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10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2016
This was our first visit to the Caribbean and our second trip with Celebrity. It will probably prove to be our last trip to this part of the world and the second of a number with this cruise line. Why no plans to return? Manchester/New ... Read More
This was our first visit to the Caribbean and our second trip with Celebrity. It will probably prove to be our last trip to this part of the world and the second of a number with this cruise line. Why no plans to return? Manchester/New York/Miami/Fort Lauderdale was a real pain before we even saw the ship, although overnight at the Novotel in FL was fine, while the return trip via a single stop in Zurich was better, but still tiring. The itinerary, which I concede we chose, was disappointing. None of the ports was really aesthetically pleasing, with Fort Lauderdale's huge commercial operation setting the palm/beach free standard and with four days at sea the concept of seascapes to die for was hardly fulfilled. I now know much more about cranes than palms. Perhaps we should have chosen the Eastern Caribbean Islands cruise which followed our and might well have coloured our thinking more favourably. Ironically, the high winds on our trip to Grand Cayman, blew us into a part of the island we were not scheduled to visit and we were doubly indebted to Celebrity's office staff and Captain Leo for securing an attractive, alternative mooring. With only a handful of fellow Brits, the ship was dominated by third-age clients from the USA and Canada. 'Dominated' is the only word and while I am in that category age-wise, I would warn new and younger cruisers to consider the implications of being at sea with 2,000 pensioners. It is a hazard of all cruises, but this was a real test. The 'I'll wear what I want' attitude from some was probably an inevitable outcome of the more relaxed dress code and I can live with that now I know just how scruffy people are prepared to be when they go for dinner. That said, a man in a hoodie in the Silhouette Restaurant must have been doing it for a bet! So what might tempt me back? A wonderful ship with a magnificent crew. Exceptional in every respect, with the captain and his social lieutenent Alejandro setting a terrific lead and the crew - especially the entertainers - delivering an exemplory cruising experience. Good food on a daily basis, with a treat at the Murano Restaurant the highlight. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2016
We booked a wonderful Alaska cruise with Celebrity two years ago. So, given the quality of the food and entertainment we experienced there, we booked an 11 day Central America cruise on the beautiful Equinox. We were disappointed. The ... Read More
We booked a wonderful Alaska cruise with Celebrity two years ago. So, given the quality of the food and entertainment we experienced there, we booked an 11 day Central America cruise on the beautiful Equinox. We were disappointed. The Silhouette dining room doesn't serve the same quality of food their reputation says they do. The food in the main dining room, although varied, is bland and unappetizing to say the least. Knowing that their cruising clients prefer the occasional lobster tail or filet mignon steak, the company has moved these items to the speciality restaurants and forces you to pay $35 - $40 to get them at the Murano or Tuscan. The food there is exceptional but I personally resent being taken advantage of and paying for the "good" food that was always enjoyed in the past in the main dining room. Of course, it was our choice to eat the better food. Last year, I ate lobster and filet mignon in the main dining room with Princess cruises. The average age of the clientele on this cruise must have been near 75 and a good number of them were disabled or had mobility issues. I'm glad to see people of this age enjoy life as they do (we will all be there soon) but it does have an effect on the overall feeling of the cruise. In this case, it almost appears that the company scrimped on the quality of the musical entertainment knowing only 10-15% of the passengers would be late night dancers. The house band was not up to the same standard as my previous Celebrity cruise and left me disappointed. On a positive note, the crew was extremely well trained and courteous, the service was beyond reproach, the ship was immaculate and our stateroom was splendid. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2016
First time on Celebrity Cruise lines and it was a WOW! The room, service, entertainment and the staff were all great. A pleasure and so much fun. We will go again. This time we were on the Celebrity Equinox. Just the right size for us. The ... Read More
