7 nights sailing from San Juan Nov 17 on
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Prices are in US dollars, per person, based on double occupancy. Prices are subject to change without notice by cruise lines until a deposit has been made, and must be reconfirmed at time of booking. Prices include port charges but do not include airfare or (where applicable) airport or government taxes or fees.
|Saturday, Nov 17||San Juan, Puerto Rico||8:30pm|
|Sunday, Nov 18||St Thomas|
|Monday, Nov 19||St. Kitts||8:00am||5:30pm|
|Tuesday, Nov 20||Antigua||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Wednesday, Nov 21||St. Lucia||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Thursday, Nov 22||Barbados||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Friday, Nov 23||At Sea||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Saturday, Nov 24||San Juan, Puerto Rico||6:00am|
Additional Celebrity Summit cruises with the same itinerary:
Dec 1, 15, 29
Mar 9, 23
Apr 6, 20
Nov 2, 16, 30 2019
Dec 14, 28 2019
Jan 25 2020
Feb 8, 22 2020
Mar 7 21 2020
Apr 4, 18 2020
Celebrity Summit Cruises with a different itinerary:
Cruises from San Juan
PORTS OF CALL
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With its natural caverns and flower forests, Barbados lends itself well to roamers. City tours of bustling Bridgetown are popular, as are island tours that show off the estates and plantation homes of the countryside. Other options include a rum party cruise or submarine ride.
Language: English Currency: Barbados dollar, US dollar (US$)
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St. Lucia is home to the majestic Piton Mountains, the twin volcanic peaks rising thousands of feet above the island. Sightseeing tours offer a look of the island's rugged beauty, including the tropical rain forests. Most also visit Le Soufriere, the world's only drive-in volcano. Water lovers will find a variety of water sports at Marigot Bay.
Language: English Currency: Eastern Caribbean dollar (XCD), US dollar (US$)
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The largest of the British Leeward Islands boasts 365 beaches and crystal-clear waters. History buffs will want to tour Nelson's Dockyard National Park, where one of the great admirals of the 18th century kept his fleet. The island draws a huge yachting crowd during Sailing Week in April and is perfect for windsurfing, water-skiing, sailing, snorkeling and diving.
Language: English Currency: East Caribbean dollar (XCD), US dollar (US$)
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St. Kitts is home to some of the best examples of West Indian architecture, all of which is set amid a dramatically beautiful landscape. The best shore excursion is a well-organized island tour, featuring a visit to the 17th-century British fortress at Brimstone Hill and the sites of the capital. The beaches here are magnificent, including Friar's Bay, which opens to the Atlantic and the Caribbean.
Language: English Currency: Eastern Caribbean dollar (XCD), US dollar (US$)
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This beautiful tropical island offers pristine beaches lapped by turquoise waters. The picturesque harbor town of Charlotte Amalie is known for its great duty-free shopping. The most popular shore excursions include island tours, a day at the beach at Magen's Bay, scuba diving and snorkeling expeditions.
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Old San Juan is rich in Spanish tradition, with cobblestone streets and colonial architecture. This part of the Puerto Rican city is easily seen on foot, and cruise passengers can shop for handcrafted works or relax in a shaded park. New San Juan is distinctly elegant with lavish resorts, great restaurants and grand casinos. Visitors in San Juan can join an excursion to El Yunque, the only tropical rain forest in the U.S. national forest system. Adventurous travelers will want to partake in a deep-sea fishing, snorkeling or diving excursion.
Language: English/Spanish Currency: US dollar (US$)
Driving Directions and Parking Information
Sailings from San Juan may depart from one of two piers:
Paseo Concepcion de Gracia
Old San Juan Pier
Pier (Muelle) #4
Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
Carnival passengers use the Old San Juan Pier.
Traveling from the San Juan International Airport - Take Baldorioty Avenue. Follow Baldorioty Ave. to San Juan (follow the signs). On the right, you will see a sign for Puentes Dos Hermanos (Condado Lagoon); stay in the left-hand lane and you will enter Puerta de Tierra. After three traffic lights, you will see the waterfront. Continue on Concepcion de Garcia Ave. until you reach the port.
Pan American Pier
Isla Grande, Puerto Rico
Celebrity, Princess and Royal Caribbean passengers use the Pan American Pier.
Traveling from the San Juan International Airport - Take Baldorioty Avenue. Follow Baldorioty Avenue to Puentes Dos Hermanos (Condado Lagoon). Stay in the left-hand lane. After U-turn stay on the right and follow until you come to a street where you can make a right hand turn. Go until you come to the first street and make a right hand turn. Follow this road and it will take you to Pan American Pier. 12 miles to pier, approximate driving time 45 minutes.
There are no port parking facilities at either pier, but there is public parking in the area surrounding the port.
CLICK HERE to get to know the Celebrity Summit
A cruise on the Celebrity Summit defines
what the premium cruise experience is all about. Expect crisp white linen, fine china and gourmet dining in the elegant Cosmopolitan main dining room, and for a world-class dining experience, reserve
a table at SS Normandie Restaurant, which entertains patrons with tableside preparation of some of the most unique and delicious cuisine offered at sea. Guests in search of a delectable Italian
Steakhouse can find a seat at the Tuscan Grille, and enjoy fresh pastas and dry-aged steaks. Entertainment ranges from spectacular productions at the Celebrity Theater and the thrill of gaming at
Fortunes Casino to strolling the Emporium for one-of-a-kind collectibles and upscale accessories. The Rooftop Terrace is also an excellent spot that offers the experience of the great outdoors with a
Throughout the ship you’ll find sophisticated bars and lounges -- The Champagne Bar, Martini Bar and Michael’s Club are guest favorites -- perfect for socializing and cocktails. You won’t have any trouble finding ways to relax aboard the Summit, with options ranging from an afternoon at the famed AquaSpa to lounging at The Waterfall Pool to enjoying the beauty and peacefulness of The Conservatory; the Summit offers plenty of ways to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. Staterooms are furnished with an interactive television, and guests enjoy complimentary use of bathrobes and 24-hour room service. Passengers who book suites are treated to additional amenities, among them champagne, use of the in-suite computer, complimentary use of the thalassotherapy pool and priority check-in.
|Total Inside Cabins||206|
|Total Outside Cabins||813|
|Cabins & Suites w/ verandas||578|
|Maximum Occupancy per room||5|
|Age Restrictions||One person must be 21 or older|
in Main Dining Room
|Dining Hours||6:00 p.m. & 8:30 p.m.|
|Dining Room Dress Code||Dining|
|Tipping Guidelines||Added to onboard account: $13.50 per person, per day in standard staterooms, $14.00 per person, per day for Concierge/Aqua class staterooms, $17.00 per person, per day for Suites. 15% tip included on beverage orders.|
|Onboard Currency||US Dollar|
|Services & Amenities|
|Beauty Salon/Barber Shop||Yes|
|Note: The casino does not operate when sailing within the Hawaiian Islands.|
|Cell Phone Service||Yes|
|Wireless Internet Access||Yes|
|Note: Available in certain areas|
|Laundromats (self service)||No|
|Outdoor Movie Screen||No|
|Fitness & Sports Facilities|
|Golf Driving Net||No|
|Ice Skating Rink||No|
|Rock Climbing Wall||No|
|Water Sports Platform||No|
|Cabin Features & Amenities|
|24-Hour Room Service||Yes|
|Supervised Youth Program||Yes|
|Special Needs & Requests|
(private connecting doors)
|Single Occupancy Cabins||No|
|Single Share Program||No|
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