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Sail Date: April 2018
i would definitely go back on this ship the staff were so friendly and couldnt do enough for you and the ship was spotlessly clean the entertainment was superb very professional done the food was amazing in the buffet style or the fine ... Read More
i would definitely go back on this ship the staff were so friendly and couldnt do enough for you and the ship was spotlessly clean the entertainment was superb very professional done the food was amazing in the buffet style or the fine dining we tried the italian restaurant we were not impressed by this as the pasta was either too thick or calimari over cooked. staff were nice though. would recommend this ship . our room maid was julliann who was just brilliant nothing was a problem to her. we did the excursion at st martens which was really good and interesting worth the money, our cabin was slightly small for three ladies in it but the beds were comfy enough one of us had to sleep on sofa even though we all paid the same money but the balcony was great would def get a balcony next time . Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2018
I wanted to try it, never been...luxurious, impeccable service, very friendly. Entertainment was beyond expectation, and I am very discerning. Great singers, stand-up comedy was excellent. I was a bit confused with dining though, ... Read More
I wanted to try it, never been...luxurious, impeccable service, very friendly. Entertainment was beyond expectation, and I am very discerning. Great singers, stand-up comedy was excellent. I was a bit confused with dining though, didn't realise I was going to be on a potentially different table every night, as I had no set time. Wish there was a table for people travelling on their own, I had dinners by myself sometime, which I did not like. I realise there was a bar where people on their own could meet, my fault I did not investigate. People were generally friendly. I also felt that all beverages could be included in the drinks package, i.e. water, coffee, wine, beer etc., instead of separate packages for separate drinks. On the whole, I enjoyed it very much, very luxurious, swimming pools were packed for my liking, but that is to be expected. The only downside was disembarkation, it was shambles once you got off the ship. Very organised getting off, but I was taking a shuttle to Miami, and there was no sign where to go, so I missed two shuttles before I found the right place to wait. The customs were very slow, two officers initially for all those people! If that was faster, it would have been perfect. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2018
The CREW makes the difference.... And we realize that dry dock timing matters on when things are fresh and updated. Crew service was excellent. Very welcoming. The ship is in great condition-- both the public rooms and ... Read More
The CREW makes the difference.... And we realize that dry dock timing matters on when things are fresh and updated. Crew service was excellent. Very welcoming. The ship is in great condition-- both the public rooms and cabins...including carpeting, wall coverings and finishes. MDR food is underwhelming... and some items are very much "cafeteria" quality. Specialty restaurants are outstanding... Cafe--deck 14 serves plenty of options for breakfast and lunch... Stage shows are just "ok"... Second Visiting comedian was excellent--funny without being debased and profane The visiting jazz ensemble was outstanding....Hope we run into them again on another sailing Embarkation-- easy at FtL Concierge Lunch on embarkation in MDR was nice after the hustle of getting onboard. Select Dining is awkward and trying to group with other passengers is a huge problem. Service at the bars is excellent Martini Bar was monopolized by a traveling "group" of 35+ so we didn't get to enjoy it Debarkation-- Ship was late into port--and then it seemed delayed to be cleared. We suspect it was just a matter of port congestion-- 5 ships in port Not sure what benefit there is to Concierge Class for Debarkation vs Self-portage Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
Spent a week on the Celebrity Silhouette January 2018 and found the ship to be immaculate and the staff to be wonderful. Great modern ship with great outside space which never seemed overcrowded. I was sailing on my own and generally ... Read More
Spent a week on the Celebrity Silhouette January 2018 and found the ship to be immaculate and the staff to be wonderful. Great modern ship with great outside space which never seemed overcrowded. I was sailing on my own and generally found the ship to be very friendly but maybe not as much as some other ships that I have sailed on. The food was amazing and I really do believe it to be some of the best at sea and the selection of different places you can eat is second to none. I video where ever I go so if anyone is interested there I am putting a full set of blogs up on youtube which will show you first hand what the ship is really like. for a full ship tour without having to be bored by me :-): https://youtu.be/_JN0nHLN9B0 In general I found the ship clean, fun, and friendly. I especially liked some of the different events celebrity have introduced like the full moon party and silent disco, both great fun and totally recommended. I would definitely sail celebrity again but maybe with other people and not on my own. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2017
