Celebrity tries to focus on middle- to upper-middle-income cruisers and even wealthy patrons who want a great megaship experience (especially while nestled in one of the line's amazing upper-end suites), but its generally low prices -- more or less comparable to those of sister-line Royal Caribbean -- ensure the demographic stays democratically wider. For clients who choose their cruise based on more than just price, Celebrity is appealing because it offers a well-balanced cruise, with lots of activities and a glamorous, exciting atmosphere that's both refined and fun.
Most passengers are couples ages 35 and up. Many have cruised before and want something a little more hip and stylish than the cruise norm. That said, you'll still see passengers of all ages, with a decent number of honeymooners and couples celebrating anniversaries, as well as families with children in summer and during the holidays.
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