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2012 / 2013 Worldwide Cruises

INCLUDING SAILINGS FROM AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND AND ASIA.

ALASKA ASIA AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND HAWAII & FRENCH POLYNESIA CARIBBEAN MEDITERRANEAN & NORTHERN EUROPE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS CANADA, NEW ENGLAND & CALIFORNIA PANAMA CANAL & SOUTH AMERICA TRANSATLANTIC

1) Blu Speciality Restaurant 2) Caf al Bacio 3) Persian Garden

Celebrity Silhouette
LAUNCHED IN JULY 2011.
Sky Observation Lounge

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Oceanview Caf &Bar


International avours are served buffet-style.

The Lawn Club

Lawn Club Grill NEW


Meet our newest speciality restaurant. The rst interactive grilling restaurant aoat, where our chefs share their barbecuing secrets.

Pool Bar
Sit by the pool while enjoying burgers or other favourites, hot off the grill.

Solarium

Celebrity iLounge

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The Porch NEW Sunset Bar


The perfect spot for quick, simple, casual and complimentary breakfasts and lunches, all enhanced by views of the lawn and sea.

A fresh twist to our online caf, set in a modern lounge environment where Apple Certied Staff introduce you to the latest in Apple products.

AquaClass
Balcony Stateroom

Designed for those who cherish the delights of the spa life.

The Alcoves NEW


Relax in one of the private cabana-style retreats overlooking the pool and passing oceans.

AquaSpa Caf
Grab a healthy snack or just enjoy our spa cuisine.

Fitness Centre AquaSpa by Elemis


Choose from a wealth of revitalising treatments for the face and body, or enjoy our full-service salon.

Silhouette Theatre

Qsine Speciality Restaurant


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A restaurant experience that awakens your palate through a modern and playful approach to memorable dishes from around the world - a culinary journey that turns the ordinary into the Uniquely Unordinary .
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Michaels Club
Share cognac in the warm ambience of this club, accompanied by the sophisticated sounds of a grand piano.

Tuscan Grille Speciality Restaurant

Murano Speciality Restaurant


This inviting venue serves classic and modern interpretations of Europes nest cuisine.

Passport Bar
Inspired by the worlds most luxurious sailing yachts, a place to relax with friends.

Fortunes Casino
Sixteen tables, plus 200 of the top gaming machines.

Caf al Bacio &Gelateria


Enjoy speciality coffees, or treat yourself to a avourful gelato.

Bistro on Five
Offering sandwiches, salads and crpes.

Celebrity Central Entertainment Venue


Enjoy live music, movies, late-night comedy, and Celebritys Enrichment Series presentations.

Quasar Nightclub

Blu* Speciality Restaurant


Designed for AquaClass guests and featuring a refreshingly indulgent menu with healthier entres.

Moonlight Sonata Dining Room


An exquisitely designed restaurant where Chef Jacques Van Staden artfully pairs his globally inuenced blend of classic and contemporary menu offerings with Celebritys exceptional service.

Cellar Masters
Expand your knowledge of ne wines, served by the glass.

Martini Bar &Crush Galleria Tastings, Boulevard &Galleria Boutiques/Art Gallery


Enjoy a sophisticated, trend-setting shopping experience.
The above illustration is an artists rendering of a Solstice Class ship, actual ship features, layout and decor may differ. Please refer to www.celebritycruises.com/ships for specic ship features and further information.

Additional charges apply. * Blu is only available for AquaClass guests. Suite guests (including children 12 years and over also booked in suites) can make reservations in Blu, subject to availability. A $5 cover charge per suite guest applies.

CELEBRITY CRUISES

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Yes, the world does revolve around you.

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How much pampering does the perfect escape include? Celebrity have elevated the fine art of spoiling you to offer an exhilarating holiday experience unlike anything else. In fact, were constantly ranked one of the best mega-ship cruise lines, thanks to our award-winning dining, stunning ships, contemporary onboard entertainment, unparalleled service, and accommodation that makes you feel like youre the centre of the universe. Which is precisely as it should be.
1) Vegetables du Jatour 2) Blu 3) Pool in the adults-only Solarium 4) Martini Bar & Crush 5) Celebrity Equinox 6) Time spent relaxing 7) Spectacular main outdoor pool 8) Your stateroom attendant 9) Picnic at The Lawn Club
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The Celebrity difference


Stunning spaces The worlds foremost architects and designers have elevated style to high design. Award-winning cuisine The renowned master chef, Jacques Van Staden, ensures every meal exceeds your expectations. Personal service Meticulous attention to detail and intuitive, yet respectful service. Unparalleled accommodation Rooms that are an oasis of forward-thinking design, with sweeping balcony views. Entertaining onboard programmes Full-scale production shows in a state-of-theart theatre and live music in contemporary venues. Add Celebrity Life, our extensive variety of palate-pleasing, fun-lled and liferenewing activities, games, and music.
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STUNNING SPACES

Holidays are not a time for compromise.


Holidays are a time to be surrounded by the spectacular. So our ships transcend land-based hotels with stunning spaces created by leading architects, renowned interior designers, and landscape artists with an eye for the unexpected. From the remarkable 2-storey Tihany wine tower to our astonishing new AquaClass suites, youll be surrounded by style and luxury.

Innovation, Celebrity style


One of a kind Celebrity iLounge Try out the latest Macbooks and iPads, or master iPhoto, iVideo and iTunes in the rst Authorised Apple Reseller at sea.
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Chic Cellar Masters wine bar Savour your choice of ne vintages by the glass with cruisings rst self-serve Enomatic Wine System. Its been such a favourite on Solstice Class that were adding it to all the Millennium Class ships too. NEW AquaClass suites Unique to Celebrity Reection and located near the AquaSpa Relaxation Room, these exquisite new balcony suites offer you all the spa-themed extras associated with AquaClass, including exclusive dining in the speciality restaurant, Blu. But the suites come with even more space, plus a pampering 24/7 butler service.
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Original works of art Immerse yourself in one of the worlds largest permanent contemporary art collections, complete with your own self-guided iPad art tour. Featured artists include the likes of Picasso, Warhol, Botero, Jeff Koons and other up-and-coming names. A fleet that just gets better The same forward-thinking design thats captivated our most important critics (our guests) is sweeping over the Millennium Class. Celebrity Constellation and Celebrity Innity were rst to be Solsticized to incorporate hallmark Solstice Class features. Celebrity Millennium and Celebrity Summit will follow suit in 2012.
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Innovative NEW ships


Celebrity Silhouette joined the eet in July 2011, packed with all the Solstice Class amenities that won the hearts of guests and critics. But then we added even more.Theres the Lawn Club Grill, the rst interactive grilling restaurant aoat, where our chefs share their barbecuing secrets. Or The Alcoves, where private cabanastyle retreats overlook the lawns and passing oceans. Michaels Club now also showcases over 50 international beers, while Hamptonsstyled The Porch is just the place for a casual breakfast or lunch.
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Celebrity Reflection completes our Solstice Class in 2012 and includes the same exciting innovations. But again, weve taken it a step further with the addition of yet another deck. This allowed us to add a new category to our spa-inspired AquaClass 34 luxurious suites, each boasting 23.5 sq. m. of internal space and stunning 5.3 sq. m. balconies. Moving on, theres more seating in the dining rooms, more sun loungers on deck, and more theatre seats. After all, you dont break away from the status quo by following the pack.
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1) The Alcoves, Celebrity Reection 2) Martini Bar &Crush 3) 2-storey Tihany wine tower in the main dining room 4) Enjoying a private balcony 5) The adults-only Solarium

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AWARD-WINNING CUISINE

World-class cuisine with high-tech sizzle.


Only on a Celebrity Cruise will you find awardwinning cuisine paired with the extravagant fun of ordering your entire meal on an iPad * . Jacques Van Staden, our acclaimed master chef, constantly cooks up an artfully presented blend of globally inspired contemporary and classic delicacies. Whats on Celebritys menu isnt the standard fare, and neither is the time or place you choose to eat.

NEW, delicious, and like nothing else at sea.


Ten Speciality Restaurants Rivalling the best land-based eateries, distinctive and inspiring venues like Blu, Murano, Bistro on Five, Tuscan Grille and Silk Harvest. Then theres our latest creation, Qsine Uniquely Unordinary, where dining is elevated to a performance art, and you order your meal or mix a cocktail using an iPad. Breathtaking main dining room Experience cuisine taken to new heights, in a venue to match. The menu offers you an amazing choice of 29 delectable selections. Almost half of these change nightly, so you can try something different each day youre with us. Celebrity Select Dining Eat precisely when you want in the main dining room with the cruise industrys rst in-advance reservation system. Whether its a romantic table for two, or a table lled with family and friends. Whats more, you can make online reservations for every night of your cruise up to 4 days before you sail.
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Celebrity Vineyards A global vision of cuisine needs a wide selection of wines to match. Enter one of the largest wine collections at sea, combined with certied sommeliers that take pride in recommending the perfect pairing. We also carry more than 500 varieties of spirits, including rare cognacs and scotches.

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Venues vary by ship.

*Available in Qsine Speciality Restaurant only.

1) Alfresco breakfast on deck 2) Murano cuisine 3) Certied sommelier 4) Tuscan Grille 5) Qsine Uniquely Unordinary 6) Interactive iPad menu, Qsine
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PERSONAL SERVICE

Even the pool comes with a butler.


Making you feel special is serious business. So aboard Celebrity, a pool butler stands by to escort you to your favourite deckchair, while our suite guests also receive complimentary European-style butler service. We believe loyalty should be rewarded, and after your first sailing youll qualify for Captains Club. Its free to join, and the more tier-credits you accumulate, the greater the perks*.

Service. Defined.
A near 2:1 guest to staff ratio One member of staff (on average) for every two guests each attuned to your every need. Youll nd our onboard family goes the extra mile to ensure every aspect of your holiday is perfect theyll soon remember you by name. European-style butler service Available to suite guests, this pampering service includes daily news delivery, arranging your restaurant seating preferences, serving your meals in-suite, plus complimentary hors doeuvres, cappuccino or espresso. Pool butler service Feel like royalty as Celebritys attentive pool butlers nd you the perfect deckchair. Discreet, yet always on hand, theyre there just when you need that cool towel, or ice-cold beverage.

For a full list of benefits by tier:

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com/captainsclub *Benets vary by tier and are subject to change.

Classic Membership after your first sailing New members qualify for exciting benets like the Captains Club Celebration, special onboard offers and discounts.

Select Membership 5-9 tier credits The more you cruise with us, the more the rewards. For example, youll receive higher discounts on Internet access, upgraded onboard laundry services, and more.

Elite Membership 10+ tier credits Elite members qualify for our most sought after benets including complimentary laundry and Internet, access to the Captains Club Lounge at Michaels Club, and complimentary access to the Persian Garden.

1) Pool butler 2) Blu speciality dining 3) Sky Observation Lounge 4) Welcome onboard drinks 5) Suite butler

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CELEBRITY LIFE

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24 hours in a day, and not a dull moment to any of them.

For more information about the exciting variety of programmes available:

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We think every hour of your holiday should be lived to the fullest. So meet Celebrity Life our unique selection of palate-pleasing, fun-filled and life-renewing activities, games and music. Every day can be a different experience as you try out the countless culinary, enrichment and wellness programmes. From learning Pilates, to discovering the latest high tech gadgets in our Celebrity iLounge , or learning how the right glass enhances your favourite Merlot at the Riedel Comparative Wine Crystal Workshop.
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Celebrity iLounge Offering innovative and fun classes designed to help you master the latest audio and video skills using iPods, MacBook Pros, and iLife applications like iPhoto and iMovie. All in a trendy lounge setting.
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Beyond the Podium Speaker Series Featuring Smithsonian Journeys. Expand your horizons with exciting presentations from expert speakers. Available on every 2012 Mediterranean, Holy Land, Transatlantic, Antarctic, Bermuda and Panama Canal sailing.

Wine appreciation Discover the difference that the shape of a Riedel glass makes to the enjoyment of ne wine. Then, learn the answers to food and wine pairing in an educational workshop hosted by our Cellar Master.

1) The Hot Glass Show 2) Celebrity iLounge 3) Art exhibition 4) Restoring facial 5) State-of-the-art Fitness Centre 6) Star Chefs Cooking Competition 7) Croquet, Lawn Club. Celebrity Solstice 8) Yoga class 9) Riedel Comparative Wine Crystal Workshop
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ONBOARD ENTERTAINMENT

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Standard entertainment is never our standard.


With entertainment and amenities you didnt even know you could experience (ashore or afloat), youll be talking about your trip long after youre home. Well amaze you with jaw-dropping spectaculars, and even put on a skys-the-limit aerial fantasia show*. Theres a wide range of stylish clubs, lounges, bars and a casino to enjoy. And best of all, when youre ready to turn in for the night (or morning) youre just steps from the comfort of your room. So why be content with what youve seen before?

A world of night-time delights.


4 Vibrant venues Our bars, lounges and clubs feature live music and are unique destinations unto themselves. Fortunes Casino has the latest gaming tables and high-energy slots for 24/7 excitement. The Martini Bar & Crush serves over 100 varieties vodka, while Michaels Club specialises in contemporary music, malt whiskies, cognacs and over 50 international beers. Interactive productions This is entertainment you wont nd on any other cruise line. We thrill guests with full-scale musicals and exclusively produced shows like Groove, Flava and Live@Sky*. Add to this movies, karaoke, comedy shows, theme nights and more. Champagne High Tea** A classic experience featuring live string music, white glove service, loose teas from Tea Forte, custom-made Wedgwood Bone China, and elegant selections of savouries, pastries, cakes and scones. Fun for everyone Poolside DJ, games and events. Art programmes, ship tours, scavenger hunts and trivia. XBox Kinect multi-generational gaming, and much more besides. Shopping Trendy boutiques selling brand-name watches, ne jewellery, leading beauty and fragrance products, and our exclusive Blue Collection. 3 5

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com *Available on Celebrity Solstice Class only. **Additional charges apply.

For more information about onboard entertainment:

1) Fortunes Casino 2) Duty-free shopping 3) Dancing to live music, Grand Foyer 4) Aerial fantasia show 5) Martini Bar

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SPA & FITNESS

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The longitude and latitude of bliss.


Theres nothing we like more than pampering you. So our exclusive and supremely tranquil AquaSpa by Elemis offers you all the amenities of a worldclass health resort, but at sea. Relax in the eucalyptus infused steam of the Persian Garden*, check out the state-of-art fitness facilities, or rejuvenate your body and soul from our vast assortment of treatments. Theres even a new class of stateroom created for spa-lovers, right next door to the AquaSpa.

Spa & fitness highlights


AquaSpa treatments** Indulge in a vast assortment of treatments in our beautifully appointed spa. Why not try one of our signature treatments, like a Thai herbal poultice massage, or a La Thrapie HydraLift Facial? Additional choices include acupuncture, plus medi-spa treatments including BOTOX Cosmetic all intended to help you maintain a youthful appearance. Rejuvenating amenities The adults-only Thalassotherapy Pool offers a tranquil seawater environment, complimented by the Persian Garden*with its eucalyptus-scented steam. Premier fitness programmes Choose from our wide selection of tness classes* including Body Sculpt Boot Camp, Yoga, Tour de Cycle, Pilates and aerobics. Exceptionally equipped facilities Stay healthy and in shape using our state-of-the-art LifeFitness treadmills, stair climbers, rowing ergometers, recumbent bikes, ellipticals, cross trainers, and weighttraining equipment. Salon treatments** The full-service, incredibly luxurious salon offers Fire and Ice manicures, pedicures, hairstyling, grooming and colouring, for both men and women. 4 5

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For more information and a full list of available treatments:

*Additional charges apply. **Available on select ships for an additional charge.

1) Thai herbal poultice massage 2) Working with a personal trainer 3) Fitness Centre 4) Persian Garden retreat 5) Thalassotherapy Pool

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CELEBRITY CRUISETOURS & SHORE EXCURSIONS

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For more information, or to book shore and land excursions online up to 4 days prior to sailing:

Well make the world your oyster.

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com/excursions

Let the infinite possibilities begin. Whatever your interests, Celebritys escorted shore excursions take you deeper into amazing locations while capturing their culture, flavours and hidden treasures. See the natural wonders of the world, whether its from the heights of a zip line or the foot of a thundering waterfall and everything in between. And if you want more time to absorb the local culture, our accompanied multi-night pre- or post-cruise land tours combined with a cruise are made to measure.
1) Zodiac inatable, Galapagos Islands 2) Colosseum, Rome, Italy 3) Llama, Machu Picchu 4) Flight-seeing, Alaska 5) Wilderness Express, Alaska 6) Inca ruins, MachuPicchu, Peru 7) Shopping, Amsterdam 8) Venice, Italy 9) Caribbean

Destination highlights
Smithsonian Journeys Speakers Series We bring renowned experts right on board to offer fascinating talks on the nuances and history of the places youll visit*. Well also showcase local foods and delicacies with themed dining*.

Shore excursions
An exceptional variety of excursions Led by our knowledgeable guides, youll go beyond being just a tourist. Celebrity only use reputable, insured tour operators for your peace of mind.

Celebrity Cruisetours
Available in Alaska, Canadian Rockies & Whistler, Australia & New Zealand, Asia, Europe and South America. For more information, or to book online visit: www.celebritycruises.com/tours

*Available on select sailings. www.celebritycruises.com

When youre on holiday, you should be contemplating what to order off of our incredible menu, or choosing which exhilarating shore excursion to sign up for. You shouldnt be wasting a precious minute fretting over other kinds of details. So weve simplified everything like making sure the price you pay includes all the premium amenities and accommodation we could pack into a luxury cruise: dining, entertainment and onboard activities. Well make sure everythings perfect, while you concentrate on having the time of your life.

WHATS INCLUDED / HELPFUL HINTS

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Worries and holidays are not compatible.


Whats included
World-class dining* Enjoy award-winning cuisine in our unique restaurants and venues. There are choices to suit every mood and appetite. Captivating entertainment* West-End style shows, stylish bars and cafs, comedians, classical and contemporary musicians, dancing, nightclubs, lms, and access to the casino. Extraordinary onboard activities* Join us for Celebrity Life including cooking demonstrations, wine and spirit tastings, wellness programmes, and much more.
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Helpful hints
Pre-purchase shore excursions, speciality dining, spa treatments, and beverage packages online to avoid queuing, or worrying about availability. Cruise planner To see all the destinations and the calendar times of sailings, refer to the planner on pages 80-81. Many of our guests request to combine two itineraries for an even more amazing holiday. If this is you, please contact your travel agent or call us on 1800 754 500. Online check-in Minimise the time you spend at the pier boarding by using our simple online check-in facility at www.celebritycruises. com/checkin to complete your immigration documents and embarkation form prior to your cruise. At the same time you can also design a cruise catering to your specic desires. Review and book available shore excursions, reserve a table in a speciality restaurant or a treatment in the AquaSpa. Or why not spend two or three nights ashore, exploring your departure or arrival port at leisure with one of our associated hotels. Shore excursions Weve done all the work in planning your time in port just choose which adventures to embark on. We advise you pre-purchase your excursions online (up to four days prior to your sail date), to ensure you get your rst choice. Beverage packages Select and reserve the package of your choice online up to four days prior to your sail date, or purchase one at any bar on the ship. There are nearly a dozen options, covering wine and spirits, speciality coffees, fruit juices and soft drinks. For more information, visit www.celebritycruises.com/beverage Staying in touch Onboard Internet Most Celebrity ships are equipped with wireless Internet-use* areas that allow you to stay connected using your own computer. For packages and pricing, visit www.celebritycruises.com/intouch Cellular at Sea* You can make calls with your own phone from anywhere we sail, and use services like email, web surng and text messaging if your home carrier supports them. Contact your provider prior to sailing to enable international roaming and to check rates. Friends and family can reach you 24 hours a day via Celebritys Satellite Service using the number 0011 (AUS)/00 (NZ) +1 732 335 3296. What to pack You may be going from dining to the dance oor, to exploring ancient ruins in a short 24 hours. So we suggest packing three types of clothing: casual for day, comfortable for sightseeing, and your favourite evening wear. Be sure to bring along clothing that can be easily layered. Remember to pack any prescription medications or other personal care items youll need. For more information on what to pack, visit www.celebritycruises.com/packing

Charges may apply for some entertainment and * on board activities, and speciality dining.

Whats Not Included


While onboard you can pay for those special treats with your SeaPass cashless card, issued to every guest. Your alcoholic or premium soft drinks, spa or acupuncture treatments, speciality restaurant bookings, shore excursions and shopping aboard will be charged to your SeaPass account, to be settled at the end of the cruise. Its easy to keep track of what youve spent using the multifunction interactive TV in your stateroom.

Superlative Service
At Celebrity we pride ourselves on delivering exceptional service during your cruise holiday. From the welcome champagne on arrival to your dedicated stateroom attendant, or the bartender who soon knows your favourite drink. Intuitive personal service is signature to Celebrity Cruises. This is provided by many different members of the ships personnel, both directly and indirectly, who strive to ensure you enjoy your cruise to the fullest. Your cruise fare includes all fees and taxes as well as gratuities, so you can relax knowing everything is taken care of. Youll nd it provides a simple way to thank those people whove made your stay special and answers any concerns of whom to tip and when. It also ensures you are qualied for our new Celebrity Select Dining , allowing you to eat whenever the main restaurant is open or make reservations for a different time each night before your sail the ultimate in dining exibility.
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Essential Travel Documentation


Passport A valid passport is required for travel in nearly all circumstances, and Celebrity Cruises recommends that you always travel with one in order to make sure your holiday experience is as smooth and as enjoyable as possible. If you are travelling on Xpedition, Ecuadorian law requires that your passport be valid for at least six months. Also, please be sure to check the visa requirements for each country on your itinerary. Cruise and Cruisetour Documents Remember, youll need these to board your ship or begin your Cruisetour.

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1) West-End style shows 2) Ocean Liners Restaurant 3) Poolside in the adults-only Solarium 4) Ocean View Caf

Welcome to Celebritys Europe. Our cruises and Cruisetours through Europe and the Mediterranean have been designed to bring you the best of both land and sea. We offer a wide choice of in-depth, multi-night escorted Cruisetours a land-based tour, pre-cruise, led by exceptional Tour Directors. And at every port we call at on your cruise, theres a huge variety of shore excursions to choose from to ensure you get the most out of your time ashore. You could discover the mystery of Stonehenge, or experience rst-hand the views from Vesuvius. Or marvel at Athens Acropolis, the fabulous Blue Mosque of Istanbul, or the ancient Vatican City. Theres simply no more civilised way to capture the rich essence of this continent than with Celebrity.
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EUROPE

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For more information, or to book shore excursions online up to 4 days prior to sailing:

Celebritys Europe.
Europe ports of call include:
Athens (Piraeus), Greece Athens brought the world drama, history, poetry, and philosophy. Once home to the worlds most powerful and civilised empires, Athens is now the worlds foremost archeological playground. The towering columns of the Parthenon still stand in homage to the virgin goddess Athena. Barcelona, Spain Formerly a sleepy Spanish city, Barcelona has recently been reborn as an eclectic fusion of the modern and medieval. Seek inspiration from the creations of its modernist architect, Antonio Gaud, or in the Picasso Museum. Then take in the magnicent cathedrals of the Gothic Quarter. 1 2 Dubrovnik, Croatia Established 1,300 years ago on the southern tip of the Dalmatian Coast, this city once rivalled Venice in terms of its importance. Take a walking tour to the Dominican Monastery and marvel at the ne collection of Renaissance paintings, including a painting by Titian. Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey Once the capital of the Roman province of Asia Minor, this coastal town is an archeologists dream. The former Greek banking and trading centre is rich with historic sites, including the Great Theatre, the Temple of Hadrian, and the Temple of Artemis one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Jerusalem (Ashdod), Israel Sacred to three of the worlds major religions, Jerusalem is one of the regions oldest cities, with a history dating back to 4000 BC. Gaze at the Western Wall, all thats left of the fabled Second Temple, or watch the sunlight bounce off the golden-roofed Dome of the Rock and the shimmering silver al-Aqsa Mosque. Capri (Naples), Italy Located on the southern coast of Italy, Naples has spectacular scenery that attracts artists from around the world. One of its greatest contributions to western civilization pizza was invented in 1889 to honour the Queen of Italy. Rhodes, Greece The friendliest city in the Mediterranean is situated at the islands northernmost point. A sunny retreat, its also home to many historic sites, such as the ruins of the Temple of Venus, and the medieval Street of Knights. Stockholm, Sweden No fewer than 50 bridges connect the Swedish capitals 14 islands to the mainland. Visit its many parks, museums, and palaces, or make your way through Gamla Stan, or Old Town packed with historic buildings, shops, and cafs. St. Petersburg, Russia Although reportedly built to resemble such Western cities as London, Paris, and Vienna, one look at St. Petersburgs regal palaces and vast public squares is enough to tell you that its truly in a class of its own. If youre fortunate enough to be there in June, revel in the famous white nights, when the boundless night sky is never completely dark. Venice, Italy One of the worlds most beautiful cities also happens to be one of its most unusual, spread over 120 islands in the Adriatic Sea. Because the city is connected by canals instead of streets, a good way to see Venice is on a romantic gondola ride. Its epicentre is St. Marks Square, where youll nd the famous 900-year-old basilica.

Europe shore excursions highlights:


Private Headsets Hear the guides commentary while exploring on your own, away from the group (up to 275 metres). Accessible Tour Programmes For guests with mobility challenges, we have one of the most developed accessible tour programmes in the industry. Amazing Variety From amazing museums, fascinating ruins and monuments, to local cuisine and wine, or to hiking and biking. Whatever your fancy, check out the wide variety of shore excursions available online and prepurchase your tours up to 4 days prior to your sail date.

Europe shore excursions include:


Athens Sightseeing & Acropolis Athens (Piraeus), Greece Cava Cellars & Wine Tasting Barcelona, Spain Best of Antiquity Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey Mt. Vesuvius & Pompeii Hike Naples (Capri), Italy Bracciano Lake & Wine Tasting Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Ice Bar & Panorama Drive Stockholm, Sweden Exclusive Hermitage Museum with Gold Room St. Petersburg, Russia Murano Glassworks, San Giorgio & Gondola Ride Venice, Italy

Hotels
Extend your holiday in some of the worlds most cosmopolitan ports. Amsterdam - NH Amsterdam Centre Athens - Hilton Athens Barcelona - Atrium Palace Istanbul - Grand Hyatt Istanbul Rome - NHLeonardo Da Vinci St. Peters Contact us for prices.

Private & Custom Tours


If you would like to design a unique shore excursion to maximise your time in port, we can arrange a private vehicle for you and your travel companion(s) in over 20 of our most popular European ports, offering the ultimate in exibility. Youll have a driver only (or driver and guide) for a full day or half day. Just book online at least 4 days before your cruise. Alternatively, we can design a custom itinerary for your day in port simply visit www.celebritycruises.com/excursions and complete an order form at least 30 days prior to your planned cruise.

