Photo Tour: The Charm Of A Celebrity Cruises Ship

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It is cleverly configured around an X-shaped passage that is another tribute to Celebritys Chandris family roots. X is the symbol for the Greek letter chi and is also the Celebrity Cruises logo. Peter Knego Fullscreen Celebrity Cruises is known for its spectacular main-dining venues and the Celebrity Centurys Grand Restaurant is no exception. Designed by Birch Coffey, it features a sweeping grand staircase, bronze-capped nickel pillars and a Deck 6 balcony lined with Art Deco-brass balustrades. Peter Knego A long gallery of seating with a view of the sea spans the starboard portion of the Deck 5 level of the Grand Foyer. Peter Knego From the reception desk at its base, there is an impressive view of the Grand Foyers staircase and fiber-optic skylight. Peter Knego Installed in 2006, the Murano specialty restaurant is located off the port side of the Deck 5 foyer. It seats 66 and features two alcoves as well as a long gallery with picture-window views of the sea. Peter Knego Fullscreen Murano table settings include fine china, linen napkins rolled in silver rings, Riedel stemware and silver-plate cutlery. The menu features French and Continental specialties and an optional four-course Gastronomic and Vineyard Tour pairing for $89 per person or a traditional menu with a cover charge of $40 per person. Peter Knego Fullscreen Meals in Murano begin with an amuse bouche, such as this beautifully-presented bite of ahi tuna. Appetizers include foie gras, sweetbread, escargots, scallops and a delicious goat-cheese souffle. Soups and salads include lobster bisque, phyllo with Anjou pear and Roquefort, heirloom tomatoes, wild mushroom cappuccino, mixed greens and spinach with frisee salad. Peter Knego Fullscreen Entrees include Dover sole, lobster tail, filet mignon, French turbot, shellfish and saffron risotto, a surf-and-turf lobster and steak duet, venison, lamb, duck breast and a seafood casserole. Desserts feature fresh sorbets and ice creams, a quartet of apple sweets, chocolate souffle, and (shown) a crepe ballon rouge that is prepared tableside. Peter Knego Fullscreen The lower level of the Grand Restaurant is located in the far aft portion of Deck 5. Open seating breakfast and lunch are served here along with two dinner seatings (6:00 and 8:30) in the lower level and Celebrity Select open-seating dining between 6:30 and 9:00 in the balcony (advance reservations recommended). Peter Knego Cuisine in the Grand Restaurant is beautifully presented and includes a menu of anytime favorites as well as an evolving selection of courses each night. This is a baked beet, goat cheese, endive and tomato salad. Peter Knego Mouth-watering appetizers include this delicious tart with basil-infused feta, greens and a balsamic reduction. Peter Knego The entrees consist of a wide selection of meats, poultry, fish and a vegetarian choice. Here is a delicious herb-crusted merluzza with a tomato rice timbale, roasted zucchini and ratatouille vinaigrette. Peter Knego The entrees consist of a wide selection of meats, poultry, fish and a vegetarian choice. Here is a delicious herb-crusted merluzza with a tomato rice timbale, roasted zucchini and ratatouille vinaigrette. Peter Knego In addition to the Teen Center on Deck 12, the Celebrity Century has a fully-equipped playroom called the Fun Factory on aft Deck 4. Peter Knego At the top tier of the Celebrity Centurys accommodation, there are two 1,101-square-foot Penthouse Suites with a spacious living room that has its own entertainment center and a dining room with a wet bar. Peter Knego Penthouse Suites also feature a large bedroom with a king bed and a second entertainment center. Peter Knego Marble bathrooms in Penthouse Suites have a full tub with whirlpool jets, a separate shower and twin sinks. Peter Knego Penthouse Suites also have a walk-in closet and copious amounts of storage space. Peter Knego There is a small marble powder room near the entryway for Penthouse Suite visitors. Peter Knego Penthouse Suite balconies have plenty of space for deck chairs, al fresco dining and a second tub with whirlpool jets. Peter Knego Eight Royal Suites measure 537 square feet and feature comfortable living rooms with an entertainment center. Peter Knego Royal Suites also have a small dining area adjacent to the living room. Peter Knego Royal Suite bedrooms feature a second entertainment center and generous amounts of storage space. Peter Knego Royal Suites have marble bathrooms with whirlpool jet tub/showers and twin sinks. Peter Knego Royal Suite balconies have a dining area and lounge-chair seating. Peter Knego Fifty-six Sky Suites measure 246 square feet and feature a sitting area with sofabed and television with VCR. Peter Knego Sky Suite bathrooms are marble and feature a tub/shower combination with a large sink. Peter Knego Sky Suite balconies have a lounge chair in addition to a small dining table and chairs. Peter Knego Of the eight wheelchair-access staterooms on board the Celebrity Century, two are modified Sky Suites with wide doorways and a turning area. Peter Knego Wheelchair-access bathrooms have a 39.4-inch wide doorway and wheelchair-accessible showers. Peter Knego Wheelchair-access Sky Suites have even larger balconies with specially-fitted wheelchair ramps over the door sills. Peter Knego Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms are generally identical in layout but Cabin 1209 on aft/port Deck 12 is an unusual exception with its separate entryway and bedroom. Peter Knego Fullscreen Deluxe Oceanview With Veranda Staterooms measure 170 square feet and can be configured in a twin or queen set-up.

Celebrity Cruises’ 71,545-ton Celebrity Century is by today’s standards a mid-sized classic but when introduced in 1995 as the Century, it was one of the world’s largest, most technically-advanced cruise ships.

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Celebrity Names You’re Definitely Spelling Wrong

Busy Philipps Gali-fia-nakis (Bonus: sounds like Gali-fi-nakis). Dan Aykroyd Not to be confused with Nicole. Jef Holm One F is enough, thanks. Courteney Cox I’ll have a cougar with a side of E. Avril Lavigne Man-ga-niello (Bonus: sounds like Man-gi-nello). Kristin Cavallari A lot of alliteration with this one. Arnold Schwarzenegger Remember Busy Philipps? Ryan sees her L, then raises her one. Barbra Streisand Don’t forget the E, though it’s pronounced just like Lord. Nicolas Cage Double the X, double the fun. Amanda Seyfried Qu-ven-zhane (Bonus: sounds like Kwa-van-je-nay).