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Sail Date: May 2018
As a loyal captains club members we have nearly always travelled with celebrity, but found that things have slipped and had to make a formal complaint when we were onboard with regards to the quality, variety, food temperature and service ... Read More
As a loyal captains club members we have nearly always travelled with celebrity, but found that things have slipped and had to make a formal complaint when we were onboard with regards to the quality, variety, food temperature and service in the silhouette restaurant. The final straw was what they called lava cake, it would have better it was called “anyone for squash!” The over cooked cold squash balls we were served were a disgrace. Although it was sorted, it was far from premium. On the plus side Captain Kate made the cruise for us - we have never met a more approachable captain - well done celebrity for finding this lovely lady. Also the food in the ocean court was leaps ahead of the silhouette restaurant, but for our evening meal we want to be served. Went to Murano one evening - outstanding. Also you had to be up at 7am on deck to get a sun bed on sea days - they should not allow reserving of sun beds - what happened to the 30minute rule. On the whole it was just an OK cruise where before it has been outstanding Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2016
Overall my experience was great but from what I had heard about Celebrity, I was disappointed. The food was good but not great. The dessert selection in the dining room was limited and I only had one dessert that was very good. Many of ... Read More
Overall my experience was great but from what I had heard about Celebrity, I was disappointed. The food was good but not great. The dessert selection in the dining room was limited and I only had one dessert that was very good. Many of the desserts in the Ocean Café were cake, fluff, and fruit pie filling that all tasted the same. We dined at the Tuscan Restaurant and while the food was good, it was not great. However the service was wonderful I had a bad experience with guest relations, where I requested a post on the community board which they decided not to post (I understand why) but they did not notify me. The guest speakers were all great. A guest artist, Debbie Conn, provided a wonderful water color class on sea days and would love to cruise with her again. The entertainers were outstanding, with the exception of the magician ( could see how he did several tricks. I thought it was because I was sitting on the side of the stage but someone out front said the same thing. Jane Curry and Sean O'Shea were wonderful and the Celebrity band, singers and dances were better than I have seen on other lines. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2016
We got a great deal on this cruise and loved the itinerary. The ship was beautiful and in great condition. My husband was missing the outdoor movie screen he so enjoys. Our cabin was spacious with plenty of storage space. I did not ... Read More
We got a great deal on this cruise and loved the itinerary. The ship was beautiful and in great condition. My husband was missing the outdoor movie screen he so enjoys. Our cabin was spacious with plenty of storage space. I did not like the shower as the shower head was fixed and not detachable. In a small space this is an annoyance. The food in the dinning room was a huge disappointment. We had been told that it was superior but we found our Royal Caribbean dinning room experience to easily surpass it. That said, the Seaview Café was very good. The in house shows were excellent as was Jayne Curry but the magician, juggler and other entertainment were not impressive. Our cruise director Alejandro was very good but the Activities director was near unbearable. The wait staff in the dinning room were wonderful as was the staff in general. We were surprised though to arrive in our cabin to find to TP or tissues and we never received our onboard spending statement before getting off the ship. We only booked one of our excursions on the ship and it was fine. One other things was that the lifeboats are not suspended so that deck has very limited visibility. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2016
Pros: The crew on board the Equinox were great and the service in the dinning room was top notch. The entertainment in the theater was very good and the ships dance group sang and performed very well. The ship is kept spotless from stem to ... Read More
Pros: The crew on board the Equinox were great and the service in the dinning room was top notch. The entertainment in the theater was very good and the ships dance group sang and performed very well. The ship is kept spotless from stem to stern. All the crew members were always smiling and asking if there was something we needed. We had a balcony stateroom and it had plenty of hanging and storage space. Cons: That mattress on the beds need to be changed. Looked like the invisible man was lying in my bed.The main dinning room was a disappointment. The daily menu was boring with few choices, very small portions and at times the food was warm at best. This being a transatlantic cruise I had hoped that the crew staff would would have made a better effort to organize some activities other than ping pong for active passengers. This ship lacks sporting activities. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2016
We did the inaugural Transatlantic on the Equinox in 2009. We enjoyed it so much that we chose it again for it's last Transatlantic. The ship was in splendid condition, and the crew was their usual professional and friendly ... Read More
We did the inaugural Transatlantic on the Equinox in 2009. We enjoyed it so much that we chose it again for it's last Transatlantic. The ship was in splendid condition, and the crew was their usual professional and friendly selves. On this particular cruise there was two standouts: Jayne Curry (a singer and comedian from England) "Ratatouille" the Cruise Director. We enjoyed all the encounters with them and they brought their A game to this cruise. The Ports of Call included Cartagena Spain, Agadir Morocco, Tenerife and Lanzarote Canary Island. We did a Celebrity Excursion - Agadir Souk & Medina Ancient Taroudant. This was our first experience in Morocco. The guide was an excellent communicator and well versed in the area. It was Friday afternoon and the Souk was basically closed for the weekly prayers except for the few tourist shops. The travel inland was comfortable and broken up with an outstanding luncheon at a local hotel. The food was excellent and prepared in the local style, and had enough variety to satisfy any tastes. The guide took us through the Souk at Taroudant, which was the pretty much the same as Agadir, so we were all finished early. He then improvised and took a smaller group to a local women's collective that produces Argan oil. The collective guide gave us demonstration of several products available and were able to purchase products. The only issue we had was with the Internet Service: Celebrity has gone to an unlimited plan at an outrageous price, or very small (1 Hour) or (24 Hours) for even more ridiculous price. On a 13 day cruise you are basically forced to pay the unlimited internet, or pay the same or more for much less access per day. The $299 price tag left a very bad taste in my mouth, even with a 25% discount for being a Celebrity Select member. And the Internet Service was far from High Speed WiFi throughout the ship. The service was good at time and at others times was basically as bad as the old days of dial up. I complained several time and received the same pat answer..."We may be experiencing some technical difficulties, please try again later". For the price charged (and I do understand that it is satellite based and inherently more expensive) the service was substandard. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2016
