facilities and Other
The majority of the shops on Eclipse are on
Decks 4 and 5. Deck 4 has the Shops on the
Boulevard which offer the more traditional
cruise ship items such as souvenir items, logo
clothing,, duty-free liquor and sundries On
Deck 5 in the Galleria Boutiques are more
directed toward luxury items.
Overlooking Eclipse's central atrium are three public
rooms, each on its own deck. The Library (left), in
fact, occupies portions of two decks and has
comfortable seating as well as a sizeable collection of
books. The Card Room (lower left) is one deck
below the library. Team Earth is devoted to
environmental awareness and guests can read
materials about the environment and attend informal
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Guests can also learn about the art of glass blowing and see finished works in the Glass Museum (above left), which
complements the onboard Hot Glass shows performed by the Corning Museum of Glass. Groups can hold meetings in the
Sky Conference Center (above right).
Three shops located elsewhere on the ship are the Lawn Club Shop, with Country Club fashions; the Sun and Sea Shop in
the pool area; and the Elmis Shop, which sells cosmetics and other products used in the Aquaspa.,
Sharing Deck 5 with the Galleria
Boutiques are the Art Gallery
(upper left) and the Photo Gallery
(lower left). The Art Gallery sells
works of art primarily by
contemporary artists, holds art
auctions and conducts seminars on
art. The Photo Gallery sells the
photos taken by the ship's
photographers onboard and at the
various ports of call as well as
cameras and camera accessories. In
addition, the Photo Gallery includes
Deep Blue, a portrait studio.
A new feature on Eclipse is the iLounge. This is not just an Internet café but guests can also learn about and purchase products
made by Apple Computers.
Eclipse has an organized program for younger
passengers with supervised-activities for
various age groups. (See examples of youth
programs on the Celebrity Eclipse Profile
Page). These activities are held for the most
part in two areas of the ship dedicated to
The Fun Factory (below) is for children and
is divided into separate areas for the different
age groups. Facilities include video screens,
computers and play areas.
The X Club is for teenagers and includes a wide screen television, a non-alcoholic
bar and areas to socialize.
Nearby but outside of the X Club and the Fun Factory, is the ship's Video Arcade.