CELEBRITY CRUISES

Celebrity Cruises – a look at the fleet. The Celebrity Revolution has taken place, Celebrity Cruises’ biggest fleet-wide modernization ever, with more than $500-million in luxurious upgrades. Time to look again.

DRESS CODE  –  Say goodbye to Formal Night, and hello to Evening Chic. It’s your time to shine—your way. Get glamorous. Get chic. Be sophisticated. Now, on up to two nights on every cruise, Evening Chic activities have been introduced, and Evening Chic attire has replaced Formal attire. While dressier than Smart Casual, Evening Chic is intended to be less dressy than Formal attire.

Women should feel comfortable wearing:

  • A cocktail dress
  • Skirt, pants or designer jeans with an elegant top

Men should feel comfortable wearing:

  • Pants or designer jeans with a dress shirt, button-down shirt or sweater
  • Optional sport coat or blazer

Evening Chic means that you can get glamorous and be sophisticated in your own way. If you would like to still wear a tuxedo or formal gown on Evening Chic nights, you absolutely should.

All cruises that are 7 nights or longer will feature two Evening Chic nights. Any cruise 6-nights or shorter will feature one Evening Chic night. All other nights of the cruise will feature Smart Casual attire. Celebrity Xpedition will continue to feature casual attire for the entire cruise.

Smart Casual attire can be enjoyed every other night of your cruise.

Women should feel comfortable wearing:

  • Skirt, pants or jeans with a casual top

Men should feel comfortable wearing:

  • Pants or jeans with a short-sleeve sport shirt.

Note: T-shirts, swimsuits, robes, bare feet, tank tops, baseball caps and pool wear are not allowed in the main restaurant or speciality restaurant at any time. Shorts and flip-flops are not allowed in the evening hours. The dress code will be enforced at all restaurants. And guests are asked to follow the Smart Casual or Evening Chic dress code in the Celebrity Theater for all evening performances. The daily program, delivered to your stateroom and available at the Guest Relations Desk, will be your guide to the correct attire each evening.

SMOKING:  Generally, smoking is not permitted except in designated areas. This policy includes smoking-like products such as electronic cigarettes. Smoking is not permitted inside any guest stateroom; nor on any guest veranda. If a guest is in violation of this policy, a cleaning fee of $250 USD will be applied to their SeaPass® account and the guest may be subject to further action pursuant to the “Consequences Section” of this Guest Conduct Policy.

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Edge Class are built at STX in France features the Magic Carpet – the world’s first cantilevered, floating platform that reaches heights of 13 storeys above sea level. There are private plunge pools in the Edge Villas; and an area called Eden, a space that transforms from chillful mornings to playful afternoons to sinful evenings. Four of these ships are planned, the first is the Edge.

Celebrity Edge. And the Magic Carpet. The first vessel in the class and the one that gave it the name.

Double Occupancy | 2,918 | Crew 1,320 | Guest Decks 16 | Tonnage 129,500 | Length 306m/1,004ft | Beam 39m/128ft | Draught | 8m/27ft | Cruising Speed 22 knots

Celebrity Apex.

Double Occupancy 2,910 |Crew 1,319 |Guest Decks 16 | Tonnage 129,500 | Length 306m/1,004ft | Beam 39m/128ft | Draught 8m/27ft | Cruising Speed 22 knots

Celebrity Beyond, the sunset bar.

TONNAGE 140,600 | LENGTH 1,073 ft | BEAM 128 ft | DRAUGHT 27 ft | CRUISING SPEED 21.8 kts | STATEROOMS 1,646 | GUESTS 3,260 | CREW 1400+ from 60 Countries

The Solstice Class is a large ship at 315 meters long, but a little narrower than many large ships, she comes in at 36.5 meters wide. Holding around 2,850 guests and 1,250 crew over 19 decks she travelling at a swift 24 knots. The Lawn Club is a feature – half an acre of grass on the top deck, where a casual country club atmosphere. Five ships listed in this class, all listed below.

