Only Celebrity Xpedition offers the perfect combination of explorer's voyage and cosmopolitan bliss. Travel to one of the last uninhabited places on earth - the legendary Galapagos Islands. Where untamed wildlife outnumbers the pampered travelers. Make moonlight toasts under the stars that led sailors and scientists alike to this extraordinary archipelago.
Designed not just for travel, but for exploration, this 98-guest mega-yacht sails to the Galapagos Islands, one of the world's last pristine environments, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Our knowledgeable crew, environmentally sound ship design, and Galapagos National Park-certified onboard naturalists all help to preserve this delicate archipelago, while enlightening you to its natural and evolutionary significance. It's a journey like no other.
Celebrity Xpedition Facts
Length: 296 feet
Beam: 49 feet
Draught: 25 feet
Cruising Speed: 15 knots
Inaugural Date: Jan 01, 2001
The Celebrity Xpedition cruise ship is in a class by herself, designed not just for travel, but for exploration of the Galapagos Islands, one of the world's last pristine environments. Outfitted with a wealth of luxuries that cater to her 98 guests, just as her environmentally sound design helps preserve this immaculate archipelago.
The Discovery Lounge offers an ideal venue to familiarize yourself with the wonders of the Galapagos. Get prepped on the creatures you'll encounter with our naturalist-led nightly lectures or simply relax over a drink at the picturesque bar.
Blue Finch Bar
Recount the day's activities over a drink as you take in the spectacular outdoor views from the Blue Finch Bar, located on the Panorama Deck.
With a hot tub, sauna and sunning area, you'll find every amenity you need to feel good from your head to your toes on the Sunrise Deck. At night, unwind under a magnificent blanket of stars.
Casual, open-seating allows you the flexibility to enjoy the company of new friends or your favorite naturalist guide, while savoring fresh, locally grown and organic fruits and vegetables, as well as fresh fish caught by Galapagos fishermen.