Bahamas Celebration Cruise Review by 1968fastback: Go on a real cruise, the Celebration is an oversized ferry
Go on a real cruise, the Celebration is an oversized ferry
The best thing I can say about the Celebration Cruise Line is that the staff is great most of the time. Until the last day when you are to disembark, then they rush you out of your cabin and don't give you time to get yourself ready. They tell you that you can stay on the ship until 5pm, but they will start knocking on your door and calling your cabin by 9am telling you to leave the cabin so they can get it ready for the next guest. The food in the restaurants wasn't very good, I felt like I was starving after eating the 1st night at Rios, and we was scheduled to eat at The Cove the 2nd night but decided to skip eating at that restaurant so we just ordered a pizza to take to our cabin the 2nd night. It was much better than eating food that was under cooked and tasteless,
When we went on our trip into Freeport, we was talked into going to a day trip to the beach and the market place, little did we know it was for listening to a timeshare. They wasted over 3 hours of our time, More and we only got to spend about an hour on the beach until it was time for the bus to pick us up to go to the market place. Then we were only there about 30 minutes until the bus came to pick us up to take us back to the ship. I was so disappointed in this whole trip! I don't recommend this cruise line to anyone. If you want to go to the Bahamas, you can actually take a ferry and be there in 45 minutes to an hour. I only wish I had known that before I wasted my time and money on this cruise. I have never been so uncomfortable in my life! And why would they put a married couple in a cabin with bunk beds? Do they not know we sleep in the same bed? I seriously hope people read these comments before they decide to hop on a cruise ship, especially this 1. Its a money trap before you even leave dry land.
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