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Newest superliner coming to Oz

Celebrity Solstice.
Celebrity Solstice. Supplied

THE newest superliner to be based in Australasia is arriving in Australia next summer.

The 122,000 tonne Celebrity Solstice can carry 2850 passengers and has 10 restaurants, cafés, grills and specialty dining venues, nine bars and lounges, a country club-style lawn club and patio with live grass, a hot glass blowing studio, theatre, several pools, a solarium, library, casino, art gallery, and a Youth Fun Factory and Youth X Club.

Book through Cruiseco by February 29* for any of 10/11 to 35 nights sailings on Celebrity Solstice and they'll upgrade you from an interior cabin to a balcony cabin at no additional cost.

The amazing Solstice will sail an equally amazing diversity of Australasian cruises and fly, cruise and stay packages from November 23 this year, when she journeys 16-nights from Singapore to Sydney (including two nights pre-cruise hotel stay in Singapore.) Others include Australian coastal, Australia-New Zealand fly, cruise and stay packages, and Australia with Bali.

For full itineraries and prices visit Cruising.

*Valid until 29 February 2012 for new bookings and unless sold out earlier. Conditions apply.

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