Celebrity Infinity anchored in Juneau, Alaska, on July 9, 2012
|Owner:||Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.|
|Port of registry:|
|Route:||Caribbean & Mediterranean|
|Builder:||Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France|
|Launched:||June 9, 2000|
|Maiden voyage:||March 3, 2001|
|Class and type:||Millennium-class cruise ship|
|Length:||964.6 ft (294.0 m)|
|Beam:||105.6 ft (32.2 m)|
|Draught:||26 ft (8 m)|
|Draft:||26.3 ft (8.0 m)|
|Propulsion:||2 × 19 MW Rolls-Royce/Alstom Mermaid azimuth thrusters|
|Speed:||24 knots (44 km/h; 28 mph)|
Celebrity Infinity originally featured a restaurant with original fixtures and china from the legendary ocean liner SS United States, which still holds the transatlantic speed record to this day. However, it was later replaced with Tuscan Grille, a restaurant pioneered on the company's Solstice-class ships.
On June 3, 2016, Celebrity Infinity was docking in Ketchikan, Alaska, and crashed into the dock on the port side, causing a hole in the ship's hull above the water line, and heavily damaging the dock. Winds were gusting to 45 miles per hour from the ship's starboard side at the time of the accident, which accelerated the ship's approach. There were no injuries. In addition to the damage to the ship, the collision caused $2–3 million in damage to the dock.
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