The Celebrity Equinox is a wonderful ship with many outstanding features. This Transatlantic cruise had a great itinerary and the ocean crossing portion was enhanced with some excellent entertainment and "Beyond the Podium" ... Read More
The Celebrity Equinox is a wonderful ship with many outstanding features. This Transatlantic cruise had a great itinerary and the ocean crossing portion was enhanced with some excellent entertainment and "Beyond the Podium" speakers. In particular, there were three superb entertainers -- Katie Clark. classical pianist, Jayne Curry, singer and comedienne and Hanna, classical violinist. Speakers David Fantle and Michael Fuller were excellent speakers and we hope to see them on future cruises.. Unfortunately, Celebrity's food offerings on this cruise were well below its usual high standards. The food in the Main Dining Room seemed unusually tasteless and the offerings were not nearly as good as on past cruises. We ate once in the Tuscan Grill and the food quality there was worse than the Main Dining Room and not at all like our previous visits to the Tuscan Grill. Overall, I think Celebrity provides a great product at a reasonable price/ Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2016
I chose this cruise because Equinox has always been my favorite Solstice class ship and I knew this would be its last European voyage. The service on this cruise was excellent as is the norm for Celebrity. The food served in the main ... Read More
I chose this cruise because Equinox has always been my favorite Solstice class ship and I knew this would be its last European voyage. The service on this cruise was excellent as is the norm for Celebrity. The food served in the main dining room (table 218) was superb and my waitress Julia would be hard to equal. The food in the oceanview cafe was unbelievably diverse offering many choices of every type of food imaginable and tons of dessert choices as well. People who like food were more than satisfied on this cruise. The cruise director, Alessandro, is extraordinary. He is a naturally funny comedian who kept the passengers in stitches all day every day. He was always visible, taking part in many activities and lending his enthiasm to all participants, increasing everyone's desire to be a part of the action. He really stirs things up. The entertainment offered on this cruise was excellent to average in my opinion. Some nights were extraordinary and others less so. All in all, however, there was more entertainment on this cruise than any other cruise I have taken. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2016
This was the second segment of our Back to Back cruise. We were allowed to stay on the ship in Barcelona and we didn't change cabins, thanks to the Future Cruise folks who made the original reservation. There were something like 300+ ... Read More
This was the second segment of our Back to Back cruise. We were allowed to stay on the ship in Barcelona and we didn't change cabins, thanks to the Future Cruise folks who made the original reservation. There were something like 300+ B2B'ers. This was our third X cruise. We are Elite due to our RCL points. There were something like over 1000 Elites or above, resulting in paper vouchers for the happy hour drinks, only available in 4 bars. Ship: Everyone on staff seemed genuinely happy we were there. They always had a "Good Morning" and a big smile. Folks were always cleaning, wiping things down, picking up litter. The ship is quite smooth especially when docking and leaving. Very little vibration or noise. Cabin: 8192 Deluxe Veranda; category 1C. We didn't really use the veranda, mostly to check the temperature outside. The cabin was very quiet, midway between the two elevator areas. We had the adjoining configuration and the hallway doors were open. The cabin had many closets and cubbies we didn't even use. Our suitcases fit under the bed (A CC suggestion.) We brought our magnets and they came in quite handy to keep our paperwork in control and clipped to the wall instead of getting lost on the desk (Another CC suggestion.) The cabin steward and assistant were super. They were always busy, especially when they got the new, smaller-looking cabin supply trollies in Lanzarote. We heard a rumor that X was changing the cabin staff to just one Attendant per cabin. Hopefully, they will also lower the number of cabins each attendant needs to clean. Will that change the gratuities we pay or they receive? Himmm. The Internet speed improved when I moved my Kindle to a few inches from the cabin door despite there being a Cisco wireless unit a few doors away. At home, my Kindle speed is 15 meg; in the cabin it was 1.1 meg. I wasn't the only person complaining of slow email downloads, especially from gmail. The solid shower doors made the shower compartment spacious. We had more clothes hangars than we could use. The provided pillows were quite flat so we asked for contour pillows, which were much better. Dining: We had Select Dining in the MDR, which takes up the entire 4th deck of the MDR. We always asked for a shared table and were seating with different folks in different places each time. On a previous cruise on the Equinox, we had Select dining with a reserved table. We were seated by 5:45 and out in time for the 7 pm show. This time the service was slower. We were rarely out by 7:30. Maybe X has cut back on some dining staff?? The food was always super and it was nice having shrimp cocktail each evening. We had no concerns with the dress code. Long sleeves was fine. Quite a few folks were really dressed up in suits and tuxes. The ladies, of course, always looked smashing. For breakfast and lunch, we most always ate in the Oceanview Cafe. You can get it yourself or they'll custom cook you most anything. Omelettes in the morning, steak, pork or chicken for the other meals. Sometimes the Cafe had nationality nights and all the food was labelled. The desserts were always a massive spread. Activities: We had four presenters who each gave something like 5 or 6 presentations each. We really enjoyed the presentations on Archeology, Hollywood legends and diseases and plagues (although I wish the latter presenter would have ended with "and don't forget to use the sanitizer as you leave.") Everyone enjoyed picking on Cruise Director Alejandro, including himself. Justin, his assistant, seemed to work all day and all night, and he still was enjoying himself. The evening shows were great, and since the performers were stuck on the ship for 7 days, they did a number of afternoon performances, too. There really is plenty to do on a re-positioning cruise. We did a CC Cabin Crawl, from the very spacious interior cabin to the enormously spacious Sky Suite. And we did a CC Slot Pull, where one person got us a 1000 credits! I think I saw the Casino Manager shed a tear. Ports: Barcelona, Cartagena, Agadir, Lanzarote, Tenerife, Ft Lauderdale. Barcelona: We didn't get off the ship, but X had various tours to the city and Montserrat. Cartagena: This was DIY with a double decker bus that wasn't a hop on/hop off. There is only one bus and it runs once an hour. It gives a fair overview of the area. I had printed a copy of Tom's Guide and we used it to walk around. We always felt safe. We went in the Roman Museum, which is easy to miss. That self-guided tour ended up in the Roman Theater that was just discovered a few decades ago. When you buy your tickets, tell them you are a pensioner (age 60 or so) and you save a few Euros. Agadir: This is the place made famous by 60 