First time on Celebrity Cruise lines and it was a WOW! The room, service, entertainment and the staff were all great. A pleasure and so much fun. We will go again. This time we were on the Celebrity Equinox. Just the right size for us. The embarkation and disembarkation were so smooth, we never touched our bags until we got home. Just loved it. The dining room was great and the food was over the top as were the choice of wines. The activities and the ports were all very well thought out. The nightly entertainment was great and a lot of fun. The room were very spacious and the beds were king size and very comfortable. I can't say enough about the cruise. Fun, Fun, Fun. They even had real grass on the top deck, real grass, so nice on the feet. Can't wait to do it again on Celebrity. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2015
Hotel night before and Parking: Cambria Suites, Dania Beach: Wonderful hotel with separate TV’s/sitting area and large rooms. Free parking for 11 nights. Close to restaurants and nice shopping area, but better to drive 5 minutes ... Read More
Hotel night before and Parking: Cambria Suites, Dania Beach: Wonderful hotel with separate TV’s/sitting area and large rooms. Free parking for 11 nights. Close to restaurants and nice shopping area, but better to drive 5 minutes there rather than try to walk over busy roads. Must wait to day of check-in to book shuttle ($5pp paid at desk). Do not pay van driver...He tried to rip us off and charge $10 each! Got $5 back from desk when we returned. Returned via cab to hotel rather than await shuttle ($20). We were allowed entrance to port and check-in at approximately 10:30am. Included Beverage Package was marked on shipcards. Then sat for a short time and boarded ship around 11am or so. The weather wasn’t great so we changed our plan from lunch poolside at Mast Grill to exploring Equinox and having drink/lunch at Oceanview Buffet…Excellent food and choices! Rooms ready around 1:30 or so. Pleased with our Concierge, Deck 10 cabin with best steward ever, Mario. I had typed up a list of items we like in our cabin at home and gave this to Mario….. i.e., icebucket, glasses, extra hangers, etc. All appeared soon after muster along with our luggage. Mario also cleaned out mini-bar, but told us he could no longer exchange the free white wine bottle in our room for something else. This policy has been changed. Unpacked and headed to Sailaway at Sunset Bar to meet Cruise Critic friends. A bit disappointed that Celebrity’s Sailaway party was affected by weather. Met friends at our nightly stop, the fun Martini Bar, then headed to dinner around 7pm. Never a wait for Anytime Dining on any night of our cruise. In fact, the hostess kept our “usual location and staff information” in her computer and seated us there nightly. Kudos to Suki and Meta. Fabulous service. Food was the best we’ve ever experienced. We had lots of On-board credit to use up, but didn’t feel using it to book a specialty restaurant was needed. Ate one night in MDR with two of our neighborhood friends and their UK friends/relatives who were staying in AquaClass as well as our two nightly tablemates. No problem having them join us in MDR. Loved the first of the new Celebrity Production Shows (think it was called Live). Second show, Elyssium wasn’t as good, but still enjoyed it. Sorry the third production show wasn’t ready for our cruise. This new concept of entertainment really seems promising. The comedian, Phil Tag, was the funniest man we’ve ever seen on a cruise. Ventriloquist (sounds boring, but don’t miss this one) was absolutely amazing. The lone male singer/entertainer was pretty good. Did not care for the flute player, the house band, Take Five, or the woman singer. Kudos to Cruise Director, Alejandro…Lots of fun. Also loved Andres, one of the entertainment staff. Not as crazy about his assistant. Felt like she really didn’t connect with passengers DJ Flow’s music and personality were the very best. Danced at a 70’s party one evening in the Sky Lounge which is very pretty….Fun w/DJ Gio. Don’t know if it’s getting older, doing lots during the day or more probably, not feeling great, but we passed on lots of late night dancing, etc. Next cruise! Enjoyed Sea Day and Meet N Greet with fellow Cruise Critic passengers. Alejandro, the captain (very friendly and fun) and other staff attended. Went to snorkel at Eden Rock in Grand Cayman. Just walked the few blocks from ship, seeing shopping area enroute. Unfortunately, the weather was rainy and didn’t see nearly as many fish there as we did on our last visit to Paradise Grill area right next store to them a few years ago. We did see a huge spotted flounder which was nice though. Snorkeling Chankanaab National Park this year was so much better. Missed our group’s scheduled slot pull since I wasn’t feeling well. Heard that they won $47 each…Oh well, next cruise! Thoroughly enjoyed our prearranged trip with Dora in Cartagena Columbia. Thanks for arranging, Steve! The walled city was beautiful as were the other stops. Would have liked more time to shop in the dungeon area though. Dora bought the group some fresh fruit which was really delicious, especially in the high humidity/heat of Cartagena. Panama – Toured privately with Robtad’s. When we arrived Roberto, the owner, told me we would be with another guide which worried me a bit since I had read so much about him. He informed me that our guide, Edwin Miranda Gurro, would be better than