Celebrity Solstice

Celebrity Solstice current position

Celebrity Solstice current location is at South East Asia (coordinates 1.51343 N / 104.79446 E) cruising The AIS position was reported 6 minutes ago.

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Specifications of Celebrity Solstice

Year built2008  /  Age: 13
Flag state Malta
BuilderMeyer Werft (Papenburg, Germany)
ClassSolstice
Building costUSD 750 million
OwnerRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd
OperatorCelebrity Cruises
Speed24 kn / 44 kph / 28 mph
Length (LOA)317 m / 1040 ft
Beam (width)36 m / 118 ft
Gross Tonnage121878 gt
Passengers2850 - 3420
Crew1000
Passengers-to-space ratio36
Decks15
Cabins1425
Decks with cabins8
Last Refurbishment2016-2021
Sister-shipsCelebrity Eclipse, Celebrity Equinox, Celebrity Reflection, Celebrity Silhouette
Christened bySharon L. Smith
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Celebrity Solstice Itineraries

DateItineraryDeparture PortPrice from
2021 Sep 26 14 days, round-trip Best Of Japan Cruise Yokohama $3099
2021 Oct 10 12 days, round-trip Best Of Japan Cruise Yokohama $1599
2021 Oct 22 14 days, round-trip Best Of Southern Japan Cruise Yokohama $1529
2021 Nov 05 16 days, one-way from Yokohama to Singapore Yokohama $1729
2021 Nov 21 14 days, round-trip Vietnam Thailand Cruise Singapore $1839
2021 Dec 05 14 days, one-way from Singapore to Hong Kong Singapore $1719
2021 Dec 19 14 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Singapore Hong Kong $2199
2022 Jan 02 14 days, one-way from Singapore to Hong Kong Singapore $1949
2022 Jan 16 14 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Singapore Hong Kong $1859
2022 Jan 30 14 days, one-way from Singapore to Hong Kong Singapore $1899
2022 Feb 13 14 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Singapore Hong Kong $1979
2022 Feb 27 14 days, one-way from Singapore to Yokohama Singapore $2069
2022 Mar 13 14 days, round-trip Best Of Southern Japan Cruise Yokohama $2949
2022 Mar 27 14 days, round-trip Best Of Japan Cruise Yokohama $3099
2022 Apr 10 14 days, round-trip Best Of Japan Cruise Yokohama $3689
2022 Apr 24 12 days, one-way from Yokohama to Seattle Yokohama $1249
2022 May 06 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1039
2022 May 13 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1049
2022 May 20 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1099
2022 May 27 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1199
2022 Jun 03 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1289
2022 Jun 10 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1249
2022 Jun 17 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1349
2022 Jun 24 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1299
2022 Jul 01 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1349
2022 Jul 08 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1579
2022 Jul 15 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1449
2022 Jul 22 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1399
2022 Jul 29 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1339
2022 Aug 05 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1299
2022 Aug 12 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1199
2022 Aug 19 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1149
2022 Aug 26 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1099
2022 Sep 02 7 days, round-trip Alaska Dawes Glacier Seattle $1099
2022 Sep 09 7 days, one-way from Seattle to Vancouver Seattle $1149
2022 Sep 16 16 days, one-way from Vancouver to Yokohama Vancouver $1399
2022 Oct 02 12 days, round-trip Best of Japan Yokohama $1849
2022 Oct 14 12 days, round-trip Best of Japan Yokohama $1799
2022 Oct 26 12 days, round-trip Best of Southern Japan Yokohama $1799
2022 Nov 07 12 days, round-trip Best of Southern Japan Yokohama $1799
2022 Nov 19 12 days, one-way from Yokohama to Hong Kong Yokohama $1729
2022 Dec 01 10 days, round-trip Vietnam Philippines Hong Kong $1279
2022 Dec 11 12 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Singapore Hong Kong $1499
2022 Dec 23 11 days, one-way from Singapore to Hong Kong Singapore $1799
2023 Jan 03 12 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Singapore Hong Kong $1699
2023 Jan 15 12 days, one-way from Singapore to Hong Kong Singapore $1699
2023 Jan 27 12 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Singapore Hong Kong $1699
2023 Feb 08 12 days, one-way from Singapore to Hong Kong Singapore $1699
2023 Feb 20 12 days, one-way from Hong Kong to Yokohama Hong Kong $1799
2023 Mar 04 12 days, round-trip Best of Southern Japan Yokohama $2199
2023 Mar 16 12 days, round-trip Best of Southern Japan Yokohama $2229
2023 Mar 28 12 days, round-trip Best of Japan Yokohama $2249
2023 Apr 09 12 days, round-trip Best of Japan Yokohama $2299
2023 Apr 21 12 days, one-way from Yokohama to Vancouver Yokohama $1199