Minutes in their piece about Argan oil and tree-climbing goats. X had many warnings about Agadir (third world, panhandlers). We had joined a CC tour to Taroudant and Tiout, but it went downhill fast. The operator, Agadir Journey, over-extended himself. He made several reservations with other CC'ers and perhaps other folks. One tour consisted of two vehicles with one tour guide between them. One vehicle was in the garage and he merged our two vehicles into one. The tour guide got to sit on the floor. Someone wanted payment before we left the dock; we refused. Our vehicle's air conditioning didn't work. Most of the windows didn't open. The tour guide, Rod, wanted to sing to us and tell us about his girlfriends and wanting 4 wives. We had to ask him what we were seeing outside. The Tiout oasis was interesting, but if you have trouble walking, this might not be for you. The lunch at the oasis was quite good, and they had a western-style bathroom. After that, we headed to Taroudant. It was Friday, and we were told some businesses in the souk marketplace might be closed because Friday is a big prayer day, especially between noon and two. That was actually a good thing as it kept crowds light. We headed to the Argan Oil shop where the proprietor has 2 ladies crushing the Argan nuts into oil and had a room full of various Argan items. He explained what was going on and that the oil was good for smooth skin, sleep problems, sex, dandruff, puffy eyes, wrinkles and on and on. The shop also had a western-style bathroom. As we were walking out of the souk, some shops were just opening. On the way back to the ship, about a mile from the port, the guide starting yelling at the driver. Were we being kidnapped? Were we lost? No. We had to wait 10 minutes for Mr. Agadir Journey to get on the bus to get his money. After we voiced our displeasure about the lack of air conditioning, he lowered the price a bit. We got back to the ship with plenty of time to spare. Lanzarote: We didn't get off the ship. Tenerife: This is where the X warning of "don't come back late" really hits home. We decided to take the X tour to the Mt. Tiede national park. It was very interesting and quite good. Safety: We took the CC warning about pickpockets to heart and each had a moneybelt with a copy of our passports and minimal currency and plastic. We never felt threatened. Embarkation/Debarkation: We had embarked on the ship on the previous cruise with no issues. The folks at Barcelona know what they are doing. Luggage was delivered before the muster drill. Debarkation was also smooth, especially since X had told us that US Customs needed to see all employees in person before we could get off. There were no problems and we got off as expected. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2016
I love the Transatlantics...those sea days and 25 hour days are the best way to de-clutter your mind and let the stress go. Celebrity excels at trying very hard to exceed passenger expectations. The itinerary Barcelona, Cartagena, Agadir ... Read More
I love the Transatlantics...those sea days and 25 hour days are the best way to de-clutter your mind and let the stress go. Celebrity excels at trying very hard to exceed passenger expectations. The itinerary Barcelona, Cartagena, Agadir (Morocco), Lanzarote and Tenerife in the Canary Islands was the reason I chose this ship. Now the Equinox will be in the Caribbean all year around. I was a B2B passenger and as I did not change cabins my transition between cruises was very easy. They took your old sea pass and gave you a new one. Dining Room - I was on Select dining and because I was traveling with friends we were able to secure our table nightly. I was pleasantly surprised that the menu had some new items one or two every night (not the exact same menu from the previous cruise or even the previous week.) the one thing I did notice was the assistant waiters seem to be fewer than previously. Other than filling our water glasses on arrival and perhaps pouring our coffee at the end of the meal it was left to the waiter to deliver the food. They always seemed so rushed off their feet and I think this is why it took so long for our orders to be taken. Speciality Restaurants - I ate in Tuscan and thoroughly enjoyed my dinner, although it did seem rushed even though the restaurant was not crowded. The replacement of Bistro on 5 with Sushi on 5 still appeared to have the same issue, no-one ate in there! Prices appeared very steep and were items were priced on a per item. Or if your paid for a three restaurant dinner package Sushi on 5 could be one of the choices. Cabin - I had an AFT cabin that was lovely when docking or sailaway, noise nor soot were an issue, but inclement weather meant your deck was wet. It was a long walk from the elevators but I do not mind the exercise. Entertainment - my biggest issue with Celebrity is their insistence of shutting down all entertainment in the bars during the theatre shows. If you do not watch the show in the theatre then sitting in one of the lounges is very quiet. The guest lecturers were interesting Ports and Shore Excursions - I prefer smaller private groups on SE however I did take a couple of SE via Celebrity. One excursion was promoted as small group (25) but when you get your sticker there were actually 3 groups of 25. I would rate the SE I took with Celebrity an 8/10 because of their size and the focus on washroom and shopping stops. Crew - the crew were wonderful and seriously interested in your enjoyment. Always with a smile and ready to help with anything. It was obviously a lead by example as the captain was often seen walking about and adking if everything was OK. I must rate the crew as a 10/10...they really were the best TEAM I have seen on Celebrity in a while. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2016
the service and the crew were wonderful shows were good the Captain and Alejandros were great personalties. our cabin was comfortable clean and well stocked food and service in the dining room was great. we felt water should be given in ... Read More
the service and the crew were wonderful shows were good the Captain and Alejandros were great personalties. our cabin was comfortable clean and well stocked food and service in the dining room was great. we felt water should be given in the cabin. the spa facilities were good except the prices were outrageous. ports of call were good except we did not care for Morocco. we would not hesitate to go on the Equinox again. i was only disappointed in not getting a veteran discount. when it rained the crew cleaned up the wet decks as soon as possible. i would recommend Celebrity to anyone who asked me about cruises. we love the tranatlantic cruises. we are interested in transpacific cruises. your choices of transpacific cruise are not great. we did not take excursions because we had been to all the ports. we are presently booked on a June 5 cruise to slovakia. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2016
Really great transatlantic cruise from Barcelona to Fort Lauderdale. We were in a balcony cabin that seemed to have a little more space which we definetly liked. Very clean and a lot of fun activities throughout the cruise. Alejandro was a ... Read More
Really great transatlantic cruise from Barcelona to Fort Lauderdale. We were in a balcony cabin that seemed to have a little more space which we definetly liked. Very clean and a lot of fun activities throughout the cruise. Alejandro was a fantastic and funny Cruise Director. Entertainment started off a little slow, but it improved and got better as we continued our itinerary. Food was really good and dining room service was excellent. The Captain greeted us when we started the cruise and bid us a farewell at the end of the cruise as well. My wife and I were amazed to see the Captain & staff participate in activities during the sailing. They were all very visible and approachable. The "Beyond The Podium" speakers did an exceptional job. This was a special cruise for us. The only thing that was disappointing for my wife and I, were the ports of Agadir, Morocco and Lanzarote, Canary Islands. Not to exciting for us. Other than that, we really enjoyed ourselves. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2016
