18 Celebrity Summit Cruise Reviews for Entertainment Cruises to Bermuda

this is the 2nd time we have sailed on summit .It seemed like 20-30 minutes and we were embarking, went smoothly. We went to our stateroom to drop off our things in and was in awe of the transformations in our room. WOW barely fits the ... Read More
this is the 2nd time we have sailed on summit .It seemed like 20-30 minutes and we were embarking, went smoothly. We went to our stateroom to drop off our things in and was in awe of the transformations in our room. WOW barely fits the description! Bathroom is so sleek and spacious than previous. Being we were in an interior room felt bigger than the same room did last time. The closet and storage were the best!! Lots of space to keep everything organized. Our room steward was the great. We enjoyed looking around a bit before heading to lunch at the buffet. Excellent variety and what a gelato station too. Food was plentiful as allways where ever you were on the ship. we very much enjoyed cafe bachio was the best!! Both hubby and i really enjoyed having the special coffees,carmel machiatto are my favorite and so yummy!! There was allways something to do or find a quiet spot to read or relax. shopping talk and gemstome talk were great by the shopping guide. We were luck enough that the captain got us to bermuda on monday afternoon instead of the previous plan of tuesday morning due to the hurricane it got changed. Bermuda colors and people are friendly. Flower and trees are so breath taking. Sights are right out of a picture book. Water taxi and bus are so relaxing.We got to see so many breath taking views and see artist at work at their craft. BERMUDA is a must see!!1 Disembarkation was fast and customs was faster than in the past... Was off boat and thru customs in 30 minutes...WOW Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
I chose this for the Bermuda cruise. Getting on the ship was easy. Luggage survived and was delivered on time. Upon first inspection everything seemed fine. We opened the mini bar and noticed that $110.00 worth of items missing and a half ... Read More
I chose this for the Bermuda cruise. Getting on the ship was easy. Luggage survived and was delivered on time. Upon first inspection everything seemed fine. We opened the mini bar and noticed that $110.00 worth of items missing and a half eaten piece of cake was in it. We contacted the cabin steward and he didn't seem to concerned. Placed a call to guest services and they sent two managers up. We asked for the mini bar to be emptied since we don't consume alcohol. They next morning the cabin steward confronted us about it stating he knew about the missing items. That was unnecessary! We purchased the premium non alcoholic Drink package. Getting more then one water that was cold was almost impossible. What smelled like raw sewage lingered around the ship during the 7 days. Keep a very close eye on charges. My husbands credit card had tips in it from the martini bar. We never went to the martini bar. All gratuities included with the package we purchased. We don't mind tipping. My husband has to use a mobility scooter and the entrance ways to a lot of the doors did not have little ramps. This caused the scooter to get stuck. We got concerned because the scooter starting making a loud clicking noise from the left rear wheel. Getting on and off the ship in Bermuda was a breeze. The food in the aft was buffet style and sub par. Select dining was okay except we had to sit 2 feet away from the couple next to us. We requested private dining. Didn't happen. On board entertainment was okay. The cruise director was very pleasant.The activities director was outstanding. They did a little update via the TV in the room everyday. Stateroom had plenty of space for our severe over packing. We booked a excursion prior to the trip. Checked the current info and charges on the TV and noticed that both of us had extra $54.00 dollars in credit. So we went to cruise services desk and asked why? They cancelled our excursion. Instead of putting the full amount back on my husband's credit card they split it down the middle. Upset about that . Proceeded back to the room and we had a voicemail stating it was cancelled. Kind of stung a bit since we already found out about it 45 minutes prior. This was our first cruise and a learning experience. It didn't help that a new building was being erected straight below our balcony in Bermuda. Do not rent the little electric orange cars next to clock tower mall. Disaster!!!!! Was not maintained or fully charged. Broke down. This happened to another couple late at night. One thing I need to add. Look at the phone in the state room before using it. Ours had something hard stuck all over the mouth piece. Nasty Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
