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Celebrity Eclipse

Celebrity Eclipse

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Ship Specifications
Year Built: 2010 Age Restrictions: One person in each
Year Refurbished: N/A room must be 21 years old or older
Previous Name: N/A Seating Assignments: Assigned (2 seatings)
Guest Occupancy: 2,850 Assigned Dining Hours: 6:15 pm or 8:30 pm
Crew: 999 Internet Access: Yes
Tonnage: 122,000 tons Bars/Lounges: Yes
Length: 1,033 feet Spa: Yes
Beam: 121 feet Fitness Center : Yes
Cruising Speed: 24 knots Swimming Pools: Yes
Decks: N/A Hot Tubs: Yes
Ship's Registry: Bahamas Bowling Alley: No
Casino: Yes Rock Climbing Wall: No
Show Room: Yes Ice Skating Rink: No
Disco/Night Club: Yes 24-Hour Room Service: Yes
Library: Yes Hair Dryer in Room: Yes

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Overview
The keel of Celebrity Eclipse was laid on January, 23 2009. Celebrity Eclipse, launched in late-April 2010, and is the third of Celebrity Cruises' award-winning Solstice Class ships (after Celebrity Solstice and Celebrity Equinox, her sister ships). The Solstice Class ships are the largest and most feature-packed ships in the Celebrity cruise fleet.


Destinations & Itineraries
Celebrity Eclipse will be featuring cruises in the following regions (subject to change, based on the cruise line's discretion):

2012: Southern Caribbean
2013: Southern Caribbean, Europe, Mediterranean



Staterooms
For stateroom information please reference the information concerning Celebrity Eclipse's sister ship, Celebrity Solstice.


Dining
For dining information please reference the information concerning Celebrity Eclipse's sister ship, Celebrity Solstice.


Onboard Features
For information about Celebrity Eclipse's onboard features please reference the information concerning her sister ship, Celebrity Solstice.


Dress Code and Attire
Three types of clothing are recommended for a Celebrity cruise: casual shipboard attire (day wear), conservative port wear, and eveningwear.

Daywear includes the following: slacks or pants, blouses or shirts, knit tops or polo shirts. A pair of sneakers or rubber-soled shoes (for deck sports), and a swimsuit cover-up (for cool areas on the ship).

Port wear for women includes: a casual dress, skirt and blouse, or pants outfit. Port wear for men includes: casual pants or walking shorts, and polo-type shirts. Comfortable walking shoes are a must.

Eveningwear is broken up by Celebrity Cruises into two main categories, Smart Casual and Above and Formal. Celebrity Cruises classifies Smart Casual and Above as follows: For Ladies: Skirt or pants complemented by sweater or blouse. Gentlemen: Pants (no holes, rips or tears) with sports shirt or sweater. Shirts must have sleeves. T-shirts, swimsuits, robes, bare feet, tank tops, baseball caps and pool wear are not allowed in the main restaurant at any time. Shorts and flip flops are not allowed in the evening hours. Celebrity Cruises classifies Formal attire as follows: For Ladies: Cocktail dress, gown or dressy pantsuit. For Gentlemen: Tuxedo, suit or dinner jacket with slacks.

Here's a general guideline that Celebrity Cruises provides for its nightly dining types:
Cruise Length Smart Casual and Above Formal
4-Night 3 1
5-Night 4 1
6-Night 5 1
7-Night 5 2
8-Night 6 2
9-Night 7 2
10-Night 8 2
11-Night 9 2
12-Night 9 3
13-Night 10 3
14-Night 11 3
15-Night 12 3


Children Programs
Celebrity Cruises' youth program is called the X-Club. This program is available year-round and is based out of a section of the ship known as the Fun Factory. The program starts in the Fun Factory at 9 am each day during days at sea, or 30 minutes prior to arrival in port during port days. The Fun Factory closes at 10 pm each night. The X-Club is in a five-tiered age-based system as is as follows:

Todder Time (under 3 years old)
Ship MatesSM (ages 3-6)
Celebrity CadetsSM (ages 7-9)
EnsignsSM (ages 10-12)
Admiral TsSM (ages 13-17)

Children participating in X-Club events must be at least 3 years old and potty trained. However, if your child is under 3 or isn't potty trained you can accompany them to the Fun Factory to take part in activities. On the first day of the cruise there is a Open House event, so that parents can get all the information they want concerning the program. Popular features found in the Fun Factory include various crafts, games, toys, arcade games, music, karaoke, a ball pit and more. There are special teen events and explorations scheduled for the older members of the X-Club.



Tipping and Gratuities
Celebrity Cruises recommends the following gratuity guidelines (per guest, per day):
Assistance Chief Housekeeper: $0.50
Stateroom Service: $3.50
Stateroom Service (Concierge Class): $4.00
Assistant Maitre'd: $1.00
Waiter: $3.50
Assistant Waiter: $2.00
Butler (for suites only): $3.50

These gratuity rates apply to guests of all ages. Please be aware that a 15% gratuity charge will be automatically added to your bar bills. Gratuities for room service, bellboys, casino and spa staff is at your discretion.

You can pay for your gratuities by one of the following ways:
- In cash (at the end of your cruise)
- Having the cruise line add them to your SeaPass (onboard) account
- Pre-paying them (by having your travel or booking agent add them to your reservation)



Alcohol Policy
The official minimum drinking age on all Celebrity cruise ships is 21. However, on cruises departing from European, Australian and South American countries, where the legal drinking age is typically under 21, a parent that is sailing with their 18 to 20 year old son(s)/daughter(s) may sign a waiver allowing them to consume alcoholic beverages.

Guests are not allowed to bring alcoholic beverages onboard. Alcoholic beverages that are purchased in ports of call or from the onboard shops will be stored by the ship and delivered to your stateroom on the last day of sailing.



Gambling Policy
The official minimum gambling age on all Celebrity cruise ships is 18 years of age. Guests under 18 are not even allowed to be inside the casino. Proof of age is required. Some Alaskan ports require you to be 21 years of age to gamble. All gaming operations are performed in U.S. currency.


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