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Apex and Edge feature in Celebrity's six-ship 2022 Europe season

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Celebrity Edge will sail from Civitavecchia and Barcelona, while Celebirty Apex will sail from Amsterdam and Civitavecchia
Celebrity Cruises' 2022 Europe program features its newest ships, Celebrity Apex and Celebrity Edge, along with four other vessels.

They include Celebrity Silhouette, recently ‘revolutionized’ as part of a multi-million renovation program, Celebrity Constellation, Celebrity Infinity and Celebrity Reflection.  

New Amsterdam homeport

Celebrity Apex will sail to Scandinavia and Russia and the Norwegian Fjords from the new homeport of Amsterdam. The ship will also offer Iceland, Ireland and British Isles itineraries, ending the season with special Holy Land sailings round-trip from Civitavecchia (Rome).

Celebrity Edge will sail from Civitavecchia and Barcelona on seven-night Mediterranean cruises to destinations in Italy, France, Spain, Turkey and the Greek Islands. The ship will end the season with some longer itineraries from Civitavecchia before returning to winter homeport, Fort Lauderdale.

Celebrity Silhouette from Southampton

Celebrity Silhouette will sail from Southampton to a wide variety of European destinations, from the Norwegian Fjords to Spain, Portugal and the Italian Mediterranean. The ship wraps its European season with Canary Islands cruises in September and October. 

Celebrity Constellation will sail nine- and 10-night Mediterranean itineraries between Venice, Civitavecchia and Barcelona. Celebrity Infinity's seven-night cruises are between Venice, Lisbon and Barcelona.

And, from Civitavecchia, Celebrity Reflection will offer 10- and 11-night cruises to Italy, Turkey, Croatia, Montenegro and the Greek Islands.

 

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