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2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Booked the B2B Baltic/ Fjord cruises 8/13 and 8/26 because of the itinerary and Celebrity experience. Embarkation was easy peasy and by booking a Sky Suite we were able to board early and enloy lunch in the Lumanai restaurant.The Lumanai ... Read More
Booked the B2B Baltic/ Fjord cruises 8/13 and 8/26 because of the itinerary and Celebrity experience. Embarkation was easy peasy and by booking a Sky Suite we were able to board early and enloy lunch in the Lumanai restaurant.The Lumanai was our most favorite perk for booking a Suite and we highly recommend doing so if you can swing it.As expected service was over the top and loved the fact in Lumanai one can order from it's menu and the Moonlight Sonata as well. Victor our favorite waiter is a joy to be served by,A+++ or a 9 on the new English grading system. The highlight for us has to be St. Petersburg Russia! Awesome, we used SPB tours there and Olga is a tremendous guide and hostess of her city. It is 2 solid days of intense touring ,but well worth the effort.Photos are allowed almost everywhere at the sites except the Amber Room at Catherine's palace(photo enclosed)".The Underground ride was safe but we were constantly warned to be aware of pickpockets and their subtrafuges. As previous posters have mentioned Celebrity is vert proactive with sales pitches throughout the sailing,but a polite no thank you was always acknowledged. The Eclipse is clean and fun to be coddled for our 13 day Baltic cruise and we would surely sail with them in the future. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
This trip was about three years in the planning. There were 14 family members celebrating our 50th anniversary. We chose a Celebrity Suite so that we would have a larger space for family gathering and were very happy with this cabin. ... Read More
This trip was about three years in the planning. There were 14 family members celebrating our 50th anniversary. We chose a Celebrity Suite so that we would have a larger space for family gathering and were very happy with this cabin. There is a separate bedroom, walk-in closet/dressing room with dresser; large bathroom with a combination tub and shower; plenty of storage space; desk; two TVs; large veranda; and plenty of seating. There was a slight vibration from time to time, as I have seen other reviewers note. It really was not a problem. Each family group had their own cabin. Our grandchildren were 8-14 years old, and they all loved the ship and youth activities. They were able to be very independent. Their parents liked it as well. Embarkation was very easy. We were able to enjoy lunch away from the noisy Oceanview Cafe that is so crazy for the first day lunch. We shortly met our stateroom attendant who was perfect. We also had a butler, Peter. We thought he was a bit full of himself, and we really never made any special requests from him, even though that is part of his function, I guess. He delivered canapés each afternoon. They were not our favorite. Perhaps we should have requested fruit or something else instead? The ship is easy to navigate and, even with a full ship, rarely seemed over crowded. The busy times were near the main dining room (MDR) and before and after show times. We had the benefit of dining at Luminae, but chose to have our dinner in the MDR so that we could eat with our whole family. Our servers were amazing, especially with having the seven grandchildren to accommodate. We did enjoy breakfast in Luminae. The servers there are flawless and so very friendly! As to entertainment - the production shows were numerous, energetic, professional, with wonderful costumes and LOUD, TOO LOUD. We skipped the last one. One other show really stood out, though. We wondered if we should even go to see the ukulele group, but it would have been a big mistake to miss it. They were outstanding and deserved their standing ovation. Other entertainment that I enjoyed was the Hot Glass Show. On Sea Days there are so many things to choose from. You should be able to fill up your time. There were also three guest lecturers. Captain Fred was the most visible, approachable captain that I have seen in our 27 cruises. He was there at departure to shake hands and wish the passengers well. Departure went very smoothly, but, wait, we continued on to the next itinerary. We did, however, see our family on their way. We did not take any of the ship's excursions. We independently took the train in Flam and the bus to Mt. Dalsnibba in Geiranger and just enjoyed the other ports. Bergan was a bit rainy, though. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Summary A nice but not particularly great cruise. Celebrity has some major problems on what could be a great ship. Our key issues were: 1) FOOD Meal times are what you should look forward to on a cruise. They should be special, ... Read More
