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Celebrity Cruises cancels Galapagos sailings after selling ships

Celebrity Cruises is cancelling one year’s worth of cruises onboard Celebrity Xpedition and Celebrity Xploration.

After selling the ships to Lindblad Expeditions, the company has confirmed that all sailings previously scheduled to take place onboard the vessels between January and December 2025 are now cancelled.

Operating expedition-like cruises, the ships were set to offer weekly departures in the Galapagos Islands year-round.

In a statement sent to booked guests and travel advisors, Celebrity confirmed that the Celebrity Flora will continue sailing in the region.

‘On 28 December 2024, Celebrity Xploration and the Celebrity Xpedition will set sail from Baltra for their final time as part of the Celebrity Cruises fleet,’ the company said.

‘We remain committed to the Galapagos Islands, offering sailings on the Celebrity Flora, a ship built to sail in the archipelago year-round,’ Celebrity added.

‘Passengers are being offered options that include moving their bookings to cruises scheduled for 2024 onboard the Celebrity Xpedition and the Celebrity Xploration.

The company is also offering guests an opportunity to change their reservations to cruises onboard Celebrity Flora departing on similar dates.

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