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DRY DOCKING: Celebrity Summit refit

Celebrity Cruises’ Celebrity Summit (2001/90,280gt) is to be installed with many of the popular features of Celebrity Cruises’ newer Solstice class ships during a drydocking at Grand Bahama Shipyard, Freeport, in January 2012, a month after sistership Celebrity Infinity (2001/90,228gt) is also ‘Solsticized’. The major change will be the addition of Aqua Class staterooms and two exclusive restaurants, Blu and Qsine.

Several new outside and inside cabins will be constructed, the internet cafe will be upgraded to become an ‘iLounge’ and several other popular features will include the ice-topped Martini Bar called Crush, the Bistro on Five creperie, Cafe al Bacio and Gelateria and Cellarmasters wine bar. New verandahs will be added to the Celebrity Suites’ and soft furnishings and carpeting in all suites, staterooms and corridors will be replaced.

Celebrity Summit is currently operating from Cape Liberty Port, Bayonne, New Jersey on weekly sailings to Bermuda. In the autumn she sails on “Fall Foliage” cruises to Canada and New England.

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