Mediterranean & Northern Europe Cruisetours:


6 escorted land tours ranging from 3-5 nights in length and available as a precruise option. 3 Night Paris & Amsterdam Cruisetour 3 Night Italian Lakes & Venice Cruisetour 4 Night Paris & London Cruisetour 4 Night Madrid & Barcelona Cruisetour 4 Night Cappadocia & Istanbul Cruisetour 5 Night Venice, Florence & Rome Cruisetour For more information, or to book Celebrity Cruisetours: contact: your travel agent

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1) Holiday in the Mediterranean 2) Paris, France 3) Geiranger, Norway 4) Mykonos, Greece 5) Wine tasting shore excursion

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For more information and details:

Mediterranean itineraries.
Eastern Mediterranean
10 Night Cruise

Eastern Mediterranean
11 Night Cruise

Mediterranean
12 Night Cruise

Mediterranean
12 Night Cruise

Mediterranean
12 Night Cruise

Mediterranean
12 Night Cruise

Celebrity Equinox

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Celebrity Solstice
Venice

Celebrity Solstice

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Venice Toulon Kusadasi Barcelona Santorini Livorno Split Kotor

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Venice Monte Carlo Barcelona Livorno Split Kotor

Civitavecchia Naples Messina Mykonos Kusadasi Piraeus Rhodes Santorini

Civitavecchia Naples Piraeus Mykonos

Istanbul

Villefranche Barcelona

Livorno

Dubrovnik Kotor Naples

Barcelona

Civitavecchia Naples Piraeus Mykonos Valletta

Kusadasi Santorini

Civitavecchia

Civitavecchia Naples

Civitavecchia Naples

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Sicily (Messina), Italy At Sea Athens (Piraeus), Greece Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey Rhodes, Greece Santorini, Greece Mykonos, Greece At Sea Capri (Naples), Italy Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Arrive Depart
Sail at 10:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 17:00 19:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:30

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy At Sea Santorini, Greece At Sea Istanbul, Turkey Istanbul, Turkey Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (Piraeus), Greece Mykonos, Greece At Sea Capri (Naples), Italy Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Arrive Depart
Sail at 14:00 07:00 13:00 10:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 19:00 18:00 18:00 18:30 17:00 22:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Barcelona, Spain Nice (Villefranche), France Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Capri (Naples), Italy At Sea Kotor, Montenegro Venice, Italy Venice, Italy Dubrovnik, Croatia At Sea At Sea Barcelona, Spain

Arrive Depart
Sail at 10:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 14:00 14:00 08:30 18:00 17:00 20:00 19:00 19:00 19:00 16:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Barcelona, Spain At Sea Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Capri (Naples), Italy At Sea Mykonos, Greece Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey Santorini, Greece Athens (Piraeus), Greece At Sea Valletta, Malta At Sea Barcelona, Spain

Arrive Depart
Sail at 07:00 07:00 09:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 06:00 17:00 19:00 19:00 19:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 17:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Barcelona, Spain At Sea At Sea Split, Croatia Venice, Italy Venice, Italy Kotor, Montenegro At Sea Capri (Naples), Italy Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy Provence (Toulon), France Barcelona, Spain

Arrive Depart
Sail at 17:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 Barcelona, Spain Cannes/Monte Carlo, France Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Capri (Naples), Italy At Sea Kotor, Montenegro Venice, Italy Venice, Italy Split, Croatia At Sea At Sea Barcelona, Spain

Arrive Depart
Sail at 10:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 14:00 18:00 08:00 18:00 17:00 19:00 19:00 19:00 19:00 16:00

08:00 08:00

18:00 13:00

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

10:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 06:00

18:00 19:00 19:00 19:00 17:00

06:00

13

06:00

2012 Departure Dates: May 11 Jun 22 Jul 13 Aug 3, 24 Sep 14 Oct 5, 26 Nov 16
A similar 10 night cruise departs 1 Jun 2012. Ports differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Apr 30 May 21 Jun 11 Jul 2, 23 Aug 13 Sep 3, 24 Oct 15 Nov 5

2012 Departure Dates: Apr 29 May 23 Jul 10* Aug 27


* Dubrovnik, Croatia is replaced by Split, Croatia.

2012 Departure Dates: May 11 Jun 4*, 28* Jul 22* Aug 15* Sep 8* Oct 2*
*Port order and times differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Jun 16 Aug 3*


* Ports of call and times differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Sep 20 Oct 14*


* Split, Croatia is replaced by Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 16 Nov 2012

Prices From $1,369 $1,719 $1,959 $2,189 $2,409 $3,969

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 5 Nov 2012

Prices From $1,519 $1,859 $2,099 $2,319 $2,559 $4,129

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 29 Apr 2012

Prices From $2,109 $2,409 $2,609 $2,859 $3,109 $4,879

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 11 May 2012

Prices From $2,019 $2,369 $2,569 $2,809 $3,059 $4,829

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 16 Jun 2012

Prices From $2,219 $2,569 $2,759 $3,009 $3,259 $5,029

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 20 Sep 2012

Prices From $2,069 $2,419 $2,619 $2,859 $3,109 $5,129

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels turn to page 20.

Land-based European Cruisetours available, please turn to page 21 for more information.

1) Dubrovnik, Croatia 2) Carnival masks, Venice, Italy 3) Istanbul, Turkey 4) Barcelona, Spain

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

EUROPE MEDITERRANEAN CRUISES

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For more information and details:

Mediterranean itineraries.
Greek Isles & Turkey
12 Night Cruise

Eastern Med &Greek Isles


12 Night Cruise

Adriatic

12 Night Cruise

Italy &Croatia
12 Night Cruise
SM

Mediterranean Renaissance
14 Night Cruise
SM

Mediterranean Empires
14 Night Cruise

Celebrity Constellation
Istanbul

Celebrity Silhouette
Venice Civitavecchia

SM

Celebrity Silhouette
Venice Ravenna Civitavecchia Naples Koper

Celebrity Silhouette
Venice Ravenna Civitavecchia Naples Catania Valletta Arrive Depart
Embark pm Sail at 17:00 07:00 18:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 17:00 18:30

Celebrity Reflection
Venice Koper Cannes Toulon Barcelona

SM

Celebrity Reflection
Venice Toulon Livorno

SM

Split Dubrovnik Kotor Bari

Split Kotor Dubrovnik

Piraeus Mykonos Souda Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Istanbul, Turkey Istanbul, Turkey At Sea Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey Bodrum, Turkey Marmaris, Turkey Rhodes, Greece Santorini, Greece Athens (Piraeus), Greece Mykonos, Greece

Kusadasi Bodrum Marmaris Rhodes Santorini Arrive Depart


Embark pm Sail at 07:00 07:00 08:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 08:00 07:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 23:59 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 17:00

Livorno Civitavecchia Naples Kusadasi Catania Mykonos Rhodes

Dubrovnik

Naples Catania

Barcelona

Piraeus Mykonos

Kusadasi Rhodes

Civitavecchia Naples Piraeus Kusadasi Catania Valetta Rhodes

Catania Valletta Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Venice, Italy Venice, Italy Ravenna, Italy Koper, Slovenia Split, Croatia Dubrovnik, Croatia Kotor, Montenegro Bari, Italy At Sea Valletta, Malta Catania, Sicily, Italy Capri (Naples), Italy Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Santorini Souda Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Capri (Naples), Italy Catania, Sicily, Italy At Sea Athens (Piraeus), Greece Mykonos, Greece Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey Rhodes, Greece Santorini, Greece Chania (Souda), Crete, Greece At Sea Venice, Italy Venice, Italy 09:00 Disembark am 07:00 07:00 07:00 09:00 07:00 07:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 15:00

Arrive Depart
Sail at 07:00 09:00 17:00 19:00 19:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Venice, Italy Ravenna, Italy Split, Croatia At Sea Valletta, Malta Catania, Sicily, Italy Capri (Naples), Italy Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy At Sea Kotor, Montenegro Dubrovnik, Croatia Venice, Italy Venice, Italy

Arrive Depart
Sail at 07:00 08:00 08:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 08:00 07:00 10:00 Disembark am 17:00 19:00 18:00 17:00 17:00 19:00 19:00 18:00 16:00

Day Ports of Call


Sun Barcelona, Spain Mon Provence (Toulon), France Tue Cannes (Monte Carlo), France Wed Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy Thu Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Fri Capri (Naples), Italy Sat Catania, Sicily, Italy Sun At Sea Mon Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey Tue Rhodes, Greece Wed Mykonos, Greece Thu At Sea Fri At Sea Sat Koper, Slovenia Sun Venice, Italy

Arrive Depart
Sail at 08:00 08:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 09:00 07:00 07:00 08:00 17:00 18:00 18:00 19:00 19:00 19:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00

Day Ports of Call


Sun Venice, Italy Mon Venice, Italy Tue Dubrovnik, Croatia Wed At Sea Thu Rhodes, Greece Fri Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey Sat Athens (Piraeus), Greece Sun At Sea Mon Valletta, Malta Tue Catania, Sicily, Italy Wed Capri (Naples), Italy Thu Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Fri Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy

Arrive Depart
Embark pm Sail at 17:00 12:00 20:00 10:00 07:00 07:00 08:00 08:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 19:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 17:00 19:00 19:00 17:00 17:00

Chania (Souda), Crete, Greece At Sea Istanbul, Turkey

07:00 07:00

18:00

Sat Provence (Toulon), France Sun Barcelona, Spain

2012 Departure Dates: Sep 19* Oct 1, 13


* Ports order and times differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Jun 12 Jul 17*


* Ports of call and times differ. A similar 13 night cruise on Celebrity Silhouette departs 5 May 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Jul 5 Aug 10*


* Port order and times differ. A similar 13 night cruise on Celebrity Silhouette departs 30 May 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: May 18


A similar 11 night cruise on Celebrity Silhouette departs 24 Jun 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Oct 21

2012 Departure Dates: Nov 4

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 13 Oct 2012

Prices From $1,639 $1,829 $2,329 $2,589 $4,149

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 12 Jun 2012

Prices From $2,189 $2,489 $3,029 $3,339 $3,529 $5,219

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 5 Jul 2012

Prices From $2,279 $2,579 $3,169 $3,629 $3,869 $6,089

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 18 May 2012

Prices From $2,039 $2,279 $2,779 $3,089 $3,289 $5,009

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 21 Oct 2012

Prices From n/a $2,479 $2,769 $3,069 $3,309 $5,389

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 4 Nov 2012

Prices From n/a $2,339 $2,589 $2,879 $3,119 $4,899

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels turn to page 20.

Land-based European Cruisetours available, please turn to page 21 for more information.

1) Venice, Italy 2) Istanbul, Turkey 3) Mykonos, Greece 4) Puerto De Mogan, Gran Canaria

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

EUROPE HOLY LAND &NORTHERN EUROPE CRUISES

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For more information and details:

Holy Land itineraries.


Holy Land
11 Night Cruise

Northern Europe itineraries.


Holy Land
14 Night Cruise

Holy Land
SM

12 Night Cruise

Arctic Circle
SM

12 Night Cruise

Scandinavia & Russia


12 Night Cruise
Longyearbyen Honningsvag Helsinki

14 Night Cruise

Scandinavia & Russia Celebrity Eclipse


Helsinki Tallinn St. Petersburg

Celebrity Silhouette
Civitavecchia Naples

Celebrity Constellation
Istanbul

Celebrity Silhouette
Civitavecchia Naples Catania Piraeus

Celebrity Constellation

Celebrity Constellation

Piraeus

Piraeus

Kusadasi Haifa

Kusadasi Haifa Ashdod Molde Bergen

Lofoten Copenhagen Amsterdam Amsterdam

Stockholm

St. Petersburg Copenhagen

Stockholm

Tallinn Warnemunde

Alexandria Day Ports of Call


Tue Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Wed At Sea Thu At Sea Fri Alexandria, Egypt

Ashdod Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 Istanbul, Turkey Istanbul, Turkey

Alexandria

Ashdod Arrive Depart


Embark pm Sail at 10:00 07:00 19:00 11:00 22:00 07:00 09:00 07:00 19:00 18:00 14:00 20:00

Alexandria Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy At Sea At Sea Alexandria, Egypt Alexandria, Egypt Jerusalem (Ashdod), Israel Jerusalem (Ashdod), Israel Haifa, Israel At Sea Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey Athens (Piraeus), Greece At Sea Catania, Sicily, Italy Capri (Naples), Italy Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Warnemunde Zeebrugge Southampton Arrive Depart


Sail at 09:30 16:30 23:59

Arrive Depart
Sail at 17:00

Arrive Depart
Sail at 17:00

Day Ports of Call


Wed Amsterdam, Netherlands Thu At Sea Fri Arctic Circle (crossing)

Arrive Depart
Sail at 16:30

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 Amsterdam, Netherlands At Sea Berlin (Warnemunde), Germany 4 At Sea Stockholm, Sweden Helsinki, Finland St. Petersburg, Russia St. Petersburg, Russia Tallinn, Estonia At Sea Copenhagen, Denmark At Sea Amsterdam, Netherlands 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 Southampton, England Bruges (Zeebrugge), Belgium At Sea Berlin (Warnemunde), Germany At Sea Stockholm, Sweden Helsinki, Finland St. Petersburg, Russia St. Petersburg, Russia Tallinn, Estonia At Sea Copenhagen, Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark At Sea Southampton, England

Arrive Depart
Sail at 07:00 09:00 16:30 15:00 23:59

Ephesus (Kusadasi), Turkey At Sea Alexandria, Egypt Alexandria, Egypt Jerusalem (Ashdod), Israel Jerusalem (Ashdod), Israel Haifa, Israel At Sea Athens (Piraeus), Greece At Sea Istanbul, Turkey

07:00 19:00 12:00 22:00 10:00 07:00 09:00 18:00 18:30

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

07:00 19:00 12:00 22:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 08:00 07:00 07:00 22:00 18:00 18:00 17:00 18:30

Sat Leknes (Lofoten), Norway Sun Arctic Circle (cruise) Mon Longyearbyen, Norway Tue Arctic Circle (cruise) Wed Honningsvag, Norway Thu Arctic Circle (crossing) Fri Molde, Norway

07:00 09:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00

17:00 19:00 17:00 17:00 17:00

Sat Alexandria, Egypt Sun Jerusalem (Ashdod), Israel Mon Jerusalem (Ashdod), Israel Tue At Sea Wed Athens (Piraeus), Greece Thu At Sea Fri Capri (Naples), Italy Sat Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

09:00 10:00 07:00

16:00 18:00 18:00

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

08:00 10:00 07:00

17:00 18:00 18:00

07:00 08:00 07:00

15:00 17:00

Sat Bergen, Norway Sun At Sea Mon Amsterdam, Netherlands

08:00 08:00

17:00

01:00 07:00

2012 Departure Dates: Oct 23


Similar 12 night cruises on Celebrity Silhouette depart 17, 29 Sep & 11 Oct 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Oct 25 Nov 6


A similar 12 night cruise departs 18 Nov 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Nov 3, 17


A similar 13 night cruise departs 22 Aug & 4 Sep 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Jun 13

2012 Departure Dates: May 20 Jun 1 Jul 7, 19, 31 Aug 12, 24*
* Port order and times differ.

2012 Departure Dates: May 26* Jun 9, 23 Jul 21* Aug 18


* Port order and times differ.

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 23 Oct 2012

Prices From $1,799 $1,949 $2,549 $2,839 $3,089 $4,809

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 6 Nov 2012

Prices From $1,479 $1,679 $2,169 $2,429 $3,989

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 17 Nov 2012

Prices From $1,799 $1,949 $2,539 $2,829 $3,079 $4,809

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 13 Jun 2012

Prices From $2,299 $2,499 $2,989 $3,289 $4,709

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 1 Jun 2012

Prices From $2,299 $2,499 $3,039 $3,289 $5,009

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 9 Jun 2012

Prices From $2,659 $2,869 $3,139 $3,629 $4,029 $5,589

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels turn to page 20.

Land-based European Cruisetours available, please turn to page 21 for more information.

1) Rome, Italy 2) Alexandria, Egypt 3) St. Petersburg, Russia 4) Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen, Denmark

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

Welcome to Celebritys Caribbean. Imagine swimming with dolphins, trying your hand at deep sea shing, getting a birds eye view of paradise from a rainforest aerial tram, discovering the avours of the islands at a rum tasting, or savouring new and exotic cuisine at almost every stop. Its 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.
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For more information, or to book shore excursions online up to 4 days prior to sailing:

Celebritys Caribbean.
Caribbean ports of call include:
Basseterre, St. Kitts With a town square fashioned after Londons Piccadilly Circus, St. Kitts blends the gentried feel of a European capital with island ease. For centuries, the island was well known as one of the regions largest producers of sugarcane. Bridgetown, Barbados 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-sideof-the-road traffic rules. Castries, St. Lucia St. Lucias 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 Drakes Seat, or nd your way to Paradise Point overlooking the harbour. Cozumel, Mexico Located 19.5 kilometres east of the Yucatn Peninsula, Cozumels coral reefs make it an underwater sanctuary for hundreds of exotic sh 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. Oranjestad, Aruba A chic blend of Dutch and Caribbean inuences pervades everything from the cuisine to the architecture in Arubas vibrant and colourful capital. Dont miss the charming boutiques of Renaissance Marketplace, but take time to explore the island with its unique indigenous ora and rock formations. Philipsburg, St. Maarten St. Maarten has two sides a French and a Dutch. You can stroll along the magnicent beaches for hours, browse the endless French boutiques and duty-free shops, or visit sights like the cliffs and caves of Cupecoy Beach. Roseau, Dominica 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 youd 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 Len in 1508 and its time as a Spanish colonial outpost. St. Georges, Grenada The seductive breezes that gently caress this island do more than cool down Grenadas sultry nights. They carry a bouquet of fragrances from the islands many spice plantations, its sugarcane elds, 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 todays visitors. Explore its extensive bird sanctuaries, snorkel amongst the coral reefs, and leave footprints on white sand beaches where pirates once trod. Willemstad, Curaao A drive over the fabled Queen Juliana Bridge, 56 metres above the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, presents one of the most breathtaking views of this former Dutch colony. The islands abundance of forts belies its warm, welcoming nature, which youll discover on a trip to the Old Market. There, you can mingle with the local shoppers and shmongers, and even enjoy some fresh grilled grouper or snapper.

Caribbean shore excursions include:


Caribbean Scenic Rail and Sail Basseterre, St. Kitts Biking and Waterfall Hike Castries, St. Lucia Aquaboats Snorkel Adventure George Town, Grand Cayman Horseback Riding Oranjestad, Aruba Aerial Tram and Trafalgar Falls Roseau, Dominica Bacardi Rum Distillery San Juan, Puerto Rico Adventure River Tubing St. Georges, Grenada Bird Island Catamaran Lunch Cruise St. Johns, Antigua Culinary Delights of Curaao Willemstad, Curaao

Hotels
Extend your holiday in some of the worlds most cosmopolitan ports. Fort Lauderdale - Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty Six Miami - Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach Miami - The Westin Colonnade, Coral Gables New York - The Westin New York at Times Square San Juan - Conrad San Juan Condado Plaza Contact us for prices.

Multifaceted shore excursions


From the leisurely to the exhilarating. From island tours to swimming with stingrays, helicopter tours to hiking, or golf to horseback riding. Whatever your interests, our expert guides are ready to lend a hand with insights and local-know-how.

1) West Indies azure waters 2) Tropical orchids 3) St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 4) The Pitons, St. Lucia 5) Snorkelling in the Caribbean

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Miami

A B
Puerto Costa Maya

Fort Lauderdale

C D

Charlotte Amalie San Juan

Philipsburg St. Johns Basseterre Castries Bridgetown St. Georges

E F

George Town Cozumel Roatn Falmouth Roatn

George Town Cozumel San Juan

Philipsburg Charlotte Amalie

St. Croix Roseau

Short Caribbean itineraries.


Western Caribbean
7 Night Cruise

Western Caribbean A
5 Night Cruise
Day Ports of Call
1 2 3 4 5 6 Miami, Florida At Sea Falmouth, Jamaica George Town, Grand Cayman At Sea Miami, Florida 07:00 09:00 08:00 18:00 16:00

Western Caribbean C
7 Night Cruise

Southern Caribbean E
7 Night Cruise
Arrive Depart
Sail at 07:00 09:00 08:30 08:00 07:00 16:30 16:00 18:00 17:00 17:00

Eastern Caribbean
7 Night Cruise
SM

Eastern Caribbean
7 Night Cruise

Celebrity Constellation
Arrive Depart
Sail at 16:30

Celebrity Solstice
Day Ports of Call
Sun Fort Lauderdale, Florida Mon At Sea Tue George Town, Grand Cayman Wed Cozumel, Mexico Thu Roatn, Honduras Fri Puerto Costa Maya, Mexico Sat At Sea Sun Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Celebrity Summit
Day Ports of Call
Sat San Juan, Puerto Rico Sun At Sea Mon Bridgetown, Barbados Castries, St. Lucia Tue Wed St. Johns, Antigua Thu Philipsburg, St. Maarten Fri Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Sat San Juan, Puerto Rico 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 07:00 17:30 17:00 17:00 18:00 17:00

Celebrity Silhouette
Arrive Depart
Sail at 20:30

Celebrity Eclipse
Miami

Celebrity Reflection

SM

Fort Lauderdale George Town Cozumel Falmouth Labadee

Miami

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 14*, 28* Feb 11*, 25* Mar 10*, 24* Apr 7* Oct 8*, 22* Nov 5*, 19* Dec 3*, 15, 17*, 24, 31* 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 26 Feb 9, 23 Mar 9, 23
* Celebrity Constellation is replaced by Celebrity Millennium.

Philipsburg San Juan Basseterre

San Juan Basseterre

Philipsburg

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 8, 22 Feb 5, 19 Mar 4, 18 Apr 1

2012 Departure Dates: Feb 4, 18 Mar 3, 31 Apr 14 Nov 3, 17 Dec 1, 15, 29 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 12, 26 Feb 9, 23 Mar 9, 23 Apr 6, 20, 27 Day Ports of Call
Sun Fort Lauderdale, Florida Mon At Sea Tue Cozumel, Mexico Wed George Town, Grand Cayman 07:00 10:00 08:00 10:00 07:00 16:00 18:00 17:00 17:00

Arrive Depart
Sail at 16:30

Day Ports of Call


Sat Miami, Florida Sun At Sea Mon San Juan, Puerto Rico Tue Philipsburg, St. Maarten Basseterre, St. Kitts Wed Thu At Sea Fri At Sea Sat Miami, Florida

Arrive Depart
Sail at 15:00 09:00 08:00 16:30 22:00 18:00 17:00

Day Ports of Call


Sat Miami, Florida Sun At Sea Mon San Juan, Puerto Rico Tue Philipsburg, St. Maarten Basseterre, St. Kitts Wed Thu At Sea Fri At Sea

Arrive Depart
Sail at 15:00 09:00 08:00 16:30 22:00 18:00 17:00

Western Caribbean B
5 Night Cruise
Day Ports of Call
1 2 3 4 5 6 Miami, Florida At Sea Roatn, Honduras Cozumel, Mexico At Sea Miami, Florida 07:00 10:00 10:00 18:00 19:00

Eastern Caribbean D
7 Night Cruise
Day Ports of Call
Sun Fort Lauderdale, Florida Mon At Sea Tue San Juan, Puerto Rico Wed Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Thu Philipsburg, St. Maarten Fri At Sea 07:00 Sat At Sea Sun Fort Lauderdale, Florida 15:00 08:00 08:00 23:00 17:00 17:00

Southern Caribbean F
7 Night Cruise
Arrive Depart
Sail at 16:30

Thu Falmouth, Jamaica Fri Labadee, Haiti Sat At Sea Sun Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Celebrity Millennium
Arrive Depart
Sail at 16:30

Celebrity Solstice

Celebrity Summit
Day Ports of Call
Sat San Juan, Puerto Rico Sun St. Croix, U.S Virgin Islands Mon Basseterre, St. Kitts Tue Roseau, Dominica Wed St. Georges, Grenada Thu At Sea Fri Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas 08:00 07:00 17:00 Sat San Juan, Puerto Rico

07:00

Sat Miami, Florida

07:00

Arrive Depart
Sail at 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 20:30 17:30 17:00 17:00 17:00

2012 Departure Dates: Dec 16, 30 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 13 Feb 10, 24 Mar 24 Apr 7
A similar 7 night cruise departs 27 Jan &10 Mar 2013.

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 7*, 14, 21*, 28 Feb 4*, 11, 18*, 25 Mar 3*, 10, 17*, 24, 31* Apr 7, 14*
*Ports of call and times differ. A similar 8 night cruise departs from Fort Lauderdale, Florida 9 Nov 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Dec 8, 15*, 22, 29* 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 5, 12*, 19, 26 Feb 2, 9*, 16, 23* Mar 2, 9, 16, 23*, 30 Apr 6*, 13
*Basseterre, St. Kitts is replaced with Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 7*, 23 Feb 4*, 6, 18* Mar 4*, 5, 18*, 19 Apr 1*, 2, 16
* Celebrity Millennium is replaced by Celebrity Constellation.

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 15, 29 Feb 12, 26 Mar 11, 25 Apr 8 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 6*, 20* Feb 3*, 17* Mar 3*, 17*, 31*
*Celebrity Solstice is replaced by Celebrity Silhouette. Port order and times differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 28 Feb 11, 25 Mar 10, 24 Apr 7, 21 Nov 10, 24 Dec 8, 22 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 5, 19 Feb 2, 16 Mar 2, 16, 30 Apr 13
Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 16 Dec 2012 Prices From $899 $1,139 $1,179 $1,279 $1,369 $2,009 Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 28 Jan 2012 Prices From $949 $1,179 $1,209 $1,279 $1,379 $2,149

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 5 Jan 2013

Prices From $869 $1,109 $1,159 $1,249 $1,349 $1,999

CRUISE Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite

A Prices From $629 $669 $869 $909 n/a $1,089 Prices based on 26 Jan 2013 Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels turn to page 28.

B Prices From $649 $699 $919 $979 n/a $1,219 Prices based on 5 Mar 2012

C Prices From $929 $1,159 $1,219 $1,319 $1,559 $2,129 Prices based on 22 Jan 2012

D Prices From $959 $1,189 $1,239 $1,299 $1,399 $2,109 Prices based on 29 Jan 2012

E Prices From $639 $689 $879 $969 $1,059 $1,319 Prices based on 12 Jan 2013

F Prices From $619 $669 $859 $959 $1,049 $1,309 Prices based on 24 Nov 2012

1) Cozumel blankets, Mexico 2) Jet-skiiing, Roatn, Honduras 3) San Juan, Puerto Rico 4) St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

Consecutive cruises available on all the above cruises. Join a cruise to another one for an extended holiday.

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For more information and details:

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

Long Caribbean itineraries.


Ultimate Caribbean
10 Night Cruise

Ultimate Caribbean
11 Night Cruise

Ultimate Caribbean
11 Night Cruise

Eastern Caribbean
12 Night Cruise

Southern Caribbean
12 Night Cruise
SM

Exotic Southern Caribbean


14 Night Cruise

Celebrity Equinox
Fort Lauderdale

SM

Celebrity Equinox

SM

Celebrity Equinox

SM

Celebrity Silhouette
Cape Liberty

Celebrity Silhouette
Cape Liberty

SM

Celebrity Constellation
Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale

Philipsburg Charlotte Amalie Roseau Bridgetown Day Ports of Call


Fri Fort Lauderdale, Florida Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Tue Basseterre, St. Kitts Wed Bridgetown, Barbados Thu Roseau, Dominica Fri Philipsburg, St. Maarten Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon Fort Lauderdale, Florida 07:00 08:00 07:00 09:00 08:00 08:00 17:00 15:00 18:00 17:00 17:00

Cozumel Roatn

George Town

Cozumel BelizeCity

George Town Charlotte Amalie Philipsburg St. Johns Arrive Depart


Sail at 17:00

Charlotte Amalie Labadee San Juan St. Croix Day Ports of Call
Thu Cape Liberty, Bayonne, New Jersey Fri At Sea

Philipsburg St. Johns Bridgetown

Basseterre

Cartagena Puerto Limn Day Ports of Call


Mon Fort Lauderdale, Florida Tue At Sea Wed Cozumel, Mexico Thu Roatn, Honduras Fri At Sea 07:30 08:00 10:00 08:00 07:00 19:30 18:00 17:00 17:00 Sat Puerto Limn, Costa Rica Sun Clon, Panama Mon Cartagena, Colombia Tue At Sea Wed George Town, Grand Cayman Thu At Sea Fri Fort Lauderdale, Florida 08:00 08:00 17:00 17:00

Charlotte Amalie Basseterre Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 Cape Liberty, Bayonne, New Jersey At Sea At Sea At Sea

Philipsburg St. Johns Castries Arrive Depart


Sail at 17:00

Clon Arrive Depart


Sail at 16:30

Puerto Limon Day Ports of Call


Mon Fort Lauderdale, Florida Tue At Sea

Cartagena Clon Arrive Depart


Sail at 08:00 07:00 08:00 07:00 10:30 08:00 07:00 16:30 17:00 16:00 18:00 19:00 18:00 17:00

Oranjestad Willemstad Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5

Castries

St. Georges Arrive Depart


Sail at 16:30

Arrive Depart
Sail at 16:30

Fort Lauderdale, Florida At Sea At Sea Oranjestad, Aruba Willemstad, Curacao At Sea St. Georges, Grenada Bridgetown, Barbados Castries, St. Lucia St. Johns, Antigua Philipsburg, St. Maarten Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas At Sea At Sea Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Wed George Town, Grand Cayman Thu At Sea Fri Cartagena, Colombia Sat Clon, Panama Sun Puerto Limon, Costa Rica Mon At Sea Tue Belize City, Belize Wed Cozumel, Mexico Thu At Sea Fri Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Tue St. Johns, Antigua Philipsburg, St. Maarten Wed Thu St. Croix, U.S Virgin Islands Fri San Juan, Puerto Rico Sat Labadee, Haiti Sun At Sea Mon At Sea Tue Cape Liberty, Bayonne, New Jersey 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 07:00 09:00 17:00 17:00 17:00 17:00 14:00 16:00

08:00 07:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00

20:00 17:00 17:00 17:00 17:00 17:00 17:00 17:00

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Basseterre, St. Kitts Castries, St. Lucia St. Johns, Antigua Philipsburg, St. Maarten At Sea At Sea At Sea Cape Liberty, Bayonne, New Jersey

08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00

17:00 17:00 17:00 17:00 17:00

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

08:00

14 15

07:00

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 13 Feb 3, 24 Mar 16 Apr 6 Dec 21 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 11 Feb 1, 22 Mar 15 Apr 5

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 2, 23* Feb 13 Mar 5*, 26 Dec 31* 2013 Departure Dates: Feb 11* Mar 25*
* Ports of call and times differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Dec 10 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 21 Mar 4

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 5, 29* Feb 22* Mar 17* Apr 10
*Port order and times differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 17 Feb 10* Mar 5*, 29


*Port order and times differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 14, 28 Feb 11, 25 Mar 10, 24 Apr 7, 21 Nov 17* Dec 1*, 15*, 29* 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 26* Feb 9*, 23* Mar 9*, 23*
* Celebrity Constellation is replaced by Celebrity Eclipse. Port order and times differ.

