Celebrity Cruises has unveiled its 2022 Alaska and Pacific Coastal sailings with its earliest ever start to the Alaska season.
Alaska sailings will begin in May 2022, offering more opportunities to experience the wide-open spaces and unique wildlife of the region. Every Alaska itinerary in the season will also include a visit to the glaciers of the Inside Passage, one of Alaska’s most iconic sites.
Celebrity has also added a Pacific Coastal itinerary that departs from Vancouver, British Columbia, and will call at Victoria, Canada; Astoria, Oregon; San Francisco; Santa Barbara; and Catalina Island, with a final stop in Los Angeles. The Pacific Coastal sailings will take place aboard the Celebrity Millennium, which has recently undergone a multi-million dollar renovation.
Highlights of the Celebrity Cruises Alaska season include a 7-night roundtrip itinerary aboard the Celebrity Eclipse, departing from Vancouver and visiting Hubbard Glacier, as well as Juneau, Ketchikan and either Sitka or Icy Strait Point. A post-sailing, land-based Cruisetour of the Canadian Rockies can be added to this itinerary.
The Celebrity Solstice will sail roundtrip from Seattle on a 7-night itinerary calling at Endicott Arm Fjord and Dawes Glacier, in addition to visiting Victoria, Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan.
While the Celebrity Millennium will embark on 7-night, open-ended itineraries between Vancouver and Seward. A multi-night Cruisetour can be added to these sailings so that travelers can explore deeper into Alaska or the Canadian Rockies.
All 2022 Celebrity Alaska Cruisetours range from 9 to 13 nights and include a visit to Denali, the highest mountain peak in North America, along with a ride on the Wilderness Express dome train. Alaska Cruisetours can be added pre- or post-sailing.
2022 Canadian Rockies Cruisetours will explore the wildlife of Banff National Park, picturesque Lake Louise, the city of Calgary and the Canadian alpine town, Jasper.
For more information on the 2022 itineraries visit celebritycruises.com/2022-2023-cruises.