Celebrity Solstice is the star ship of the Solstice Class and was christened in November 2008. Known for her modern luxury, Solstice offers some very unique features including a real-grass deck, glassblowing studio and a 12 level high atrium as her focal point. The ship can accommodate for 2,852 passengers, 1,250 staff with a length spanning 315 metres.
Enjoy some of the finest cuisine at sea, paired with a Cellar Masters wine tasting session, view the stars at the Sky Observation Lounge, sit in awe under the astonishing chandelier in the Main Restaurant and learn the centuries old profession of Hot Glass Blowing. There is always something to do on board Solstice and plenty of relaxing activities such as the day spa treatment.
Explore the famed Opera House and drive across the Sydney Harbour Bridge right next door! Sydney is one of the highlights of the world; mixing museums, Michelin Star restaurants, galleries and beautiful beaches. The city is full of wondrous sights so you’ll certainly be kept busy for the day.Day 2-3: At Sea
Take in the beautiful sights as you cruise towards your next destination.Day 4: Bay of Islands, New Zealand
Bay of Islands is the first place in New Zealand to be settled by the Europeans. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife as dolphins and other marine life are often spotted in this area! Walk through the forest to visit caves full of glow worms, go kayaking through the mangroves or take a historical tour of Kerikeri and Waitangi.Day 5: Auckland, New Zealand
Auckland is surrounded by 48 erupted volcanic structures which are spread around the city and present some stunning views. This is also the best spot for the shop-a-holics on-board, spanning from luxury brands to open-air markets. If you’d prefer something involving nature, Auckland also has lush rain forests, coastal trails and sparkling beaches!Day 6-9: At Sea
Take in the beautiful sights as you cruise towards your next destination.Day 10: Papeete, Tahiti
Welcome to Papeete! Discover the vast array of sea life on a diving excursion, tour the island by car and take in the spectacular views, or learn about the history of Tahiti on a boat trip around the Lagoon.Day 11: Moorea, French Polynesia
Moorea is a natural paradise. Visit secluded parts of the island on a quad-bike tour, or head out into the bay to see dolphins and whales (whilst in season).Day 12: Bora Bora, French Polynesia
You have now arrived in Bora Bora! A must visit is the spectacular underwater world of the region, whether by glass-bottomed boat, snorkelling, diving or on an Aqua Safari Helmet Dive. You'll be greeted by an array of marine life, coral reefs and crystal clear water.Day 13-17: At Sea
Take in the beautiful sights as you cruise towards your next destination.Day 18: Lahaina, Maui
Explore the Big Island and the youngest volcano in the region, Mount Kilauea. You’ll be in for a show with this active volcano flowing fresh molten lava. It gives a new meaning to fireworks!Day 19: Honolulu, Oahu
Welcome to Oahu, the most populated island of Hawaii, known as ‘The Gathering Place’. There is so much to do on Oahu, from the shops, restaurant and fantastic nightlife of Waikiki, to the historical sights of Pearl Harbour and the natural wonders of the North Shore.
Prices are per person twin share in AUD, and subject to availability and currency fluctuations. Pricing is subject to change until reservation is confirmed. Surcharges may apply. Flight may not be direct or operate daily. Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change. Disruptions to cruising and itinerary may occur. All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia. Airfares are currently out of system range and are not published at this time – airfares in this package are based off 2018 pricing and scheduling. Once the airfares are released in the system within date range, your consultant will contact you in regards to pricing fluctuation if any, along with correct date and flight information.
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