Just did the Fort Lauderdale to Amsterdam crossing in a Concierge cabin as a solo cruiser. The cabin was just what I wanted deck 10 right on the stern so aft facing, perfect for lunch on a sunny day, although having a concierge didn't ... Read More
Just did the Fort Lauderdale to Amsterdam crossing in a Concierge cabin as a solo cruiser. The cabin was just what I wanted deck 10 right on the stern so aft facing, perfect for lunch on a sunny day, although having a concierge didn't seem to add much to the experience. Free style dining worked well, the longest wait for a table (with a pager!) was 10 minutes. Food was good verging on the very good, although why did they do away with toast racks at breakfast, toast just plonked on the plate is hardly 5 star. The entertainment was really good, with lots of extra matinees on sea days to while away the time. The ships singing and dancing team were first rate although the choice of show songs were a bit weird, if your doing a show of hits from Broadway Shows "the drowsy chaperone" doesn't immediately come to mind. Still they were very talented. Although the Silhouette was full there was never a problem finding a lounger even in the covered pool area on rainy days. Biggest obstacle to relaxation was the all pervading piped music, why oh why do we have to have it when everyone has their own set of phones these days, still, this is a problem with all cruise lines not just Celebrity and I for one hate it! Finally Amsterdam cruise terminal is such a convenient place to disembark, walk off the ship, pick up case then a 10 minute (yes 10 minute) stroll to Central Station then Thalys and Eurostar to London, soo much nicer than flying. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
This ship is identical to Eclipse I was on in the other direction last Nov. A fabulous ship, so clean and well maintained it looks two days old....everything you could want in a cruise, outdoor and indoor pools, endless places to eat, ... Read More
This ship is identical to Eclipse I was on in the other direction last Nov. A fabulous ship, so clean and well maintained it looks two days old....everything you could want in a cruise, outdoor and indoor pools, endless places to eat, things to occupy your time and huge shows and specialty entertainers. The food through out the ship is as good as you could want in a 5 star hotel. My stateroom was on deck 8 and with a balcony and I was traveling solo so it was amazing...large T.V. that actually worked with films, news, cartoons for kids. I take cruises because I find it the last remaining place I can dress UP and go to dinner. Sadly I had the same BAD experience on the Silhouette as I had on the Eclipse...being a single MALE the person assigning the tables decided I was irrelevant and I was give ON BOTH SHIPS the same bad table up against a work station...I had trays of dirty dishes pilled behind my head and my talbe and one other were stuck in between the station and a pole. I could see very little and being alone it made dining very boreing. I have a hearing problem so I dine alone rather than bug others when I can't answer them. I paid for select dining (paying all tips in advance)...It's advertised as Dine at Your Time and ge the best Available table. This dosn't happen! Others were getting reserved seating and had great tables every night - when I asked for a better table they sent me from Starboard side to Port side - TO THE IDENTICAL TABLE. I gave up, and stopped dressing for dinner, wore track suit and ate in the Buffet every night after three goes at the dining room. N.C.L. is the only ship that knows how to fairly treat solo travellers. Also I must mention...if you wear hearing aids or have sensitive hearing stay away from the theatres on both ships...the sound is so blasting and distored you ears buzz. Every one I spoke with had the same complaint. The sound is for a target market of 20 to 30 year olds. The actual passengers are 50 to 80. The sound tech. is to blame because even the feature piano player Leonardo was great but when the orchestra joined in they totally drowned him out as they did in all the big feature shows...The brilliant cas were shreaking to be heard. When they sang in the main lobby they were marvellous, you could hear and understand them... So...no dining room for me (I could pay $45. U.S. extra and get a good table in a feature restaurant where the fool was identical) No chance for me in the main dining room...shows too blasting....I took out both hearing aids and it was still too loud...I spoke to everyone comming out and they were all angry, many left the theatre after 10 min. I wanted to see the Beatles Tribute but knew I would loose what was left of my hearing. It did actually affect my hear...its just not worth the risk...blasing rock shows is how I lost my hearing in the first place. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2014
This cruise was doomed from the start. We were initially supposed to go to San Juan, St. Kitts and St. Marteen. They announced a few days before the cruise that the ship had 'propulsion problems' and we couldn't make San ... Read More
