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7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Fort Lauderdale

7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
  • Day 2
    Key West
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    Costa Maya
  • Day 5
    Cozumel
  • Day 6
    Grand Cayman
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

Celebrity Edge

Celebrity Edge - Celebrity Cruises

Pros

Beautiful and innovative with outstanding accommodations and extensive dining choices

Cons

Expensive upcharge restaurants, spa and drinks; nighttime entertainment lacks variety

Bottom Line

A hip-at-heart ship that may challenge the expectations of experienced cruisers


Cruise Reviews

22 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
We are "Elite" CCL cruisers and have cruised on all the Solstice class ships as well as on the Summit; we always book Aqua class cabins. While the ship is spectacular with terrific food, service, and style, the IV cabins are a ... Read More
We are "Elite" CCL cruisers and have cruised on all the Solstice class ships as well as on the Summit; we always book Aqua class cabins. While the ship is spectacular with terrific food, service, and style, the IV cabins are a disaster and, because of them, we won't sail on an Edge class ship ever again. Our concept of a veranda cabin is when we can keep our cabin cool and dry but step out onto our veranda to enjoy our own private deck space in the ambient climate with lounge chairs that have footrests and room to dine al fresco. On the "Edge," as soon as you open the upper/outer glass panel, the climate control system shuts down and the entire cabin immediately becomes, hot, humid, and stuffy. The folding doors inboard of the veranda serve no purpose and only take up space. Even if you don't mind opening up your entire cabin to the outdoors, the veranda is tiny. Tiny table, tiny chairs, and no leg room or footrests. We checked with guest relations and were told that there is nothing we could do to change this. Another downer is that only suite guests have access to the bow of the ship. For the first time, we felt we were treated a second class citizens because of this, One of our great pleasures has been to stand above the bow as the ship entered port; now no longer an option on the Edge unless you book a suite. Also, FWIW, the three production shows were just terrible. The performers worked their hearts out but the all original music/lyrics they had to work with were junk. CCL saves money by not performing copywritten music/lyrics but the shows suffered as a result of this misdirected cost cutting. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
I took it because it was supposed to be the best of the best in cruising. I bought into all the advertising hype. The bath tub is too small to get into and extend your legs. I like all the high tech features they use. I don't ... Read More
I took it because it was supposed to be the best of the best in cruising. I bought into all the advertising hype. The bath tub is too small to get into and extend your legs. I like all the high tech features they use. I don't like that they don't give you a map to show how to navigate the ship. This may be a better cruise for younger people than me. The servers are not well trained yet. We didn't get enough towels for our state room. The use of a special dining room for suites is a nice touch. There are plenty of elevators for our use. They are offering free luggage transfer after the cruise to get the bags to the air port. I am taking a second 7 day cruise and have been told I have to get off, go thru customs, reboard the ship, go thru security again. I think they could have done this better.4 The captain is very good and tell jokes and stories with his presentation. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
I love Celebrity but hate to fly. My brother is into all things tech.When we heard about the coming of the Edge in 2017 we talked and I decided I would fly to sail on the newest ship ever. We have been reading all the news stories, ... Read More
I love Celebrity but hate to fly. My brother is into all things tech.When we heard about the coming of the Edge in 2017 we talked and I decided I would fly to sail on the newest ship ever. We have been reading all the news stories, watching all the video and reviews since we booked in Feb 2018. We booked the infinite balcony 6117. The cabin had the beds near the bathroom. This made the room seem bigger than usual. The shower was great, Room to turn around in, adjustable shower head, bar for putting your leg up, extra tray for your toiletries. They had conditioner, shampoo and body wash is pump bottles firmly attached to the wall. Hooks for hanging up swimsuits. Large door that swung out. Big fluffy towels that had loops if you wanted to hang them up. Lots of storage space, hairdryer and plug in the bathroom. the cabin had a lot of space, very comfortable chairs on the veranda, a few too many pillows but they were easily moved. Fridge, ample plug for USB & other electrical needs. A plug next to the bed for CPAP or oxygen machine. There was a curtain that came down at the window that completely darken the room. We left the bi-fold doors open all the time and slept with the window down. It was only locked twice during the end of the cruise and that was due to rain. We dined in all 4 dining rooms. Each had a regional theme-Italian in Tuscan, Greek in Cyprus, French in Normandy and Cosmopolitan was sort of American. 25% of the menu represented the region. I found the food delicious. There was lobster on the 2nd 'evening chic' night. We dined that night in the Normandy but this menu was available in all 4. We had sushi at Raw on 5. it was fresh and tasty. Saw le Petite Chef. the pasta, and steak were good, the dessert a bit sweet for my taste. The animation was great. We did not see much of the entertainment-there are so many placed just to sit and relax aboard the ship. The service was excellent-from out room steward, to guest services to the bar staff at the pool and coffee bars-each was prompt, accurate and friendly. We took 1 shore excursion. We have been to these ports before. We actually went to the shore excursion desk (it actually was a counter with computer tablets), at 1000, swiped my card, picked a beach break in the Cayman Island, the tickets came out of a slot at the end of the desk and we were waiting for the tender at 1115 in the theater. The automation was quick and easy. We got color coded bracelets for out trip. the shuttles from the port to the beach were air conditioned and clean, Calico Jacks was a beautify beach, we had an umbrella and 2 beach chairs. Sure we might have done this on our own but Celebrity took care of it all and made sure we got back to the ship on time. There was trivia twice a day. All the baked goods were yummy! They were baking fresh each morning in the upstairs buffet. While Celebrity is fantastic for cruising. I would not recommend their shuttles to and from the ship or their hotel arrangements. We had Celebrity book a hotel for us before and after the cruise.We flew into Ft. Lauderdale, our ship was in Ft. Lauderdale and the hotel was in Miami. The cruise ship shuttle from the ship to the hotel made 7 other stops, 2 at Miami Airport, took 3.5 hours and the bathroom was locked. Next time I will make shore side arrangements independently. Read Less
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