Celestyal Cruises is canceling some of its December sailings to Israel due to feedback from guests and partners.
Throughout 2023, all Celestyal departures will be affected by the decision, according to a company statement.
Guests were also assured that all impacted travelers and travel agent partners would be contacted for confirmations.
As part of the refund, guests who booked the cancelled itinerary will get a 25 percent discount on any future sailing booked before December 31, 2024.
Calls to Ashdod had previously been suspended until the end of November by Celestyal, but now they call Heraklion in Crete instead.
The Celestyal Journey and Celestyal Olympia are two of Celestyal Cruises’ two ships operating in the Mediterranean and Greece for a variety of lengths of stay ranging from three to 14 nights.
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