Double Occupancy 2,850 | Crew 1,286 | Guest Decks 13 | Tonnage 122,000 | Beam 37m / 121ft | Draught 8m / 27ft | Cruising Speed 24 knots | Electric Voltage 110/220ac

Celebrity Reflection

Double Occupancy 2,902 | Crew 1,285 | Guest Decks 13 | Tonnage 122,000 | Length 319m / 1,204ft | Beam 37m / 121ft | Draught 8m / 27ft | Cruising Speed 24 knots

Equinox lawn club

Double Occupancy 2,852 | Crew 1,290 | Guest Decks 13 | Tonnage 122,000 | Beam 37m / 121ft | Draught 8m / 27ft | Cruising Speed 24 knots | Electric Voltage 110/220ac

Celebrity Solstice

Double Occupancy 2,850 | Crew 1,284 | Guest Decks 13 | Tonnage 122,000 | Beam 37m / 121ft | Draught 8m / 27ft | Cruising Speed 24 knots | Electric Voltage 110/220ac

Celebrity Reflection

Double Occupancy 3,030 | Crew 1,293 | Guest Decks 13 | Tonnage 126,000 | Beam 37m/123ft | Draught 8m/27ft | Cruising Speed 24 knots | Electric Voltage 110/220ac

Millennium Class ships also travel at 24 knots, all the Celebrity ships seem a little quicker than most. At 294 meters long, holding just over 2,000 guests she is the smaller of the ships at Celebrity and there are four in class. Well known for having a female captain Kate McCue on the Summit. The relaxing Canyon Ranch spa, the inspirational Art Gallery, and the Rooftop Terrace showing open-air movies are all features.

Double Occupancy 2,170 | Crew 1,024 | Guest Decks 11 | Tonnage 90,940 | Beam 32m/105ft | Draught 8m/26ft | Cruising Speed 24 knots | Electric voltage 110/220ac

The Infinity often adds the Panama Canal and can be found in the Pacific and Antarctica and Alaska. It can be a ship that goes to Rio for the carnival. 

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Double Occupancy 2,184 | Crew 1,022 | Guest Decks 11 | Tonnage 91,000 | Beam 32m / 105ft | Draught 8m / 26ft | Cruising Speed 24 knots | Electric Voltage 110/220ac

Chantiers de l’Atlantique – Shipbuilders

Chantiers de l’Atlantique is a shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France. Since its creation, and now one of the world’s largest shipyards,

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CELEBRITY entertainment talent

New amazing theatre with the latest technology is brought together with new shows.

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Celebrity Constellation guest full tour

The Celebrity Constellation is a wonderful Millennium Class cruise ship

CELEBRITY CONSTELLATION – Doris Visits takes a look

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Celebrity Millennium

Double Occupancy 2,218 | Crew 1,024 | Guest Decks 11 | Tonnage 90,940 | Beam 32m / 106ft | Draught 8m / 26 ft | Cruising Speed 24 knots | Electric Voltage 110/220ac

March 2019, Celebrity Summit completed its part of Celebrity Cruises’ biggest fleet-wide modernization ever.

Double Occupancy 2,158 | Crew 1,027 | Guest Decks 11 | Tonnage 90,940 | Beam 32m / 105ft | Draught 8m / 26 ft | Cruising Speed 24 knots | Electric Voltage 110/220ac

Celebrity Cruises operates three exploration ships in the Galapagos Islands.

Double Occupancy 48 | Crew 58 | Guest Decks 4 | Tonnage 2,842 | Beam 15m / 49ft | Draught 4m / 12ft | Cruising Speed 15 knots | Electric Voltage 220/110ac

Double Occupancy 16 | Crew 12 | Guest Decks 3 | Tonnage 319.5 | Beam 11m / 37ft | Cruising Speed 10 knots | Electric voltage 220/110ac

Exploration Celebrity Flora cabin, 2020

Double Occupancy 100 | Maiden Voyage June 2019 | Ship’s Registry Ecuador | Guest Decks 6 | Tonnage 5,739 | Beam 17m/56ft | Draught 5m/15ft | Cruising Speed 12 knots | Electric Voltage 110/220 ac