him. Edwin was extremely knowledgeable and fun and we were extremely happy with him. A great day…Thanks to Carl for arranging our tour. Thankfully, we had just enough time to see a huge cargo ship approach the lock, watch the water level change and the gates open. Amazing. I really wasn’t thrilled about going to the locks initially, thinking it would be slow and boring…NOT. The rest of the tour to various spots in Panama City was also fun and amazing. We tried to stop for a local lunch enroute back to the ship. However, traffic was crazy due to upcoming holidays and a parade so the group voted to pass on lunch. Costa Rica was probably our favorite port this trip. We used William Guerrero/Luis Martin’s private tour with Carlos as our guide. We stopped frequently along the way and saw amazing red tree frogs, green tree frogs, little ants carrying leaves, a paprika pod, a Ylang-Ylang leaf which smells like Chanel No. 5. Saw many sloths and other wildlife on the Tortuguero Canal boat trip. I had arranged this tour and was hoping my cruisemates would enjoy it. Glad that it was fun. Enjoyed relaxing on our next sea day and seeing some of the daily ship’s activities. Probably a good spot here to commend the fitness spa for cleanliness, equipment, etc. Although we didn’t take advantage of the paid items this year, the Zumba last year was great. Loved dancing with Alejandro and others during the day. Visited Blue Kay Beach Club which I had read about on Cruise Critic. Took $2 taxi back and forth. You can also take an open air bus for $3. We somehow missed where to board it though so taxi was fine. No charge to visit there although they do expect you to buy food or drinks. Pina Colada was awful. Local beer and nachos good. Walked the Malecon, passing various beach clubs. Great beach day. Shallow, clear water. Snorkeled our favorite spot in Chankanaab National Park the next day. So worth the $22 pp fee. ($2 coupon at their site). Split a cab with another couple so just $6 to get there. $12 for just 2 of us to return to port. Nice molded or wooden chairs with tiki hut umbrellas/tables included. Extremely clean. Saw a seal show in Spanish which was really nice. Adventure of the cruise….There are so many fish, small and large, very close to the easy entry steps to water at this amazing Park. We would never miss this Park at Cozumel. Best snorkeling ever except in an area we visited on a catamaran near Buck Island years ago. I had read that if one brings dog biscuits to draw the fish, your snorkeling would be even better. So I put some dog biscuits in my snorkel vest and open it a bit to take one out to put in my hand to break up occasionally while snorkeling. Wrong move! In a few seconds we were totally surrounded by fish, some pretty large. Beautiful, but they started swimming under our arms, over our heads, up our backs, etc. I dropped the biscuit that was in my hand, but of course they still could smell them in my vest! It felt like we actually were in a bucket of fish. Both of us were bitten a bit (not seriously), but knew it was time to get to shore and get rid of the dogbiscuits and clean vest out. (Later on that day on our ship someone told me that feeding fish in the islands is not permitted) We later headed out again and snorkeled along the beach very far. Fabulous…Lots of colorful fish including some big schools of them. Headed to the lagoon area at the Park and saw two iguanas which I love. Also saw some huge crocodiles in their exhibit. Had the most delicious salsa, chips and fish tacos of my life at their beach restaurant along with some light Tekante beer. Great, friendly service also. Nice to have a Sea Day before we disembarked. Enjoyed various onboard activities such as the Top Chef at Sea show, etc. Said our final goodbyes to Sukihara and Mehet in the MDR and our cabin steward, Mario. They were really terrific. Woke up in Fort Lauderdale at around 5:30am and sat on the balcony watching another large ship pulling in. We decided to grab some coffee and light breakfast items and eat there so we could relax before heading to the Equinox Theatre for our departure call at 8:20am. Celebrity had a recap of the ship’s activities playing while we waited. Nice touch. We were called on time to depart from this fabulous cruise full of wonderful memories. The only negative I can remember from this cruise was that customs was so SLOW. At first just one clerk for US passengers and then just two. The waiting lines were really awful. We’ve had just one other problem with customs in the past and that involved a drug bust which held us up. Understood that, but this time really seemed uncalled for. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2015
Cruised the Equinox from Feb. 23 thru March 6th and must say we had an overall great time. The ship was in terrific shape and the ports were great as well as the weather We had a bit of a tough start. The ship was being Sanitized from top ... Read More
