Celebrity Cruises will send six ships to Europe this summer — all of which will remain in service until next week. This also includes the three new ships of the Edge class, the Celebrity Edge, Celebrity Apex and Celebrity Beyond. The first of the three Edge ships is the Celebrity Edge, which entered service at the end of 2018 on May 6 and will take eight to nine day cruises with destinations in the eastern and western Mediterranean from Civitavecchia/Rome or Barcelona.
Between May 7 and October 12, the new Celebrity Beyond, which had its maiden flight last week, will be on its way from Barcelona or Civitavecchia/Rome. The ten-day and eleven-day cruises lead to France, Italy, Malta, and Greece.
A week later, on May 14, the Celebrity Apex will depart from a European port for the first time this season. The ship, which has been in operation since last year, has Amsterdam as its port and offers 8- to 13-day cruises to northern Europe from here – including the Nordic countries, the British Isles, Ireland and Iceland.
Also in service in Europe since the end of April is the Celebrity Silhouette (from / to Southampton), which has only recently been completely renovated at a cost of several million euros, with cruises from 8 to 13 days to Norway, through the Baltic Sea and the Canary Islands. Since May 2, Celebrity Reflection, which will offer 11 and 12 day cruises to Croatia, Montenegro, Greece and Turkey from/to Civitavecchia/Rome; And since May 3, the Celebrity Constellation (from Barcelona, Ravenna / Venice or Civitavecchia / Rome), which is used on the ten-day and eleven-day route in the western and eastern Mediterranean.
At the start of the current summer season, Celebrity Cruises once again published a German-language catalog in print. All ships and routes around the world are detailed in 180 pages. All Celebrity ships sail with a fully vaccinated crew. All guests over the age of twelve must also be fully vaccinated, that is, at least twice. Further testing before travel is not required. The wearing of a face mask for guests is no longer required on celebrity ships.