Summary A nice but not particularly great cruise. Celebrity has some major problems on what could be a great ship. Our key issues were: 1) FOOD Meal times are what you should look forward to on a cruise. They should be special, but too much on this ship is poor motorway/pub food (the buffet) or just over cooked or poor quality. The best place on board of is Murano and Sushi on 5, followed by the other speciality restaurants (but not Qsine which is very average and something no one would do twice). Blu is nothing special (though massively better alterative for dinner than the MSR or Buffet) , most people take the steak, which says it all. Breakfast not bad but beware timing, its only open for 90 mins most days. 2) AVARICIOUSNESS The whole experience is spoiled by Celebrity trying desperately to take every dollar you have, whether through over priced tours (Crusingexcursions.com is much better and cheaper), constantly trying to charge for pictures ( even with the captain!), cocktails priced just above your package limit, a minibar you can't use, huge costs for water, the premium for real food in the speciality restaurants, emails or notes at dinner trying to get you to expensive auctions or events, the lack of an iron and many more irksome occurances. 3) DISTAIN You are constantly treated as if you don't matter. Bars close when you want to use them like during a great sailout, restaurants close at lunch time for no good reason, they don't even change your sheets unless you ask, and on an 8 night cruise ! The minibar (and its prices) an insult, so easily but annoyingly circumvented. Towels are minimal unless you ask for more, and you cannot get crisps, nuts or olives in any bar on the ship ( even for money!). Tables are so close together you might as well be eating with others except in the speciality restaurants, they seat you in the MSR for their convenience and service is atrocious. The customer clearly doesn't come first on Celebrity. We'd happily pay more for a better class of food, service and treatment. The staff are wonderful, helpful and so pleasant to talk with. The wifi is the best we have had on a cruise. The ship is clean and has some good spaces and is well run. The strategic management is obviously where the problems lie. They aren't sure what their target market is, they plead middle market but they go down market at every opportunity. Beware if you expect anything approaching a 4* never mind 5* experience. 1st day Drove ourselves to Southampton, parking and checking really easy and well handled. Luggage took a while (boarded at 11am, appeared around 4pm) and apparently can take till 6pm. Muster drill rather pathetic, our muster point had handful of seats, and was pretty much as packed as the old terraces on the Kop! You don't wear the life jacket, so most people won't know how to, and you never even see the lifeboats. Instead they showed some stupid Janet Bond video with a pathetic story around safety. Room too hot and stuffy with so many in, rather like a commuter train. Not a good experience. Aqua class seems to have priority lines when boarding which is nice. Cabin a bit smaller than ones we've had before but it's cheaper. Wardrobe quite small but you can get more hangers if you ask but another time would bring some light wire ones. Towels minimal, ask for double quantity. Robes good. Shower very good, especially the jets that wash you all the way down! Only 3 power points ( do these ship designers live in the 21st century!). Two are USA style, one European, none U.K. Balcony nice, comfy chairs and it has glass sides so you can recline and still see out. Afternoon canapés a joke, who thinks cakes are canapés? Apparently even the premier drinks package does not grant you minibar drinks. $4.50 for a coke! You can get them unopened from a bar and put in the fridge. Not so beer or wine! You get one bottle of champagne on a night you choose in Aqua class. Room attendant Margrette very nice and helpful. Generally the ship is rabidly commercial, will charge you $6.50 for water which they smugly are pleased to do "for your convenience". Good tip - get in quickly and book speciality restaurants as the peak times are gone by the time the ship sails. Ship is bigger than any we have been on before. At times it gets very crowded. Was extremely please we had no tendered ports. Blu restaurant Major complaint there is the vibration from the engine which is very marked. Staff very nice and chatty thug tabes are very close to each other. Some interesting creations, starters like a soufflé that looks like pate and a calamari dish so bereft you gave to search for the rings. Some days there are severa I'd like, some none, ts hit and miss here depending on what you like. The night they did rib eye steak which pretty much everyone I cud see was having tells you about the food level. Some main courses and most puddings very good though waiters seem to want to put chocolate with everything including creme brûlée which is frankly weird. Also it's amazing how all cocktails are $12 when everything from $11 down is free on the classic drinks package. Also some of the bar prices are eye watering, e.g. A bottle of Fullers London Pride , which retails about £1.50 is $ 14!!! Nice evening music in the bars on 5th and 3rd