“We’ve placed our incredible ships in every corner of the world for guests to experience iconic places, take a short break to rejuvenate, or explore stunning cultural and historic landmarks. Our 2025-26 season is filled with opportunities to experience multiple countries through our Caribbean and European programs, visit bucket list destinations with sailings like our immersive Japan program and more. Celebrity’s future vacation options are endless.” – Laura Hodges Bethge, president of Celebrity Cruises.
Celebrity Cruises has unveiled its extensive 2025-26 season with more than 800 sailings across 72 countries and seven continents, covering over 290 destinations.
The upcoming season offers fresh experiences, featuring new ports in Europe and the much-anticipated Caribbean debut of the Celebrity Xcel, the fifth ship in the Edge Series.
The European offerings comprise six ships visiting nearly 100 destinations, with the Celebrity Apex returning to Southampton for its second season, exploring the Arctic Circle and Norwegian Fjords.
The Mediterranean welcomes the Celebrity Ascent with itineraries spanning from 7 to 11 nights to Bar, Montenegro, while the Celebrity Equinox joins in with 9 and 10-night cruises.
An exciting addition is Celebrity’s inaugural four seven-night Iceland itineraries aboard the Celebrity Silhouette in July and August 2025.
Caribbean exploration in 2025 includes Antigua, the Bahamas, and the ABC islands. Nine ships will grace the region during the winter season, departing from four Florida ports. Notably, the Celebrity Reflection offers short 3 or 4-night cruises including visits to Perfect Day at CocoCay, departing from Port Canaveral.
Alaska will witness three ships—Celebrity Edge, Celebrity Solstice, and Celebrity Summit—sailing for the 2025 season, departing from Seattle, Vancouver, or Seward.
Key highlights of the upcoming season include the debut of Celebrity Xcel in the Caribbean, year-round Caribbean sailings from Miami aboard the Celebrity Beyond, and the addition of three new European ports—Bar, Montenegro; Trondheim, Norway; and Djupivogur, Iceland.
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