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Royal would do wonders with a private island(natural or man-made) or private resort on the Mexican Riviera 

Just patiently (Somewhat not really patiently haha) waiting for the west coast schedule to post for bookings ...... 

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On 1/15/2021 at 10:45 AM, DDaley said:

Celebrity from LA in 2022! 

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I've never been on Celebrity, although I've only heard great things about them I've also heard the majority of their customers are a bit older than those on Royal Caribbean, NCL, and/or MSC.  Those are the only cruise lines I've ever been on.  Although I would love to cruise the Mexican Riviera, I'm not sure if Celebrity Cruises is right fit, how are they compared to the 3 cruise lines I've been on?  Also if Celebrity is going back is their any chance we might see RC home port a ship in 2023 at either Long Beach or San Diego?

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11 hours ago, JasonOasis said:

I've never been on Celebrity, although I've only heard great things about them I've also heard the majority of their customers are a bit older than those on Royal Caribbean, NCL, and/or MSC.  Those are the only cruise lines I've ever been on.  Although I would love to cruise the Mexican Riviera, I'm not sure if Celebrity Cruises is right fit, how are they compared to the 3 cruise lines I've been on?  Also if Celebrity is going back is their any chance we might see RC home port a ship in 2023 at either Long Beach or San Diego?

I'm not sure pegging Celebrity as targeting an older crowd is completely accurate at least in contrast to Holland America.  

Royal targets family and multigenerational cruisers.  Celebrity targets a more upscale audience who isn't looking for zip lines and ice skating rinks.  There will be some children but not nearly as many as Royal.  Cruisers without children, cruisers who want a slightly more refined experience without spending true luxury rates.  There are plenty of 30's type working professional cruisers who just want something a little more upscale over the family oriented experience.  

Small things like not having to check out towels in your name because there is less chance guests will take them home.  Less likely a guy in a muscle shirt will crash the MDR at dinner sort of thing.

There may be a slightly older crowd but more so because that is the demographic more likely looking to spend a little bit more for an elevated upscale experience.  However it isn't a silver hair cruise experience.  

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23 hours ago, twangster said:

I'm not sure pegging Celebrity as targeting an older crowd is completely accurate at least in contrast to Holland America.  

Royal targets family and multigenerational cruisers.  Celebrity targets a more upscale audience who isn't looking for zip lines and ice skating rinks.  There will be some children but not nearly as many as Royal.  Cruisers without children, cruisers who want a slightly more refined experience without spending true luxury rates.  There are plenty of 30's type working professional cruisers who just want something a little more upscale over the family oriented experience.  

Small things like not having to check out towels in your name because there is less chance guests will take them home.  Less likely a guy in a muscle shirt will crash the MDR at dinner sort of thing.

There may be a slightly older crowd but more so because that is the demographic more likely looking to spend a little bit more for an elevated upscale experience.  However it isn't a silver hair cruise experience.  

Thank you for your response I will have to check out Celebrity because I for sure want to do a Mexican Riviera cruise as well as the 15 night South America cruise that leaves out of Buenos Aires and ends in San Antonio, Chile.  I've been hoping Royal Caribbean would add these do itineraries to their line up but I guess we will just have to get on Celebrity.

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