decks. Blu breakfast Good selection of choices and good service though they have no clue how to make sausages and English make English bacon and sausages edible. I think they steamed them! Moonlight Sonata Restaurant, MSR (balcony deck 4) Also a lot of vibration ( which is not evident in our room on deck 11) Very light lunch, good service but food nothing special. Typical pub grub. Dinner something else, well worth avoiding, so busy service is awful, we were parked near the service entrance but got little service. A prawn cocktail with 3 small semi cooked prawns? Garbage. No somewhere we went back to again. For god's sake don'thave the chees, 3 plastic white slices, nothing soft or blue. Awful. Ocean View This is the buffet. Good choices at breakfast though it's so crowded carrying hot drinks so is very dangerous. They cannot cook English bacon (neither can Blu, god knows why), the crispy American stuff is better. Lunch edible but think cheap pub grub not good cuisine, a lot of things I'd expect like good ham or smoked salmon, prawns, herrings etc missing. Food is generally over cooked. Vibration is bad here too. So glad it wasn't in the room but they seem to have problems on the restaurant decks. Tuscan Grill Very nice mix of steaks and Italian food. Worth going. Very comfortable too, you aren't practically sitting with the couple next to you as in Blu or MSR. Qsine Not sure what it is, eclectic mixture of food, some nice some crap, no idea why the iPads as they add nothing like real ordering. They brought us a course we hadn't ordered and swore we had. Very poor. Would not go again. Murano Not sure why a French restaurant has an essentially Venetian name? Excellent food and got them to stick to the wine on our package. By far best meal on ship, wish we'd gone there 3 times especially instead of Quine! Cheese selection so good. Sushi on 5 Went for lunch one day in port and food and service so good went back again on the seaday even though it costs a lot. Chicken Gyozas to die for. Bergen It started raining as we docked and never really let up. Nice town, best seen on foot but in this weather best seen from the hop on/off bus. Tip. – we bought ticket in advance on the web, very efficient way and glad we did, several people turned off as not having right money, unpleasant to queue in the rain. Did the Hansiatic and fishing museums, very good value with their shuttle bus included. Celebrity absolutely no clue about speedy boarding when it's pouring with rain, just make you line up and get wet. At least there are umbrellas in the room though the wind was strong making them tough to hold. Very unpleasant experience. You need more boarding capacity Celebrity, and get some rain protection over the queue, hire a marquee or somethin for goodness sake, it's not rocket science. Flam Rather stuffed on the 7am train tour even though I booked well before sailing. Train ride is good, sit on right for best views as you can get out at the big waterfall on the left. Usually fewer people coming down as some walk or bike, so opportunities to switch seats. Nothing much else here so you need dry weather to make it a good port. Geiranger Strange timing here, we arrived before 9 so missed most of the fjord coming in darkness, and sailed late so missed most of it going out. I thought this was a fjord trip? Captain did a 360 at the 7 sisters and suitor waterfalls about 8.15 which we luckily caught. Beautiful valley to sail down, shame most of it is done at night. The tour to the Eagle road and mount Dalsinibba is brilliant, try and sit at the front of the bus as it goes round the hairpins. Cross your fingers for no low cloud at the top as the view 5000 ft down to the fjord is amazing. Again little else to do locally, rib boats probably best. Alesund Not much to see here, have a walk round the shops and the Art Deco district. The lack of anything great to me means this port could be lost in favour of a daytime cruise down from Geiranger but then I guess Celebrity couldn't sell loads of tours,pics etc..... Stavanger Lovely town luckily seen on a sunny day. Old town is beautiful, several good museums close by the ship, plus shopping area, cathedral and small market. I see no need to rush off out of town and see views like pulpit rock where mount Delsinibba is far superior, but each to his own. Very annoyed at the sail out which is very picturesque plus the last one of the cruise, but again they closed the forward bar, essentially the only bar with a view, for some stupid captains club function from 5-7pm. We all paid for the cruise and your facilities Celebrity, why screw us because we haven't been so many times, hey maybe we won't bother coming back again . Why don't they use the conference suite for these events? Disembarking was very easy and smooth at Southampton Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
We chose this cruise because of the Norway Fjords and Celebrity Eclipse. We had cruised on Eclipse twice in the Caribbean. Norway is much colder, not much time spent sitting on our balcony. Our previous Clebrity cruises were Aqua Class. ... Read More
