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Celebrity Cruises


The main concept of Celebrity Cruises is to offer almost deluxe cruises at more affordable prices (something impossible at first sight), but the company has turned this concept into winning formula throughout the past seven-eight years. The cruise line introduced a new generation of cruise ships, representing classic cruising, updated for contemporary life style. Royal Caribbean International acquired Celebrity Cruises in 1997, but Celebrity continues to operate as a separate brand.
One of the good cruise lines to work for, it offers competitive salaries and fairness to it's employees.


Fleet and itineraries:

Millennium: Liberia registered, built 2000, 85.000 gross tons, 2.100 passengers, 999 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean, Western Europe, Scandinavia/Russia, Trans-Atlantic, Caribbean.
 
     
Mercury: Liberia registered, built 1997, 74.000 gross tons, 1.870 passengers, 909 crew members.
Itineraries: Caribbean, Panama Canal, Alaska.
 
     
Galaxy: Liberia registered, built 1996, 77.713 gross tons, 1.870 passengers, 909 crew members.
Itineraries: Caribbean, Panama Canal, Alaska.
 
     
Century: Liberia registered, built 1995, 70.606 gross tons, 1.750 passengers, 858 crew members.
Itineraries: Eastern/Western Caribbean.
 
     
Zenith: Liberia registered, built 1992, 47.255 gross tons, 1.690 passengers, 687 crew members.
Itineraries: Caribbean, Panama Canal, Bermuda/New York.
 
     
Horizon: Liberia registered, built 1990, 47.255 gross tons, 1.660 passengers, 677 crew members.
Itineraries: Caribbean.
 
     

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