After canceling its winter China season, Celebrity Cruises is redeploying Celebrity Solstice to Los Angeles where it will take over Celebrity Millennium’s Mexican Riviera sailings. As a result, Millennium will move to the Caribbean.
Starting in September, Celebrity Solstice will sail five-, seven- and eight-night itineraries to Mexican ports including Puerto Vallarta, Ensenada, and Mazatlán. Select itineraries will include an overnight stop in Cabo San Lucas.
The ship will also offer five Pacific Coastal cruises that sail up and down the West Coast from Ensenada all the way up to Vancouver, including stops in San Francisco, Catalina Island and Monterey.
Millennium returns to the Caribbean in October, where it will run a short season of seven-night cruises through December from San Juan. Ports of call will include St. Thomas, Barbados and Nassau in The Bahamas.
Prior to its Caribbean season, Celebrity Millennium will sail a 15-day repositioning cruise from San Diego through the Panama Canal, visiting six ports in Mexico, Costa Rica, Columbia, Aruba and Curacao.