Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Cruises is a Premium cruise product founded in 1988 by the Greek Chandris Group. However, in 1997 the company merged with Royal Caribbean International and since then the fleet has been completely replaced with new State-of-the-Art Luxury Superliners offering a contemporary cruise experience in the surrounds of superb innovative ship design and décor, impeccable service and unparalleled spa and dining options.

Although based in Miami, Florida at Royal Caribbean's headquarters, the company has maintained its roots with the signature "X" displayed on all the ships funnels representing the Greek letter "chi" for "Chandris". Each ship embodies the highest level of technical achievement and innovation. Celebrity Cruises are particularly noted for providing the finest suite accommodation at sea. The new Reflection & Signature Suites onboard the latest ship, Celebrity Reflection and the Penthouse Suites  on Millennium-Class are regarded as among the very best in the industry at an average of over 1500²ft with facilities that have to be seen to be believed. The services of your own Butler Service come as standard to tend to your every need and to accommodate in-suite dining and private cocktail parties.

Celebrity Cruises

The excellence of Celebrity is personified by their Award winning Gourmet Cuisine at up to 12 different dining venues onboard together with some of the best wine vintages at sea - Many of which can be experienced at the superb Cellar Masters wine tasting lounge on Solstice-Class. Celebrity’s Spa facilities are the largest at sea offering complete mind and body rejuvenation. On Millennium-Class you can experience all different types of climates to replenish the body including a "Sahara Desert" solarium, a Turkish bath and Tropical Rainforest showers.

The Celebrity ships are equipped to sail all the oceans of the world. The majority of the ships spend the summer months in Europe, sailing all areas of the Mediterranean & Northern waters where they visit fascinating cities such as St. Petersburg in Russia, Tallinn in Estonia & Oslo in Norway. During the winter months, the ships move further afield into the Caribbean, South America, Far East & Australasia offering a warm escape.