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 11 Jan 2013

Prices From $1,339 $1,529 $1,629 $1,829 $2,019 $2,999

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 5 Mar 2012

Prices From $1,509 $1,649 $1,749 $1,889 $2,129 $3,069

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 10 Dec 2012

Prices From $1,339 $1,529 $1,629 $1,819 $2,009 $2,999

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 22 Feb 2012

Prices From $1,379 $1,489 $1,569 $1,709 $1,879 $2,999

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 29 Mar 2012

Prices From $1,279 $1,409 $1,469 $1,599 $1,759 $2,719

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 24 Mar 2012

Prices From $1,589 $1,779 $2,129 $2,469 $4,459

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels turn to page 28.

Consecutive cruises available. Join this cruise to another one for an extended holiday.

1) Panama Canal 2) Cartagena, Colombia 3) Shopping in Bermuda 4) Tortola marina, British Virgin Islands

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

Welcome to Celebritys Alaska. This is where rugged wilderness meets never roughing-it indulgence. Where unspoiled nature is just outside the window from spa treatments that spoil you head to toe. Its the kind of experience that makes you feel vibrantly alive, reminding you every minute that this is an extraordinary holiday. From the breathtaking views of Hubbard Glacier, to the totem poles of Ketchikan, or a ceremonial salmon bake ashore, Celebritys Alaska is at once as wild yet romantic as you imagined. And while some of the most incredible views of this pristine land can be seen right from your balcony, why not explore our Cruisetour and shore excursion options for an even more immersive experience.
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contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

For more information, or to book shore excursions online up to 4 days prior to sailing:

Celebritys Alaska.
Alaska ports/Cruisetour destinations include:
Alberta & Canadian Rockies Cruisetour On the edge of the true Canadian wilderness lies Banff, Jasper and beautiful Lake Louise. The Banff National Park offers spectacular views of Bow Falls, extensive forests and glacial lakes. From Jasper, you can embark on a mini-expedition up a glacier, while the icy glacial runoff gives the natural hot springs of Lake Louise a distinctive aquamarine tint. Anchorage, Alaska Cruisetour Home to half the population of the state of Alaska, this citys high-rises complement natures towering peaks in the surrounding countryside. Shopping, performing arts, museums, and the Alaska Native Heritage Centre all make Anchorage a must on any visit to the 49th state. 1 2 Denali National Park, Alaska Cruisetour Denali is home to North Americas highest peak: Mt. McKinley. The National Park covers approximately 24,000 sq km of abundant taiga forests and rolling tundra. You may see some of Alaskas big ve: bear, grey wolves, caribou, Dall sheep and moose. Fairbanks, Alaska Cruisetour This renowned Gold Rush town still has working gold mines. Your Cruisetour may include a Fairbanks City Tour, a cruise on the Riverboat Discovery Sternwheeler with a stop at an Athabascan Indian Village, or a visit to the El Dorado Gold Mine. Icy Strait Point, Alaska Cruise Port Located just 34.5 kilometres southeast of Glacier Bay National Park, Icy Strait Point offers travellers the chance to view wildlife like humpback whales, eagles, and brown bears, or to explore the museum dedicated to the regions shing heritage. Juneau, Alaska Cruise Port Alaskas capital city gracefully balances frontier ruggedness with cosmopolitan air. Mendenhall Glacier, a river of ice measuring 2.5 kilometres in width and over 9.5 kilometres in length, hugs Juneaus north side and is part of the 1,500 sq. mile Juneau Iceeld. Ketchikan, Alaska Cruise Port Ketchikan is the ancestral home of the Tlingit people, carvers of the worlds largest collection of totem poles. The name comes from the Tlingit phrase katch kanna, which roughly translated means spread wings of a thundering eagle, a tribute to the hundreds of eagles that nest in the mountain forests nearby. Seattle, Washington Cruise Port Visitors to the Emerald City nd a fusion of American, Asian and Native American cultures, set against the backdrop of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Sample the freshest seafood to be found along the Pacic Rim, as well as a cup of Seattles famous coffee. Seward, Alaska Cruise Port & Cruisetour Like a giant sentry, the 900-metre Mount Marathon stands guard over this gateway to the Kenai Fjords wilderness. For those inspired to travel beyond its outskirts, a wealth of wildlife viewing possibilities await. Skagway, Alaska Cruise Port Take a trip back in time on the White Pass Scenic Railway. Learn how gold was discovered in the Klondike in 1896, when this town was gripped by Gold Fever, attracting all manner of fortune hunters, saloon owners and adventurers. Nowadays, the only prospecting is by visitors looking to take home a souvenir nugget or two. Tracy Arm Fjord Sawyer Glacier, Alaska
Scenic Cruising Only

the Canadian jewel of Puget Sound. From the cobblestone streets of the Gastown District to Little Italy and Chinatown, Vancouver offers a truly international avour. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Cruise Port & Cruisetour

The capital of British Columbia is located on Canadas largest island, Vancouver Island. This seaside enclave and one-time British colony has retained much of its colonial splendour. And thanks to a temperate climate, Victoria blooms with colour during the spring and summer months.

Alaska shore excursions include:


Over 20 ways to experience this amazing state on foot, kayak, railway, all terrain vehicle (ATV), boat, helicopter, horseback, motorcoach, snow shoes, canoe, oatplane, bicycle, zipline, jeep, trolley, motorcycle, raft, adventure kart, Hummer, snorkelling, and more. Halibut Fishing Icy Strait Point, Alaska Alaska Sled Dogs & Mushers Camp Juneau, Alaska Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary and Crab Feast Ketchikan, Alaska Private Seattle Underground City Tour Seattle, Washington Kenai Fjords Cruise with Lunch Seward, Alaska White Pass Scenic Railway Skagway, Alaska Butchart & Butterfly Gardens Victoria, British Columbia

Book-ended by two of Alaskas most dramatic glaciers, the North and South Sawyer, and surrounded by granite walls that rise over 900 metres from the emerald coloured seas. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Cruise Port & Cruisetour

3 Hotels Extend your holiday in some of the worlds most interesting ports. Anchorage - Anchorage Marriott Seattle - Hyatt at Olive 8 Seattle - The Westin Seattle Vancouver - Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver Vancouver - Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Contact us for prices.

The largest metropolitan centre in western Canada and the countrys third largest city, Vancouver is

The Ultimate Experience In Cruisetours

8 Alaskan, 3 Canadian Rockies, and 2 Whistler Cruisetours explore the heart of Alaska and Canada by train and motorcoach. Alternatively, experience the new holiday-of-a-lifetime, The Ultimate Cruisetour Canadian Rockies & Alaska featuring a 6 night pre-cruise Canadian Rockies land tour, a 7 night northbound Alaska cruise and a 5 night post-cruise Alaska land tour.

Alaska Cruisetours include:


3 pre-cruise tours & 5 post-cruise tours Experienced, knowledgeable Tour Directors 18-Night Ultimate Alaska & Canada Cruisetour A 6 night pre-Canadian Rockies, 7 night Alaska Northbound cruise & 5 night post-Alaska tour.

Canadian Rockies & Whistler Cruisetours:


3 Canadian Rockies tours (2 pre-cruise and 1 post-cruise) 2 Whistler tours (1 pre-cruise and 1 post-cruise) Featuring Fairmont Hotel properties and VIA Rail train travel. For more information, or to book Celebrity Cruisetours: contact: your travel agent

Onboard Naturalists

To provide you with a better perspective, each Alaskan cruise is accompanied by expert naturalists who offer information on the wildlife, geography and history.

call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

1) Alaskan wilderness 2) The Wilderness Express glass-domed traincars 3) Juneau, Alaska 4) Panning for gold in Fairbanks, Alaska 5) Rafting in Alaska

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For more information and details:

Alaska itineraries.
Alaska Hubbard Glacier
7 Night Cruise

Alaska Roundtrip
7 Night Cruise

Alaska Tracy Arm Fjord


7 Night Cruise
Skagway

Southbound Alaska
7 Night Cruise
Seward

Northbound Alaska
7 Night Cruise
Seward

Ultimate Alaska
9 Night Cruise
Hubbard Glacier

Celebrity Century
Hubbard Glacier Icy Strait Point Juneau Ketchikan

Celebrity Millennium
Hubbard Glacier Skagway Juneau Ketchikan

Celebrity Infinity
Juneau Tracy Arm Fjord Ketchikan

Celebrity Millennium
Hubbard Glacier Skagway Juneau Ketchikan

Celebrity Millennium
Hubbard Glacier Skagway Juneau Ketchikan

Celebrity Century
Skagway Juneau Ketchikan Icy Strait Point Sitka

Icy Strait Point

Icy Strait Point

Vancouver

Vancouver

Victoria Day Ports of Call


Fri Seattle, Washington Sat At Sea

Vancouver Seattle Arrive Depart


Sail at 07:00 06:00 14:30 07:00 16:00 16:00 10:00 22:00 18:00

Vancouver Day Ports of Call


Fri Seward, Alaska Sat Hubbard Glacier (cruising) Sun Juneau, Alaska Mon Skagway, Alaska Tue Icy Strait Point, Alaska Wed Ketchikan, Alaska Thu Inside Passage (cruising) Fri Vancouver, British Columbia

Vancouver Day Ports of Call


Fri Vancouver, British Columbia Sat Inside Passage (cruising) Sun Ketchikan, Alaska Mon Icy Strait Point, Alaska Tue Juneau, Alaska Wed Skagway, Alaska Thu Hubbard Glacier (cruising) Fri Seward, Alaska 07:00 08:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 15:00 18:00 20:30 16:00 11:00

Day Ports of Call


Sun Vancouver, British Columbia Mon Inside Passage (cruising) Tue Icy Strait Point, Alaska Wed Hubbard Glacier (cruising) Thu Juneau, Alaska Fri Ketchikan, Alaska Sat Inside Passage (cruising) Sun Vancouver, British Columbia

Arrive Depart
Sail at 15:00 10:30 07:30 14:00 07:00 16:30 22:00 14:30 20:00 20:30

Day Ports of Call


Fri Vancouver, British Columbia Sat Inside Passage (cruising) Sun Juneau, Alaska Mon Skagway, Alaska Tue Hubbard Glacier (cruising) Wed Ketchikan, Alaska Thu Inside Passage (cruising) Fri Vancouver, British Columbia

Arrive Depart
Sail at 10:00 07:00 12:00 14:00 07:00 16:30 20:00 20:30 16:00 20:30

Arrive Depart
Sail at 14:00 09:00 07:00 07:00 09:00 07:00 20:00 18:00 21:00 20:30 16:00 18:00

Arrive Depart
Sail at 16:30

Day Ports of Call


Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Vancouver, British Columbia Inside Passage (cruising) Sitka, Alaska Juneau, Alaska Skagway, Alaska Icy Strait Point, Alaska Hubbard Glacier (cruising) Ketchikan, Alaska Inside Passage (cruising) Vancouver, British Columbia

Arrive Depart
Sail at 09:00 08:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 12:00 07:00 16:30 17:00 20:00 20:00 17:00 11:00 20:30

Sun Ketchikan, Alaska Mon Tracy Arm Fjord (cruising), Alaska Mon Juneau, Alaska Tue Skagway, Alaska Tue Inside Passage (cruising) Wed At Sea Thu Victoria, British Columbia Fri Seattle, Washington

18:00 07:00

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2012 Departure Dates: May 13, 20, 27 Jun 3, 10, 17*, 24* Jul 1*, 8*, 15*, 22, 29* Aug 5*, 12*, 19, 26 Sep 2, 9
* Times differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Sep 7

2012 Departure Dates: May 11, 18, 25 Jun 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Jul 6, 13, 20, 27 Aug 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Sep 7, 14

2012 Departure Dates: Jun 8, 22 Jul 6, 20 Aug 3, 17, 31

2012 Departure Dates: Jun 1, 15, 29 Jul 13, 27 Aug 10, 24

2012 Departure Dates: Sep 16

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 13 May 2012

Prices From $1,009 $1,219 $1,899 $1,949 $2,079

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 7 Sep 2012

Prices From $1,009 $1,159 $1,579 $1,679 $1,789 $2,329

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 31 Aug 2012

Prices From $1,069 $1,219 $1,639 $1,689 $1,799 $2,699

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 31 Aug 2012

Prices From $949 $1,159 $1,739 $1,849 $1,949 $2,859

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 24 Aug 2012

Prices From $1,069 $1,379 $1,899 $2,059 $2,109 $3,019

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 16 Sep 2012

Prices From $1,059 $1,329 $1,849 $1,899 $2,639

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels turn to page 34.

Land-based Alaska and Canadian Rockies Cruisetours available, please turn to page 34-35 for more information.

1) Vancouver, Canada 2) Elk 3) Totem pole in Ketchikan, Alaska 4) Helicopter trip in Skagway, Alaska

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

Welcome to Celebritys Australia, New Zealand & Asia. Whether youre sailing through New Zealands towering ords, gliding across the Tasman to Australias unspoiled coastlines or experiencing the vibrant cities and mist-shrouded jungles of Asia, youll be transported to culturally diverse destinations in magnicent style on board Celebritys stunning cruise ships. Experience the emotional impact of miles of breathtaking Fiordlands. Ascend into the mountains and ancient forests and experience the thrill of exploring active volcanoes. Cruise past the famed waves of Australia one day and surf on them the next. Plunge into the epic underworld of the Great Barrier Reef and travel to Beijing to walk the Great Wall of China. Every detail is designed to offer you a wealth of awe-inspiring experiences.

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contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

For more information, or to book shore excursions online up to 4 days prior to sailing:

Celebritys Australia, New Zealand & Asia


Australia, New Zealand & Asia ports include:
Albany, Australia Western Australias oldest and prettiest town is set against a backdrop of rugged granite coastline, green seas and intricate rock formations that tower over the King George Sound. Take a whalewatching cruise from the Princess Royal Harbour or visit the site of the rst government residence, whose beautiful gardens date back to 1831. Auckland, New Zealand Called the City of Sails because of its peoples love affair with the sea, Auckland sits on the narrow isthmus between the sparkling waters of Manukau and Waitemata Harbours. Step ashore to explore a lush, leafy urban cityscape, lled with beautiful parks and renowned art galleries. Bay of Islands, New Zealand If you love beaches, youll nd many of the worlds nest right here, graced with perfect white sand and crystal-clear water. And as tempted as youll be to soak in the surroundings, many consider this the ideal place to partake in more active pursuits, such as kayaking, mountain-biking, parasailing, swimming with dolphins and scuba-diving. Bali (Benoa), Indonesia Benoa is the gateway to explore exotic Bali. Surrounded by vibrant reefs close to shore, snorkelling from the white sand beaches of the south is a must-do. Explore the towering volcanoes, lush, tropical ora and intriguing temples before shopping for local crafts in the artisan villages and watching a traditional Barong dance. Cairns, Australia This tropical paradise is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest and is a stunning destination in its own right. From exploring lush rainforests, wetlands and woodlands, wandering through the Botanical Gardens and along the Marlin Jetty, there are plenty of things to do in this delightful, colonial-style city. Christchurch, New Zealand From the moment you step onshore, youll understand why locals long ago named this the Garden City. Lush gardens and parks punctuate well-spaced avenues and squares, all adorned with Victorian architecture. Dont miss the Botanic Gardens, which feature wide-open lawns and some of New Zealands oldest trees. Darwin, Australia Explore the open air markets, watch musicians and performers show off traditional Aboriginal culture. Relax among the palm trees on Mindil Beach or adventure to Kakadu National Park to catch a glimpse of some of the eclectic wildlife and landscapes Australia has to offer. Hobart, Australia Take a trip to Mount Wellington and its incredibly beautiful surroundings. From there you can look out over the busy harbour, which plays host to yachts from all over the world. Visit the Salamanca markets and uncover stunning Aboriginal art. Or simply wander the streets listening to street buskers, or stop into a pub and sample local wines. Melbourne, Australia Melbourne is the sports, art and culture capital of Australia. Take a tram to St Kilda and stroll the beachside markets, visit the chic boutiques at Southbank or enjoy a relaxing stroll along the Yarra river. This incongruous mix of old and new, conservative and colourful, makes Melbourne a fascinating place to visit. Milford, Dusky and Doubtful Sound, New Zealand Fiordland National Parks Milford, Doubtful and Dusky Sound are some of the most breathtaking places in New Zealand. Stretching for many kilometres, these ords are dominated by beautiful towering mountain peaks and tranquil waters. New Zealand Fur Seals and Fiordland Crested Penguins can be seen on many of the small islets. Napier, New Zealand Napier boasts world-renowned Art Deco architecture as well as one of New Zealands most important wine producing regions. Stroll the palmlined avenues and captivating beaches and visit the National Aquarium of New Zealand, which is shaped like a stingray and features piranhas and crocodiles. Singapore This diamond-shaped island off the coast of Malaysia is also the smallest country in Southeast Asia. Its one of only two cities in the world to have a signicant rain forest within its boundaries. Boasting mouthwatering cuisine, incredible shopping, and a thriving arts scene, this island is an exhilarating blend of cultures. Sydney, Australia Cosmopolitan Sydney offers just about everything you could want from famous beaches and wineries, to world-class shopping. Tour architectural marvels like the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, or take it all in from above on a tour of the Sydney Tower. Wellington, New Zealand From the new to the old, Wellington offers a bit of everything. The National Museum of New Zealand is one of the worlds largest and most progressive. A great way to explore the city is on the restored cable cars, which traverse the shopping district. And if you want to experience it all from above, take in the panoramic views from Mount Victoria.

Australia & New Zealand shore excursions include:


Auckland Region Wine Tour Auckland, New Zealand Coastal Sea Kayaking Bay of Islands, New Zealand Tranz Alpine Tour Christchurch, New Zealand Jumping Crocodile Cruise Darwin, Australia Kangaroos & Koalas Melbourne, Australia Aussie Wildlife Sydney, Australia

3 Hotels Extend your holiday in some of the worlds most interesting ports. Auckland - Skycity Grand Auckland - The Langham Hong Kong - Kowloon Shangri-La Singapore - Marina Mandarin Sydney - Sheraton on the Park Contact us for prices.

Adventures and excursions created by Celebrity.


Immerse yourself in each port of call and broaden your horizons in ways youd never have expected. Travel to the Waipoua Forest, where local Maori guides will take you on a guided walk of their sacred land, sandboard down the dunes of North Head on New Zealands Bay of Islands or browse Singapores shopping emporiums. Turning your holiday into something deeply personal, with special memories to treasure.

1) Milford Sound, New Zealand 2) Sydney Harbour, Australia 3) Katherine Gorge, Australia 4) Great Barrier Reef, Australia 5) Cable Beach, Broome, Australia

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For more information and details:

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

Australia &New Zealand itineraries.


Sydney to Auckland
12 Night Cruise

Sydney to Auckland
12 Night Cruise

Christmas in New Zealand


12 Night Cruise

Auckland to Sydney
12 Night Cruise

Auckland to Sydney
12 Night Cruise

New Zealand

13 Night Cruise

Celebrity Century

Celebrity Solstice
Sydney Melbourne

Celebrity Solstice

Celebrity Century

Celebrity Solstice

Celebrity Solstice

Sydney

Bay of Islands Auckland

Tauranga Napier

Auckland Tauranga Wellington Christchurch Dunedin

Sydney Melbourne Milford Sound Doubtful Sound Dusky Sound

Auckland Tauranga Wellington Christchurch Dunedin

Sydney Melbourne

Bay of Islands Auckland

Tauranga Napier

Sydney

Auckland

Tauranga

Sydney

Bay of Islands Auckland

Tauranga

Hobart

Milford Sound Doubtful Sound Dusky Sound

Wellington Christchurch Dunedin

Milford Sound Doubtful Sound Dusky Sound Tauranga

Dusky Sound Doubtful Sound Milford Sound

Wellington Christchurch Dunedin

Hobart

Dusky Sound Doubtful Sound Milford Sound

Wellington Christchurch Dunedin

Milford Sound Doubtful Sound Dusky Sound

Christchurch Dunedin

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Sydney, Australia At Sea Hobart, Australia At Sea At Sea Milford Sound, New Zealand Doubtful Sound, New Zealand Dusky Sound, New Zealand Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand Christchurch (Lyttelton), New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand Napier, New Zealand Tauranga, New Zealand Bay of Islands, New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand

Arrive Depart
Sail at 08:00 18:30 18:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 Sydney, Australia Sydney Australia At Sea Melbourne, Australia At Sea At Sea Milford Sound, New Zealand Doubtful Sound, New Zealand Dusky Sound, New Zealand Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand 9 Christchurch (Lyttelton), New Zealand 10 11 12 13 Wellington, New Zealand At Sea Tauranga, New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand

Arrive Depart
Embark pm Sail at 07:00 18:30 19:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 Sydney, Australia Sydney Australia At Sea Melbourne, Australia At Sea At Sea Milford Sound, New Zealand Doubtful Sound, New Zealand Dusky Sound, New Zealand Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand Christchurch (Lyttelton), New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand At Sea Tauranga, New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand

Arrive Depart
Embark pm Sail at 07:00 18:30 19:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 Auckland, New Zealand Bay of Islands, New Zealand Tauranga, New Zealand Napier, New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand Christchurch (Lyttelton), New Zealand 7 8 8 8 9 10 11 12 13 Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand Dusky Sound, New Zealand Doubtful Sound, New Zealand Milford Sound, New Zealand At Sea At Sea Melbourne, Australia At Sea Sydney, Australia

Arrive Depart
Sail at 07:00 06:00 12:00 09:00 08:00 07:00 18:30 17:00 17:00 18:00 18:00 17:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 Auckland, New Zealand Tauranga, New Zealand At Sea Wellington, New Zealand Christchurch (Lyttelton), New Zealand Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand 7 Dusky Sound, New Zealand Doubtful Sound, New Zealand Milford Sound, New Zealand At Sea At Sea Hobart, Australia At Sea Sydney, Australia Sydney, Australia

Arrive Depart
Sail at 08:00 08:00 08:00 07:00 20:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 17:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 5 5 6 7 8 Sydney, Australia Sydney Australia At Sea At Sea Milford Sound, New Zealand Doubtful Sound, New Zealand Dusky Sound, New Zealand Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand Christchurch (Lyttelton), New Zealand At Sea Tauranga, New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand Bay of Islands, New Zealand At Sea At Sea Sydney, Australia 9 10 11 12 13 14

Arrive Depart
Embark pm Sail at 16:00

Scenic cruising Scenic cruising Scenic cruising 09:00 08:00 08:00 07:00 08:30 08:00 07:00 18:00 18:00 17:00 13:00 18:00 18:00

6 7 7 7 8

Scenic cruising Scenic cruising Scenic cruising 09:00 08:00 18:00 18:00

Scenic cruising Scenic cruising Scenic cruising 09:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 06:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00

7 7 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Scenic cruising Scenic cruising Scenic cruising 09:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 06:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00

16:00 7 7 8 9 10

Scenic cruising Scenic cruising Scenic cruising

Scenic cruising Scenic cruising Scenic cruising

07:00 09:00

18:00

07:00 07:00 07:00

18:00 18:00 17:00

08:00 06:30

18:00

11 12 13

Disembark am

06:30

2011 Departure Dates: Nov 30 2012 Departure Dates: Jan 18*


* Departs Tauranga, New Zealand at 19:00

2013 Departure Dates: Jan 16 Mar 4

2012 Departure Dates: Dec 23

2011 Departure Dates: Dec 12 2012 Departure Dates: Jan 6*


* Times differ.

2013 Departure Dates: Jan 4 Mar 16*


*Hobart, Australia is replaced with Melbourne, Australia.

2012 Departure Dates: Dec 10

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 18 Jan 2012

Prices From $1,329 n/a n/a $3,649 $4,659

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 4 Mar 2013

Prices From $2,079 $2,499 $2,929 $3,239 $3,419 $4,219

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 23 Dec 2012

Prices From $2,399 $2,669 $3,359 $3,889 $4,109 $5,619

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 12 Dec 2011

Prices From $1,259 $1,759 $2,729 $3,019 $4,429

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 16 Mar 2013

Prices From $2,079 $2,499 $2,929 $3,239 $3,419 $4,219

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 10 Dec 2012

Prices From $2,249 $2,659 $3,189 $3,539 $3,739 $4,599

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels turn to page 28.

1) Auckland, New Zealand 2) Great Barrier Reef, Australia 3) Hobart, Tasmania 4) Milford Sound, New Zealand

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

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For more information and details:

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

Australia &New Zealand itineraries.


