Celebrity Constellation

Former name: GTS Constellation

Celebrity Constellation current position

Celebrity Constellation current location is at Aegean Sea (coordinates 37.13280 N / 23.21908 E) cruising en route to DRIFTING. The AIS position was reported 3 minutes ago.

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Current itinerary of Celebrity Constellation

Celebrity Constellation current cruise is 9 days, one-way from Barcelona to Venice. Prices start from USD 1899 (double occupancy rates). The itinerary starts on 26 May, 2020 and ends on 04 Jun, 2020.

Date / TimePort
26 May 17:00    Departing from Barcelona, Spain hotels
27 May - 20:30    Monte Carlo, Monaco
28 May - 19:00    La Spezia, Italy
29 May - 19:00    Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy
30 May - 18:30    Naples, Italy
01 Jun - 19:00    Kotor, Montenegro
02 Jun - 16:00    Dubrovnik, Croatia, Port Cruz
03 Jun - 19:00    Koper, Slovenia
04 Jun    Arriving in Venice, Italy hotels

Specifications of Celebrity Constellation

Year built2002  /  Age : 18
Flag state Malta
BuilderChantiers de l’Atlantique (Saint-Nazaire, STX France)
ClassMillennium
Building costUSD 350 million (2020 "Celebrity Revolution" drydock USD 70 million)
OwnerRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd
OperatorCelebrity Cruises
Speed24 kn / 44 kph / 28 mph
Length (LOA)294 m / 965 ft
Beam (width)32 m / 105 ft
Gross Tonnage90940 gt
Passengers2130 - 2556
Crew997
Passengers-to-space ratio35
Decks12
Cabins1065
Decks with cabins7
Last Refurbishment2020
Sister-shipsCelebrity Infinity, Celebrity Millennium, Celebrity Summit
Former namesGTS Constellation
Christened byJean Arneberg
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Celebrity Constellation Itineraries

