Celebrity Solstice Comes to the U.S.

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Celebrity Cruises welcomed the Celebrity Solstice in Florida Monday as the ship begins its U.S. debut. The ship includes the industry's first half-acre Lawn Club with real grass and Hot Glass Show with live glassblowing demonstrations; 10 varied restaurants; entertainment designed for the ship's state-of-the-art theater, and a breadth of accommodations, including an entirely new category, AquaClass. Amidst a series of preview cruises for invited travel agents, press and other dignitaries, Celebrity Solstice will be named in formal ceremonies November 14, and will enter service November 23 on a series of seven-night Eastern Caribbean sailings.

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