Cruised the Equinox from Feb. 23 thru March 6th and must say we had an overall great time. The ship was in terrific shape and the ports were great as well as the weather We had a bit of a tough start. The ship was being Sanitized from top to bottom because of a recent outbreak of the nor virus the sailing prior. This cause a late departure and even later ability to enter the staterooms. There is no fault to be cast because it was a necessary inconvenience . But it did really make for a stressful first day and a lot of extra complaining from the grey hairs. I also must say this was the longest Muster Drill I have ever encountered, again a necessary evil. After finally being able to enter the cabin we were pleasantly surprise. This was a frugal trip for us so we booked an inside in deck 8 and were surprised by the size and layout for the room and bathroom. Plenty of storage and the best shower we have had outside of a suite. Our cabin steward was a great person but was overworked from the start. He did a superb job for us and any little request that we had he fulfilled quickly. The overall appearance of the ship was great with a really good flow throughout. We spent little time in the lawn club but really enjoyed the Glass show. What a great feature. The pool deck and the solarium were both great areas to spend time on the sea days. Though crowded I could always find a lounger in the sun while my fair skinned wife snuggled up to read her book in a shaded corner. It was nice seeing the pool attendants making a sweep occasionally to pick up discarded or unused towels thereby freeing up loungers. The shops that we walked thru are the same as we've seen on all cruise ships and the sales merchandise really was nothing special and a lot of the time priced the same everyday It was nice that with so many people having the free drink package the pressure to buy, buy , buy was very minimal on this cruise. I did enjoy the casino several time and even played the same $20 at the poker slots for 4 nights before I donated it to the ships purse. Lounges were fun for the most part especially Celebrity central whichh had some great entertainment venues going on. The dining experience onboard ranged from good to very good and only the first night where we dined at the silk harvest would I rate the experience exceptional. This night Not only the food but the staff and the ambience were outstanding. We had select dining which really works well for us as we like to dine alone but will always chat with those at the tables next to us. We just are not a 2 hour for diner group. We had a great wait staff in the back of the ship in the private room with Jonathan and his assistant Marco. They were exceptional and a lot of fun every night. We really enjoyed there efforts and the food they delivered was always hot and well presented. Overall the food was very good and on a couple occasions was exceptional .Definitely one of the best cuts of prime I have had in a long time and the Twin lobster tails were great. We were happy that, though the portions were not large, the variety of choices for the several courses never left us hungry and we never left overly stuffed. For breakfast and lunch we used the food court buffet and though it was buffet food I thought it was still better than most ships we have been on. Omelets were great for mornings and the Panini and pizza good for lunch. Always a fan of fresh salads and fresh fruit. There were time when the buffet would get crowded but all seemed to move fairly well. We waited till the end of the cruise when they offered 2 for 1 dining and we booked the Tuscan Grill at the back of the ship on deck 5. a perfect setting for another really good meal. The steak was great but the pasta was a little overdone. Really.... The entertainment was on of the weakest parts of the cruise for us. We enjoyed all the shows especially the first woman performer who was on Norway's got talent. She had an exceptional voice and was a great Pianist to boot. Also enjoyed the Juggler and the comedian. production shows were better than the reviews had lead us to believe. Kudos to the acrobatic couple who gave the shows a upscale element. The 2 entertainment groups were good for casual evening entertainment Overall we had a very enjoyable cruise with a great itinerary on a great ship and look forward to sailing Celebrity again in the near future Read Less
Sail Date: March 2014
I have always cruised with Princess and I must say, this was quite an experience for me. The service was exceptional. We entered the ship as soon as we arrived and I never got registered so fast on a cruise. They are a very organized ... Read More
I have always cruised with Princess and I must say, this was quite an experience for me. The service was exceptional. We entered the ship as soon as we arrived and I never got registered so fast on a cruise. They are a very organized cruise line, especially their tours off the ship. We were in a holding area with a numbered tour and it was so easy to find the bus once we exited the ship. The food was fantastic and was prepared very well. Our waiter , was very helpful by suggesting the top picks for dinner in the evening. We booked some tours privately, but one we booked from the ship in Belize, was terrible. A long ride on a bus to the Mayan ruins, on a very bumpy road that was barely air-conditioned, was not good. As far as entertainment, I think Princess has a better variety, but all in all, it was o.k. The day we disembarked was great. Our luggage was numbered in a holding area, which made it easy to find. I would definitely cruise with Celebrity again. They are very upscale and seem to have everything up to par.   Read Less
