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I booked this cruise because it went to two ports, Bonaire and Curacao, that I had never been to before and I like the thought of a longer, 10 night cruise. Especially with all the work involved in getting to the port of Miami. We stayed in Fort Lauderdale before the cruise for two nights at an AirBNB and took MJS transport to the port of Miami for $15 and had no issues. That changed once we were dropped off at the port. We dropped off our luggage with the porters in front of the terminal and went inside to what can only be described as total chaos and extremely long lines to check in, which was totally unacceptable on the part of Celebrity. Celebrity employees were screaming at us and herding us up stairs in small groups, as the check-in lines upstairs SLOWLY went down. We finally made it upstairs to check in and the lines were wrapped around the entire check-in area. At no time did anyone from Celebrity make an announcement as to why there were such long lines. We've done many cruises over the years and have never had a check-in experience like this. We were in line for 90 minutes. Once we were on the ship, we were greeted with champagne and the barrage of bar staff trying to sell the alcohol packages, which are HUGE money makers for any cruise line. One of our perks was the premium alcohol package, so we didn't need to upgrade. Since it took so long to check in, the cabins were ready, so we went in an unpacked. We had an ocean view cabin on deck 3, which we like, for easy access to the dining room, customer service and the Passport Bar. It's a perfect location for us. The cabin was clean, but throughout the week, the cabin steward was lacking in cleaning. The carpeting was not always vacuumed and the bathroom was never cleaned properly during the entire cruise. Other than that, the steward was friendly, brought us a bucket of ice twice a day and always smiled and addressed us by name. Halfway though the cruise, we used up the soap at the bathroom sink and it was never replaced. I was on the Equinox earlier in the year, so I was familiar with the ship and its layout, so navigating this beautiful ship was a breeze. The public areas are nice, spotless and inviting and the bars were all staffed with plenty of bartenders at peak times, so there were never any waits for drinks at any of the bars. This is important with so many people now getting the alcohol package as a perk. We also had the high-speed internet as a perk, which when it worked, was never fast. We couldn't connect the entire first day as the entire system was down. For the rest of the cruise, internet access was spotty and also required you to sign in morning, instead of just automatically connecting for the duration of the cruise. I only had one device, my cell phone, and several times a day, it would say that I was logged into another device with my login, which was not true and very irritating. We didn't do any of the specialty restaurants because the food in the Silhouette (main dining room) was so good and the service was impeccable. The menu was varied daily with the exception of the "always available" menu, which included salmon, chicken breast or a steak. We never had a negative experience in the dining room. We had "anytime dining" which allows you to go to the dining room when you are ready to eat dinner, not at set early or late dining time, which worked out great for us. You can get a table for two, four or more, depending your the size of your party. If the dining room is full when you are ready to eat dinner, you will be handed a beeper which will alert you when your table is ready. It's a perfect time to walk over to the Martini Bar to order a martini. We only had to get a beeper two nights out of ten and the wait time was minimal. We were very happy with the anytime dining experience the the dining room overall with regards to food selection, quality and service. The live production shows on Celebrity and in particular on the Equinox are just not good. There is a small cast of 4 singers, and I use that term loosely, as one of the female and one of the male singers just could not sing and all the shows suffered due to that. The shows are all very similar. They string together a bunch of pop songs and try to make a 45 minute show out of it. Each song either has a dance routine that goes alone with it, or an acrobatic act. None of the production shows worked. The choreography is horrendous and at times too frantic. Combine that with the poor singing and lack of any story line and its an unbearable 45 minutes for each show. This cruise had Elysium, Topper and Life and all were