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Overview: Celebrity Silhouetteis quite a sleek-looking ship, with two slim funnels. Behind them is the great outdoors, with the Lawn Club, an area with real Bermudan (not fake) grass, where you can go putting, play croquet or bocce ball (like boules), picnic on the grass, and just enjoy walking arou
By Lesley Millward - Feb 12 2016 12:30PM
Are we all panicking about going to various holiday destinations with all the turmoil in the world? ...
By Scott Navickas - Feb 11 2016 10:04PM
I am big football fan and go to watch my local team most weeks home and away,work permitting.It all...
By Ava Williams - Feb 11 2016 09:43PM
Single? Want to get away? Well fellow cruisers, I cant claim that I have been on a cruise or ho...
Celebrity Cruises offer luxury cruises that go beyond meeting your expectations, by offering a number of firsts for the cruising industry. Enjoy a family picnic on real grass, have fun and get fit at a zumba class or even relax in the Apple iLounge. Kids of all ages can have fun with the Xbox kinect, and with Celebrity Cruises, your ship really is your playground.
The Lawn Club, available on Solstice Class ships, is half an acre of real grass out in the centre of the ocean, where you can create some great memories from family picnics to a quick game of croquet, or even just relax and watch the world go by. Try out the upmarket Martini bar, or even sample some globally inspired cuisine in one of many distinctive restaurants on-board.
Are you looking for something unexpected? Qsine was designed especially for Celebrity to surprise and delight diners, from ordering off an Apple iPad to sushi on a stick. Tuscan Grille provides all of the flair of Italy in the form of juicy steaks and delicious seafood, offering an alternative to the sophistication of Murano’s five-course menu. Oz Clarke, wine expert, even makes an appearance from time to time!
Celebrity Cruises’ personable service is devoted to you, the cruise passenger, so that you can enjoy some of the best itineraries, sailing all seven continents out of Southampton, Venice, Barcelona and many more exciting ports, in the best possible hands.
By Boyle, Sutton on Oct 20 2015 07:06PM
Just had a cruise on the Celebrity Eclipse, firstly I have to say the Advantages of the ship is it's beautiful very clean and kept spotless and food was delicious, the entertainment was excellent with Darren Day being the highlight of the entertainment for the 13 nights.. Disadvantages far too many old people on mobility scooters and Zimmerman frames, you could never get a place to sit and have a coffee in the lounges as they where all sitting sleeping which resembled an old people's home! if you want to sleep in a chair all day long retire to your cabin. The cost of alcohol was just appalling £28.00 for a bottle of house wine and £6.00 for a small bottle of beer, they try to...
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Celebrity Cruises offer luxury cruises that go beyond meeting your expectations, by offering a number of firsts for the cruising industry. Enjoy a family picnic on real grass with the Lawn Club, have fun and get fit at a zumba class or even relax in the Apple iLounge. Kids of all ages can have fun with the Xbox kinect, and with Celebrity Cruises, your ship really is your playground.
Both Princess and Celebrity cruises have launched new routes across the globe, tapping into new markets and giving passengers more choice as to where they can go on their holidays.
Celebrity Cruises has donated Â£30,000 worth of gym equipment to a youth centre in Liverpool. The companyâ??s ship Celebrity Infinity regularly docks at Liverpool and senior officers asked if equipment could be donated after the linerâ??s gym underwent a refurbishment.