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Celebrity Cruises Breaks Barriers: Celebrity Edge Sets Sail With The First All-Female Bridge Team





Celebrity Cruises is celebrating International Women’s Day this year with a first-of-its-kind sailing.

On March 8th, 2020 Celebrity Edge set sail with the first entirely female bridge and officer team. This crew is made up of 25 women and represents 17 different countries.

Captain Kate McCue has expressed how proud of her team as well as how honored she is to be part of the historic sailing that is to come.

Onboard, there will be female change-makers, trailblazers in their respective fields including artists, designers and sports professionals among other inspiring women hosting various events, on top of the countless activities offered on the ship. 

Celebrity Edge is a luxury cruise ship with unmatchable experiences and amazing service that only Celebrity Cruises can provide.
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21 comments

  1. Capt Kate is amazing

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  2. I just want to say THANK YOU!!! I loved watching this and yes, my eyes did tear up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My husband and I will cruise again someday, and I've always planned my next cruise on either Edge or now, maybe the Apex!

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  3. This is progress, thank goodness !! I hope in the years ahead such crewing becomes the normal and it doesn't need to make headlines although I fully understand and support this particular milestone. Equality for all.

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  4. Bravo ladies way to go I myself would feel very safe with it all female crew once again bravo

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  5. Once you start sailing again I'm booking a cruise on the Edge specifically because of Captain Mccue.

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  6. All women..wow

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  7. I think it's a political bullshit ploy…. I think women can definitely crew any large ship, but to crew it with strictly women and then call it diversity is ridiculous. How about you take the minions below you make at least as much as the highest minimum wage in the world. The cruise industry hires folks for pennies a day because they can… This is bullshit liberal advertising.

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  8. Bravo for capt. Mac cue

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  9. wanita-wanita hebat

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  10. From a fellow mariner and graduate of a maritime academy, my hats off to you all! Well done and bravo! Fair winds and following seas!

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  11. Unpanic struggle rmake true goal! Women Can Do! A male ship Captain myself, I Congrats you ladies for job well done. Keep it up

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  12. Well Done ladies!!!!

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  13. Wow! I will love to be a part of this.

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  14. What Damm

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  15. May these ladies travel with fair winds and following seas

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  16. shit gon crash

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  17. Wee kate….maccule di kappala tetanic….kapten palee,maelokka deh iya maneng 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜

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  18. Nah naitu upojie….celebritys artis deppa na rissen makkada celebritys😍😍😍

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  19. Congratulate ….lady strong

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  20. Wow

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  21. Lo más hermoso que Dios puso en este mundo son.las mujeres….

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