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- Accommodation: Cruise liner
- Board basis: Full board
- Holiday type: Spa Holidays
Facilities available for hire
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Sail to a paradise of crystal clear waters, world-class snorkelling and the timeless beauty of centuries-old Mayan ruins. Whether you choose to fill your days with the relaxed and leisurely, or the outright exhilarating, Celebrity brings you the best of the Caribbean. From soaring through the skies parasailing, to relaxing on a catamaran cruise. Or from velvety sand beaches to exciting shipwreck dives. The tropical delights of places like San Juan and Aruba, St. Maarten, Roatán, St. Thomas, St. Kitts, Antigua, St. Lucia and Barbados await you.
Imagine swimming with dolphins, trying your hand at deep sea fishing, getting a bird’s eye view of paradise from a rainforest aerial tram, discovering the flavours of the islands at a rum tasting, or savouring new and exotic cuisine at almost every stop. It’s all just a step away when you choose to get to know the Caribbean with Celebrity. And whatever you desire, our expert guides are always ready to lend a hand with their insights on the local language, culture and history. Uniquely different, these friendly islands are just waiting to be discovered anew.
Caribbean ports of call include:
Basseterre, St. Kitts
With a town square fashioned after London’s Piccadilly Circus, St. Kitts blends the gentrified feel of a European capital with island ease. Forcenturies, the island was well known as one of the region’s largest producers of sugarcane.
While the surroundings are unmistakably Caribbean, the ambiance is decidedly British. High tea is still served nearly everywhere, examples of Victorian architecture can be found throughout the city, and drivers observe the traditional left-side-of -the-road traffic rules.
Castries, St. Lucia
St. Lucia’s famous twin peaks are among the most startling geological formations in the world, rising above this beautiful island. Its easily accessible and expansive coral reefs make St. Lucia a preferred destination for snorkellers the world over.
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
This capital port is on the coast of a mountainous tropical paradise. Catch a great view of the Caribbean Sea from Drake’s Seat, or find your way to Paradise Point overlooking the harbour.
Located 12 miles east of the Yucatán Peninsula, Cozumel’s coral reefs make it an underwater sanctuary for hundreds of exotic fish species, while the lush vegetation inland makes it a haven for a range of tropical bird species.
George Town, Grand Cayman Once a hideout for some of the most notorious pirates in history, Grand Cayman, the largest of the three Cayman Islands, is now host to visitors eager to experience snorkelling among the rays and sea turtles.
A chic blend of Dutch and Caribbean influences pervades everything from the cuisine to the architecture in Aruba’s vibrant and colourful capital. Don’t miss the charming boutiques of Renaissance Marketplace, but take time to explore the island with its unique indigenous flora and rock formations.
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
St. Maarten has two sides — a French and a Dutch. You can stroll along the magnificent beaches for hours, browse the endless French boutiques and duty-free shops, or visit sights like the cliffs and caves of Cupecoy Beach.
Access the largely untouched interior of Dominica via an extensive network of nature and hiking trails that take you on an odyssey through the lush landscape past waterfalls, clear-running streams, and bubbling hot springs. If you’d prefer swimming to hiking, try the world-class scuba diving.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
While San Juan is a vibrant, modern port city, it also has one foot anchored proudly in the past. Many of the old structures, including forts and cathedrals, date back to the early 16th century conquest by Juan Ponce de León in 1508 and its time as a Spanish colonial outpost.
St. George’s, Grenada
The seductive breezes that gently caress this island do more than cool down Grenada’s sultry nights. They carry a bouquet of fragrances — from the island’s many spice plantations, its sugarcane fields, and its rum distilleries — enveloping the landscape in a distinctive perfume.
St. Johns, Antigua
The same things that once attracted famed British seafarer Lord Horatio Nelson and the Royal Navy to these tranquil shores draws today’s visitors. Explore its extensive bird sanctuaries, snorkel amongst the coral reefs, and leave footprints on white sand beaches where pirates once trod.
A drive over the fabled Queen Juliana Bridge, 185 feet above the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, presents one of the most breathtaking views of this former Dutch colony. The island’s abundance of forts belies its warm, welcoming nature, which you’ll discover on a trip to the Old Market. There, you can mingle with the local shoppers and fishmongers, and even enjoy some fresh grilled grouper or snapper.
We are pleased to offer Celebrity disabled Cruises for passengers with limited mobility and visual impairments, offering exceptional service on luxury cruise ships that will take you to places you have only dreamt of. Celebrity cruises make cruising for the visually impaired and passengers with limited mobility possible, enabling you to explore worldwide destinations whilst you experience stunning interior spaces, enjoy the award winning cuisine and indulge in luxury spa treatments on board your chosen cruise.
Disabled adapted cabins, accessible restaurants, show lounges and theatre’s, accessible sun decks, lifts throughout the ship, along with activities and shore excursions available to people varying levels of mobility all serve to make celebrity cruises suitable for disabled passengers.
To discuss you’re Celebrity Cruise Holiday and tell us about your medical condition or disability and the adaptations and assistance that you need call 0161 804 9898 now
All images may not be of exact cruise but they are from the cruise line. The images give just an example.
Accessible staterooms are held for people with disabilities until all other non-accessible staterooms in that category are reserved. Upon reserving an accessible stateroom, we require our guests acknowledge the need for the accessible stateroom by completing a Guest Special Needs Form..
Accessible Stateroom Features:
• Wider doors with automatic doors on ships
• No doorsill to get into stateroom
• Ramped bathroom thresholds
• Bathroom grab bars
• Lowered sink and stateroom vanity
• Roll-in showers with fold-down shower bench and hand-held showerheads
• Lowered closet rods
• Accessible balconies (selected staterooms)
* Five-foot turning radius available in accessible staterooms in most configurations. Exception: Inside accessible stateroom on ships in split bed configuration where a turning space (T-turn) is available. Automatic stateroom doors (available on Solstice-class ships only).
Visually Impaired and Hard of Hearing DisabilitiesShips have been designed to incorporate Braille in public areas and elevators. Crew and staff are on hand to assist in every way they can.
Visually impaired facilities
- Large print menus
- Service animals welcomed onboard: a 4 feet by 4 feet relief area with cypress mulch is provided.
- Braille/tactile signage.
- Braille elevator buttons/audio call signals.
- Orientation tours.
Deaf & Hard of hearing facilities
- A portable room kit in your stateroom is available upon request. It includes a visual-tactile alert system that provides alerts for door knocking, telephone ringing, alarm clock and smoke detector.
- A TTY (teletypewriter) in your stateroom is available upon request. The TTY in your stateroom interfaces with the TTY at the Guest Relations Desk to meet all your in-stateroom needs.
- Amplified telephones are available in the staterooms and public areas.
- Closed-captioned televisions are available in all staterooms across the fleet. Please note that only select programs are captioned. All safety videos are captioned.
- Sign language interpreting services on selected voyages
While a Celebrity ship is a destination in itself, a big part of a cruise holiday is the opportunity to explore many ports of call with one of the many shore excursions on offer. While not every port of call may be conducive to wheelchair transportation, Celebrity will make every effort to accommodate guests wherever and whenever possible. The experienced staff can help you choose tours that are best suited to your particular needs.
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