Celebrity Cruises has announced its long-anticipated return to cruising. The newly revolutionised Celebrity Millennium will homeport in the tropical paradise of St. Maarten from 5th June, offering two seven-night cruise itineraries around the Caribbean. This is a significant first step in the cruise line safely returning to service.
Celebrity Millennium will sail with comprehensive, multilayered health and safety measures developed with expert guidance from parent company Royal Caribbean Group’s Healthy Sail Panel and Global Head of Public Health and Chief Medical Officer as well as local health and government authorities. These measures will evolve in keeping with current public health standards and guests will be required to follow their own local government restrictions on international travel.
Celebrity Cruises are also working hard to come back stronger and safer than ever to the UK and Ireland. They will be sharing more details of their continued return to service over the coming weeks - so stay tuned as they announce additional plans to bring their entire fleet back to service!
Healthy at Sea
Over the last few months, Celebrity Cruises have been hard at work developing new health and safety protocols to keep their passengers Healthy at Sea. The cruise line has partnered with medical and scientific partners to assist in the development of its protocols. These measures include reduced capacities, enhanced cleaning and sanitisation and physical distancing.
Celebrity Cruises will be one of the first to offer fully vaccinated sailings, where both guests and crew ages 18 and over will be vaccinated against COVID-19. Celebrity is also working alongside local health authorities in their homeport countries to ensure guests meet current inbound travel requirements.