Celestyal: an additional ship in its fleet

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Celestyal, the number one and award-winning choice of travelers to the Greek Islands and the Eastern Mediterranean, confirms the acquisition of a new ship. It will undergo a major renovation and technical maintenance program before entering service.

Originally built as Ryndam for the Holland America Line and more recently operated by P&O Australia, the Celestyal Journey will be able to accommodate 1,260 passengers.

“While global events over the past few years have put our growth plans on hold, the positive outlook for developments in the industry as well as the strong increase in bookings for the upcoming season offer Celestyal the opportunity to resume its process. of renewing its fleet with new ships”, declares Chris TheophilidesCEO of Celestyal.

“In addition to her expansive exterior decks, common areas, dining areas and spacious staterooms, the Celestyal Journey offers our customers a greater number of premium cabins with balconies, an accommodation category that continues to be in high demand on all our voyages. We look forward to welcoming her to the Celestyal fleet. »

About Celestyal Cruises
The company operates two ships, each intimate enough to offer its guests an authentic and highly personalized experience. The company’s philosophy is based on its unique Greek heritage which combines exceptional hospitality with true immersion in a cultural destination and offers authentic and unforgettable experiences both on board and ashore.
“Our customers tell us it’s because we offer the only true Greek cruise experience. Passionate hospitality, intricate local knowledge and the life-affirming spirit of adventure. Our awards tell a similar story, with over 60 wins in 7 years. From ‘Platinum Guest Experience’ to ‘Best Itinerary’, we are proud of them all. And we are particularly touched by our first award for “Cruise Line with the Greatest Commitment to the East Med Region”.
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