This was our time on Celebrity and it was awesome! Embarkation was literally about 5 minutes. We had been to St Maarten, St Thomas and Tortola in the past and they are all lovely ports. St Maarten - definitely go to the airport beach and Orient Beach (incredible beach). Tortola - Brewers Bay doesn't have a lot of amenities, but great snorkeling.
It was our first time in Bermuda. Bermuda is beautiful and clean. Horseshoe Bay although it gets very busy it is a beautiful beach with large boulders around. First week of May water was still a bit chilly. Took a bike tour, but would recommend just renting bikes and doing your own tour. Also, did glass bottom boat, and it was okay, but not all that.
This Summit is an older ship, but in pretty good shape. Everything was super clean. I can't say enough about the staff on this ship, probably one of the best, most helpful, and friendly of any ship we've been on. If you go on this ship go see Erin and Metin in the Aft Bar. They are so much fun. Every staff member on this ship would go out of their way to help with anything. Amazing.
Food on the Summit was okay, not bad, not great. To me pretty typical of what I've seen on most ships. They did have a lot of options. Love the made while you wait stir fry. They could have changed up the buffet a little more, it mostly offered the same things everyday, but there was a lot to choose from. Room service was very good, and fast.
Balcony Conceirge - was nice, but not sure it's really worth paying extra for over a standard balcony.
My only complaint on the ship was that they need a little more up beat entertainment. We are very active, like current music including classic rock and this ship did have a few nights where they had good dance music, but not a whole lot to keep you awake. They did have the DJ in the club starting at 12:15am til late, but not much up til then so most of the ship was asleep by then. They did cater the entertainment to a 60 - 70 age group. But I would still sail this ship again because the crew was so great.