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Celebrity Century's Fun Factory keeps the little ones entertained.

Courtesy of Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Century's Fun Factory keeps the little ones entertained.

Family cruises on Celebrity Cruises 2015

These 11 ships are known for their sophisticated cuisine, upscale ambience, destination-focused itineraries and themed cruises focusing on art, food and wine. Still, families cruise Celebrity because it’s more low-key than its sister cruise line Royal Caribbean's ships, and the line offers popular kids’ programming.

What’s New: Celebrity has introduced a new (and free) program called iTake where aspiring young directors learn to shoot and edit video using the latest technology. iTake is available on all ships that have a Celebrity iLounge.

For kids: Celebrity Fun Factory programs are available for kids ages 3-11 from 9 am to 10 pm every day. The programs feature crafts, treasure hunts, theme parties, the latest gaming and more. Thanks to a partnership with LeapFrog Schoolhouse, there is special LeapFrog Edutainment designed exclusively for Celebrity Cruises that allow kids to virtually explore the ports they’re visiting. There are late-evening activities ($6/hour per child), and kids can eat with counselors at least once during a cruise.

Ships are outfitted with Xbox stations for players of all ages. Free play time is also available during certain times for Xbox 360 and Kinect for Xbox 360.

For teens: Cruisers ages 12-17 have their own X-Club with gaming consoles, late-night dance parties and sports. There’s also a special YSpa program for teens featuring massages, spray tans, styling sessions and more.

Around the ship: Kids’ pools and slides, as well as basketball courts, are available almost fleet-wide. In-room sitting is $19 per hour for up to three children. On shore days, some programming is available for an extra fee.

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