equally bad with Elysium being the worst. Topper had great costumes, but again, no story and poor vocals. Life was a hot mess from beginning to end. On the last night of the cruise there was a Beatles cover band, which was very good. They had great rapport with the audience and really had the crowd on their feet singing and dancing. There was a magician one night that were weren't going to go see but decided to at the last minute and I'm glad we went. He was very entertaining. We also had a comedian from Atlanta for one night's entertainment, and he also was very good. In a nutshell, the ship's own shows were awful, while the entertainment they brought in was very good, making it a mixed bag for the entire cruise. My big complaint during this cruise was using the atrium on deck three as the venue for large parties. They had several parties in the atrium that would have worked better in the Sky lounge which is much bigger with a large dance floor, more seating and better bar service. I have no idea why the cruise director would want to have parties in the atrium because they just do not work there. It is so loud that they have to close the doors in the aisles going to the cabins on deck three. It is so loud that the staff at the customer service desk, also in the atrium on deck three, cannot hear or help guests easily during show times. Having the shows in the atrium, which is open to decks 4 and 5, also ruins the experience at the Martini bar and the Gastro Bar on deck 4. The parties included a rock music party on one night and a disco party on another. There are always so many people in the area getting drinks at the passport bar, seeking help at the customer service desk and walking to the dining room that makes the atrium the improper place to hold parties or large events. Celebrity needs to move to parties to the Sky Lounge. There is very little going on around the pool deck on sea days or when coming back in from ports. There are occasional times when the activities director had some pool volleyball going on and other times they would offer line dance classes with a dj, but overall, it's plain boring. Some people might like this, so they can read and relax in the sun. I prefer a more active poolside like NCL and other cruise lines offer. We only did one ship excursion, which was in Aruba and was a two hour sunset catamaran cruise. We typically don't book ship excursions because they are more expensive and not as good as excursions booked off the ship, but we had to use a non-refundable on board credit, so we booked the sunset cruise. It was advertised at "barefoot elegance" with all guests required to remove their shoes when entering the catamaran. That never happened. Everybody kept their shoes on and there was nothing elegant about it. It was just another open bar cruise with free flowing cocktails made with bottom shelf cheap liquor, Unfortunately, it was a cloudy day, so there was no visible sunset. Other than that, we did enjoy the cruise up and down the coast of Aruba. The staff on the catamaran were friendly and the never ending drinks made for a big party with people dancing on the lower deck. There are less expensive alternatives available off the ship, but for what it was, we enjoyed it. We also did an off-ship bus excursion in Aruba. It was $25 for an air conditioned bus or $20 for an open air bus. It was not too hot out, so we chose the open air bus and it was perfect. We stopped at the Casibari rock formations and spent about 15 minutes there. It's a nice stop and there is a bar and restaurant if you need a quick snack or drink. We also toured the chapel and lighthouse. It was a great island tour that finished off with an optional beach stop and a drive along the beach with all the nice hotels and resorts. In Bonaire, we rented a truck because we wanted to visit the Washington Slagbaai national park, which was a "do not miss" excursion and one that the ship didn't offer. We rented a truck from Budget at the airport and they were there to pick us up at the ship at 7:30 as promised. They gave us a map and pointed out the best route for us to take to the park. You drive on the right hand side of the road, so getting there was fairly easy. The roads are not marked that well, so you really have to pay attention and follow your map. There is a $25 per person entrance fee into the park, which was worth every penny. This also gives you the permit to snorkel or scuba dive anywhere else on Bonaire for three months. The national park is at the northern end of Bonaire and is nearly void of people. They typically get about 40 cars per day going going through, so for a park this large, it feels like