Our kids booked us on this cruise, along with ours son, two daughters and their spouses. There were also 6 grandchildren. Though the whole cruise was wonderful the dining experience in the Cosmopolitan on the 5th deck was what we looked ... Read More
Our kids booked us on this cruise, along with ours son, two daughters and their spouses. There were also 6 grandchildren. Though the whole cruise was wonderful the dining experience in the Cosmopolitan on the 5th deck was what we looked forward to. The person in charge of our table was Ansa and she made the whole dining experience delightful. She remembered all of our names, paid special attention to the two youngest children and was a delight to be around. Everyone who worked with her were absolutely beyond enjoyable. The food was excellent and the choice was varied and plentiful. I loved the fact that the plates were not stuffed but were a good amount for a meal. The variation was fun and there was always something for everyone. Loved the views from the windows and the service was great. Embarkation and disembarkation was very easy, especially for someone in a wheelchair. Our cabin was hugh and I loved Charlie, our cabin attendant. He was very quick to straighten our room and we hardly ever saw him. But he did an excellent job. Port of call was wonderful and loved the shore excursions. Glass bottom boat trip was great. The only drawback to me was the way the cafe or buffet was set up. You had to do a lot of walking to get the food that you liked for lunch or breakfast. Just wish it had not been spread out so much but the food was great. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
We are seasoned cruisers with 47 under our belt. We love cruising and it is obvious by having a majority of our vacations since 1995 have been on the high seas. Eleven have been with Celebrity and this has been our third on the Summit. The ... Read More
We are seasoned cruisers with 47 under our belt. We love cruising and it is obvious by having a majority of our vacations since 1995 have been on the high seas. Eleven have been with Celebrity and this has been our third on the Summit. The last time was in August 2014. • Embarkation – Being from northern New Jersey we love the convenience of Cape Liberty. They have been making continuous improvements to the facilities. The elimination of the need to use buses with a direct check in and boarding the vessel in the same structure was a very big plus. Baggage and passenger drop off was very smooth and efficient. We were met by a representative who checked out our boarding documents and without delay we were directed to the handicap line where there were about four people ahead of us. Since along with using a walker we were Elite and Concierge Class patrons we had three lines to use. Both the Elite and Concierge lines were empty we elected to take the easy route. The facility was clean and the personnel were most amiable. We give place a 5 star rating. • Boarding - Upon entering the ship we were informed that we were free to drop off any luggage in our cabin. This was a very nice touch. Our visit to the Concierge Lunch was also a very nice touch with the absence of the crowding and having a welcome Bloody Mary. • The Cabin – We were in cabin 9201, a C1 on the back of the ship. The décor was very pleasing to the eye. It was spacious with plenty of living and storage space. But the balcony was simply great. There were two lounge chairs, two high back chairs, two tables, and room to dance. Room was 9’ x 23’ and the balcony was 16’ x 9’ enough said. Of course, like any good cruise ship the shower was small. • Our room attendant - We met our cabin steward and mentioned that the refrigerator was not working and within an hour the problem was solved. Our steward kept everything in order and very clean. He was excellent. • The main dining room – Contrary to high standard enjoyed by the Celebrity line this main dining room experience failed. Initially, our assigned table configuration and time slot were unbelievably screwed up. We requested a 6 PM seating with a table of 10. We were assigned a 5:15 PM on a table for 10 with two other couples. One couple had a 5:30 assigned time and the other had a 5:45 PM time. Compound this with the fact one couple had requested a table for two because they were on their anniversary cruise and the other found that it was impossible to enjoy the Elite Cocktail Party that ran from 5 to 7. Both couples left the table and we were joined by three other people, This left a large table for having only 5 people. In ten meals two were very good and eight were terrible. I once went for a roast turkey meal expecting that they could not screw it up. Well they did. The cold fruit soups which at one time were a signature part of the meal were absent. Meals arrived cold. We were most disappointed with the main dining room experience. • The Ocean View Cafe - For breakfast and lunch there was a very wide variety of well prepared offerings. The bakery had a very fine selection of very good breads. The only problem was you must plan your meal by doing a preliminary pass to explore the many options available to you. But without any reservations, I highly recommend the buffet. • The crew - The ships staff, without exception, was courteous, friendly, and extremely helpful. There was an offer of three free drinks at the ships bars for thos who couldn’t make the Elite Cocktail Party. The bar tenders did a get job serving our needs. • The entertainment – Most shows were very good. Not Broadway quality but decent enough to make them pleasurable. • Debarkation – This went super smooth. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
Traveling from Souh Jersey with my family for the first time to Bermuda for the last July cruise, the cruise was amazing. We stayed on the 3rd level and were near the center of mostly everything we wanted to be by like the casino, martini ... Read More
Traveling from Souh Jersey with my family for the first time to Bermuda for the last July cruise, the cruise was amazing. We stayed on the 3rd level and were near the center of mostly everything we wanted to be by like the casino, martini bar, Rendezvous Lounge,.We had met all kinds of people from New Jersey or New York, even out on the west coast and all over the world, everyone was there to have a great time and always had a smile on there face! It was amazing it both that aspect and the scenery. Mind you the shows and performers the Celebrity Summit production staff had to offer were amazing as well! Stopping by Horshoe bay and Church bay or off the ship at night for some dancing! I will definitely be taking another cruise with the Celebrity Cruises in the near future and hope to meet even more people to share an amazing experience with! Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
Cruise was low end cost, reasonable. Just a get away with friends. We are seniors and not able or want to do crazy activities. Bermuda is a pretty place to visit. We did not see a lot there and better to go to a hotel and tour all around ... Read More
Cruise was low end cost, reasonable. Just a get away with friends. We are seniors and not able or want to do crazy activities. Bermuda is a pretty place to visit. We did not see a lot there and better to go to a hotel and tour all around Island then cruise. You are limited on the cruise to time issues. If you are unable to use a moped which is the main way of getting around, is not good. You need to use expensive cabs and arrogant drivers waiting for a big tip or buses and using buses on cruises is cutting it short. Best to use cruise excursions only they are much more money. Cruise was ok. There was not much going on there. The ship needed an upgrade which it will get. Food fine except too much in your face selling restaurant time. Annoying. Entertainment (shows) was the best, excellent. Anytime dining, we were not able to get in the dinning room without a reservation and had to wait long sometimes. The saving lounge chairs early to use later, bad news. People saw it was saved and moved your stuff. Staff nice and helpful. Cabin was the average balcony room we are used to. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
Check in was fairly efficient. Size of room smaller than some other inside staterooms of other cruise lines. Cable TV and movie selection very limited. Shockingly no electric outlets at or near nightstands. Since I require had to power my ... Read More
Check in was fairly efficient. Size of room smaller than some other inside staterooms of other cruise lines. Cable TV and movie selection very limited. Shockingly no electric outlets at or near nightstands. Since I require had to power my CPAP machine Attendant had to string a large and unsightly extension cord all the way across the room. Huge water bottles to sell occupy too much space and our room had no table which we requested from the attendant. Robes in the room and the spa were way too small. Took 2 days to find one that fit. Takes forever to get hot water in the stateroom bathroom. Lots of wasted water. Canyon Ranch spa on this ship inferior to the Cunard line. Therapy pool smaller and open to everyone so water wasn’t clean. The only advertised excursions we wanted were inexplicably cancelled. Food and beverage service was hit and miss. First lunch at sea in the main dining room was a disaster. Guests waited in line over 30 minutes just to be seated and service and food quality was atrocious. Staff were working hard but it was clearly understaffed. Lunch on day 2 much improved and dinner service was fine. I bought the premium beverage package and wine choices too limited and quality not what was promised. While in port the main dining room was closed for lunch and all guests were forced to eat at the very crowded cafeteria for three days. Very disappointing. Also the only internet service offered was continuous which means guests are forced to spend a minimum $29 per hour even if you only need to log on for a few minutes. Worst plan of any cruise I’ve seen so I eschewed internet service completely. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