Celebrity Solstice Review

Review of Celebrity Solstice

The 2008-built Celebrity Solstice cruise ship is the 1st of the Solstice-class Celebrity Cruises boats, together with Equinox, Silhouette, Eclipse, Reflection. Celebrity Cruises Solstice ship is scheduled for "Celebrity Revolution" drydock refurbishment on October 1, 2021.

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 Cruises Solstice-class ship model (Eclipse., Equinox, Silhouette, Solstice, Reflection)

The 2900-passenger ship Celebrity Solstice was the first to be a part of Celebrity's Solstice class. Solstice has many of the personal amenities that cruisers have come to expect from the line, while able to transport almost 3000 passengers. Each of the vessels in the Solstice class has wireless Internet connectivity, bigger staterooms with HDTVs, large bathrooms, more storage space, and plush European bedding. The Solstice-class ships also offer an extraordinary range of customer-inspired services and amenities made possible due to the liners' bigger size.

Celebrity Cruises Solstice-class ship model (Eclipse., Equinox, Silhouette, Solstice, Reflection)

Cruise itinerary program

Celebrity Solstice itinerary program is based on 7-day roundtrip cruises to Alaska from Seattle WA during summer. During the rest of the year, the ship sails on South Pacific Islands, Australia and NZ cruises from Auckland and Sydney. The Solstice also visits Hawaii on repositioning crossings between Alaska and Australia.

Decks and Cabins

Celebrity Solstice staterooms (1426 total, in 30 grades) include 66 Suites and 1150 Balcony rooms. Most Celebrity Solstice staterooms are 195-ft2 Balcony cabins. 85% of the ship's accommodations have private balcony views. Wheelchair-accessible cabins are 30. The largest are the Penthouse Suites (1290 ft2 / 120 m2 plus 390 ft2 / 36 m2 terrace).

The boat has 15 decks, of which 14 are passenger-accessible and 8 with cabins.

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

Besides the main dining room, passengers aboard Celebrity Solstice can dine in three specialty restaurants. One of the dining venues aboard is reserved exclusively for guests in Aqua Class staterooms. There is also a lido buffet with specialty stations, a crepe and panini bistro, a spa cuisine buffet and grill, a poolside grill, and a coffee bar and gelateria. Of the 10 restaurants available, 6 are open for breakfast, 5 for lunch and 7 for dinner. The airy Grand Epernay is ship's main dining room, which spans two decks at the aft end of the cruise ship. The room is light intones, bright and with ample use of the signature design element of Solstice, glass. Instead of a wine cellar, one end of the MDR is accented with a 2-story glass wine tower.

Celebrity Solstice cruise ship

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

  • Murano (76-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)
  • Grand Epernay Restaurant (1,429-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., or “My Time Dining”)
  • Bistro on Five (68-seat creperie all-you-can-eat restaurant; offers lunch and dinner with table-side service) was replaced in 2016 by Sushi on Five. The new food menu (by sushi chef Yoshikazu "Yoshi" Okada) includes hand-rolled sushi, fresh tableside grated wasabi, house-made soy sauce, Asian-inspired cocktails, Japanese beers, and sakes.
  • Blu (32-seat AquaClass passengers only restaurant, reservations required; also serves Suite guests upon availability)
  • Silk Harvest (88-seat Asian specialty restaurant/sushi bar, reservation only
  • AquaSpa Cafe (48-seat complimentary Solarium and Spa bar, self-service; offers healthy food choices for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
  • Oceanview Cafe & Bar (758-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 (132-seat specialty seafood/steakhouse restaurant; reservations-only)
  • Mast Bar (alfresco burger bar, poolside; offers complimentary lunch).