you are the only one's in the park at most of the stops. There are two routes you can drive. One is the short route, which takes about 90 minutes and includes a trip to the highest mountain on Bonaire that you can hike up. The longer, more scenic route takes about 2 1/2 hours to drive and includes several great scenic pull-offs to stop and take pictures. It also includes a few beaches and several excellent snorkeling spots. Remember, this is a 2 and a half hour drive with no facilities. There is a bathroom at the entrance to the park where you pay, and only one other restroom and the last beach stop. There are NO stores, food or water anywhere in the park, so bring plenty of water and munchies for your tour of this park. Just don't leave behind any trash or litter. You could easily spend the entire day here if you brought food and water. We left the park in time to drive down to the salt flats on the southern part of Bonaire and were able to see the slave huts, the lighthouse and also do some snorkeling at the beach next to the airport. The snorkeling here was fantastic and the water was clear and warm. Our budget truck rental was $56 and we put in $15 worth of gas before we returned the truck. Compared to the ship excursions this was less expensive and so much better than touring in an old school bus. No ship excursion go to the Washington Slagbaai national park and it is a must-see in Bonaire. In Grand Cayman, we stopped for a snorkeling trip at the Devil's Grotto, which is just a two block walk from the tender docks. It's totally free if you bring your own snorkel gear, or you can rent it (and a locker) at one of the several locations. Note: don't stop at the first one. It's too expensive. Walk down to the next rental place. I think it's called Paradise rentals and save about $10 on your snorkel rental package. If you've never done the Stingray City tours in Grand Cayman, they are a must do excursion, but only if you don't do a ship excursion. The off ship tours to Stingray city are less expensive, are smaller with less people, and can include stops to starfish beach and a coral reef for snorkeling if you want. Book these excursions in advance online or when you get off the tender boats. You don't want to miss stingray city. We did it in March of this year, so we decided to just snorkel, which was great. Don't be alarmed when you walk down the stairs into the water and are greeted by huge tarpon. They are harmless, but some people thought they were sharks. Caracao was a mixed bag for me. If you are not in the downtown tourist area, the island is very poor and filled with public housing. There is trash and litter all over the island and some of the beaches are loaded with trash and hypodermic needles. The downtown tourist area is fine and the floating bridge is very cool to see in operation. It's like a draw bridge, but instead of opening up for ships to come through, it is built on pontoons and the entire bridge swings open when a boat needs to pass. When the bridge is closed (connecting both sides of the city), it is a pedestrian bridge that connects both sides of Willemsted. It only opens up for ships to pass. When the bridge is open, there is a free ferry that transports you across the bay. Out final stop was Key West, which is always fun. You can tour many of the museums on the key, or you can relax and swim at the small man-made beach at the southernmost point. Walking down Duval street is fun with many shops, restaurants and bars to stop into. Many of the bars had live music and we really enjoyed our time there. If you are in port long enough (we didn't have enough time in port), a trip the the Dry Tortugas national park is a must see. You have two choices. You can either fly or take the ferry. They both have pluses and minuses. In a nutshell, the cruise was average at best. Celebrity advertises itself as an upscale cruise line, but with all the changes over the years, it's on par with Royal Caribbean and NCL, only with much older clientele and a more quiet and laid-back cruise. There were lots of guests with walkers and wheel chairs so it was very slow going walking around the ship, so be prepared. I think because this was a 10 night cruise, the clientele was older, plus it was fall and school was in, so there were maybe 5 kids on the entire ship, which works for me. As usual on Celebrity, the food and service were impeccable at all times. The staff was always friendly, smiling and inviting. The Equinox is a nice, classy ship with warm decorations. Our cruise director Rich Spacey was one of the best we've had at sea. He was full of energy, friendly and was an overall great cruise director.

