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4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
Okay, lets start. After reading various reviews of this ship and some not very flattering here is my unbiased review. It did not start well with transfer from the Westin Hotel LAX to the ship this was a joke and very poorly organised by ... Read More
Okay, lets start. After reading various reviews of this ship and some not very flattering here is my unbiased review. It did not start well with transfer from the Westin Hotel LAX to the ship this was a joke and very poorly organised by Celebrity, we eventually arrived at the port at about 13:30 and within 20 minutes we were in the bar. The cabin - 9160 C1 concierge, exceptionally clean, great balcony with 2 x sunbeds and 4 chairs, we meet our room attendant (Malcolm) and he explained everything to us. Dining - This was outstanding, we had select dining, the main restaurant was great, service, food, waiters & sommelier we could not fault. we may have had to wait 5 or 10 minutes on the odd occasion but that's select dining. Tuscan Grill was a treat, Quisine was interesting. The smash & grab was busy on the odd occasion, but we always found a table, we thought the food was very good quality and loads of choice. Sundeck - always found a sunbed there's loads and never had any issue in finding a quiet spot, The rooftop terrace was nice. Entertainment - The ships cast were incredible, and probably the best we have ever seen on our many cruises, but please note they all finished their contracts at the end of our cruise, so a new cast will be on-board now. Service - was exceptional, we did 15 nights and they never let a day go by without a smile, a good morning / afternoon or asking if they could do anything for us. The managers of the departments were always on patrol and making sure everything was ship shape and very approachable, always asking if we need anything. A note to finish on, the ship is old (2001) renovated in 2011 and shows signs of a little wear and tear, but it's like your old pair of slippers a bit rough round the edges, but really comfortable to wear. The ship was inspected by US health inspection while in port at LA and scored 100% which is outstanding for the ship & crew. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
We wanted to experience the Panama Canal on a big ship as the last time we did it was on a much smaller boat. The Canal is amazing and was definitely worth doing again. The Beyond the Podium speakers added so much to the experience. We ... Read More
We wanted to experience the Panama Canal on a big ship as the last time we did it was on a much smaller boat. The Canal is amazing and was definitely worth doing again. The Beyond the Podium speakers added so much to the experience. We loved everything about this cruise. The Infinity is still a beautiful ship. The Captain and many of the senior officers were at the meet and greet. He told us that they had a surprise health department inspection on the day we boarded the ship. He was so proud of his team because they scored 100%. The crew bent over backwards to provide excellent customer service. We were so impressed by how clean the ship is. Our dining and sommelier experience was The best we've had in a long time. We went to more shows than we've ever done before because most of the entertainers were top notch. There were afternoon shows on sea days that we really enjoyed. We are looking forward to being on the Infinity again in March. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Overall the experience of a lifetime. The Infinity is showing her age a bit but very well maintained. We are not excursion people, nor are we fitness buffs so have nothing to report in these areas. All ship staff we encountered offered a ... Read More
Overall the experience of a lifetime. The Infinity is showing her age a bit but very well maintained. We are not excursion people, nor are we fitness buffs so have nothing to report in these areas. All ship staff we encountered offered a friendly greeting whether they were on task or in passing. Stateroom attendant Chico was outstanding. The buffet offered a wide selection of very good offerings. The MDR was always very good. Delicious food well presented. Waiter Artika and asst waiter Imam very competent and efficient, and a lot of fun. Weather was acceptable most of trip. Could have used a bit more sunshine through the canal, will have to talk to Celebrity about that next time. Entertainment throughout the entire cruise was excellent, whether provided by headliners or staff singers, dancers, or orchestra. My biggest disappointment is with the sound board in the main theatre. Most performances were simply too loud, out of balance, and way too much echo/reverb. Not all programs are Rock concerts! A major rethink on the usage of the sound board is needed. This did not prevent us from seeing all shows, and certainly did not detract from our enjoyment of the entire trip. Hopefully we will be able to do it again! Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
This “Eastbound Panama Canal” cruise on the “Infinity” beginning on October 8 was our 24th on Celebrity among more than fifty overall for my wife and me. This was the second of our B2B cruise after doing the ... Read More
