Celebrity Eclipse returning Down Under in 2022/23

19 itineraries through Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific

Celebrity Cruises will introduce new themed experiences in Australia and New Zealand for the 2022/23 season when the cruise line deploys Celebrity Eclipse in local waters.

The freshly released program spans September 2022 to April 2023 and consists of itineraries ranging from 5- to 18-nights, including multiple South Pacific sailings.

Celebrity Eclipse will homeport in Sydney and Auckland, operating 19 differing itineraries including ‘Sun and Beach Escapes’, ‘Food and Wine Classics’ and ‘Five Star Getaways’.

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The three themes provide a deeper immersion into the region’s culture and offer enhanced onboard and shore-side programming. These include an overnight in Cairns with the option to sleep under the stars on a private pontoon floating above the Great Barrier Reef at Reef World and savouring the region’s most revered wines poured by the winemakers themselves during the first-ever Australian food and wine itinerary to Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart.

Highlights of Celebrity’s new 2022-2023 Down Under season include:

  • A new, unique overnight opportunity in Hobart, Cairns and Adelaide for guests to take in the
    wonders of the magnificent surroundings and vibrant nightlife;
  • Longer stays in port with 8pm departures from such popular destinations as Melbourne,
    Brisbane, Christchurch, Papeete and Maui;
  • The addition of Port Arthur, Tasmania as a new port offering;
  • The return of the Auckland to Fiji voyage, departing for the first time in January providing New Zealand guests the opportunity to enjoy this cruise over the school holiday season;
  • Three South Pacific island itineraries to Fiji, New Caledonia, Vanuatu and more;
  • And, new transpacific positioning sailings between Honolulu and Sydney

For more information on all of Celebrity’s 2022-2023 Down Under and South Pacific itineraries, see

Lead image: Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef | supplied

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