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Taking the stress out of travelling, there’s no doubt that cruises are in fact the easiest, most inclusive and the most relaxing way to experience a holiday by far. Forget backpacking or even travelling by plane, cruises allow guests to travel to different destinations without hopping from hotel to hotel. With everything from buffets to casinos, spas, gyms, countless pools and even a go-kart track on board, setting sail on a cruise for your next trip has never been so easy.
Thanks to our insider connections, we’ve been let in on two not so little secrets of the newest cruises that you can set sail on. So pack the bags and get ready for an experience like no other!
Launching in May 2020, Celebrity Cruises will be presenting the world with Celebrity Constellation – the newest cruise ship part of Celebrity’s $500-million fleet-wide modernisation program. Occupied by 2170 guests, Constellation is over 294 metres long and elegantly includes nine eateries alongside room service, six bars and cafes, a spa, a wellness retreat and let’s not forget their onboard gym at Canyon Ranch.
Celebrity Constellation is programmed for three unique itineraries for guests to choose from including an eastern Caribbean escape where, over 10 nights, guests will travel to San Juan, Puerto Rico; Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas; and Samana, Dominican Republic; or an 11-night southern Caribbean trek from Florida to Dutch Caribbean island Curacao and finally George Town in the Cayman Islands; and finally, the awaited brand 11-night “Touch Canal” itinerary, sailing to Cozumel, Mexico; Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; the Panama Canal; Colon, Panama; Cartagena, Colombia; and George Town, Grand Cayman.
For more information visit Celebrity Cruises.
Launching its first voyage to the Caribbean in November 2019, Norwegian Cruise Line presents their newest pièce de résistance, Norwegian Encore. With five various staterooms to choose from, Norwegian Encore visitors will never be short of an option. With twelve bars and lounges, a casino, six complimentary restaurants, Starbucks, a teppanyaki restaurant, kids arenas, two aqua parks, a spa, a fitness centre, an open-air laser tag arena, a theatre hall featuring Kinky Boots the musical as well as the world’s longest go-kart track at sea which suspends thrill-seekers nearly four metres off the side of the ship, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Need we say any more?
Norwegian Encore is stretched over 335 metres long and easily boards 3998 guests. From here, guests will be able to set sail on a seven day voyage to the eastern Caribbean from Miami, Bermuda, Canada and New England. Future cruises with be docking from New York in 2020. As well as that, western Caribbean voyages will begin in December 2020 from Miami, plus an Alaskan trip in autumn 2021 from Seattle.
For more information visit Norwegian Cruise Line.
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