This “Eastbound Panama Canal” cruise on the “Infinity” beginning on October 8 was our 24th on Celebrity among more than fifty overall for my wife and me. This was the second of our B2B cruise after doing the “Pacific Coastal” cruise starting on October 1. We've also posted our review for the first one and some of those comments are repeated here. We very much enjoyed this cruise as the very good food and great service from your staff and crew members continues to be top notch. We are also happy to now be “Elite Plus” with the additional perks like the 240 minutes of internet and even more laundry options. We continued our stay in Cabin 3104 which was comfortable and quiet, even though it was very near the Grand Foyer atrium and the Guest Relations desk. Our housekeeper, Edi, did a great job keeping our cabin neat and clean while being “invisible” while we were relaxing there. That approach is perfect for us. The Guest Relations staff members were very professional and helpful. We were pleased to see GR Officer Garmen Zhang whom we met on our B2B2B cruises in Asia a year ago. Melissa was also accommodating. Our OBC from Celebrity and CruCon, our travel agent, was immediately posted on our account which helped us to plan how to spend it. On other cruises, it took four or five days so this was the fastest ever. Cruise Director Luigi and Activities Manager Nacho were OK, but nothing special. After a few nights, we got a little tired of Luigi’s introductions at every show requesting the increasing tens of thousands of “holas”. They seemed more suited to a different cruise line as other CDs and AMs on Celebrity have been classier. Others seemed to like them so it's just a matter of personal taste. We had been in “Select Dining” during the first cruise. We appreciate that Celebrity has many tables for two for that option, but most of them are so close together that you might as well be sharing a table. We talk to many other guests during the day and later in the evening, but we prefer to have some “down time” from these conversations at dinner. Also, my wife has trouble hearing which can make these interactions difficult. So, we switched to a table for two at “Early Fixed” at the 6:00 time for this one and our private table worked out much better. The food and service in the “Trellis” MDR continued to be excellent. Our waiter, Mega, and her assistant, Anthony, did a great job quickly taking care of us each and every evening. Our sommelier, Mercy, provided helpful advice for our wine choices. Rodman always had our bottled water ready for us at our table. So, we were very happy to have the same group of servers rather than being at different tables with different servers each night with “Select Dining”. We usually order our favorite dishes from each menu, but we tried some new ones this time and they were also very good. The Oceanview Café provided many options during the day and late into the night. We particularly liked the Indian/Asian selections and fish and chips. We also enjoyed the hot/cold drinks and desserts in Café al Baccio. The bartenders in the lounges were efficient even when they were very busy. DeJean in the Rendez-Vous was particularly helpful and made the best Grasshoppers we’d ever had. Adi Putra and Willie provided excellent service in the casino, Constellation Sky Lounge and other venues. We were pleasantly surprised that the Classic Beverage Package was now allowing up to $9 for beer, wine and liquor drinks. In the past, the beer offerings under $6 were mostly lagers and lighter brews so it was nice to be able to have Guinness, Boddingtons, Sam Adams and other more robust options. The downside was that Bailey’s, Amaretto, Frangelico and most other liquors are now priced at $10 which seemed a little petty. We spoke to the Beverage Manager about that on the first cruise. Sorry I don’t know his name, but it was not Anti from the second cruise who is very personable. He was a bit abrupt when we asked him about that saying “it’s been like that for months”. He didn’t bother to explain that you can now pay the difference if it’s over $9 as we’ve done when we’ve had the Premium Package. We didn’t find that out until much later in the second cruise when one of the servers, Rodman, told us about it. Another odd twist was that you can’t get cans of soda even though some venues open a can in front of you and pour it into a glass. We suspect that it’s a cost-saving measure, but we’re not sure what this change really accomplishes for such an inconvenience to your guests. Unfortunately, this sort of thing contributes to people’s perception that Celebrity is “nickel and diming” them. That’s certainly not the image that they’d like to present so we hope that they reconsider this policy for future cruises. We continue to support “Evening Chic” with my wife in her dresses and me in my suit or tuxedo. We understand that other guests aren’t as interested in doing this as we are, but it’s nice to see some still like it as much as we do. We often joke with other guests who feel the same way that we need to keep “Evening Chic” alive! All three production shows were very good as usual and the singers and dancers were quite talented. We really enjoyed