Celebrity Cruises has finished refurbishing Celebrity Millennium, the first ship in the line’s fleet to undergo works as part of the $500 million Celebrity Revolution programme.
Celebrity Revolution is the company’s ever biggest fleet-wide modernisation, which will see some of the line’s older ships brought up to the standard of Celebrity Edge, which launched late last year.
Improvements on Celebrity Millennium include the addition of The Retreat, redesigned suites and staterooms, refurbished public areas including restaurants, bars, lounges, spa and casino.
“This is such an exciting moment for us as we finally get to share the new Celebrity Millennium with the world,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO, Celebrity Cruises. “She has been transformed from top to bottom. I want to share my deepest gratitude with the teams who have worked so hard to make this happen, and I can’t wait for our guests to experience this revolution in travel for themselves.”
The work, which was completed at the Sembawang Shipyard in Singapore took thousands of workers 35 days to complete.
Celebrity Summit, the next ship to be refurbished under the programme, has already gone into dry-dock in the Bahamas. Seven more ships are due to be refurbished by 2023.