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We just finished another great Celebrity cruise - this time to the Eastern Caribbean. We embarked from Miami, which although a favorite city of ours to visit, we arrived just in time to begin boarding the Equinox. Embarkation went ... Read More
We just finished another great Celebrity cruise - this time to the Eastern Caribbean. We embarked from Miami, which although a favorite city of ours to visit, we arrived just in time to begin boarding the Equinox. Embarkation went smoothly. We've cruised aboard the Equinox once before, which is partly the reason we chose to cruise on her again. We enjoy everything about the ship, beginning with its layout. While large, it does not overwhelm. If you're used to the ever-larger ships popular on lines like RC or NCL, perhaps this ship may seem small and lacking some of the activities you'd find on ships twice its size. For us, and those seeking a true resort-like (not adventure park-like) experience, the Equinox performs wonderfully. Our cabin was on the 7th floor and was a standard veranda room. Our attendant, Fatkur, was exemplary! It was our first time in the aft of the ship, which we found quiet and reasonably secluded, albeit sometimes a far walk on occasion. We dined throughout the ship on this cruise. On our first night, we dined in Murano, the French-inspired fine dining restaurant. We had pre-booked a reservation prior to boarding at a steal of $35. We had among other dishes the tableside prepared lobster, which we could've repeated. We ate at Silk Harvest another night, which is the ship's Asian-fusion restaurant. Although not a culinary hit with us, the service was as expected: impeccable. When word got back to the restaurant's manager that we did not enjoy our meal, he visited us for feedback and to offer us another dining opportunity. Although we didn't take him up on his offer, his reaching out and graciousness cannot go without mention. It was the sort of customer service we've grown to expect from Celebrity staff. We also enjoyed our lunch at Sushi on Five, the obviously named sushi restaurant on Deck 5. We were able to take advantage of another promotional opportunity, as we did on our last Equinox cruise, which did not disappoint. Otherwise, for our meals, we enjoyed them in the main dining room, including breakfast and dinner most days. Of course we lunched in the Oceanview Cafe, the ship's buffet venue. We were never disappointed and always received excellent service - attentive, without hesitation, and with grace. We were able to enjoy the evening entertainment on a few nights - each production we really did enjoy. Similar too, the live entertainment throughout the ship was a nice treat. Overall, we enjoyed this cruise and the ship. You won't be disappointed with either, and the service we experienced has to be our biggest enjoyment. We're excited to see the renovations slated for it in another couple months! Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Embarkation took 1hr and several attempts. (because we were British?) booked a table for 2 in the restaurant but were put on a table for 8. Told it would be sorted but it wasn't really. A table for 8 split was split into a table of 4 ... Read More
Embarkation took 1hr and several attempts. (because we were British?) booked a table for 2 in the restaurant but were put on a table for 8. Told it would be sorted but it wasn't really. A table for 8 split was split into a table of 4 and 2 twos with a six inch gap in between the tables. No privacy. Usually sail on princess but found this ship (celebrity Equinox) tended to rock about probably due to its narrow beam which princess never do. ) To many smoking areas around bars which made it uncomfortable for us non smokers. No cocktail lists around bars to chose from. Now the positives- excellent WiFi at sea. Nice classic drinks package. Very friendly staff. Lovely dining area at the rear of the ship. No areas to busy. Great adults only pool. Nice selection of food in the buffet.. Good amount of lifts which meant no queuing. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
My 35 year old daughter and I sailed on the Celebrity Equinox from March 16-23, 2019. Since we both work very hard, we were looking forward to relaxation, excellent service, good meals, sun, and fun. A couple of tips that might help: ... Read More
My 35 year old daughter and I sailed on the Celebrity Equinox from March 16-23, 2019. Since we both work very hard, we were looking forward to relaxation, excellent service, good meals, sun, and fun. A couple of tips that might help: 1. Aqua Class made all the difference in the world to us. Eating in the Blu restaurant each morning and evening was a delight. The service is outstanding and, within reason, you can eat what you want...order off of the Blu menu which changes daily, or order from the main dining room. In addition, the Sommelier would greet us each night with a recommendation for a fantastic wine or spirit. Being in a small dining room was relaxing and special. 2. We got the Premium Drink Package for $11.80 extra per day per person. (The regular drink package was included in our package.) We are not big drinkers but has a blast tasting top shelf drinks and not worrying about the extra cost. The Premium Drink package includes specialty coffees, teas, water and sodas. This was especially useful to us as we found the coffee on board the ship to be terrible. The room service coffee is undrinkable. 3. We booked excursions on our own and not through the ship. In St. Thomas we went kayaking and snorkeling near mangroves, in Nassau we went to a private island Barmoral, and in Punta Cana we took a shuttle to Juanita Beach. You never have to worry about getting back to the ship on time if you book through a reputable company on TripAdvisor. Our excursions were the best... and we saw beautiful beaches away from the crowds. 4. Check your bill carefully as we were charged for things that should have been included. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
This was our first time cruising with Celebrity after having cruised previously with Royal Caribbean and MSC. We have always had wonderful experiences when travelling with each of the other carriers, but this week and the wonderful ... Read More
This was our first time cruising with Celebrity after having cruised previously with Royal Caribbean and MSC. We have always had wonderful experiences when travelling with each of the other carriers, but this week and the wonderful experiences we had when on the Celebrity Equinox was extra special. We had a great feeling right from the first day at check-in, it was smooth, no hick-ups, quick and the counter staff was friendly and knowledgeable. It was no time before our room was ready, but while waiting there was a band playing music on the pool deck and by the time we had a quick drink, we are down to our room. We stayed on deck 7. We had a room with a balcony, port side, near the front of the ship. The room was spacious with gobs of storage. Don't forget that suitcases fit under the bed and that there is storage above the bed too. We actually didn't use all the storage, there was so much of it. The bathroom was by far bigger than those we have had on Royal Caribbean and MSC. Gee, the shower pressure was better than we have at home. Our food experience was also second to none. We ate in the Oceanview cafe every breakfast and there was no problem at all to find something for everyone. I am diabetic so I must watch what I eat closely, but I always left feeling full and satisfied that I had a great breakfast (this was important because we were always busy during the day-both during sea days and certainly when we were in port). The Silhouette