Revealed: Celebrity Edge

Celebrity Cruises has unveiled the details of the new Celebrity Edge, set to debut next December in Fort Lauderdale and prompting a rethink in cruise ship design.   Boasting design names including Kelly Hoppen MBE of Kelly Hoppen Interiors and visionary architect Tom Wright of WKK, together with American designer Nate Berkus serving as design … Continue reading

Celebrity Cruises Confirms Departure Of Celebrity Century

Celebrity Cruises has confirmed industry speculation that the 1,814-guest Celebrity Century will leave the fleet in April 2015, unveiling details of her farewell season that will see the ship call at a record number of ports and 17 new destinations for the brand. From March 2014 to April 2015, Celebrity Century will visit 77 ports … Continue reading

Celebrity Cruises Regains Galapagos Operating License

Celebrity Cruises has announced that its license to operate in the Galapagos National Park will be reinstated, marking an end to a 45-day ban from the scenic region. The 96-passenger Celebrity Xpedition will return to service for the 30 June 2013 sailing. The line was forced to cancel several cruises this month for the expedition … Continue reading

Celebrity Cruises Takes Delivery Of Celebrity Reflection

Celebrity Cruises marked a milestone today with the handover of its fifth and final Solstice-class ship. The line officially accepted the new Celebrity Reflection from German shipbuilder Meyer Werft and revealed the identities of her 4 godmothers.   AquaClass, Signature and Reflection Suites along with Enhanced AquaSpa New and exclusive to the Celebrity Reflection is … Continue reading

Azamara Club Cruises Plans Fleet Refresh

Azamara Club Cruises’ 2 European boutique hotel-style ships, Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest, are scheduled to receive ship-wide facelifts to update facilities and improve the cruising experience for guests, including a striking new dark-blue hull profile.   Onboard renovations will see the bedding and veranda furniture replaced in the staterooms and suites, while the public … Continue reading