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We use transatlantic cruise ship repositionings as transport to avoid air travel so our views may not be generally applicable. Ship-In generally good condition for age but decoration and finishes a little tired and dated. Allocation of space could be improved as some facilities are overcrowded whilst others are barely used Food- well below standard expected, A Blu cabin and dining package are pretty much essential as the general restaurants are poor. Drinks- Very expensive if paid for on a per use basis, again a premium beverage package is essential if more than one or two alcoholic drinks a day are consumed( the classic beverage package whilst cheaper excludes most of the wines and spirits available) but watch for late package discounts if purchasing pre voyage.The Constellatin lounge and Martini Bar have the best bartenders for Cabins - OK but long and narrow, bathrooms are small and balconies tiny. Service- friendly but a little impersonal and disjointed. Restaurant staff are not too well organized, however sommeliers were knowledgeable and keen. Destinations- not of interest to us but fairly generic. Tours- not taken so no comment Entertainment - Rather basic but one or two good singers Embarkation-Harwich, entrance yard open so no cover from usual English rain, actual processing quite efficient. Disembarkation- Fort Lauderdale, not the ship's fault but an absolute shambles. Bags have to collected before immigration, only four officers on duty to deal with 2200 passengers, no computer tie in to Border security so all processing by old manual system and Rquired paper evidence of ESTA approval required

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Celebrity Infinity Cruise Review by Kimclachlan

Trip Details
  • Sail Date: October 2014
  • Destination: Transatlantic
  • Cabin Type: Aqua Class
We use transatlantic cruise ship repositionings as transport to avoid air travel so our views may not be generally applicable.
Ship-In generally good condition for age but decoration and finishes a little tired and dated. Allocation of space could be improved as some facilities are overcrowded whilst others are barely used
Food- well below standard expected, A Blu cabin and dining package are pretty much essential as the general restaurants are poor.
Drinks- Very expensive if paid for on a per use basis, again a premium beverage package is essential if more than one or two alcoholic drinks a day are consumed( the classic beverage package whilst cheaper excludes most of the wines and spirits available) but watch for late package discounts if purchasing pre voyage.The Constellatin lounge and Martini Bar have the best bartenders for
Cabins - OK but long and narrow, bathrooms are small and balconies tiny.
Service- friendly but a little impersonal and disjointed. Restaurant staff are not too well organized, however sommeliers were knowledgeable and keen.
Destinations- not of interest to us but fairly generic.
Tours- not taken so no comment
Entertainment - Rather basic but one or two good singers
Embarkation-Harwich, entrance yard open so no cover from usual English rain, actual processing quite efficient.
Disembarkation- Fort Lauderdale, not the ship's fault but an absolute shambles. Bags have to collected before immigration, only four officers on duty to deal with 2200 passengers, no computer tie in to Border security so all processing by old manual system and Rquired paper evidence of ESTA approval required
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Cabin Review

Aqua Class
Cabin A1 9099
No benefit to Aqua class except access to Blu restaurant which in view of general restaurants priceless.
Deck 11 Inside Cabins, Balcony Cabins