SkySea Golden Era deck plans

Deck layouts, review of facilities, activities, amenities

SkySea Golden Era deck plan review at CruiseMapper provides newest cruise deck plans (floor layouts of the vessel) extracted from the officially issued by SkySea Cruise Line (Small Cruise Lines) deckplan pdf (printable version).

Each of the SkySea Golden Era cruise ship deck plans are conveniently combined with a legend (showing cabin codes) and detailed review of all the deck's venues and passenger-accessible indoor and outdoor areas. A separate link provides an extensive information on SkySea Golden Era staterooms (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin plans and amenities by room type and category.

Celebrity Century (built 1995, last refurbished in 2017) was the oldest ship in the Celebrity Cruises fleet. The vessel belongs to the Century-class – together with the two TUI (Marella Cruises) ships Marella Explorer (built as "Celebrity Galaxy", fka "Mein Schiff 1") and Marella Explorer2 (built as Celebrity Mercury, fka Mein Schiff 2). In 2015, Royal Caribbean (RCCL) announced its intention to transfer Celebrity Century from Celebrity Cruises to the fleet of CDF (Croisieres de France). Later, RCCL (as shipowner) decided to establish in China a new joint venture company (named SkySea Cruises) together with Ctrip. The new line started operations in 2016 with one newly refurbished ship – Celebrity Century – operating in China under the name “SkySea Golden Era”.

Celebrity Century (SkySea Golden Era) cruise ship deck plan has a total of 907 staterooms for 1814 passengers (max capacity is 2177 guests), served by 860 crew/staff. The ship has 12 passenger decks (out of 15) with 6 restaurants (of which 1 specialty), 15 lounges and bars, 2 swimming pools, 4 jacuzzies, 9 elevators.

SkySea Golden Era 2017 refurbishment review

On November 16, 2017, SkySea Cruises announced the completion of the ship's extensive drydock refurbishment (October 25 through November 11) done at COSCO shipyard in Zhoushan, China. For the ship renovation project, SkySea partnered with CSSC (China State Shipbuilding Corporation) and G-Art (interior design and renovations).

  • The dry-dock included routine maintenance works, as well as adding 2 new conference halls (meeting rooms) ond decks 7 and 12.
  • The "SkySea Board Room" (Deck 7) has max capacity 50 seats. "SkySea Conference Room" (Deck 12) has capacity 100 seats.
  • Grand Restaurant was renovated with a new Chinese theme.
  • A new beauty salon was opened via partnership with PhiSkin. The ship's retail shops were expanded. A new pharmacy was added as a retail offering.

Deck layouts

  • Deck 04 - Celebrity Century - deck 4 Continental

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 04 - Celebrity Century - deck 4 Continental
  • Deck 05 - Celebrity Century - deck 5 Plaza

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 05 - Celebrity Century - deck 5 Plaza
  • Deck 06 - Celebrity Century - deck 6 Promenade

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 06 - Celebrity Century - deck 6 Promenade
  • Deck 07 - Celebrity Century - deck 7 Entertainment

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 07 - Celebrity Century - deck 7 Entertainment
  • Deck 08 - Celebrity Century - deck 8 Panorama

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 08 - Celebrity Century - deck 8 Panorama
  • Deck 09 - Celebrity Century - deck 9 Vista

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 09 - Celebrity Century - deck 9 Vista
  • Deck 10 - Celebrity Century - deck 10 Penthouse

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 10 - Celebrity Century - deck 10 Penthouse
  • Deck 11 - Celebrity Century - deck 11 Resort

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 11 - Celebrity Century - deck 11 Resort
  • Deck 12 - Celebrity Century - deck 12 Sports

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 12 - Celebrity Century - deck 12 Sports
  • Deck 14 - Celebrity Century - deck 14 Sunrise

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 14 - Celebrity Century - deck 14 Sunrise
  • Deck 15 - Celebrity Century - deck 15 Sky

    SkySea Golden Era Deck 15 - Celebrity Century - deck 15 Sky

SkySea Golden Era deck plans are property of SkySea Cruise Line (Small Cruise Lines). All deck layouts are for informational purposes only and CruiseMapper is not responsible for their accuracy.