the “Swing@Sky” show in the Constellation Lounge. The entire cast kept up the high level of energy for a very long time, even though the waves were high and the ship was rocking. We saw it during the first cruise and both times it was the very best of that type of event on all of our cruises. This was the final cruise of that cast's contract so they will all be new on the subsequent cruises. The “Duo Destiny” show with the acrobats Goncalo and Kinga was unbelievable. Among the guest entertainers, we particularly liked Hard Day’s Night (Beatles tribute) and Mike Price (“Rock Star Juggler”). We were very lucky on this cruise as both bands were excellent. We saw Take 5 on our B2B2B cruises in Asia a year ago year so we were happy to see them again. They were great then and are even better now that their keyboard player is back with them. The singer and their other members are very friendly and approachable. The Bryan James Band was terrific, especially since they were billed on this cruise as a “dance band” rather than “house band” or “party band”. Bryan has a great sense to humor and his band can play a wide range of music depending on the audience and the venue. Mr. H often played the piano with them on some songs. The last night of the cruise, someone requested that Bryan’s band play “Blurred Lines”. They said that they don’t do that one, but members of Take 5 know it so they joined them on stage and played that song. It was nice to see them and the audience really enjoying their collaboration. We hope that Celebrity keeps both bands under contract for as long as they can. We’ll just miss Take 5 on the “Constellation” by a few weeks as we’re on a B2B2B starting in November and ending just before Christmas while the band will start in January. We asked Bryan if they had booked their next gig with Celebrity and they are very interested in the “Eclipse” next spring in Europe. We are doing a B2B2B2B starting in May so we are really hoped that they can get that itinerary as it would be great to see them there for 42 nights. We hope that Celebrity can keep them both! We always appreciate the live orchestra as that really separates Celebrity from other cruise lines. The solo performers, duos and string players are also a nice change from the usual music on other lines. About the only complaint that we’d have is that DJ Annet always had the volume in the Constellation Lounge cranked up to ‘11’ like “Spinal Tap”. I play my music very loud at home, but we had to leave every time she was there (as did many others). I wished that I had my decibel meter with me to see how earsplitting it was! Since we were visiting countries in Central America, we did ship’s excursions in all of the ports to ensure that we’d make it back onboard on time. In Cabo San Lucas, we did “CSA2: Chileno Bay Deluxe Snorkeling” where we saw a decent amount of fish. In Puerto Vallarta, we did the “PVB4: Half Day Sailing and Sightseeing” cruise which went along the coast the Los Arcos and was very relaxing. We particularly enjoyed the “GQ14: Guatemala Highland, Panajachel and Lake Atitlan” excursion as we were able to see many volcanos and a lot of the countryside. In Puntarenas, Costa Rica, we did the “CR25: Pacific Train, Boat and Bus Adventure” and saw some interesting scenery, but also some desperately poor areas. In Colon, Panama we did “GCM4: Portobelo and Aqua Clara Locks” which gave us more information about the Panama Canal system and allowed us to see the new locks. We also got a glimpse of the very poor areas just beyond our dock. Finally in Columbia, we did the “CA09: Best of Cartagena” which provided a good overview of that city as we visited the Inquisition Palace and Saint Peter Claver’s Sanctuary plus quite a bit of walking through the streets. Even though it was very hot in some locations, these excursions were worth doing despite some discomfort. In our earlier review of the “Pacific Coastal” cruise, we noted that one area which could use some improvement was the B2B process and it’s worth repeating it for this cruise. At other B2B meetings, someone from the MDR was there to allow guests to select their tables for the next cruise, but that didn’t happen. As part of these past meetings, there have been drawings for prizes, offers of complimentary specialty restaurants, discounted excursions and/or coupons with codes for additional internet minutes in order to fill out the survey from the first cruise. The only “perks” this time were a 30% off a restaurant (only on the embarkation evening) and a card to get into the “Trellis” MDR 15 minutes before the newly boarding guests. We were given the impression that this process wouldn’t take too long. We were told to gather at 9:40, but we were not able to disembark until about 10:40 after everyone else was onshore. We then exited the ship and had to wait almost another hour to get back onboard at 11:30. We suspect that due to regulations, there was no chance for anyone to board before that time. It would have been better to know ahead of time that the local authorities require this timing so we could have planned for these delays. We and most of the other guests have done quite a few B2Bs so all of us were surprised that it was much more inconvenient it this time. We also