This cruise was doomed from the start. We were initially supposed to go to San Juan, St. Kitts and St. Marteen. They announced a few days before the cruise that the ship had 'propulsion problems' and we couldn't make San Juan the first day, so we would skip the stop. Then we had a medical emergency and returned to port in the middle of the first night. Change schedule again. Skip St. Kitts and stop in San Juan for an entire day. So only two ports and 4 days at sea. They gave each stateroom a $100 credit. Not sufficient enough for skipping a port. The TV's in the rooms had very poor reception and didn't work very well. Limited free movies, but huge selection of adult films to pay for! Not my bag by the way. Entertainment was average, unless you are from NY and love Broadway type shows. Some of the comedians were good, some boring. The band in the Sky Lounge was excellent. The 'grass' area was a waste of space. They would charge you to use cabanas or lounge areas on the grass. Celebrity obviously knew the problems with the ship and should have made other arrangements for ports, given more of a credit or changed ships. Two stops was not enough for a week cruise. too many cruise lines are going to 'charging for everything' including the spa facilities. Will avoid Celebrity going forward. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2014
• Background information Single Traveler-Mid 50's-Have cruised ~25 times, 18 of those times with Celebrity • Ship information Celebrity Silhouette-Celebrity Silhouette is the fourth ship in the Solstice class, it was placed in ... Read More
• Background information Single Traveler-Mid 50's-Have cruised ~25 times, 18 of those times with Celebrity • Ship information Celebrity Silhouette-Celebrity Silhouette is the fourth ship in the Solstice class, it was placed in service in July of 2011. I had sailed on Silhouette in December of 2012, so was curious to see if any changes had been made. • Activities Very enthusiastic CD (Aren’t they all though). Do like that Celebrity lets them run their own programs • Service Had a really excellent butler and room attendant this cruise. The real standout for service though was the Michaels club concierge Anca. She reminded me of a concierge at a Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Anything she could do to help you she would. Anytime she saw you she would check in to see if anything you needed could be provided. I think at least 3 or 4 times she called just to see if there was anything I needed. Even the 5th day of the cruise when I wanted to get a reservation for an alcove on the 6th day and they were sold out, she manage to get me one an hour after I spoke to her. She truly provided an exceptional quality of service. • Port & shore excursions Only went ashore in Grand Cayman, and went on the Celebrity Stingray Swim. It was fun. Was glad we booked with Celebrity as the boat broke down heading back to the ship, so we were an hour behind schedule, but because it was a Celebrity booked excursion the ship waited for us • Travel to embarkation Port Downtown FLL to cruise port is only a 10 minute cab ride. So transfers were quick and easy. I posted a listing on CC and split the cost for a GMC Yukon among 4 of us • Cabin I really love the Celebrity Suites(CS). I was in 1617. Roomy and lots of storage. Balcony big enough for a padded lounger, a table with two chairs, and a second lounger. Suite has a combination tub/shower. Was glad to see they replaced the hand held shower contraption with a rainfall shower head. I’m 6’1” and I could fit in comfortably with a few inches to spare • Dining Main Dining Room-Really enjoyed it every night we attended (4 out of 7), the service was exceptionally good. All members of the team Waiter, Asst Waiter and Wine Steward were attentive, smiling , with great attention to detail. Food quality was good but not great. You could see differences from a just a few years ago. For example Short Ribs, two small pieces (I’m guessing about 5 oz, vice 8 oz a year ago), shrimp in the shrimp cocktail smaller and lesser quantity, etc. • Specialty Dining Specialty Dining packages- Celebrity advertise the packages which seemed like a good deal, but didn’t really like that they were premade packages rather than packages could be created. For example you can buy a 3 package deal for Murano, Tuscan Grille, and Qsine for a discount, but you have to eat in those three, NOT your three favorite restaurants, but one of each instead Qsine- I loved it-I loved the theme of it, and the execution, staff were “bubbly” fun, but still professional. Food was excellent. I can’t think of anything I had that I didn’t like. Especially enjoyed the Disco Shrimp, Treseviche, and Painters Mignon. Having dined now in Qsine a few times, I think the concept works best with a group of 4-6, less or more people it doesn’t flow as well Lawn Club Grille-My favorite specialty dining venue in Celebrity’s fleet. Atmosphere is delightful (as is the sea air), like that it’s open and glassed in but also has features that allows it to be used on a cool or windy night. The menu is exceptional. Best lamb chops onboard, filet was fantastic, even has a first class salad bar. Enjoyed the flat bread starters (we tried all, found the chicken our favorite). Loved the