Celebrity Constellation


Constellation ship first cruise was on May 12, 2002, original name “GTS Constellation”, nickname “Connie”.

Constellation ship is the fourth and last of the line’s Millennium-class series. Her sister vessels are Infinity, Millennium, Summit. She got the Condé Nast’s readers award for “2007 best large cruise ship”.

Constellation includes an amazing (for a major liner) 2-to-1 guests-to-crew ratio. In 2010, she was the first planned for a dry-dock restoration as part of an initiative for “Solsticizing” all Millennium ships. This ship attracts mostly upper middle-class guests, the majority well-traveled and experienced, predominantly North Americans and Europeans (UK, additionally numerous from Germany and France) and for the most part couples in the 40 to 70 age range, however everything relies on upon season, destination and itinerary.

Celebrity Cruises Constellation was the first of her class to receive a restoration in May 2010. It cost was over $40 million

The Celebrity Constellation was renewed in 2012. With the last renovation was made more similar to the Solstice Class ships

The Celebrity Constellation was renewed in 2012. This gem belongs to the Millennium class, launched in 2000, a line that offered a new and spacious design. With the last renovation was made more similar to the Solstice Class ships (the last line developed by Celebrity Cruises brand), giving it a more cosmopolitan and modern character. Now boasts a look spectacular and innovative environments.

You’ll feel pampered and transformed from the moment you enter the immense Grand Foyer, or savor a fabulous steak in the sophisticated Tuscan Grille, or you can sip your favorite vodka at the trendy Martini Bar. The senses will be intoxicated in the greenhouse with the scent of magnolia, a beautiful garden that is home to the exclusive collection of Emilio Robba, a famous floral designers worldwide.

Most cabins have ocean views, 74% of which have private balconies. The sumptuous suites and rooms offer a sophisticated new decor and flat-screen TV, while maintaining unparalleled and attentive level of service. The ship is equipped with a spa area and fitness, the ‘AquaSpa and Fitness Center. An excellent vessel for the depth of experience significantly increased.

Chantiers de l'Atlantique
Languages spoken
Currency used
Crew/Pax Ratio
1 : 2.04
Length 294.00 m Beam 32.20 m Tons 90,280 gt Decks 11 Cabins 1085

Car Transfer

Directly under the ship


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