Celebrity is part of the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines family, and is one of their luxury brands. Most of their ships and itineraries, and the company as a whole, tend to appeal to an older crowd. While you will still find many couples in their thirties and forties on Celebrity cruises, the average age on many ships tends to be around sixty. You will find very few families with children on Celebrity cruises.
Celebrity offers itineraries around the world, but really shines with itineraries between ten to sixteen nights. Their cruises tend to be on the pricier side, especially for sailings the Celebrity Edge, their newest ship. The Apex, which is the Edge‘s sister ship, will debut in late 2020, and will likely have more expensive itineraries as well. However, you get what you pay for. The food is excellent on Celebrity ships, as is the service and the cleanliness.
Partly because of the older demographic, the accessibility on Celebrity ships is outstanding, which is why it’s my favorite cruise line. Celebrity does offer accessible shore excursions at some ports of call. (I have personally sailed with Celebrity.)