I have read in different reviews about the different classes of the Celebrity ships. From what I can understand there are three. How ever other than listing which ships are in each class, I am not finding any real information. Can anyone tell me how these classes differ. Thanks and Happy Crusing!
H class are their smallest (about 47,000 tons)and oldest, Horizon and Zenith
C Class are their med. sized ships (about 77,000 tons), Century, Mercury, Galaxy
M Class are their newest and largest (about 91,000 tons), Millennium, Infinity, Summit, Constellation
The answer given above is great information. Let me add this.
The smaller ships are also a bit older and lack some of the amenities of the larger ones. No balcony rooms , No aqua spa (thelasotherapy). No multi story atrium lobbies.
They are great ships with plenty to do and offering a typical great food/ great service Celebrity experience. They also do no offer a "true" alternative restaurant other than the Lido Deck buffet.
The next class (C) are the next older ships. In many surveys folks consider these to be some of the most beautiful (especially their dining areas). These ships offer almost everything one can get on a modern ship with the exception once again of a truly separate alternative dining area. They do turn a portion of the lido deck into an informal
dining area with table service on most nights. These ships are flawlessly maintained
(as are all Celebrity ships), and as with the two smaller, you do not notice their age.
The M class ships are the newest. They offer every usual option offered on todays modern ships except for rock climbing and an ice skating rink. They have fabulous alternative dining, and are simply drop dead gorgeous in every respect.
You will get a great cruise on any of Celebrities ships.
Do I sound slightly biased? OK I am. I have sailed Zenith, Horizon, Mercury and Summit and I am doing 14 days on Summit again this September.