Solstice unveils 2013/14 prices

Solstice unveils 2013/14 prices
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Celebrity Cruises has released prices for Celebrity Solstice’s second season in Australia in 2013/14.

A new three-night sampler cruise will cost from $525 per person with an eight night South Pacific voyage costing from $1395.
A 12-night New Zealand itinerary meanwhile is priced from $1745.
Early booking offers include discounts of up to $1000 per person with upgrades available from $25 per person per night.
The 2,850-capacity Solstice will stay in Australia for two months longer and operate three additional cruises than 2012/13. The program includes Celebrity’s first South Pacific island cruise.

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