Rename the ship from Celebrity Summit to Celebrity Retirees.
This cruise could be summed up in one word...BORING. If you are under 65 years old, then dont waste your money on this cruise. There were FEW activities during the entire week. The crew members in the buffet area need to be retrained on PEOPLE skills. They can be rude at times. The cruise director is about 70 years old and has no idea what kind of activities to plan for travelers under 65. If you think sitting around a pool all week long listening to a second rate band play old 70's disco songs, then this is the cruise for you. There were 2...yes I said 2 activities all week. The newly wed game and trivia. There was NO karaoke all week until I complained. So, the cruise director put 1 hour of karaoke together at the last minute which was a total mess. How do you select karaoke songs without any books to choose the songs from? Royal Caribbean (Seranade of the Seas) had Karaoke every night with about 100 cruisers participating each night. It was very organized.
Folks, anyone that took this cruise and thinks it was exciting must be OVER the age of 65. This is the perfect cruise for RETIREES. VERY QUIET and BORING.
PRO's - Guest Relations (very helpful in trying to resolve issues) and Main Dining Room ( Service and Food were good).
Con's - Daily Activities (cruise director lacking skills), Buffet Dining (Employees need to be trained on manners and friendliness) and Pool Areas (very boring with no activities).
Don't waste your money. Take a Royal Caribbean cruise instead. So many activities to choose from all week.
Celebrity ( owned by Royal Caribbean) needs an overhaul or they will keep losing customers under 65.