A great cruise! Weather was fantastic, no rough seas, loved the days at sea, there were 8 of them. Went AquaClass, enjoyed Blu restaurant (different but sometimes better than Luminae based on my experience) took in the 3 day pre cruise ... Read More
A great cruise! Weather was fantastic, no rough seas, loved the days at sea, there were 8 of them. Went AquaClass, enjoyed Blu restaurant (different but sometimes better than Luminae based on my experience) took in the 3 day pre cruise tour in Barcelona, which was great with the one exception that a planned site excursion in Barcelona was not available. Took in excursions in Cartagena, Morocco, Marikesh and the Canary Islands. All were truly an experience to remember and the weather was very cooperative. . The guides on all the shore excursions were very knowledgeable, especially the lovely lady in Barcelona. Disembarkation in Ft. Lauderdale was timely and efficient and was able to make a 1 PM flight back to Newark. This was my first experience with a repositioning cruise and the only downside to it was the fact that the ship did not hit any ports after Spain where it could re provision some supplies ( food, fresh food, etc.,) so some items were not available in the restaurants near the end of the cruise. Not a big deal, and not enough of a problem to deter the enjoyment we had on this cruise. Lastly, the staff throughout the ship were very friendly, accommodating and attentive to all our needs. Recommend this cruise Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2016
We chose this cruise for the itinerary and its continuing Transatlantic cruise. We were lucky enough to stay in the same stateroom. The process of the continuation was done seamlessly. There were over 300 of us, the whole thing was handled ... Read More
We chose this cruise for the itinerary and its continuing Transatlantic cruise. We were lucky enough to stay in the same stateroom. The process of the continuation was done seamlessly. There were over 300 of us, the whole thing was handled in 20 mins. They took our old seapass cards and were told that we could pick them up in a few days at guest relations if we wanted them back. Well, they showed up with a very nice note the next day. I keep ours as a momento, so I was relieved when we got them back. We have sailed on the Equinox several times and have always been impressed with the genuine friendly crew and officers. The ports of call were mostly new to us so we really enjoyed those. We have been to Rome several times and this time we booked a cooking class in the port city. So much fun and delish. Malta was especially interesting. We booked seaside towns & delicacies. Our lunch was very good and really highlighted the local food. The speakers in the Beyond the Podium series were excellent. Dreams, Middle East Archeology, Ancient Medicine & Hollywood Heydays. You couldn't go wrong. The only disappointment was the production shows. The singers were good, but the songs were obscure and the shows didn't make sense even when they were explained before hand. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2016
We enjoy transatlantic cruises because they offer the best value for your money. Except for the major problem with the cabin, it was a thoroughly enjoyable cruise. As always, the staff, service, and food were extra-ordinary. We have taken ... Read More
We enjoy transatlantic cruises because they offer the best value for your money. Except for the major problem with the cabin, it was a thoroughly enjoyable cruise. As always, the staff, service, and food were extra-ordinary. We have taken well over thirty cruises and can say without exception, the Equinox has the best cruise director we have ever seen. Alejandro Tortorelli was witty, entertaining, and a joy to look forward to seeing each day. If we had to choose one thing that made our trip most entertaining, it would have to be him. The dining room wait staff were terrific and satisfied our every want each evening. The Sete Cidades Crater Lakes excursion in Ponta Delgada Azores was awe inspiring. The City of Lisbon tour in Portugal was interesting as I had the opportunity to talk with several high school students whose school was directly across a park and garden we were visiting. The local people in the Azores and Portugal are all extremely friendly and many speak English. The one tour disappointment was the Tapas Tasting in Malaga. We went to three restaurants for tapas and drinks. Overall they were a disappointment for the money spent. The tapas were only fair at best. The Alicante City Sightseeing tour was interesting and gave us the opportunity to really explore the city. The Cadiz, Jerez and Sherry Cellars (Bodega) in Seville were interesting in learning the history of wine making in Spain. Sampling the Sherry was enlightening. Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
The ship itself was nice and clean and everything looked shiny and clean. The Purel bottles were everywhere and we were constantly urged to use them. I don't think anyone minded. As far as I know there was no Norovirus on this ... Read More
The ship itself was nice and clean and everything looked shiny and clean. The Purel bottles were everywhere and we were constantly urged to use them. I don't think anyone minded. As far as I know there was no Norovirus on this cruise. It did feel crowded at times, particularly at the Oceanview Buffet restaurant and in the corridors after dinner. No complaints at all about our cabin. We were in 6208, a hump cabin. We had a slightly oversized balcony with a semi-obstructed view. I knew ahead of time what the view would be like, as previous occupants of this cabin have posted photos of the view. As others have mentioned, it wasn't bad at all. Our cabin steward, Anthony, was terrific. Without asking he furnished us with a large pitcher of ice water every day. He kept the room perfect even though we rarely saw him. My wife was a bit disappointed that there were no little towel creatures every night. We cruised on the Celebrity Galaxy way back in 1998. It was a very nice cruise. I remember the food and dining service being excellent. Not so much this time. We felt that the Equinox dining experience was below par. My wife and I had to send our dinner back 4 or 5 times over the course of the 14 day cruise. At one lunch the menu described a cold potato and leek soup. When it came it to me it was piping hot! When I asked the waiter about it, he just shrugged his shoulders and said "oh, I forgot to tell you they changed it." I got the distinct impression that they they had the waiters serving more tables than they had in the past. My waiter, Rex, and his assistant Phillip were always trying but were obviously stressed. Service was sometimes very slow. Overall I was not impressed with the quality of the food that was served in the Main Dining Room nor the service. The food in the Oceanview Buffet was, for the most part, better. Although, as I mentioned, it got very crowded and at times it was difficult to find a table that the four of us could sit at together. We ate breakfast there most of the time and lunch many times. They offered a special deal of $55.00 for one meal each at the Tuscan Grill, The Silk Harvest and the Bistro on Five. We thought the