Three main shows are performed in the Solstice Theater: “Solstice” (a European-influenced Cirque act that revolves around a celestial celebration), “Ghost Light” (featuring Broadway favorites) and “Pulse” (rhythmic vocal and dance performances).
The Solstice-class ships include the 2009-built Celebrity Equinox, the 2010-built Celebrity Eclipse, the 2011-built Celebrity Silhouette and the 2012-built Celebrity Reflection.
Lawn Club Deck starts again aft of the pool area with this view overlooking the open-air midships lido area.
Located on the Vista Deck (8) Atrium balcony, Team Earth is dedicated to celebrating the value of marine life around the world.
Interactive displays highlight endangered species and offer insight toward their preservation.
The 122,000-gross-ton, 2,850-passenger Celebrity Solstice was the first in a series of five extraordinary, futuristic and cutting-edge cruise ships built for Royal Caribbean’s premium market Celebrity Cruises division.
The Solstice’s trendsetting and unique profile was designed by Martin Francis of Francis Design, a renowned architect of sailing and motor yachts.
In every space, including the stairtowers and passageways, the Solstice boasts an impressive collection of cutting-edge art.
Curated by International Corporate Art (ICArt), the ship has 4,750 pieces of original art worth million.
It was designed by the RCI Newbuild team with the support of Conservation International.