Celebrity Cruises Cancels Northern European Sailing

Monday, June 04, 2001
Celebrity Cruises canceled a 14-night Northern European cruise on Galaxy today to repair a damaged portside propeller. The ship, which returned to port shortly after leaving Amsterdam Saturday, will not sail its June 2-15 scheduled cruise, but will enter drydock instead in Hamburg, Germany, to repair damages. Guests are being flown home and assisted with other travel plans. Galaxy is expected to resume sailing June 16.
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