Dining Room experience was above and beyond what we had expected. Our server, Elbert, his assistant, Mario, our bartender, Gerald and our sommelier, Richard were over the top knowledgeable and courteous beyond. We shared a lot of laughs with each of them and they made each night a truly fine dining experience. We never felt rushed and if we didn't care for something or simply wanted to try something else, there was never a problem. The atmosphere was refined, yet casual, providing for a great supper every night. We capped off every night by heading to the theatre for a very professional, entertaining show. The singers, dancers, acrobats were stupendous. The two comedians we saw had us roaring in our seats. Simon, the Cruise Director was funny, involved and obviously passionate about what he does. it was great to talk with him during the week. If you have a chance, you MUST do the silent disco. It was a blast to sing along, dance and have a great night with everyone doing their own thing. This was one of the most entertaining times we had all week-and there were many of them. Kudos to the MasterGrill on deck 14. We had lunch there when at sea and the hamburgers were great. It was convenient not have to venture too far from our deck chairs when at sea. Demarkation was smooth, we made arrangements to be the first group off in the morning because we had an early flight to catch out of Miami. Guest Relations was very helpful when we needed to change our demarkation time. We were sad that our week came to such a quick ending on Saturday, but we know we will be back. For our four friends that were travelling with us, it was there first-ever cruise and they are now hooked. We have already started talking about planning our next next cruise. Thank you Celebrity. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
We are first time cruisers in our 40's and chose Celebrity due to it's high ratings for service and food. We were looking for warmth and relaxation but also some good excursions that combined history, physical activity and ... Read More
We are first time cruisers in our 40's and chose Celebrity due to it's high ratings for service and food. We were looking for warmth and relaxation but also some good excursions that combined history, physical activity and beautiful views. We had a Concierge cabin (1149) with a larger than average balcony due to the location being the last cabin starboard. There was quite a bit of motion/rocking due to moderate seas and likely the cabin location but otherwise noise was not an issue. We rate the cabin's organization highly with plenty of space for storage of clothes, toiletries, shoes, etc. As expected service was really, really good. Standouts include Savio (stateroom attendant), Linda (MDR Hostess), Sergio (waiter) and Abdulali (assistant waiter). We thought the food was so-so. We ate in Tuscan and my husband needed to send his steak back twice due to it being undercooked. He finally just asked them to bring him an order of lasagna which was quite good. My steak was cooked to order but the sauce/jus tasted like canned broth. Service, however, was excellent. We also ate at Silk Harvest. We had booked it online via the Celebrity app and did not realize the night we booked was a special event (Silk and Soul) and included a multi-course set menu, with the majority of courses consisting of seafood. This was fine for me but not for my husband who is allergic to most seafood. Had we known we would not have booked for this particular night. The restaurant manager was kind enough to offer my husband food from Blu which he did enjoy. We enjoyed MDR breakfast more than the buffet so did that most mornings. MDR dinners were a bit hit or miss for us (highs included beef wellington, turkey, and cheesecake. Lows included chicken and salmon-both overcooked). We did a Celebrity shore excursion in San Juan (Old San Juan Food and Walking Tour) which was very good. The guide was very knowledgeable of Puerto Rican history and very engaging. We had booked a ziplining adventure in Punta Cana (through an outside vendor) but the ship was unable to provide tender service due to rough seas so this day was essentially another sea day. In St. Thomas we did our own thing, riding the gondolas up to Paradise Point and souvenir shopping. In Nassau, we went to the British Colonial Hilton and had a relaxing beach day. All in all this was a very relaxing vacation. Almost too much so for me. I think if we had been able to do our excursion in Punta Cana I would rank our week a bit higher but I found myself bored at times. The only show we attended was a special guest singer, Ashlie Amber Harris, who was outstanding. Disembarkation went very smoothly for us (we checked one bag on the last night). Overall we did enjoy our first cruise. It was certainly relaxing and the service and cleanliness of the ship was top notch. I definitely think I would prefer a more port-intensive trip so will focus more on specific destinations and excursions for the next cruise we book. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
We were on the Equinox for NYE and then again 2 months later. The staff are very friendly and those whom we had a connection with were very happy to see us again. They went out of their way to ensure we had a great vacation. Captain Kate ... Read More
We were on the Equinox for NYE and then again 2 months later. The staff are very friendly and those whom we had a connection with were very happy to see us again. They went out of their way to ensure we had a great vacation. Captain Kate is very personable and was mingling with the guests and stopping for photos any time anyone asked. Every morning, when she made an announcement from the bridge, she not only provided us with location, weather and points of interest, she also included some trivia to ponder over before the answer was revealed the next day. Her last message not only thanked us for sailing, but also thanked her staff for their hard work and dedication and for being wonderful people. She is a true ambassador for Celebrity and a true leader for her staff! Although we were in Aqua and had access to Blu, we dined in a specialty restaurant 6 out of the 7 nights. Our favourite is the Tuscan Grill. We booked all of our reservations for the restaurants when we boarded the ship except for one night where we showed up at Murano at dinner time. They immediately accommodated us. (It was not busy as we only docked in San Juan at 3:30.) We did eat breakfast in Blu which was very good. We had the pleasure of attending the ceremony for International Women's Day on the ship. It was nicely decorated and a red ribbon was provided for those who didn't have something red to wear. (A nice touch!) It was also nice to see senior staff mingling with the passengers around the pool and serving fruit and gelato. We continue to sail on Celebrity because of the amazing staff!! Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
We love Celebrity Cruises, and last sailed on the Solstice to Alaska in 2017. It was great to sail on the Solstice's twin ship - since I already knew the layout of the ship. And, it was an honor to have Captain Kate in charge of the ... Read More
We love Celebrity Cruises, and last sailed on the Solstice to Alaska in 2017. It was great to sail on the Solstice's twin ship - since I already knew the layout of the ship. And, it was an honor to have Captain Kate in charge of the Equinox. I did not care much for the Silk Harvest restaurant, but I understand that with the refurbishing coming up in May 2019 that restaurant will change to a different theme and cuisine. We really loved the Cruise Critic roll call meeting, and it was a pleasure to get to spend some time with the captain at that meeting. By the way, if and when you get a chance to go to a Silent Disco, Go. It was a hoot. Loved the food on board. We did not go the main dining room since my husband prefers casual eating, but the buffet was more than enough. Thanks to all the crew for a great experience. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