Sail Date: February 2014
After having taken a number of cruises with Royal Caribbean, Last year we upgraded to Celebrity. It was a nice switch. We found this cruise with a number of stops that were unusual for the Caribbean runs. Yes it had Grand Cayman and ... Read More
After having taken a number of cruises with Royal Caribbean, Last year we upgraded to Celebrity. It was a nice switch. We found this cruise with a number of stops that were unusual for the Caribbean runs. Yes it had Grand Cayman and Cozumel, but it also had Cartagena, Columbia, Porto Limon, Costa Rica, Panama, and Belize. while we had been to Cartagena many years ago, we were amazed by the change, especially in the Boca Grande Area. As experienced cruisers we don't normally take the ships cruises, since we can find local operators with a greater ability to meet our needs. The ship is quite beautiful, but I understand it's going into drydock after the Caribbean season. Celebrity is noted for upgrading their ships usually every four or five years. This make the experience quite pleasurable for the traveler. The entertainment was not up to par, with the exception of a Cirque de Soleil type of show which was spectacular. The first production show was so bad we left halfway through. Our cabin seemed smaller than we were used to, though the veranda was larger and I spent quite a few hours there while we were under sail. The bed however was the most comfortable i've slept in on any cruise I've taken in the past. We did not try any of the specialty restaurants, since we found the food and service in the main restaurant exceptional. My only criticism was with the maitre'd, We had asked for a table of eight or more, since we like to spend time with a company of cruisers. My wife and I were on a table of eight, but their was only one other couple. We asked him to find another with others. We finally had to discover a group of two couples ourselves who we sat with for the rest of the cruise. The only other disappointment was disembarkation which took two hours. I don't think the fault was Celebrity's but our own ICE government agency, since it appeared that at least half of the immigration staff seemed to be missing.. In the past the in room entertainment contained a few entertainment channels. They have mostly disappeared, with TNT only remaining.   Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2011
Embarkation was fairly simple and help was right at hand to direct us to Captain's Club window, which I was unaware existed. Vessel seemed to stretch forever, but entrance to our cabin was a really pleasant surprise. Much larger ... Read More
Embarkation was fairly simple and help was right at hand to direct us to Captain's Club window, which I was unaware existed. Vessel seemed to stretch forever, but entrance to our cabin was a really pleasant surprise. Much larger than I had anticipated, and well laid out, with the sofa area closest to the veranda rather than stumbling over the bed to reach the doors. The big surprise was the bathroom, which I still would like to pack up and smuggle out to bring home! So much roomier than our memories, and so compactly and aesthetically designed! Wish it had a line for hanging wet things somewhere, but basically almost perfect! I was happy to be located close to the elevators ((which were beautiful) as the Equinox is a very long ship on the stateroom floors. My walking has been limited since a hip replacement, but I found if I used the central bank of elevators on activity decks....3, 10, 12, 14 etc,the walk was not as far fore or aft, and easier for me. The Silhouette Dining Room was lovely and more than adequate, and the staff was very willing to fulfill any reasonable request. Oceanview Cafe on deck 14 had so much choice I actually found it confusing! Most was excellent, and it was difficult making the choice of where to have breakfast, since we like meeting new people on 14 and being served on 3! Suggest eating at Bistro on 5 at least once. We ate at Silk Harvest, a visual delight, though beef chow mein on the menu of an upscale Asian Restaurant surprised us! We also thought the choice of 3 entrees for 4 people was a trifle inadequate and puzzling. But the atmosphere was heavenly! By the way, the hamburger/frankfurter stand near the pools had the most delicious burgers. For those watching sodium, the french fries were loaded with salt, but yummy! The evening shows were most enjoyable and the "Cirque in the manner of Europe" was striking; such talent and daring, with marvelous staging and effects! If you are a reader, bring books, and plan to leave them behind, as the library was somewhat sparse. The main pools were not as large as I recalled, but many people used and enjoyed them, and the