meals at the Tuscan Grill and the Bistro on Five were excellent. The Silk Harvest was nice, but not as good as the other two. I was very disappointed to hear that Celebrity is turning the Bistro on Five into a sushi restaurant. I think that's a mistake. Because this was a transatlantic cruise and we had 7 straight days out at sea the staff had to work to keep us entertained. I think they did an excellent job. Lots of trivia and other fun games throughout the day and into the evening. The entertainment was mostly very good. Cruise Director Allejandro and his assistant's Rachel and Andres were excellent. Very funny and entertaining. Because of all the days at sea we had matinee shows as well as the normal evening shows. Most of them were excellent. The exceptions, I felt were Lou Gazzara, who had a nice voice but was much too theatrical. His performances were cringe worthy. Most people I spoke with about Lou Gazzara disagreed with me and felt he was terrific. The Acapela group, We Three, were absolutely awful! I hope they don't hire them again. Doug Cameron, the violinist was excellent as were the other singers that entertained us. I have to mention the excellent Equinox orchestra. They did an amazing job In addition to the musical entertainment we had three guest lecturers aboard. They lectured on the history of the region, the environment and my favorite, the ocean. Dr. Dave gave daily lectures on sea life, dolphins and whales. He was very informative as well as entertaining. I didn't know if I would enjoy all the sea days, but I found them quite relaxing. As a matter of fact I would have preferred another sea day or two at the expense of the ports of Alicante and Cadiz. We arranged our own tours at each port, forgoing the overpriced ships tours. We hired Spain/Barcelona Day Tours for Lisbon and Barcelona. They did an excellent job. We used the HoHo bus in Cadiz and Alicante and we hired local drivers in the Azores and in Malaga. I liked the Azores a lot. I was there when I was in the Navy, back in 1968, but didn't remember how beautifully lush and interesting it was. We also enjoyed Lisbon and Barcelona a great deal. At no time did we feel that we wouldn't get back to the ship in time for it's departure. Even though I complained about the food and dining service, I would cruise with Celebrity again. As a matter of fact we booked another transatlantic cruise with them for October 2017. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
This was our first transatlantic cruise, for my husband and myself, but certainly not our last. Sailing on such a beautiful ship as the Equinox was a pleasure. Embarkation was easy, and being greeted with a glass of champagne on boarding ... Read More
This was our first transatlantic cruise, for my husband and myself, but certainly not our last. Sailing on such a beautiful ship as the Equinox was a pleasure. Embarkation was easy, and being greeted with a glass of champagne on boarding the ship was a nice touch. Our interior cabin was as spacious as the balcony rooms we glimpsed. Even though our cabin was quite forward and on the 9th deck, with the first three days of choppy seas, the ship's stabilizers held the ship steady, and we were able to sleep comfortably, with no queasiness. The menus in the main dining room provided a nice variety of choices. After the second day, I commented to the waiters that the food was too salty. Immediately, the maitre'd appeared and assured me that , every evening, he would provide me with the next day's menu, and I could choose my meal, to be cooked salt-free. He was true to his word. We were so very impressed with him, with the wait staff, and indeed, all of the crew. From the officers on down to the maintenance crew, all were professional, hard-working, and concerned with our comfort and satisfaction. The Oceanview Café was equally pleasing, with a nice variety of foods, and strict cleanliness evident everywhere. I had been concerned that we would be bored with so many sea days, but there were so many activities to entertain us. Watercolor painting classes, glass-blowing demos, three guest speakers giving lectures on various topics, passenger games and talent shows, and dance classes, to name a few. Evening shows were very entertaining, with an occasional disappointment. The Equinox band, singers, and dancers are outstanding. We took one shore excursion, in Lisbon. The sights were interesting, the tour guide was knowledgeable, and the only complaint from the mostly senior passengers, was the lack of adequate restroom stops. No need for me to comment further! In 14 days, we stopped at 5 port-of-call before disembarking at Barcelona. All were convenient and interesting to explore (Azores, Lisbon, Cadiz, Malaga, and Alicante). We felt that we had a very worth-while cruise, and definitely would love to do a similar cruise with Celebrity. Disembarkation was speedy and efficient. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
My niece and I thorough enjoyed this cruise. I was concerned as she's 30, and due to the timing and itinerary, I expected the average age of cruisers to be seniors - and they were (so am I.) We were travelling with friends, one in ... Read More
My niece and I thorough enjoyed this cruise. I was concerned as she's 30, and due to the timing and itinerary, I expected the average age of cruisers to be seniors - and they were (so am I.) We were travelling with friends, one in an Aqua class and another with an veranda. Knowing we'd spend little time in our cabin, we selected an inside cabin and weren't sorry. Our cabin was identical in size to the veranda cabin, just without a window. If you're not claustrophobic, it's a great bargain. In cabin tips, if you're in an inside, bring a night light. For any cabin, there are only two outlets, and with multiple chargers, can be a problem. Bring an inexpensive power strip (I ended up leaving mine.) The hair dryer is adequate, you can get along without bringing one. Warned hangers might be at a premium, I also brought a few wire hangers and obviously the folks before me did too as the closet had the standard wood ones and a collection of wire hangers. There's plenty of storage in the cabin and bathroom even for two women. Beverage packages: Let the buyer beware. Even if you think you want a cocktail as soon as you get on board, buy packages once you're on the ship. You get coffee, tea, water, fruit punch and orange juice included and accessible throughout the day in the buffet. The tap water is fully filtered and as good to drink as any bottled water (bring a water bottle and, maybe, some powdered drink flavors.) Are you really going to drink $35-40 a day in cocktail, beer and "premium" coffee/tea? The drink package prices are plus 18% gratuity. That bottle of Evian in your room every day is going to cost you $5.50 even if you have a drink package. Drink packages don't apply for room service. The food and our wait staff were wonderful, menu offered great and multiple choices, definitely upscale We never used the specialty restaurants because we were so pleased with the quality and selection. Tip: don't advance purchase specialty restaurant packages. The $99 for 3, dropped to $55 for 3 halfway through the cruise. Land tours: pre-purchasing is a good idea. A $79 tour purchased 3 months previous, jumps to as much as $99 the closer you get to departure. You can always cancel up to 24-hours in advance with a full refund. A caveat for those who have impaired walking (we didn't), "mild" and "moderate" both contain vigorous walking. Our "White Villages" tour rated moderate, required a walk of a mile and a half uphill at a 35-40 incline on cobblestones. It was definitely taxing for some with canes or limps. Most of the tours included much more walking than advertised. Clothing presents a challenge. Remember, on board you're in temperature controlled environment. We didn't pack enough short sleeve tops or and needed another pair of capris pants for on board (a total of 9 days.) A light jacket or fleece is good for sitting around the pool area some days and later layering on land. Day tours are best layered, you simply don't know. We had 76 degree days, when pre-forecast was for 70, and it is the Costa del Sol. Nighttime some ladies go to sequins and long gowns, but probably only 30-40% The rest just dress as you would in a nice restaurant at home. The black slacks and multiple tops works great.. Daytime you'll see lots of jogging and yoga clothes despite their "upscale Love Celebrity (only previous experience was Carnival, never again), this is definitely Royal's upscale product. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