This was our fourth Celebrity Cruise in a year. We did two on the Reflection last year and one on the Summit. Overall, enjoyed the cruise except for the food. Most of the food on the lunch and dinner buffet was never hot and usually ... Read More
This was our fourth Celebrity Cruise in a year. We did two on the Reflection last year and one on the Summit. Overall, enjoyed the cruise except for the food. Most of the food on the lunch and dinner buffet was never hot and usually just warm. Ordered salmon and other fish selections a few nights and just couldn't eat it, very fishy. Last night turkey and stuffing on menu. Stuffing was horrible and probably dog would not eat it. Lobster tails one night were disappointing. Food on the Reflection was much better and usually served hot. Desserts on the buffet were all cream filled and disappointing. They should have an apple pie or fruit pie or maybe apple cake or pound cake for those who don't like cream filled items. Breakfast buffet was good. Griddle items were warm, but just waited till they put new french toast and pancakes from the grill. Late afternoon (3:30-5:00) they put our scones, apple turnover, almond pastry, and bread pudding. It's the same every day. Reflection always put out the scones, but changed the other selections. The highlight of this cruise was the house band, The Cardinals. They are just great. We lucked out since we had them on the Reflection last year. I honestly think they are the best house band we've seen on any ship. Dec. 63 played two nights Four Seasons Frankie Vallie songs and it was like watching Jersey Boys--they were great. WE've seen the same production shows on other Celebrity ships --they were ok Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
This was a group birthday celebration cruise with 7 girlfriends & family- all women. Had initially booked 2 Sky suites but were able to upgrade to the PH suite(& sky) for a very fair price. Service was just amazing. Weather ... Read More
This was a group birthday celebration cruise with 7 girlfriends & family- all women. Had initially booked 2 Sky suites but were able to upgrade to the PH suite(& sky) for a very fair price. Service was just amazing. Weather perfect. Full moon. Very friendly & happy fellow guests. Have been on 20+ cruises but this was the best so far. Was pleased and surprised to see women in so many of the top positions - even the captain. Captain Kate set the tone for the entire cruise- elegant, charming, interesting & fun! Our butler, Gordana, was so efficient and patient with us. We had dinner( from Tuscan Grill) together in our suite( all 7 of us) and every detail was perfection! We made a fantastic memory to last forever. It's a long story but the suite manager, Roxana, saved the day for us in an important way! Callie in Michael's Club offered a level of service I've never experienced on other more expensive line like Silversea and Seven Seas. Thanks to all the crew- by far the best ever. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
From being greeted with champagne when embarking to the overall professionalim of all the staff. The steward (melvin ) kept our cabin immaculate and at dinner Gilbert and Deva were exceptional and even explained what was on the next ... Read More
From being greeted with champagne when embarking to the overall professionalim of all the staff. The steward (melvin ) kept our cabin immaculate and at dinner Gilbert and Deva were exceptional and even explained what was on the next evenings menu and any time differences for us to change our clocks to, been on a few cruises never really impressed with ships entertainers in the main venue however this was the exception, even a standing ovation ( brilliant).Bars were different and offered good experiences and great service, we both thourouglly enjoyed our cruise however dissapointed in not going to punta cana , wich we have great memmories of but who am i the captain has our safety and well being first, enjoyed the commentries by the captain learnt and laughed and added to a great experience. The food was exceptional especially main dining room, a great choice in the ocean view the indian food being my favourite, looking forward to cruising on celebrity again. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
For the most part we enjoyed the ship. Our Steward Wiji was amazing. The food was fairly good. We enjoyed the buffet more than the dining room. We LOVED how nice the restrooms were with the little towels to wipe our hands off, instead ... Read More
For the most part we enjoyed the ship. Our Steward Wiji was amazing. The food was fairly good. We enjoyed the buffet more than the dining room. We LOVED how nice the restrooms were with the little towels to wipe our hands off, instead of the hand blowers. The service was overall was very good. The entertainment wasn't the best we have ever seen, in our opinion. We did really enjoy the show with the singer from Denver. To us the biggest negative was that the running track was right where people are eating, smoking, drinking and relaxing on their loungers. Also people trying to walk to the buffet and being run into by walkers/runners on the track. We personally walk the track early in the morning but one day we waited until later and it was a mess. For the most part we usually travel with Carnival and their jogging track is away from other traffic. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
After cruising with Princess three times, we decided to try Celebrity. The Equinox is a smaller and older ship compared to the Royal & Regal Princess. Overall the ship was in good shape. It is apparent that they are letting some ... Read More
After cruising with Princess three times, we decided to try Celebrity. The Equinox is a smaller and older ship compared to the Royal & Regal Princess. Overall the ship was in good shape. It is apparent that they are letting some routine maintenance items go since the ship is going into dry dock later this spring. Our biggest issue with the ship was the pool area. The outdoor pool area is small and the chairs around the pool area are placed with no room in between them. The walking/running trail on the upper level of the pool deck had chairs infringing on the walk. The indoor pool area was no where near at capacity. The grass on the top deck is a unique feature, but there is a lot of wasted space. The entertainment on our week long cruise was lacking. Only one production show. The cruise director Simon, was very energetic but not very visible around the ship. We found the number of activities and the selection of musical entertainment was significantly less than what we were used to with Princess. The waiters and bartenders were excellent. We found the quality of the food in the main dining room comparable to Princess. However, we were not pleased with the buffet. The layout is very confusing and there is no traffic flow during busy times. The buffet food quality was just ok. As far as deserts, the best thing on the ship were the cookies and the ice cream. The other deserts were very bland. During our entire cruise, we were constantly approached during breakfast and lunch about booking specialty dining. We did have one dinner at Murano, which was excellent. We were never approached by any photographer or spa person during our week long cruise, which is not the case on Princess. Captain Kate was very visible during the cruise. Her morning updates which included trivia were very enjoyable and she was on the gangway shaking everyone's hand as they left the ship. We did have a bad experience on an excursion, and Celebrity handled the situation appropriately. We would definitely consider sailing with Celebrity again but Princess will still be our go to cruise line. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Found the ship really nice. Was my first cruise so nothing to compare against. Several people told me that the bar was now set pretty high now. We were in cabin 6129. Remember the water bottles on the bar and items in the mini fridge are ... Read More
