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Celebrity Constellation is scheduled to enter dryd

first_imgCelebrity Constellation is scheduled to enter drydock on 12 May 2017, and will emerge two weeks later on Friday 26 May 2017. During the ship’s revitalisation, she will be fitted with even more venues, including brand-new culinary concepts and a few guest favourites, just in time for her second Asian cruise season.“We are continually pushing the boundaries of the cruise experience, so we are adding some incredible new features to Celebrity Constellation,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO, Celebrity Cruises. “In addition to introducing the ever-popular restaurant Qsine, we are launching an entirely new culinary experience, Top Deck Burger Bar. On top of that, we’re also incredibly excited about the addition of our Rooftop Terrace and the iconic Taste of Film experience … Additionally, we are unveiling some other ship enhancements to our Suites, revealing a stunning shopping bazaar and our signature portrait studio.”Unleash your inner foodie with the addition of Celebrity’s quirkiest culinary journeyGuests sailing on board Celebrity Constellation can expect to embark on a gastronomic adventure that promises to have their senses humming with the addition of restaurant, Qsine. Everything here is “uniquely unordinary”, from the inventive twists of favourite dishes to the playfully quirky ambience and the iPad® menus. Qsine will reinvent the space currently known as Ocean Liners Restaurant, following a complete renovation and modernisation of the space.Out with the old, in with the really newIntroducing the newest dining venue in the Celebrity fleet: Top Deck Burger Bar. Located up on the Pool Deck in the space formally known as Mast Grill, guests can enjoy gourmet burgers. From the mouthwatering Celebrity Signature Burger to the BYOB (Build Your Own Burger), there is an extensive menu of toppings and condiments.Culinary delight as far as the eye can seeThe Rooftop Terrace will also be making its debut on board Celebrity Constellation. Intimate and inviting, the relaxing space features chic, cosy furniture, surprising artistic elements, and a large outdoor soundscape and movie screen. The Rooftop Terrace is also home to the gastronomic adventure A Taste of Film – a unique fusion of film and food.Bringing cutting-edge technology to Celebrity ConstellationCelebrity is bringing updated technology to staterooms with the addition of new RFID door locks. Guests can now tap their SeaPass card against their door lock, which will automatically unlock for them.Finishing touches and special enhancementsEvery Penthouse and Royal Suite will get updated with new powder room refreshes, including porcelain tiled floors, new fixtures, marble surfaces and cosy seats. The rest of the suite areas will get refreshed furnishings like plush furniture, new artwork, luxurious carpeting, drapes, and bed linens.Additionally, guests can discover some of the top names in fashion and merchandise in the completely revitalised shopping area. After guests have refreshed their wardrobe, they are encouraged to visit The Studio, Celebrity’s new high-end portrait studio ideal for capturing holiday photos.These incredible new venues and updates are scheduled to premiere on 26 May 2017, when Celebrity Constellation emerges from her drydock. The revitalisation comes just in time for what promises to be an extraordinary northern summer for the enhanced ship, which is scheduled to visit some of the most stunning destinations in the Mediterranean.Later in the year Celebrity Constellation will base herself in Asia for her second season, where she will sail predominately from the lively cities of Abu Dhabi and Singapore. Guests can book an Oceanview stateroom from just AU$2669 per person, twin share on Celebrity Constellation’s 10-night Arabian Coast Immersion sailing and receive US$300 onboard credit and a free beverage package. Departing Abu Dhabi on 27 November 2017, this exotic round-trip will whisk guests to the highlights of Oman including Muscat and Khasab as well as Dubai in the UAE.last_img read more

Erdogan Trump to coordinate as US pulls out of Syria

first_img30.5K5:43 PM – Dec 23, 2018Twitter Ads info and privacy Donald J. [email protected] 8,118 people are talking about this Recep Tayyip Erdoğ[email protected]_Erdogan 53K4:54 AM – Dec 24, 2018Twitter Ads info and privacy Twitter Ads info and privacy “The two leaders agreed to ensure coordination between their countries’ military, diplomatic and other officials to avoid a power vacuum which could result following any abuse of the withdrawal and transition phase in Syria,” the presidency said in a statement.Earlier in a Twitter post, Trump said the phone conversation with Erdogan was “long and productive”.“We discussed ISIS [Daesh], our mutual involvement in Syria, & the slow & highly coordinated pullout of US troops from the area. After many years they [US troops] are coming home,” Trump wrote, using alternate for Daesh.The duo also discussed “heavily expanded” trade. President @RT_Erdogan of Turkey has very strongly informed me that he will eradicate whatever is left of ISIS in Syria….and he is a man who can do it plus, Turkey is right “next door.” Our troops are coming home! London best pest control Twitter Ads info and privacy 35.3K people are talking about this Turkey ready to offer all kinds of supportFor his part, Erdogan said in a Twitter post that two sides “agreed to increase our coordination on many issues, from trade relations to the developments in Syria.”Erdogan said, “I hope that our meeting will be beneficial for our countries and our region.”Erdogan also stressed Turkey was prepared to provide all kinds of support to the US, its NATO ally, within NATO framework, Turkish presidency said in a statement.The Turkish president also wished a happy new year to the US president and American people. 68K4:59 PM – Dec 23, 2018Twitter Ads info and privacy In a phone call between Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and US President Donald Trump, both sides agree to “coordinate” to prevent a “power vacuum” in war-torn Arab country after US withdrawal. Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and US counterpart Donald Trump agreed in a phone conversation on Sunday to prevent a “power vacuum” in Syria after American ground forces withdraw, the US president and the Turkish presidency said. Turkey’s President Erdogan (L) also wished a happy new year to the US President and the American people. (AA Archive) Donald J. [email protected] I just had a long and productive call with President @RT_Erdogan of Turkey. We discussed ISIS, our mutual involvement in Syria, & the slow & highly coordinated pullout of U.S. troops from the area. After many years they are coming home. We also discussed heavily expanded Trade. In a new Twitter post, late Sunday Trump said his Turkish counterpart very strongly informed him that Turkey will eradicate whatever is left of Daesh in Syria.He wrote: “President Erdogan of Turkey has very strongly informed me that he will eradicate whatever is left of ISIS meaning Daesh in Syria …. and he is a man who can do it plus, Turkey is right ”next door.” Our troops are coming home. 32.8K people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy Bugün ABD Başkanı Sn @RealDonaldTrump ile ticari ilişkilerimizden Suriye’deki gelişmelere kadar birçok konuda eşgüdümümüzü artırma noktasında mutabık kaldığımız verimli bir telefon görüşmesi gerçekleştirdik.Görüşmemizin ülkelerimiz ve bölgemiz için hayırlı olmasını diliyorum. US troop withdrawalLast week, Trump announced plans to withdraw roughly 2,000 US troops from Syria.Reports suggest US forces will leave within 60 to 100 days.Trump’s decision to pull out of Syria was followed by resignations from US Defense Secretary James Mattis and special presidential envoy for the global coalition to defeat Daesh, Brett Mcgurk.The withdrawal comes ahead of a possible Turkish military operation in northeastern Syria against the YPG/PKK terrorist group.Since 2016, Ankara has carried out two similar military operations in northern Syria, which has helped some 300,000 Syrian refugees in Turkey to return home, according to Turkish officials.Source: TRTWorld and agencieslast_img read more