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Cruise line will sail from Bayonne

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Celebrity Cruises is planning to sail from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, N.J., starting April 2010.

The 2,038-passenger Celebrity Summit will set sail on April 25, 2010, the cruise line announced recently. Trips to Bermuda, New England, and Canada will be offered.

Celebrity joins Royal Caribbean and Azamara Cruises at Cape Liberty. Located off Exit 14A of the New Jersey Turnpike, Cape Liberty is about a 90-minute drive from Philadelphia. Long-term parking is available.

Seven-night voyages will be offered to Bermuda and Bermuda/New England from April 2010 to mid-June. Destinations include King's Wharf, Bermuda; Newport, R.I.; and Boston. In July and August, Celebrity will debut a seven-night voyage to Canada and New England, with stops in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Maine.

Starting in September 2010, a 14-night cruise will visit Quebec, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.

Prices range from about $700 to $2,000 for a seven-day cruise and $1,600 to $5,000 for a 14-day trip.


Contact staff writer Sam Fran Scavuzzo at 215-854-5526 or sScavuzzo@phillynews.com.
Inquirer Staff Writer
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