Found the ship really nice. Was my first cruise so nothing to compare against. Several people told me that the bar was now set pretty high now. We were in cabin 6129. Remember the water bottles on the bar and items in the mini fridge are not free. I took them out right away and put stuff we brought in there. Replaced the original stuff before we left. I am a coffee drinker. Frankly that was the worse thing about the ship. The coffee is not very good. In the Oceanside cafe it’s horrid. The only good coffe there is the one station as you head to the aft deck. In the main dining room it’s ok. For room service ( morning coffee ) don’t bother. Everything else was great. Bartenders really are not impressive. I get it they are not tipped by the drink etc but they could stand a bit more personality. Over all wonderful first cruise. Like everything, don’t believe all the flash in the ads but it felt classy. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
This was our first Celebrity cruise, and we are now sold on Celebrity. We loved the ship, it was not too big, very easy to find our way. The Celebrity app on our phones helped with scheduling and navigating. We were in cabin 8293, and ... Read More
This was our first Celebrity cruise, and we are now sold on Celebrity. We loved the ship, it was not too big, very easy to find our way. The Celebrity app on our phones helped with scheduling and navigating. We were in cabin 8293, and our friends were in 8295, so we were able to have the divider on our balconies opened up. Our cabin had plenty of space, and ample storage. We were close to the elevators. We only ate in the main dining room, and the food was fabulous! There was never a disappointment, and our waiter and assistant were wonderful. They anticipated our needs. I'm gluten-free, and they automatically had gluten-free bread for me, and advised on menu choices. The service on this ship is excellent! Our room steward was great. We enjoyed the entertainment and saw a great movie. There was a glass-blowing class, and a beautiful lawn on the top deck. We went to a presentation on Faberge eggs, and learned a lot about them. When we arrived in St. Thomas, our ship was bumped from the pier, so we had to tender in. This was an inconvenience, it took a long time to get off the ship. We didn't get off the ship in Punta Cana, since it would take a taxi ride to see anything. Nassau was in terrible shape, we were warned not to wear jewelry and watch our wallets. Sidewalks were missing bricks and you really had to pay attention to avoid tripping. We didn't feel safe. We took a sea and land tour of San Juan, and it was very informative, loved it. Embarkation was good, and we were greeted with glasses of champagne when we boarded. Disembarkation went fairly smoothly, just waiting for your number to be called. I would recommend this ship wholeheartedly. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
It has become an annual winter tradition for us to escape the harsh Maine winter for a week aboard a Caribbean cruise. In January 2018 we had cruised Celebrity for the first time aboard the Summit. We fell in love with that ship, however ... Read More
It has become an annual winter tradition for us to escape the harsh Maine winter for a week aboard a Caribbean cruise. In January 2018 we had cruised Celebrity for the first time aboard the Summit. We fell in love with that ship, however it was scheduled to go through the Edgefication retrofit during our normal cruising window, so it wasn't available. We decided for 2019 we would give Equinox a go on an Eastern Caribbean itinerary. We stayed in Miami the night before at the new Hilton Garden Inn near the cruise terminal, which is a great place to stay by the way. Embarkation was a very smooth process, honestly probably one of the best. We were sailing Aqua Class. We arrived at the recommended time provided ahead of time by Celebrity, and I'd say from the time we were in line until we were on the ship itself was probably no more than 10-15 minutes. Once aboard, while waiting for the rooms to open up, we did the usual scoping out of the ship to see where everything was. I don't know if it's because we aren't as novice cruisers anymore, or if it's the layout of the ship itself, but it seemed very intuitive, like it all just made sense, so it wasn't too hard to find anything. Our 2018 cruise had been a repo cruise with a super low price so we had splurged on a Sky Suite, so I was a little concerned "downgrading" to an Aqua Class room would be a disappointment, and I can honestly say it really wasn't. The room itself is smaller, mostly it's because it is narrower, but we still had a balcony and it has the same amount of seating. Storage wasn't really an issue either. We managed to store all of our clothes and belongings just fine. (Pro-Tip, use the space under the bed to store luggage!) The jet panel in the shower was great! The Aqua Class rooms come with a couple of great perks. One is the private dining room for AC guests, Blu. Now I'll be honest and say overall I think Luminae is ultimately the best dining experience of the two. But, Blu was a very excellent dining venue. We ate exclusively there every night. Quality of food is excellent. Maybe not quite as high-end fancy as Luminae. Staff at Blu were friendly and provided excellent service. It never ceases to amaze me how the wait staff can remember names and preferences when they serve so many people. Definitely a wonderful Aqua Class perk. The other perk I loved was free, unlimited* access to Persian Garden. Persian Garden is the thermal spa. What you will see pictured on the website is the semicircle of heated, tiled loungers. And those are great, but on either end you have a thermal, dry, herbal suite and on the opposite side an herbal steam room. There are also a couple of showers that have "tropical" and "spring" rain settings. In the changing rooms you also have wood saunas. On the Solstice class ships like Equniox, the thermal room is positioned so you can see the ocean. All the while relaxing ambient music is playing. I enjoyed visiting PG every day. (* PG of course has certain hours, and occasionally due to demand, guests would be asked to limit their use of PG to 20 minutes) The itinerary itself was great. For us, the only new stop was Punta Cana, although due to winds and rough seas, we ended up going to Samana instead. We had a great excursion there which included a tour of some caves with cave drawings and petroglyphs, as well as seeing native wildlife. In Puerto Rico we opted to just explore Old San Juan on our own by foot and using public transportation, which included a stop at the big fort. In St Thomas we did the Secret Sands excursion that we did in 2018 on Summit. This is a great, quiet beach on the other side of the island. It's part a national park in St Thomas. Finally in Nassau we did the Blue Lagoon beach excursion which was a very nice beach day. Other ship areas and amenities we experienced during our cruise. We really enjoyed the Solarium on Equinox. It doesn't have the thalassotherapy pool like is on Summit, but we enjoyed