Celebrity Millennium headed to Vancouver after repairs

Repairs to the Celebrity Millennium have been completed, and the ship was scheduled to sail Monday night from Seward, Alaska, to Vancouver. 

The ship is scheduled to arrive in Vancouver on Friday. It will make no port calls.

An electrical problem with one of its propulsion motors stranded the Millennium in Seward on Friday, when it was supposed to begin a weeklong Alaska cruise.

Celebrity said it would provide a full refund of the fare paid, including all excursions purchased through Celebrity.

Passengers were invited to stay onboard and receive a credit in the amount of 100% of what was paid toward another Celebrity sailing, or leave the ship, with Celebrity staff helping to secure hotel or air reservations, and covering the costs. Passengers deciding to go home received a 50% credit toward another cruise.

The Celebrity Millennium had 2,038 passengers onboard.

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