side dishes as well, the baked beans and the creamed corn were excellent and had their own flair. Finished off the meal with the Warm Chocolate Chip Cookie (about 7” in diameter and about 1” thick). • Entertainment Always interesting, but generally not memorable to me. I admire the heck out of their spirit, but all the online shows seem to blend together Alcove rental-I did try the alcove rental this voyage and really enjoyed it. It was $149 for a sea day and that included a couple of large bottles of water, cheese platter, some cookies, etc. Small phone mounted on wall to contact attendant, and he was there in 30 seconds . Nice that you can let in the sun or block it whatever your preference and only takes him about 40 seconds to change it. Only complaint I have about the Alcoves is booking them. Advertised on the website that you can do it online and if you book more than one day, you get a discount, and you can’t do either. Have tried on 2 different cruises to book in advance and also book more than one day. The web site didn’t allow either (tried both a week and a month in advance), but once got onboard was able to book it, but they said they new nothing about a discount about booking for more than one visit. It’s a minor annoyance, but still an annoyance when you see an advertised service and it doesn’t exist. • Disembarkation Simple and Easy. This time I tried the “Luggage Valet” service. You pay an extra $20 and the last night you put your bags outside your door, and they are transferred directly to your airline, so the next time you see them is when you arrive at your home airport. It was a simple well executed service and really appreciated the convenience of it. • Summary Excellent trip. Hats off to the Hotel Director Stephane Coutouly who did both the duties of the Hotel Director and Food and Beverage Manager, the cruise director Mark Bachiochi who kept up the energy and kept it fun, and a special thanks to Anca, the Michaels club concierge who was superb.   Read Less
Sail Date: December 2013
A group of us that had met on Cruise critic got together for a shared ride from central Rome to the port. We were dropped right off at the dock and our luggage was taken immediately by the porters. We all walked in and those in Aqua class ... Read More
A group of us that had met on Cruise critic got together for a shared ride from central Rome to the port. We were dropped right off at the dock and our luggage was taken immediately by the porters. We all walked in and those in Aqua class and suites had priority check in. But there were so many vacant counter agents no one waited. I went through and was on board within minutes. There were staff everywhere directing passengers helping them find their way around the ship. At all the elevators common areas and restaurants. The ship was spotless and was constantly being wiped of any hand prints or germs. It was very windy outside and started to rain so we did not go back out to explore the port. We went upstairs to the buffet and had lunch. At around 1pm our cabins were ready. Mine was a 2A midship port side. I was on my own so I really could spread my clothes out. My friends next door had 3 in their cabin but still had enough space. My cabin had the desk up front and the bed near the veranda. On the balcony you could see the life boat below you if you looked down, but if you sat down or from the room you didn't see it at all. The only thing is you couldn't see what was going on at sail aways, you had to be on the hump or on deck 5 for a good view. I was very glad to be midship. Those at the bow or stern certainly could feel the bad weather a lot more than I did. My stewards were great, my room was always kept tidy and every time they saw me they knew my name and unlocked and opened my door for me. There is a crew door opposite, it didn't disturb me but there was usually a cart outside my door. I ate in the main dining room most nights. The food was just fine. Not amazing but pretty damm good. We did go to Qsine one night, I was a little disappointed. Some food was great and other just OK. The desserts were not really special, but it was all fun. One of the men had red wind spilt on his tuxedo shirt, partly my fault and the staff very quickly raced to help and gave him vouchers for laundry. Tuscan Grill we went to on a sea day. I wasn't impressed, but everyone adored it. I had the sea bass and found it fishy and bland. The risotto was stodgy, dry and tasteless. But as I said everyone else loved their food. Maybe it was just me? The last formal night they had all the good food together. Lobster, lamb chops, duck, scallops, mushroom risotto. I had 2 main dishes and so did lots of people. I had two desserts several times. The real surprise was the Bistro on 5. I went there 3 times. I had several crepes assorted desserts including a wonderful chocolate mousse. The steak salad was wonderful and so was the tuna salad. You can mix and match any of the meats and vegetables. The weather in Rome was so windy we could not leave on schedule. We had the bow thrusters and a tug boat pushing us just to stop us from breaking our moorings. The forward cabins could feel vibrations all night. Finally in the early hours of the morning we left but no big sail away party as planned. We also missed Florence. The seas