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Celebrity Cruises bases six ships in Europe for summer 2013

16 March 2012

From the spring of next year, Celebrity Cruises will offer its biggest ever choice of great cruises on six of the most modern cruise liners in Europe, including the latest introduction to its fleet, Celebrity Reflection.

These six ships will visit no less than 88 European destinations in 25 countries. There will be seven regional departure ports.

The following new destinations have been added to the line-up for next year:

- Kristiansand in Norway, known for organising major international events such as the Quart Festival and the Bragdoya Blues Festival.
- Sevastopol, the second biggest city in Ukraine.
- Varna in Bulgaria, the biggest seaside resort city on the famous Black Sea coast.
- Torshavn, the biggest city and also the capital of the Faroe Islands.
- Waterford in Ireland, renowned for the fine crystal carrying that name.
- Liverpool in England, which bases its fame on the fact that it is the home of the Beatles.

The General Manager for Ireland and the UK for the cruise line, Jo Rzymowska, said: “2013 is a great milestone in the history of Celebrity Cruises with two ships dedicated to the UK market during the summer, and plenty more throughout Europe.”

Rzmywska added that Celebrity has listened to what cruise agents were requesting and added some great new destinations to the itineraries for the two cruise liners that will sail from the UK – for example Iceland. UK passengers now have a wider range of cruises than ever to choose from.

Author – David Richards