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Kyriakos Anastassiadis completes his term as CEO of Celestyal Cruises

Celestyal Cruises announced that Kyriakos Anastassiadis will conclude his term as CEO of the company on June 30, 2018. Anastassiadis contributed to the company’s strategic repositioning as well as to the development and strengthening of the Celestyal Cruises brand internationally.




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Celestyal Cruises Announces Extended 2019 and new 2020 Itineraries Including 7 New Ports of Call

The Celestyal Olympia (Courtesy of Celestyal Cruises)Celestyal Cruises announced its extended 2019 and new 2020 itineraries. In 2019 Celestyal Cruises will extend its season into December and return to Istanbul for the first time since 2016 with its new 7-Day Eclectic Aegean itinerary, which sails 6 departures from October 21st 2019 through November 25th 2019.




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Celestyal Names Beasley as Manager, Contact Center and Business Intelligence

Celestyal Cruises has named David Beasley as manager, contact center and business intelligence, North America, reporting to Leslie Peden, president, Celestyal Cruises. The call center will report to Beasley, as will all administrative and group functions. Beasley’s tenure began on February 12, 2018, according to the company. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Celestyal Cruises Pulls out of Cuba

The Celestyal Crystal (Courtesy of Celestyal Cruises)Celestyal Cruises is pulling out of Cuba for the rest of this year and next but will “keep the door open” for a return to the island in 2020. The Greek cruise line, which has based Celestyal Crystal in Havana seasonally for five years, will instead be concentrating on its core area — the Aegean. (cruisecritic.com)




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Celestyal Pushes into North America

The Celestyal Olympia (Courtesy of Celestyal Cruises)“We are all about the destination being the hero, and weaving that into our entire product proposition,” said Leslie Peden, who was named president of Celestyal Cruises North America late last year. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Dirker Takes Celeystal Role

Celestyal Cruises has announced appointment of Gordon Dirker as Vice President, Business Development – North America. He is responsible for all North American field sales activities, reporting to Leslie Peden, President, Celestyal Cruises Inc. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Celestyal Names Peden as President of North America

Celestyal Cruises has announced the appointment of Leslie Peden as President, Celestyal Cruises, North America. Peden will be responsible for promoting Celestyal Cruises in North America to drive business growth and market share, according to a statement. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Celestyal Cruises’ Majesty Will Sail Iconic Aegean Cruises During March and April 2018

Celestyal Cruises announced the Majesty will conclude its successful charter with Thomson and will contribute to the extension of the 2018 Celestyal Cruises season: the Majesty will sail approximately one month of 3- and 4-day Iconic Aegean cruises, from 30 March 2018 until 27 April 2018, when she embarks on her final Iconic Aegean cruise of the season.




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Celestyal Cruises to Extend 2018 Season with New Ports of Call, Adding Overnights

The Celestyal Olympia (Courtesy of Celestyal Cruises)Greek cruise line Celestyal Cruises plans to extend its season to 10 months next year and add overnights in Mykonos and Santorini — a first for the line — following passenger demand. The line aims to start cruising in the Aegean as early as February and cruise through to November, possibly adding winter-sun destinations such as Cyprus and Israel. (cruisecritic.com)




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