had some difficulty getting extra internet time to do our survey from the first cruise of our B2B. On other Celebrity ships, the IT staff added 30 minutes to our allotment which works well. This time, we had to check with IT and Guest Relations to get a code. After several days, we got the code, but it only worked for one of us. We finally got another code later on, but you couldn’t use it if you had minutes left without having IT disable that session, log back on using the code to use the new minutes and then re-enable the old one. With this approach, there’s a lot of time wasted by Celebrity’s staff and for the B2Bs. Next time, we’re hoping that these things can be dealt with more easily at the B2B meeting. Overall, we always have a great time on Celebrity and encourage our friends to try that line. After this Panama Canal cruise, we have twelve more booked with you in the Mediterranean, Middle East, India, Caribbean, Northern Europe and Transatlantic in the next year. So, we’ll look forward to having 135 more days to enjoy Celebrity's welcoming hospitality and excellent service! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2017
We chose this cruise as first we love Celebrity, and second The Panama Canal was on our bucket lists! The whole cruise was wonderful! Yes, the ship needs some TLC but that didn't take away from the great staff, the incredible food, the ... Read More
We chose this cruise as first we love Celebrity, and second The Panama Canal was on our bucket lists! The whole cruise was wonderful! Yes, the ship needs some TLC but that didn't take away from the great staff, the incredible food, the entertainment and atmosphere! We chose Aqua Class as we love the option to eat in the Blu! The food was incredible! The staff along with Marcel, the maitre'd were awesome! Fernando the sommelier hit it out of the park every night! The crossing of the Panama was just what we expected, and loved! We loved all the stops The trip we took in Colon was wonderful. Back to the lake area of the Panama and experiencing the monkeys! We loved it! The only negative comment is from the Fort Lauderdale customs area. The staff were slow, and not very understanding. Took hours to get through. Very hard on a lot of people. Cant wait for my next Celebrity cruise! Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
The infinity is a great ship, very friendly staff, and meals are excellent. We did the Panama Canal from LA to Fort Lauderdale....fantastic. Never been on celebrity before, only cruised with Royal, your status from Royal transferred ... Read More
The infinity is a great ship, very friendly staff, and meals are excellent. We did the Panama Canal from LA to Fort Lauderdale....fantastic. Never been on celebrity before, only cruised with Royal, your status from Royal transferred across and you were treated like you cruised regular with them. All ports were Fantastic and the actual crossing of the Canal was out of this world, the shows in the evening were outstanding and one big plus was the size of the shower, plenty of room to swing a cat in there. If you are thinking of cruising the Panama Canal I highly recommend this cruise, I don’t think you could do better. The only negative I have is that embarkation was a long process in Fort Lauderdale, I think this was mainly to a lot of Europeans on board and everyone went through the same line, US citizens did not have a separate line, which would have speeded up the process. Otherwise no complaints. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
We just got off the Infinity on a 15 night Los Angeles to Ft Lauderdale through the Panama Canal. Going through the canal and seeing how the new Canal works was very interesting as was each of our other ports. Though older this ship is ... Read More
We just got off the Infinity on a 15 night Los Angeles to Ft Lauderdale through the Panama Canal. Going through the canal and seeing how the new Canal works was very interesting as was each of our other ports. Though older this ship is well cared for and lived by its crew. The entertainment was excellent as was the educational lectures. The entertainment staff was visible and lively. Dining room was noisy and dessert selection limited but food was good as compared to other ships. I highly recommend this cruise. Officers are visible, watching over everything happening on board. Our only issue was not with the ship but it took forever to disembark because there were many empty booths where customs agents should have been.This tied up the line to the point we were worried about making our plane. There was nothing Celebrity could have done to get more agents or move the line faster. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
This cruise catered to the retired folks so if you are retired and enjoy oldies music and a slower pace this cruise is for you!! My husband and I are in our early 40's and we took this cruise to celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary. We ... Read More