DateItineraryDeparture PortPrice from
2020 May 26 9 days, one-way from Barcelona to Venice Barcelona $1899
2020 Jun 04 8 days, one-way from Venice to Civitavecchia Venice $1379
2020 Jun 12 10 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Venice Civitavecchia $1829
2020 Jun 22 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Venice $2179
2020 Jul 02 9 days, one-way from Venice to Barcelona Venice $1899
2020 Jul 11 9 days, one-way from Barcelona to Venice Barcelona $1799
2020 Jul 20 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Venice $1949
2020 Jul 30 9 days, one-way from Venice to Civitavecchia Venice $1649
2020 Aug 08 9 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Venice Civitavecchia
2020 Aug 17 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Venice $1979
2020 Aug 27 9 days, one-way from Venice to Barcelona Venice $1649
2020 Sep 05 9 days, one-way from Barcelona to Venice Barcelona $2029
2020 Sep 14 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Venice $2149
2020 Sep 24 9 days, one-way from Venice to Civitavecchia Venice $1619
2020 Oct 03 9 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Venice Civitavecchia $1599
2020 Oct 12 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Venice $1949
2020 Oct 22 9 days, one-way from Venice to Barcelona Venice $1669
2020 Oct 31 14 days, one-way from Barcelona to Tampa Barcelona $1279
2020 Nov 14 7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Tampa $1009
2020 Nov 21 11 days, round-trip Southern Caribbean Tampa $1379
2020 Dec 02 11 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Tampa $1274
2020 Dec 13 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Tampa $1099
2020 Dec 23 12 days, round-trip Touch Canal Holiday Tampa $2159
2021 Jan 04 11 days, round-trip Southern Caribbean Tampa $1569
2021 Jan 15 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1399
2021 Jan 25 11 days, round-trip Touch Canal Tampa $1764
2021 Feb 05 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1399
2021 Feb 15 11 days, round-trip Southern Caribbean Tampa $1664
2021 Feb 26 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1449
2021 Mar 08 11 days, round-trip Touch Canal Tampa $1814
2021 Mar 19 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1449
2021 Mar 29 11 days, round-trip Southern Caribbean Tampa $1664
2021 Apr 09 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1449
2021 Apr 19 15 days, one-way from Tampa to Barcelona Tampa $1789
2021 May 04 13 days, one-way from Barcelona to Venice Barcelona $1349
2021 May 17 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Cruise Venice $1299
2021 May 27 9 days, one-way from Venice to Barcelona Venice $1539
2021 Jun 05 9 days, one-way from Barcelona to Venice Barcelona $1539
2021 Jun 14 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Cruise Venice $1399
2021 Jun 24 9 days, one-way from Venice to Civitavecchia Venice $1239
2021 Jul 03 9 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Venice Civitavecchia $1239
2021 Jul 12 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Cruise Venice $1399
2021 Jul 22 9 days, one-way from Venice to Barcelona Venice $1139
2021 Jul 31 9 days, one-way from Barcelona to Venice Barcelona $1139
2021 Aug 09 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Cruise Venice $1299
2021 Aug 19 9 days, one-way from Venice to Civitavecchia Venice $1239
2021 Aug 28 9 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Venice Civitavecchia $1239
2021 Sep 06 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Cruise Venice $1299
2021 Sep 16 9 days, one-way from Venice to Barcelona Venice $1139
2021 Sep 25 9 days, one-way from Barcelona to Venice Barcelona $1039
2021 Oct 04 10 days, round-trip Venice, Turkey & Greek Islands Cruise Venice $1199
2021 Oct 14 9 days, one-way from Venice to Civitavecchia Venice $1139
2021 Oct 23 15 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Tampa Civitavecchia $1759
2021 Nov 07 5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise Tampa $649
2021 Nov 12 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1099
2021 Nov 22 11 days, round-trip Aruba, Bonaire, & Curacao Cruise Tampa $1279
2021 Dec 03 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1099
2021 Dec 13 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1099
2021 Dec 23 11 days, round-trip Ultimate Caribbean Holiday Cruise Tampa $1679
2022 Jan 03 11 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1279
2022 Jan 14 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1299
2022 Jan 24 11 days, round-trip Ultimate Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1279
2022 Feb 04 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1099
2022 Feb 14 11 days, round-trip Aruba, Bonaire, & Curacao Cruise Tampa $1429
2022 Feb 25 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1199
2022 Mar 07 11 days, round-trip Ultimate Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1429
2022 Mar 18 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1299
2022 Mar 28 11 days, round-trip Aruba, Bonaire, & Curacao Cruise Tampa $1429
2022 Apr 08 10 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise Tampa $1299

Celebrity Constellation Review

Review of Celebrity Constellation

Launched in 2002, Celebrity Constellation is the 4th and last of the Millennium-class Celebrity cruise ships, together with Infinity, Millennium and Summit. Celebrity Cruises Constellation ship is scheduled for "Celebrity Revolution" drydock refurbishment on May 1, 2020.

History - construction and ownership

Celebrity Cruises was founded in 1988 as the Greece-based Chandris Line (cruise shipping operations between 1974-1996). In 1997, Royal Caribbean International (RCI) merged with "Celebrity Cruises Ltd" to become "Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd" (RCCL). The "X" on ship funnels is the Greek letter chi (standing for "Chandris"). Common features of Celebrity Cruises ships include aft located glass-walled dining rooms, signature alternate dining venues, bars and lounges, spacious Atrium lobby areas, a large number of balcony staterooms, large sundecks with swimming pools, The Retreat (adults-only sundeck with full-size swimming pool, Jacuzzi, cabanas, poolside full bar service). Rooftop Terrace (top-deck outdoor lounge-restaurant-cinema), large Spa (with Thermal Suites), premium retail shops selling top-brand merchandise.

Celebrity Constellation cruise ship

The 90,940-ton, 2,449-passenger cruise ship Celebrity Constellation was named by her fans "Connie". Over the years, the Constellation cruise ship and her sisters have gathered a lot of admirers, drawn to the entrance-making atrium and marble stairway, the ocean liner-themed, gut-busting French restaurant, and the spectacular (for a large vessel) two-to-one passenger-to-crew ratio. Design-simple and intelligent, Celebrity Constellation includes numbers of strange flourishes, like the existentially unsettling "Word Thief" sculpture - an amorphous, kneeling figure constructed out of strings of words - and a pair of curved sea-view elevator banks that undulate over the ship's design.

