Celebrity Silhouette is the fourth ship in the Solstice class. It has new features such as being the first of the ships to have the Lawn Club Grill which is in place of the Corning glass blowing center featured on the previous ships in the class. Silhouette also has the Porch at the Lawn Club, verandas on the Lawn Club called The Alcoves, the Art Studio which features art and food presentation classes, and finally The Hideaway.
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Samuel Lee 70 1 Caribbean2 users found this review helpful.
This can be one of the most boring cruises one can be on. The programme consisted of activities of short duration all over the place, and nothing of great quality. The music is poor to put it...read more
Kathryn Gaume 62 4 caribbean18 users found this review helpful.
Overall, this was a wonderful cruise on the Silhouette. The food and service we found to be excellent. The room was convenient. The entertainment was superb but the seats were filled 45 minutes...read more
Humberto 47 5 Eastern caribbean7 users found this review helpful.
Boring cruise. Little activities for peoplebetween 35-50 years old. Food in main restaurant was normally fair, only a few times really good. Sometimes you get the food cold or...read more
Jim Galvin 65 11 Caribbean37 users found this review helpful.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly A review of the Celebrity Silhouette sailing of 2/10/12 The Good The crew is top notch. We did not encounter a single sullen, rude or depressing individual...read more
Kenneth Eden 63 79 Caribbean70 users found this review helpful.
The Solstice Class, the newest of the Celebrity class of ships, deserves much more attention from the general cruising public for the reasons layed out below. Consoidering they plan and...read more