the standard pool there just the same, as well as the hot tubs. Seating was plentiful and we generally didn't have a hard time getting seats. One minor complaint is they seem to put all of the towels away in the later evening hours, even while the pools are still open. Now, the outdoor pool area is another story. We spent one afternoon of one of our sea days there, but it took some persistence and checking back to be able to land a couple of loungers. Back to the Solarium, the Aqua Spa Cafe was great. We enjoyed this venue on Summit for a light breakfast or lunch. Pretty much the same on Equinox and having it there in the Solarium is great. We mostly had lunches at the Oceanview Cafe. As cruise buffets go Celebrity tends to have the best selection and quality of offerings. Seating can be challenging depending on when you go. I'm sure there are some other details I'm forgetting, but overall it was a magical cruise vacation. We did book our 2020 cruise aboard which was great as we ended up with extra OBC for the next cruise, along with the 4 free perks as we are going back to the Sky Suites for our next cruise. The disembarkation process was mostly good. The biggest issue is that instead of having luggage in different numbered sections, the terminal used those carousels like used at the airport. The problem is your bag is amongst hundreds of other bags, it took a long time to wait for our bags to come out, and the signage was a bit confusing. But once we had our bags, we breezed through customs. I would highly, highly recommend Equinox to anyone considering a Celebrity cruise. It was easily one of our best cruises yet. It's the ship, but it's also the amazing, friendly, and expert service of the crew. When it comes to cruising, no one does it better than Celebrity. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
We(26m/25f) really enjoyed this cruise. This was our second celebrity cruise. Embarkation and disembarkation went fast and smooth, not much waiting at all. I was kind of expecting the entertainment to be lacking due to some other ... Read More
We(26m/25f) really enjoyed this cruise. This was our second celebrity cruise. Embarkation and disembarkation went fast and smooth, not much waiting at all. I was kind of expecting the entertainment to be lacking due to some other reviews I read, but we thought it was great. The on board singers/dancers/acrobats were amazing! We went to all their shows and were amazed at every one. I particularly liked Elysium the best! The magician, juggler, and Jane Curry were also awesome to watch! We missed the motown group, but heard they were great. Cruise Director Dan was awesome and had some hilarious one liners. The full moon white pool party was great fun. We tend to eat in the ocean view more then anywhere else, so can't comment on the food too much. There was lots of options and the desserts were endless. I do wish they had oven roasted chicken breast every night though!! Our cabin was always kept clean, twice a day. Our cabin steward was great and very helpful. In San Juan we walked to both forts, cathedral, and to the umbrella street. Got some great pictures. In St Thomas we took a shuttle that cost $10 ea to Magens Bay, which was a beautiful beach. Punta Cana was cancelled as I expected it would be due to weather. We went to Samana instead which I was happy about. We paid $120/pp for a ziplining excursion through celebrity, which was very fun. In Nassau we did the dolphin encounter and beach day on blue lagoon island. This is a very beautiful island that I will be visiting again. Overall very happy and booked our next cruise while on board. Hope it's the same entertainment! ;) Was very disappointed to return to -30 degree Celsius temps back home. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
We booked this particular cruise as we are a bit older, and like our cruises to be a bit more relaxed, not the constant party like some other cruises. The service was top notch, our room steward (Jorie) was one of the best we have had in ... Read More
We booked this particular cruise as we are a bit older, and like our cruises to be a bit more relaxed, not the constant party like some other cruises. The service was top notch, our room steward (Jorie) was one of the best we have had in the eight cruises we have been on. Regi in the dinning room was also exceptional, when something wasn't 110% he made sure it was brought up to his exceptional standards. He always had fantastic recommendations, and brought small samples for the table to try. The gang at the Martini Bar, World Bar, and Sunset Bar were also very accommodating. As we had C-3 concierge staterooms our embarkation was very fast, less than 10 minutes from security to ship. Debarkation was also very quick, maybe twenty minutes from waiting in the dinning room to the shuttle. Kudos to the Celebrity team. We also took advantage of the Future Cruise and booked Celebrity Summit for 2021. We do not find Celebrity to be the best when it comes to entertainment, and shows. The two we did catch were very good. We saw the late night comedian and a matinee show with a singer( Julie ?) Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Great cruise, it was a part of a "family gift" on occasion of my parents-in-law's wedding anniversary. Everything went smooth, from the booking to the debarkation. Embarkation in Miami was trouble-free, luggage was ... Read More
Great cruise, it was a part of a "family gift" on occasion of my parents-in-law's wedding anniversary. Everything went smooth, from the booking to the debarkation. Embarkation in Miami was trouble-free, luggage was delivered as expected. Onboard activities were satisfactory and excursions were mainly value-for-money. The itinerary was changed a bit, we visited Samana instead of Punta Cana in Dominican Republic, due to adverse weather. We were scheduled for a dune buggy excursion in Punta Cana, which we were looking forward to, but luckily we could book an ATV excursion in Samana at no additional cost - that excursion turned out to be the best of all the excursions I was on. MDR was fantastic, in general all the food places were great. My girlfriend and I both had the premium non-alcoholic drinks package, which meant that virtually anything non-alcoholic (including virgin cocktails) was available. I personally feel like I didn't use the package to its full value, but that's totally my own fault, I probably should have taken the soda package instead. We didn't really use/see any entertainment activities onboard, we were in the casino one night, because all guests got a free 5$ casino credit, and my mother-in-law managed to win 120$ on her first 2$ spin on the slots - so I guess you could call that a success! The ship itself was great, this was our first time cruising so I don't have anything to compare with, but the ship didn't feel ten years old. We already booked a new cruise on Equinox in January 2021, same stateroom as this cruise, so we are looking forward to see how much is changed with the "Revolution". All my best recommendations for this cruise! Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Get ready for my all over the place, rambling review! We sailed on Equinox last year for a 3 day cruise. I really wanted to try the Celebrity brand and we just fell in love. Previously we cruised Carnival and Princess. This was our ... Read More