Cruise itinerary program

Celebrity Constellation itinerary program is based on 4- and 5-day short Bahamas and Caribbean cruises departing from Fort Lauderdale FL. Constellation also operates on the Black Sea and Mediterranean voyages leaving from Rome, Venice, and Istanbul, with Transatlantic repositioning crossings.

Most Celebrity Constellation staterooms are 170-190-sq.foot Balcony rooms (541). Almost 60% of ship's accommodations have private balcony views. There are a total of 1059 staterooms in 27 categories. 26 are the wheelchair accessible rooms, 50 are the Suites. The largest aboard Celebrity Constellation is the Penthouse Suite (1430 ft2).

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

When the line took the decision to change the Millennium-class vessels in the image of their more new sisters, Celebrity Constellation was the first in the series to take the $40-plus million overhaul during a 15-day dry dock in May 2010. A lot of things have changed for the vessel, in the form of design and onboard features, but Celebrity Constellation's most visible alterations focused on the Deck 4 and 5 social hub, which creates a 2-floor connection between the San Marco main dining room and the Celebrity Theater. The old Martini Bar has been changed with a glowing green pod, ice-topped bar, and juggling bartenders. Cellar Masters, a wine venue using a self-service dispensary system, has changed the original, staid Champagne Bar. The other notable dry-dock feature is the Tuscan Grille. The for-fee steak and wine choice have replaced a nice but apparently revenue-draining flower shop.

Celebrity Constellation cruise ship

Follows the complete list of Celebrity Constellation restaurants and food bars.

  • Ocean Liners Restaurant (102-seats specialty restaurant, reservations only; with French cuisine, Five Senses tasting menu, Champagne High Tea Time; with Demonstration Kitchen for live cooking shows; also features the Wine Cellar annex). In 2017, the restaurant was replaced by Tuscan Grille (steakhouse).
  • San Marco Restaurant (1,140-seat aft Dining Room, with open seating Breakfast 8:00-9:30 a.m., Lunch 12:00-1:30 p.m., Afternoon Tea 4:00-5:00 p.m., and two fixed Dinner seatings - at 6:00 and 8:30 p.m.)
  • Bistro on Five (62-seat creperie all-you-can-eat restaurant; offers lunch and dinner with table-side service)
  • Blu (102-seat AquaClass passengers only restaurant, reservations required; also serves Suite guests upon availability)
  • AquaSpa Cafe (92-seat complimentary Solarium and Spa bar, self-service; offers healthy food choices for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
  • Seaside Cafe & Grill (695-seat indoor/outdoor self-service buffet restaurant, complimentary; open between 6:30 a.m. - 1:00 a.m. for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, with a variety of food stations)
  • Tuscan Grille (82-seat specialty seafood/steakhouse restaurant; reservations-only)
  • Mast Bar (alfresco burger bar, poolside; offers complimentary lunch) - in 2017 was replaced by Top Deck Burger Bar.

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

The modern Celebrity Theater is where most of the entertainment action takes place onboard Celebrity Constellation. The banquet-style seats are quite comfortable for the hour-long programs. The 2-tiered theater is 3 decks high and hosts Vegas-style productions, focusing on pop and Broadway hits. Other evening headliners include musical acts, veteran singers and comedians. Evening entertainment elsewhere onboard emphasizes on music. Bands in the Rendezvous Lounge perform the '40s and '50s jazz standards, pop songs and other danceable classic hits. The Reflections venue serves as an observation lounge and a quiet place for craft and dance classes by day.

Celebrity Constellation cruise ship

Follows the complete list of Celebrity Constellation lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens, and adults.