Queensland
11 Night Cruise

Australias Top End


18 Night Cruise

Australias Top End


17 Night Cruise

Australia & New Zealand


18 Night Cruise

Australia & New Zealand


18 Night Cruise

Circumnavigation of Australia
35 Night Cruise

Celebrity Solstice
Port Douglas Yorkeys Knob Whitsundays Willis Island

Celebrity Century
Benoa Darwin Broome Geraldton Fremantle Brisbane Sydney

Celebrity Solstice
Benoa Yorkeys Knob Darwin Port Hedland Brisbane Fremantle Sydney

Celebrity Century

Celebrity Solstice

Celebrity Solstice
Benoa Darwin Port Hedland Fremantle Esperance Adelaide Albany Hobart Milford Sound Dunedin Christchurch Yorkeys Knob Brisbane Auckland Sydney Tauranga

Yorkeys Knob
Fremantle Auckland Melbourne Tauranga Bunbury Sydney Adelaide Albany Dusky Sound Doubtful Sound Milford Sound Christchurch Dunedin Fremantle Esperance Adelaide Albany Hobart Auckland Tauranga Sydney

Brisbane Sydney

Christchurch Dunedin Dusky Sound Doubtful Sound Milford Sound

Day Ports of Call


Thu Sydney, Australia Fri Sat At Sea At Sea

Arrive Depart
Sail at 18:30

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 Perth (Fremantle), Australia Geraldton, Australia At Sea At Sea Broome, Australia At Sea Bali (Benoa), Indonesia At Sea At Sea Darwin, Australia At Sea At Sea At Sea Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia At Sea At Sea Brisbane, Australia At Sea Sydney, Australia

Arrive Depart
Sail at
08:00 17:00 17:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 Perth (Fremantle), Australia At Sea At Sea Port Hedland, Australia At Sea Bali (Benoa), Indonesia Bali (Benoa), Indonesia At Sea At Sea Darwin, Australia At Sea At Sea Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia At Sea At Sea Brisbane, Australia At Sea Sydney, Australia

Arrive Depart
Sail at 22:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 Auckland, New Zealand Tauranga, New Zealand At Sea

Arrive Depart
Sail at
08:00 17:00 19:30 18:00 16:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 7 8 Auckland, New Zealand Tauranga, New Zealand At Sea

Arrive Depart
Sail at 08:00 18:30 18:00 18:00 17:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7-8 9 - 10 11 12 13 14 15-16 17 18 19 20-21 22 23 24-25 26- 27 28 29-30 31 32-33 34 35 36 Auckland, New Zealand Tauranga, New Zealand At Sea Christchurch (Lyttelton), NZ Dunedin (Port Chalmers), NZ Milford, Doubtful, Dusky Sound, NZ At Sea Sydney, Australia (overnight) At Sea Hobart, Australia At Sea Adelaide, Australia At Sea Esperance, Australia Albany, Australia Perth (Fremantle), Australia At Sea Port Hedland, Australia At Sea Bali (Benoa), Indonesia (overnight) At Sea Darwin, Australia At Sea Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia At Sea Brisbane, Australia At Sea Sydney, Australia

Arrive Depart
Sail at 08:00 18:30 18:00

Sun Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia Mon Port Douglas, Australia Tue Willis Island (cruising), Australia Wed Whitsundays, Australia Thu At Sea Fri Sat Brisbane, Australia At Sea

10:00 08:00 07:00 08:00 09:00

20:00 18:00 17:00 18:00

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

08:00 08:00

16:00

4 5

Christchurch (Lyttelton), New Zealand 07:00 Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand Dusky Sound, New Zealand Doubtful Sound, New Zealand Milford Sound, New Zealand At Sea At Sea Sydney, Australia Sydney, Australia At Sea Melbourne, Australia At Sea Adelaide, Australia At Sea At Sea Albany, Australia Bunbury, Australia Perth (Fremantle), Australia 07:00 10:00 07:00 08:00 07:00 09:30 07:00

Christchurch (Lyttelton), New Zealand 07:00 Dunedin (Port Chalmers), New Zealand Dusky Sound, New Zealand Doubtful Sound, New Zealand Milford Sound, New Zealand At Sea At Sea Sydney, Australia Sydney, Australia At Sea Hobart, Australia At Sea Adelaide, Australia At Sea At Sea

07:00 08:00

16:00 20:00

5 6 7 8 9

07:00

07:00 18:00 07:00 17:00 Scenic cruising 09:30 07:00 08:00 07:00 07:00 06:30 08:00 08:00 07:00 07:00 07:00 06:30 18:30 16:30 18:00 17:00 13:00 22:00 16:00 18:00 16:00 19:00 18:00

Scenic cruising

18:00

6 6 6

Scenic cruising Scenic cruising Scenic cruising

Scenic cruising Scenic cruising Scenic cruising

07:00

18:00

10 11 12 13

07:00

16:00

7 8 9

Sun Sydney, Australia Mon Sydney, Australia

Disembark am

9 18:30 19:00 18:00 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17:00 18:00

09:30 18:30 07:00 08:00 16:30 18:00

07:00

19:00

10 11 12

07:00

18:00

14 15 16

07:00 06:30

18:00

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

07:00 06:30

18:00

17 18

17 18 19

Esperance, Australia Albany, Australia Perth (Fremantle), Australia

07:00 07:00 06:30

17:00 13:00

2013 Departure Dates: Mar 28

2012 Departure Dates: Feb 17

2013 Departure Dates: Feb 15

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 30

2013 Departure Dates: Jan 28

Departure Dates: 2012: Jan 30* 2013: Jan 28


* Cruise is 36 nights on Celebrity Century. Ports of call and times differ.
Prices From $6,599 $7,259 $8,809 $9,929 $10,489 $13,379

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 28 Mar 2013

Prices From $1,939 $2,249 $2,859 $3,299 $3,489 $4,319

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 17 Feb 2012

Prices From $2,139 $2,539 n/a $3,249 $3,799

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 15 Feb 2013

Prices From $3,199 $3,599 $4,349 $4,949 $5,229 $6,609

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 30 Jan 2012

Prices From $2,099 $2,699 n/a $4,299 $6,509

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 28 Jan 2013

Prices From $3,399 $3,659 $4,459 $4,979 $5,259 $6,769

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 28 Jan 2013

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels turn to page 28.

Consecutive cruise. See pages 76-79 for details. Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

1) Broome, Australia 2) The Kimberley, Australia 3) New Zealand 4) Milford Sound, New Zealand

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For more information and details:

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

Middle East &Asia itineraries.


Southeast Asia
14 Night Cruise

Sydney to Singapore
17 Night Cruise
Singapore Hong Kong Benoa Darwin Yorkeys Knob Whitsundays Brisbane Newcastle Sydney

Sydney to Hong Kong


31 Night Cruise
Halong Bay Sydney Newcastle Laem Chabang Brisbane Whitsundays Singapore

Singapore to Sydney
16 Night Cruise
Singapore

Dubai to Sydney
28 Night Cruise
Dubai Muscat Cochin Port Kelang Singapore Benoa Darwin

Barcelona to Sydney
44 Night Cruise
Barcelona Alexandria Aqaba Dubai Safaga Muscat Cochin Port Kelang Singapore Benoa Darwin

Celebrity Millennium

Celebrity Millennium

Celebrity Millennium
Chan May Hong Kong Halong Bay Chan May Hong Kong Phu My Darwin Yorkeys Knob Whitsundays Brisbane Newcastle Sydney Arrive Depart
Sail at 08:00 08:00 08:00 10:00 17:00 17:00 17:00 17:00 15:00 10:00 08:00 07:00 14:00 10:00 19:00 07:00 18:00 07:00 13:00 18:00 22:00 07:00 Disembark am 19:00 18:00

Celebrity Solstice

Celebrity Solstice

Celebrity Solstice

Halong Bay Laem Chabang

Benoa

Chan May Phu My Singapore

Darwin

Yorkeys Knob Benoa Darwin Benoa Singapore Laem Chabang Phu My Day Ports of Call
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-10 11 12-13 14 15-16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Yorkeys Knob Brisbane Sydney Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Singapore Singapore At Sea At Sea Bali (Benoa), Indonesia At Sea At Sea Darwin, Australia At Sea At Sea At Sea Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia At Sea At Sea Brisbane, Australia At Sea Sydney, Australia 06:30 07:00 18:00 08:00 20:00 07:00 22:00 07:00 19:00

Yorkeys Knob Brisbane Sydney Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4-6 7 8 12 13 14 17 20 24 27 28 29 Dubai, UAE Dubai, UAE Muscat, Oman At Sea Cochin, India Cochin, India Kuala Lumpur (Port Kelang), Malaysia 10:00 Singapore Singapore Bali (Benoa), Indonesia Darwin, Australia Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia Brisbane, Australia At Sea Sydney, Australia

Yorkeys Knob Brisbane Sydney

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Singapore Singapore At Sea Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand At Sea

Arrive Depart
Embark pm Sail at 10:00 19:00 14:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sydney, Australia Newcastle, Australia At Sea Brisbane, Australia At Sea Whitsundays, Australia Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia At Sea At Sea Darwin, Australia At Sea At Sea Bali (Benoa), Indonesia At Sea At Sea Singapore Singapore

Arrive Depart
Sail at
08:00 08:00 08:00 10:00 15:00 17:00 17:00 17:00 17:00

Arrive Depart
Embark pm Sail at 18:00

Arrive Depart
Embark pm Sail at 08:00 07:00 15:00 18:00 18:00 07:00 07:00 08:00 07:00 06:30 19:00 22:00 20:00 18:00 13:00 18:00

Day Ports of Call


1 2-4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-16 17 18 19 20-22 23 24 25-27 28 29 30 31-32 33 34-35 36 37-39 40 41-42 43 44 45 Barcelona, Spain At Sea Alexandria, Egypt Alexandria, Egypt Suez Canal (Passage) Safaga, Egypt Safaga, Egypt Aqaba, Jordan At Sea Dubai, UAE Dubai, UAE Muscat, Oman At Sea Cochin, India Cochin, India At Sea Kuala Lumpur (Port Kelang), Malaysia Singapore Singapore At Sea Bali (Benoa), Indonesia At Sea Darwin, Australia At Sea Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia At Sea Brisbane, Australia At Sea Sydney, Australia

Arrive Depart
Sail at 06:00 06:00 08:00 07:00 06:00 08:00 07:00 15:00 10:00 07:00 18:00 18:00 07:00 07:00 08:00 07:00 06:30 19:00 22:00 20:00 18:00 13:00 18:00 18:00 20:00 20:00 18:00 18:00

Ho Chi Minh City (Phu My), Vietnam 07:00 Ho Chi Minh City (Phu My), Vietnam At Sea Hue/Danang (Chan May), Vietnam Hanoi (Halong Bay), Vietnam Hanoi (Halong Bay), Vietnam At Sea Hong Kong, China Hong Kong, China

18:00 07:00 13:00 22:00 07:00 Disembark am 18:00

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

10:00

19:00

08:00

18:00

07:00 Disembark am

2012 Departure Dates: Dec 9 2013 Departure Dates: Feb 3, 17* Mar 3, 17*
* Cruise operates in reverse and times vary. A similar cruise operates in reverse on 23 Dec 2012.
Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 9 Dec 2012 Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels turn to page 28. Prices From $1,819 $2,049 $2,429 $2,629 $2,819 $3,619

2012 Departure Dates: Nov 22

Sydney, Australia Newcastle, Australia At Sea Brisbane, Australia At Sea Whitsundays, Australia Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia Cairns (Yorkey's Knob), Australia At Sea Darwin, Australia At Sea Bali (Benoa), Indonesia At Sea Singapore Singapore Singapore At Sea Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand At Sea Ho Chi Minh City (Phu My), Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City (Phu My), Vietnam At Sea Hue/Danang (Chan May), Vietnam Hanoi (Halong Bay), Vietnam Hanoi (Halong Bay), Vietnam At Sea Hong Kong, China Hong Kong, China

9-11 At Sea

07:00

15-16 At Sea 18-19 At Sea 21-23 At Sea 25-26 At Sea

2012 Departure Dates: Nov 23

2012 Departure Dates: Nov 11


Dubai to Singapore 12 night cruise also available departing 11 Nov 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Oct 26

2012 Departure Dates: Nov 22


Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 22 Nov 2012 Consecutive cruise. See pages 76-79 for details. Prices From $2,279 $2,519 $2,939 $3,139 $3,329 $4,139 Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 22 Nov 2012 Prices From $4,099 $4,569 $5,369 $5,769 $6,149 $7,759 Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 23 Nov 2012 Prices From $2,659 $2,959 $3,469 $3,859 $4,079 $4,949 Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 11 Nov 2012 Prices From $4,569 $5,079 $6,019 $6,689 $7,049 $8,919

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClassSM Suite Prices based on 26 Oct 2012

Prices From $6,909 $7,709 $9,149 $10,149 $10,689 $13,449

1) Thailand 2) Japan 3) Sydney Opera House, Australia 4) Vietnam

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

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Victoria

Nanaimo Vancouver Seattle FRENCH POLYNESIA Papeete Bora Bora Moorea

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

For more information and details:

San Francisco Monterey Catalina Island San Diego

Noumea Sydney

Suva

Pago Pago Nawiliwili HAWAII Lahaina Hilo Mount Kilauea

Auckland

Bay of Islands Tauranga

Honolulu

San Diego Ensenada

Kailua Kona

West Coast &Hawaii ports of call & itineraries.


Hawaii & Tahiti
29 Night Cruise

USA West Coast Wine Cruise


8 Night Cruise

USA West Coast Wine Cruise


10 Night Cruise
Day Ports of Call
Tue Vancouver, British Columbia Wed Nanaimo, British Columbia Thu Victoria, British Columbia Fri Seattle, Washington Sat At Sea Sun San Francisco, California Mon San Francisco, California Tue Monterey, California Wed At Sea Thu Catalina Island, California Fri San Diego, California

Hawaii
13 Night Cruise

Hawaii
15 Night Cruise

South Pacific
19 Night Cruise

Celebrity
Fri

Millennium

Celebrity Century

Celebrity Century
Day Ports of Call
Fri Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii Sat Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii Sun Kauai (Nawiliwili), Hawaii Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii Mon Tue Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii Wed Kailua Kona, Hawaii Thu Hilo, Hawaii Fri At Sea Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon At Sea Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu Ensenada, Mexico

Celebrity Century
Day Ports of Call
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 San Diego, California At Sea At Sea At Sea At Sea At Sea Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii Kailua Kona, Hawaii Mount Kilauea - Evening Sail Hilo, Hawaii At Sea At Sea At Sea At Sea Ensenada, Mexico San Diego, California

Celebrity Solstice
Day Ports of Call
1 4 9 10 11 12 18 19 20 21 22 23 23 24 30 Sydney, Australia Noumea, New Caledonia International dateline Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia Moorea, French Polynesia Bora Bora, French Polynesia Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii Kailua Kona, Hawaii Mount Kilauea - Evening Sail Hilo, Hawaii Ensenada, Mexico 2-3 At Sea 5-8 At Sea

Celebrity Millennium
Day Ports of Call
Fri Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii Sat Hilo, Hawaii Sun At Sea Mon At Sea Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu At Sea Fri Pago Pago, American Samoa Sat At Sea Sun International Dateline Mon Suva, Fiji Tue At Sea Wed Solar Eclipse (cruising) Thu At Sea Fri Tauranga, New Zealand Sat Auckland, New Zealand Sun Bay of Islands, New Zealand Mon At Sea Tue At Sea Wed Sydney, Australia Thu Sydney, Australia

Lahaina, Maui,Hawaii The most prominent feature of Maui is Haleakala, the worlds largest dormant volcano. You might also witness one of natures greatest spectacles: the annual migration (between December and March), of humpback whales returning to their winter feeding grounds. Moorea, Tahiti, French Polynesia Moorea is a unique volcanic island surrounded by languid lagoons and both white and black sand beaches. Youll certainly want to explore the reefs that ring the island, either by snorkel or kayak, or check out the bay where Captain Cook rst dropped anchor on his way to discovering this paradise. You can also travel inland to the magnicent Afareaitu Falls. San Francisco, California One of the worlds most exciting and eclectic cities, San Francisco offers visitors a wealth of possibilities iconic landmarks like Fishermans Wharf, Lombard Street, and Alcatraz Island, as well as man-made wonders, like the Golden Gate Bridge. But there are also nods to its past, like the cable cars on Powell Street.

Day Ports of Call


Vancouver, British Columbia Sat Nanaimo, British Columbia Sun Victoria, British Columbia Mon At Sea Tue San Francisco, California Wed San Francisco, California Thu Monterey, California Fri At Sea Sat San Diego, California

13-17 At Sea

Wine Cruise & Hawaii Shore Excursions Include:


Imiloa Astronomy Centre & Essence of Hilo Hilo, Hawaii Diamond Head Crater Summit Trek Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii Kohala Waterfalls Adventure Kailua Kona, Hawaii Cowichan Valley Grand Wine Tour Nanaimo, British Columbia Alcatraz Island & Sausalito San Francisco, California

25-29 At Sea

2012 Departure Dates: Sep 14

2012 Departure Dates: Sep 25


A similar 8 night cruise departs 5 May 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Mar 23


A similar 11 night cruise on Celebrity Millennium departs 22 Oct 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Apr 5, 20 Oct 5*, 20^ Nov 4^, 19 2013 Departure Dates: Feb 2, 17^ Mar 4, 19^
*Ports differ. ^ Port order differs.

2013 Departure Dates: Apr 8

2012 Departure Dates: Nov 2

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
SM

Prices From $1,119 $1,269 $1,529 $1,689 $1,789 $2,499

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 25 Sep 2012

Prices From $1,179 $1,409 $1,559 $1,599 $2,179

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 23 Mar 2012

Prices From $1,409 $1,569 $1,979 $2,079 $3,299

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 20 Oct 2012

Prices From $1,779 $2,249 $2,619 $2,819 $3,509

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
SM

Prices From $4,319 $4,849 $5,789 $6,419 $6,749 $8,809

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
SM

Prices From $2,559 $2,839 $3,349 $3,589 $3,779 n/a

Prices based on 14 Sep 2012

Prices based on 8 Apr 2013

Prices based on 2 Nov 2012

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels visit www.celebritycruises.com.

Land-based Canadian Rockies and Whistler Cruisetours available, please turn to page 17 for more information.

Consecutive cruise. See pages 76-79 for details.

1) Hawaii

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

San Diego

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Miami CaboSan Lucas Puerto Vallarta Acapulco Puerto Quetzal

Fort Lauderdale

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

For more information and details:

Clon Puntarenas

Cartagena

Panama Canal

Panama Canal ports of call & itineraries.


Westbound Panama Canal
15 Night Cruise

Eastbound Panama Canal


15 Night Cruise

Westbound Panama Canal


15 Night Cruise

Eastbound Panama Canal


15 Night Cruise

Westbound Panama Canal


15 Night Cruise

Eastbound Panama Canal


15 Night Cruise
Day Ports of Call
Sat San Diego, California Sun At Sea Mon Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Tue Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Wed At Sea Thu At Sea Fri Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala Sat At Sea Sun Puntarenas, Costa Rica Mon At Sea Tue Panama Canal (cruising) Wed Clon, Panama Thu Cartagena, Colombia Fri At Sea Sat At Sea Sun Miami, Florida

Celebrity
Day Ports of Call
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Century

Celebrity
Day Ports of Call
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Century

Celebrity
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Infinity

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Millennium

Celebrity Millennium

Cartagena, Colombia The old city of Cartagena projects the feel of a picture-perfect, Spanish colonial village with cathedrals like Iglesia de Santo Domingo dominating the skyline. Las Bvedas, the old military dungeons, have been converted to shops, and the string of old fortresses provide great vantage points from which to enjoy the harbour. Huatulco, Mexico If there were a beaten path in Mexico, Huatulco would be about as far from it as you could get. As you walk along one of 30 beaches, many of them deserted, dont forget to turn your gaze inland toward the majestic Sierra Madre del Sur. Puntarenas, Costa Rica Located on the Pacic Coast of Costa Rica, Puntarenas is a great place to see native wildlife such as the scarlet macaw and the capuchin monkey. The regions volcanic terrain and rainforest environment attract travellers from around the world.

Day Ports of Call


Mon Miami, Florida Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu Cartagena, Colombia Fri Clon, Panama Sat Panama Canal (cruising) Sun At Sea Mon Puntarenas, Costa Rica Tue At Sea Wed Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala Thu At Sea Fri Acapulco, Mexico Sat At Sea Sun Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Mon At Sea Tue San Diego, California

San Diego, California At Sea Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Puerto Vallarta, Mexico At Sea At Sea Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala At Sea Puntarenas, Costa Rica At Sea Panama Canal (cruising) Clon, Panama Cartagena, Colombia At Sea At Sea Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Fort Lauderdale, Florida At Sea At Sea Cartagena, Colombia Clon, Panama Panama Canal (cruising) At Sea Puntarenas, Costa Rica At Sea Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala At Sea At Sea Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Cabo San Lucas, Mexico At Sea San Diego, California

Tue San Diego, California Wed At Sea Thu Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Fri At Sea Sat Acapulco, Mexico Sun At Sea Mon Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala Tue At Sea Wed Puntarenas, Costa Rica Thu At Sea Fri Panama Canal (cruising) Sat Clon, Panama Sun Cartagena, Colombia Mon At Sea Tue At Sea Wed Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Mon Fort Lauderdale, Florida Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu Cartagena, Colombia Fri Clon, Panama Sat Panama Canal (cruising) Sun At Sea Mon Puntarenas, Costa Rica Tue At Sea Wed Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala Thu At Sea Fri Acapulco, Mexico Sat At Sea Sun Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Mon At Sea Tue San Diego, California

Panama Canal Shore Excursions Include:


Acapulco Bay Cruise &Cliff Divers Acapulco, Mexico Sea Kayaking Eco Adventure Cabo San Lucas, Mexico Stingray City Sandbar Swim &Snorkel George Town Grand Cayman Baldi Hot Springs Resort and Arenal Volcano Puntarenas, Costa Rica

2012 Departure Dates: Dec 4 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 3

2012 Departure Dates: Dec 19 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 18

2012 Departure Dates: Apr 10 Oct 23* Nov 22*


* Ports differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Mar 26 Oct 8* Nov 7*


* Ports differ.

2012 Departure Dates: May 12 Oct 7*


* Ports differ.

2012 Departure Dates: Sep 22

Alcatraz Island & Sausalito San Francisco, California Bacardi Rum Distillery San Juan, Puerto Rico

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 4 Dec 2012

Prices From $1,669 $1,949 $2,509 $2,759 $3,169

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 18 Jan 2013

Prices From $1,819 $2,099 $2,759 $2,999 $3,319

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,789 $2,069 $2,529 $2,779 $2,919 $3,609

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,789 $2,069 $2,529 $2,779 $2,919 $3,609

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,669 $1,959 $2,609 $2,969 $3,059 $3,769

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,779 $2,099 $2,699 $2,859 $2,899 $4,019

Prices based on 23 Oct 2012

Prices based on 8 Oct 2012

Prices based on 12 May 2012

Prices based on 22 Sep 2012

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels visit www.celebritycruises.com.

1) Toucan, Panama

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

Fort Lauderdale

THE AMERICAS & TRANSTLANTIC SOUTH AMERICA CRUISES


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Manta Lima Arica

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

For more information and details:

LaSerena Valparaso

Buenos Aires Montevideo Punta Del Este Puerto Madryn

Elephant Island

Puerto Montt

Punta Arenas

Ushuaia Cape Horn

Port Stanley

Paradise Bay

South America ports of call & itineraries.


14 Night Cruise

South America & Canal


15 Night Cruise

Canal & South America


15 Night Cruise

Buenos Aires to Valparaso


13 Night Cruise

Buenos Aires to Valparaso Infinity

Valparaso to Buenos Aires


14 Night Cruise

Antarctic
14 Night Cruise

Celebrity
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Infinity

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Celebrity
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Sun Buenos Aires, Argentina Mon At Sea Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu Ushuaia, Argentina Fri Cape Horn, Chile Sat Schollart Channel, Antarctica Sat Paradise Bay, Antarctica Sat Gerlache Straight Sun Elephant Island, Antarctica Mon At Sea Tue Port Stanley, Falkland Islands Wed At Sea Thu Puerto Madryn, Argentina Fri At Sea Sat Montevideo, Uruguay Sun Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina If only one word could be used to describe this vibrant and richly cosmopolitan city, it would be mosaic. Stroll along broad thoroughfares, like the Plaza de Mayo, where famed rst lady Evita Pern led fervent crowds to petition for her husbands release from prison. Be sure to visit Pirmide de Mayo, the oldest of the citys many national monuments. Manta, Ecuador This port city affords the visitor unprecedented access to ancient Manta culture. A short jaunt from the port lies the Baha de Manta. There youll nd the Parque Nacional Machalilla, with its cloud forest, archeological sites, and colonies of nesting seabirds. Paradise Bay, Antarctica The name aptly reects the stunning beauty youll nd here, just as the clear waters beautifully reect spectacular mountains such as Rojas Peak, Bryde Peak, and the Petzvol Glacier. Within these waters we may see Minke whales feeding, or Gentoo penguins curiously observing us from the rocky shores. Cruisetours available: 17-20 Night Cruisetours on Celebrity Infinity 3 & 5 Night pre- or post-cruise Machu Picchu, and Buenos Aires and Igazu Falls Land Tours with 13 or 14 Night Buenos Aires to Valparaso Cruises, 14 Night Valparaso to Buenos Aires Cruise, 14 Night Antarctic Cruise on Celebrity Innity, or 15 Night South America and Canal Cruise.

Sun Valparaso, Chile Mon La Serena (Coquimbo), Chile Tue At Sea Wed Arica, Chile Thu At Sea Fri Lima (Callao), Peru Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon Manta, Ecuador Tue At Sea Wed Panama Canal (cruising) Thu Coln, Panama Fri Cartagena, Colombia Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon Cartagena, Colombia Tue Coln, Panama Wed Panama Canal (cruising) Thu At Sea Fri Manta, Ecuador Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon Lima (Callao), Peru Tue At Sea Wed Arica, Chile Thu At Sea Fri La Serena (Coquimbo), Chile Sat Valparaso, Chile

Mon Buenos Aires, Argentina Tue Montevideo, Uruguay Wed Punta Del Este, Uruguay Thu At Sea Fri Puerto Madryn, Argentina Sat At Sea Sun Cape Horn, Chile Mon Ushuaia, Argentina Tue Punta Arenas, Chile Wed Straits Of Magellan Thu Chilean Fjords Fri Puerto Montt, Chile Sat At Sea Sun Valparaso, Chile

Sun Buenos Aires, Argentina Mon Buenos Aires, Argentina Tue Montevideo, Uruguay Wed Punta Del Este, Uruguay Thu At Sea Fri Puerto Madryn, Argentina Sat At Sea Sun Cape Horn, Chile Mon Ushuaia, Argentina Tue Punta Arenas, Chile Wed Straits Of Magellan Thu Chilean Fjords Fri Puerto Montt, Chile Sat At Sea Sun Valparaso, Chile

Valparaso, Chile At Sea Puerto Montt, Chile Chilean Fjords Straits Of Magellan Punta Arenas, Chile Ushuaia, Argentina Cape Horn, Chile At Sea Puerto Madryn, Argentina At Sea Punta Del Este, Uruguay Montevideo, Uruguay Buenos Aires, Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina

South America Shore Excursions Include:


2012 Departure Dates: Mar 11 2012 Departure Dates: Dec 7 2012 Departure Dates: Jan 2 2012 Departure Dates: Jan 29 Feb 26 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 6 Mar 3 2012 Departure Dates: Jan 15 Feb 12 Dec 22* 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 20 Mar 17
* Cruise is 15 nights.

2013 Departure Dates: Feb 3, 17

Full Day Pachacamac Oracle Temple, Archeological Museum & Peruvian Paso Horses Lima (Callao), Peru Pacoche Tropical Cloud Forest & Coastal Ecuador Manta, Ecuador

Maullin River Fly Fishing Puerto Montt, Chile Seawolves Island Punta Del Este, Uruguay Beagle Channel Navigation & National Park Ushuaia, Argentina

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $2,449 $2,729 n/a $4,409 $4,089 $6,259

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,659 $1,849 $2,169 $2,269 $2,499 $3,949

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,859 $1,929 $2,699 $2,919 $2,999 $4,599

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,919 $2,289 $2,849 $3,049 $3,279 $5,179

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,869 $2,239 $2,799 $2,999 $3,229 $5,129

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $2,069 $2,339 $2,949 $3,039 $3,369 $5,179

Prices based on 11 Mar 2012

Prices based on 7 Dec 2012

Prices based on 2 Jan 2012

Prices based on 3 Mar 2013

Prices based on 17 Mar 2013

Prices based on 17 Feb 2013

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels visit www.celebritycruises.com.

1) Lady in traditional dress, Peru

Land-based Machu Picchu, and Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls Cruisetours available, please turn to page 17 for more information.

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

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Le Havre

Toulon Barcelona New Jersey Ponta Delgada Lisbon Cadiz

Livorno Civitavecchia

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

For more information and details:

Palma De Mallorca Cartagena Mlaga

Tenerife Miami Fort Lauderdale

Transatlantic ports of call & itineraries.


Transatlantic, Westbound
15 Night Cruise
Day Ports of Call
Fri Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Sat Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy Sun Provence (Toulon), France Mon Barcelona, Spain Tue Palma De Mallorca, Spain Wed At Sea Thu At Sea Fri Tenerife, Canary Islands Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon At Sea Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu At Sea Fri At Sea Sat Miami, Florida

Transatlantic, Westbound
13 Night Cruise
Day Ports of Call
Sun Barcelona, Spain Mon Palma De Mallorca, Spain Tue At Sea Wed Mlaga, Spain Thu At Sea Fri Tenerife, Canary Islands Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon At Sea Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu At Sea Fri At Sea Sat Miami, Florida

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Transatlantic, Westbound
13 Night Cruise

Transatlantic, Eastbound
14 Night Cruise
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Mon Fort Lauderdale, Florida Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu At Sea Fri At Sea Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon Ponta Delgada, Azores Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu Cartagena, Spain Fri Barcelona, Spain Sat Provence (Toulon), France Sun Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy Mon Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Celebrity Reflection

Celebrity Silhouette
Day Ports of Call
Sun Cape Liberty, Bayonne, New Jersey Mon At Sea Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu At Sea Fri At Sea Sat At Sea Sun Lisbon, Portugal Mon Seville (Cadiz), Spain Tue At Sea Wed Barcelona, Spain Thu Provence (Toulon), France Fri Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy Sat Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

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Mlaga, Spain Mlaga is the gateway to the Andalusian countryside and the Costa del Sol, boasting some of the regions most impressive beaches. Its also home to a number of magnicent palaces, including the Moorish Alcabaza and Gibralfaro. Ponta Delgada, Azores Formed from the peaks of a vast underwater volcanic mountain range, Ponta Delgada on the island of So Miguel is considered by many to be the most important city in the Azores. Volcanic craters, gardens and lakes abound in this beautiful city. But take time to experience the culinary delight of sugar beet, Ponta Delgadas most famous export. Tenerife, Canary Islands The largest island in the Canaries is dominated by 12,198-foot Mount Teide. Its delicious cuisine features locally grown fruits (banana, mango, and papaya) and fresh caught sh. Clean, sandy beaches offer windsurng, surng, snorkelling and diving.

