Celebrity Cruises for Families

Celebrity cruises for families offer a wide range of amenities that are kid-friendly. These amenities include different youth programs, flexible dining times and sizeable and sprawling grass lawns that all members of the family can enjoy. On board Celebrity ships, family members, from the youngest to the oldest, are accorded personalized service by the ships’ experienced and cordial crew members that are ever ready to take care of their needs.

Celebrity Cruises is the sister company of the Royal Caribbean. It has 10 cruise ships that range from the small to large. The older ships are smaller, but since 2008, the cruise company came out with big ships that can carry as much as 2,850 guests...

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Oceania Cruises – Marina Cruise Ship Review

Marina Cruise Ship

One of the latest additions to the luxurious cruise fleet of Oceania Cruises is Marina. Together with its sister ship Riviera which made a debut in April 2012, Marina is considered the most stylish, gorgeous and sophisticated ship that was launched in the last 50 years. Marina is a real designer’s showcase of the finest and most elegant residential furnishings and designs. The magnificent and impressive Lalique Grand Staircase, the scintillating crystal chandelier at the center of the Grand Dining Room and the fabulously designed Owner’s Suite characterize the unique stateliness and elegance of the decorating theme that is carried out all throughout the ship.

Marina is a medium – sized ship, only 782 feet in length and 105 feet wide with 629 guest staterooms and suites...

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Quantum of the Seas – The World’s First Smart Ship

Quantum of the Seas

Last Wednesday Royal Caribbean unveiled its latest addition from a brand new Quantum class of cruise ships – Quantum of the Seas. This cruise ship has it all: virtual balconies, wristbands with radio frequency ID to enable customers to pay without physical form of money and the last but not least…. therobotic bartenders! Quantum of the Seas has been already named as the first smart ship in the world.

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Quantum of the Seas Data:
1,141ft in Length – Which equals 41 buses
136ft in Width
Cruising speed: 22 knots – 25mph
Gross tonnage: 167,800
Capacity: 4,180 to 4,905
Crew number: 1,500
Cabins number: 2,090
Port of Call: Port Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey.

Photo by Glyn Lowe Photoworks.

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