About Celestyal Cruises: Celestyal Cruises promises to show you the real “Greek Experience”. Their cruises stop at ancient cities and legendary harbors. Their themed cruise program is designed to immerse passengers in the Greek expericence including its history, traditions, local cuisine and wine, Greek music and more.
The ships of Celestyal Cruises:
- Celestyal Olympia, 1664 passengers
- Celestyal Crystal, 1200 passengers
The atmosphere and experience onboard Celestyal Cruises:
Onboard their ships you will find spas, exercise facilities, pools, shopping, organized activities, night clubs, and dining options. Day wear is casual, evening ware is country club casual, and each cruise features special evening events where themed or formal dress is suggested.
Celestyal Cruises Destinations:
Regarding children onboard Celestyal Cruises: For their own health and safety, infants under three months old are not permitted on board. If your baby is older than three months, please feel free to bring him or her along. If you require a baby cot, please advise the Customer Service Department at least one month prior to your cruise. Celestyal Cruises does not have formula on board, nor do provide a babysitting services.
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