We chose a Deck 3 OV cabin. Excellent cabin, and excellent location, close to dining room, theater, views of the ocean, and foyer. Our cabin attendants, Irena and Oliver, were outstanding not only in their work, but also in their ... Read More
We chose a Deck 3 OV cabin. Excellent cabin, and excellent location, close to dining room, theater, views of the ocean, and foyer. Our cabin attendants, Irena and Oliver, were outstanding not only in their work, but also in their friendliness. Their bright smiles and warm Good Mornings started our days even better than a first cup of coffee. As it turned out, another attendant on Deck 3, Anthony, stopped to say hello one day. He had been in charge of our cabin on Silhouette two years ago, and had served us well (in sickness and in health!) Another crew member from two years ago also recognized us. Happy Anniversary, Alin! The activities available each sea day were overwhelming. Multiple fitness and dance classes, lectures with three presenters, Elite events, and much more. We tried, but only took part in some. The first two production shows were quite interesting and well done. The third, "Elysium", was by far the best stage show we have ever seen at sea. The singers and dancers were mesmerizing. The closeup salsa show by the dancers in Sky Lounge one evening was electric, and truly a Wow! These people can dance! They are excellent teachers, too, as we found out in their daytime Casino Ruedo, Broadway, and other classes. We did 8:30 traditional dining, and had a wonderful table of seven. Our fine waiter, Oscar, never once complained about the fact that we came pretty close to being the last ones in the dining room each evening. Sky Lounge is a beautiful space, and we very much enjoyed the Elite cocktail time there each evening. Good service, good company. Our only complaint was that the nightly live music was too loud for comfortable conversation, even in the farthest areas of the room, and even too loud for dancing on the adjacent dance floor. On our last ten cruises, we've said "This will be our last cruise". This one changed that. Overall, an outstanding cruise. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
All I can say about our Transatlantic cruise was it was the best we have taken. There are two primary reasons for this - the Penthouse Suite 1611, and our Butler - Emir. The penthouse is spacious, and when traveling with friends is an ... Read More
All I can say about our Transatlantic cruise was it was the best we have taken. There are two primary reasons for this - the Penthouse Suite 1611, and our Butler - Emir. The penthouse is spacious, and when traveling with friends is an excellent place to relax, consume beverages, watch the sail away, etc. Our butler was exceptional (at least to us - one of our neighbors made a list for me of all the things he should do at a minimum, and he did even more). For us the Premium Beverage Package was included in the stateroom pricing so there was absolutely no pressure to increase our spending of nickels and dimes. The ship is beautiful with a wide variety of entertainment options. For me, one of the most interesting options was watching the Corning Glass Blowing exhibit. I was truly amazed by it. We did not eat in the MDR much (Suite passengers normally do not eat in the MDR because there is a special restaurant ((Luminae)) for Suite passengers and guests. We ate in the MDR because we had friends on board who were not Suite passengers and the Maître D made an exception for us. You will find that some of the rules are flexible when you are the guests in Suite 1611. Anyway our favorite specialty restaurant was Munroe - we only ordered off the regular page - they have a specialty page where for an additional $85 p/p you receive five courses with five different wines. The word on the street was you best have skipped both breakfast and lunch if you are ordering from that page. The volume of the food served is enormous along with the exceptional quality. I am new to Cruise Critic, and do not have a listing of cruises we have taken. We are Elite in the Princess World, Diamond in the Royal Caribbean World and Wannabes in the other cruise lines. Having said that we would definitely sail on this ship in this cabin again. In fact we are - next March, sailing on the Equinox in Cabin 1611, sailing around the Caribbean. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
The cruise itinerary was what we were looking for. The crew in the ship when beyond their needs to make us feel at home. All the activity that had kept us busy all the time in the cruise. Dining was perfect, the venues food was excellent. ... Read More
The cruise itinerary was what we were looking for. The crew in the ship when beyond their needs to make us feel at home. All the activity that had kept us busy all the time in the cruise. Dining was perfect, the venues food was excellent. The shore excursions are well plan,the crew all know what they have to do.This was my first cruise with Celebrity and it wouldn't be last one. I was very satisfied overall with everything, I will definitely tell my family and friends. The entertainment was constant it made the trip very enjoyable. The ship size was very good it didn't feel you had to walk a long way to get to were you wanted to go. My wife used the beauty salon and she was very satisfied with the outcome. The port cities that we visit were magnificent, we wish we had a little more time in each port. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2016
The ship was fantastic, the entertainment great. The activities to do every hour were too many to choose from. So many things to do that I didn't have time to read my book, go in the pool, or gamble, ( the things you would normally ... Read More
The ship was fantastic, the entertainment great. The activities to do every hour were too many to choose from. So many things to do that I didn't have time to read my book, go in the pool, or gamble, ( the things you would normally think you do on a ship.)The activity director and crew just wonderful. The ship was not so huge that you got lost but not so small that you ran out of activities. Every crew member seemed happy like they were on vacation too. But I know they were all quite busy. They were all friendly and helpful. The excursions were good, some better than others. There was a grassy area on top where they had wine and cheese parties. I thought that was different. I was sad to leave the ship after two weeks. If you have the time, a repositioning cruise is an economical way to get to Europe. Read Less
14 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
My soul mate and I selected this cruise to cruise on Celebrity to Barcelona last year. We are Elite members and had enjoyed sailing with Celebrity. My soul mate went to the Lord in February. Since the cruise was scheduled for April 15 and ... Read More