We chose this cruise because of the Norway Fjords and Celebrity Eclipse. We had cruised on Eclipse twice in the Caribbean. Norway is much colder, not much time spent sitting on our balcony. Our previous Clebrity cruises were Aqua Class. Even 18 mothers before our cruise date, Aqua class was full and there were very limited cabins in Concierge. We are NOT fans of the MDR,in fact we added Quisine and Murano to escape the chaos. Then we were seated in Marcia's section and all was good. Our cabin 2102 was the noisiest we have encountered. We also noticed the vibration, it was not evident during our Frebuary cruise on Eclpse. Entertainment continues to decline. We had already seen the production shows on previous cruises,; we skipped them. Best was Ukebox followed by the female singer. It was too cold and wet to attend the evening glass shows. We were disappointed with the Norway in a nutshell excursion. Ordinary trains not optimized for sightseeing in some of the most spectacular country anywhere. The guide essentially abandoned us for boarding; chaos ensued. We really liked Edward Greig's home outside Bergen. Captain Leo was back; he spun the ship so all could admire the Seven Sisters. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2017
We chose this trip for the destinations.(Norwegian fjords). We have taken more than two dozen cruises and we can truly say that this was the best cruise we have ever been on. Every aspect of the cruise was wonderful. Embarkation and ... Read More
We chose this trip for the destinations.(Norwegian fjords). We have taken more than two dozen cruises and we can truly say that this was the best cruise we have ever been on. Every aspect of the cruise was wonderful. Embarkation and disembarkation were flawless. It took less than 15 minutes from the time we arrived at Southampton to be onboard the ship and it took less than 10 minutes from the time we left the ship to have our luggage and outside, waiting for our taxi to Heathrow. It was truly unbelievable. It felt like we were the only ones there. The ship and stateroom were immaculate. The crew, every member, was happy, polite, and went out of their way to ensure we were treated well. The food in the main dining room was delicious. The service in the stateroom, dining room, bars, and everywhere was commendable. The entertainment was fabulous. The ports of call were outstanding, giving us exactly what we hoped for; the beauty of the Norwegian fjords and landscapes. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2017
We took a 12 day Scandinavia & Russia Cruise in Aug/Sept 2017 on the Celebrity Silhouette. Both Embarkation and disembarkation went very smoothly (but we did respect the time they told us to show up and I think that helped). ... Read More
We took a 12 day Scandinavia & Russia Cruise in Aug/Sept 2017 on the Celebrity Silhouette. Both Embarkation and disembarkation went very smoothly (but we did respect the time they told us to show up and I think that helped). Overall the cruise was very good, the atmosphere was more casual than I expected (even in the main dining room dress was mostly business casual with a couple of chic nights). It was enjoyable to be able to eat in the main dining room without always having to wear a cocktail dress (we always dressed nicely but only needed a couple formal dresses). The food in the main dining room was good, plenty of seafood, chicken, beef, pasta and other entrees to choose from. The wait staff were very good and always got our orders right. We were comped the Classic drink packages and enjoyed all the alcoholic drinks, coca cola, bottled water and specialty coffee we wanted throughout the cruise. We are not Martini drinkers or that brand driven (so if you are the same) no need to upgrade to a Premium package. We had a veranda cabin #7289 (unobstructed view) on Deck 7 and found it to be very quiet in general. We were surprised how often the staff were in the hallways with service carts (day & night) but they were respectful. Our cabin steward Elvis was friendly and efficient and kept our room very clean. We took just a few Celebrity shore excursions (1 to Berlin and 1 in Russia to the Hermitage) and mostly went on our own using local trains (Rostock), the ship shuttles (in Tallinn, Helsinki, Copenhagen), taxis/the HoHo (boat in Sweden). We took a Private Tour in St Petersburg with RedSun Tours (excellent, see separate review) to Church on Spilled Blood, shopping, lunch and Catherine's Palace. If you are well traveled and independent, with the exception of Russia and the Berlin day trip, you don't need to take shore excursions, you can do it on your own using local transport and/or the ship shuttles. The ships indoor pool was nice but not large and there is only 1 level of indoor deck chairs. Which would have been adequate except for all the fully clothed people who took up all the chairs closest to the pool and would lie there reading books or their devices all day. It made it hard for those of us who wanted to use the pool to get a chair nearby (if at all). The staff never said anything to the people sitting there just reading, We only went to the buffet a couple of times (mostly for breakfast); the food was good but some days it was hard to find a seat. Some people would not leave their tables even after they were finished eating (there were small signs on the table asking people to do that). But generally we were able to find seats at large tables with other people, so it wasn't a big issue). Cafe al Bacio on Deck 5 was great for specialty coffees, pop, water and desserts, we went at least once a day. We had read reviews that said this ship was older and the decor a little drab. While it is true that this ship can't compare with some of the newer/larger more elaborately decorated ships it is still a very nice, clean, comfortable ship and we would go on it again. