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NEWS Long Haul Ski


Ever cosidred traveling frther afield fr a change of ski experinc?


CELESTYAL EYES SHIPS AND ADDS ADRIATIC


Tom Parry, senior reporter


Celestyal Cruises is “actively looking” to acquire new vessels according to its chief commercial officer, with the line due to sail the Adriatic for the first time next year. The Cyprus-headquartered


company currently has two ships – Celestyal Olympia and Celestyal Crystal – with Leslie Peden predicting it could expand its fleet by 2021. “We would want mid-sized options that are consistent with the experience we offer, so it is really dependent on when those vessels become available. I think that will be 2021 at the earliest due to those constraints,” he told TTG. Peden said UK sales had doubled year-on-year “thanks to fantastic support from agent partners”, with marketing executive Rebecca Witte appointed last month. Celestyal has now launched its first online image and video library for agents, who can also take advantage of


a 60% discount on sailings to try the line’s product for themselves. According to Peden, UK and Irish passenger numbers are “on track” to hit 3,000 this year. Turning his attention to destinations, Peden described how sailing the Adriatic as part of its newly launched 2020/21 programme – a move he described as “a key step forward” – would allow Celestyal to continue to expand its seasons and by the end of 2021, both its ships would sail year-round. Celestyal’s new seven-night Romantic Adriatic itinerary – which features four departures in December 2020 calling at Venice, Corfu, Patras, Kotor, Dubrovnik and Split – will allow guests to visit the destinations “away from the summer crowds”. All-inclusive fares lead in from £870pp. Peden explained visiting


in December low season would help agents attract skiers hitting the Italian Alps, adding Dubrovnik would be offered as an embarkation and debarkation option.


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