7 Night Cruise sailing from San Juan roundtrip aboard Summit.
Appropriately named, Summit will leave you feeling as if you’ve reached the absolute pinnacle of premium cruising. Large in size yet intimately elegant in ambience, Summit boasts all of the services and amenities that have made Celebrity the preferred choice of avid cruisers around the world. Come aboard and scale the heights of luxury on Summit.
Immerse yourself in the stunning architectural detail and impeccable decor of the Celebrity Summit. Museum-quality works of art engage the imagination and inspire the spirit. The gourmet cuisine of Master Chef Michel Roux is artfully presented in innovative new venues. Decompress yourself in Notes, a digital music library. Breathe in the scents of orange, lavender, and cinnamon in a relaxing aromatherapy session at the AquaSpa. At the Cosmopolitan Restaurant, you’ll be served on fine china with white linen and fresh flowers as a quartet plays softly in the background. It’s all part of Celebrity’s attentive, yet unobtrusive service — a reminder that grace and civility are not entirely of the past.
Highlights of this cruise:
San Juan, Puerto Rico
San Juan has two distinct personalities: there’s the vibrant, modern port city, and then there’s the historic colonial outpost first conquered by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1508. Spanish influence is evident everywhere in the city. Visit fortifications, museums and cathedrals throughout the city and remember to wear comfortable shoes.
St. Croix, U.S.V.I.
This quaint, picturesque waterfront town is brimming with history and beauty. The Victorian style architecture creates a charming skyline for this small port city, and within it are numerous historical buildings and museums that can be explored by foot in just one day. Fort Frederik is the town’s most recognized National Landmark and dates back to 1700. Other favorites include the Gothic style St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Emancipation Park, and the elegant Customs House.
Basseterre, St. Kitts
What is a town square fashioned after London’s Piccadilly Circus doing in the middle of an island that once served as the sugar-trading epicenter of the Caribbean? It’s just one of many surprises St. Kitts has in store for visitors to this historic and enchanting piece of Caribbean real estate.
Roseau may be the capital and largest city in Dominica, however it is also known for its rainforests, waterfalls, and caves. There are excellent opportunities for hiking and the abundant marine life make it a superb area for diving and snorkeling. Common to this area are the stingray, snapper, barracuda, parrotfish, and dolphin. Equally as common are charming stilt houses and the sound of reggae and calypso music.
St. George’s, Grenada
When the phrase “sugar and spice and everything nice” was coined, surely they must have been referring to Grenada. This lovely island is home to sugar and spice plantations and even a rum distillery or two. You can tour these working plantations and see how the bounty of Grenada’s rich soil is grown, processed and cared for in the present day.
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Duty free is the name of the game here. Bargains can be had all over the island. From trinkets to that perfect something you’ve been looking for to go over the fireplace mantel, St. Thomas is a shoppers paradise. Bluebeard the pirate may have been a cutthroat, but he understood the concept of location, location, location. Visit his castle at Magen’s Bay and see for yourself.