The fitness center is not large, but it has a jogging track, ping pong tables, darts, shuffleboard, and a sports court.
The fitness center, located in the Aquaspa, is smaller than the fitness areas on some other similarly sized cruise ships. Still, the center offers access to cardio and weight machines, free weights, and an area for stretching. The cardio machines are very popular, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to have to wait for a machine at the fitness center.
Two complimentary classes are offered—morning stretch and fab abs. Other classes, like yoga, pilates, and spinning, are offered for a fee of $12 per class. The Aquaspa fitness center also offers a boot camp class with multiple sessions (depending on the length of your voyage), including a health check and a home program.
The Celebrity Summit has two ping pong tables—one on deck ten and one on deck eleven—in the room just off the Conservatory (where the golf simulator used to be).
In the same room off the Conservatory that houses the ping pong table, you’ll find a dart board. Darts are available at the guest relations desk on deck three.
There are three large shuffleboards on the ship: two on either side of the promenade and one outside on deck eleven. All the equipment you need to play are located by the shuffleboard courts.
There’s a playing field with basketball hoops and small soccer goals on deck 12. Unfortunately, the field wasn’t in good condition. One of the basket ball hoops was missing and there were a number of holes and divots in the court—a rather disappointing sight.
The jogging track spirals around deck eleven, going around all the sun lounges and chairs. Three laps is equal to 5/8 of a mile (or one kilometer).
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