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
We chose this cruise for the outstanding itinerary, and the EXCELLENT value that this sailing represented. When you consider the cost of hotels, meal and transport to the places we visited (most for the first time) this cruise was an easy ... Read More
We chose this cruise for the outstanding itinerary, and the EXCELLENT value that this sailing represented. When you consider the cost of hotels, meal and transport to the places we visited (most for the first time) this cruise was an easy choice. Overall the ship was in excellent condition. Our balcony cabin, 8150, was was roomy and Nelson, the steward, did a fine job. However, the furnishings certainly had seen better times. The curtains were torn in several places. The arms and backs of the sofa and chairs showed lots of wear, and the bed skirt was shabby. We were quite happy with the food quality and service in the main dining room. In fact, the service was VERY good. Breakfast and lunch in the buffet were more than satisfactory in terms of food. Busing the tables didn't seem to be a high priority. Many days I had to move dirty dishes to clear a space for us to eat. Premium dining was relentlessly promoted throughout the cruise. I suspect that because so many passengers had received a complimentary drink package, the wait for a drink, if you didn't go to the bar yourself, was long enough to be annoying. Entertainment had it's highs and lows. Jayne Curry was an absolute delight. We saw both shows and thought she was as good as we've seen on a cruise. The last production show, "Destinations" (or something like that) was the worst thing I've seen in a theater. It rose to the level of dance school recital only through the best efforts of the performers, who were given material that RCCL should be embarrassed to have paid for. The few interactions I had with guest services were perfect in every aspect. I really felt that every staff member I met treated us well. We opted to book our tours in Berlin, Tallinn, and St. Petersburg with Alla tours. Our groups were small (10,6,7) and the guides were excellent. The cost was less than the ship's excursions. Instructions from Alla were clear and accurate, and there were NO problems at all. We booked Hop On-Hop Off tours in Helsinki, Stockholm, and Copenhagen through Guest Services and were happy with those tours. In summary, this was the best cruise of the 18 we have taken. The ports were what we came to see. Celebrity had a few flaws, but I would tell my best friend to book this cruise in a heartbeat. We talked friends into going on this cruise with us, and they loved it and Celebrity. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2017
We have been on nearly two dozen cruises and have traveled on several cruise lines. In our opinion, Celebrity is the most professional and and has the best maintained of the major large cruise lines. Our August 13, 2017, we departure ... Read More
We have been on nearly two dozen cruises and have traveled on several cruise lines. In our opinion, Celebrity is the most professional and and has the best maintained of the major large cruise lines. Our August 13, 2017, we departure from Southampton on the Eclipse for our 13 day cruise to St. Petersburg and back with stops in Denmark, Sweden, Estonia and Germany. It was truly a great adventure. We had a wonderful time throughout the ship, in the Blu dining room, and in our Aqua Class stateroom, too. The shore excursions we did on our own with our trusty Rick Steves Northern European Cruise Ports guide in hand to Copenhagen, Stockholm and Tallinn were delightful. Our ship sponsored tour in the Fredericia, Denmark was new for the ship and what a treasure it is. Our guide through the town of Fredericia and Christenfeld was a local young man who gave excellent narratives and was extremely personable, pointing out where his family members lived along our bus travels. It was so refreshing to have such an engaging guide. In St. Petersburg, we opted for the long two day tour. Our guides, Maria and Ekaterina knew every palace, painting, museum, church and canal in the city. They definitely made the entire cruise worth every penny. Finally, the ship's employees, from Captain Leo, the most engaging ship captain we have ever encountered on any cruise line down to our wonderful room attendant, Will, represented the Celebrity line as one would expect from a first class world cruise line. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2017
