Celestyal launches Gulf Grand Prix sailings


Celestyal launches Gulf Grand Prix sailings

Friday, 15 Mar, 2024 0

Celestyal has launched three new Arabian Gulf cruises to coincide with the Qatar and Abu Dhabi Grand Prix races in 2024. 

The new departures, now available to book, have been tailored specifically to the Formula 1 schedule and will be aboard the 1,260-guest Celestyal Journey.

A three-day grandstand race ticket, which includes complimentary transfers to and from the ship, will be available to purchase for every guest booking.

The new sailings comprise:

A seven-night ‘Desert Days & Qatar Grand Prix’ Arabian Gulf cruise, overnighting and sailing round trip from Dubai calling at Khasab (Oman), Abu Dhabi including three days accommodation onboard in Doha coinciding with the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Departing November 25, 2024.

A seven-night ‘Desert Days & Abu Dhabi Grand Prix’ cruise overnighting and sailing round trip from Dubai calling at Khasab (Oman), Sir Bani Yas Island (UAE), including three days accommodation onboard in Abu Dhabi coinciding with the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Departing December 2, 2024.

A 14-night ‘Desert Days & Double Grand Prix’ cruise overnighting and sailing round trip from Dubai calling at Khasab (Oman), Abu Dhabi (UAE), including three days accommodation onboard in Doha coinciding with the Formula 1 Grand Prix, Dubai, Khasab (Oman), Sir Bani Yas Island (UAE), and three days accommodation onboard in Abu Dhabi coinciding with the Formula 1 Grand Prix. Departing November 25, 2024.

These special Arabian Gulf cruises also form part of Celestyal’s new spring campaign, offering competitive lead pricing and 50% off deposits until April 30, 2024.

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Learn more about :   Celestyal Cruises ( N. America )     Celestyal Cruises ( Asia Pecific )     Celestyal Cruises ( United Kingdom )  



 

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