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 :: Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Cruises is a cruise line which was founded in 1988 by the Greece-based Chandris Group.

In 1997, Celebrity Cruises Ltd. merged with Royal Caribbean International to become Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., which operates Celebrity, Royal Caribbean International, Azamara Club Cruises, Pullmantur Cruises and CDF Croisieres de France. The signature "Χ" displayed on the funnel of Celebrity ships is the Greek letter chi, for "Chandris". The company has its headquarters inMiami, Florida. Common features on board Celebrity brand ships are aft-glass dining rooms, formal foyer areas, alternate dining venues, balcony and suite staterooms, large pools and lounging areas, signature bars and lounges, libraries, elegant spas and gyms, and relaxation areas. 

In order to gain the Bermuda Government contracts, Chandris created Celebrity Cruises and immediately began negotiating with the Bermuda Government in April 1988. As a result of the negotiations, Celebrity Cruises was awarded the contract for two ships for a five-year period beginning in 1990 In order to fulfill the contract, Chandris Fantasy Cruises' Galileo was rebuilt at Lloyd Werft, Germany in 1989, re-entering service as Meridian for Celebrity Cruises in February 1990. As the second ship Horizon, that had been ordered in 1988 as a replacement for Amerikanis in the Chandris Fantasy fleet, was transferred to Celebrity Cruises fleet, entering service in May 1990. In late 1990 Celebrity Cruises placed an order for a sister ship of the Horizon, delivered in 1992 as Zenith.

In 1997 the Chandris family sold their interests in Celebrity Cruises to Royal Caribbean International. During the same year Celebrity Cruises took delivery of the first Century class vessel, Century, that was followed by Galaxy in 1996 and Mercury in 1997. Following the delivery of the Mercury, the Meridian was sold to Singapore-based Sun Cruises. Between 2000 and 2002 Celebrity took delivery of a quartet of new ships, the gas turbine -powered and aptly named Millennium class ships Millennium, Infinity, Summit and Constellation. The Celebrity Expeditions sub-brand was launched in 2001 with the acquisition of Celebrity Xpedition, a small boutique ship offering specialized cruises around the Galápagos Islands. In 2005, the Horizon was transferred to the fleet Royal Caribbean's United Kingdom -based subsidiary Island Cruises. In the same year, the first ship of what was to be named Solstice class was ordered from Meyer Werft. By 2007, three more ships of this class were on order.

In 2006, plans were made to transfer Blue Moon and Blue Dream from the fleet of Pullmantur Cruises to Celebrity Cruises under the names of Celebrity Quest and Celebrity Journey. The ships would have joined the Celebrity Expeditions sub-brand, but in the end the decision was made to form an entirely new line, Azamara Cruises, to operate these ships in 2007. Also in 2007 the Zenith was transferred to Pullmantur Cruises 'in exchange' for the Azamara ships. Transfer of the Zenith also meant the end of Celebrity Cruises' association with Bermuda for the time being, as no ship was brought in to replace her on the cruises to Bermuda. In April 2010, The Celebrity Summit repositions yearly to New Jersey and offers cruises to Bermuda.

In 2007-2008, all of Celebrity Cruises' ships were renamed with a "Celebrity" prefix added to the pre-existing ship names. Celebrity Solstice, the first ship in the new Solstice class, was delivered to Celebrity on 24 October 2008. In May 2009 Galaxy was transferred to the fleet of TUI Cruises, a joint venture between Celebrity Cruises' owner Royal Caribbean International and TUI AG and renamed as Mein Schiff. Two more Solstice Class ships entered service - the Celebrity Equinox in 2009 and the Celebrity Eclipse in 2010.

In 2011, Celebrity Mercury was sold by Celebrity fleet to become Mein Schiff 2 for TUI Cruises. The fourth Solstice Class ship the Celebrity Silhouette entered service in 2011. The Celebrity Reflection was recently delivered in 2012. After the Solstice class ships were released, Celebrity renovated all their older ships to make them more modern, they also put features that were only in the Solstice class. Therefore, they called the renovations "Solsticising"
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Celebrity Cruises Vessels:

Vessel Name:Celbrity Silhouette
Date Completed:7/1/2011
Where Built:Germany
Cost:$750M
Flag:Malta
Gross Tonnage:122000
Length:315.00 meters
Decks:16
Passengers:2886
Crew:1500
Vessel Name:Celebrity Century
Date Completed:3/1/1995
Where Built:Germany
Cost:$320M
Flag:Malta
Gross Tonnage:71545
Length:248.00 meters
Decks:12
Passengers:1814
Crew:843
Vessel Name:Celebrity Constellation
Date Completed:5/1/2002
Where Built:France
Cost:$350M
Flag:Bahamas
Gross Tonnage:91000
Length:294.00 meters
Decks:13
Passengers:2038
Crew:999
Vessel Name:Celebrity Eclipse
Date Completed:2/1/2010
Where Built:Germany
Cost:$750M
Flag:Bahamas
Gross Tonnage:121878
Length:314.80 meters
Decks:17
Passengers:2852
Crew:1271
Vessel Name:Celebrity Equinox
Date Completed:7/1/2009
Where Built:Germany
Cost:$750M
Flag:Malta
Gross Tonnage:122000
Length:315.00 meters
Decks:19
Passengers:2850
Crew:1250
Vessel Name:Celebrity Infinity
Date Completed:3/1/2001
Where Built:France
Cost:$350M
Flag:Malta
Gross Tonnage:91000
Length:294.00 meters
Decks:12
Passengers:2170
Crew:999
Vessel Name:Celebrity Milleninum
Date Completed:6/1/2000
Where Built:France
Cost:$350M
Flag:Bahamas
Gross Tonnage:91000
Length:294.00 meters
Decks:11
Passengers:2138
Crew:920
Vessel Name:Celebrity Reflection
Date Completed:8/1/2012
Where Built:Germany
Cost:$750M
Flag:Malta
Gross Tonnage:122000
Length:319.00 meters
Decks:13
Passengers:3046
Crew:1500
Vessel Name:Celebrity Solstice
Date Completed:11/1/2008
Where Built:Germany
Cost:$650M
Flag:Bahamas
Gross Tonnage:122000
Length:314.86 meters
Decks:19
Passengers:2850
Crew:1500
Vessel Name:Celebrity Summit
Date Completed:11/1/2001
Where Built:France
Cost:$350M
Flag:Monrovia
Gross Tonnage:91000
Length:294.00 meters
Decks:11
Passengers:2450
Crew:999
Vessel Name:Celebrity Xpedition
Date Completed:1/1/2001
Where Built:Germany
Cost:$35M
Flag:Bahamas
Gross Tonnage:2329
Length:296.00 meters
Decks:6
Passengers:98
Crew:68
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