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Celebrity Cruises History

Founded in 1989 by the Chandris Group, Celebrity ships – stacks have a big X logo to go with a tagline of "a true departure" -- exemplify classic, elegant cruising updated to current lifestyles. Since 1997, Celebrity ships have sailed as the premium brand under the Royal Caribbean International umbrella, continuing to exceed expectations with spacious staterooms and suites, grand style, attentive service and exceptional cuisine. Celebrity identifies potential guests as buyers well informed about products and services, who regard quality and value as essential for vacation choices. In 2004, Celebrity sails to Alaska and California, Bermuda, Europe and the Caribbean, and among major brands, its nine-ship fleet continues as the youngest afloat. Domestically, Celebrity’s 2004 schedule includes departures from 11 U.S. cities, from Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville and Tampa in Florida to New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Norfolk on the east coast, heading west to Galveston, Texas, San Diego and San Francisco, California, and Seattle Washington, ensuring that a ship with an X logo awaits within driving distance from just about anywhere.

Fast Facts

Year entering service: 1995
Registry: The Bahamas
Tonnage (GRT): 70,606
Capacity: 1,750
Officer Nationality: Greek, International
Cruise / Hotel Staff Nationality: Greek, International
Destinations: Eastern Caribbean, Southern Caribbean, Western Caribbean

About Gratuities
Per person, per day gratuities suggested by Celebrity for the waiter ($3.50), stateroom attendant ($3.50), and butler in suites ($3.50), for the waiter’s assistant ($2), and the Maitre d' (75 cents).

Disabled Access
Millennium has 26 wheelchair-accessible staterooms in various categories, including several suites. Public areas are wheelchair accessible.

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