To begin a two-day preview of the new luxury vessel, the ceremony will take place on July 21 in Hamburg.
"We are so honored that Germany will be the first country outside of the United States or the United Kingdom to host the naming of a Solstice Class ship," Tom Feck, the general manager of Celebrity's parent company Royal Caribbean, said in a press release. "This is a clear commitment not only to the German cruise market, but also to the growing interest in the Celebrity Cruises brand, which continues to evolve and attract affluent vacationers."
Features of the new ship include the outdoor Lawn Club Grill, an interactive grilling restaurant; the Art Studio, where passengers can create various handcrafts, as well as participate in food- and drink-themed classes; and the Hideaway, a quiet spot where guests are able to relax in peace.
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