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10 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise from Fort Lauderdale

10 Night Southern Caribbean Cruise from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Grand Cayman
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Aruba
  • Day 6
    Curacao
  • Day 7
    Bonaire
  • Day 8
    Cruising
  • Day 9
    Cruising
  • Day 10
    Key West
  • Day 11
    Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

Celebrity Equinox

Celebrity Equinox - Celebrity Cruises

You'll love Celebrity Equinox if you enjoy trendy restaurant and bar options, a choice of suites and perks, a top deck with real lawn and modern cabaret-style entertainment.

Celebrity Equinox is not for you if you want Broadway productions or water slides, are seeking a kid-centric atmosphere or are looking to party hearty.


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: April 2019
Great ports of call - Key West, Costa Maya, Cozumel, Grand Cayman. Overwhelmed by all the written information we had to read to know what was going on each day. We had an ocean view room on deck 3 aft. Took awhile for us to get comfortable ... Read More
Great ports of call - Key West, Costa Maya, Cozumel, Grand Cayman. Overwhelmed by all the written information we had to read to know what was going on each day. We had an ocean view room on deck 3 aft. Took awhile for us to get comfortable to where things were located. Most staff were excellent. Except the last day we had a staff member make a direct personal (body shaming) comment about us needing to get some exercise. (More to the story but all I am going to say here) The pools, restaurants, cafe and sitting areas were nice. We went on shore excursions at each port. The casino on-board didn’t pay out at all. We had the classic drink package although I don’t think we made up for the cost. We met lots of nice people from all over the world. We carried our own luggage off the ship through the terminal because we had number 49 which meant we would be nearly last to get off. Read Less
Sail Date: April 2019
We sailed out of Miami on Saturday, April 6th. This was our 17th cruise. What is normally a short wait to board the ship, we waited in line for an hour and a half until we finally were able to board. Once on the ship, we were greeted ... Read More
We sailed out of Miami on Saturday, April 6th. This was our 17th cruise. What is normally a short wait to board the ship, we waited in line for an hour and a half until we finally were able to board. Once on the ship, we were greeted with a glass of champagne and toured the ship which seemed to be ship shape even though it is headed for dry dock in early May. Our cabin number 8295 was a balcony. Jed, our room steward was the ultimate professional. My wife had previously broken her foot and Jed made sure that her ice bag was filled morning and night. The room was well-kept with plenty of storage and closet space. We saw a few shows and they were what you would have expected on a cruise ship. Although I thought the food choices to be somewhat limited, the service was impeccable. We had the late seating at table 218. Our Waiter, Dave B., Assistant Waiter Saroj and Sommelier Yan performed flawlessly, and catered to our every request with the utmost professionalism. Although we normally do not a need to deal with the Maitre D', my wife inquired about different vegetarian choices. Stipe Kozul, the Assistant Maitre D' made sure that my wife received an excellent Indian dish the following nights. He stopped at our table numerous times throughout the cruise and catered to our other requests. We enjoyed his professionalism, hometown stories and his great sense of humor. (I'm sure his wife in Italy now knows too!) On sea days, don't forgot to grab a burger or hot dog at the upper pool deck grill........delicious! Most of our group of 31 met every evening at the Martini Bar. Hector was the BEST bar waiter we ever had. A smile never wavered from his face and his service was top-notch! Since we've been to the Western Caribbean many times in the past, and with my wife's broken foot, we stayed aboard ship with the exception of Key West. She needed to pick up new "Cat Shirts" at the Hemingway House. We also purchased some street art and had lunch at "The Blue Macaw." the Bloody Mary's were spicy and delicious! All-in-all a great cruise with great friends! Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
We just finished another great Celebrity cruise - this time to the Eastern Caribbean. We embarked from Miami, which although a favorite city of ours to visit, we arrived just in time to begin boarding the Equinox. Embarkation went ... Read More
We just finished another great Celebrity cruise - this time to the Eastern Caribbean. We embarked from Miami, which although a favorite city of ours to visit, we arrived just in time to begin boarding the Equinox. Embarkation went smoothly. We've cruised aboard the Equinox once before, which is partly the reason we chose to cruise on her again. We enjoy everything about the ship, beginning with its layout. While large, it does not overwhelm. If you're used to the ever-larger ships popular on lines like RC or NCL, perhaps this ship may seem small and lacking some of the activities you'd find on ships twice its size. For us, and those seeking a true resort-like (not adventure park-like) experience, the Equinox performs wonderfully. Our cabin was on the 7th floor and was a standard veranda room. Our attendant, Fatkur, was exemplary! It was our first time in the aft of the ship, which we found quiet and reasonably secluded, albeit sometimes a far walk on occasion. We dined throughout the ship on this cruise. On our first night, we dined in Murano, the French-inspired fine dining restaurant. We had pre-booked a reservation prior to boarding at a steal of $35. We had among other dishes the tableside prepared lobster, which we could've repeated. We ate at Silk Harvest another night, which is the ship's Asian-fusion restaurant. Although not a culinary hit with us, the service was as expected: impeccable. When word got back to the restaurant's manager that we did not enjoy our meal, he visited us for feedback and to offer us another dining opportunity. Although we didn't take him up on his offer, his reaching out and graciousness cannot go without mention. It was the sort of customer service we've grown to expect from Celebrity staff. We also enjoyed our lunch at Sushi on Five, the obviously named sushi restaurant on Deck 5. We were able to take advantage of another promotional opportunity, as we did on our last Equinox cruise, which did not disappoint. Otherwise, for our meals, we enjoyed them in the main dining room, including breakfast and dinner most days. Of course we lunched in the Oceanview Cafe, the ship's buffet venue. We were never disappointed and always received excellent service - attentive, without hesitation, and with grace. We were able to enjoy the evening entertainment on a few nights - each production we really did enjoy. Similar too, the live entertainment throughout the ship was a nice treat. Overall, we enjoyed this cruise and the ship. You won't be disappointed with either, and the service we experienced has to be our biggest enjoyment. We're excited to see the renovations slated for it in another couple months! Read Less
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