The Edge is a beautiful ship but I find the 11 night ABC island cruise to be very disappointing for a number of reasons: first, the food in the Oceanview Cafe was substandard, there was not alot of choice and the menus for breakfast and lunch remained the same for all 12 days. Further, not once were there cuts of roast beef set out for lunch.
The 4 "free" restaurants are quite frankly, a bit of a joke. They basically served the same food and again, rarely, did I see top cuts of red meat being presented.
The BIGGEST issue of this cruise was both the tendering and the position of the ship at various piers. For a company who praises itself on their diversity and inclusivity policies, they sure left passengers with disability or mobility issues in the lurch. In Grand Cayman, there was little help provided to get people on and off contracted tendered boats. In Aruba, we docked so far from the town that it was impossible to walk the distance even for most healthy people. The contracted old school buses were not equipped to handle disabled individuals and the drivers were unwilling to help. Again, the same thing happened in Curacao, but this time there were no shuttles provided by Celebrity.