Get ready for my all over the place, rambling review! We sailed on Equinox last year for a 3 day cruise. I really wanted to try the Celebrity brand and we just fell in love. Previously we cruised Carnival and Princess. This was our 5th or 6th cruise. I'm in my 40's, BF is in his 60's. Flew in the Friday before since weather in PA/Baltimore can be iffy in January. Took SAS Transportation ($15/pp) from FLL to downtown Miami. Got a room at the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Miami on Priceline for $115. Regular price was $269+. Got two doubles instead of a king but that was no big deal. The Hyatt is beautiful. We went to Whole Foods that evening for dinner and got cheap wine to take on board at CVS, both within a block of the hotel. Ubered ($5 plus tip) to port the next day, around 11. Waited maybe a half hour in line to check-in and then we were onboard. Love that welcome glass of champagne. Headed up to Oceanview Cafe. Absolute zoo the first day, as are first day cruise lunches. Muster drill was in the Silhouette dining room so at least we got to sit. Year before it was in the photo area and we had to stand for over an hour. Dorky video, same as year before. We had a partially obstructed balcony cabin on the 6th floor. It wasn't too bad, the lifeboat takes up maybe 2 feet of your viewing area at your feet. Rooms definitely need renovations. Worn carpets, beat up fixtures, etc. Bathroom nice and big. I was NOT happy with our Steward. First day he came and introduced himself and immediately started talking about the mini-bar. Last year we didn't take inventory of what was in the fridge when we first came on board and we were charged for things that weren't there to begin with. So learning our lesson, we took inventory first thing this time and it must of offended the steward. He kept going on and on about how if we went to Customer Relations to get charges reversed, it would come out of his pocket. Uncomfortable. He also was very adamant about the fact that he was done by 9pm every evening. We always take late dinner and like to have wine and get ready in the room before that. We found ourselves leaving the room earlier and earlier each day to get out of his way. We had to tell him several times that we were on late dinner. It felt like he was constantly intruding. Our room keys stopped working several times. I am an afternoon napper, while my boyfriend liked to run around visiting the bars. If his room key stopped working and the line at Customer Relations was too long, he'd just knock to have me let him back in the room. One evening I was napping and heard a knock. I groggily got up to let my BF in the room (sans clothing, mind you) and the Steward walked in. AWKWARD. Good thing I am becoming less modest in my old age. Lastly, the set of toiletries on day 1 were never replenished on the 7 days we were onboard. We had to ask for soap! And why doesn't Celebrity have ice/ice buckets?? That would have been nice. The room wasn't kept the cleanest either. I know these guys and gals work hard and long hours, really I do. I usually give them extra cash (on top of the ship gratuities) at the end of the cruise. I didn't this time. The food in the main dining room was AMAZING. Other than appetizer sushi rolls at Sushi on Five one evening, we ate in the MDR every night. Yes, the portions can be laughably small. After eating all day, I'm fine with smaller dinner portions. Plus more room for cocktails and dessert. Service was amazing, loved our waiter and assistant waiter. Wine guy and bar guy were great too. We were probably the only two people on board without a beverage package. I only drink 1 or 2 drinks a day on vacation, once a year. The beverage package didn't seem worth it. I would tip an extra dollar or two on top of the 18% automatic gratuity on our drinks and that gave the servers extra incentive to check on us and refill drinks. Last year in the Martini Bar, it was impossible to get a drink. This year, two Martini Bar servers would come up to us right away and get us drinks. I will probably get a beverage package in the future just because it cuts down on the headache of signing everything and it includes coffee and bottled water. We also loved the Sunset bar. Our evening bar guy even found me by the pool one day and got me a drink. Those extra tips do help. Trying to get a drink at a bar directly was just a headache, the bartenders ignored us, it was better to go through a server. Loved coming to the Celebrity tent after port stops to get the icy cold towel and water. That's such a nice touch that other cruiselines do not do. I'm not really into musicals so we didn't go to some of the shows. We did go to all of the comedy shows since I love standup comedy. The first comic was not funny and got most of his jokes from the internet. I knew the punchlines to 90% of them. The second guy was much better. They also showed Bohemian Rhapsody, which we were dying to see at home and just too busy to see over the holiday. Yay! We're probably also the only two people on Earth that hate.silent.disco!! I/we just don't get the appeal at all! My social butterfly boyfriend hated it. I'm as introverted as they get and I hated it. Plus the lines were long and there was no way to get a drink at the bar at the Sky Lounge because it was understaffed. Those 2 poor bartenders and all those people. Ports: San Juan - we just got off the ship and walked around. I had blisters on my feet from new cruise shoes so we stopped at CVS for bandaids and Senor Frog's for a drink. Next time we plan an excursion. First time cruising there so now we know. St. Thomas - took a taxi from the port $4/pp to Emerald Beach Resort which is the beach closest to Celebrity's dock. Rented beach chairs for $7/pp from the resort and just hung out and had a beautiful beach day. Will try one of the further away beaches or an excursion next time. Punta Cana - tender port. I actually like riding on them, it's an adventure. The ride to port isn't very long either but it can get bumpy. So my boyfriend LOVES cigars and we were going to take the Celebrity Cigar, Rum and Chocolate shopping excursion. $69/pp or something like that? Found out, they take you to Don Julio Cigars/Mundo Autentico. If you are staying in one of the Punta Cana resorts, they will pick you up and bring you back FOR FREE to do this!! Yes the Celebrity excursion also takes you to the Dolphin Mall for a few hours as well but it still isn't worth $69/pp. So I arranged my own excursion. :-) I've read mixed reviews about Mundo Autentico but we loved it and would love to go back. There were cigar samples, demonstrations, coffee samples (OMG so good - I wish I would have brought back more than a pound) chocolate samples, mamajuana samples (tastes like Jagermeister to me) lots of affordable souvenirs, I got a pair of Larimar earrings, BF got cigars, etc. Nassau - took a snorkel excursion through Celebrity. LOVED IT. Now I want to snorkel more! I know it sounds like I'm complaining a lot about this cruise but we really did love it and can't wait to go back next year after the refurbishment. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
We chose this cruise because we wanted to try a different line.(Previously been on NCL) Service was excellent, always greeted with a smile. We felt like royalty. The Equinox just had a refined feel about it without being stuffy. The ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we wanted to try a different line.(Previously been on NCL) Service was excellent, always greeted with a smile. We felt like royalty. The Equinox just had a refined feel about it without being stuffy. The ship was sparkling clean, never had to wait long at all before an attendant would come get our drink orders even on busy sea days. Food was very good on MDR, cafe and burger bar. We didn’t try any specialty restaurants. Can’t say enough good things. We will sail again with Celebrity. We had only sailed NCL previously and although I did enjoy NCL, there is no comparison between the two. Celebrity is much more elegant, the staff is more plentiful and friendlier. Also the excursions and disembarkation was much more organized than on NCL. We did book another cruise while onboard the Equinox and look forward to going again! Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
