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Celebrity's Alaska season to start earlier than ever in 2022

Celebrity Cruises' 2022 Alaska program features three ships and an early May start, the line's earliest season there.

Every itinerary includes the Inside Passage.

In addition, Celebrity added a Pacific coastal voyage that departs Vancouver, BC, and visits Victoria, BC; Astoria, Oregon; and San Francisco, Santa Barbara and Catalina Island, California, en route to Los Angeles. This takes place aboard Celebrity Millennium, recently 'revolutionized' in a multimillion-dollar renovation.

All 2022 Alaska and Pacific coastal sailings opened for booking today, with 'Always Included' pricing bundling in Wi-Fi, drinks and tips.

Round-trip Vancovuer

Sailing round-trip Vancouver, Celebrity Eclipse will offer seven-night cruises to Hubbard Glacier, Juneau, Ketchikan and either Sitka or Icy Strait Point. A post-cruise tour of the Canadian Rockies can be added on.

Round-trip Seattle

Weeklong cruises sailing round-trip Seattle on Celebrity Solstice visit Endicott Arm Fjord and Dawes Glacier, in addition to Victoria, Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan.


Celebrity Millennium will sail weekly between Vancouver and Seward, with the option of adding a land tour in Alaska or the Canadian Rockies. 

2022 Alaska cruise-tours range from nine to 13 nights (including the cruise) and feature a visit to Denali, North America's highest mountain, along with a ride on the Wilderness Express dome train.

Canadian Rockies cruise-tours explore Banff National Park, Lake Louise, Calgary and the alpine town, Jasper.