Celebrity Cruises is a premium cruise line which operates several large ships and two smaller Xpedition vessels which travel to exotic destinations. The company distinguishes itself with fresh gourmet cuisine, a variety of dining options, 24-hour room service, midnight buffets, and a relaxing spa. The company launched Azamara Cruises in 2007 under a separate brand. Guests can choose from many activities and programs, including lectures produced in partnership with the Nature Conservancy, and many public rooms such as the Conservatory, Martini and Champagne Bars, and Cova Cafe Milano. In the evening, entertainment venues include Broadway-style productions, discotheques, casinos, movies, and specialty lounges.

In addition to elegant dining, ships feature casual dining, pizza delivery, 24-hour complimentary room service, and butler service in all suites. For guests with special needs, the company offers ramps and wheelchair-accessible elevator doors to allow access to indoor and outdoor public areas. Several staterooms on all of the ships are designed to accommodate physically challenged guests.

AquaSpa by Elemis

The spa offers a number of relaxing and rejuvenating treatments. Choose from treatments inspired by exotic cultures combined with conventional practices. Signature Treatments include Egyptian Ceremony of Milk and Ginger, and The Asian Ceremony of Stone. Stay fit by taking a Pilates class or booking a session with a personal trainer. Guests can book their spa treatment before they sail, choosing from over 100 AquaSpa, salon and personal fitness offerings.


Choose from seasonal voyages to Alaska, Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada, New England, Caribbean, Europe, Galapagos, Pacific Northwest, Panama Canal, Australia & New Zealand, South America and Transatlantic cruises.

Galapagos Islands Aboard Celebrity Xpedition

Celebrity Xpedition is Celebrity Cruises' small expedition ship designed especially for exploring the Galapagos Islands. The ship accommodates just 92 guests, making you feel part of the community. Travel to the legendary Galapagos where you can view unique wildlife such as giant tortoises and Sea Lions. This archipelago of volcanic islands near the Equator in the Pacific Ocean is a national park and a biological marine reserve because of the importance to protect this unique and fragile ecosystem.

7-night itineraries start at $3,000 per person. Guests are accommodated in stylish cabins and specialty suites, including the Penthouse Suite, Xpedition Suite and Junior Suite. All the staterooms have a window. Sunrise Deck has a hot tub, sauna and sunning area, perfect for relaxation during the day and stay viewing at night. Cruises to the Galapagos are especially popular with couples who want to see this natural wonder from up close. Nature guides aboard the ship are very knowledgeable about the destinations that you will visit.

Solstice Class Ships

The company operates several Solstice-class ships, including Solstice, Equinox, Eclipse, Silhouette and Celebrity Reflection. There are four Millennium-class ships which entered service after 2000: Constellation, Infinity, Millennium and Summit. There is also one smaller Xpedition-class ship Celebrity Xpedition designed for cruising in the Galapagos Islands. TUI Cruises, a brand established in 2008 through a joint venture between Royal Caribbean and TUI AG, tailored for the German market, operates Mein Schiff (former Galaxy) and Mein Schiff 2 (former Mercury).

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Celebrity Solstice

Celebrity Solstice is one of the new Solstice-class ships which were introduced in 2008. The ship can accommodate 2,850 passengers, and offers a half-acre Lawn Club with real grass, spa-inspired AquaClass staterooms and a wide variety of dining options. The ships sails in the Eastern and Western Caribbean (7-nights from $600 per person). Choose from a range of guest cabins and spacious suites, including the Celebrity Suite, Royal Suite and Penthouse Suite. Wine enthusiasts can enjoy wine tasting at Cellar Masters, inspired by the vineyards of Napa Valley. AquaSpa aboard Celebrity Solstice lets you get pampered and relaxed.

Celebrity Equinox

Celebrity Equinox was Celebrity Cruises' second addition to Solstice Class which entered service in 2009. This ship sails to the Caribbean (from $999 per person for a 10-night cruise), Europe and on Transatlantic cruises. Passengers enjoy a choice of 10 dining venues, stylish accommodations and the unique Lawn Club. Celebrity Equinox has several spacious suites, including the Penthouse Suite, Royal Suite, Celebrity Suite and Sky Suite. Many guest cabins have verandas and ocean views. The ship features many entertainment options, programs for kids in different age groups and The Lawn Club which offers casual outdoor activities in a Country Club atmosphere.

Millenium Class Ships


Constellation is a Millenium Class ship which was recently "Solsticized" with many popular Solstice Class features. Destinations include Caribbean, Europe, and Panama Canal. 14-night Caribbean sailings are priced from $1,250 per person. The ship features a wine bar inspired by the vineyards of Napa Valley where passengers can discover new wines and receive recommendations. There are several dining venues and AquaSpa by Elemis. Suites and staterooms offer new decor, flat-screen TVs, and personal service.