This cruise catered to the retired folks so if you are retired and enjoy oldies music and a slower pace this cruise is for you!! My husband and I are in our early 40's and we took this cruise to celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary. We have done several other cruises and this one ranks near the bottom of our list. Felt very "nickeled and dimed" - everything extra came at a cost (ie. no iron in the room so had to pay for service to get clothes ironed, many of the classes they offered came at a cost). This was definitely unlike our previous cruise experiences. Entertainment was lacking in our opinion. Not enough variety in their shows and nothing to do in the evenings - lots of down time. The dancers/singers were terrible! Only two out of the 6 singers could actually sing! Our stateroom bathroom shower had a lot of mold and entire bathroom smelled badly (see attached pictures). The room steward did the best he could to help with the smell but we had to keep the bathroom door open at all times. My husband loves seafood and we avoided it the entire cruise because the fish tasted very fishy the couple of times we tried it. The food was otherwise good but not excellent. Had issue with getting an issue resolved at Guest Relations. We were supposed to get a refund on something and were told that it would be taken care of. Nobody got back to us. We went back to Guest Relations three different times and it took 4 days to get the issue resolved. When we insisted on speaking with the manager the issue was resolved in a few minutes! Overall, for the price we paid the overall quality of the cruise was definitely lacking!!! Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
We booked this cruise for the itinerary, especially the Panama Canal. This was our 6th cruise with Celebrity. As usual, the ship's personnel provided excellent service and were very friendly. The ship itself, however, was showing its ... Read More
We booked this cruise for the itinerary, especially the Panama Canal. This was our 6th cruise with Celebrity. As usual, the ship's personnel provided excellent service and were very friendly. The ship itself, however, was showing its age, it was certainly a very tired ship with peeling paint inside and out, ceiling leaks, sloppy bathrooms, closed public bathrooms that were often under repair and lots of poorly looking chairs and tables. Our cabin was very nice and we were well taken care of by our cabin steward, Ahmat. We told him at the beginning what we liked and he exceeded our expectations and was a large part of why we enjoyed our cruise. The only bad part of the room was the water temperature which was very hot, sometimes scolding. The food quality was not up to the usual standards of Celebrity. The menu choices were poor for the most part and we found ourselves eating at the Specialty Restaurants. We dined there 7 nights out of 15. The food at Tuscan, the Italian themed restaurant, was fantastic and we got excellent service from our waiter, Walter, and from our sommelier, Carlos. Although we very much enjoyed the specialty restaurants, we can’t help question why they can’t provide the same quality food in the main dining room or the buffet. We shouldn’t have to pay extra to get great food and service! The main dining room service was good but not outstanding. The only menu that was great was lobster night. They had 4-5 things that were special on that menu alone, all looked very good. It is a shame they don’t spread this out to other nights and drop things like the pork and beans they had on one night’s menu. We used the buffet for breakfast every day. It was always overcrowded and the service there was poor. Especially the bar service, it usually took between 8 and 15 minutes to get a fresh squeezed OJ or a cappuccino. We had eaten most of our breakfast by then. In one case we had to track down our seapass that was taken but the drink never delivered. The table bussers either tried to take your dishes before you were done or were nowhere to be found to clean a table you wanted to use. Most upsetting was the poor quality of the food served in the Oceanview Café (the buffet). Things were stale or tasteless and were usually not very hot by the time you got to a table. Also annoying was the layout of the café. It is a very big area with things very spread out and hard to find. Omelets are made in the rear, carving is done in the front, rolls on one side and bread on the other and who knows where the butter is, certainly the staff didn’t the first few days. The entertainment was very good with lots of excellent guest singers and comedians. Our cruise director for most of the cruise, Alejandro Tortorelli, was funny, entertaining and very nice to speak with. The production shows were excellent with a great set or dancers and singers. Probably the best we’ve seen on a Celebrity ship. The activity schedule was very poor on most days, especially sea days. There seemed to be hours when there was nothing to do except spend money. In fact, on one of the later sea days when you would want to have a lot of options there were 90 things on the schedule in the Infinity Today. Of these 90, 41% were things listed to get you to spend money, such as shopping specials, casino times, spa specials, art auctions, future cruise options, and, of course, bingo. 16% were things like exercise classes, movie times (five showings of the same movie), trivia games and Xbox availability. 13% was just the schedule of which band would be in each location. 