Celebrity Cruises will feature a breathtaking Eden space on its upcoming cruise ship the Celebrity Edge.

A breathtaking new space has been unveiled by Celebrity Cruises for its upcoming new generation cruise ship the Celebrity Edge. The cruise line revealed a reimagined Eden which will span three decks on the aft and feature almost 7,000 sq. ft. of glass. Eden will have more outer glass than any other space at sea.

Richard D. Fain, Chairman and CEO, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, said:

“Eden, like so many aspects of Celebrity Edge, represents a unique advance in cruise ship design. It’s an experience that’s multi-faceted and innovative. Connectivity to the ocean is one of the most exciting hallmarks of Edge Class, and with more glass than any other room at sea, Eden embodies that outward-facing concept beautifully.”

Celebrity Edge

What is Eden?

By morning, Eden is a chillful escape where yoga, a good book, or coffee and a croissant can be enjoyed with expansive views of the world. In the afternoon, Eden becomes more playful, with hands-on enrichment seminars and tastings to strengthen guests’ culinary prowess, cocktail-making skills and wine knowledge. The afternoon also features performances from sitar players to aerialists. As the sun sets on Eden, the evening ushers in Eve at Eden, a sinful fusion of performance art, culinary exploration and nightlife – like nothing else at sea – that promises to indulge guests’ every sense in the Eden Restaurant. Here, Edenists will serve a choreographed series of experiential culinary temptations sure to surprise and delight.

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As dinner comes to an end, guests will be prompted by sensory cues to tempt them back upstairs, past the Tree of Life – the continuation of tradition and evolution of the iconic living tree installation onboard Celebrity’s heralded Solstice Class ships – to Deck 5. Here, the Library of Plants towers 18-feet above Eden Bar, offering its bounty of fresh ingredients and garnishes for hand-crafted, artisanal cocktails.

Celebrity Edge is the first of three new Edge class ships for the cruise line. Cruise Hive readers can find out more details on the ship along with 3D rendering in a previous post. The ship will enter service in December 2018 and will be based out of Port Everglades, Florida with sailings starting from December 16, 2018.