Celebrity Millennium

Celebrity Cruises' Millennium sails to the Caribbean, Europe and on Transatlantic journeys. The ship has an onboard health center, a botanical conservatory and a music library. Finished with luxury touches such as wood and marble, etched glass and polished granite, the ship offers a choice of ocean-view and inside stateroom as well as suites. The ship has 780 Ocean-View and 195 Inside cabins. Guests who require more space can choose from 26 Sky Suites, eight Celebrity Suites, eight Royal Suites and two Penthouse Suites. All suites have a bathroom with a whirlpool tub, a veranda and 24-hour European butler service.

Suite guests get welcome champagne, express luggage delivery at boarding, personalized stationery, private portrait sitting, and complimentary use of Thalassotherapy pool. The suite butler assists guests with unpacking and packing, and serves full breakfast, in-suite lunch & dinner service, in-suite afternoon tea service, and evening hors d'oeuvres. The AquaSpa SM is a 25,000-square-foot facility with 16 treatment rooms and a fitness centers with panoramic views. Services offered at the spa include manicures, facials, massages, and thalassotherapy. At the fitness center, guests can taka a fitness class and hire a personal trainer. Among the spa and fitness packages offered on the ship are: The Metabolism Booster, Oh, My Aching Back, Body Composition Analysis, and The Total Fitness Package. The main dining room, the 1940s-style RMS Olympic Restaurant, features table-side service, a demonstration kitchen and dine-in wine cellar. The restaurant is decorated with original paneling from the RMS Olympic. Five meals are served daily, including low-fat, low-calorie meals and children's meals.

Millennium has a unique botanical conservatory designed to offer its guests a calm place to enjoy a drink, admire flowers, or pick a bouquet. The ship has a 14,000 square feet of designer boutiques, an internet cafe with 18 workstations, a two-story library, and a music library. In addition to the spa and fitness center, the ship offers several swimming pools, whirlpools, dance floor, basketball court, jogging track, golf simulator, and shuffleboard.

Celebrity Infinity

Infinity, placed in service in 2001, can accommodate 1,950 guests and sails in Alaska, Hawaii, and the Panama Canal. The ship features a casino, conservatory, cinema, theater, a health spa, and other public rooms. AquaSpa is a 25,000-square-foot facility with 16 treatment rooms and a fitness center. Treatments offered at the spa include manicures, facials and a range of massages. At the fitness center, guests can hire a personal trainer, and swim in the resistance swimming pool.

Infinity features a two-story-high conservatory, a unique botanical environment designed by Emilio Robba of Paris. The conservatory was created to give guests the opportunity to admire flowers while enjoying a refreshing drink, or collect their own bouquet. Guests can dine in the main restaurant or in one of the ship's specialty restaurants. Celebrity's specialty restaurants offer tableside cooking, carving, and flambe, and feature a wine cellar with over 175 premium labels from around the world.

Infinity's SS United States specialty restaurant serves an entree first served in the dining room onboard the original SS United States cruise ship during the 1950s: Roast Long Island Duckling a l'Orange Stuffed with Fruit. The restaurant is decorated with glass panels from the SS United States cruise ship. The ship has one indoor and two outdoor pools, two indoor and four outdoor whirlpools. The Sports Deck has a full-size basketball court, compact football, paddle tennis, and volleyball. The Sunrise Deck has a golf simulator, jogging track, and shuffleboard.

Acupunture at Sea

Cruise vacations are a great way to see many different destinations and enjoy a wide range of vacation activities. You can visit a museum in the morning, head back to the ship for a spa treatment and finish with a buffet dinner. Cruise lines are always adding new and unusual services to their voyages to attract customers. Celebrity Cruises now offers acupuncture at sea on several of its ships.

The Constellation has an Acupunture at Sea treatment center with four private treatment rooms and a reception area while the Millennium, Infinity, Summit, Century, Galaxy and Mercury have smaller acupuncture treatment facilities. Acupunture is a great way to relieve your body of any excess stress. You may feel relaxed on your cruise but acupuncture will help you reach a new level of relaxation. You may sleep better and have more energy.

Celebrity X-Club Youth Program

Celebrity Cruises offers a children's program called the Celebrity X-Club Youth Program. The program offers a wide range of activities for children of all ages including talent shows, treasure hunts, dinner parties, the Late-Night Slumber Party and more. Just as there are areas of the ship for adults, there are also "children only" areas such as the Shipmates Fun Factory and the teen centers and pools. When the ship is docked guests can leave their children at the Fun Factory for an Afternoon Get-Together. The programs are broken down into four different groups according to the ages of the children: Ship Mates (ages 3-6), Celebrity Cadets (ages 7-9), Ensigns (ages 10-12) and Admiral Ts (ages 13-17) .

