Celebrity Cruises announced the name of its fifth ship in the Solstice Class. The new vessel, under construction at Meyer Werft, Germany, will be delivered in November 2012 and will round out the US$ 3.7-billion class.
Joining CELEBRITY SOLSTICE, CELEBRITY EQUINOX, CELEBRITY ECLIPSE and the soon to be delivered CELEBRITY SILHOUETTE will be the recently named CELEBRITY REFLECTION.
CELEBRITY REFLECTION will host some new features, along with many of the hallmarks found on some or all of her sister ships, including:
“The hip “Celebrity iLounge” that made Celebrity Cruises the industry’s first Authorized Apple Reseller.
Uniquely unordinary “Qsine,” the first seagoing restaurant to feature a menu and wine list on an iPad®, and an engaging food-as-theater dining experience.
Celebrity’s iconic half-acre Lawn Club, with real, growing grass.
Ten unrivaled dining venues, including Qsine.
Modern, stylish interiors designed by some of the world’s best architects and designers.
Hip, cool nightclubs and lounges, including CellarMasters, complete with the industry’s first installation of the innovative Enomatic by-the-glass wine serving system.
One of the broadest and best wine offerings in the industry, served by one of the world’s largest staffs of certified sommeliers.
One of the world’s largest permanent collections of original contemporary art and the industry’s first self-guided art tours to be presented on an iPad®.
Widely varied entertainment, including custom aerial production shows and live music.
The extensive array of entertaining and enriching onboard programming offered through “Celebrity Life,” including instruction on the latest iPods®, MacBooks® and iLife® classes; language learning through Rosetta Stone®; comparative wine tastings with Riedel Crystal, and enrichment presentations with Smithsonian Journeys.”
MARTIN COX - Founder and publisher of MaritimeMatters, inspired by maritime culture and technology growing up in the port of Southampton. He works as a photographer in Los Angeles, and his works has been exhibited in LA, San Francisco, New York, London and Iceland. Martin is the co-writer of the book “Hollywood to Honolulu; the story of the Los Angeles Steamship Company” published by the Steam Ship Historical Society of America. The Los Angeles Maritime Museum has commissioned artworks and collected his photographs.