Celebrity Eclipse Overview

Celebrity Eclipse
Celebrity Eclipse is third ship in the Celebrity Cruises innovative Solstice Class and is scheduled for big upgrades in 2020.

Celebrity Eclipse launched in 2010 and is a breath of fresh sea air for couples seeking a sophisticated cruise experience. Thanks to its adults-only Solarium, superb restaurants, and many quiet nooks, this unique ship is the perfect setting for a romantic getaway.

With room for 2,850 passengers, This Celebrity Cruises ship is one of the largest members of Celebrity's fleet, yet it handily retains the charm of the brand's midsize flagships while adding even more activities, amenities, and entertainment. The ship features 10 restaurants, including five specialty venues, a well-stocked buffet, and a top-rated main dining room.

During the day, the action centers around the Lawn Club, Lido Deck, main pool, and the three youth activity centers. In the evening, the Promenade is the place to be. The ship's unique design links the Moonlight Sonata dining room to the Eclipse Theater using a network of bars and public spaces. Stop by The Martini Bar & Crush, or Fortunes Casino on your way to the stage for a night of live music, stand-up comedy, and world-class entertainment.

The best part? Celebrity Eclipse is receiving Revolution upgrades in April 2020 as part of Celebrity's aggressive brand-wide campaign to maintain its cutting-edge position in the industry. Refurbishment plans will focus on improving its already top-performing venues. Expect redesigned public spaces, an expanded SEA Thermal Suite, and new duty-free shopping outlets featuring boutique brands like Shinola.

Itineraries and Departure Ports

Celebrity Eclipse cruises cover most of the globe from the tropics to the frosty shores of Antarctica and the Arctic. The ship's Alaskan cruise season starts in May with 5- to 7-night cruises that run through September. In the fall, Eclipse heads to Hawaii via Vancouver or LA before slipping below the equator and rambling along the coast of Chile, Argentina, and the wild lands of Patagonia. Starting in late 2020, Eclipse will offer 12-night cruises that explore Australia, New Zealand, and the Great Barrier Reef.

Before You Book

This ship is best for: With its superb entertainment, original onboard activities, and elite dining, Celebrity Eclipse is a winner with foodies and trendsetting couples looking for something a bit different.

You should know: Eclipse caters to a slightly younger crowd who appreciates the latest trends and technology.

What is there to do on Celebrity Eclipse?

Catering to a sophisticated crowd of professionals and retirees, Celebrity Eclipse offers a unique assortment of activities ranging from glass-blowing classes to wine tastings. Demo the latest Apple products in the Celebrity iLounge. Book a hot yoga class at the Canyon Ranch Spa. Enjoy a hand-crafted cocktail at the Sunset Bar. If you're a health and fitness fanatic, Eclipse has a host of activities to help you smash your wellness goals while you see the world. The ship has things for families too. Whether you're traveling with toddlers or teens, kids 3 and older can take advantage of Fun Factory activities, sign up for sports tournaments, or chill in the arcade and XClub teen center. On Eclipse, the only challenge is deciding what to do next.

Ship Highlights

  • Main pool with four whirlpools
  • Solarium with a strict adults-only policy
  • Ten complimentary and specialty restaurants
  • Eleven bars and clubs, including the Sunset Bar
  • Eclipse Theater with Vegas-style shows
  • Lawn Club with daybed rentals and real grass
  • Sky Observation Lounge
  • Basketball court
  • Jogging track
  • Video arcade
  • XClub teen center
  • Shipmates playgroup
  • Fun Factory kids’ programs
  • Canyon Ranch Spa and Fitness
  • Duty-free shopping
  • Fortunes Casino


Cabins on Celebrity Eclipse have a 4.6 rating for their overall quality based on the comfortable layout and high percentage of balcony cabins. Averaging around 200 square feet, staterooms are almost 25 percent larger than the industry standard. Additionally, 85 percent of the ship's cabins feature private verandas. Eclipse has 66 suites, 130 AquaClass cabins, and 273 Concierge staterooms. For a budget-friendly experience, choose an interior cabin to save money while enjoying the same spacious layout as veranda rooms. Eclipse also has a limited number of oceanview cabins and handicap-accessible accommodations. As part of Celebrity's modern luxury image, rooms feature tasteful earth-tone decor, premium eXhale bedding, and spacious designs. Travelers report that both forward and aft cabins are quiet and have plenty of storage.


Celebrity Cruises is known for its fine dining, and Eclipse is no exception. Options range from the ultra-casual Mast Grill to the opulent Murano, which specializes in Nouvelle French delicacies. On the complimentary side, the Moonlight Sonata dining room and informal Oceanview Cafe offer an excellent variety of New American cuisine. For many travelers, specialty dining is an integral part of the cruise experience. Whether you're traveling as a couple or with a group, visit the Tuscan Grille, a contemporary Italian steakhouse serving Mediterranean seafood and dry-aged steaks, or reserve a table at Qsine, an avant-garde venue featuring artful animations. For a lighter meal, order a sampler at Sushi On Five or grab a sandwich from Cafe al Bacio.

Celebrity Eclipse Ship Stats

  • Price:
  • Size: L
  • Total Passengers: 2,850
  • Total Crew: 1,246
  • Passenger to Crew Ratio: 2.29
  • Built: Apr 2010
  • Refurbished: Nov 2020
  • Number of Decks: 13
  • Total Cabins: 1,426
  • Cabin Categories: 31
  • Gross Tonnage: 122,000
  • Length: 1,033
  • Beam: 121


  • Cabin / Stateroom 4.6
  • Children's Programs 3.5
  • Destinations and Excursions 4.3
  • Embarkation and Disembarkation 4.5
  • Entertainment 4.1
  • Food and Dining 4.3
  • Onboard Activities 4.1
  • Service and Staff 4.7
  • Ship Quality 4.7


1426 cabins and 31 cabin categories.

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Inside Cabin Inside
(15 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 174 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $138/night
Oceanview Cabin Oceanview
(5 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 175 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $166/night
Balcony Balcony
(164 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 221 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $189/night
Suite Cabin Suite
(15 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 575 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $447/night

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Mast Grill and Bar Mast Grill and Bar
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Cafe al Bacio and Gelateria Cafe al Bacio and Gelateria
(12 Reviews)
Tuscan Grille Tuscan Grille
(8 Reviews)
Bistro on Five Bistro on Five
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Onboard Activities

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Crush Crush
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Passport Bar Passport Bar
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Solstice Deck Solstice Deck
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The Lawn Club The Lawn Club
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Excellent Celebrity Cruise, As Usual by rowbearwilyums

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Great cruise with interesting ports. We had been to all of them but almost 40 years ago.

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California Coast Cruise by BKSCruisers

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Considering Celebrity is a premium cruise line we could not see the difference in the cruise. Food was not as good as other cruises and service was no better.

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Great Sea Voyage by twillis724

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We had a great time. We enjoyed the time at sea the best. Due to the time of year and length of the cruse (Oct-Nov) there were few children aboard. Most passengers were in their 50s to 80s. Many had issues with walking and needed cane, walkers, and scooters. The crew went out of their way to help the passengers get around the ship and help them in the buffet line or where ever it was difficult to maneuver. I commend them for being so helpful

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May 12, 2015

Try to get to lectures and theatre shows ON TIME; people wandering in and out are very distracting for performer and audience

Jan 31, 2016

Don't miss the glass blowing.

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