Hit the wa­ter

WITH CRUISE HOL­I­DAYS WELL AND TRULY BACK IN FASH­ION, WE TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF THE OP­TIONS AVAIL­ABLE TO MID­DLE EAST­ERN TRAV­ELLERS

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The Sol­stice Class of­fers larger, more in­tu­itive state­rooms. The new ships present fewer in­side state­rooms than other ships, with 85 per cent of state­rooms com­ing with ve­ran­das. The suite cat­e­gories, mean­while, are ex­clu­sive and in­dul­gent—celebrity claims to be the only pre­mium cruise line to of­fer suite guests a per­sonal but­ler, pri­vate res­tau­rant and ex­clu­sive lounge.

And, nat­u­rally, some of the en­ter­tain­ment op­tions on­board hark back to the golden age of cruise hol­i­days. The en­ter­tain­ment be­gins on the main stage with pro­duc­tions that blend dance, com­edy, mu­si­cal the­atre and con­cert-style per­for­mances. Guests get to see a dif­fer­ent show every day through­out the cruise.

In terms of other ac­tiv­i­ties, Celebrity says that its Sol­stice Class fea­tures the in­dus­try's first "Lawn Club"—an out­door, coun­try club-like venue fea­tur­ing a lawn of real, grow­ing grass where guests can prac­tice their putting, play lawn games like cro­quet and lawn bowl­ing, or sim­ply re­lax un­der the sun and stars. Mean­while, there are other

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