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The website shows that there is a cruise on 26 March, 2022, for 11 nights, but when you look at the itinerary, it shows 12 nights.

 

So the next cruise would start on either 5 April or 6 April, but I don't see a cruise listed for either of those dates.

 

Does anyone have any insight into what is going on?

 

TIA

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17 minutes ago, Fouremco said:

Here's a screen capture taken seconds ago. I hope you were looking at 2022.

 

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Which I would guess would be followed by a Transpacific via Hawaii as she repositions to her Alaska season home port of Vancouver.

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I see the problem - I had chosen "Australia and New Zealand" cruises for that time frame,  They are calling this "South Pacific" and I hadn't checked that category.  Thanks for posting so I can see it now.  Appreciate the help.

 

Edited to add -- after this cruise there is a two-day sampler cruise and then the transpacific.

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03/02/2022  13 Nights South Pacific Cruise

03/15/2022 11 Nights  Auckland To Sydney Cruise

03/26/2022 11 Nights  Great Barrier Reef Cruise

04/06/2022  9 Nights  South Pacific Cruise

04/15/2022  2 Nights   Sampler Cruise

04/17/2022 18 Nights  Tahiti, Bora Bora, & Hawaii

05/04/2022 11 Nights  Hawaii Cruise

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Hello Fellow Cruisers,

We are looking at April 2022 Eclipse for the 9 night South Pacific, followed by the 18 night Tahiti-Hawaii cruise.  Problem is the 2 days in between where Celebrity offers a "2 day Sampler" of Sydney.  But it's really only 1 day 2 nights and that day is a sea day!

Would we be better to disembark in Sydney for the 2 days and then reboard for the Tahiti cruise?  They want an awful lot for those 2 days.

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3 minutes ago, Lilith said:

Hello Fellow Cruisers,

We are looking at April 2022 Eclipse for the 9 night South Pacific, followed by the 18 night Tahiti-Hawaii cruise.  Problem is the 2 days in between where Celebrity offers a "2 day Sampler" of Sydney.  But it's really only 1 day 2 nights and that day is a sea day!

Would we be better to disembark in Sydney for the 2 days and then reboard for the Tahiti cruise?  They want an awful lot for those 2 days.

The 2 days cruise costs more because is a drinking parties cruise.

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Gerelmx,

Are you booked for that entire itinerary?

 

Hello Fellow Cruisers,

We are looking at April 2022 Eclipse for the 9 night South Pacific, followed by the 18 night Tahiti-Hawaii cruise.  Problem is the 2 days in between where Celebrity offers a "2 day Sampler" of Sydney.  But it's really only 1 day 2 nights and that day is a sea day!

Would we be better to disembark in Sydney for the 2 days and then reboard for the Tahiti cruise?  They want an awful lot for those 2 days.

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2 hours ago, gerelmx said:

03/02/2022  13 Nights South Pacific Cruise

03/15/2022 11 Nights  Auckland To Sydney Cruise

03/26/2022 11 Nights  Great Barrier Reef Cruise

04/06/2022  9 Nights  South Pacific Cruise

04/15/2022  2 Nights   Sampler Cruise

04/17/2022 18 Nights  Tahiti, Bora Bora, & Hawaii

05/04/2022 11 Nights  Hawaii Cruise

Yes, we were hoping to lift and shift our April 2021 B2B Great Barrier Reef and Tahiti, Bora Bora, and Hawaii cruises to 2022 but couldn’ because of this schedule. We canceled and are crossing our fingers for 2023.

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2 hours ago, Lilith said:

Hello Fellow Cruisers,

We are looking at April 2022 Eclipse for the 9 night South Pacific, followed by the 18 night Tahiti-Hawaii cruise.  Problem is the 2 days in between where Celebrity offers a "2 day Sampler" of Sydney.  But it's really only 1 day 2 nights and that day is a sea day!

Would we be better to disembark in Sydney for the 2 days and then reboard for the Tahiti cruise?  They want an awful lot for those 2 days.

If you take the two days in Sydney, that means packing and taking everything to the hotel, then unpacking, and then turning around and doing it all again when you head back to the ship. If you can book the same cabin for a b2b2b, it might be worthwhile. You'll need to pay for hotel, meals, transportation, etc., if you stay in Sydney, so work out the price differential and weigh it against the convenience of staying aboard. Of course, if you haven't spent time in Sydney before and want extra sightseeing opportunities, that too needs to be taken into consideration. Whatever you choose, I'll be envious!

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2 hours ago, Lilith said:

Gerelmx,

Are you booked for that entire itinerary?

 

Hello Fellow Cruisers,

We are looking at April 2022 Eclipse for the 9 night South Pacific, followed by the 18 night Tahiti-Hawaii cruise.  Problem is the 2 days in between where Celebrity offers a "2 day Sampler" of Sydney.  But it's really only 1 day 2 nights and that day is a sea day!

Would we be better to disembark in Sydney for the 2 days and then reboard for the Tahiti cruise?  They want an awful lot for those 2 days.

 

No, for 2022 Spring we are on the Millennium Panama Canal & Pacific Coastal, want to add the Alaska cruise, waiting For Eclipse Alaska schedule to be released will be a gap of 2 days in Vancouver.

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