right here when it started offering 7-night cruises to Bermuda round-trip from New York City on the Celebrity Meridian back in 1989”.

So, the return of Celebrity & Bermuda cruises from the Northeast area is quite a homecoming event. To help welcome back Celebrity Cruises, Direct Line Cruises is now offering a two-week early booking incentive featuring onboard credits up to $100 for reservations on the Celebrity Summit that are made between March 6 and March 19, 2009, in addition to free travel insurance and special introductory rates. This promotion applies to the regular 7-night Bermuda cruises on Celebrity Summit from Cape Liberty, New Jersey as well as the 7-night and 14-night Canada / New England sailings on that ship from Cape Liberty, New Jersey.

Welcome Back Celebrity Cruises. We missed you!

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