Set sail on Celebrity Silhouette® and discover amazing enhancements at every turn. You’ll relax in transformed staterooms that are so gorgeous, you may never want to leave your room. Gather for a toast at the newly reimagined Passport Bar or the new Craft Social Bar, a cool and casual spot. Shop in exciting new boutiques featuring the hottest designers. And, The Spa on Silhouette is taking rejuvenation to new heights with new spa treatment rooms, new flooring throughout, and much more.
Reservations and Travel Tips
You may request a reservation form from Altair Travel or register online here. In order to feel safe and secure when you travel, travel insurance is highly recommended for CUC Cruises and is included in the required deposit. Details on complete insurance coverage will be mailed with your documents.
Prices do not include airfare, taxes or insurance and are based on double occupancy. Single, triple and quad cabins are based on availability. To inquire about these cabin rates or for pre- or post-cruise hotel accommodations, call Jill Donati at Altair Travel And Cruises at 800-880-0055 or you may email her at email@example.com.
As portions of the trip involve visits to foreign ports, please make sure you bring a valid passport. U.S. & Canadian citizens MUST carry a valid passport with a validity date of 6 months beyond travel date.
The average daytime temperature in Iceland in July is 55°F, but it can reach up to 68°F. While not exactly tropical, the mild weather and abundant daylight allow you to make the most out of the Icelandic summer. The weather in July in Ireland and Scotland is warm in July usually, with high temperatures around the mid-60s.
The airy Main Restaurant offers exquisite menu selections, which change nightly to give you a variety of classic and contemporary choices. And the service? Legendary.
Ensemble Lounge is the ideal setting for an aperitif en route to an extraordinary dining experience, or a digestif afterward.
The Lawn Club
Who said grass can’t be on a ship? Enjoy a friendly pick-up game of leisure sports like Croquet, Bocce, golf putting, Blongo or Baggo.
Going to Iceland, it's the power of Icelandic nature to turn the prosaic into the extraordinary. A dip in a pool becomes a soak in a geothermal lagoon; a casual stroll can transform into a trek across a glittering glacier; and a quiet night of camping may mean front-row seats to the aurora borealis’ curtains of light, or the soft, pinkish hue of the midnight sun. Ireland is a soul-stirring experience, from rugged green hills, dramatic coastline and good-natured locals, to moving folk music, flowing Guinness and Viking legacies. So, let's set sail and enjoy the beautiful locations like the ones below...
Cork (Cobh), Ireland
Affectionately referred to as ‘The real capital of Ireland’, Cork is a musical and resilient place where tradition and modernity often meld; where live music and local pride are the order of the day. The seaside town of Cobh is located on the south coast of Ireland in County Cork and is considered one of the world’s most noteworthy, natural harbors. You’ll easily find yourself downing a pint of stout in a cozy pub or enjoying hearty Irish favorites at a corner bistro on your Cork cruise.
The largest town in the capital of the Orkney Islands, Kirkwall is the center of Orkney in more ways than one. Almost all roads linking the east and west pass through town; it is also the port that provides inter-island ferry links to almost all the northern isles. In addition, it is considered one of the most charming and well preserved small towns in Scotland, rich in scenic beauty , history and medieval architecture.
Iceland's capital and largest city is located on the country's southwest coast at the head of Faxafloi Bay. Settled in 877 A.D., Reykjavik has grown into an important seaport and center of government and education with theatres, museums and observatories. Interestingly, this modern city still chooses to use water from nearby hot springs to heat all of its buildings.