VERY old guests, Bored all week. Awful Production shows

Celebrity Equinox Cruise Review by U4icmusic

Trip Details
I booked this cruise because it went to two ports, Bonaire and Curacao, that I had never been to before and I like the thought of a longer, 10 night cruise. Especially with all the work involved in getting to the port of Miami. We stayed in Fort Lauderdale before the cruise for two nights at an AirBNB and took MJS transport to the port of Miami for $15 and had no issues. That changed once we were dropped off at the port. We dropped off our luggage with the porters in front of the terminal and went inside to what can only be described as total chaos and extremely long lines to check in, which was totally unacceptable on the part of Celebrity. Celebrity employees were screaming at us and herding us up stairs in small groups, as the check-in lines upstairs SLOWLY went down. We finally made it upstairs to check in and the lines were wrapped around the entire check-in area. At no time did anyone from Celebrity make an announcement as to why there were such long lines. We've done many cruises over the years and have never had a check-in experience like this. We were in line for 90 minutes.

Once we were on the ship, we were greeted with champagne and the barrage of bar staff trying to sell the alcohol packages, which are HUGE money makers for any cruise line. One of our perks was the premium alcohol package, so we didn't need to upgrade. Since it took so long to check in, the cabins were ready, so we went in an unpacked. We had an ocean view cabin on deck 3, which we like, for easy access to the dining room, customer service and the Passport Bar. It's a perfect location for us. The cabin was clean, but throughout the week, the cabin steward was lacking in cleaning. The carpeting was not always vacuumed and the bathroom was never cleaned properly during the entire cruise. Other than that, the steward was friendly, brought us a bucket of ice twice a day and always smiled and addressed us by name. Halfway though the cruise, we used up the soap at the bathroom sink and it was never replaced.

I was on the Equinox earlier in the year, so I was familiar with the ship and its layout, so navigating this beautiful ship was a breeze. The public areas are nice, spotless and inviting and the bars were all staffed with plenty of bartenders at peak times, so there were never any waits for drinks at any of the bars. This is important with so many people now getting the alcohol package as a perk. We also had the high-speed internet as a perk, which when it worked, was never fast. We couldn't connect the entire first day as the entire system was down. For the rest of the cruise, internet access was spotty and also required you to sign in morning, instead of just automatically connecting for the duration of the cruise. I only had one device, my cell phone, and several times a day, it would say that I was logged into another device with my login, which was not true and very irritating.

We didn't do any of the specialty restaurants because the food in the Silhouette (main dining room) was so good and the service was impeccable. The menu was varied daily with the exception of the "always available" menu, which included salmon, chicken breast or a steak. We never had a negative experience in the dining room. We had "anytime dining" which allows you to go to the dining room when you are ready to eat dinner, not at set early or late dining time, which worked out great for us. You can get a table for two, four or more, depending your the size of your party. If the dining room is full when you are ready to eat dinner, you will be handed a beeper which will alert you when your table is ready. It's a perfect time to walk over to the Martini Bar to order a martini. We only had to get a beeper two nights out of ten and the wait time was minimal. We were very happy with the anytime dining experience the the dining room overall with regards to food selection, quality and service.

The live production shows on Celebrity and in particular on the Equinox are just not good. There is a small cast of 4 singers, and I use that term loosely, as one of the female and one of the male singers just could not sing and all the shows suffered due to that. The shows are all very similar. They string together a bunch of pop songs and try to make a 45 minute show out of it. Each song either has a dance routine that goes alone with it, or an acrobatic act. None of the production shows worked. The choreography is horrendous and at times too frantic. Combine that with the poor singing and lack of any story line and its an unbearable 45 minutes for each show. This cruise had Elysium, Topper and Life and all were equally bad with Elysium being the worst. Topper had great costumes, but again, no story and poor vocals. Life was a hot mess from beginning to end. On the last night of the cruise there was a Beatles cover band, which was very good. They had great rapport with the audience and really had the crowd on their feet singing and dancing. There was a magician one night that were weren't going to go see but decided to at the last minute and I'm glad we went. He was very entertaining. We also had a comedian from Atlanta for one night's entertainment, and he also was very good. In a nutshell, the ship's own shows were awful, while the entertainment they brought in was very good, making it a mixed bag for the entire cruise.

My big complaint during this cruise was using the atrium on deck three as the venue for large parties. They had several parties in the atrium that would have worked better in the Sky lounge which is much bigger with a large dance floor, more seating and better bar service. I have no idea why the cruise director would want to have parties in the atrium because they just do not work there. It is so loud that they have to close the doors in the aisles going to the cabins on deck three. It is so loud that the staff at the customer service desk, also in the atrium on deck three, cannot hear or help guests easily during show times. Having the shows in the atrium, which is open to decks 4 and 5, also ruins the experience at the Martini bar and the Gastro Bar on deck 4. The parties included a rock music party on one night and a disco party on another. There are always so many people in the area getting drinks at the passport bar, seeking help at the customer service desk and walking to the dining room that makes the atrium the improper place to hold parties or large events. Celebrity needs to move to parties to the Sky Lounge.

There is very little going on around the pool deck on sea days or when coming back in from ports. There are occasional times when the activities director had some pool volleyball going on and other times they would offer line dance classes with a dj, but overall, it's plain boring. Some people might like this, so they can read and relax in the sun. I prefer a more active poolside like NCL and other cruise lines offer.

