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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

7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
Review from Dec 6th preview 3 night. Bit about us, couple, both 34 and about 30+ cruises between us. Overall amazing ship and overall experience in our view. I do feel that those looking for a more traditional ship/experience may ... Read More
Review from Dec 6th preview 3 night. Bit about us, couple, both 34 and about 30+ cruises between us. Overall amazing ship and overall experience in our view. I do feel that those looking for a more traditional ship/experience may not find it on this modern ship. Modern in design and culture/vide reflected in activities, drinks, music, shows etc. Embarkation - in new Fort Lauderdale terminal was a breeze. Curb to ship on 2 mins! Using the celebrity app we completed all forms, photo and passport ahead and literally just walked on. Seapass was waiting for us at room in a sealed envelope. App was great. No issues. Stateroom - Infinite veranda. Design is subjected but we loved it. Clean, bright, modern. For two lots of storage, perhaps not for a longer cruise. Bathroom was good size, large shower. New sliding window veranda has pros and cons and won’t be everyone’s cup of tea. There are traditional balcony rooms available. We liked it as felt made room feel bigger and very airy little frames/superstructure In way of views. In port we did experience the window close and be deactivated for a few hours, I can see how this would be annoying. Dining - we didn’t get chance to try any speciality dining but the 4 main dining rooms where great. Each has 10% of the menu exclusive to that restaurants “theme” (French, Italian, Greek, contemporary American) the rest is the same across each restaurant but changes nightly. With some classics served every night. Entertainment - main shows had some great talent! Overall all the entertainment is contemporary. Think pool side DJs/singer performing vocal house mixes, club played EDM and Eden is Immersive “theatre” that millennials lap up but other just won’t get. Again we loved it just a super cool space, vibe and unique cocktails. Overall we loved everything about this ship, it is a game changer in the cruise business in our view there isn’t anything like it currently (maybe virgin voyages once they launch) and it will divide opinion especially with those used to how celebrity has done things in the past. Go with an open mind and enjoy! Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
When only the best will do you have to try the new Celebrity Edge.From the magnificent terminal to the unbelievable ship itself get ready to be blown away...We had a S3 sky suite #8200 which was by far the best sky suite we have ever had ... Read More
When only the best will do you have to try the new Celebrity Edge.From the magnificent terminal to the unbelievable ship itself get ready to be blown away...We had a S3 sky suite #8200 which was by far the best sky suite we have ever had and was in fact as good as any Celebrity suite we have had on previous cruises.. Dining at the illumini was great.The food, the waiters by far the best in the whole fleet . We have tried at least seven different cruise line and sailed some forty plus times so nothing it exactly new to us or at least that's what we thought ..but a walk thru Eden or dare we say drinks on the magic carpet awakens your senses to the wonders of the sea and the ships that Celebrity sails upon it. Three days offers only a taste to wetting your plate and thier seven day offerings will also seem way to short for the full exploration of this might so well named beauty ....It does in fact take one to THE EDGE Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
The ship is beautiful and decorated in a unique style that leans more to contemporary. Our Deluxe Oceanview cabin had a huge round opening where the top half was open and the bottom served as the railing for the verandah. The verandah was ... Read More
The ship is beautiful and decorated in a unique style that leans more to contemporary. Our Deluxe Oceanview cabin had a huge round opening where the top half was open and the bottom served as the railing for the verandah. The verandah was EXTREMELY small with just enough room to sit and not move in the 2 chairs w/mini table. Unlike other ships. the chairs on the verandah were padded and pretty stylish. The bathroom was gorgeous. Now to the cruise itself. The food quality in the dining rooms and even at the buffet was really, really good and the service/staff were superior. Always smiling, energetic and upbeat. We found the evening shows to be poor. One night a guy singing songs we have never heard except for an occasional Bruno Mars song. Another night a woman singing with backup but she seemed to be pushing a message about equality; me too; etc. We don't attend shows to hear messages about how one should think/behave. Basically the shows had little to no dancers and seemed to rely a lot on technological moving screens behind the singer. Many people walked out during the shows. The other negative was other than casino or lounging at the pool, there was nothing to do on sea day. There were hourly things listed but there were auctions, lectures on face care, acupuncture-all things that lead to selling you products. No bingo, pool games, trivia contests, no library. I think if you have more than 1 sea day you will be bored. That said, overall we did enjoy it and would book the Edge again. Read Less
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