Unfortunately, this deal has expired 13 April 2023.
Posted 22 March 2023

12 Night Scandavia Cruise for 2 Celebrity Silhouette from Southampton Balcony Cabin 13th May (£1054pp) £2108 @ Seascanner

pingusdead's avatar
Shared by
Joined in 2010

About this deal

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

More Cruises deals

Find more like this

See all deals

Discover more deals on our homepage

Cheapest price is the inside cabin, however for not too much more you can have the Balcony Cabin at £1054pp...so that's the deal I'm going for.

Excursions, drinks will be extra...as, I believe, tips will be

Excellent Itinerary see below.

Edit: I believe the price stated includes the below promotion.


Seascanner More details at Seascanner

Community Updates
Edited by pingusdead, 22 March 2023
New Comment

You may also like


sorted by
's avatar
  1. ghostmjr's avatar
    Great itinerary be careful regarding the compulsory gratuities. This is why we didn’t cruise with Fred Olsen clearly this is Celebrity cruises but they still have additional gratuities. MSc have a similar baltics cruise. 

    What is Celebrity’s automatic gratuity program?
    Celebrity automatically adds gratuities** to guests’ onboard SeaPass® account, except for guests in Excluded Bookings*, as defined below, in the following amounts for sailings commencing on or after October 17, 2022:
    • $17.50 USD per person, per day for Inside, Ocean View, and Veranda staterooms
    • $18.00 USD per person, per day for Concierge Class and AquaClass staterooms
    • $21.00 USD per person, per day for guests of The Retreat.
    A 20% gratuity will be added to all beverages, mini bar purchases and beverage packages. Automatic daily gratuities may be adjusted at the guest’s discretion onboard at Guest Relations.
    *Excluded Bookings include all staterooms booked either (i) at the All Included rate (formerly Always Included); or (ii) in the Retreat or AquaClass stateroom category on or after July 14, 2022. Stateroom and restaurant service gratuities, and a 20% beverage package gratuity, are included in the fare of all guests in an Excluded Booking.
    FOR ALL BOOKINGS: Gratuities for stateroom and restaurant services are shared by dining, bar and culinary services staff, stateroom attendants, and other hotel services teams. An 18% gratuity will be added to all spa and salon purchases, and all specialty dining covers and specialty dining packages onboard.
    getmore4less's avatar
    UK booking the daily grats can't be compulsory unless it is made very clear at time of booking which they are not on celebrity.

    Look at Costa web pages to see what needs to be done.

    Fred olsen are also optional at recommended £5 pppd.
  2. kraven's avatar
    I have been on this ship in 2018 and on this particular Baltic cruise in 2016 on the Eclipse, and I enjoyed it. They offer a dining package for the Al La Carte restaurants after booking, which I think is around £250 per person for 10 visits, and it's well worth it.

    However without a Classic Drinks package included, this will be an extremely expensive trip, and for that reason I can't recommend this cruise. I would budget £50 per day per person for drinks, which would work out at £1200 assuming you take it very easy.

    You can go to reception, and they will remove the tips charge, do it as soon as you get on the boat. (edited)
    PR1's avatar
    Doesn't that put you on the "spit list" though? Don't wind up people who handle your food and drink...
  3. asters's avatar
    After 3 Celebrity cruises we are trying P&O for our next one(Scandanavia/Baltic) Celebrity have gone silly with prices this year. The last one we did in Oct/Nov last year was 15 nights for £860 inc drinks, Wifi & tips, can't get cruise only for that now, prices have just about doubled. Thankfully we had a drinks package or the bar bill would have been $2,278 (for 2 of us). We love cruising with Celebrity but very expensive without a drinks package. (edited)
    Burgmeister's avatar
    We have recently done 2 P&O cruises and have booked a third - all on different ships.
    From the 2 that we have completed I would say that the food isn't anything to write home about - it's ok but not outstanding..
    On the plus side the bar prices are reasonable, each passenger over the age of 18 can take 1litre of alcohol onboard (wine, beer, spirits) and as many mixers as they wish to carry, gratuities are included in the fare.
    We really enjoyed both of them and we feel that they offer excellent value for money
  4. FunkyDomino's avatar
    By far the best line out of the three we have used (P&O, RC, Celeb) but also the most expensive. Surprise, surprise. .. you get what you pay for . Aqua Class was best for us and if you ask it can be available for no extra / v little extra to a standard balcony.
  5. Phil_Stone's avatar
    Looking good but who got time?
's avatar