Celebrity Silhouette at Sunset
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Officers vs Cruisers Pool Volleyball
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Celebrity Silhouette

Our Ship Review
Deal Expert / Travel Blogger

Celebrity’s Solstice-class ships cemented the line as stylish, design-focused, and perfect for couples, while Silhouette, the fourth ship of five vessels in this class, added several new features. There are elegant spaces all over this 2,902-guest ship, from The Hideaway, a relaxing two-level space that’s as chic as an urban lounge, to sectionals on the pool deck and even curtained cabanas in the Solarium. In early 2020, Silhouette was also the second Solstice-class ship (after Equinox) to undergo The Celebrity Revolution, a bow-to-stern refurbishment that lightened interior décor and added cool Edge-Series amenities such as The Retreat Sundeck for suite guests.

What We Love

Craft Social: This elevated gastropub offers more than 40 boutique beer selections, an array of craft cocktails, and wines by the glass, bottle, or flight, all complemented by a menu of gourmet comfort food nibbles, such as crispy glazed chicken wings, mac & brie, and truffle fries.

The Spa Café: This café serves healthy breakfast and lunch dishes, without an extra charge. Look for mango served with mint and chili and chicken salad made with Greek yogurt. You can also pay an additional fee for smoothies loaded with fruit and yogurt.

Murano: Available on certain Solstice-class ships, including Silhouette, this elegant and romantic specialty restaurant offers an exquisite Five Senses tasting menu that pairs five courses of modern French-inspired cuisine with excellent wines (a cover charge is required).

Best Known For

The Lawn Club: It’s always fun to see nature on a ship, and the real grass here is no exception. Stretch out on the lawn to read a book in the sun, rent one of the private cabanas for a shady respite, or come back at dinnertime to sizzle up your own steaks, lamb chops, or salmon in the Lawn Club Grill restaurant.

Chic Suites: The suites in The Retreat feature fresh, contemporary décor and range from well-priced 300-square-foot Sky Suites to spacious 1,291-square-foot Penthouse Suites featuring a large veranda with a private whirlpool tub.

The Art Studio: Make your own souvenirs by signing up for painting and jewelry-making classes in the ship’s dedicated studio space.

Who It's Best For

Couples: This is one romantic cruise. From the quiet seating spaces to the musical acts set up all over the ship, the vessel seems designed to be shared as a duo.

Don't Say We Didn't Warn You

Active Kids May be Bored: While Silhouette does feature a Camp at Sea kids club and teen hangout space (with video gaming), the organized activities aren’t as exciting as on competing large ship cruise lines — and there are no waterslides or other thrill-based activities.

Sherri Eisenberg
Deal Expert / Travel Blogger