January 29, 2011 by Post Team
Family Cruises, Over 20 million people have chosen a holiday cruise last year (against only 500,000 in 1970, which is roughly where the modern cruise industry began), and many of them, he was far be the first. The satisfaction rate is 90 percent good, which explains why many books and over again.
The fastest growing sector of the cruise industry is the family. Worldwide, more than two million children and adolescents per year on a cruise, and more families (including single parents) are signing up.
The price you pay includes the transport and accommodation but meals, activities, recreation (including children’s clubs, arcades, water slides, sports facilities and cinemas) and the services of those who lead them, this makes budgeting easier holiday. Some cruise lines (MSC Cruises, for example) offer free places for children or given a significant discount for a third and fourth person in a cabin.
Celebrity Cruises Solstice-class family, will make history this summer when he was officially appointed in Hamburg, Germany. When it comes to motor vehicles and cruise ships, “Made in Germany” is often the mark of high quality, innovative design and precision. Celebrity Cruises’ award-winning Solstice class vessels are no exception, and their German heritage comes full circle with the German version of Celebrity Silhouette official naming festivities, with all their pomp and circumstance.
Built at the shipyard Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, 2886-guest Celebrity Silhouette will be presented to the world July 21, 2011, with formal ceremonies christening a cruise that will begin two-night preview for invited travel agents, press and other dignitaries. Silhouette Celebrity Solstice is the fourth ship of the class in a series of five built in the sixth generation, family-owned German site renowned for its commitment to excellence, and the first of its kind to be officially named in Germany.
“We are honored that Germany will be the first country outside the U.S. or the UK to welcome the appointment of a ship of the Solstice class,” said Tom Fecke, Managing Director, RCL Cruises Ltd., Germany. “This is a clear commitment, not only for the German cruise market, but also to the growing interest of the Celebrity Cruises brand, which continues to evolve and attract affluent vacationers. Hamburg, with its strong tradition of cruising and appeal, provides an ideal, and we are very excited to celebrate the launch of this stunningly beautiful new ship. ”
Vacationers looking to experience Celebrity Silhouette can book its inaugural cruise July 23, a cruise of seven nights in Rome. After a preview cruise Rome focused on two nights for invited members of the travel industry and media, the ship will introduce a series of 12 – and 13-night Holy Land sailings roundtrip from Rome. Beginning this November, Celebrity Silhouette will be the first ship of the class to present Solstice cruises from Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey, bringing the award-winning style of the Solstice class and design to the largest region New York.
The new sites which will debut on Celebrity Silhouette will highlight some of the most compelling features of the premium brand offering unique experiences based on the culinary arts, ways to relax and enjoy an elegant setting at sea, and engaging, enriching onboard activities.
The Lawn Club Grill, first outdoors industry, grill restaurant Interactive
The porch, offering breakfast fast, simple, casual and free meals in a context of views of the lawn and the sea
The Art Studio, a space in the Club lawn where you can participate in intimate, hands-on instruction by experts in drawing, painting and pearls, and the art of food, with plating, tasting, preparing ccktails and other cooking classes on the topic
Alcoves, a private retreat overlooking the lawn, the ocean and coasts, featuring eight exclusive cabana-style settings, each designed for two to four guests
The Hideaway, a high-tech, avant-garde place treehouse-like for vacationers to relax with their iPads Apple or maybe read a good book in the cozy, intimate lounging “nests”
In addition to innovative places and new experiences, Silhouette Celebrity Solstice will offer symbolic class attributes, including:
Uniquely unordinary “Qsine,” the first restaurant sea have a list of menu and wine on a iPad ®, and an engaging dining experience food as theater
Ten restaurants unsurpassed – in addition to “The Lawn Club Grill” and “La Veranda”
Modern, stylish interiors designed by some of the world’s top architects and designers, including Adam Tihany
One of the world’s largest permanent collections of original contemporary art and the industry first self-guided art to be presented on an iPad ®
High-level entertainment, including custom air shows production and live music
Celebrity Cruises “iconic” X “is the brand’s top-rated cruise line world of luxury, with spacious rooms, elegant interiors, fine dining experiences elevated to an art, personalized service, with a rate of guest-to-staff of nearly 2:01; unexpectedly futuristic onboard activities, all designed to offer an unparalleled experience for vacationers of precious time. Celebrity sails in Alaska, Australia / New Zealand, Bermuda, California, Canada / New England, the Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, the Pacific Coast, Panama Canal, South America, and throughout the year in the islands Galapagos.L one of the lines of the fastest growing Cruise, Celebrity’s fleet currently comprises 10 vessels, with two other Solstice class ships should join the fleet: Celebrity Silhouette in July 2011, and Celebrity reflection at the fall of 2012.
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