My soul mate and I selected this cruise to cruise on Celebrity to Barcelona last year. We are Elite members and had enjoyed sailing with Celebrity. My soul mate went to the Lord in February. Since the cruise was scheduled for April 15 and we were traveling with friends I decided to continue on the cruise. I called Celebrity and told them my wife of 63 years passed away and still desired to go on the cruise. They said fine but the cost for a single cabin is 200% for the Sky Suite you booked. I repeat 200%. The same as two people in the cabin. I hope Celebrity enjoys the money they charged my wife while she is in heaven. Once on the ship I went to the Spa to use the stream room. i was to told I could not use the stream room because I was not on the Aqua deck. I am in the Sky Suite which cost more and a Elite member and was told if I wanted to pay $140 I could use the stream room. I don't know who makes the rules but they need to reconsider. My cabin attendant was outstanding. In fact all of the staff were just great. The food was very good. The bar attendant in the special room for suites was truly outstanding. All most every night she was the only bar tender and she worked so hard to mix drinks, serve the drinks and clean all the tables. she deserve a medal. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
After a very stressful encounter with US Immigration at Miami, and I have to say it takes a special kind of bully to treat people with such contempt and disregard knowing they are unable to say or do anything about it. Our American ... Read More
After a very stressful encounter with US Immigration at Miami, and I have to say it takes a special kind of bully to treat people with such contempt and disregard knowing they are unable to say or do anything about it. Our American friends reassured us that they receive the same treatment. Shame these officials seem to forget we are tourists and visitors to the States and not criminals. Anyway, rant over, we had a restful 24 hours in beautiful Fort Lauderdale at the Gallery One Doubletree Hotel, and if you have a few spare hours in Fort Lauderdale, it's well worth spending a couple of relaxing hours on the inter-coastal waterway on the narrated water taxi ride. We then embarked on the Celebrity Equinox for our second cruise on this particular ship. Although we have completed over forty cruises, this was our first Transatlantic crossing. The embarkation process at Fort Lauderdale was hassle free, speedy and efficient, and as is often the case, we did not have to wait too long before our cabin was ready. Just like on our previous journey on this ship, the cabin was clean and well decorated, but there are still not enough drawers in the room. We had a concierge balcony cabin this time, as keen football fans, we were relieved to see there was a Sky Sports news channel on the to. We are trying to speed up the process of obtaining Elite Plus within Celebrity’s Loyalty programme. Whilst I am on the subject of Celebrity's generous loyalty programme, we were concerned to hear that due to the large number of Elite and above Captain's Club members on this crossing, there would not be the usual two hour daily gathering, instead there would be a voucher system enabling members to get three complimentary drinks. As it turned out, this didn't have the negative impact we were worried about as many members still met in the Skyview Lounge. But it does leave us wondering, how Celebrity will cope in the future with the growing membership of their loyalty programme which surely must be one of the best in the industry. Presumably at some point Celebrity are going to have a capacity problem. I guess at this point I should mention the itinerary for this cruise across the Atlantic which involved stops at Ponta Delgada In the Azores, Lisbon in Portugal, Cadiz, Malaga, Alicante and Barcelona in Spain for disembarkation. One thing that we unexpectedly found hard, and, maybe it's an age thing, was the amount of times we had to put the clocks forward. Five times over the course of one cruise is the most we have ever done! Obviously this is a consequence of crossing the Atlantic, nevertheless we did find it tougher than expected. We never thought it would be possible to recreate the ambience that the smaller ships possess, but they seem to have cracked it on the Equinox. As far as we are concerned, the interaction with staff can make or break a cruise, everybody on the Equinox was so friendly, and the staff on guest relations were some of the best we have ever encountered. As usual the staff in the main dining room were friendly and accommodating, but even the staff in the buffet were happy and smiley,which in our experience is not always the case. Last time we were on board the Equinox I criticised the officers for not being very visible, sadly this is still the case with some of the senior officers, but happily there were plenty of friendly junior officers often around in the Skyview Lounge, who always took the time to come and talk to us, something that we really appreciate. Just a couple of gripes and they are my usual ones. The food can be a bit boring and repetitive, unless you want to pay for specialist dining, where the food was of a extremely high standard. As usual, the spa treatments were grossly over priced. I often wonder if the agencies that run these spas, have the outdated opinion that only rich people cruise. Happily those days have long gone. However it did seem to us that there were more discounted offers on this cruise, although personally they still did not represent value for money for us. As regards the ship itself as you would expect, it was clean and in good decorative order, and unusually there were no roped off areas. Having previously visited some of the ports of call on this cruise, we only booked two of the ship’s excursions, and one of them was transportation to the beautiful city of Seville, where we were given three hours to explore independently. Obviously this was nowhere near enough time, and we intend to go back for a couple of days in the future, but we recommend if time is limited, you should take in the views at Metropol Parasol, because you can wait a long time in line at Torre Giralda, and you should also visit Plaza de España with its beautiful buildings and grounds. Our other excursion was a city tour with tapas and wine tasting at three venues in Malaga, which we thought was fair value for money and great fun. We love Lisbon and Cadiz which we explored independently and believe both of these cities are well worth a visit. Unusually, we disembarked the Equinox a day early in Alicante, purely because we have a house only an hour away, so it made no sense to carry on to Barcelona, and then have to fly back, particularly as we have been there before and will be again. Normally I would offer an appraisal of the gym, but for the first time ever on a cruise, I spent very little time in there as I am having surgery on my shoulder when we return to the UK, but from a brief visit I can only repeat what I said on my last review of the Equinox,the gym is large, clean and very ell equipped. I should also mention there were a lot of outdoor classes including Zumba which seemed very well attended again unfortunately because of a painful shoulder I was unable to participate. Generally there seemed to be a lot more activities and entertainment on this ship, presumably because it was a transatlantic crossing with lots of sea days, there were even matinee shows in the afternoon. We didn't go to many shows but enjoyed the ones we did and from what we heard from fellow passengers, the shows we missed were of a high standard too. In summary We thoroughly enjoyed this transatlantic cruise, and after two sailings on the Equinox, after the first I said this ship lacked character, which I would not say now, we have grown to appreciate this ship, so much so that we shall complete the reverse transatlantic in October, and stay on for a back to back. Generally the staff were helpful and friendly as were the junior officers we met. Once again, thanks to the Captain's Club, all be it unofficial on this cruise, we have met and made some new friends from across the pond in the US, just like the ones we cruised with on this occasion, friends we met in the Captain's a club four years ago. We are big fans of Celebrity, we always feel we are returning to extended family when we cruise with them. We only wish the staff in the offices of Celebrity UK were as friendly and helpful as their colleagues on board ship, but that's another story. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2015
