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Celebrity Cruises are a mark of modern luxury

Take a trip on one of the fastest-growing major cruise lines.
Take a trip on one of the fastest-growing major cruise lines. Contributed

CELEBRITY Cruises has announced its Celebrity's World Tour 2014-15 of inspired, destination-rich holidays to all seven continents of the world.

Itineraries for voyages to Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Europe, North and South America, and at home in Australia, all present an ambitious range of choices.

Celebrity's 2014-15 World Tour also includes a collection of elite land-based adventures available nowhere else, including personalised experiences for individuals or small parties no larger than 15 guests.

A sampling includes: a VIP hospitality package at the 2014 British Open Golf Tournament; an overnight journey to Moscow by high-speed train; roaming the hills of Rome in a Ferrari; enjoying the best of Mykonos on a private yacht; or catamaran sailing in the Finnish archipelago.

A destination concierge with in-depth knowledge of the ports of call on every itinerary will guide you through every aspect of land adventures or create special excursions tailored precisely for individual preferences.

Celebrity will reveal full details of the breadth of itineraries and land-based adventures within Celebrity's World Tour as each collection of itineraries opens for bookings this month.

Celebrity Cruises' iconic "X" is the mark of modern luxury, with its cool, contemporary design and warm spaces, dining experiences where the design of the venues is as important as the cuisine with service that only Celebrity can provide.

Celebrity Cruises is one of the fastest-growing major cruise lines with a fleet of 11 ships.

The newest, Celebrity Reflection, was launched in late 2012 and the spectacular Celebrity Solstice has been based in Australia for her maiden local season since November 2012.

For more information call 1800 754 500 or visit celebritycruises.com.au.

 

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