Celebrity Cruises Serves Proprietary Wines

Celebrity Cruises serves its guests a line of proprietary wines - the Celebrity Cruises Cellarmaster Selection. The wines were created to complement the higher standard of the cruise line's award-winning cuisine. Dozens of wines were sampled and third-party tasters were used to evaluate the wines before the final selection was made. Preview wines served on your cruise at www.celebrityvineyards.com before your cruise sails.

Celebrity Teams Up with Cirque de Soleil

Celebrity Cruises has teamed up with the famous Cirque de Soleil to present The Bar at the Edge of the Earth aboard two of its ships: Constellation and Summit. Part lounge and part bar, The Bar at the Edge of the Earth features captivating visual effects and sounds. Guests can indulge in drinks and hors d'oeuvres created especially for Celebrity. Unusual characters dressed in creative costumes join the party on the cruise ship, including the Lantern Tuner, the Wave Correspondent, Pez Erizo and the Dream Fisher. The Abyss Gardener serves drinks and hors d'oeuvres to Celebrity guests. One of the nights, the bar hosts a Masquerade Ball featuring performers presented by Cirque du Soleil.

Enjoy the Luxury of ConciergeClass

Celebrity Cruises' ConciergeClass category have been in high demand. In response, the cruise line has expanded the number of veranda staterooms across the Millennium-class fleet. Each ConciergeClass stateroom measures 191 square feet in size and has a 41-square-foot veranda. ConciergeClass guests receive additional amenities, such as a bottle of chilled champagne, fresh flowers and a selection of fruits.

Celebrity Cruises offers a room service breakfast menu designed exclusively for ConciergeClass guests. Guests receive a number of perks: faster luggage delivery, VIP invitations to events, early embarkation if you like, priority when booking popular shoe excursions and more.

Alaska, South America, Europe, New Zealand and the Caribbean with Celebrity

Celebrity offers a selection of transatlantic itineraries from 11- to 15-nights in length (priced from $1,100 per person for 11 nights). Celebrity Constellation, Eclipse, Equinox, Solstice and Silhouette offer transatlantic voyages in the spring and in the fall. Depending on which itinerary you choose, you get to visit famous cities such as Paris and New York, as well as famous destinations such as the Rock of Gibraltar in the United Kingdom. There are a number of shore and land excursions to choose from, including bicycling tours, Roman ruins and the Caves of Nerja.

  • South America: South America voyages let you visit rain forests, mountain peaks, waterfalls and cosmopolitan cities. The company offers 13-night to 15-night sailings priced from $1,300 USD per person. Cruisetours offers a way for passengers to explore historical and natural wonders through guided land tours. Infinity sails on South America itineraries from January through March. Infinity features a casino, conservatory, cinema, theater and a health spa. Passengers can choose from a selection of pre- and post- cruise package to extend their trip.
  • Europe: European itineraries include Mediterranean, Scandinavia & Russia, and Greek Isles & Turkey. 7-night European itineraries start at $399 per person. Passengers have a chance to explore Europe via Cruisetours, escorted land tours. Depending on your itinerary, you can visit Venice, Sicily, Rome, London, Madrid, Greek islands and other famous destinations. Celebrity Constellation, Eclipse, Equinox, Solstice and Silhouette offer a number of exciting European destinations from May through October.
  • Australia & New Zealand: On your Australia & New Zealand getaway, you will get to explore miles of breathtaking coastlines, aborigine and Maori culture, as well as unique modern architecture such as Sydney's famous Opera House. You will also get a chance to go shopping in Auckland, see vast mountains, ancient forests and active volcanoes on your Australia & New Zealand trip.

    Cruisetours offer a great way to combine a voyage with a land tour to Sydney, Ayers Rock, Port Douglas and Cairns. The company also offers a selection of pre- and post-cruise packages, letting you extend your stay. 12-night Australia & New Zealand rates start at $1,699 USD per person.

  • The Caribbean: Enjoy warm tropical weather, snorkeling and romantic ports in the Caribbean. Choose from voyages aboard Century, Mercury, Constellation, Millennium, Summit, Eclipse, Equinox and Silhouette. Itineraries are offered from November through mid-April. Destinations include Magen's Bay in St. Thomas, golf courses of Barbados, swimming with stingrays in George Town, Grand Cayman, and Hemingway's house in Key West. 4-night prices start at $189 per person.
  • Alaska: The cruise line offers a variety of comprehensive Alaska itineraries featuring great land tours where passengers can explore the wilderness. Watch humpback whales and wolf pups right from the ship. See the famous Hubbard Glacier, totem poles of Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway. There are many different sailings to choose from aboard Century, Infinity and Millennium. Explore the landscape in a glass-domed traincar featuring breathtaking 360-degree views. Visit the six-million acre Denali National Park or the gold-rush town of Fairbanks. 10-night prices start at $1,565 per person.
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