We only did one ship excursion, which was in Aruba and was a two hour sunset catamaran cruise. We typically don't book ship excursions because they are more expensive and not as good as excursions booked off the ship, but we had to use a non-refundable on board credit, so we booked the sunset cruise. It was advertised at "barefoot elegance" with all guests required to remove their shoes when entering the catamaran. That never happened. Everybody kept their shoes on and there was nothing elegant about it. It was just another open bar cruise with free flowing cocktails made with bottom shelf cheap liquor, Unfortunately, it was a cloudy day, so there was no visible sunset. Other than that, we did enjoy the cruise up and down the coast of Aruba. The staff on the catamaran were friendly and the never ending drinks made for a big party with people dancing on the lower deck. There are less expensive alternatives available off the ship, but for what it was, we enjoyed it. We also did an off-ship bus excursion in Aruba. It was $25 for an air conditioned bus or $20 for an open air bus. It was not too hot out, so we chose the open air bus and it was perfect. We stopped at the Casibari rock formations and spent about 15 minutes there. It's a nice stop and there is a bar and restaurant if you need a quick snack or drink. We also toured the chapel and lighthouse. It was a great island tour that finished off with an optional beach stop and a drive along the beach with all the nice hotels and resorts.

In Bonaire, we rented a truck because we wanted to visit the Washington Slagbaai national park, which was a "do not miss" excursion and one that the ship didn't offer. We rented a truck from Budget at the airport and they were there to pick us up at the ship at 7:30 as promised. They gave us a map and pointed out the best route for us to take to the park. You drive on the right hand side of the road, so getting there was fairly easy. The roads are not marked that well, so you really have to pay attention and follow your map. There is a $25 per person entrance fee into the park, which was worth every penny. This also gives you the permit to snorkel or scuba dive anywhere else on Bonaire for three months. The national park is at the northern end of Bonaire and is nearly void of people. They typically get about 40 cars per day going going through, so for a park this large, it feels like you are the only one's in the park at most of the stops. There are two routes you can drive. One is the short route, which takes about 90 minutes and includes a trip to the highest mountain on Bonaire that you can hike up. The longer, more scenic route takes about 2 1/2 hours to drive and includes several great scenic pull-offs to stop and take pictures. It also includes a few beaches and several excellent snorkeling spots. Remember, this is a 2 and a half hour drive with no facilities. There is a bathroom at the entrance to the park where you pay, and only one other restroom and the last beach stop. There are NO stores, food or water anywhere in the park, so bring plenty of water and munchies for your tour of this park. Just don't leave behind any trash or litter. You could easily spend the entire day here if you brought food and water. We left the park in time to drive down to the salt flats on the southern part of Bonaire and were able to see the slave huts, the lighthouse and also do some snorkeling at the beach next to the airport. The snorkeling here was fantastic and the water was clear and warm. Our budget truck rental was $56 and we put in $15 worth of gas before we returned the truck. Compared to the ship excursions this was less expensive and so much better than touring in an old school bus. No ship excursion go to the Washington Slagbaai national park and it is a must-see in Bonaire.

In Grand Cayman, we stopped for a snorkeling trip at the Devil's Grotto, which is just a two block walk from the tender docks. It's totally free if you bring your own snorkel gear, or you can rent it (and a locker) at one of the several locations. Note: don't stop at the first one. It's too expensive. Walk down to the next rental place. I think it's called Paradise rentals and save about $10 on your snorkel rental package. If you've never done the Stingray City tours in Grand Cayman, they are a must do excursion, but only if you don't do a ship excursion. The off ship tours to Stingray city are less expensive, are smaller with less people, and can include stops to starfish beach and a coral reef for snorkeling if you want. Book these excursions in advance online or when you get off the tender boats. You don't want to miss stingray city. We did it in March of this year, so we decided to just snorkel, which was great. Don't be alarmed when you walk down the stairs into the water and are greeted by huge tarpon. They are harmless, but some people thought they were sharks.