We had not cruised since my husband became ill a few years ago. Now he must dialyze, so travel is difficult. We found this cruise offered through Dialysis at Sea, and as we had not done a Baltic cruise, we thought we would give it a try. ... Read More
We had not cruised since my husband became ill a few years ago. Now he must dialyze, so travel is difficult. We found this cruise offered through Dialysis at Sea, and as we had not done a Baltic cruise, we thought we would give it a try. The crew were very friendly and attentive. Likely the tone of the ship having been set by the very friendly, and very present, Captain Leo, who attended our Cruise Critic meet and greet, the first captain we have ever seen to do so! The ship is clean, the public bathrooms are routinely attended to, and when entering the dining room or Lido buffet usually a staffer quirts hand sanitizer into your hands. Since my husband is vulnerable to infection we appreciated this touch. Unfortunately on the last formal ( smart chic or whatever they call it now) night we were already seated at a table of 8, when a woman who was very ill was seated beside me. She sniffled, coughed, and blew her nose loudly beside me and tried to talk to me, leaning toward me because she was hoarse. She was flushed and running a fever, admitted she couldn't eat, and said she only came to dinner to accompany her husband! Although we all at the table by this time had suggested that she should go and rest in her cabin, she did not leave. 48 hours later, and just before the end of the cruise ( right on cue) I became ill. One week on I am struggling with a sore throat, coughing, and feeling terrible. All this and trying not to give it to my husband. So.... There is one thing more I would encourage the dining room staff to do - there should be big signs outside the dining room and buffet saying, "If you feel ill, please do not enter the dining room. We would be happy to bring your meal to you in your cabin". Which brings up the issue of room service. The room service menu is very limited. To get food that would make a meal one has to pay surcharges on each item. And there is no room service the last morning of the cruise! The buffet and dining room were posted to open at 6:30, but we had to get off at 7 to take our transfer van to the airport. I should mention that our transfer and the air flight was arranged though Choice Air by Celebrity, so this was not something we had arranged ourselves. Fortunately we decided to check the Deck 14 buffet at 6 am, hoping some food had started to be put out, and were able to grab some bread, scrambled eggs and sausage as it was arriving on the steam tables. The food in the main dining room was good, so we did not feel the need to use any of the specialty dining. Also my husband often was not feeling like eating after his dialysis, so only wanted small amounts of food in any case. We rarely used the buffet on Deck 14, but when we did there was a very excellent selection. I did try the Indian food up there, and it was very good. Dialysis at Sea is expensive, but it was the only way we could cruise. We had to cut short some port days, or not go ashore on others, because my husband had to dialyze. If other dialysis patients are reading this, please know that the days and times to dialyze are set by the management company in Florida. You will find that there is no consideration if it is a port day or a sea day. You are assigned times and a dates, and they are not changeable, you have no choice in the matter. However despite the limitations, we had a successful cruise. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Chose this cruise for the itinerary and Celebrity. We were not disappointed. Those who say Celebrity has gone down hill, I firmly dispute. We sailed on the Eclipse and the ship was in great shape. The crew was very friendly and engaging ... Read More
Chose this cruise for the itinerary and Celebrity. We were not disappointed. Those who say Celebrity has gone down hill, I firmly dispute. We sailed on the Eclipse and the ship was in great shape. The crew was very friendly and engaging from Captain Leo on down. The only misstep was the first stop of Fredericia, Denmark. Really not a great spot with little to do. Would have rather spent more time in Stockholm. Aside from that this was a great cruise. Weather was not bad, some clouds and rain on one day but nothing to stop the tours. Leaving out of Southampton England was perfect with plenty to do when arriving the day before. The small music groups on the ship were entertaining. Production shows were pretty good, but that's not our primary reason for cruising or picking a ship. Aqua Class did not disappoint and the new items on Blu's menu were a welcome. Most of our excursions were with an off-site company that was excellent. I would recommend the Eclipse and this itinerary to anyone without hesitation! Read Less
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