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Celebrity Cruises Archive

Celebrity Solstice
Aussie cruisers are looking for ocean journeys all year round, which is not surprising as we live on the fringe of the South Pacific. Australians are well travelled even within our own vast and beautiful country, yet the tropical...
Celebrity Solstice in Sydney
Launched in 2008 and refurbished in 2013, the Celebrity Solstice has created waves in the cruise ship industry. Solstice is the largest Celebrity ship, hosting more than 2,800 passengers at full capacity, and everything about the vessel is modern...
Celebrity Century
After two decades of Royal Caribbean service, Celebrity Century has been sold and will soon be joining the Ctrip travel company fleet. Century is the third Celebrity class ship to move on, with sister ships Galaxy and Mercury now...
Voyager of the Seas Family Panoramic Suite
Since Disney Cruise Line introduced family style accommodations on its newer ships in the 1990’s, the concept has caught on like wildfire. Newer cruise ships are being designed with the entire family in mind, and along with spacious cabins...
Oasis of the Seas aqua theatre
For many holidaymakers, cruising is more than just sunshine and scenery; it’s an opportunity to party all night long on a floating pleasure palace. Cruise lines provide the best of entertainment for the young and the young at heart....
celebrity eclipse cruise ship
Originally founded by the Chandris Group in 1988, Celebrity Cruises is now part of Royal Caribbean International. The featured “X” on the funnel is a Greek letter signifying the Chandris connection. Royal Caribbean International is presently headquarted in Miami,...