  • Constellation Theatre (900-seat show lounge for grand musical and show productions; hosts daily trivia games, bingo, classes, movies)
  • Constellation Atrium “Grand Foyer” (3-deck open floor area with live music entertainment)
  • Cinema (also used as Conference Center)
  • Michael’s Club (piano bar); Martini Bar; Crush Bar (with a 12-seat table filled with ice cubes in the middle)
  • Photo Gallery & Shop
  • Constellation Fortunes Casino
  • Online@Celebrity Center (24-hour Internet computers room; sells Apple computers; classes available)
  • Rendez-Vous Lounge & Nightclub
  • The Emporium shopping alley (Atrium boutique shops for duty-free alcohol and tobaccos, watches, luxury jewelry, accessories, fashion clothing, logo items)
  • Cafe Al Bacio & Gelateria (83-seat a la carte specialty coffee, patisserie, ice cream; with the Gelateria - Italian Gelato ice cream bar)
  • Cellar Masters (24-hour Wine Bar; features an Enomatic wine tasting system; provides Sommelier consultations in the evenings)
  • Art Gallery; Library
  • Acupuncture Treatments Room; Aquaspa & Fitness complex with Persian Garden (Thermal Suite - rain shower, steam room, sauna, heated loungers), Therapy and Treatment Rooms, Hair & Beauty Salon, Solarium (adults area) and Aquaspa Cafe (spa bar)
  • Rooftop Terrace
  • Qsine (signature restaurant)
  • Fitness Center (with separate Aerobics area)
  • Solarium Pool area (with adults-only Thalassotherapy Pool and seawater lap pool; 2 Whirlpools)
  • Seaside Pool (with Splash Pool for kids and 4 Whirlpools, outdoor pool bar, served by the Pool Grill)
  • Sunset Bar (120-seat, alfresco bar, selling fine cigars)
  • Reflections Lounge (observation lounge during the day, show lounge & dance club in the evening)
  • Kids clubs by age (Fun Factory 3-11 yo, Shipmates 3-5 yo, Cadets 6-8 yo, Ensigns 9-11 yo, with supervised age-appropriate activities, like arts-crafts, themed parties, games, movies, toys, interactive games, scavenger hunts)
  • X-Club (teen-only disco and lounge area); Video Games Arcade
  • Tennis Tables, Shuffleboard; Power Walking/Jogging Track; Multi-sports outdoor court; Sun Deck area.

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Celebrity Cruises Constellation ship (inaugural cruise on May 12, 2002, original name "GTS Constellation", nickname "Connie") is the 4th and last of company's Millennium-class liners. Sisterships are Infinity, Millennium, Summit. The vessel received Conde Nast's readers award for "2007 best large cruise ship".

Constellation features an impressive (for a big liner) 2-to-1 guests-t-crew ratio. In May 2010, it became fleet's first liner scheduled for drydock refurbishment as part of an initiative for "Solsticizing" all Millennium ships. Constellation attracts mostly upper-middle-class travellers, the majority well-travelled and experienced, predominantly North Americans and Europeans (from UK, also from Germany and France) and mostly couples ages 40-70, but it all depends on the season, destination and itinerary.

The May 2010 refurb cost over USD 40 million. The decor was seriously changed, and some new features were added, like the Tuscan Grill. Some old social places were also upgraded - the Champagne Bar (into Cellar Masters) and the Martini Bar (into its newer version). The second dry dock for Constellation was in April 2013 when she added the line's "Solsticization" upgrades. Among the ship's new features are 107 AquaClass cabins, 66 new cabins, new balcony rooms, new colour scheme, upgraded basketball court, craft beer in the Michael's Club, new sun loungers on the pool decks, iLounge (with Apple workstations), new meeting and conference space, a retail store.

Celebrity Constellation refurbishment 2020 review

The ship's drydock in 2020 (April 16 - May 25) is in Cadiz Spain. The USD 70 million project is part of company's "Celebrity Revolution" fleetwide renovation program. The Constellation project includes adding new staterooms, upgrading all cabins with new furniture, LED lighting, carpeting, drapes, bed linens, artworks, programmable RFID door locks (wristband and card access), Bluetooth connectivity. All cabin bathrooms will be also renovated and upgraded. On Deck 12 (top deck) will be added The Retreat (fore-located, suite-only sundeck complex) and Rooftop Terrace (aft-located outdoor cinema and bar lounge).

