Cruise Lines - Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Cruises

Beginning in 1989, Celebrity Cruises has always taken the very best aspects of classic, elegant cruising and combining them with high quality, superior design, spacious accommodations, grand style, attentive service and exceptional cuisine.

Its ships and the line’s service, cuisine and spas consistently dominate top travelers’ surveys.

Highlights of Celebrity Cruises that make this line stand out are the sumptuous suites and restyled staterooms with new furniture, flat-screen TVs, upholstery, bedding and new carpeting, as well as new color schemes, carpeting and upholstery in all public venues.

What also makes Celebrity cruises stands out from their competition is the high quality of cuisine, from recipes and ingredients to the table presentation and service as well as the fact that Celebrity Cruises have more than 45 specialty restaurants fleetwide.

 Celebrity Cruises Awardss

For the third year running, Celebrity Cruises has been recognized by Prow's Edge Cruise Magazine as one of the top three Best Food Cruise Lines 2013/2014


Celebrity Cruises is consistently voted among the top cruise lines in the world.

These awards include “World's Best Award Among the Top Large-Ship Cruise Lines” in Travel + Leisure's 17th Annual Readers' Survey, the "Best Premium Cruise Line" in the Travel Weekly UK Globe Travel Awards, the "Best Cruise Ships of 2011: Celebrity Solstice® Class and Celebrity Millennium® Class" at Frommer's Cruises & Ports of Call, the vote for"Best Premium Cruise Line" by Performance Media Group's Leisure Travel Leaders, and the "Best Premium Cruise Line"by Travel Weekly UK Globe Travel Awards.

 Celebrity Cruises - Areas and Seasons

Celebrity Cruises sails in Alaska (Spring/Summer), Australia/New Zealand (Winter), Bermuda (Spring/Summer), California (Fall/Winter), Canada/New England (Fall), the Caribbean (Fall/Winter), Europe (Spring/Summer/Winter), Hawaii (Spring/Summer/Fall), the Mexican Riviera (Fall/Winter/Spring), the Panama Canal (shoulder seasons) and South America (Fall/Winter).

In addition, the line’s ”Celebrity Expeditions” brand extension, consists of the megayacht, Celebrity Xpedition, offering exotic travel experiences year-round in the Galapagos Islands and Machu Picchu; Celebrity Journey, sailing in Bermuda, South America and Antarctica, and Celebrity Quest, cruising through the Panama Canal and to some of the most exotic locations in the Caribbean.

 Who cruises with Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Cruises appeals to travelers age 35 and up with household incomes of USD $125,000 plus. Celebrity guests are primarily U.S. residents, but growing percentages are from Canada, Europe and Latin America, as well.

 Celebrity Cruises Cruise Ships

This young class of ships entered service between 1995 and 1997.

Celebrity Century
71,545 tons
1,814 berths

With glass and teak accents and sophisticated amenities, these ships are the most technologically advanced of the fleet and feature environmentally responsible gas turbine engines.

Celebrity Constellation
91,000 tons
1,950 berths

Celebrity Infinity
91,000 tons
1,950 berths

Celebrity Millennium
91,000 tons
1,950 berths

Celebrity Summit
91,000 tons
1,950 berths

For itineraries in unexplored waters, Celebrity Xpedition is designed to be environmentally sound. This ship travels to destinations untouched...and leaves them that way.

Celebrity Xpedition
2,842 tons
100 berths

The latest class of ships billed as "floating worlds of aesthetic and experiential perfection"

Celebrity Eclipse
122,000 tons
2,850 berths

Celebrity Equinox
122,000 tons
2,850 berths

Celebrity Silhouette
122,000 tons
2,850 berths

Celebrity Solstice
122,000 tons
2,850 berths

Celebrity Reflection
122,000 tons
2,850 berths

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