Caracao was a mixed bag for me. If you are not in the downtown tourist area, the island is very poor and filled with public housing. There is trash and litter all over the island and some of the beaches are loaded with trash and hypodermic needles. The downtown tourist area is fine and the floating bridge is very cool to see in operation. It's like a draw bridge, but instead of opening up for ships to come through, it is built on pontoons and the entire bridge swings open when a boat needs to pass. When the bridge is closed (connecting both sides of the city), it is a pedestrian bridge that connects both sides of Willemsted. It only opens up for ships to pass. When the bridge is open, there is a free ferry that transports you across the bay.

Out final stop was Key West, which is always fun. You can tour many of the museums on the key, or you can relax and swim at the small man-made beach at the southernmost point. Walking down Duval street is fun with many shops, restaurants and bars to stop into. Many of the bars had live music and we really enjoyed our time there. If you are in port long enough (we didn't have enough time in port), a trip the the Dry Tortugas national park is a must see. You have two choices. You can either fly or take the ferry. They both have pluses and minuses.

In a nutshell, the cruise was average at best. Celebrity advertises itself as an upscale cruise line, but with all the changes over the years, it's on par with Royal Caribbean and NCL, only with much older clientele and a more quiet and laid-back cruise. There were lots of guests with walkers and wheel chairs so it was very slow going walking around the ship, so be prepared. I think because this was a 10 night cruise, the clientele was older, plus it was fall and school was in, so there were maybe 5 kids on the entire ship, which works for me. As usual on Celebrity, the food and service were impeccable at all times. The staff was always friendly, smiling and inviting. The Equinox is a nice, classy ship with warm decorations.

Our cruise director Rich Spacey was one of the best we've had at sea. He was full of energy, friendly and was an overall great cruise director.
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Ocean View
Cabin 07 3106
This ocean view cabin is well laid out with plenty of storage. It has a large picture window with curtains that you can close if you need darkness. There is a flat screen tv on a pivoting arm that you turn towards the beds if you want to or leave flat against the wall for viewing from the couch. There is also a desk with a chair and mirror for writing or applying makeup for women. The room also includes a digital safe and small refrigerator.
The bathroom is adequate. The shower stall is small and there is no handheld shower, just a wall shower.
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Port & Shore Excursion Reviews

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    Another excellent port with something to do for everyone. There are caves, rugged coastlines, a lighthouse, chapel and rock formations is direct contrast to the touristy strip of hotels and casinos along the beach.
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  • Bonaire
    Bonaire was our favorite port on this cruise. It's beautiful, clean and has world-class snorkeling and scuba diving from the shore. No need to get on a boat or take a tour. Just walk in from the beach and enjoy the coral reef surrounding the island. A must see in the Washington Slagbaai national part. The roads are unpaved in most spots, so a truck or SUV is required to enter the park. The park has a $25 per person entry fee that also includes a 90 day pass to snorkel anywhere around Bonaire. Get there early if you want to climb the mountain as they restrict access at noon.
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    This is a poor and filthy island. Most of the beaches and properties on Curacao are covered in trash, litter, broken bottles and hypodermic needles. The downtown area in cleaner and enjoyable and the floating bridge is a must-see attraction that you can actually walk over and enjoy. Even the million dollar homes in the nice section of town are surrounded by barbed wire or razor wire, which leads you to believe there is a huge crime problem here. It's a 5 minute walk to downtown along the ocean, so just take the walk to downtown and enjoy the floating bridge, shops and casino.
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  • Grand Cayman (Georgetown)
    Clean and safe port. Stingray City is a must-see attraction while on the island. You do tender in, so be prepared for sometimes rough seas or skipping this port all together if the weather is poor.
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    This was the first time the Equinox returned to Key West after the hurricanes, so we weren't sure what to expect. Luckily, Key West was spared most of the impact from the hurricane and looked great and was in near-perfect shape. There were a few repairs still being done, but everything was open and the usual Key West vibe was still there. It's a great stop to enjoy local museums, bars and restaurants. There is a small man made beach near the southern most point that has nice swimming and great food.
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    Miami is a great and big city. There are unsafe areas where you need to be avoid or be careful at, but there are also some fantastic places to visit in Miami, including world class beaches, restaurants. The Miami Metro zoo is one of the finest, as in Fairchild Tropical gardens.
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