were pretty rough and lots of passengers were feeling sick. I had a large container of ginger pills and wrist bands. I felt fine. Several of the doors on the upper decks were locked because of the winds. I did find a way to walk around the ship outside and it really was howling. The pool in the solarium seems to be much worse off with large waves going front to back and showering everything around it. You had to pick your time carefully to move around it or get soaked. It really as impossible to swim in. The Capt and officers were very visible they ate in the buffet upstairs and other areas on deck 5. They were all approachable. The Capt had a very funny sense of humor and his daily speeches at 10am became a do not miss. Everyone went quiet in the public areas even the bingo and trivial stopped. The entertainment was OK. Some was good and some only OK. The main show was very lame. Some of the acts simply fell over and were unable to keep their balance. Everyone said the other ships were better. Overall the acts were pretty tame, probably so not to offend anyone. There were very few kids on board. That is what I had hoped. It seems the ones on board were crew members families. I didn't go an any Celebrity shore excursions, I booked through cruise critic members. I purchased the premium non alcoholic drinks package. I think it was great value. The Aqua Spa cafe charges $5 for a healthy smoothy and greek yogurt sundae for breakfast. So by 9am I would have already spent $10. Add $3 for fresh orange juice and with one small bottle of premium water I was already even by lunchtime. I don't drink alcohol but even so I think it is a no brainer. Overall the cruise was an amazing deal. I had already made contact with several other solo travelers on CC and we had a great time. I would absolutely go again and use the roll calls here on the forum. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2012
Background Information-16th Cruise on Celebrity, 2nd Transatlantic, Single Traveler Pre Cruise Hotel Info -Stayed in a Great Hotel in Rome the Hotel 47, much more spacious then I was used to on previous visits to Rome, reasonable in ... Read More
Background Information-16th Cruise on Celebrity, 2nd Transatlantic, Single Traveler Pre Cruise Hotel Info -Stayed in a Great Hotel in Rome the Hotel 47, much more spacious then I was used to on previous visits to Rome, reasonable in price, and superb location Embarkation-Was part of the Cruisecenter group and travel agent arranged private transfers to the pier. We did a tour of the Vatican in AM, then headed to the ship around 1PM, we were onboard the ship, about 20 minutes after arriving pier side Ship Info-Gorgeous ship, loved the details on it. I'm a fan of the Solstice class, and this was the best I've been on of the three Solstice ships I've sailed (Solstice, Equinox, and Silhouette). Was (and am) a huge fan of Millenium class as well, but have learned to appreciate the Solstice class more, and actually feel it's a better designed, more functional ship, with a better use of its space. Activities-Here's where I thought they needed work. Found the Cruise Director to be quite lackluster, don't even recall seeing him the first 7 or so days. Activity's Manager I enjoyed, seemed real enthusiastic, and genuinely enjoyed his work. He seemed to stay rather busy throughout the voyage. Kind of expected more activity's on our sea days then they delivered. Just had the feeling the cruise director was burned out, maybe then end of his contract, not sure Service-In a word extraordinary. Service in main dining room was superb. Had a top shelf Turkish waiter, who did every thing in his power to please, with Maitre'D checking on our table at least a half dozen times during the cruise to make sure service was up to our standards. Probably the best waiter I ever experienced, he and his assistant were always smiling, giving suggestions, and trying to please. One night I had ordered Prime Rib Medium Rare and it arrived a bit rarer then I expected, I didn't say anything, but only ate about 1/3 of it. Waiter instantly recognized that I didn't seem to be enjoying it and asked me for the opportunity to make it right, I told him it wasn't necessary, but he insisted it was. He made it right, and must of informed Maitre'D as well, since he came to make sure everything was perfect as well Port & Shore Excursions-Did a beautiful private Florence Tour and a Segway tour of Barcelona that we had organized here on Cruise Critic, that was spectacular. Our travel agent (Aquafest) also arranged a great tour of Genoa which I really enjoyed. The rest of the ports kind of just putted around Stateroom-Was lucky on this cruise and booked a W Suite Guarantee, and ended up getting a Celebrity Suite. Stunning room. We did a cabin crawl of the cruise critic people onboard, and every man who passed through was in awe of the 50" TV in the living room, and the 42" TV in the bedroom. Every woman seemed to like the additional storage and bathroom. I liked it all Not a huge fan of the shower in the tub, as prefer a separate shower, but the way they situated it was well thought out. I'm 6'2" and could stand up fully in the tub without the top of my head touching the shower head. Service in the suite was beyond any expectation I had. A butler named Jesus and a