My wife (52) and I (50) just got back from the Equinox January 5th / 12th. It had been almost 20 years since we last cruised on Celebrity and we knew that there would be many changes. As a couple we are rather laid back. We have done many ... Read More
My wife (52) and I (50) just got back from the Equinox January 5th / 12th. It had been almost 20 years since we last cruised on Celebrity and we knew that there would be many changes. As a couple we are rather laid back. We have done many cruises over the years, along with all-inclusives and a few land vacations. Please note this was our experience based on our past experiences. I won’t get into the ports (Eastern Caribbean) since they are covered extensively by others, and, unfortunately we are not picture takers. We had a basic balcony room (6130) that we were told by our room attendant that it had recently received some updates. He didn’t go into specifics but it seemed like new carpet, maybe also the couch and couch pillows. I told my wife that the couch pillows were made by the finest artesian goat herders, because they were so stiff they had to be stuffed with straw. Embarkation: Quick and efficient We found the ship easy to navigate and really liked its size. I booked us a pre-cruise room on South Beach, we got up early and grabbed a nice breakfast outside at a cute restaurant. Then we went back to the hotel, checked out and were at the port by 10:30. We were on the ship with our first drink shortly after. We were fortunate to snag the crows nest (a small bump out with four chairs) at the Sunset bar at the aft of the ship and met two great guys. Shout out to Mike and Adrian. Unfortunately we stayed to long and that means I started off my cruise with a bit of a sunburn. Room: As I said, we were told that we were one of the few who had some updates. The carpet was nice and soft and the bathroom is where I think the biggest change was made. A walk-in shower with curved glass doors. I could be way off on the upgrades since I have nothing to compare to. You could certainly tell the ship was ready for a refurb when you looked at the chairs on the balcony. As far as storage we had enough space, but I can certainly see where it could be a problem. We used it all. One strange/funny bit about the room was; you know that expensive bottle of water they always have in the room incase you get weak and are willing to pay an excursion price for it? It was located on the bottom shelf in the bathroom by the toilet, just a few inches away. Not real enticing, but we NEVER use them so it just brought a little bit of levity each day. Staff: No problems at all. Of course some were better than others. I can see why so many like the martini bar, but it does get loud. It was great to see all of the smiles from the staff and a little sincere appreciation given makes their day. Food: I need to start by saying we cook A LOT and I’m not talking heat and serve meals. This was probably the biggest area we felt was a minor disappointment. At several of the meals the meat was dry/tough. This included burgers from the Mast grill and in the Ocean View. I ate fish most nights in the MDR and it was very good. I also enjoyed the soups, but I found the gumbo a bit lacking in flavor and meat. By the way we did not partake in any of the specialty restaurants and always ate dinner in the MDR. My bride LOVED the cheesecake in the MDR. Odds and ends: I believe most had a beverage package, we had the Classic and it was fine. We did pay a bit extra here and there, but at the end of the day it was smart not to upgrade…for us. Make sure you ask for your specific alcohol so you get what you want. Fellow passengers, 90% were fantastic and a lot of fun. There is a small segment that seem to be FIP’s, “formally important people”. We were enjoying ourselves at the bar one evening and this woman raised her voice (she was not drunk) to get the bartenders attention even though she was no where near next and said “you need to listen to me NOW so you know how to make my drink.” Then she gave several steps on on how to make it and then turned to everyone and said, “I want it the way I want it, when I want it.” That last line is our new slogan. I just laughed and said, “what ever lady.” The elevators were good, even on disembarkation day. Lounge chairs, a little bit of effort and it was no problem. BUT, we also prefer to not be in the sun to much. Music, I wish there were more options during the evening and night times. Disembarkation: First breakfast at the Ocean View, there was a lot of food to choose from. The staff walking around offering beverages and croissants still had smiles on the faces. We did not feel rushed and we found a place to sit right away. After breakfast we found our luggage quickly and there was no wait to get through the TSA (I have no idea how many ships were in port). We got our Uber and headed out to our post cruise hotel. My guess is that we were off the ship by 9am, but again we were in no hurry since we couldn’t check in to our hotel until 3pm. Feelings: After so many years away from Celebrity I do enjoy the relaxed dress code and we still get dressed up a bit. You can definitely tell there have been some changes, but we feel for the price point it is still a winner. That would explain why we are looking for our next Celebrity cruise. On a scale of 1-10 based on our travel experiences, an eight. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
We have cruised on Royal Carribean, Princess, Carnival, and now Celebrity. I would rank Celebrity higher within the four if the excursions exceeded expectations. The dining staff is exceptional. Thank you, Naum, Manoj, and Salv. The room ... Read More
We have cruised on Royal Carribean, Princess, Carnival, and now Celebrity. I would rank Celebrity higher within the four if the excursions exceeded expectations. The dining staff is exceptional. Thank you, Naum, Manoj, and Salv. The room staff is exceptional. Thank you, Leroy. The food in the Ocean Cafe' was good. The dinner menu is exceptional. The wine was nice. The unlimited premium drink package is a must if cruisers consume libations. The premium wine tasting was one of my favorite experiences. Well worth the money. Excellent wine presented by an expert sommelier. The bar staff is amazing. We especially enjoyed the martini bar. Dan, the Cruise Director, and Christine did a great job of engaging cruisers, and they offered a wide variety of activities such as silent disco, bingo, family games, adult games, dance lessons, comedians, magicians, and entertaining talent. Their lead chorus person, Alexis, is outstanding as are the others who perform. The medical staff was professional and helpful. The fitness center is ok. I found it difficult to find entertainment while on the elliptical without WIFI. (WIFI is extra). As I mentioned earlier, I would rank Celebrity higher with excursion improvement. Do not take the Discovery dive in Puerto Rico. The experience is expensive, short, and too dark to see a thing. It is unsafe to take new divers down in the dark waters with one flashlight. The leader was nice, but the dive was unsafe and disappointing. The St. Maarten 5 point Island tour was just average. The bus stopped on top of the summit, which was beautiful. The tourist shop was an over-the-top tourist trap. Chairs and umbrellas at the beach would have helped to make this more special. The certified dive excursions in St. Maarten and St. Thomas were great per my son. The Miami Hop On - Hop Off Big Bus was fun. Do beware if you have to sit inside the bus as the top