Celebrity Apex accidents and incidents
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|30 March 2020||Other Incidents|
The cruise ship's christening ceremony was initially scheduled for March 30, 2020, to be held in Port Southampton (England UK). However, (due to Coronavirus concerns) on March 6th, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo (Celebrity Cruises' President and CEO) officially announced the vessel's naming ceremony will be postponed for 2020-Q4 (after the ship's repositioning from Europe to the Caribbean in November) and that the special event will be held in homeport Fort Lauderdale (Florida USA).
For the inaugural cruise season (2020) Celebrity Apex had planned European voyages leaving roundtrip from homeports Southampton, Barcelona (Spain) and Civitavecchia-Rome (Italy). The season was planned to end with the 14-day Transatlantic repositioning cruise (itinerary October 22 - November 5) from Barcelona to Fort Lauderdale, with call ports in Spain (Alicante, Malaga, Cadiz), Portugal (Lisbon) and Canary Islands (Santa Cruz de Tenerife).
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