Celebrity cruise ship to debut in 2023
Celebrity Cruises announced new routes for Celebrity edge, the revolutionary cruise ship. This includes an entire season in Australia and New Zealand, where the ship will offer a wide variety of itineraries that will bring the Edge experience closer from December 2023 to April 2024 for Australians and New Zealanders.
Although cruises are still a long way off, Celebrity Cruises has been busy planning a unique itinerary for Celebrity edge to see the ship visit some of the most iconic areas of the South Pacific. There will be 12 cruises on offer visiting a total of 22 ports of call. Celebrity edge will stop over in Sydney, Australia, and Auckland, New Zealand, for cruises.
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Highlights on offer include the spectacular Sydney Harbor crossing, one of the most beautiful crossings in the world, tailor-made itineraries for all tastes, focusing on beaches, wine or food. The ship will also spend overnight stays on selected cruises at ports such as Cairns, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; and Hobart, Tasmania.
âOur new ad campaign asks a question, ‘Isn’t it time? to please us and to go out and discover the world again. There is no better way to experience this incredible part of the world than on our award-winning and transformational Celebrity Edge â, said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO of Celebrity Cruises. “This is a luxury boutique hotel, Michelin quality dining, a luxurious spa retreat with the world at your service. We are delighted to offer a truly special vacation experience in Australia.
Clients who have always wanted to explore New Zealand in luxury are lucky as every trip to New Zealand includes visits to the North and South Islands, giving clients a taste of the very different environments of this. beautiful country. One of the cruises aboard the 129,500 gross tonnage Celebrity edge will sail the South Pacific islands of New Caledonia, Vanuatu and Mystery Island.
The cruises, which are expected to be incredibly popular, will open for sale to the general public on October 14, 2021. Travel times range from short 6-day cruises to longer trips of 13 days.
When Celebrity Edge sets sail to Australia, it will be one of the most popular and modern cruise ships sailing the Seven Seas at this time. The ship won several awards, including that of being nominated “One of the most beautiful places in the world” by Time Magazine. The ship relies on a vision of sailing that is very different from that of many other contemporary ships, while also benefiting from a wide variety of interesting and remarkable features.
Celebrity Cruises Vice President and General Manager for Australia and APAC Tim Jones said: âCelebrity Edge has changed the way people think about cruise vacation and is in a class of its own with a plethora of firsts on board. We’ve been waiting a long time for it to arrive in the region – it’s a real celebration time for Australian travelers and Celebrity Cruises. “
The 2918 passengers Celebrity edge was the very first cruise ship from a US port post-pandemic. On June 26, she sailed under the command of Captain Kate McCue to Costa Maya and Cozumel in Mexico and Nassau in the Bahamas.
Edge Currently sailing the Caribbean on a seven day cruise from her home port of Fort Lauderdale. The ship alternates routes between the Western and Eastern Caribbean. Calling at ports like Roatan, Cozumel and Nassau this week, she will sail to Nassau, St. Thomas and St. Martin next week.