outdoor entertainment was charming. There was not a moment on the events calendar without something planned, for those who wish to attend lectures or games and such. Sorry, but I can't comment on that aspect, since I was so thrilled to have time to read without telephones ringing or the Internet screaming for my attention! I recall the daily count of money won on the slots, reaching at least a million dollars at the end; again, no comment as it's not something I dare try! And shopping...well despite the fact I'm all shopped out, and need very little more at the age of 84, my dear husband managed to find a lovely simple pair of earrings for me as a memento of a beautiful cruise. I hope this is encouraging to those who worry about being "past their prime" for travel. I can no longer look forward to walking through cities I've enjoyed, but cruising is more inviting than I dreamed! I figure if I stick with this beautiful Celebrity line, eventually we'll work our way up on the Captain's Club status to enjoy the various bonuses others have achieved, so that's our plan from here on! Disembarking went without problems, but I will be sure ALL my carry ons are on wheels, as the walks are very long until one is finally at the lowest floor, collecting luggage. Carrying my heavy tote wore me out! Read Less
Sail Date: November 2010
Ship was beautiful, staff very friendly & accommodating. I use a walker & found it difficult to open & keep door open to enter cabin over the sill. Inside the cabin I had to fold the walker (3 wheels) & store it behind the ... Read More
Ship was beautiful, staff very friendly & accommodating. I use a walker & found it difficult to open & keep door open to enter cabin over the sill. Inside the cabin I had to fold the walker (3 wheels) & store it behind the drapes as the passageway was very narrow. Purposely taking late dining to relax after going ashore, we found that most shows were changed to have the late sitting passengers see the show while the early seating passengers ate. Therefore, we missed most of the shows. Another reminder for all- If you have booked to take a cruise on a new ship that is coming into port for the first time, as was the Equinox (this year it will be the Silhouette), don't rush to get to the ship early as we had to hang around until 2:00 PM in order to board as the Coast Guard had to do its thorough inspection of the Ship. The food & elegant of service was not up to par as it had been on the Millennium in 2006, nor Azamara Journey in 2009. However, I love Celebrity & am taking the October 10th, 12 Day Holy Land Cruise on The Silhouette and remaining on Board for the Transatlantic Cruise into Port Liberty, NJ Read Less
Sail Date: March 2010
We have traveled on many cruise ships with many cruise lines and have been on several Celebrity ships but we have both agreed that our recent trip from March 29,2010 to April 9, 2010 on the Equinox was fabulous. We feel in love with the ... Read More
We have traveled on many cruise ships with many cruise lines and have been on several Celebrity ships but we have both agreed that our recent trip from March 29,2010 to April 9, 2010 on the Equinox was fabulous. We feel in love with the ship and all that it had to offer. Our cabin was lovely and we enjoyed our mornings sitting on the veranda and having our coffee while we sailed on the very blue Caribbean. Our cabin steward(Miguel) was wonderful and did not miss a thing including making sure we had everything we needed especially my ice water. Our dinner companions at our table came from England, Canada and Florida. We had a lot of interesting conversations spending longer than each night having our dinner at the 6:00 seating. Our table was 344 and our waiter Gary never rushed us. The food was very good most nights and though we did eat at the Tuscan grill and thoroughly enjoyed every morsel. Our ship stopped at Grand Cayman, Cartagena, Panama,Costa Rica, Roatan, & Mexico. The few trips we took from the ship were okay but the one we took in Roatan was not described correctly. They did not say that the trip to the ship wreck was going to entail jumping off the boat and swimming back to shore this was a problem for some. Most of the shows on board were very good, we especial like the performance by the ships cast, the dancers were fantastic. The only really bad night was when they had a singer named Travis, who thought he could impersonated other singer. Totally wrong, really bad and so was the ventriloquist the last time he preformed. Though we traveled on a full ship that had 355 children and over 45 countries represented you would only know that when we had to disembark the ship. That is something that Celebrity needs to improve upon. It is the time it takes getting to your luggage that was unorganized. We loved the ship so much we book another cruise for June, 2010 on the Eclipse to the Baltic. Great work Celebrity we look forward many more cruises with you Read Less
Celebrity Equinox Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.6
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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