Published on Tuesday, January 28, 2020

What's new on Celebrity Apex

Celebrity Cruises has revealed more new features of Celebrity Apex, the first Celebrity Cruises ship to be launched in the UK in over a decade.

Here are the highlights:

Craft Social Bar - a casual bar space serving draft cocktails, wines on tap and more than 50 of the world's rarest craft beers served by a certified beer sommelier. Menu items will include mac and brie, Kobe beef sliders, crispy chicken sliders and meat and cheese boards. Large-screen TVs will air live sporting events.


Le Grand Bistro - a 3-D dining experience with a first-at-sea digitally-animated menu by Le Petit Chef with new animated story on Celebrity Apex ans with new menu creations from Chef Gallagher. The menu offers such dishes as spring pea soup, King Crab farfalle pasta and filet mignon, while diners enjoy a story that chronicles the life adventures of Le Petit Chef who meets the girl of his dreams at age 12.

Eden - a three-story indoor natural Wonderland, with sweeping panoramic, outward facing windows and a menu which will include fresh roasted Spanish prawns with melted peppers, cured fresh chorizo, slow-cooked shellfish broth with parsley, garlic, and shallots and maldon sea salt.


The Theatre - with state-of-the-art technology features, including a 23-foot-tall 4K LED screen curving around the stage to immerse audiences, a new 28-foot tall circular scrim and eight Panasonic 20K laser projectors for projection mapping to create a 360-degree wrap-around picture for audiences and a 20-foot tall Tree of Life, complete with over 3,000 LED leaves. See video below



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