4-Night Pacific Coastal Cruise

Departing San Diego, CA on April 18, 2013 on the Celebrity Century

Travelmobs has the perfect way to unwind after tax time. Enjoy a relaxing extended weekend at sea on this 4-night Pacific Coastal cruise. This unique one-time sailing visits Santa Barbara, Catalina Island, and Ensenada. Combining old world elegance with modern luxury, your experience aboard the Celebrity Century will be as breathtaking as the Pacific Coast views.

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Cruise Fare Includes: Port Charges of $100 per person, onboard accommodations, onboard entertainment, and all meals including room service (specialty restaurants are additional).
Required Deposit: $100 per person based on double occupancy.
Additional Fees: Governmental departure taxes and fees of $54.49 per person. Onboard gratuities vary by stateroom type booked (from $11.50 per person per day). Optional travel insurance is also available for an additional charge.
*Prices displayed are in U. S. Dollars and are per person, cruise only, based on double occupancy and subject to availability. Pricing is subject to change at any time without prior notice.
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Day 1: Bordered by the Anza-Borrego Desert, the Laguna Mountains, and the Pacific Ocean, San Diego is blessed with a year-round Mediterranean climate, which only adds to the attraction of its 70 miles of beaches.

Day 2: Known as the “American Riviera,” with Mediterranean-like weather year round, Santa Barbara lies between the steep Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. This pedestrian-friendly city offers downtown beaches, a classic California surfing culture, parks, great Spanish architecture, and Mission Santa Barbara, a national historic landmark. The weekly Santa Barbara Arts & Crafts Show has been a popular part of Stearns Wharf for over 40 years. An abundance of seafood, local produce, and nearby wineries also make Santa Barbara home to many spectacular restaurants.

Day 3: It’s less than 20 miles off the coast from Los Angeles, but Catalina Island is a world away from the city’s bright lights. Protected by the most stringent measures anywhere, this sanctuary is pure paradise. Boaters who make it out here find art deco architecture, quaint boutiques, and an eclectic dining experience.

Day 4: With mild weather year-round due to its inlet location off of the Pacific Ocean, Ensenada is celebrated as a popular location for yachting, sport fishing and surfing, as well as migrating gray whales. This unique location is also in the heart of wine country where vineyards were first planted centuries ago.

Day 5: Arrive back in San Diego to fly home or spend a couple more days exploring the city on your own.

*Rates are not guaranteed until the deposit or full payment has been made on your booking and you have received a cruise line confirmation number from travelmobs. In the event of pricing discrepancies we can only honor prevailing cruise line rates. Promotional offers are based on availability, capacity controlled, not combinable with other offers, subject to change or cancellation without notice, and may be withdrawn at any time. Travelmobs is not responsible for typographical errors or omissions. Please note that there are additional expenses during your cruise that are not included in the price, such as gratuities to onboard staff, communication charges, alcoholic beverages, sodas, optional shore excursions, and other onboard personal expenditures. Fuel supplements are additional and may be applicable to all sailings. The fuel supplement is additional revenue to the cruise lines. Celebrity Cruises reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $10 per guest per day on all guests if the price of West Texas Intermediate fuel exceeds $65.00 per barrel.