Celebrity Cruises Celebrity Revolution program (USD 0,5 billion) is fleetwide (9 liners) and includes:

  • Renovations to all staterooms and public spaces - to bring the onboard amenities and services up to the Edge-class ship standards. For staterooms were contracted HBA (Hirsch Bedner Associates (US-based hospitality interior design company) and Kelly Hoppen (UK-based interior designer).
  • All staterooms are upgraded with eXhale bedding sets (premium cashmere mattresses) and high-tech amenities (RFID locks, Bluetooth, Xcelerate / Wi-Fi Internet).
  • Adding "The Retreat" - adults-only sundeck with full-size swimming pool, Jacuzzi whirlpool, private cabanas, padded loungers, poolside bar service (food and drinks).
  • Luminae Restaurant (Suites-only) is redesigned, new (custom-made) menus by chef Cornelius Gallagher are introduced.
  • The new Qsine Restaurant offers "Le Petit Chef" (virtual dining-entertainment experience) created by Skullmapping artists and presented by TableMation Studios exclusively for Celebrity Cruises.
  • Main Dining Rooms, Oceanview Cafe and Sunset Bar are redesigned, as well as most public venues
  • In the SPA is added expanded SEA Thermal Suite.
  • Retail shops are expanded with new brands - including Hublot (luxury Swiss watches) and Shinola (luxury watches, jewellery, premium leather goods).

Celebrity Constellation refurbishment 2017 review

Ship’s 2017 drydock (May 12-26, in Cadiz Spain) resulted in the following deckplan changes:

  • (Sports deck 12) new relaxation and entertainment areas were added (aft location) named “Rooftop Terrace” (taking some space from the sundeck area at the stern). Rooftop Terrace features comfortable outdoor furniture, soundscape, large movie screen. Rooftop Terrace also doubles as "A Taste of Film" in the evenings.
  • (Plaza deck 3) “Ocean Liners” restaurant was replaced by Tuscan Grille (steakhouse restaurant at a surcharge). Also on Plaza deck 3 a new office for “Future Cruise Sales” was built (separate from the Captain’s Club) and a new portrait studio was added (The Studio). The Cinema was redesigned to function also as Conference Center.
  • On deck 5 a new retail store was added and the entire shopping arcade was renovated.
  • On deck 11 (midship) was added to the Qsine restaurant.
  • Renovations were done to the Casino (Promenaded deck 4) and to the adults-only complex “Solarium” (Lido deck 10). Both areas received new furniture and flooring. Also on the Lido deck, the pool area and the Spa Cafe were renovated. The Casino’s theme decoration was removed.
  • (Lido / Pool Decl 10) the new "Top Deck Burger Bar" replaced the poolside food bar "Mast Grill". The new poolside bar has an extensive fast-food menu with burgers and toppings (including Celebrity Signature Burger and the custom-made BYOB / Build Your Own Burger).
  • Major renovations were done to all Suite accommodations (categories Royal Suite and Penthouse Suite), including new plush furniture and amenities upgrades. Cabin changes included upgraded bathrooms (marble surfaces, new tiled floors, comfortable seats, new lighting system), renovated powder rooms, new carpeting, new drapes, new bed linens, new artwork.
  • All cabins were modernized and upgraded with RFID (radio-frequency identification) door locks. The technology allows passengers access their cabins by simply tapping their SeaPass card against the door lock to unlock it.

Celebrity Constellation refurbishment 2013 review

The list of deckplan changes following the April 2013 drydock included:

  • 66 new passenger cabins were added (17x oceanview, 12x Interior, 37x AquaClass).
  • 107 balcony rooms were upgraded to AquaClass category Spa cabins.
  • The balconies of all Sky Suites (mini-suites) were updated and refurbished.
  • The basketball court (deck 12) was upgraded.
  • On Promenade Deck 4 (midship starboard, in the Grand Foyer area) were added two new bars – Martini Bar and Crush Bar.
  • Bistro on Five (creperie) was added on deck 5. In 2016, it was renamed to “Sushi on Five”.
  • Michael’s Club menu was upgraded, now offering 60+ craft beers.
  • A new retail store was added.
  • New Celebrity iLounge (Internet place on deck 6) replaced the old Online@Celebrity Center. New Apple PCs were installed.
  • The Wi-Fi was upgraded to shipwide coverage.
  • All public spaces and passenger cabins received new carpeting, upholstery, and draperies.
  • On Lido Deck 10, the pool deck’s sunbathing area was refurbished with new sun loungers. New gym equipment was installed in the fitness.

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