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Celebrity Constellation

Capacity
2170
Crew
1000
Tonnage
91 000
Length
964.6 ft (294 m)
First voyage
2002
Decks
12

GTS Celebrity Constellation is a Millennium-class cruise ship of Celebrity Cruises. She was originally named Constellation, but renamed in May 2007. Her three sister ships are the Celebrity Infinity, Celebrity Summit, and Celebrity Millennium.

She was built at the Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard in St. Nazaire, France. The ship is powered by a COGES power plant of gas turbines and a steam... Read more

Celebrity Constellation

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
2170
Crew: 
1000
Tonnage: 
91 000
Length: 
964.6 ft (294 m)
Beam: 
105.6 ft (32 m)
First voyage: 
2002
Decks: 
12

GTS Celebrity Constellation is a Millennium-class cruise ship of Celebrity Cruises. She was originally named Constellation, but renamed in May 2007. Her three sister ships are the Celebrity Infinity, Celebrity Summit, and Celebrity Millennium.

She was built at the Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard in St. Nazaire, France. The ship is powered by a COGES power plant of gas turbines and a steam turbine providing up to 60 megawatts for the electric systems and two 19 MW Rolls-Royce/Alstom MerMaid azimuth thrusters for propulsion. In 2007, an additional diesel engine was fitted as a fuel-saving measure. The ship can run on any combination of the gas turbines or diesel. In port, she generates electrical power from the diesel.

During the summer period the ship sails to the Mediterranean, repositioning to the Caribbean in the winter months.

Routes

Celebrity Constellation currently operates in the Mediterranean and Adriatic during the summer seasons and in the Persian Gulf during the rest of the calendar year. In October 2020, she will reposition to Tampa, Florida to cruise the Caribbean and the Panama Canal, the first time Celebrity has operated out of Tampa in 13 years.

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Attractions on Celebrity Constellation


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Spa Cafe

Average: 8 (1 vote)
With a menu that features delicious, light, health-conscious fare, the Spa Cafe is a great way to reward yourself any time of day or night.
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Canyon Ranch SpaClub®

Average: 7 (1 vote)
Canyon Ranch, one of the world's leading spa and wellness brands, has partnered with us to bring you the indulgent Canyon Ranch SpaClub aboard ten of our state-of-the-art ships. Canyon Ranch pionee...
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Fitness Center

Average: 7 (1 vote)
In our fitness center you can meet with a personal trainer, take a fitness class, try our resistance swimming pool or challenge yourself on our state-of-the-art exercise equipment.
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The San Marco Restaurant

Average: 7 (1 vote)
While the piano music softly plays, dinner companions enjoy world-class dining and the spectacular views from their table. The award-winning cuisine is always prepared from scratch with fresh ingre...

Jogging Track

Average: 6 (1 vote)
Enjoy a jog with spectacular views
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Michael's Club

Average: 5 (1 vote)
A premium, private lounge for those in Reflection, Penthouse, Signature, Royal, and Celebrity Suites, as well as for Captain’s Club Zenith members. This luxurious club features a large-screen TV, r...

Wine Cellar

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It's Celebrity's Wine Experience. Underscored with a vast wine list and one of the largest teams of Sommeliers in the world, this distinctive program offers you an enriching wine-centric experience...
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Future Cruise Vacations

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Introducing our new and improved onboard booking program—Celebrity Future Cruise Vacations. Now with richer and more flexible offers, there's no better place to book your next modern, upscale vacat...
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Mast Bar & Grill

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The perfect place to grab a quick bite, like burgers and other specialties grilled to order, while relaxing out on the Pool Deck.
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Ocean Liners Restaurant

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A bygone era comes to life in the Ocean Liners Restaurant. Reminiscent of the grand days of transatlantic cruising, Constellation's specialty restaurant boasts decor that pays homage to the Ile de ...

Latest travel blogs about Celebrity Constellation



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8 Facts You Probably Did Not Know About Celebrity Constellation


Let’s talk about Celebrity Constellation , a beautiful ship that won’t leave anyone indifferent! She is gorgeous, she is stylish, and she is incredibly luxurious! Here are the 8 facts you probably didn’t know about Celebrity Constellation! Photo by: kees torn/Wiki/CC BY-SA 2.0 1. The ship...

Let's continue our tour of Celebrity Constellation (Cruise on Celebrity Constellation. P.1)! Constellation is almost a complete copy of two other ships of Celebrity Cruises  - Millennium and Infinity (we've already traveled on them). However, there are several differences. Some of them have...
Celebrity casts itself as a premium cruise line and the main thing that makes the difference in comparison with the mass market is food. Serving of dishes, quality of food, menu, etc. So I'll start my review form food on the ship Celebrity Constellation . Let's start with a buffet -...
Our cruise was especially interesting in terms of the route we took, as we passed through a lot of different places, and even two new countries! It was our second cruise on the  Celebrity , and we enjoyed both trips. The cruise started in  Venice , and I heard that watching ships...
The program of our cruise foresaw a partial visit of the  Panama Canal . The ship climbed three locks into the Atlantic slope and out to the lake, where it was anchored, and tourists were taken further out for various excursions. Among the excursions, there was an "Expedition on the Panama...
Balboa is a city and port on the Pacific coast, at the entrance to the Panama Canal . The  Bridge of the Americas is the bridge in Balboa, at the entrance to the Panama Canal on the Pacific side. It was opened in 1962. Its overall length is 5413 feet (1650 meters). Here's the Pacific...
In my previous part of the review about the Panama Canal, we passed through the lock "Gatun" and went into lake Gatun.  Further up, we passed through the canal to the Pacific coast on a small motor vessel. We crossed the entire canal and arrived in the Pacific Ocean. Here's Gatun Lake...