My last "cruise" was courtesy of the US Navy 40 years ago when I served in the USMC. Unlike many of my companions on that one, I enjoyed it despite the cramped quarters and sparse amenities. Since then, I'd always been ... Read More
My last "cruise" was courtesy of the US Navy 40 years ago when I served in the USMC. Unlike many of my companions on that one, I enjoyed it despite the cramped quarters and sparse amenities. Since then, I'd always been curious about civilian cruises and wanted someday to return to sea. I convinced my wife that we should return from our fall tour of Spain via cruise ship, as the repositioning trans-Atlantic fares were very attractive. She was somewhat reluctant, expressing concern over such a long voyage, but gave in. Our travel agent recommended Celebrity based on satisfaction of her clients. We embarked in Barcelona on October 27th after spending 10 days in Spain. We had our luggage tagged, but no one from Celebrity ever offered to help us drag the heavy cases aboard, so I subtract one star for the pain and inconvenience of lugging that stuff to our room. (my left shoulder is still sore) Otherwise, everything went very well. The cabin was larger than expected, especially the bathroom. We had a balcony room and used the veranda daily, enjoying it thoroughly. Daily service was quick, friendly, and efficient. The room was straightened up as we went to breakfast and we always returned to a fresh, clean cabin. The Equinox is a large and impressive vessel accommodating nearly 3000 guests. Relatively new, it's very well appointed and the common areas are most attractive, giving the impression of a 4 star hotel. We dined each evening in the main restaurant at our assigned table with three interesting and well traveled ladies. Service from our two waiters, Julio and Leonaldo, was excellent. The nightly menu featured several standard items and then 3 - 4 offerings that changed daily. All meals and desserts were very satisfying. We went to the main dining room occasionally for breakfast and lunch, again being very pleased each time. But most often, we took the morning and midday meals topside in the Oceanview Cafe, a large cafeteria with a wide variety of international dishes, which we always enjoyed. Entertainment options were varied and there were so many that we simply couldn't attend all that looked interesting because of schedule conflicts, but never regretted the choices we made. The evening shows were generally the highlight and were well attended, so we quickly learned to arrive early in order to find good seating. Shore excursions were offered for Valencia, and Malaga in mainland Spain, then Lanzarote and Tenerife in the Canary Islands. Each was a very attractive stop with experienced tour guides leading the way. But I have to admit that what I enjoyed even more were the days at sea, when I could pretty much set my own schedule and participate in as many activities as time allowed or sit on the veranda and read if I preferred. Even though this cruise was in late Oct/early Nov, temperatures were surprisingly warm and I found myself wishing that I would have brought more shorts and lightweight shirts. The weatherman certainly provided optimum conditions for this crossing. Disembarkation in Ft Lauderdale was quick and efficient. Then it was on the airport and a flight back to reality, Oh, that reluctant wife I mentioned a few paragraphs above? She's now a cruise enthusiast. We're planning a cruise to the Carib for 2017. And we'll go with Celebrity again. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2015
We returned to the USA this morning, wrapping up an 18-day trip that included 4+ days in Barcelona and then the 13-night transatlantic cruise. We really enjoy the Solstice-class ships and this was no exception. The semi-annual ... Read More
We returned to the USA this morning, wrapping up an 18-day trip that included 4+ days in Barcelona and then the 13-night transatlantic cruise. We really enjoy the Solstice-class ships and this was no exception. The semi-annual transatlantic crossing is really nice. Plenty of time to make new friends and experience new places. And love-love-love the six 25-hour days going East to West!! Very smooth seas for us. Departure from Barcelona -- a lovely city to visit. This was our third visit and we still haven't seen all the main sights. Port was well-designed and an easy taxi ride from center city. Cabin 1625 - situated perfectly -- somewhat aft but excellent access to elevators, restaurants, Guest Relations, etc. Cabin was Aqua Class. This is our favorite area of the ship to have a cabin -- deck doesn't matter. Dinner Dining was in Blu (Aqua Class) - This is our 4th time in Blu and maybe the novelty is wearing off. The service was still excellent but we are not enjoying the food as much as on earlier cruises. We are told the menu hadn't changed in several years, but we found a number of nights when we just weren't attracted to anything listed. We either defaulted to one of the standards like steak or chicken, or requested something from the main Dining Room. A couple of times we ate dinner up in the Oceanside so we could have sushi (only the non-fishy stuff!) and a wide selection of other items. We only went to Blu once for breakfast, preferring either the Tuscan Grille Captain's Club morning offering or simply the buffet up in the Oceanside Café. Lunch was always in the Oceanside and there was a huge variety of good things to choose from. Relaxing - there are so many areas to choose from. We always wonder where the other 2,000+ guests are because there is no problem finding a place to hang out. We love to read and it is so conducive to that! Total of eight days at sea -- never once got bored!!! Entertainment - went to several fabulous shows but skipped most of them simply because we were too late for first show and didn't want to sty up for second show -- we were VERY early to bed and VERY early to rise. Activities - lots to choose from -- Brandon was great Activities Director. Ports - Valencia is an amazing city. Wish we had stayed overnight. Took a tour out to the caves of St Joseph -- great excursion. Must go back to Valencia. Malaga was also fascinating -- we took a walking tour of the city and it was excellent. Accerife in the Canaries was not so interesting for us -- we did not do an excursion but did enjoy a nice lunch on the lagoon of the city. Tenerife was much more interesting and we enjoyed our excursion up to the volcano. Disembarkation -- Very very smooth -- one of the easiest we have experienced. Read Less
Celebrity Equinox Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.6
Dining 4.5 4.3
Entertainment 4.0 3.9
Public Rooms 5.0 4.7
Fitness Recreation 4.0 4.3
Family 4.0 4.3
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.8
Enrichment 4.0 3.9
Service 5.0 4.6
Value For Money 4.5 4.2
Rates 4.0 4.3

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