Celebrity Silhouette Cruise Ship Tour – Celebrity Cruise Line Tour


Unveiled in July 2011, the 2,886 passenger Celebrity Silhouette is the fourth of five “Solstice Class” ships that Celebrity Cruises began rolling out in 2008. Like three earlier sisters — the Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Eclipse and Celebrity Equinox — the Celebrity Silhouette is 13 decks high and measures 122,000 gross-register tons. The Solstice Class ships are the biggest ever at the line. The vast majority of Celebrity Silhouette’s 1,443 cabins (85%) come with balconies. Like its sister ships in the Solstice Class series, the Celebrity Silhouette was built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Here, a shot of the vessel as it left the shipyard via the narrow Ems River. The main pool deck of the Celebrity Silhouette has a stylish, South Beach Miami vibe. Another view of the main pool deck, which has two pools and four hot tubs. Lounge chairs around the main pool of the Celebrity Silhouette are topped with cushions — an extra touch not found on many mass-market ships. The Pool Bar, near the main pools. Like previous Solstice Class ships, the Celebrity Silhouette is home to a outdoor “Lawn Club” area with live grass. New on Celebrity Solstice are eight private Lawn Club cabanas that can be rented for $149 on sea days ($99 on port days). Also new on Celebrity Solstice is the outdoor Lawn Club Grill, a $30 a-person nighttime restaurant located on the Lawn Club deck. Passengers have the option of grilling their own meats at the eatery, or having a chef do the grilling for them. Another new venue located at the Lawn Club is The Porch, a casual eatery serving paninis and soups at an extra charge. Located near the Lawn Club is the Sunset Bar, which overlooks the back of the ship. Another pool area of the ship is the indoor Solarium, located near the ship’s spa. The Solarium offers plush orange chairs. The Solarium is home to a small snack area. Located at the very top of the ship, the Solstice Deck offers additional space for outdoor lounging. Another decktop feature of the Celebrity Solstice is a basketball court. The Grand Foyer serves as a hub for the ship’s interior public areas. Just off the Grand Foyer is the Foyer Bar. Located at the top front of the ship, the Sky Observation Lounge offers broad views of the ocean. A sitting area in the Sky Observation Lounge. The ship’s 1,115 seat Silhouette Theater is home to large-scale theater productions and other acts. The ship’s nightclub, Quasar. In addition a Michael Kors store, the Celebrity Silhouette is home to a number of other brand-selling shops and has the first Bulgari store at sea. A close up of the interior of one of the shops. The ship’s Fortunes Casino. Like other Solstice Class ships, the Celebrity Silhouette offers a Martini Bar with an ice-covered bar area. Dubbed Cellar Masters, this venue is equipped with an Enomatic wine system that allows passengers to serve themselves from an array of (extra-charge) wines. The ship’s two-story main dining room, the Grand Cuvee, can seat 1,428 at a time. A table in the Grand Cuvee Dining Room. Located near the center of the ship, Cafe al Bacio is a European-style coffee bar serving espresso drinks and pastries for an extra charge. At one end of Cafe al Bacio is a Gelateria serving gelato and Italian ice for an extra charge. Like other Celebrity ships, Celebrity Silhouette has a creperie called Bistro on Five. A close-up of the crepe cooking area at Bistro on Five. Another lounge area called the Ensemble Lounge. A tradition on Celebrity ships, the Michael’s Club bar has been augmented on Celebrity Silhouette with the addition of more than 50 craft and international beers. The Celebrity Silhouette has a number of extra-charge specialty restaurants in addition to a main Grand Cuvee Dining Room. Here, the 76-seat Murano restaurant, which serves a blend of classic and modern Continental cuisine. Personally designed by Celebrity’s head chef, Jacques Van Staden, the 72-seat Qsine eatery offers what the line calls a “food-as-theater” experience. The 130-seat restaurant Blu is exclusive to passengers in AquaClass spa cabins and serves health-focused cuisine. The ship’s main buffet, called the OceanView Cafe, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A view of the main food-station area at the Oceanview Cafe. Among the most spacious cabins on the Celebrity Silhouette are its eight Royal Suites, which measure 590 square feet. Each of the Royal Suites comes with a dining and bar area for in-room entertainment. A close-up of part of the living area in a Royal Suite. Each of the Royal Suites comes with a balcony big enough for a whirlpool tub and plush lounge chairs. The sink area in a Royal Suite bathroom. Smaller than Royal Suites but still grand are the ship’s 12 Celebrity Suites, which measure 394 square feet. Celebrity Suites boast large walk-in closets among other amenities. A seating area in a Celebrity Suite. Celebrity Suites feature 105-square-foot balconies that feature plush outdoor furniture. A close-up of a Celebrity Suite bathroom. Like its sister Solstice Class ships, the Celebrity Silhouette features AquaClass spa cabins that come with unlimited access to the ship’s AquaSpa relation room and Persian Garden. The 130 AquaClass cabins also come with Frette robe and slippers; expanded personal care products including a spa kit; complimentary bottled water; and access to a Spa Concierge. A close-up view of an AquaClass cabin bathroom. AquaClass cabin bathrooms feature Hansgrohe fixtures that include large showerheads. Slightly smaller than Celebrity Suites are the ship’s 44 Sky Suites, which measure 300 square feet. A desk area in a Sky Suite. The balcony area of a Sky Suite. A Sky Suite bathroom. The Celebrity Silhouette also offers four Family suites that measure 575 square feet. Among the bedding options in Family Suites are bunkbeds, as shown here. The four family suites come with balconies that range from 53 to 106 square feet. A seating area in a Family suite. The most common category of cabin on the Celebrity Silhouette are its Deluxe Ocean View balcony cabins, of which there are 723. Deluxe Ocean View cabins measure 192 square feet, not including a 53-square-foot balcony. The balcony area of a Deluxe Ocean View cabin. A Deluxe Ocean View cabin bathroom. A number of balcony cabins on the ship come with bathrooms equipped for wheelchair access. A shower area in a balcony-cabin bathroom equipped for wheelchair access. Celebrity Silhouette cabins feature electric outlets for both U.S. and European plugs. Like its Solstice Class sisters, the Celebrity Silhouette is home to a two-deck AquaSpa. A treatment room in the AquaSpa. A couples treatment room in the AquaSpa. The Persian Garden in the AquaSpa offers heated tiled-lounge chairs for relaxing. The relaxation lounge in the AquaSpa is open to AquaClass cabin passengers and passengers signed up for treatments. A retail shop in the AquaSpa. The AquaSpa also boasts a full hair and nail salon. The Celebrity Silhouette’s fitness center, located at the AquaSpa. Another view of the fitness center. Celebrity Silhouette has an Apple-branded iLounge that doubles as an internet cafe and retail area. The Celebrity Silhouette’s two-story library. Located high on the ship, the XClub is a stylish lounge for teens. A seating area in the XClub lounge for teens. Designed for younger children, the FunFactory includes multiple play stations. The ship’s video arcade. Photos on sale in the ship’s photo gallery. The ship’s art gallery. The Mast Grill, at the top of the ship, serves burgers and other casual fare.

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