Seychelles to feature in Celebrity cruises programme for 2013/2014



The Celebrity Solstice

This was revealed to former President James R. Mancham by Bernt Reitan, a former chief executive officer of the American Aluminum Corporation and who is at the moment a member of the Board of Directors of Royal Caribbean Cruises and quartered in Miami, Florida with which Celebrity cruises is commercially associated.
Mr Mancham met Mr Reitan at an official dinner hosted on Monday January 14 by Captain Costas Nestoroudis, Master of Celebrity Solstice which is one of the most modern and beautiful cruise ships afloat today.
Mr Mancham and his wife Catherine boarded the Celebrity Solstice in Auckland, New Zealand on January 4, 2013 on a 14-day cruise which ended in Sydney, Australia yesterday following visits to Tauranga, Akaroa, Wellington, Dunedine, Milford, Doubtful Dusky Sounds in New Zealand and Hobart in Tasmania.

The 122,000-tonne Celebrity Solstice carries some 3000 passengers and a crew of 1,200 officers, staff and service personnel.
In a statement issued in Sydney yesterday morning, Mr Mancham, who is expected back in Seychelles on January 21, said that Celebrity cruises are extremely well organised and represent great value for money. 
“Seychelles tourism will greatly benefit from celebrities world-wide marketing position,” he said.

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