Sun Fort Lauderdale, Florida Mon At Sea Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu At Sea Fri At Sea Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon Tenerife, Canary Islands Tue At Sea Wed Lisbon, Portugal Thu Seville (Cadiz), Spain Fri Mlaga, Spain Sat At Sea Sun Barcelona, Spain

Sat Southampton, England Sun Paris/Normandy (Le Havre), France Mon Cherbourg, France Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu Ponta Delgada, Azores Fri At Sea Sat At Sea Sun At Sea Mon At Sea Tue At Sea Wed At Sea Thu At Sea Fri Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Transatlantic Shore Excursions Include:


Journey to Murcia Cartagena, Spain Cinque Terre Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy Explore Lisbon From The River Lisbon, Portugal Calderers & Drach Caves Palma De Mallorca, Spain

2012 Departure Dates: Nov 18

2012 Departure Dates: Apr 22

2012 Departure Dates: Apr 15

2012 Departure Dates: Nov 30


A similar 15 night cruise on Celebrity Silhouette departs 1 Dec 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Oct 27


A similar 13 night cruise departs 21 Apr 2012.

2012 Departure Dates: Apr 16


A similar 14 night cruise departs 26 Nov 2012.

Dolphin & Whale Watching Ponta Delgada, Azores Aix and Cezanne Provence (Toulon), France

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,099 $1,299 $1,449 $1,649 $1,889 $3,049

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,299 $1,469 $1,569 $1,829 $2,119 $3,389

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,279 $1,489 $1,639 $1,829 $2,079 $3,269

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class Suite Prices based on 30 Nov 2012

Prices From $1,199 $1,399 $1,889 $2,149 $3,239

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,339 $1,479 $1,569 $1,869 $2,059 $3,239

Stateroom Category Interior Ocean View Balcony Concierge Class AquaClass Suite
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Prices From $1,279 $1,529 $1,679 $1,869 $2,119 $3,309

Prices based on 18 Nov 2012

Prices based on 22 Apr 2012

Prices based on 15 Apr 2012

Prices based on 27 Oct 2012

Prices based on 16 Apr 2012

Pre and post cruise hotels available. For more details on our Cruise &Stay hotels visit www.celebritycruises.com.

1) Lisbon, Portugal

Prices are per person in Australian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

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Isla Santiago Isla Fernandina Isla Baltra Isla Santa Cruz Isla Isabela Isla San Cristobal

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

For more information and details:

Isla Floreana Isla Espanola

Galapagos Islands itineraries.


Galapagos Islands - A
7 Night Cruise

Galapagos Islands &Machu Picchu


13 Night Fly/Cruise

Galapagos Islands
11 Night Fly/Cruise

Galapagos Islands
10 Night Fly/Cruise

Galapagos Islands - B
7 Night Cruise

Celebrity
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Fri

Xpedition

Celebrity
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Fri

Xpedition

Celebrity
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Fri

Xpedition

Celebrity
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Xpedition

Celebrity Xpedition
Day Ports of Call
Sun Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Daphne Island (Galapagos) Mon Puerto Egas (Santiago) Mon Rabida (Galapagos) Tue Caleta Tagus (Isabela) Tue Mangle Point (Fernandina) Wed Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Wed Bartolome Island (Santiago) Thu Las Bachas (Santa Cruz) Thu North Seymour (Galapagos) Fri Fri Fri P. Baquerizo (San Cristobal) Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal) Kicker Rock (San Cristobal)

Arrive in Quito, Ecuador. Transfer to hotel (overnight stay)

Arrive in Quito, Ecuador. Transfer to hotel (overnight stay)

Arrive in Quito, Ecuador. Transfer to hotel (overnight stay)

Sun Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Daphne Island (Galapagos) Mon Gardner Bay (Espanola) Mon Punta Suarez (Espanola) Tue Cormorant Point (Floreana) Tue Bahia Post Office (Floreana) Wed Punta Moreno (Isabela) Wed Urvina Bay (Isabela) Thu Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela) Thu Punta Espinoza (Fernandina) Fri Fri South Plaza (Santa Cruz) Santa Fe Island (Galapagos)

The Galapagos Experience Celebrity is the only major cruise line to sail to the Galapagos, with itineraries offered year-round on our 94-guest mega yacht, Celebrity Xpedition. Youll find the atmosphere aboard luxurious, yet easygoing, with open seating for all meals and a casual dress code. All you need to do is relax and focus on the natural wonders that surround you. Truly All-Inclusive Join us on a voyage of discovery where we provide virtually everything youll need including*: A  ll beverages bottled water; wine, beer & spirits; tea, coffee, espresso and cappuccino service.  All meals plus room service and in-stateroom dining during meal hours.  All shore excursions with choices of activity levels and locations.  All snorkelling equipment masks, snorkels, fins, wetsuits and flotation devices.  Park entrance and Galapagos Tourist Card fees.  Pre- and post-cruise hotel accommodations and tours on packages of 10 nights and over.  All transfers and air to/from Quito and Baltra on packages of 10 nights and over. All gratuities. Access to the Experts A team of highly qualified naturalist guides accompanies every sailing, sharing their deep knowledge of this archipelago. Together, youll explore each island on your itinerary, trekking over the black lava rocks where marine iguanas sun themselves in order to raise their body temperatures. Well introduce you to Galapagos tortoises, sea turtles, and more. Back onboard, your education continues with presentations on the fauna and flora youve seen, and what lies ahead. As youd expect, Celebrity Xpedition is optimised to meet the highest levels of environmental stewardship, ensuring we leave these islands untouched for future generations. Extend Your Experience To create a truly comprehensive Galapagos adventure, you can combine your cruise with pre- and post-cruise land journeys through Quito, Ecuador, Lima and Cuzco, Peru, including the Sacred Valley of the Incas and the legendary ruins of Machu Picchu.
* Charge applies for: internet access; laundry; massage services; scuba diving; select spirits, aperitifs and wines.

Sat Quito City Tour (overnight stay) Sun Fly Quito, Ecuador/Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Daphne Island (Galapagos) Mon Puerto Egas (Santiago) Mon Rabida (Galapagos) Tue Caleta Tagus (Isabela) Tue Mangle Point (Fernandina) Wed Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Wed Bartolome Island (Santiago) Thu Las Bachas (Santa Cruz) Thu North Seymour (Galapagos) Fri Fri Fri P. Baquerizo (San Cristobal) Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal) Kicker Rock (San Cristobal)

Sat Quito City Tour (overnight stay) Sun Fly Quito, Ecuador/Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Daphne Island (Galapagos) Mon Puerto Egas (Santiago) Mon Rabida (Galapagos) Tue Caleta Tagus (Isabela) Tue Mangle Point (Fernandina) Wed Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Wed Bartolome Island (Santiago) Thu Las Bachas (Santa Cruz) Thu North Seymour (Galapagos) Fri Fri Fri P. Baquerizo (San Cristobal) Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal) Kicker Rock (San Cristobal)

Sat Quito City Tour (overnight stay) Sun Fly Quito, Ecuador/Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Daphne Island (Galapagos) Mon Puerto Egas (Santiago) Mon Rabida (Galapagos) Tue Caleta Tagus (Isabela) Tue Mangle Point (Fernandina) Wed Sullivan Bay (Santiago) Wed Bartolome Island (Santiago) Thu Las Bachas (Santa Cruz) Thu North Seymour (Galapagos) Fri Fri Fri P. Baquerizo (San Cristobal) Cerro Brujo (San Cristobal) Kicker Rock (San Cristobal)

Sat Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz) Sun Baltra (Galapagos)

Sat Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz) Sun Baltra (Galapagos)

Sat Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz) Sun Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Fly Baltra (Galapagos)/Guayaquil, Ecuador Sun Fly Guayaquil, Ecuador/Lima, Peru (overnight stay) Mon Fly Lima, Peru/Cuzco, Peru Mon Transfer to hotel, Tour of Cuzco (overnight stay) Tue Tour of Sacred Valley, (overnight stay in Cuzco) Wed Transfer to Hiram Bingham Train. Tour of Macchu Picchu Wed Return to Cuzco on Bingham Train Wed overnight stay in Cuzco Thu Transfer to airport for flight to Lima, followed by Lima city tour

Sat Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz) Sun Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Fly Baltra (Galapagos)/Quito, Ecuador (overnight stay) Mon Overnight stay in Quito, Ecuador Tue Quito, Ecuador

Sat Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz) Sun Baltra (Galapagos) Sun Fly Baltra (Galapagos)/Quito, Ecuador (overnight stay) Mon Quito, Ecuador

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 8, 22 Feb 5, 19 Mar 4, 18 Apr 1, 15 May 13, 27 Jun 10, 24 Jul 8, 22 Aug 5, 19 Sep 30 Oct 28 Nov 11, 25 Dec 9, 23 2013 Departure Dates: 2012 Departure Dates: Jan 6, 13, 20, 27 Feb 3, 10, 17, 24 Mar 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Apr 6, 13, 20 May 4, 11, 18, 25 Jun 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Jul 6, 13, 20, 27 Aug 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Sep 28 Oct 5, 19, 26 Nov 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Dec 7, 14, 21, 28 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 4, 11, 18, 25 Feb 1, 8, 15, 22 Mar 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 2012 Departure Dates: Jan 6, 13, 20, 27 Feb 3, 10, 17, 24 Mar 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Apr 6, 13, 20 May 4, 11, 18, 25 Jun 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Jul 6, 13, 20, 27 Aug 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Sep 28 Oct 5, 19, 26 Nov 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Dec 7, 14, 21, 28 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 4, 11, 18, 25 Feb 1, 8, 15, 22 Mar 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Jan 6, 20 Feb 3, 17 Mar 3, 17, 31

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 1, 15, 29 Feb 12, 26 Mar 11, 25 Apr 8, 22 May 6, 20 Jun 3, 17 Jul 1, 15, 29 Aug 12, 26 Sep 2 Oct 7, 21 Nov 4, 18 Dec 2, 16, 30 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 13, 27 Feb 10, 24 Mar 10, 24

2012 Departure Dates: Jan 6, 13, 20, 27 Feb 3, 10, 17, 24 Mar 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Apr 6, 13, 20 May 4, 11, 18, 25 Jun 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Jul 6, 13, 20, 27 Aug 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Sep 28 Oct 5, 19, 26 Nov 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Dec 7, 14, 21, 28 2013 Departure Dates: Jan 4, 11, 18, 25 Feb 1, 8, 15, 22 Mar 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Stateroom Category Ocean View Deluxe Ocean View Premium Ocean View Junior Suite Xpedition Suite Penthouse Suite

7 Night Prices From $3,349 $3,599 $3,839 $5,009 $5,499 $8,719

10 Night Prices From $4,229 $4,469 $4,719 $5,889 $6,379 $9,599

Stateroom Category Ocean View Deluxe Ocean View Premium Ocean View Junior Suite Xpedition Suite Penthouse Suite

11 Night Prices From $4,329 $4.569 $4,819 $5,989 $6,469 $9,699

13 Night Prices From $8,229 $8,479 $8,719 $9,889 $10,379 $13,599

1) Blue-footed Booby, Galapagos Islands

Prices are per person in Aus tralian dollars and based on twin occupancy and include all taxes & fees (which are subject to change) and onboard gratuities. Prices shown are for the lowest available fares at time of going to print (Sep 2011) and may be subject to change at any time without notice. Prices shown are for the lowest priced departure of multiple departure dates. For full terms and conditions, turn to pages 76-79.

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For more information and details about the Celebrity Fleet:

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

Your holiday deserves nothing less than our eet.

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CELEBRITY CENTURY
A rm favourite with guests who prefer a mid-sized ship the ambiance is sophisticated and elegant, yet relaxed. Contemporary, yet intimate and friendly. Onboard youll nd signature Celebrity venues such as Michaels Club and our hugely popular Martini bar, featuring the rst ice-topped bar counter at sea a concept so successful weve since introduced it across the eet. As youd expect, theres also Celebritys exclusive and pampering AquaSpa by Elemis. Continually updated, Celebrity Centurys most recent improvements included the addition of 314 private balconies, 14 new Sky Suites, and 174 utterly modern Concierge Class staterooms, complete with upgraded amenities like fresh-cut owers and extended pillow menu. In short, this sleek and inviting liner is everything a Celebrity ship should be. Celebrity Century sailing Australia & New Zealand in 2011-2012.

CELEBRITY XPEDITION
Designed not just for travel but also for exploration, our 94-guest mega-yacht sails to the Galapagos Islands, one of the worlds most pristine environments. And with sailings available throughout the year, you can plan whats the best time to make the most of this once-in-alifetime adventure. Celebrity Xpedition is luxuriously and comprehensively outtted to cater to the needs and desires of adventurous guests. Her knowledgeable crew, environmentally sound ship design, and experienced onboard naturalists all help to preserve this delicate archipelago while enlightening you to its natural and evolutionary signicance.

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Experience the apex of style hailed as a new benchmark in cruise ship design by the International Interior Design Association, design and innovation combine as never before. Prepare to be delighted by the unexpected at every turn. For starters theres The Lawn Club half an acre of real grass to sink your toes into, The Hot Glass Show * (an entertaining live glassblowing studio), 10 distinctive dining venues to tempt you, and AquaClass an entirely new class of stateroom situated right next to the spa. And thats just a taste of whats in store for you.
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Were always looking for ways to enhance our ships, so were Solsticizing the Millennium Class by adding some of the best features from the Solstice Class*. Celebrity Constellation was the rst to be transformed in 2010. Celebrity Innity will be updated at the end of 2011, and Celebrity Summit and Celebrity Millennium follow suit in 2012. Highlights include the addition of AquaClass, Celebritys soothing spa inspired accommodations, paired with the exclusive speciality restaurant Blu. Also making their debut is the Bistro-on-Five crperie, inviting Caf al Bacio & Gelateria, Cellar Masters Wine Bar, Uniquely Unordinary Qsine speciality restaurant, and Celebrity iLounge the industrys rst Authorised Apple Reseller. Add to this the ice-topped Martini Bar and Crush, plus restyled staterooms and dcor throughout. The Millennium Class experience is better and more luxurious than ever before.
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With Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Eclipse, Celebrity Silhouette already sailing, and Celebrity Reection launching in 2012 respectively, these spectacular ships are waiting to carry you in style to the worlds best destinations. Celebrity Solstice sailing Australia & New Zealand in 2012-2013.
* Venues and amenities vary by ship.

Celebrity Millennium sailing Australia & New Zealand in 2012.


* Venues and amenities vary by ship.

When it comes to your holiday, getting there should be way more than half the fun. Thats why weve designed a fleet of 11 exquisite ships thats beyond compare. At Celebrity we set the standard, then set out again to better even ourselves with the most stunning new designs, magnificent details and unique venues.

2011
BEST PREMIUM CRUISE LINE
Travel Weekly UKGlobe Travel Awards

2010
BEST PREMIUM CRUISE LINE
Performance Media Groups Leadership Awards

2010
BEST CRUISE LINE FOOD
Prows Edge Cruise Magazine

2010
FAVORITE CRUISE LINE SPA
Spa Magazines Silver Sage Awards

2010
BEST MAIN DINING ROOM CUISINE
Porthole Magazines 12th Annual Readers Choice Awards

1) Evening on the balcony 2) The adults-only Solarium 3) Celebrity Equinox 4) Celebrity Millennium 5) Celebrity Century 6) Celebrity Xpedition

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For more information about our world-class accommodation:

So beautiful, its a shame to close your eyes.


Stateroom amenities include:
Two lower beds convertible to queen (except as noted) Complimentary 24-hour room service Dual voltage 110/220 AC Four pillows in every stateroom Complimentary use of bathrobes 100% cotton towels Bathroom accessories & hair dryer Complimentary beach towel service Plentiful storage space in your bathroom and wardrobe Laundry service Flat screen television Interactive television system to view and select shore excursions, order room service & watch movies Luggage delivery Individual safe Direct-dial telephone Thermostat-controlled air conditioning Mini-bar Some staterooms may have a trundle bed

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

Concierge Class Staterooms include all stateroom amenities as well as:

AquaClass Staterooms* include


Priority seating in Blu, a speciality restaurant created just for AquaClass guests, that also serves complimentary healthy continental breakfast daily Hansgrohe shower panels Aroma scent selections Complimentary bathroom amenities Plush AquaClass Frette bathrobes and slippers Enhanced personal care products Daily deliveries of bottled water and teas A Personal Spa Concierge to arrange AquaSpa treatments Free, unlimited access to the Persian Garden and Relaxation Room Special programming and wellness classes
* Double occupancy only Additional charges apply

Early embarkation & debarkation Priority check-in Welcome sparkling wine, fresh fruit & owers Main & speciality restaurant seating preferences Expanded room service breakfast menu Evening hors doeuvres, daily Pillow menu, plush Frette bathrobes Hansgrohe massaging showerhead Extra handheld hair dryer, Celebrity tote bag 100% cotton oversized bath towels Complimentary shoeshine service, use of golf umbrella & binoculars Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors to balcony Sitting area with sofa 81cm LCD television Vanity area Balcony with lounge seating

all stateroom &Concierge Class amenities as well as:

Upgrade to the pleasures of a suite. Our more spacious accommodation transforms a cruise holiday into a completely indulgent, fully comprehensive experience. Throughout your voyage youll enjoy special privileges, like priority check-in and preferred seating in the main dining room and speciality restaurants. A suite enhances the experience of a cruise like little else can.

Suite amenities include:

One complimentary dining reservation per suite for cruises of up to seven nights Two complimentary dining reservations per suite for cruises of eight nights or longer Butler at your service Complimentary 24-hour room service Priority check-in Luggage delivery Priority tender service Welcome bottle of sparkling wine, fresh fruit & owers Assistance with packing & unpacking Full in-suite breakfast, lunch & dinner service In-suite afternoon tea service Complimentary espresso & cappuccino (in suite) Evening hors doeuvres, daily Main & speciality restaurant seating preferences Opportunity to book in-suite massages

100% cotton oversized bath towels Plush Frette bathrobes Complimentary shoeshine service Celebrity tote bag Delivery of requested board games Dual voltage 110/220 AC Bathroom accessories & hair dryer Complimentary beach towel service Plentiful storage space in your bathroom and wardrobe Thermostat-controlled air conditioning Interactive television system to view and select shore excursions, order room service & watch movies Individual safe Direct-dial telephone Laundry service Mini-bar

Less a room. More an oasis. Exploring the world can take a lot out of you. So when it came to designing the perfect place for you to rejuvenate, we sought the advice of our Five Leading Ladies a frequent cruiser, a travel agent, a travel writer, a hotelier and a potential cruiser who shared with us their ideas about comfort, travel and style. The result? Staterooms and suites that welcome you with forward-thinking design, and impress you with spacious balconies and breathtaking views.
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The Celebrity difference


Stylish staterooms and suites Designed to reect precisely what travellers want and inspired by our Five Leading Ladies. Their input helped to create an environment where youll feel truly pampered. Modular wardrobes Maximised storage space which accommodates clothing of different lengths. Under-bed-storage Increased bed heights to create even more storage. Roll-out trundle beds Increased comfort and versatility for triples and quads, with pullmans in some rooms. Interconnecting staterooms A vestibule with two inner doors connects adjoining staterooms, and balconies can be combined allowing family and friends the togetherness they desire.

1) Sky suite 2) Balcony stateroom 3) Penthouse bedroom 4) Royal suite 5) Relaxing on the balcony

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For more information about our ships:

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Solstice Class Ships.

Celebrity Eclipse Celebrity Reflection Celebrity Solstice


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C elebrity Equ in o x C elebrity Silh o u ette


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Two NEW ships


Celebrity Silhouette The fourth ship in this groundbreaking class joined our eet in July 2011, packed with the amazing features and amenities that have made the Solstice Class so popular. But weve added even more. Theres the Lawn Club Grill, the rst interactive grilling restaurant aoat, where our chefs share their barbecuing secrets. Next is The Alcoves, where private cabana-style retreats overlook the lawns and passing oceans. Michaels Club now showcases over 50 international beers in addition to rare malt whiskies and cognacs, while Hamptonsstyled The Porch with its light contemporary dcor is just the place for a casual breakfast or lunch. Then theres The Hideaway where you can relax in intimate lounging nests with your iPad or a good book, and an Art Studio offering hands-on instruction from resident experts in drawing, painting, the culinary arts, and more. Celebrity Reflection In 2012, a final ship carrying all the same exciting innovations found on Celebrity Silhouette will complete our Solstice Class. This feature has allowed us to introduce a brand new category to our spa-inspired AquaClass 34 luxurious suites, each boasting 23 sq. m. of internal space complemented by stunning 5 sq. m. balconies. Other enhancements include more seating in the dining rooms, more sun loungers on deck, and more theatre seats.

Solstice Class highlights*


Celebrity iLounge Entertainment Court Galleria Tastings Fortunes Casino Martini Bar & Crush AquaClass Staterooms AquaSpa by Elemis Sky Observation Lounge The Hot Glass Show Cellar Masters Theatre The Lawn Club Michaels Club Fitness Centre 10 Unique Restaurants
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New To Celebrity Silhouette and Celebrity Reection only 4 6 The Porch Featuring quick, simple and fresh food (like salads and paninis), and serving coffee, wine and beer. The Alcoves Offering private retreat cabanas for 2 to 4 guests. The Lawn Club Grill The rst interactive outdoor grill at sea. The Hideaway A high tech, tree house-like retreat. The Art Studio Offers hands on interaction and instruction by experts in art, cuisine, and more. AquaClass suites (Celebrity Reection only) the ultimate in AquaClass accommodation. Even more spacious and luxurious.
* Venues and amenities vary by ship.

1) The Alcoves, Celebrity Reection 2) The Lawn Club Grill, Celebrity Reection 3) The Porch, Celebrity Reection 4) Celebrity Equinox 5) The Lawn Club, Celebrity Solstice 6) The adults-only Solarium

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3 For more information and details on suites and staterooms:

Accommodation schematics shown are representative examples of a Solstice Class ship. Stateroom sizes may vary by ship and category. All measurements are approximate. Furniture design and conguration shown may vary in staterooms by ship and in staterooms with third and fourth guest capacity. Drawings not to scale. Please contact your travel agent or cruise specialist, or visit www.celebritycruises.com/ships for exact measurements. For full details of what is available in your stateroom or suite, please refer to pages 58-59.

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

Solstice Class Suites & Staterooms.

P enthouse Suite
Stateroom: 120 sq m Balcony: 36 sq m

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Royal Suite

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Stateroom: 180 sq m Balcony: 48 sq m

Celebrity Suite
Stateroom: 120 sq m Balcony: 32 sq m

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Sky Suite

S1 S2 AW

Stateroom: 28 sq m Balcony: 7 sq m

Ocean View Stateroom


Stateroom: 16.5 sq m

8 AY

Family Ocean View Stateroom


Stateroom: 53 sq m Balcony: 5 or 10 sq m

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AquaClass Stateroom
Stateroom: 18 sq m Balcony: 5 sq m

A1 A2 AA

Interior Stateroom
Stateroom: 17-18.5 sq m

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Solstice Class highlights


NewAquaClass suites Unique to Celebrity Reection, 34 new suites that offer 23 sq. m. of luxurious interior space, complemented by stunning 5 sq. m. balconies. Plus all the pampering spa-themed amenities that come standard with AquaClass. Interconnecting balcony staterooms Only found on Solstice Class ships and connected by an outer vestibule, these staterooms are designed to provide friends and family with the ability to combine and share their living space and balconies. A Solstice Class exclusive. Suites The pinnacle of Solstice Class accommodation, ranging between 27.5 120 sq. m. interior space. Most feature separate sleeping areas, while all include European-style butler service, a full insuite breakfast, lunch and dinner service, plus a raft of very special extras (see page 59). Wheelchair accessibility Some staterooms are accessible for wheelchair users and other guests with disabilities. And on Solstice Class only, they include automatic doors, roll-in showers, grab bars and other accessible features. Please see the specic ship deck plans for more details.

Concierge Class Stateroom Sunset Balcony Stateroom Deluxe Balcony Stateroom

C1 C2 C3 AC SV 1A 1B 1C 2A 2B 2C* 2D AX

* Partially obstructed balcony view.

Partially obstructed balcony view.

1) Interconnecting staterooms 2) Sunset balcony stateroom 3) Ocean View stateroom 4) Penthouse suite 5) Sky Suite 6) Enjoy the views from your balcony

Furniture conguration shown may vary in staterooms with third- and fourth-guest capacity. All measurements are approximate.

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Celebrity Eclipse
Occupancy: 2,850 Tonnage: 122,000 Length: 315 metres Cruising Speed: 24 knots Electric Current: 110/220 AC Ships Registry: Malta Entered Service: Apr 2010

Celebrity Equinox

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Celebrity Reflection
Occupancy: 3,030 Tonnage: 126,000 Length: 349 metres Cruising Speed: 24 knots Electric Current: 110/220 AC Ships Registry: Malta Entering Service: 2012

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Celebrity Silhouette
Occupancy: 2,886 Tonnage: 122,400 Length: 349 metres Cruising Speed: 24 knots Electric Current: 110/220 AC Ships Registry: Malta Entering Service: Jul 2011

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Celebrity Solstice
Occupancy: 2,850 Tonnage: 122,000 Length: 315 metres Cruising Speed: 24 knots Electric Current: 110/220 AC Ships Registry: Malta Entered Service: Nov 2008

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Occupancy: 2,850 Tonnage: 122,000 Length: 315 metres Cruising Speed: 24 knots Electric Current: 110/220 AC Ships Registry: Malta Entered Service: Aug 2009

Solstice Class Deck Plans.

Solstice deck (top deck) Solstice deck (top deck) Deck 16 Deck 16

Deck 15

Deck 15

The Lawn Club Deck 14

The Lawn Club Deck 14

Lido Deck 13

Lido Deck 13

Resort Deck 12

Resort Deck 12

Penthouse Deck 11

Penthouse Deck 11

Sky Deck 10

Sky Deck 10

Panorama Deck 9

Panorama Deck 9

Vista Deck 8

Vista Deck 8

Sunrise Deck 7

Sunrise Deck 7

Continental Deck 6

Continental Deck 6

Entertainment Deck 5

Entertainment Deck 5

Promenade Deck 4

Promenade Deck 4

Plaza Deck 3

Plaza Deck 3

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Penthouse Suite

A A Accessible AquaClass C1

1B 1C

Deluxe Balcony IB Deluxe Balcony IC

8 9 10 11 12

Ocean View 8 Inside Stateroom 9 Inside Stateroom 10 Inside Stateroom 11 Inside Stateroom 12

R S Royal Suite CS Celebrity Suite S1 S2 A1

Concierge Class 1

A Y Accessible Ocean View

C 2 Concierge Class 2 C 3 Concierge Class 3 A C Accessible Concierge F V Family Ocean View S V Sunset Balcony 1A

2A Deluxe Balcony 2A 2B Deluxe Balcony 2B 2C Deluxe Balcony 2C 2D Deluxe Balcony 2D A X Accessible Deluxe Balcony 7

Sky Suite 1 Sky Suite 2 AquaClass 1

A W Accessible Sky Suite A2 AquaClass 2

A Z Accessible Inside Stateroom

Deluxe Balcony 1A

Ocean View 7

DECK NUMBERS REFLECT UPPER GUEST LEVELS CONVERTIBLE SOFA BED ONE UPPER BERTH TWO UPPER BERTHS CONNECTING STATEROOMS INSIDE STATEROOM DOOR LOCATION WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE STATEROOM FEATURING ROLL-IN SHOWER

Deck plan shown is Celebrity Solstice, which represents an example of a Solstice Class ship. Facilities and venues may vary by ship. The deck plan is designed to give an overview of the layout of a typical Solstice Class ship, indicating the location of facilities and staterooms by stateroom number. The deck plan is not an exact blueprint or to scale, and is subject to change. Should you have specic needs or require additional information regarding a particular stateroom, please contact your travel agent or cruise specialist. Staterooms with an upper bed and sofa bed accommodate a maximum of four guests. Accessible staterooms with a sofa bed accommodate a maximum of three guests. Accessible suites with a sofa bed accommodate a maximum of four guests. Staterooms 1547, 1549, 1552 and 1554 have partially obstructed views. Staterooms 2130, 2132, 2134 and 2136 have roll-in showers, no bathtubs. 2C Deluxe Ocean View staterooms have partially obstructed balcony views. 2D Deluxe Ocean View staterooms have obstructed balcony views. To download the latest Solstice Class deck plans, please visit www.celebritycruises.com/ships

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CELEBRITY MILLENNIUM CLASS

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3 For more information and details on suites and staterooms:

Accommodation schematics shown are representative examples of a Millennium Class ship. Stateroom sizes may vary by ship and category. All measurements are approximate. Furniture design and conguration shown may vary in staterooms by ship and in staterooms with third and fourth guest capacity. Drawings not to scale. Please contact your travel agent or cruise specialist, or visit www.celebritycruises.com/ships for exact measurements. For full details of what is available in your stateroom or suite, please refer to pages 58-59.

