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Cruise industry giant Celebrity Cruises is set to launch the newest addition to its fleet, the Celebrity Beyond. Later this month, the Beyond will embark on the first of several different routes that have been scheduled for the next few years. Beyond will become the third Edge-class cruise ship in Celebrity’s fleet, joining Celebrity benefit and Celebrity Summitwith a fourth planned for the end of next year.
The launch of the new ship is expected to be a moment of celebration for Celebrity Cruises and cruise enthusiasts, serving as a source of good news at the end of what has been a turbulent and uncertain time for the industry as a whole.
Here’s a look at Celebrity Beyond, including what features guests can expect on board, what sets the new cruise ship apart and where it will sail first.
Celebrity Beyond Launch – What travelers need to know
After its initial order in 2016 and the start of construction in November last year, Celebrity Beyond is now finally set to hit the high seas later this month. The Edge-class cruise ship was officially accepted into the Celebrity fleet in the week following its delivery by the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard, in a celebration that saw the 1,400 crew members of the new ship and her captain, Kate McCue, welcome her into the family. .
Beyond may be the last ship in the Edge class, but it is the longest, being 20 meters longer than the first two ships in the class with her length of 327m and beam of 39m. The Beyond makes full use of its space, with a double occupancy figure of 3,260, with 1,646 cabins spread across its 16 decks. As well as having plenty of luxury private spaces for guests, the new ship also features the same kind of high-quality shared spaces, services and amenities on board that helped put Celebrity on the map.
Expertly designed by engineers and architects, Beyond offers guests a taste of innovation and luxury around every corner. Of its high-end and first-class relaxation offers on board the ship Retirement With Michelin-inspired menus, luxury retail offerings and stellar in-flight entertainment choices, Celebrity is ready to live up to its name and offer all its guests the star treatment and the treatment of the red carpet they signed up for.
Lisa Lutoff-Perlo – CEO and President of Celebrity Cruises – rented the ship’s new design and said it matches the kind of experiences travelers are looking for in 2022. ‘today we believe Beyond speaks to the growing trend of people seeking new personalized, effortless and meaningful luxury experiences.
Lutoff-Perlo also responded to growing travel demand, adding:
“We see a continued desire to travel as business steadily increases, and we see Beyond leading the cruise industry into the next era of luxury. We are more than ready to welcome our guests on board and show them how this ship is amazing!
Beyond will kick things off with his inaugural 10-night Western Europe tour starting April 27from where it will depart from Southampton, UKK, visiting Bordeaux, France; Lisbon, Portugal; and Seville, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca and Barcelona, Spain. The Beyond will continue to do several European tours until October when they will embark on a series of Caribbean tours. More details on upcoming Beyond tours and information on how to book can be found here.
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