is full, some buses do not have AC. It was sweltering hot. After we moved to the top, the tour guide, Cat, was very entertaining and we enjoyed the tour. The Celebrity directions for excursions were a bit unclear for us. The Puerto Rico biking excursion left the dock before the departure time and so did other excursions we attended. Read the ticket details. The meeting time is noted on tht ticket. This meeting time should be the departure time. I missed the Bike Tour even though I was at the meeting place 5 min. late, but at the dock by the departure time of 4 p.m. More clocks on the ship and more clarity with directions would help - especially at the first port. In addition, some of the Excursion staff were helpful, while others were not (Thank you Will and Natasha). On our first excursion, two Celebrity staffers treated me unprofessionally with a "I should have known" all of the details approach. The experience was anything but positive, and I had to work to remove the distasteful lense. With regards to the ship, she is an aged girl and needs a bit of updating but she is super clean. A word of caution, be careful on the steps. Some of the steps have rubber to prevent slipping while others have metal strips. When it rains, the steps can get slick. My son experienced this first hand, hence my earlier positive comments about the kind and professional medical staff. Cruisers must use the handrails and lots of Purell. If you choose to cruise with the Equinox, enjoy all that she has to offer but cautiously select excursions. Read Less
Sail Date December 2018
Just had a 7 day Eastern Caribbean cruise on the Equinox. Everything went extremely smoothly, from the taste and variety of the food at the Oceanview and the main dining room, to the cleanliness and politeness of the staff at the ... Read More
Just had a 7 day Eastern Caribbean cruise on the Equinox. Everything went extremely smoothly, from the taste and variety of the food at the Oceanview and the main dining room, to the cleanliness and politeness of the staff at the restaurants. Dan France as the cruise director was the best as well. Cristine being his deputy are a great team to entertain us. Some of the entertainers, however, were mediocre at best. The onboard entertainers were impressive. Too bad the acrobats steals the show most of the times from the singers even though the singers were great. The cabin steward was good. However, I saw some stains on the leather sofa, crumbs on the table out on the balcony, and the shower room have soap and water stains. The embark and disembark also extremely smoothly. The ports, however, for eastern Caribbean can be better choices. While Nassau and San Juan were good, Punta Cana and Charlotte Amalie is just really for the beaches and some shopping. Maybe slightly more developed ports? Overall, the whole experience is superb. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
I enjoyed the food. It was excellent. They still do lobster tails on the 2nd formal dinner, which they called "chic night".... lovely ship. Well maintained, very pretty and modern with nice vibe in the main dining room and in ... Read More
I enjoyed the food. It was excellent. They still do lobster tails on the 2nd formal dinner, which they called "chic night".... lovely ship. Well maintained, very pretty and modern with nice vibe in the main dining room and in the seaview eating area. Love how you can walk out the back and eat outside. The staff is incredible. So friendly and helpful. They go above and beyond. Disembarkation was fine but we had to wait a bit for our transfer which was booked through Celebrity. The weather was amazing so we weren't in a hurry since our flight was six hours later anyway. I went with my 89-year-old mom and a wheelchair. She was treated like the Queen. Our cabin was big, open, clean and the balcony was lovely. Every time we came back it was spotless. There were so many activities and we had a short stint in the medical area due to a fever mom developed on day 2. They were so professional and amazing - very assuring and quick to see us. Not cheap but we had insurance. The Blue Lagoon shore excursion was excellent. We had a great time there and on the way there from Nassau to Blue Lagoon, the boat was so fun, the crew very entertaining singing and dancing with the passengers. The old and new San Juan excursion is a bus tour and the buses are old. Ours had a flat and we could not finish our tour. We docked there at 4 pm and that is too late to see anything out of bus windows. We did get to the San Cristobal Fort before the sun set and managed to see the graveyard. So many people take this tour it almost feels like they herd you onto buses and I would not recommend this tour at all. Better to book private tours or go off on your own. I will say the ship never really felt crowded and there were many things to do but we were there to relax and used our balcony a lot. We did go to a few shows. Not really my cup of tea, as I am not a big fan of this new trend to combine dancing with acrobatics and opera with the shows. I like a good old fashioned 60s or 70s or 80s or 90s show with dancing and songs I know. Just my preference. Topper was too "out there" for my liking. I found I liked the two rock/country singers Raegar the best on the trip. The pool in the solarium is lovely as is the hot tub. The outdoor pools could be bigger. Not enough hot tubs for everyone on the main pool decks. Lovely area though. Never many seats available. They could use more tables to sit at on the pool deck. I had no problem with the tender in Punta Cana... it was a quick ride. They handled it well. My first time there so we walked around and bought a pass to an all day inclusive. Very nice. The trip to Emerald Beach in St. Thomas was a cheap 5 min cab ride and its a great beach, and I have been to St. Thomas three times so I knew I wanted something quick and cheap. Spent the day there. Have never been dissappointed in St. Thomas. Overall a memorable trip and definitely will now consider Celebrity in my top two cruiselines!! Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Chose this cruise as it had a unique itinerary. Celebrity is our favourite cruise line and this cruise did not disappoint. Food and service in Blu were amazing. Enjoyed many breakfasts in Blu as well - much nicer than fighting the ... Read More
Chose this cruise as it had a unique itinerary. Celebrity is our favourite cruise line and this cruise did not disappoint. Food and service in Blu were amazing. Enjoyed many breakfasts in Blu as well - much nicer than fighting the crowds in the buffet. Embarkment was slowler than normal but disembarkment was faster! If you get a chance to see the behind the scenes Q & A with the entertainment (singers, dancers) - GO. It was excellent seeing behind the stages, props, make up rooms, etc. Entertainment was excellent, wonderful musicians. Only thing I would have liked was a band around the pool playing “island” music. Food in Blu was exceptional - love that they give you smaller portions. That way you have room for appetizer, main and dessert! One thing that is disappointing is the waiting for drinks - frequently had to wait awhile to get a drink from bartenders. Guess they are busy because of the number of guests with the drink package. Wonderful, relaxing holiday - well worth the money! Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Celebrity Equinox Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.5
Dining 4.5 4.3
Entertainment 4.0 3.9
Public Rooms 5.0 4.7
Fitness Recreation 4.0 4.3
Family 4.0 4.3
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.8
Enrichment 4.0 3.9
Service 5.0 4.6
Value For Money 4.5 4.2
Rates 4.0 4.3

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