Celebrity Cruises’ 2020 Europe season will mark the debut of its second Edge Series ship, the Celebrity Apex. With six ships sailing throughout the region, the cruise line will also visit more cities than any other Celebrity season – making over 90 ports of call in 27 countries.
The recently announced seasons will introduce new ports for the company, including Trieste in Italy and Isle of Portland, Dorset, United Kingdom. Additionally, the company will return to Oslo, Norway; Agadir, Morocco; and Kusadasi, Turkey.
Celebrity Apex will make its debut in Southampton, where it will sail a mini season of five sailings to European destinations like the Norwegian Fjords and the northern coasts of Spain and Portugal. The ship will also offer the line’s new 10-night Capital Cities Cruise with stops in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Oslo and Paris. The ship will spend the majority of the season sailing seven- to 12-night itineraries from Barcelona to Rome, with stops in Italy, Monaco, France and Spain.
Celebrity Edge will make its first full European season in 2020, focusing on the eastern Mediterranean and Adriatic. On 10- and 11-night itineraries, the ship will visit Trieste, the Amalfi Coast, Malta and the Greek islands.
Celebrity Silhouette will sail out of Southampton on seven- to 14-night voyages to Iceland and Ireland. The ship will also offer the new Capital Cities Cruise. Celebrity Constellation will offer country-focused itineraries in Italy and Greece, as well as sailings in the Adriatic with stops in Croatia, Montenegro and Slovenia. Celebrity Silhouette and Celebrity Constellation are expected to participate in ‘The Celebrity Revolution,’ a $500 million-dollar revitalization program.
Celebrity Reflection will offer a variety of itineraries in 2020, including: three Iceland and Ireland round-trip voyages out of Dublin; 12-night itineraries out of Amsterdam to Scandinavia, Russia and the British Isles; and visits to Israel and Kusadasi, Turkey, sailing from Rome. Celebrity Infinity will return to the Mediterranean in 2020 with a new mini season of sailings from Lisbon to Valencia, Malaga and La Coruna, Spain and Porto, Portugal.