is offering guests something very different on board the Celebrity Solstice
, according to the latest reports.
When the boats sets sail for the first time carrying cruise holidaymakers in December 2008, it will be complete with a display of skill from the Corning Museum of Glass.
The museum's Hot Glass Show, which has travelled to France, Austria and across the US, will star on board the cruise ship, providing demonstrations in the art of glass blowing and the science of glass.
"We're confident our guests will be awestruck by what we're offering with the Corning Museum of Glass," said Celebrity Cruises
President and Chief Executive Dan Hanrahan.
Mr Hanrahan added that the demonstrations serve as a "compelling reason to sail on Celebrity Solstice".Celebrity Solstice
has more double-occupancy rooms than any other cruise ship in the Celebrity Cruises stable, with 2,850 staterooms. The ship is also more than 1,000 ft long, according to the Celebrity Solstice website.