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Would You Feel Like A Celebrity?
It may sound like a cruise ship for celebrities, however Celebrity CruisesCelebrity Solstice goes a long way to making guests feel like celebrities with unsurpassed luxury and The Solstice Experience.
At 315 metres long and with 19 decks, Celebrity Solstice carries 2,852 passengers and 1,250 crew, providing a passenger to crew ratio of 2.28:1. Claiming the first Lawn Club at sea and the first Hot Glass Show, Celebrity Solstice demonstrates passion for outstanding cuisine, luxurious staterooms and speciality restaurants as only part of the charm.
Dining on Celebrity Solstice will have guests choosing from nine restaurants, each with their speciality. Those wanting something a little less formal can choose from the Oceanview Cafe, AquaSpa Cafe or Tuscan Grill or maybe guests would like the Silk Harvest for a selection of delicacies from the far east or Murano which provides luxury without pretence.
Daytime entertainment for guests is divided into four categories. Guests can choose from culinary, enrichment, wellness and trivia and games. For those choosing culinary, there is a range of galley tours, cooking and cocktail-making demonstrations and a wine blending class.
At night live music is available, from guitar and vocals or jazz or DJ spinning dance music. Feature films are shown most nights and events like game shows and bingo are also hosted. Bars and lounges are not in short supply with 11 to find around the ship. Why not try them all? Of course, those guests looking for pampering are also catered for with the Canyon Ranch SpaClub providing a range of services.
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Guests are comfortably accommodated in staterooms and suites ranging from Edge, Ocean View, Inside and Veranda Staterooms to the very spacious Inconic, Royal, Penthouse, Celebrity, Signature and Sky Suite.
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Celebrity Solstice is perfect for those with limited mobility with accessible staterooms and boarding assistance and is accredited as an Autism Friendly Cruise Line with Autism Friendly Certification with Autism on the Seas.
Viewers will have two opportunities to see Celebrity Solstice at the Outer Harbour Passenger Terminal, Lady Ruthven Drive, North Haven. On Thursday 1 March 2018, Celebrity Solstice will arrive at 6.30 am during her Australia and New Zealand Cruise and depart at 6 pm.
Why not start your long weekend by viewing Celebrity Solstice as she once again visits Adelaide on Friday 9 March 2018. Taking her Australia and New Zealand Cruise in reverse order, she will arrive at 6.30 am and depart at 5 pm.
Travel to the Outer Harbour by train or car. Please see Adelaide Metro for further information.
Please Note: This is a viewing only event, and no access is available onboard.