Food lovers rejoice: Celebrity Cruises is inviting guests to explore the flavours of the world “without ever leaving their table”. Sounds heavenly.
Among the experiences aboard new ship Celebrity Edge is a sky-high dinner cantilevered 16 decks above the ocean. Edge — “designed to leave the future behind” — boasts Magic Carpet, a venue that changes location, mood and function.
“This incredible engineering feat is the world’s first cantilevered, floating platform that reaches heights of 13 storeys above sea level, so you can soar over the open ocean,” Celebrity says.
Of the 29 venues, 11 are complimentary options. The dining offering is described as unique concepts and expansive menus serving exciting dining experiences never before seen at sea.
Celebrity Traditional Dining lets guests choose early or late seating and dinner at the same table with the same waiter every evening, while Select Dining Plus allows them to dine when and where they like.
- Preview journeys start in November.
- More details celebritycruises.com/edge
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