cabin attendant named Sim (both from the Phillipines) were two of the most genuine, hardest working people I met onboard. They went out of their way to achieve perfection. One day I mentioned to the butler about the cabin crawl and that people would be passing through, he offered to set up food/beverages for the passenger coming through. I returned to my cabin about an hour before the scheduled start and he had set up shrimp, cheese, snack platters, two bottles of Champagne, and one bottle of wine on ice for their arrival, and stayed to serve them. I really could not thank them enough for all their hard work Dining-Think I tried most all of the specialty restaurants onboard. My favorites in order of personal preference Lawn Club Grill-Food, service, quality and attention to detail at its finest. We had an 8PM reservation, and they were jammed when we arrived. They offered to let us have a drink in one of the cabana's while we waited. Maitre'D came over and apologized for the inconvenience, and said if we liked, we could dine right in the cabana, which we did. Really appreciated the quality and preparation that went into each course. Meats were cooked just right, seasoned so no additional condiments or salt & pepper were necessary. Veggies were fresh, crisp, and full of flavor. Was too full for desert but took waitresses suggestion of trying the chocolate chip cake, while my companion had the carrot cake. Chcolate chip cake was heavenly, and ended up eating all the carrot cake, and asking for one to go. Delightful meal. Murano-Visited twice, first time a home run, second time second base.Visited first time about 4 days into voyage. Appetizer was good (scallop dish), but nothing to write home about, Main course was probably the best lack of lamb I can remember in years, perfectly cooked, tasty crust flavored with herbs. Accompanying vegetables were cooked and seasoned to perfection. Grand Marnier chocolate souffle melted in my mouth. Service was what I would expect in a Michelin two star. Great attention to every detail without being overbearing. Second visit was also at 8PM , I was a bit underwhelmed, service was above average but not great, felt rushed. My companion had the sole prepared tableside, and it was good but not memorable, I had the filets (set of three each the size of large spool of thread), found then kind of grainy but tasty Qsine-Liked the novelty and the conceptual idea, but execution seemed a bit twisted. We had a party of 8 at our table, all selected our 'favorites' on the IPAD's that were handed us, then waiter came over to help us through it. It was kind of weird that he comes over with a pad/paper and has no idea what we chose, so then he kind of suggests items for us to order. Couple of people at our table we're peeved, as their feeling was, what's the point of selecting things on the IPAD if you're not going to actually going to be ordering it. The food though was quite good, with wonderfully fresh presentations Entertainment-What I would call typical cruise fare as far as entertainment. A couple of comedians that really were to politically correct so not to offend, to really make them funny. A few singers that were destined to be cruise ship singers, a magician with a few forgettable tricks. Celebrity dancers and singers were good, and they had some Beatles tribute foursome that as long as they sang they were fine, they just need not to talk. Disembarkation-Smooth as silk. The hotel director Sue was kind enough to help get me assigned to one of the first groups getting off the ship at 7. Picked up luggage within about 10 minutes, Customs/immigration took about 25-30 minutes, was in a car on the way to airport by 7:45, arrived by 8:15 Staff-Was a really pleasant bunch of people. Captain was charming and funny. Hotel Director, was a true pro, kept the overall flow of the ship from bottling up during the voyage. Really enjoyed the talk I had one day with Brad the Onboard Revenue Manager. Simona the guest relations manager was outstanding, as I noticed here handling a few things during the voyage with other passengers, and she really has a natural gift for the job. Did get the feeling that the staff seemed fragmented. Didn't see the camaraderie you sometimes seem with certain crews. Everyone did their jobs nicely, efficiently, but not working together more as separate entity's Summary-Of course you can knitpick and say I wish I had this Captain from this ship, with the Hotel Director from Solstice, Food & beverage Manager from Century, the cabin from Silhouette, the balcony from Infinity, The Acapella bgroup from Equinox, the magician from the Constellation to try and dream up a 'perfect' cruise, but there is never such a creature. Overall I would say the cruise and staff were outstanding. Provided great value for the money, and really treated me as a guest rather than a passenger, and for those reasons I will be sailing Celebrity in the future. Read Less
Celebrity Silhouette Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 5.0 0.0
Dining 5.0 0.0
Entertainment 4.0 0.0
Public Rooms 5.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 5.0 0.0
Family 4.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 4.5 0.0
Service 5.0 0.0
Value For Money 4.0 0.0
Rates 4.0 0.0

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