Celebrity Cruises provides a high quality cruising experience, on their fleet of modern spacious ships. They range in size from the 5 Solstice Class Ships at over 120,000 tonnes, down to the Celebrity Xpedition at less than 3,000 tonnes. She carries just 94 passengers and cruises the incredible Galapagos Islands. The fleet consists of: –
Solstice Class – Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Eclipse, Celebrity Silhouette, Celebrity Reflection
Millennium Class – Celebrity Millennium, Celebrity Constellation, Celebrity Infinity, Celebrity Summit
Century Class – Celebrity Century
Xpedition – Celebrity Xpedition
Jet Set Sail, where you travel from the private jet terminal at Stansted Airport, to join your ship in the Mediterranean, has been available since 2016. Click on the following link if you would like more information on Jet Set Sail with Celebrity Cruises.
The Celebrity Solstice Class ships include many firsts in cruising, including the amazing Lawn Club, which is half an acre of real grass, and the Aqua Class staterooms. Other places to look out for include: –
- Cellar Masters wine bar where you can purchase wines from around the world by the glass
- Martini Bar & Crush, serving over 100 different vodkas, and the bar is actually covered in ice
- Speciality restaurants including Blu, Murano, Bistro on Five, the Tuscan Grill and Qsine
You are able to purchase a range of Drinks Packages for your cruise.
Follow the link to watch a short video which I took on Celebrity Eclipse in Southampton.
View my Facebook album of photos I took on Celebrity Eclipse
View my Facebook album of photos I took on Celebrity Silhouette
As well as choosing traditional early or late dinner sitting, you can opt for Celebrity Select Dining, enabling you to dine at a time to suit you. From December 2015 the dress codes will be Evening Chic and Smart Casual.
Children are well catered for onboard with Toddler Time for parents and toddlers; and kids clubs for 4 age groups – Shipmate 3-5, Cadets 6-8, Ensigns 9-11 and X Club Teens 12-17.
Entertainment includes full-scale musicals and exclusively produced shows, as well as movies, karaoke, comedy shows and themed nights. During the day there are poolside games and events.
There aren’t many places in the world you couldn’t visit on a Celebrity Cruise, as they go to the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Baltics, Caribbean, Alaska, Australia and New Zealand, Middle East and Asia, Hawaii, Panama Canal, South America, transatlantic crossings and of course the Galapagos Islands on Celebrity Xpedition.
(Page updated August 2016)