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Celebrity details new Mexican Riviera, Southern Caribbean cruises

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From October to December, Celebrity Millennium will offer seven-night cruises from San Juan
With Celebrity Solstice to sail the Mexican Riviera after Celebrity Cruises canceled its Asia program for late 2022, Celebrity Millennium moves to the Caribbean.

Millennium had been planned to operate Celebrity's first Mexican Riviera program after an eight-year gap.

instead, from September 2022 through April 2023, Celebrity Solstice will embark on five-, seven- and eight-night Mexico cruises from the Port of Los Angeles. Destinations include Puerto Vallarta, Ensenada and Mazatlán. Select itineraries will offer overnight stays at Cabo San Lucas.

Celebrity Solstice will also operate five Pacific coastal itineraries between Ensenada and Vancouver, BC, including California ports like San Francisco, Catalina Island and Monterey.

Celebrity Millennium from San Juan

Celebrity Millennium repositions to the Caribbean from the US West Coast after its Alaska season via a 15-night Panama Canal cruise from San Diego to San Juan. Ports include Puerto Vallarta, Puntarenas (Costa Rica) and Aruba.

From October to December, the ship will offer seven-night cruises from San Juan. Most visit St. Thomas, St. Kitts, Antigua, St. Lucia and Barbados. The Dec. 10 cruise substitutes Grenada for Barbados.

And Celebrity Millennium's Dec. 17 sailing, from San Juan to Fort Lauderdale, calls at Tortola, Antigua, St. Maarten, St. Thomas and Nassau.

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