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

Millennium Class Ships.

Celebrity Constellation Celebrity Infinity C elebrity Millen n iu m C elebrity Su m m it

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The future never stands still. Thats why were incorporating some of the most popular venues and design touches from our latest Solstice Class ships on the multi award-winning Millennium Class. Combined with a host of other updates, they rejoin the eet even better than the day they rst launched.

P enthouse Suite
Stateroom: 133 sq m Balcony: 99 sq m

Celebrity Suite
Stateroom: 43.5 sq m

NEWon Millennium Class


Celebrity Constellation The rst of these 4 iconic ships to be revitalised, Celebrity Constellation underwent a top-to-toe refurbishment in 2010. To start with, youll nd the contemporary colour palette and furnishings that grace the Solstice Class in every public venue. Further enhancements include a new Cellar Masters wine bar featuring a state-of-art Enomatic self-serve system, plus an upgraded Martini Bar & Crush with our hallmark ice-topped counter. New dining options include the vibrant crperie, Bistro on Five, and inviting Caf al Bacio and Gelateria. Finally, all staterooms and suites were given a complete makeover, ranging from entirely new furnishings and enhanced bathrooms to at-screen TVs. No detail escaped our attention. Celebrity Innity, Celebrity Millennium & Celebrity Summit Following rave reviews from guests sailing on the new Celebrity Constellation, were applying more of the same magic to her sister ships. Making a debut on Celebrity Summit is award-winning Qsine, the novel restaurant rst introduced on Celebrity Eclipse, to much acclaim. Joining this is Celebrity iLounge , the industrys rst Authorised Apple Reseller, plus our spa-inspired AquaClass accommodation paired by the exclusive speciality restaurant, Blu. We also added more of our sumptuous suites, complete with entirely new balconies.
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S1 S2 AW

C1 C2 C3 AC

Sky Suite

Stateroom: 23 sq m Balcony: 5 sq m

Concierge Class Balcony


Stateroom: 18 sq m Balcony: 4 sq m

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2A 2B 2C AX

Family Ocean View Stateroom


Stateroom: 25 sq m Balcony: 22 sq m

Deluxe Balcony Stateroom


Stateroom: 16 sq m Balcony: 3.5 sq m

Millennium Class highlights*

8 AY

10 11 12 AZ

Celebrity iLounge Martini Bar & Crush AquaClass Staterooms AquaSpa by Elemis Reflections Lounge Rendezvous Lounge Cellar Masters Celebrity Theatre Fortunes Casino Fitness Centre Solarium The Emporium Shopping Piazza Pool Cinema Michaels Club Distinctive Speciality Restaurants
* Venues and amenities vary by ship.

Ocean View Stateroom


Stateroom: 16 sq m

Interior Stateroom
Stateroom: 16 sq m

Suite & stateroom highlights


NewAquaClass Making a debut on Millennium Class* ships, these renowned spa-inspired accommodations are located close to the AquaSpa by Elemis Relaxation Room and Persian Garden. AquaClass guests have their own Mediterranean-themed speciality restaurant, Blu, featuring health-conscious dishes. Concierge Class An enhanced category of balcony stateroom. Additional indulgent amenities include a pillow menu, Hansgrohe massaging showerhead, oversized 100% cotton bath towels, plush Frette bathrobes, expanded room service breakfast menu, and a host of other holidayenhancing luxuries (see page 59). Suites The pinnacle of Millennium Class accommodation, ranging between 23 - 133 sq. m. interior space. Most feature separate sleeping areas, while all include European-style butler service, a full in-suite breakfast, lunch and dinner service, plus a raft of very special extras (see page 59)
* Not available on Celebrity Constellation.

Wheelchair accessibility Some staterooms are accessible for wheelchair users and other guests with disabilities. Please see the specic ship deck plans for more details.

1) Balcony stateroom 2) Celebrity Suite 3) Ocean View stateroom 4) Martini Bar 5) Tuscan Grille Speciality Restaurant 6) The adults-only Solarium

Furniture conguration shown may vary in staterooms with third- and fourth-guest capacity. All measurements are approximate.

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Celebrity Millennium
Occupancy: 2,034 Tonnage: 91,000 Length: 294 metres Cruising Speed: 24 knots Electric Current: 110/220 AC Ships Registry: Malta Entered Service: Jun 2000

Celebrity Infinity
Occupancy: 2,046 Tonnage: 91,000 Length: 294 metres Cruising Speed: 24 knots Electric Current: 110/220 AC Ships Registry: Malta Entered Service: Mar 2001

Celebrity Summit
Occupancy: 2,034 Tonnage: 91,000 Length: 294 metres Cruising Speed: 24 knots Electric Current: 110/220 AC Ships Registry: Malta Entered Service: Oct 2001

Celebrity Constellation
Occupancy: 2,034 Tonnage: 91,000 Length: 294 metres Cruising Speed: 24 knots Electric Current: 110/220 AC Ships Registry: Malta Entered Service: May 2002 Refurbished: May 2010

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Millennium Class Deck Plans.

Sports Deck 12

Sports Deck 12

Plaza Deck 11

Plaza Deck 11

Resort Deck 10

Resort Deck 10

Sky Deck 9

Sky Deck 9

Panorama Deck 8

Panorama Deck 8

Vista Deck 7

Vista Deck 7

Penthouse Deck 6

Penthouse Deck 6

Entertainment Deck 5

Entertainment Deck 5

Promenade Deck 4

Promenade Deck 4

Plaza Deck 3

Plaza Deck 3

Continental Deck 2

Continental Deck 2

PS

Penthouse Suite

C 2 Concierge Class 2 C 3 Concierge Class 3 AC Accessible Concierge F V Family Ocean View 2 A Deluxe Balcony 2A 2B Deluxe Balcony 2B 2C Deluxe Balcony 2C

A X Accessible Deluxe Balcony 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12

Inside Stateroom 9 Inside Stateroom 10 Inside Stateroom 11 Inside Stateroom 12

RS Royal Suite C S Celebrity Suite S1 S2 C1

Ocean View 4 Ocean View 5 Ocean View 6 Ocean View 7 Ocean View 8

Sky Suite 1 Sky Suite 2 Concierge Class 1

A Z Accessible Inside Stateroom

AW Accessible Sky Suite

A Y Accessible Ocean View

DECK NUMBERS REFLECT UPPER GUEST LEVELS CONVERTIBLE SOFA BED ONE UPPER BERTH TWO UPPER BERTHS CONNECTING STATEROOMS INSIDE STATEROOM DOOR LOCATION WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE STATEROOM FEATURING ROLL-IN SHOWER

Deck plan shown is Celebrity Millennium, which represents an example of a Millennium Class ship. Facilities may vary by ship. The deck plan is designed to give an overview of the layout of a typical Millennium Class ship, indicating the location of facilities and staterooms by stateroom number. The deck plan is not an exact blueprint or to scale, and is subject to change. Should you have specic needs or require additional information regarding a particular stateroom, please contact your travel agent or cruise specialist. Staterooms 7014, 7016, 8047, 8048, 8049, 8050, 8051, 8052, 8053, 8054, 9034, 9039 and 9041 have partially obstructed views. Staterooms 6102, 6108, 7136, 7142, 8102, 8108, 9094 and 9100 have smaller balconies that are semi-private. Staterooms 8121, 8125, 8127, 9117, 9121 and 9123 have roll-in showers, no bathtubs. Suites 6145 and 6146 feature standard glass doors to balcony. To download the latest Millennium Class deck plans, please visit www.celebritycruises.com/ships

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CELEBRITY CENTURY

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3 For more information and details on suites and staterooms:

Accommodation schematics shown are from Celebrity Century. Stateroom sizes may vary by category. All measurements are approximate. Furniture design and conguration shown may vary in staterooms with third and fourth guest capacity. Drawings not to scale. Please contact your travel agent or cruise specialist, or visit www.celebritycruises.com/ships for exact measurements. For full details of what is available in your stateroom or suite, please refer to pages 58-59.

contact: your travel agent call: 1800 754 500 visit: www.celebritycruises.com

Celebrity Century
Celebrity Century

PS

S1 S2 AW

P enthouse Suite
Stateroom: 102.5 sq m Balcony: 11 sq m

Sky Suite

Celebritys original class of ship, but extensively updated, this midsize design classic is an enduring favourite with guests favouring a smaller ship so much so that many return year after year. Boasting a light and airy 4-tier Grand Foyer, shes also an art enthusiasts dream with a museum quality art collection comprising more than 500 works by famous names such as Pablo Picasso, Warhol, and Robert Rauschenberg. Art aside, Celebrity Century is no less stunning inside and out. Of special note is the 2-storey main dining room, where oor to ceiling windows give truly spectacular views over the ships stern. Likewise, right at the heart of the Celebrity Century experience is the exquisite Murano speciality restaurant, serving gourmet cuisine under the glow of handcrafted Venetian glass chandeliers. Whats more, the high ratio of space for every passenger, open and airy public areas, and a wide 2-tier teak promenade deck all combine to give the impression that youre on a much larger ship.

Stateroom: 23 sq m Balcony: 6.5 or 16.5 sq m

C1 C2 C3 AC

SV

Concierge Class Balcony


Stateroom: 16 sq m Balcony: 4 or 11 sq m

Sunset Balcony Stateroom


Stateroom: 16 sq m Balcony: 5 or 7.5 sq m

NEWfor 2011
Celebrity Century now offers Hawaiian and Australian cruises. Experience the South Pacic as soon as you step aboard with food, drink and activities themed from the places youll visit.

Celebrity Century highlights


Murano Speciality Restaurant Sushi Bar Martini Bar Michaels Club The Grand Restaurant AquaSpa by Elemis AquaSpa Caf Rendezvous Lounge Cova Caf Milano Celebrity Theatre Cinema Indoor and Outdoor Pools Art Collection Fortunes Casino Fitness Centre Hemisphere Lounge The Boulevard

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2A 2B

Family Ocean View Stateroom


Stateroom: 18 sq m Balcony: 4 sq m

Deluxe Balcony Stateroom


Stateroom: 16 sq m Balcony: 4 sq m

8 AY

9A 9B 10 11 12 AZ

Ocean View Stateroom


Stateroom: 16 sq m

Interior Stateroom
Stateroom: 16 sq m

Suite & stateroom highlights


Concierge Class An enhanced category of balcony stateroom. Additional indulgent amenities include a pillow menu, Hansgrohe massaging showerhead, oversized 100% cotton bath towels, plush Frette bathrobes, expanded room service breakfast menu, and a host of other holidayenhancing luxuries (see page 59). Suites The pinnacle of Celebrity Century accommodation, ranging between 17.5 - 102 sq. m. interior space. Most feature separate sleeping areas, while all include European-style butler service, a full insuite breakfast, lunch and dinner service, plus a raft of very special extras (see page 59) Wheelchair accessibility Some staterooms are accessible for wheelchair users and other guests with disabilities. Please see the specic ship deck plans for more details.

1) Concierge Class stateroom 2) Interior stateroom 3) Penthouse suite 4) Breakfast alfresco 5) Martini Bar 6) Persian Gardens

Furniture conguration shown may vary in staterooms with thirdand fourth-guest capacity. All measurements are approximate.

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Celebrity Century
Occupancy: 1,814 Tonnage: 71,545 Length: 248 metres Cruising Speed: 21.5 knots Electric Current: 110/220 AC Ships Registry: Malta Entered Service: Dec 1995 Refurbished: May 2006

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Celebrity Century Deck Plans.

Deck 14

Deck 14

Deck 15

Sunrise Deck 15 Deck 13

Sunrise Deck 13

Sports Deck 12

Sports Deck 12

Resort Deck 11

Resort Deck 11

Penthouse Deck 10

Penthouse Deck 10

Vista Deck 9

Vista Deck 9

Panorama Deck 8

Panorama Deck 8

Entertainment Deck 7

Entertainment Deck 7

Promenade Deck 6

Promenade Deck 6

Plaza Deck 5

Plaza Deck 5

Continental Deck 4

Continental Deck 4

PS S1 S2

Penthouse Suite Sky Suite 1 Sky Suite 2

C1

Concierge Class 1

4 5 6 7 8

Ocean View 4 Ocean View 5 Ocean View 6 Ocean View 7 Ocean View 8

9 A Inside Stateroom 9A 9 B Inside Stateroom 9B 10 11 12

RS Royal Suite

C 2 Concierge Class 2 F V Family Ocean View S V Sunset Balcony 2 A Deluxe Balcony 2A 2B Deluxe Balcony 2B

Inside Stateroom 10 Inside Stateroom 11 Inside Stateroom 12

AW Accessible Sky Suite N S Century Suite

A Y Accessible Ocean View

A Z Accessible Inside Stateroom

DECK NUMBERS REFLECT UPPER GUEST LEVELS CONVERTIBLE SOFA BED ONE UPPER BERTH TWO UPPER BERTHS CONNECTING STATEROOMS INSIDE STATEROOM DOOR LOCATION WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE STATEROOM FEATURING ROLL-IN SHOWER

The deck plan is designed to give an overview of the layout of Celebrity Century, indicating the location of facilities and staterooms by stateroom number. The deck plan is not an exact blueprint or to scale, and is subject to change. Family Ocean View (FV)staterooms have a double bed that is not convertible. Staterooms 8000, 8001, 8002, 8003 and 8004 do not have a sitting area. Staterooms 1200 and 1201 have roll-in showers, no bathtubs. Balconies for staterooms 1251 and 1244 are 55 sq. ft. (5 sq. m). Balconies for staterooms 1253 and 1246 are 80 sq. ft. (7.5 sq. m). Some category 8 staterooms have portholes. To download the latest Celebrity Century deck plans, please visit www.celebritycruises.com/ships

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Celebrity Xpedition
Occupancy: 94 Tonnage: 2,842 Length: 90 metres Cruising Speed: 15 knots Electric Current: 220 AC/DC, 110 AC Ships Registry: Ecuador Entered Service: 2004

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CELEBRITY XPEDITION

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Sunrise Deck

Celebrity Xpedition

Penthouse Suite
Stateroom: 43 sq m

PS

Xpedition Suite
Stateroom: 21 sq m

XS

Junior Suite
Stateroom: 17 sq m

XJ

Premium Stateroom
Stateroom: 15 sq m

XP

Deluxe Stateroom
Panorama Deck Vista Deck Marina Deck

XD

Stateroom: 15 sq m

Ocean View Stateroom


Stateroom: 13 sq m

XO

PS XJ

Penthouse Suite Junior Suite

X S Xpedition Suite X P Premium Stateroom X D Deluxe Stateroom XO Ocean View Stateroom

DECK NUMBERS REFLECT UPPER GUEST LEVELS CONVERTIBLE SOFA BED UPPER BERTH TRIPLE OCCUPANCY PS 503 available until 2/9/2012, converts to XS QUADRUPLE OCCUPANCY 503 and XS 505 as of 30/9/2012. XS 602 and 604 available as of 30/9/2012.

The deck plan is designed to give an overview of the layout of the Celebrity Xpedition ship, indicating the location of facilities and staterooms by stateroom number. The deck plan is not an exact blueprint and is subject to change. Should you have specic needs or require additional information regarding a particular stateroom, please contact your travel agent or cruise specialist. Accommodation schematics shown are from Celebrity Xpedition. Stateroom sizes may vary by category. All measurements are approximate. Furniture conguration shown may vary in staterooms with third and fourth guest capacity. Drawings not to scale. Please contact your travel agent or cruise specialist, or visit www.celebritycruises.com/ships for exact measurements. To download the latest Celebrity Xpedition deck plans, please visit celebritycruises.com/ships

1) Beach Club 2) Darwins Restaurant 3) Xpedition Suite 4) Discovery Lounge

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BOOKING CONDITIONS
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1. OVERVIEw The following Information, Terms and Conditions form the basis of your contract with Celebrity Cruises Inc trading as Celebrity Cruises. In these Terms and Conditions, you and your means and covers all persons named on a booking. Please Note: If you book a Celebrity Cruises cruiseonly holiday in conjunction with other services such as flights, on-shore accommodation and/or ground transfers) which are arranged or provided by a travel agent or tour operator (travel organiser) with whom you book (and not us), your contract for your entire holiday including the cruise and all other such services and arrangements will be with your travel organiser and not with us. The travel organisers own booking conditions will apply to your contract with your travel organiser. Please ensure you obtain a copy of these from your travel organiser before or at the time of booking to ensure that those terms are acceptable to you. Please note, we do not have any liability to you in these circumstances. In any event, if we are found liable to you on any basis, our liability and/or obligations to you or your organiser will be no greater or different to the liability and obligations we have under these booking conditions to consumers who have a contract with us. In any such situation we will be fully entitled to rely on all defenses, exclusions and limitations contained in the booking conditions set out below. Please read these conditions carefully. 2. HOw TO BOOK & TICKETS How to make a booking There are three simple ways to book your chosen cruise holiday: Contact your travel agent Telephone Celebrity Cruises on 1800 754 500 Book online at www.celebritycruises.com Your full name as it appears on your passport as well as your date of birth must be given at the time of reservation. By making a booking with us through any of the three methods you will be deemed to have agreed to our Information, Terms and Conditions. Confirming Your Booking Providing your chosen holiday is available and we have received your booking form (where applicable) and all appropriate payments, we will send our Confirmation Invoice to you (if booking direct) or your Travel Agent. Please note: it may not be possible to confirm your flight details at this point. If so, these will be confirmed to you at a later date. A binding contract between us only comes into existence when we send out our Confirmation Invoice. A contract will exist at this point, even if we are unable to confirm your flight details at that time. This invoice will show the balance due on your holiday that still has to be paid and also your flight details (where applicable and/or available). Please check all details are correct as soon as you receive your Confirmation Invoice, cruise documents, flight tickets and any other documents from your Travel Agent or us. If any details appear to be incorrect, you must inform your Travel Agent or our Reservations department if booking direct within 7 days of us sending the document to your Travel Agent or you for all documents other than flight tickets and e-tickets and within 5 days for flight tickets and e-tickets. Once your airline tickets have been issued, all ticket coupons must be used in sequence as originally booked. Any flight sector not utilised will invalidate the ticket and the rest of the itinerary will automatically be cancelled. Cruise Tickets Your electronic cruise documents are emailed directly to you or to your travel agent as early as 50 days prior to your sailing. We no longer issue paper tickets. Your reservation must be finalised and paid in full in order to receive your documentation. 3. PayINg FOR YOUR CRUISE Deposits We will require a deposit to secure your booking within 7 days of making your booking (or full payment if booking within 70 days of departure). On some cruises the deposit may be required on the day of booking or within 17 days of making the booking. After this time if your deposit has not been paid then your booking will be automatically cancelled. Deposit amounts vary by cruise duration as follows: Cruise duration Deposit per person 16 nights AU$200 714 nights AU$400 15+ nights & Cruisetours AU$800 A non refundable service fee of AU$50.00 per person must be paid on top of your cruise deposit to secure your flights and airfare for international departures. Some airfares may require full payment at time of booking, which may be non-refundable. If airfare payment is due prior to the cruise payment schedule, you will be advised at the time of booking. Airline taxes are subject to change until airfares are paid in full. Final payment We must receive the balance of the cruise and/or flight costs (after deducting the deposit you have paid) not less than 70 days before departure (90 days for Holiday sailings Christmas, New Year & Easter departures) unless you book 70 days or less before departure (90 days for Holiday sailings), in which case you must pay the total cruise cost at the time of booking. If we have not received all monies due to us in full and on time, we are entitled to assume that you wish to cancel your cruise and cancellation charges as set out below (see clause 30, Cancellations & Refunds) will apply. A service charge of up to 3% will apply for all payments made to us by credit card. When using your credit or debit card to pay us directly for your cruise, please be aware that we may process that transaction via a bank outside of New Zealand and your card issuer may choose to charge you a foreign processing fee. We advise you to check the terms and conditions of such foreign transactions with your card issuer in advance of making a payment to us. All money you pay to a travel agent (whom we have authorised to sell our cruises) for your cruise with us will be held by the travel agent on our behalf until the money is paid to us. If you are unable to complete the online check-in process, this may be due to an outstanding balance on your booking. If you have booked via a travel agent, please speak to your travel agent so that the funds can be transferred to us to complete your online check-in. 4. WHaTS INCLUDED & NOT INCLUDED Whats included? All prices quoted in this brochure are per person in Australian Dollars and are based on two people sharing the specified cabin grade. Cruise prices include the following where applicable: full board accommodation, onboard main meals, entertainment* on board ship, gym, some fitness classes,* sauna and steam room; onboard gratuities (where pre-paid); port charges and taxes. *A charge may be made for certain entertainment/leisure facilities or activities. Whats not included? Unless otherwise agreed, the price does not include flights; departure taxes or airport improvement tax; transfers to/from the ship; shore excursions and personal expenses (for example, onboard drinks, laundry charges, health and beauty treatments, telephone calls, etc.); speciality dining venues onboard (cover charge of US$20 to US$40 per guest); hotel meals onshore (unless otherwise stated); transfers by any method if not travelling on the standard departure date(s); travel insurance; tips/gratuities either onboard or ashore (unless paid at the time of booking); anything else which is not specifically mentioned as being included in the price. Fuel Supplements We reserve the right to impose a fuel supplement on all guests if the price of

West Texas intermediate fuel exceeds US$65.00 per barrel. The fuel supplement for 1st and 2nd guests would be no more than US$10 per guest per day, to a maximum of US$140 per cruise; and for additional guests would be no more than US$5 per person per day, to a maximum of US$70 per cruise. 5. PRICINg & GUaRaNTEE BOOKINgS Brochure Pricing The prices quoted in this brochure show the lowest price (Prices from) available on a specified sailing date as shown in each price panel. The price will vary by ship, itinerary, sailing date and cabin grade. Where there is more than one departure date shown for the same cruise itinerary then the prices provided in this brochure are the minimum prices available for the lowest priced of the multiple departure dates. To find out the price for your chosen cruise, sailing date and cabin grade contact your travel agent or visit www.celebritycruises.com Guarantee (GTY) Bookings From time to time, we may offer you the option of making what we call a Guarantee (GTY) booking. This means you may book a cabin of a guaranteed category type (Interior, Oceanview, Balcony, Concierge/AquaClass or Suite) on your chosen ship and cruise. However, the exact grade, number and location of the cabin on the ship will be allocated by us (at our discretion) and at any time up until checking in at the Port. Once your GTY cabin has been allocated to you, we are unable to accept any changes requested by you. The benefits to you of a GTY cabin are that after your booking has been confirmed, we may (at our discretion) upgrade your cabin to one of a superior category to that originally booked at no extra charge to you. In any event, you are guaranteed the minimum category of cabin we agree to offer at the time of booking. At times, we may offer promotional GTY offers. Such promotional GTY categories are defined as follows: X Balcony Cabin W Suite / Deluxe Y Oceanview Cabin XA AquaClass Cabin XC Concierge Class Cabin Z Inside Cabin Please note: If you book 2 or more cruises to be taken consecutively (back to back) and either one or all cruises are booked under a GTY basis, you may be allocated different cabins on each cruise, therefore necessitating the need to move between cabins on the changeover day between your consecutive cruises. Onboard Credits From time to time we may offer Onboard Credit promotions. An Onboard Credit is a monetary amount in US Dollars which is applied to your onboard account for onboard purchases. Some Onboard Credits may not be combinable with other offers, please check the offer with your Travel Agent or our Reservations Centre. Any unused portion of the Onboard Credit will expire at midnight on the last night of your cruise and is not redeemable for cash at any time. Onboard Credit is not transferable between any cruises, including consecutive cruises. 6. CONSECUTIVE CRUISES Consecutive cruises Consecutive cruises are two or more cruises taken immediately after one another (back-to-back) on the same ship. Please note that there may be duplication of onboard programmes, menus and entertainment. Please also note that due to the preparation of the ship between sailings, some shipboard facilities may not be available on changeover day. On the changeover day, it may be necessary for you to disembark the ship in order to comply with customs & immigration and to re-register your SeaPass for the new sailing. It may not be possible to retain the same cabin on consecutive cruises. Consecutive cruises are treated as independent cruises for the purposes of payment of deposits, balance due dates and cancellation charges. Onboard Credit offers are not transferable between any cruises, including consecutive cruises. Jones Act USA Consecutive Cruises Please note that due to restrictions under the U.S. Passenger Vessels Services Act (Jones Act), we cannot accept reservations for consecutive itineraries that begin in one U.S. port and conclude in a different U.S. port. In the event such an itinerary is booked, Celebrity Cruises reserves the right to cancel one of the cruises at the guests expense and/or the guest shall be responsible for any and all Jones Act fines that result due to such booking. 7. DININg & SPECIaL REQUESTS Dining onboard You have a choice of two options for dinner in the main restaurant on board:  Fixed sitting dine at the same reserved table each night on either early or late sitting (approximately 6:00pm and 8:30pm respectively).  Celebrity Select Dining SM (open seating) giving guests flexibility with their evening dining. You can decide when you would like to dine between the hours of 6:00pm and 8:30pm each evening; much like a regular restaurant. If Celebrity Select Dining SM is selected, pre-paid gratuities/tips are mandatory. Please request your preferred seating and table size at the time of booking and your table number will be confirmed in your cabin at the start of your cruise. Dining times may vary slightly on port days due to shore excursion departures. Celebrity Select DiningSM is subject to availability. We cannot accept any bookings which are conditional on your preferred seating time being or becoming available before departure. If you cancel because your preferred seating time is not available (whether or not this was confirmed at the time of booking), our normal cancellation charges will apply. Seating time requests cannot be guaranteed. On board Celebrity Xpedition you have several dining options, including the main dining room at Darwins restaurant, selections served on deck through the day at the Beagle Grill, or complimentary room service at selected times (not 24 hours). There is a daily Breakfast Buffet and Luncheon Buffet. Dinner commences at 6:15pm with General Seating. Snacks are available from the Beagle Grill (12:00pm 6:00pm), Room Service and Afternoon Tea (4:00pm 5:00pm). Room service Complimentary room service is available 24 hours a day (except on Celebrity Xpedition) whether you want an extra blanket or a midnight snack. On all ships, except Celebrity Xpedition, you may also order room service on the Interactive TV in your stateroom. Room service is complimentary, although you may wish to offer a gratuity to room service staff. Special dietary requirements Guests must notify us of any dietary requirements at time of booking. If you have any special dietary needs, Celebrity Cruises can accommodate the following special dietary needs onboard: food allergies, gluten free, vegetarian, diabetic, low-fat, low-sodium, and low-cholesterol. Other special diets such as Kosher and lactose-free meals may be available upon advanced request. Note: Kosher meals are pre-packed and are only available for dinner in the main restaurant. Celebrity Cruises does not provide baby food. To accommodate special services or requirements such as dietary requirements, medical requirements, pier embarkation assistance, wheelchair use etc., Celebrity Cruises requires the information in writing 45 days prior to the sail date. However, Kosher meal requests must be supplied in writing 100 days prior to sail date for sailings in Australia New Zealand and Asia; 90 days prior to the sail date for sailings in Europe and South America and 45 days prior for sailings in North America. Any dietary requirements caused by medical conditions must be provided to us at the time of booking. Please note that whilst we are able to take requests for specific dietary requirements and take note of food intolerances, this is confined to the main restaurant on each ship. We are unable to guarantee or accept responsibility that the food served in any other food establishment on board our ships will be able to cater for specific dietary requirements and food intolerances.

