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Celestyal adds new Gulf cruise itinerary

Wednesday, 10 Jan, 2024 0

Celestyal is launching an all-new itinerary on Celestyal Journey to four new countries and six new ports of call in the Gulf from November 2024.

The seven-night ‘Desert Days’ Gulf cruise itinerary will set sail on November 9, from Doha and call for the first time at Bahrain, Dubai, Khasab (Oman), Sir Bani Yas Island and Abu Dhabi.

The itinerary will run through to January 18, 2025.

It will return as a permanent feature for the winter season.

Celestyal has confirmed its two-ship fleet will now operate year-round sailings.

Celestyal Journey will operate the ‘Desert Days’ itinerary with further three, four, five and seven-night options.

The 1,266-passenger Celestyal Discovery – which joins the fleet this year – will sail the ‘Three Continents’ cruise from November to March 2025.

All destinations, including the new itineraries, form part of Celestyal’s current winter savings promotion.

Prices for a seven-night ‘Three Continents’ cruise covering ports in Europe, Africa, and Asia, sailing from Athens, starting from £499pp.

A seven-night ‘Desert Days’ cruise from Doha to Bahrain, Dubai, Oman, Sir Bani Yas Island and Abu Dhabi leads in from £469pp.

Celestyal is also offering 50% off all Celestyal Plus+ Experience packages, along with reduced single supplements of 30% and low child fares.

Janet Parton, VP Business Development, UK, Europe & Australia at Celestyal, said: “We are committed to working with our UK trade partners and are thrilled to give them even more reason to promote Celestyal to their clients.” 

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