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

Celebrity's enrichment program is called Celebrity Life. It is offered day and night, and activities are divided into 4 categories: wellness, enrichment, culinary and trivia & games. Culinary-oriented options include galley tours, cooking and cocktail-making demos, wine tasting and Riedel glass tasting - an experiential look at how the feel and shape of a wine glass impact its taste. Spa-fans aboard the Celebrity Solstice can have fun with the 130 “AquaClass” veranda staterooms, with free access to Aqua Spa relaxation room, Persian Garden, nice aromatherapy and steam room. AquaClass guests also receive exclusive complimentary dining in the Blu, an intimate 130-seat specialty restaurant.

Celebrity Cruises Solstice-class ship (Eclipse., Equinox, Silhouette, Solstice, Reflection)

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

  • Solstice Theatre (1,115-seat show lounge for grand musical and show productions; hosts daily trivia games, bingo, classes, movies)
  • Solstice Atrium “Grand Foyer” (3-deck open floor area with live music entertainment); Boulevard Shops (seven Atrium duty-free shops and boutiques); Galleria Boutiques (ten duty-free shops); Sun & Sea Shop; The Lawn Club Shop
  • Passport Bar (Atrium Lobby Bar with live entertainment)
  • The Entertainment Court (live performances, dance parties)
  • Quasar Disco & Nightclub
  • Celebrity Central (200-seat show lounge for movies, musical performances, comedy shows; also hosts classes and games)
  • Michael’s Club (piano bar); Martini Bar (cocktails made by professional mixologists); Crush Bar (with a 12-seat table filled with ice cubes in the middle); Galleria Tastings (food and wine tastings, fashion shows, art auctions); Molecular Bar; Ensemble Lounge
  • Photo Gallery & Shop
  • Solstice Fortunes Casino
  • Celebrity iLounge (24-hour Internet computers room; sells Apple computers; classes available)
  • Team Earth (eco-awareness club)
  • Game On (Card Room)
  • Relaxation Lounge
  • Sky Observation Lounge & Nightclub
  • Cafe Al Bacio & Gelateria (54-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 at Sea; Elmis Shop (Spa products); Aquaspa & Fitness complex with Persian Garden (Thermal Suite - rain shower, steam rooms, sauna, heated loungers, aromatherapy showers), Therapy and Treatment Rooms, Hair & Beauty Salon, Solarium (adults area) and Aquaspa Cafe (spa bar)
  • Fitness Center (with separate Aerobics area)
  • Solarium Pool area (with adults-only Thalassotherapy Pool and seawater lap pool; 2 Whirlpools)
  • Pool Bar; Sports Pool;
  • Family Pool;
  • Wet Zone (kids & teens water play area)
  • The Hot Glass Show (live glass blowing show; “The Corning Museum of Glass”)
  • Sunset Bar (alfresco bar, selling fine cigars)
  • Patio on the Lawn (relaxation area); The Lawn Club (real green grass relaxation area)
  • 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; 3-hole Mini Golf putting, Lawn Bowling, Bocce, Croquet; Sun Deck area.

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Celebrity Cruises Solstice ship belongs to company's Solstice-class liners, with sisterships Eclipse, Equinox, Reflection, Silhouette. Solstice is fleet's first Solstice-class vessel (launched on August 10, 2008), with inaugural cruise/maiden voyage on November 23, 2008. The ship has staterooms in various categories, including the new AquaClass and ConciergeClass cabins.

Modern and classy, Solstice was the biggest passenger ship built in Germany. Deck layouts of all Solstice-class Celebrity liners show optimized interior architecture designs for easy passenger flow. The vessel is very easy to navigate, with all entertainment venues located forward and all food venues located aft. All "money" places (casino and shops) are midship. All specialty dining venues are on Deck 5. This ship also has solar panels to produce (though of limited amount) electricity, fuel-efficient hull design, and coatings, eco-friendly lighting.

Cruise itinerary October 20-29 (9-day "South Pacific Islands" roundtrip from Sydney NSW) became Australia's first-ever vegan-themed voyage. It was available for booking on Celebrity Solstice and featured a special vegan dining menu. The voyage (themed "The Whole Connection") was organized by Paige Renshaw and as onboard pre-scheduled events featured daily food demonstrations, workshops, and professional presentations, as well as meditation classes, yoga and pilates, various group activities and documentary movie nights. The itinerary's call ports were in New Caledonia and Vanuatu (Noumea, Mystery Island, Isle of Pines, Lifou Island).

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