Other special requests If you have a special request such as for a baby cot (crib) or refrigerator, please give details in writing to your travel agent at the time of booking. Special requests cannot be guaranteed. Whilst we and our suppliers will endeavour to meet reasonable special requests, we regret we cannot guarantee that we/ the supplier will be able to do so. Not meeting any special request for any reason will not be a breach of contract on our part. If a special request can only be met at an additional cost, that cost will either be invoiced to you prior to departure or will be payable locally by you. Unless specifically agreed by us in writing at the time of booking, we cannot accept any booking which is conditional on a special request being satisfied. Such bookings will be treated as normal bookings subject to the above comments on special requests. 8. TRaVELLINg IN a GROUP Travelling in a group Discounts and free places may be available when travelling in a group of 16 or more passengers. Please consult your travel agent for more information. Note that terms and conditions for those travelling in a group are different to those which apply to individual bookings. Common Interest Groups From time to time we may invite various affinity groups of people onto our ships. Affinity groups are people with shared interests who choose to travel together. This may include on dates when you are sailing with us. Although we envisage that this will not affect the overall normal day-to-day operation of the ship, there may be occasions when certain facilities are unavailable to you whilst these groups are onboard. 9. ALCOHOLIC BEVERagES POLICy We will not sell or serve alcoholic drinks to anyone less than 21 years of age. However on cruises departing from European, South American and Asian countries and from Australia/New Zealand where the legal drinking age is typically lower than 21 years of age, a parent/legal guardian who is sailing with the person aged between 18 to 20, may sign a waiver allowing the 18 to 20 year old to buy and consume alcoholic beverages. Only a parent or legal guardian may sign this waiver and there are no exceptions to this policy. The 18 to 20 year old must agree to comply with Celebrity Cruises policies, including among other things, agreeing to not provide alcoholic beverages to any other person, regardless of their age. Restrictions apply, and this policy is subject to change without notice. Guests can now take on board the ship, two bottles of wine per stateroom on the first day of embarkation only. If the wine is consumed in a public area, we charge a corkage of US$25 per bottle. Alcoholic beverages that are purchased in ports of call or from onboard shops will be stored by the ship and delivered to guest cabins on the last day of the sailing. Alcohol will not be delivered to any guest under the age of 21. Security may inspect containers (water bottles, soda bottles, mouthwash, luggage, etc.) and will dispose of containers holding alcohol. Celebrity Cruises Guest Conduct Policy may be enforced, up to and including disembarkation, if a guest violates any alcohol policy. Guests who violate any alcohol policies, (over consume, provide alcohol to people under the age of 21, demonstrate irresponsible behaviour, or attempt to conceal alcoholic items at security and or luggage check points or any other time), may be disembarked or not allowed to board, at their own expense, in accordance with our Guest Conduct Polices. Guests under the age of 21 will not have alcohol returned to them Celebrity Cruises is committed to the responsible service of alcohol and reserves the right to revoke or otherwise restrict the service of alcohol to any guest, regardless of age. If a guest reaches a birthday that will change their adherence to our alcohol policy, they may visit the Guest Services Desk on that day and on showing their passport as proof of age, their records will be updated to allow them to purchase and consume alcohol, as long as the other requirements of our alcohol policy are met. Please note: due to Spanish regulations, we are not permitted to sell alcohol or cigarettes on board in the duty free shops on selected sailings which depart from Spain. Restrictions apply and this policy is subject to change without notice. 10. HEaLTH REQUIREMENTS Health Requirements Please contact your doctor for advice and the most up-to-date health requirements for all destinations featured in this brochure at least 8 weeks prior to travel. Further information may be obtained from the World Health Organisation at www.who.int To obtain the most enjoyment out of your holiday, we recommend that guests who wish to book the Galapagos holiday on Celebrity Xpedition have a good level of personal tness. This can be a relatively active holiday and our guided tours on the islands generally involve walking for several hours a day. Our tours may also involve steep climbs in hot weather as well as having to negotiate wet landings. Pregnancy Celebrity Cruises welcomes pregnant guests but will NOT accept guests who will enter their 24th week of pregnancy by the beginning of, or at any time during their cruise. All pregnant guests are required to bring a doctors fit to travel letter with them to the pier, stating the number of weeks pregnant at date of sailing and that they are not a high risk pregnancy. A copy with your booking number included, should be sent to Special Services at special_needs@rccl.com, in advance of sailing. Please check our website for full details. 11. MINIMUM AgE TO TRaVEL Infants sailing on a cruise must be at least six (6) months old as of the first day of the cruise, or twelve (12) months old as of the first day of the cruise for Transatlantic, Trans-Pacific, Hawaii, selected South American cruises and other selected cruises/cruisetours. For cruises with 3 or more consecutive sea days (where the ship is not in port, including days spent scenic cruising) infants must be at least 12 months of age on the first day of the cruise. In consideration of the limitations of the shipboard medical facility, equipment and staff, the company cannot accept waivers, releases or requests for exceptions to this policy. No person under the age of twenty-one (21) (a minor) may book or sail on any cruise holiday or have a cabin on his or her own unless accompanied by a parent or guardian or authorised person who is over the age of twenty-one (21), except for minors sailing with their parents or legal guardians in adjacent cabins. Any minor who is not travelling with at least one of their parents/legal guardian(s) will only be permitted to board the ship and undertake the cruise if accompanied by a person(s) over the age of twenty-one (21). For minors aged 17 or under at the start of the sailing, written authorisation from a parent/legal guardian must be provided. For minors 18, 19 or 20 years of age at the start of the sailing authorisation is not required. Adults who are not the parent or legal guardian of any child travelling with them are required to present the childs valid passport and applicable visa (or for domestic Australian sailings a certified copy of childs birth certificate) and an original legally affirmed or notarised letter signed by at least one of the childs parents/legal guardians. The letter must authorise the travelling adult to take the child on the specified cruise and must authorise the travelling adult to supervise the child, sign applicable sports waivers and permit any medical treatment that must be administered to the child which in the opinion of the treating doctor needs to be carried out without delay. A letter can be legally affirmed or notarised by a practicing solicitor, notary or commissioner for oaths who may charge a fee for this service. If such evidence is not produced, the minor(s) concerned will not be permitted to board the ship or undertake the cruise. We will not be responsible for any costs, expenses or losses suffered as a

result either by the minor affected, the person(s) paying for their cruise (if not the minor him/herself), or any persons travelling with the minor who decide not to continue with the holiday as a result of the failure to produce a letter of authorisation as set out above. We will not pay any compensation or give any refund to any minor who we have not permitted to board the ship, any person paying for the minors holiday (if not the minor him/herself), or any persons travelling with the minor who decide not to continue with the cruise themselves as a result of the failure to produce a letter of authorisation. Please note that parent(s)/legal guardian travelling with a child who has a different surname to the parent(s)/legal guardian, will be required to produce official proof such as a full birth certificate/divorce papers etc to prove that they are the parent(s)/legal guardian of the children concerned. Individual cabins can be booked by married couples whose minimum age are eighteen (18) (proof of marriage is required at time of booking). On board there are certain facilities where entry is restricted by age. Persons using the spa must be over the age of 18. Full details of onboard facilities with age and height restrictions are contained within the Daily Programme, which is available from the Guest Relations Desk. 12. ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN & INFaNTS Activities for children There are childrens facilities and entertainment on board all Celebrity Cruises ships with the exception of Celebrity Xpedition. Program hours may vary by ship/itinerary. The program is available for 317 year olds, divided into four age groups: Ship Mates SM ages 3 to 5 years Celebrity Cadets SM ages 6 to 8 years Ensigns SM ages 9 to 11 years Admiral Teens SM ages 12 to 17 years We respectfully ask parents not to allow their children to play uncontrolled on deck, in lounges or on the dance floors, especially during the evening. Children are not permitted in the Casino at any time. Swimming activities are not supervised and no child or infant is allowed to enter the pool wearing nappies (diapers) including swimming nappies. Children or infants can only swim if they are toilet trained and under their parent/ guardians supervision. Activities for infants We also have a program called Toddler Time, available on all ships, except Celebrity Xpedition, for children under 3 years of age. A toy lending program and bedtime story sessions may also be offered onboard, which also require full parental supervision. All sessions vary between ships and sailing dates and are unsupervised by ship staff. Babysitting Baby-sitting and child minding (currently US$8 per hour for up to 2 children in the same family aged 12 months or over, in the same cabin) can usually be arranged provided cruise staff are available to provide this service. The minimum age for in stateroom baby-sitting is twelve months. All children participating in childrens programmes must be toilet trained. A small charge may be made for some childrens activities (currently US$6 per hour per child) for lunchtime (12:00pm 2:00pm) and evening slumber parties (10:00pm 1:00am) sessions. Please note that facilities and activities are limited for babies under the age of three. Please consult your travel agent or Celebrity Cruises at time of booking for further information. 13. GUESTS wITH SPECIaL NEEDS You must ensure that you are medically and physically fit for travel, and that such travelling will not endanger yourself or anyone else. At the time of booking (or as soon as possible if the condition arises after booking) you must tell us or your travel agent in writing about any medical or physical condition which will or may require medical treatment or attention during your holiday or which may or will affect your holiday in any way (including your use of any services or facilities). Please provide as much information as possible. Most of our ships have selected staterooms designated for guests with physical disabilities. Please contact our Reservations Department for further information. Guests who use wheelchairs must provide their own collapsible wheelchair and may find certain areas of the ship inaccessible. If you would like to bring a motorized wheelchair or scooter on board you must contact our Reservations department at time of booking to provide the dimensions as size limitations may apply and we may not be able to accommodate this request. Certain conditions (for example, use of tenders or some shore excursions) may prevent guests with wheelchairs from going ashore at certain ports of call. Guests affected by a disability or medical condition must be self-sufficient or travel with someone who can provide all necessary assistance. We regret we must reserve the right to refuse to allow anyone to travel who, in our reasonable opinion, is physically or mentally unfit to travel or will or may require care beyond that which any travelling companion or we ourselves can reasonably provide. 14. VISaS & PaSSPORTS For all international sailings a valid passport and appropriate visa will be required. You are responsible to ensure that you have all necessary visas and that your passport is up to date and will remain valid for at least 6 months from the date of the termination of your cruise. Please check the applicable passport and visa requirements (including multi-entry visa requirements and for additional visa photos) with the embassies of the countries you will be visiting during your cruise, or check the up-to-date position with your travel agent in good time before departure. Guests who do not possess the proper documentation may be prevented from boarding their flight or ship or from entering a country and may be subject to fines. No refunds will be given to individuals who fail to bring proper documentation. We regret we cannot accept any liability if you are refused entry onto any flight or into any country or otherwise suffer any difficulties or incur any costs as a result of not having an acceptable passport or any required visa(s). Certain Port Authorities may from time to time ask to see photo identification when you depart the ship during the cruise. We strongly suggest that you take a photocopy of your passport (in addition to your passport itself) with you on holiday and carry the photocopy with you each time you depart the ship in order to minimise any inconvenience this may cause. 15. CHECKINg IN For your convenience we offer a check in facility on our website. By checking in online for your cruise, you will significantly speed up your check-in process and will be able to board the ship sooner and avoid delays and queues at the cruise terminal. To check in online, go to www.celebritycruises.com, click on Before Cruising, then Online Check-in. If you have checked in online, bring your signed SetSail Pass and identification documents with you to the cruise terminal. Proceed to the SetSail area where one of our guest assistance agents will verify your identification documents and issue your SeaPass SM card to board the ship. If you have not checked in online, bring your cruise documents and your identification documents to the cruise terminal where one of our guest assistance agents will process your cruise documents, verify identification documents, check you in for your cruise, issue your SeaPass SM card and direct you to the ship. Your stateroom attendant will deliver your luggage as soon as possible after boarding. We recommend that items such as medicines are packed in your hand luggage.

Please note: all guests must be checked-in and onboard the ship no later than 90 minutes prior to the published sailing time or they will not be permitted to sail. If you are not on board at least 90 minutes before the ships scheduled sailing time, we are entitled to assume that you do not intend to travel. Your booking will then be cancelled, 100% cancellation charges will be payable and no refund will be made. Please note, for security reasons, you will not be permitted to bring any visitors on board the ship in any port. 16. ONbOaRD PURCHaSES Onboard currency The currency used on board all Celebrity Cruises ships is US Dollars. Your onboard account All Celebrity Cruises ships operate on a cashless system. When you check in you will receive a SeaPass SM account card and all purchases made onboard the ship are made using this card. At the end of the cruise you will receive a statement summarizing the charges on your account. To settle your account we require you to register your credit card at check in. As all onboard accounts are payable in US Dollars, your credit card provider or financial institution may levy a foreign exchange transaction fee. Please note that when paying by credit card we obtain daily authorisations from your bank or financial institution, in some cases these may be held for up to 10 days for credit cards and 30 days for debit cards, after your cruise ends and will show as a pending/pre-authorisation transaction. For this reason we do not recommend the use of Debit Cards. Our ships do not accept Australian bank issued foreign currency cards if these do not contain your name either printed or embossed on the front of the card. Celebrity Cruises Seapass accounts may be settled in cash. We cannot accept personal cheques and any currency other than US Dollars. A cash machine is available on all Celebrity Cruises ships which dispenses US Dollars (US$5 fee per transaction will be levied for this service), and Euros (6 fee per transaction) for European sailings. 17. WHaT TO WEaR/PaCK & THE WEaTHER What to wear Shorts, t-shirts, slacks, trousers, casual skirts, blouses and sundresses are all perfect during the day. For lounging by the pool, pack bathing suits and casual shoes (e.g. flip-flops, sandals, trainers). Youll also need some casual shorts and t-shirts or a cover-up for getting to and from the pool areas. If youre planning to visit our onboard fitness centre then bring shorts, t-shirts and socks plus a pair of tennis or running shoes/trainers. In the evening, there are three distinct types of dress onboard: casual, smart casual and formal. Suggested guidelines for these nights are:  Casual Sport shirts and slacks for men, sundresses or pants for women.  Smart Casual Jackets and ties for men, dresses or pantsuits for women.  Formal Suits and ties or tuxedos for men, cocktail dresses for women. On formal evenings, formal attire is required in the main restaurant. The number of formal nights generally ranges from 13 depending on the duration of your cruise. We also offer casual dining in the evening at the Windjammer Caf. Bare feet and bathing suits are not allowed at any time during dinner. What not to pack For the safety of our guests, the following items are not allowed on board our ships: irons, coffeemakers, candles, illegal drugs, flammable liquids, explosives (such as fireworks), weapons (including knives, regardless of length) and electrical transformers. If connecting by air, please refer to your airline for carrier restrictions. The Weather Our cruises encompass a variety of continents and destinations and therefore the weather in each region will vary. Some of the destinations visited are tropical and may experience heavy rainfall or strong winds (sometimes hurricane force) at certain times of the year. Celebrity Cruises cannot accept liability for adverse weather conditions during your cruise holiday. 18. SMOKINg POLICy Smoking is not permitted inside any stateroom or on any stateroom balcony or our ships casinos. Smoking is allowed in the observation lounges on each ship and in various exterior locations, including parts of the pool and promenade decks, designated at the discretion of the Hotel Director. Celebrity Xpedition operates under a strict policy allowing smoking only in designated areas on the ships outer decks. Solstice Class Lawn Club and the Sunset Bar at the Lawn Club do not allow smoking. Violations to the smoking policy may result in a US$250 cleaning fee being charged to the guests on board account and may also be addressed through the lines Guest Conduct Policy. Please note that the above policy is subject to revision in order to comply with current applicable health legislation, where countries have local smoking regulations. This may mean that smoking is prohibited except in designated outdoor areas or when arriving departing certain ports. 19. CaSINO There is a fully equipped Casino on board all Celebrity Cruises ships, except on Celebrity Xpedition, with games such as blackjack or roulette, as well as slot machines. Please note that the Casino is closed whenever the ship is in port. Guests under the age of 18 are not permitted in the Casino at any time. Guests are advised that the use of any video recording or camera equipment is strictly prohibited in the Casino. Guests who request a cash transaction from casino cashiers (including cash advances and the purchase of casino chips and tokens) will be charged a transaction fee which will be charged to your SeaPass SM account along with the amount of the cash transaction. 20. MEDICaL SERVICES ONbOaRD There is a medical centre staffed by qualified doctors and/or nurses onboard all Celebrity Cruises ships, with the exception of Celebrity Xpedition. On Celebrity Xpedition there is usually once licensed (under Ecuadorian law) physician in attendance on board. The medical services available and medications kept on board are limited, and guests must bring an adequate supply of any specific medications they require. Our medical facilities are not intended or designed to serve as a clinic for guests. Please note that there is a charge for all medical services provided by the onboard medical centre (including medication, consultations and treatments) and charges are not covered by private health insurance policies or by Australian Medicare and the New Zealand Accident Compensation Corporation (including cruises sailing to only Australian and New Zealand ports). We strongly recommend that you take out travel insurance to cover any such charges. Charges are based upon U.S. Government Medicare Physician Fee schedules which are available upon request from the Guest Relations desk. Celebrity Cruises is not responsible for the diagnosis, treatment or services furnished by shipboard medical personnel. 21. GRaTUITIES (TIPS) On all of our ships, it is customary to offer gratuities (also known as service charge or tips) to staff members who have given you good service and personal attention. For passengers convenience we automatically add your onboard gratuities to your cruise fare so that they are pre-paid in Australian dollars in advance of your holiday. If you do not wish to pre-pay your gratuities you must make this known to us or your travel agent at the time of booking. If gratuities are not pre-paid then they can be paid onboard in US Dollars. Where passengers are confirmed on Celebrity Select Dining SM, pre-paid gratuities/tips

are mandatory. Please note mandatory pre-payment of gratuities are required for bookings made within a group. Pricing in this brochure includes a recommended daily total of AU$11.75 per guest (AU$12.25 for Concierge/AquaClass and AU$15.30 for suite guests), per cruise night, as adequate to cover cabin and dining room service for adults and children. Additionally, a service charge of 15% for all beverages is automatically added to your beverage purchases onboard. 22. SECURITy Celebrity Cruises highest priority is to ensure the safety and security of all guests. In order to maintain an effective and meaningful security environment and to comply with international and national security laws, regulations and guidelines, Celebrity Cruises has established strict security procedures in the seaport terminals we utilise and onboard all our vessels. These measures include screening all guests and their personal property prior to boarding. We appreciate your cooperation in this endeavour. 23. IDENTIFICaTION REQUIRED It is the sole responsibility of the guest to identify all travel documents such as passport and visa requirements for boarding the ship and entry into the countries visited on your cruise. For domestic Australian voyages calling in only Australian ports: Australian citizens require either a valid passport or government issued pictured and laminated ID card (drivers license/proof of age ID card/military ID card/ government (federal, territory, city etc) employee ID card/proof of age card) to be used as identification. For all other nationalities, a passport (plus visa if needed in Australia) is required. Children aged 17 years and under will require a Birth Certificate to travel or government issued photo ID. For all other sailings to ports/destinations outside of Australia: A valid passport and appropriate visa will be required for all passengers. For your protection it is essential that your passport expiration date not occur within six (6) months of the voyage termination date. For further information or clarification please contact your travel agent or Celebrity Cruises. 24. MISCELLaNEOUS Guest Relations The Guest Relations Desk is available 24 hours a day. The Desk operates as your source of general information, postmaster, as well as providing general information on customs & immigration. Cabins and suites General information including room sizes can be obtained from your travel agent or on our website. Additional beds in cabins Each ship has a limited number of three and four berth (bed) staterooms. These staterooms are popular with families or adults travelling in groups. Three and four berth staterooms will be made up of a combination of lower berths, upper berths, sofa beds or rollaway beds. On some ships, we can accommodate more than four guests in some cabin types. Fully occupied staterooms may not be able to accommodate a baby cot. Children under the age of 6 years are not permitted to occupy upper berths within any stateroom. Due to the height of upper berths, they are not suitable for the elderly and we strongly recommend that alternative staterooms are booked. Voltage/adapters The onboard voltage is 110/220 AC. Please ensure that you take any necessary U.S. and European adapters. Hair dryers are provided on all ships. Please contact your airline directly to ascertain the up to date position for the carriage of electrical and other dangerous items. This may vary by airline. Internet Internet services are available on all ships for a fee (please refer to our website for the latest fees). Celebrity Century and Celebrity Solstice Class ships are fully wireless, while Celebrity Millennium Class ships have wireless hotspots. Celebrity Xpedition has dial up internet connections. Laundry Laundry and dry cleaning services are available with the exception of Celebrity Xpedition. Prices will vary by garment type. On Celebrity Xpedition, laundry facilities are available but dry cleaning facilities are not available for environmental reasons. Celebrity Cruises does not provide irons and they are prohibited in cabins as they constitute a fire hazard. There are no self-laundry facilities onboard. Contacting the ship Your friends and family can contact any Celebrity Cruises cruise ship from Australia by dialing 0011 1 732 335 3296. The cost is approximately US$7.95 per minute and you must have a credit card number ready to enter to complete the call. Additional long distance/mobile phone charge to connect to the USA will also apply. Details about contacting Celebrity Xpedition will be provided in the Guest Ticket Booklet. Calling home from the ship You can make ship-to-shore phone calls from your cabin 24 hours a day. The cost is approximately US$7.95 per minute and will be automatically charged to your SeaPass SM account. Cellular at Sea We are pleased to offer an advanced cellular roaming network that allows you to make calls from anywhere in the world using your own mobile phone and number. If your network provider supports them, you may also be able to access GPRS and GSM services such as email, web access, and text messaging. Guests are encouraged to check with their providers prior to sailing, to enable roaming and check rates. All international roaming charges will be billed to your home carrier. Tenders In some ports the ship will anchor offshore and use smaller boats which hold around 100 people (known as tenders) to transport guests to shore. Guests will go to a tender platform from which you will board the tender. On occasion and due to operational reasons, it is necessary for us to switch from a docked port of call to a tender. 25. SHORE EXCURSIONS To get the most enjoyment out of your visit to a port of call, we recommend you select one of our shore excursions. Shore excursions are available in most ports of call and can be purchased online before your cruise or onboard the ship. Please book your shore excursions as soon as possible since some shore excursions can only accommodate a limited number of participants. Please visit www.celebritycruises.com to research and book your shore excursions, or contact your travel agent for further information. The information contained in our brochure is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of the brochure going to print. Our brochure descriptions may refer to activities which may be available in the ports you are visiting. We have no involvement in any such activities, which are neither run, supervised nor controlled in any way by us. They are provided by local operators who are entirely independent of us. Accordingly, we cannot guarantee that shore excursions are available generally or for guests with disabilities please contact us or your travel agent for information on specific excursions. Agreements guests enter into in relation to shore excursions do not form any part of your contract with us irrespective of the fact we may assist you in booking such activities. Accordingly, we cannot accept any liability in relation to such activities and the acceptance of liability contained in clause 39 of our Information, Terms and Conditions does not apply to them. We cannot guarantee accuracy at all times of information given in relation to such activities or about the resorts/area you are visiting generally (except where this concerns the services which will form part of your contract) or that any

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particular excursion or activity which does not form part of our contract will take place as these services are not under our control. If you feel that any of the activities mentioned in our brochure, which are not part of our contract, are vital to the enjoyment of your holiday, write to us immediately and we will tell you the latest known situation in regard to those activities. If after the time of printing of this brochure, we become aware of any material alterations to resorts/area information and or such outside activities, which can reasonably be expected to affect your decision to book a holiday with us, we will do our best to pass on this information at the time of the booking. Please note that we may be able to offer shore excursions for those guests with limited mobility, however, different charges may apply. Please contact our Special Services Department by email at shorexaccess@rccl.com at the time of booking. Please note on our Celebrity Xpedition cruises to the Galapagos Islands, you will not be allowed to explore on your own in the visitor locations with the exception of the two towns that are visited on Isla San Christianoble and Santa Cruz at Puerto Ayorta. Apart from these two exceptions, your guides will accompany you at all times. Many guides are multi-lingual but all tours will be given in English. 26. DISEMbaRKaTION At the end of your cruise The Cruise Director will give detailed instructions about disembarkation and clearing customs & immigration during the departure talk on the last day of the cruise. We strongly recommend that you attend this important and informative talk. You can also view this talk on your stateroom TV. Celebrity Cruises has no control over the length of time it may take for customs & immigration clearance. On the last night of your cruise you will need to:  Extend gratuities/tips to those who have made your cruise an unforgettable experience (where these have not been pre-paid). Pack your suitcases and place them outside your cabin door by  midnight. Your cabin steward will give you coloured tags for each piece of luggage. Please put your name and home address on each tag and remove all loose straps from your bags. The colour of your luggage tag will determine your departure time from the ship and your luggage collection point on shore. Carry fragile, important and valuable items with you in your hand baggage (including travel documents, identification documents, jewellery, cameras and any medication required by you) pending the re-delivery of your suitcases to you. Luggage at the end of your cruise On the morning of disembarkation, you will proceed through customs & immigration, collect your luggage and continue with your onward travel arrangements. It is our guests responsibility to remove all of their belongings from their cabin when they depart their cruise. If an item is left onboard, whilst we will assist you in trying to recover the item, if we are unable to do so then we cannot be held responsible and we will refer you to your travel insurance to make a claim for the item. Please note that items left behind may be destroyed. 27. TRaVEL ARRaNgEMENTS HOME Celebrity Cruises can arrange domestic and international flights to connect with your cruise. If we are not arranging flights for you, please consult your Travel Agent on the most appropriate flight times, ensuring that you allow sufficient time both prior to embarkation and following disembarkation. 28. INFORMaTION REQUIRED FROM YOU We may be required to pass on to immigration authorities, airlines and/or possibly other authorised bodies, certain personal details relating to our guests. You must provide the relevant details at the time of booking your cruise or no later than 70 days prior to your departure, whichever is the later. This information includes certain personal information, passport, emergency contact and insurance details. We will inform you at the time of booking, or as soon as we become aware, of the exact details required. We recommend you visit our website at www.celebritycruises.com and click on Before Cruising, then Online Check-in and submit these details online. You will need to have your booking ID and date of sailing to hand or, if we have already received this information from you at the time of booking, verify that the details we are holding are complete and accurate. Our procedures may change from time to time and we will inform you of any changes at the time of booking or as soon as possible thereafter. If you fail to supply the details requested, both fully and accurately, you may not be permitted to board your cruise ship and/or outward and/or return flight. We will not accept any liability in this situation and we will not pay you any compensation or make any refunds. You will also be responsible for your onward/return travel arrangements. If failure to have this information results in fines, surcharges or other financial penalty being imposed on us, you will be responsible for reimbursing us accordingly. Please also see Privacy Statement on page 79. 29. PRICE CHaNgES (CRUISES) We guarantee that we will not increase the price of your confirmed cruise once we have received full payment of the total cruise price from you or your travel agent. However, we may increase or decrease the prices of unsold cruises at any time. The price of your chosen cruise will be confirmed at the time of booking. After your booking is confirmed but before full payment is received, we will only increase the price if there is an increase in the cost of any transport included in the price and/or in any dues, taxes or fees payable for any services (for example, port taxes or charges of any sort). We will not ask you to pay more within 30 days of departure. In addition, we will pay the first part of any such increase(s) in costs up to a total amount equivalent to 2% of the cost of your confirmed cruise (excluding any insurance premiums and amendment charges). Only if any such increase(s) exceeds this 2% will we ask you to pay more. If any additional amount we ask you to pay is greater than 10% of the total cost of your confirmed cruise (excluding any insurance premiums or amendment charges), you will be entitled to cancel your booking. If you cancel your booking, you will then be sent a full refund of all monies you have paid to us for your cruise, except for any insurance premiums and amendment charges. We will tell you about any increase in the cost of your cruise by sending you or your travel agent a surcharge invoice. You will have 14 days from the issue date printed on that invoice to tell us in writing that you want to cancel. If you do not advise us in writing that you wish to cancel within 14 days, we shall assume you are prepared to pay the additional amount. Any such additional amount must be paid with the balance of the cost of the cruise or within 14 days of the issue date printed on the surcharge invoice, whichever comes first. From time to time we may release special offers on some cruises. If you wish to change your booking to take advantage of these offers then you will have to cancel your existing booking, whereupon our standard cancellation policy (including charges) will apply. We reserve the right to charge an administration fee of AU$100 per person to make any such changes. 30. CaNCELLaTIONS & REFUNDS Cancellations and refunds If you or anyone travelling with you wishes to cancel your/their cruise or flights, you must immediately give notice in writing to us or your travel agent so that your agent can give us notice of cancellation on your behalf. The cruise and flights will only be deemed cancelled from the date we actually receive written notice of cancellation from you or your travel agent. Insurance premiums and or amendment charges cannot be refunded in the event of cancellation. Cancellation of cruise The following cancellation charges will then apply to your cruise.

