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$1699 -- Balcony: Mediterranean Cruise w/Drinks, Save $1190*

Sold out - (April 11, 2014) A new deal from this source was published on March 25, 2015
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By Metra Farrari

Sail the eastern Mediterranean this summer in a balcony cabin and save up to $1190 per person on current rates.

This deal on Celebrity Cruises, one of Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Cruise Lines, also includes unlimited drinks for two (a $880 value) and $300 in onboard credit per cabin.

Sail roundtrip from Rome in a balcony cabin for $1699 per person: 

  • 10 nights ... depart Aug. 15; +$200 July 25
    Itinerary includes Sicily, Italy; Athens, Ephesus, Turkey; Rhodes, Santorini and Mykonos Greece; Naples, Italy
  • 11 nights ... depart Aug. 25; +$100 Aug. 4; +$200 July 14
    Itinerary includes Santorini, Greece; Istanbul and Ephesus, Turkey; Mykonos and Athens, Greece; Naples, Italy

The Celebrity Reflection was named among the top 10 large ships by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler and features more than 10 bars and lounges, three pools and a half acre of real grass where cruisers can indulge in lawn games and picnics or take barefoot strolls. Onboard credit can be used toward anything on the ship, such as a massage at the AquaSpa or a jewelry-making class at The Art Studio.

Note: Taxes are an additional $99-$139 per person and vary by departure date.

Book by April 11.
Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, and valid for U.S. or Canada residents only. Rates are cruise only and do not include applicable government taxes and fees. Prices, stateroom availability and promotional offers are capacity-controlled and subject to change without notice. Cancellation penalties, blackout dates and additional restrictions may apply. Cruise lines reserve the right to charge a fuel supplement without prior notice should the closing price of West Texas Intermediate Fuel increase above a set amount, determined by each cruise line, on the NYMEX. Cruise lines will have sole discretion to apply the supplementary fuel charge to both existing and new bookings. Minimum age requirements vary by cruise line and destination.