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Celebrity Edge Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Trying out the Edge

Review for Celebrity Edge to the Mediterranean
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2019

Cruising since 72. More than 50, I've lost count. Loyal to Royal since 74 Song of Norway. Tried a lot of others but liked Royal best. Took 1st X ship Jan/2019 Argentina to Antarctica (Eclipse), and Celebrity has won me over from now on. Booked this Europe cruise with total of 6 family to try out the Edge. As usual the crew and service knocked it out of the park. I didn't realize when I booked what the Edge would look like until after I started reading more about it. My thoughts. It looks as if Picasso and Dali designed it and couldn't agree on anything. Looks like someone punched it in the nose. I loved the over all newness but I guess I am a traditionalist and liked the Eclipse better. You can't get to there from here prevails in some of the areas. You have to go up and down decks to move fore and aft. They could have left off the carnival ride on the side of the ship, although I liked it as a tender station for one of the ports we did. Instead of Cabana's on the pool deck at $300 per day that I never saw any one use, they could have more seating. There were no upright deck chairs with arms at both pools, such as on Royal ships. As a Disabled Veteran with mobility issues I couldn't use the flat lounges. The only seats were at the cafe and it would not be right for me to use one of those. I had to sit on the ledge of the hot tub in the solarium near the hoist station and could not sit with my wife or family members. The shops are very high end. I laughed at a sign that said Breitling Watches starting at only $3095.00. I can't recall seeing anyone but clerks in the shops.

I read previous comments regarding the Infinity Staterooms. Seems like 50/50 like dislike them. I usually book an inside cabin unless going to a venue that's interesting like Antarctica. That way I can do 2 or 3 cruises a year, Well the upgrade fairy visited me and I wound up in an Infinity Cabin. Absolutely loved it. You get the fresh air if you want and the cabin has more usable floor footage than a veranda cabin. The bathroom, and in particular the shower were awesome. The steward was fantastic as all the crew were. I never pay extra for dining so have no comment. The standard dining venues and Ocean View Cafe food and service, Top Shelf. Would go again if itinerary is what I want, but prefer the traditional looking pointy bow ships without the ArtDeco look. Celebrity you're the best.

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Loved the concept of large opening window and increased floor space making cabin very big.

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