30% (or 27 activities) were real “free” activities to do like golf putting, pool games, water coloring, speakers, soccer, officer party, “Bandaoke”, port highlights (although shopping was the main theme), and the two evening shows. I think that they should at least list the schedule of the various performers separately and drop the shopping, spa and casino specials entirely. In addition to the shopping opportunities listed in the activity schedule, we received an insert in the daily schedule highlighting those opportunities, many letters addressed to us regarding “special” shopping opportunities with discount cards included and other mail and voice mail telling us about the art auctions or spa services. The major selling that went on during this cruise was a major downside. The constant selling of drink packages (for the first few days), specialty dining, and spa services was annoying. One of the highlights for us were the two Beyond the Podium guest speakers, Milos and Bill Fall. They gave excellent lectures during the cruise. We particularly enjoyed their narration as we went through the Panama Canal. Another highlight was our concierge, Josué. He was excellent and provided great advice and was always cheerful and friendly. The shore excursions, while quite expensive, were generally well-organized and entertaining. The guides spoke good English and were very knowledgeable about their home areas. We were very disappointed to have our excursion in Colon, Panama cancelled due to a lack of participation. It was a train trip to Panama City and we were looking forward to it. In fact, it was the only excursion we bought in advance of the cruise. They said they “only” had a hundred people and needed 150. We ended up doing nothing in Colon as it was too late for us to find a decent alternative that wasn’t already sold out. Overall, we had a great cruise and enjoyed the ports of call very much. I will continue to cruise with Celebrity (we have 3 more already booked), but not likely on the Infinity or the other Millennium class vessels. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2017
THE GOOD: Great food selection, quality and presentation. Main dining room waiter Kadek & Asst. Waiter Marco were outstanding some of the best. Room attendant for 7070, Wayan, was the best we have ever had. The ship Orchestra was the ... Read More
THE GOOD: Great food selection, quality and presentation. Main dining room waiter Kadek & Asst. Waiter Marco were outstanding some of the best. Room attendant for 7070, Wayan, was the best we have ever had. The ship Orchestra was the best group of men we have ever had on any cruise along with the singers and dancers, great production and lounge shows. Almost everyone on the ships staff from officers, food service, pool Butler's, bar service, maintaince etc. etc. etc. Were very friendly and accommodating. Over all it was a fine cruise and we enjoyed almost everything, and will cruise Celeberty again but, following, we do have some areas that did not meet our expectations. THE BAD: Wifi was pathetic my old dial up from 5 years ago was faster than the ships Wifi, you need to stop advertising it as high speed. In this day and age of technology there is no reason to have such horrible Wifi speed and service. Captain's club elite members vs Royal Caribbean diamond club. Really missed having the three drinks at any bar area, that we get with our RC diamond status, we are able to enjoy some music and entertainment while having a drink before or after dinner. Celebrity has a very limited drink selection for their elite members in one lounge location. It seems like you should at least offer one different drink type each night so there is some variety on a 14 and above day cruise. Also if we are to be limited to just one lounge area there should be some nights with music from the ship entertainers. Same goes for the elite continental breakfast, on a 14 day cruise there should be some variety to the offerings. We came away from our first Celeberty cruise with the feeling that loyalty is not very well rewarded compared to our Diamond status with RC. We did enjoy the complimentary laundry service and a couple of the special events. Kristy, our Captains club hostess was very good, helpful and friendly. In Panama we took the Panama city tour that stopped at the Gatun locks. The city part of the tour was marginsl, expected to get closer and in the new part of the city, but just saw from a distance. We stopped for a very poor quality box lunch, that we had to eat in the van in less than a desirable area. THE UGLY: The Infinity is an old ship that is really showing its age. The cleanliness of the ship is very good, it's just that the staff needs the ship updated so their hard work pays off in a newer, updated ship. Many of the furnishings are worn out, stained and outdated. The tile floor in our bathroom needed to be replaced. The iron railings, under the wood railings, is rusted to the point of failure in many locations. There were at least two ice machines that were out of order for the entire cruise. We know there had been some updates to the ship in the last year or two but they definitely did not go far enough. Read Less
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