Standard Cruises & Cruisetours (Cruise Portion Only) Days Prior to Cruise Departure Cancellation Charges 151 or more days deposit is refundable 15071 days loss of deposit 7046 days 25% of fare * 4531 days 50% of fare * 3015 days 75% of fare * 14 days or less 100% of fare
Holiday Sailings Christmas, New Year & Easter (Cruise Portion Only) Days Prior to Cruise Departure Cancellation Charges 151 or more days deposit is refundable 15091 days loss of deposit 9061 days 25% of fare * 6041 days 50% of fare * 4025 days 75% of fare * 24 days or less 100% of fare *In instances where the deposit amount paid is higher than the 25/50/75% of cruise fare cancellation charge, then the highest of the two amounts is payable as the cancellation charge, i.e. the full deposit amount is retained. Cancellation of flights All flights cancelled will incur a cancellation charge of AU$50.00 per person plus any airline cancellation charges. In some cases these could be the full cost of the airline ticket. Please contact your travel agent or speak to our Air/ Sea Department for your flight cancellation charges as they vary by airline, destination and fare type. Other cancellation policies Depending on the reason for your cancellation, you may be able to reclaim these cancellation charges (less any applicable excess) under the terms of your travel insurance policy. Claims must be made directly to the insurance company concerned. Where any cancellation reduces the number of full paying party members below the number on which the price, number of free places and/or any concessions agreed for your booking were based, we will recalculate your holiday cost and re-invoice you accordingly. Any such invoice must be paid within 7 days if rendered within 70 days of sailing (90 days in the event of holiday sailings). In all other instances invoices for any such cost increases must be paid within the time frame stipulated for the payment of the balance due on the original booking. In the event that any cost increase to a booking due to a cancellation is not paid within the time limit specified, we reserve the right to cancel the booking and in those circumstances, normal cancellation charges will apply. Travel agents may impose their own charges in connection with a cruise (for example service fees) and may impose their own cancellation fees. Any charges or fees of this nature are a matter strictly between the guest and their travel agent. 31. CHaNgINg YOUR BOOKINg Subject to clause 29 (Price changes) and availability, some changes (excluding changes to ship or sailing date) can be made to your booking. You may request changes via your travel agent up to 45 days before departure. We will make every effort to meet your change request; however, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to make any requested change. Up to 45 days before departure an administration fee of AU$50 per booking will be payable for each change requested. If you request a change within 45 days of departure, this will be treated as a cancellation of your original booking and cancellation charges as set out in these terms and conditions will be payable. The changed arrangements will then be treated as a new booking. If you or any of the people travelling with you are prevented from taking the cruise you/they may give your/their place on the booking to someone else (suggested by you). In this situation, providing we are given not less than 14 days notice in writing of your wish to make the change, we will permit the name change on payment of an administration fee of AU$50. A maximum of only one passenger name may be changed per cabin. You must produce documentary proof of the reason for the transfer with the request (e.g. a letter from a doctor). You must ensure that the administration fee and any charges/costs as well as any amount which is still due to be paid for the cruise are paid in full as required. We reserve the right to cancel the booking if any charges remain outstanding. 32. TRaVEL INSURaNCE All guests must obtain appropriate personal travel insurance at the time you book your cruise, which includes a minimum cover for the cost of cancellation of your cruise, the cost of assistance including repatriation in the event of an accident or illness, and the cost of medical treatment in the onboard medical centre. All services provided by the onboard medical centre (including medication, consultations and treatments) are not covered by private health insurance policies or by Australian Medicare and the New Zealand Accident Compensation Corporation (including cruises sailing to only ports within Australia and New Zealand). We recommend that you contact your travel agent or an independent insurance broker for details of suitable policies. 33. LUggagE & PERSONaL BELONgINgS Luggage allowance The maximum luggage allowance for guests boarding our ships is 90kg per guest, however, airlines also impose their own luggage allowance, with which you must also comply, and this is usually less than the cruise allowance. There are always restrictions on the amount, size and weight of the luggage you may take on any flight, in particular where we are using non-scheduled services. We strongly recommend that you check with your airline directly for confirmation of your baggage allowance as allowances vary by airline and excess luggage fees may apply. In some instances baggage allowances can be limited to as little as 15kg. All luggage allowances are subject to variation by the airline concerned and you may be charged additional costs by the airline for excess luggage. Personal belongings Please make sure that all valuable and important items (for example, medicines, jewellery, fragile items, important travel and other documents, video/camera/ computer equipment) are carried by hand and not packed in your luggage or left unsecured in your cabin or elsewhere onboard ship. Special care must be taken of such items. For your protection once onboard, all valuable and important items should be deposited with the Guest Relations Desk or, where available, in your cabin mini-safe. You are also strongly advised to take out appropriate and adequate insurance to protect such items. We cannot accept any responsibility or liability for any valuable or important items which are not deposited with the Guest Relations Desk for safekeeping. For items which are so deposited, the most we may be liable to pay you if any item(s) is lost or damaged (for any reason) whilst in our care is AU$1,500 per guest, per cruise. Banned items You must not pack in any luggage or bring onboard any item specified as dangerous or illegal (e.g. guns, explosives, drugs, animals, flammable items, etc.). In addition, we may specify other items which you must not bring with you and may also refuse to allow you to take onboard any item which we consider to be inappropriate. If we or the Master of the ship have reason to believe that any cabin may contain any item or substance which should

not have been brought onboard, the Master or an authorised Officer has the right to enter and search the cabin concerned and seize any such item or substance. Special Notice: Due to the new enhanced airport security measures, please ensure that any sharp items, including but not limited to scissors, razor blades, nail clippers, tweezers and knitting needles, are packed in your check-in luggage and not in your hand luggage. 34. LOST, DELayED OR DaMagED PROPERTy Lost, delayed or damaged property This clause applies in relation to any loss, delay or damage to property which occurs during your cruise or whilst getting on or off the ship or whilst using any services provided or arranged by us, except for any claims in relation to any valuable or important items (see clause 33, Luggage & Personal Belongings). It is our guests responsibility to remove all of their belongings from their cabin when they depart their cruise. If an item is left onboard, whilst we will assist you in trying to recover the item, if we are unable to do so, then we cannot be held responsible and we will refer you to your travel insurance policy to make a claim for the item. Please note that items left behind may be destroyed. If you discover the loss, delay or damage when onboard, you must immediately report it to the Guest Relations Desk. The time limits for notifying any loss, delay or damage, and the maximum amount which will be payable by us or the supplier concerned, are as follows: Any damage or delay, which is apparent, must be notified to ourselves and the supplier of the service concerned (if it is not us) before or, at latest, at the time of departure from the ship or, for other services, whilst using or at the end of using those services. Any loss, damage or delay, which is not apparent, must be notified to ourselves and the supplier of the service concerned (if it is not us) within 7 days of departure from the ship or the end of your using the service in question. If you can prove that the damage, delay or loss was our fault or the fault of the supplier of a service that we agreed to arrange as part of your holiday, we will compensate you for the loss or damage if you can prove you have suffered as a result up to a maximum of AU$1,100 per guest per cruise. This will also be the case where any property is damaged, delayed or lost whilst not on board or getting on or off the ship but using other services (apart from air travel) which form part of the holiday we have contractually agreed to provide. In all cases, you must give us credit for payments you have received or will receive from any airline and/or other supplier in connection with your claim. You must also give us details of any relevant insurance coverage you hold. In appropriate cases we are entitled to ask you to reduce your claim by the amount received from any/all insurance companies. Lost, delayed or damaged luggage during air travel Any damage, delay or loss suffered during any travel by air (including the process of getting on and off the aircraft) must be notified to the airline at the time of discovery or, in any event, in writing within 7 days of the end of the flight concerned for damage or loss or within 21 days of the luggage being made available for you in the event of delay. The maximum we or the airline will have to pay you in the event of any damage, destruction, delay or loss of luggage or property is the most which is payable under the relevant international convention or regulation. For most international flights, this will be the Montreal Convention 1999. Where the Montreal Convention 1999 applies, the maximum we or the airline will have to pay you at present for loss, destruction, damage, delay of luggage is the maximum payable under the Convention (currently approximately A$1,700 per passenger) unless special conditions apply. The airline will not be liable to pay any compensation if the airline can prove that it took all reasonable steps to avoid the damage, delay or loss or that it was impossible for the airline or its employees to take such measures. In all cases, you must give us credit for payments received from any airline or other supplier in connection with your claim. You must also give us details of any relevant insurance coverage you hold. In appropriate cases we are entitled to ask you to reduce your claim by the amount received from any insurance company. 35. CHaNgES TO CRUISE Delayed departures and itinerary changes We regret we cannot guarantee that ships will call at every advertised port or follow every part of the advertised itinerary. We and the Master of the ship have the right to omit any port(s), call at any additional port(s), deviate from the advertised itinerary in any way or substitute another ship or port. In addition, we will not be responsible for any failure to meet the arrival or departure times shown in this brochure for any port(s) of call. Normally, changes in the itinerary are to protect the interest and safety of our guests. Changes to the last confirmed itinerary for your cruise may become necessary after you have departed for a variety of reasons such as prevailing weather and sea conditions, guest emergencies, providing assistance to other vessels and the ship being unable to operate at its normal speed(s) due to unexpected mechanical or technical problems. We will of course do our best to avoid any changes which will have a significant detrimental effect on your last confirmed itinerary. However, we cannot accept any liability in respect of any changes which result from circumstances outside our control (see clause 40) or which do not have a significant detrimental effect. If we change or cancel your cruise Occasionally, we have to make changes to and correct errors in the brochure and other details both before, and after, bookings have been confirmed and, even more rarely, cancel confirmed bookings. Whilst we always endeavour to avoid changes and cancellations, we reserve the right to do so. If we have to make a significant change or cancel, we will tell you as soon as possible. If there is time to do so before departure, we will offer you the choice of the following options for significant changes: (a) accepting the changed arrangements, or (b) purchasing an alternative holiday from us, of a similar standard to that originally booked if available. We will offer you at least one alternative holiday of equivalent or higher standard for which you will not be asked to pay any more than the price of the original holiday. If this holiday is in fact cheaper than the original one, we will refund the price difference. If you do not wish to accept the holiday we specifically offer you, you may choose any of our other then available holidays. The price of any such holiday shall be applicable. This will mean you will pay more if it is more expensive or receive a refund if it is cheaper than your original holiday. (c) cancelling or accepting the cancellation in which case you will receive a full refund of all monies you have paid to us. Please note, the above options are not available where any changes made are minor or insignificant. Definition of a significant change in the context of these terms and conditions A significant change is a change to your confirmed holiday which can reasonably be said to have a significant effect on it. Examples of significant and minor changes are as follows: Significant change: a change from two days port of calls to two days sailing instead. Minor change: a change from one port of call to another; a change from one days port of call to one days sailing; a change in timings for any port(s) of call but the ship still calls at the port concerned; a change in order of ports that are visited. Very rarely, we may be forced by force majeure (see clause 40) to change or terminate your holiday after departure but before the scheduled end of your time away. This is extremely unlikely but if this situation does occur, we regret we will be unable to make any refunds (unless we obtain any refunds from our suppliers), pay you any compensation or meet any costs or expenses you incur as a result. 36. ELIgIbILITy TO TRaVEL & GUEST BEHaVIOUR Refusal of booking request or passage To facilitate our ability to continue to provide safe and enjoyable cruises to our

guests, we reserve the right to refuse to accept a booking request from an individual or group and reserve the right to cancel an existing reservation. If, in our, the ships Master or Doctors reasonable opinion, you are or appear to be unfit to travel for any reason or pose a risk or danger to yourself or a danger to others or behave in such a way as to cause or be likely to cause danger, upset or distress to any third party or danger to property, we are entitled without prior notice to refuse to allow you to travel on any ship and to terminate your cruise holiday at any time. You may then be left at any port or place at which the ship calls without our incurring any liability. You will have to pay any costs, expenses or losses suffered as a result, and we will not pay any compensation or give you any refund. Once your holiday has been terminated in this manner, we will not have any further responsibility towards you. The same right to refuse to allow you to travel or to use any services applies where you are or appear to be unfit to travel or otherwise behave badly as set out above during any other part of your holiday. If you have failed to give proper notice of any physical or mental disability or condition (including informing us of any change or deterioration in any notified disability or condition) which will or may require care beyond that which any travelling companion or we ourselves can reasonably provide, we are entitled to refuse to allow you to travel. However, at our discretion, the cruise only fare may be refunded. Guest behaviour On every Celebrity Cruises ship, we are committed to providing every guest with an excellent cruise holiday. For the safety and comfort of our guests, Celebrity Cruises has developed a Guest Conduct Policy for both adults and children. If Celebrity Cruises determines that certain guests are in violation of these guidelines, we may be forced to ask the offending party to leave the ship at the next available port of call. These policies are subject to change without notice and without liability to Celebrity Cruises. Celebrity Cruises is free to adopt additional rules not stated in these policies. These policies are located in the Cruise Services Directory and at the Guest Relations Desk. You can also view the Guest Conduct Policy on our website at www.celebritycruises.com 37. FLIgHTS/AIR Flights All prices quoted are per person in Australian Dollars and where applicable include all applicable Airline & Government taxes. Airline taxes are subject to change until the airfare is paid in full and ticketed. Flights are booked in Economy class, unless otherwise stated. Flights will either be scheduled or non-scheduled service. All flights are subject to availability. If you wish to travel on a particular carrier or flight routing, or if your departure and/or arrival date differ from the standard flights available, any additional costs and charges imposed by the airlines or us, will be charged to you. Please refer to the Air/Sea department or your travel agent for details of such charges. Most airlines operate a non-smoking policy. Flight timings and routings Whilst the dates of your outward and return flights will be advised at the time of booking, we are not always in a position to confirm the route, service (scheduled or non-scheduled), airline, aircraft type or the airport of destination, which will be used in conjunction with any flight included in your holiday. For this reason, flight timings and/or routing may not be shown on your confirmation invoice. Itinerary information will be provided as soon as we are in a position to do so. We are unable to inform you of your flight timings and routings for bookings made more than 10 months before departure. The flight timings and airlines shown on our invoice cannot be guaranteed and are subject to change. When this information is provided at the time of booking or subsequently, it is subject to change (including the substitution of non-scheduled flights for scheduled air services and/or re-routing of air travel due to scheduled air services being withdrawn or changed or being unavailable). Any such change will not entitle you to cancel or change to other arrangements without paying our normal amendment and/or cancellation charges. Whilst we endeavour to book the best connections between flights, your booked flight may not be the most direct route and may also involve stops en-route to your final destination which may involve you disembarking from the aircraft or changing aircraft and/or airlines. A wait may be experienced at connecting airports. Please also note that for guests who are travelling together but booked on different booking numbers, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to book the same flight itinerary for all guests, as these are subject to availability. Special airfares & promotions Some flights used in conjunction with our cruises may be based on special fares and may not be the most direct route. Any requested deviations to alternative airlines, routings and timings will incur additional charges. Special airfares may require immediate payment to qualify for the offer. Flight Tickets The actual flight times will be those shown on our tickets, which will be dispatched to you approximately 4 weeks before departure. You must check your tickets carefully immediately upon receipt for confirmation for correct flight times. It is possible that flight times may be changed even after tickets have been dispatched we will contact you as soon as possible if this occurs. Lost Flight Tickets If your tickets are lost or stolen prior to commencement of your holiday, please report the loss to us immediately. If your tickets become lost or stolen during the holiday (including your time spent at the airport) you must report this to the airline and the local police immediately (if you have booked your flights with us). Please note: There will be a charge for the re-issue of your air tickets. You will be informed of these at the time of reporting the lost or stolen tickets, as the charges vary depending on the airline. Making changes to flights Any amendments you make to your flight arrangements will be subject to availability and will incur an administration amendment charge of AU$25 per person along with any additional costs and charges incurred by us or imposed by the airline, as per your airfare rules at time of booking. If your tickets have been issued, standard airline cancellation penalties will also apply. In some cases, these could be the full cost of your ticket. Flight Delays In the event of a flight delay, the airline concerned may provide refreshments, and if necessary, overnight accommodation depending on the expected length of the delay, the time of day and the airport in question. This is entirely the discretion of the airline. Where you have booked a Fly/Cruise holiday we cannot accept any liability for any delay, which is due to any of the reasons set out in clause 39 of these Information, Terms & Conditions (which includes the behaviour of any passenger on the flight, for example fails to check in or board on time). Please note, if your flight is cancelled or delayed, your flight ticket is downgraded or boarding denied by your airline in circumstances which would entitle you to claim compensation against the airline, you must pursue the airline for the compensation due to you. All sums you receive or are entitled to receive from the airline concerned by virtue of regulations represent the full amount of your entitlement to compensation or any other payment arising from such cancellation, delay, downgrading or denied boarding. This includes any disappointment, distress, inconvenience or effect on any other arrangements even when those arrangements have been made in conjunction with your flight. We have no liability to make any payment (as dealt with above) not covered by the airlines obligations under the Denied Boarding Regulations. If, for any reason, you do not claim against the airline and make a claim for compensation from us, you must at the time of payment of any compensation to you by us, make a complete assignment to us of the rights you have against

the airline in relation to the claim that gives rise to that compensation payment Airline booking class and seat allocations Unless you book and pay for an upgrade, you will fly Economy class. We strongly recommend that you check-in early if you have a particular seat request as we have no control over the allocation of seats. Flights are often full, your choice of seats may not be available, and it may not be possible to obtain seats together. Please note, only fully fit and able-bodied guests may occupy exit row seats on an aircraft. Some airlines will charge an additional fee to pre-book exit seats, or they are only assigned at the airport check-in. Special requests The airline will endeavour to satisfy any special service requests such as dietary requirements, meet-and-assist and wheelchair assistance. Regrettably we/the airline cannot guarantee your request. Some medical assistance and special meal requests may incur a charge, which will be invoiced accordingly. For all special requirements please email airsea.au@rcclapac.com or phone +61 2 4331 5400. Please note: any request of this nature should be advised at the time of booking. Not meeting any special request for any reason will not be a breach of contract. Airlines may at their discretion refuse to carry guests with certain medical conditions, which affect you, and/or any member of your party at the time of booking. We do not guarantee that guests traveling within the same party will be confirmed on the same flight arrangements. Upgrading airfares Subject to availability and paying the difference in price, you can arrive in style by upgrading your Economy flight to a higher class of travel. If you are interested in upgrading your flight, please notify reservations at time of booking and your request will be passed on to our Air/Sea Department. Pre- and/or post-cruise accommodation for Fly/Cruise bookings To ensure you arrive in sufficient time for your cruise, 1 night pre-cruise accommodation is required at selected gateway cities. This is at an additional cost. If accommodation is booked by us it will be itemised on your invoice. Any accommodation/travel arrangements booked independently will not be reflected on this invoice. It is your responsibility to ensure all travel arrangements are correct. Post cruise accommodation may also be required due to flight schedules. Please check with your Travel Agent or Air Sea consultant for details. 38. MaKINg a COMPLaINT In the unlikely event you have a reason to complain whilst away, you must immediately notify the Guest Relations Desk onboard ship and the supplier of the service(s) in question (if not us). This is to ensure that we are given the opportunity to address and to attempt to resolve any issue you raise. Any verbal complaint must be put in writing and given to the supplier and us as soon as possible. If a problem cannot be resolved to your satisfaction and you wish to follow this up you must write to us on your return to the address below. You must provide your booking reference number and full details of your complaint within 28 days of your return from holiday unless a different time limit applies to your claim see clauses 33 and 34. We will only accept complaints from the lead name of a booking. If your complaint is written on behalf of other members of your travelling party, their full names and booking reference numbers must be clearly stated in the correspondence together with their authority for you to handle the complaint on their behalf. If you fail to follow this complaints procedure, your right to claim compensation may be affected or even lost as a result. We both agree that any dispute or claim will be dealt with by a court located in New South Wales, Australia to the exclusion of the courts of any other state, territory or country. We can only pay you compensation if the following conditions are met: If asked to do so, the person(s) affected must transfer to us any rights  they have against the supplier or whoever else is responsible for your claim and complaint. The person(s) affected must agree to cooperate fully with us and our  insurers if we or our insurers want to enforce any rights transferred to us. 39. LIabILITy Our liability (1) Subject to Our Limit of Liability below we promise to make sure that the holiday arrangements we have agreed to make, perform or provide as applicable as part of our contract with you are made, performed or provided with reasonable skill and care. This means that, subject to these booking conditions, we will accept responsibility if, for example, you suffer death or personal injury or your contracted holiday arrangements are not provided as promised or prove deficient as a result of the failure of ourselves, our employees, agents or suppliers to use reasonable skill and care in making, performing or providing, as applicable, your contracted holiday arrangements. Please note it is your responsibility to show that reasonable skill and care has not been used if you wish to make a claim against us. In addition, we will only be responsible for what our employees, agents and suppliers do or do not do if they were at the time acting within the course of their employment (for employees) or carrying out work we had asked them to do (for agents and suppliers). (2) We will not be responsible for any injury, illness, death, loss (for example loss of enjoyment), damage, expense, cost or other sum or claim of any description whatsoever which results from any of the following:  The act(s) and/or omission(s) of the person(s) affected or any member(s) of their party or The act(s) and/or omission(s) of a third party not connected with the provision of your holiday and which were unforeseeable or unavoidable or force majeure as defined in clause 40 Please note, we cannot accept any liability for any damage, loss, expense or other sum(s) of any description (1) which on the basis of the information given to us by you concerning your booking prior to our accepting it, we could not have foreseen you would suffer or incur if we breached our contract with you or (2) which did not result from any breach of contract or other fault by ourselves or our employees or, where we are responsible for them, our suppliers. Additionally we cannot accept liability for any business losses. Please note we cannot accept responsibility for any services which do not form part of our contract. This includes, for example, any additional services or facilities, which your hotel or any other supplier agrees to, provide for you where the services or facilities are not advertised in our brochure, and we have not agreed to arrange them. In addition, regardless of any wording used by us on our website, in any of our brochures or elsewhere, we only promise to use reasonable skill and care as set out above and we do not have any greater or different liability to you. The promises we make to you about the services we have agreed to provide or arrange as part of our contract and the laws and regulations of the country in which your claim or complaint occurred will be used as the basis for deciding whether the services in question had been properly provided. If the particular services which gave rise to the claim or complaint complied with local laws and regulations applicable to those services at the time, the services will be treated as having been properly provided. This will be the case even if the services did not comply with the laws and regulations of the US, which would have applied had those services been provided in the US. The exception to this is where the claim or complaint concerns the absence of a safety feature which might lead a reasonable holiday maker to refuse to take the holiday in question. Our limit of liability Please note: The provisions of the Convention relating to the Carriage of Passengers and their luggage by sea 1974 (The Athens Convention) apply to your cruise as well as the process of getting on and/or off the ship.

For any claim involving death or personal injury or delay of or loss of or damage to luggage the only liability we have to you is in accordance with The Athens Convention. This means you are not entitled to make any claim against us which is not expressly permitted by The Athens Convention or which is in excess of the limits provided by The Athens Convention. Any claims covered under The Athens Convention must be made within the time limits set out in The Athens Convention. The Athens Convention limits the maximum amount we as the carrier have to pay if found liable in the event of death or personal injury or loss or damage to luggage and makes special provision for valuables. For death and personal injury, this limit is presently approximately US$250,000 per person. For claims concerning luggage and valuables, please see other clauses of these terms and conditions. Where any claim or part of a claim (including those involving death or personal injury) concerns or is based on any travel arrangements (including the process of getting on and/or off the transport concerned) provided by any air, rail or road carrier or any stay in a hotel, the maximum amount of compensation we will have to pay you will be limited. The most we will have to pay you for that claim or that part of a claim if we are found liable to you on any basis is, except as otherwise expressly set out in the Booking Conditions, the most the carrier or hotel keeper concerned would have to pay under the International Convention or Regulation which applies to the travel arrangements or hotel stay in question (for example, the Warsaw Convention as amended or unamended and the Montreal Convention). Please note: Where a carrier or hotel would not be obliged to make any payment to you under the applicable International Convention or Regulation in respect of a claim or part of a claim, we similarly are not obliged to make a payment to you for that claim or part of the claim. When making any payment, we are entitled to deduct any money which you have received or are entitled to receive from the transport provider or hotelier for the complaint or claim in question. Copies of the applicable International Conventions and Regulations are available from us on request. Your liability You must ensure that you are using an up-to-date brochure when you book your cruise. We cannot accept any liability whatsoever for any mistakes or any incorrect/inaccurate information which results from the use of any out-of-date brochure. It is your responsibility to ensure that you and everyone travelling with you have all necessary passports, visas and all other travel documents and that these are valid and in order. 40. CIRCUMSTaNCES OUTSIDE OUR CONTROL Except where we specifically say otherwise in these Information, Terms and Conditions, we cannot accept any liability or pay any compensation where your cruise or any other services we have promised to arrange or provide cannot be provided at all or as promised as a result of circumstances which are outside our control (force majeure). When we talk about circumstances which are outside our control, we mean any event which we or the supplier of the service in question could not have avoided even after taking all reasonable care. Such events are likely to include but are not limited to war or threat of war, acts of terrorists or threats of such acts, riots or civil unrest, industrial action, natural or nuclear disaster, fire, adverse weather conditions, health risks, epidemics, mechanical difficulties (which we could not have anticipated or avoided despite our normal comprehensive mechanical checks) acts of God and all similar circumstances which are outside our control. 41. OTHER CONDITIONS WHICH APPLy TO YOUR CRUISE Airlines and our other suppliers have their own conditions which may apply to you. Some of these conditions may limit or exclude the airlines or other suppliers liability to you, often in accordance with international conventions. Copies of the relevant parts of these conditions should be requested and obtained by you from the supplier. 42. PRICE aND BROCHURE ACCURaCy Celebrity Cruises policies and procedures are constantly evolving. At the time of printing, all those listed in this brochure were correct. Please note: The information and prices shown in this brochure may have changed by the time you come to book your cruise. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the brochure and prices at the time of printing, regrettably errors do occasionally occur. You must therefore ensure that you check all details of your chosen cruise with your travel agent or with us direct, at the time of booking. Brochure printed in August 2011. 43. PRIVaCy STaTEMENT In order to process your booking, we need to collect certain personal details from you. These details will include, where applicable, the names and addresses of party members, credit/debit card or other payment details and special requirements such as those relating to any disability or medical condition which may affect the chosen holiday arrangements, and any dietary restrictions which may disclose your religious beliefs. We may also need to collect other personal details such as your nationality, citizenship, gender and passport details in addition to the details mentioned above. If we need any other personal details, we will inform you before we obtain them from you. We need to pass on your personal details to the companies and organisations that need to know them so that your holiday can be provided (for example your airline, hotel, other supplier, credit/debit card company or bank). We may also be required, either by law or by applicable third parties (such as Immigration Authorities) to disclose your details for various reasons; for example in the interests of protecting national security. Such companies, organisations and third parties may be outside Australia. We would also like to store and use your personal details for future marketing purposes, (for example sending you a brochure or details of a promotion). All details you give us in connection with your booking (including those relating to any disability or medical condition or your religious beliefs) will be kept confidential. However, we will use only names and contact details for marketing purposes. Occasionally, we may sell clients names and addresses to other companies or organisations that offer goods or services, which we feel, may interest you. If you do not want us to do any and/or all of these things, please let us know as soon as possible. We are entitled to assume you do not object to our doing any of the things mentioned in this statement unless you tell us otherwise in writing. We will only deal with the personal details you give us as set out above unless you agree otherwise. We have appropriate security measures in place to protect this information. You are generally entitled to ask us (by letter or e-mail) what details of yours are being held or processed, for what purpose and to whom they may be or have been disclosed. We will charge a fee to respond to such a request. We promise to respond to your request within 40 days of receiving your written request and fee. In certain limited circumstances, we are entitled to refuse your request. If you believe that any of your personal details which we are processing are inaccurate or incorrect please contact us immediately. We also use CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) to monitor images on all Celebrity Cruises ships for the purpose of crime prevention and the safety of our guests generally; we will usually store these images for up to three months. For further information please contact Celebrity Cruises. This brochure and its content replaces all previous editions. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the brochure at the time of printing, regrettably errors may occasionally occur and information may have changed since printing. Celebrity Cruises, X, Celebrity Century, Celebrity Millennium, Celebrity Infinity, Celebrity Summit, Celebrity Constellation, Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Eclipse, Celebrity Silhouette, Celebrity Reflection, Celebrity Xpedition, AquaSpa, AquaClass, Qsine are trade/service/registered marks of Celebrity Cruises Inc. Ships registry: Malta & Ecuador. 2011 Celebrity Cruises. All Rights Reserved.

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