We booked the Summit about six weeks prior to sailing when this cruise came up on the “Exciting deals” e-mail. I sent a note out to friends we have cruised with or met on cruises and to our delight one couple joined us. Port Liberty ... Read More
We booked the Summit about six weeks prior to sailing when this cruise came up on the “Exciting deals” e-mail. I sent a note out to friends we have cruised with or met on cruises and to our delight one couple joined us. Port Liberty cruise port is about a two hour drive from our home so we had no need for flights, although our friends flew up from Florida for the cruise. We left our home early Sunday morning and met our friends at the Newark Airport Hampton Inn. We enjoyed meeting up with them and they called an Uber while we drove to the port. Luggage drop off was a pleasure. I then went to park the car only to find the ‘new’ parking garage was closed and was directed to park on the surface lot about as far from the terminal as one could get. I walked back with my small carry-on and met my wife to go through security. Getting through security was the longest single wait (10 minutes?) then we were quickly checked in, key cards received, photos taken, and we were told we could board the ship. This was a pleasant surprise as it was only about 11:10 AM. Upon boarding the ship we met the cruise director who we asked where we should go to straighten out dining arrangements. He directed us to the dining room entrance where we met the maître-de Patrick and he made arrangements to have us all dine together at the same table in select dining every night of the cruise at 5:45. Due to dietary needs, we need to have a steady wait staff and preorder for the following night, so this is important to us. We met our friends in the Lido and enjoyed lunch. The roast beef was quite good. The fish served was just okay. The Lido got quite crowded as most folks headed there. We had noticed the dining room was open for lunch but only for Concierge guests. After chatting I walked down to see if the T-Pool was open and I found it was. We all moved down to the T-pool area and the men changed into swimwear and enjoyed the pool and hot tubs. Cabins were available at about 1:30; we didn’t hear the announcement but saw most of the people with luggage leave. About 2:00 we followed and found our cabin, #3037, an inside on deck 3. We have stayed in these cabins before and they are functional with a nice bathroom area and shower. We met our room steward Arnold and he reminded us of the 3:15 muster drill. Two of our three bags were waiting for us, the missing one showed up during dinner (no worries as that one only held snorkeling gear). We were able to unpack and store our clothing and I took a shower and was evening ready before the muster drill. The drill for us was in the main showroom. They were filling the room from the front back and I appreciated that when the drill was complete they dismissed from the front back. We went back to our cabin just one deck down from the theater. For sail-away we wanted to listen to the acoustic duo at the aft bar, but there is very little seating in that area (seems like tables and chairs are missing?). We ended up sitting in the aft lido and I went outside to take photos several times as we sailed away and under the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. Next we went down to listen to the strings duo in Cellar Masters until dinner. We went to dinner a little early in order to talk to our waiter, Putra, and his assistant Onsa about our special needs. They were most accommodating. Our friends joined us and we had a delightful time together. The recommended Prime Rib was excellent. DW’s salmon was very good and everyone seemed to enjoy the meal. After dinner we listened to the “Dancing town” in the Rendezvous lounge and actually danced once. We wanted to sample the solo guitarist in the grand foyer but his set was done by the time we arrived, so we moved on to the showroom for comedian A. J. Jamal. We very much enjoyed his comedy. By the time the show was over it was nearly 10:00 and time to call it a very full first day. Monday, May 28 (Memorial Day) at Sea We slept very well and managed to make it to the dining room at 8:40. While waiting one of our friends came out and saw us. He said they had room at their table so we were able to join them. Breakfast was good. After breakfast we all split up. The ladies went to the galley tour, my friend went to the Bermuda talk, and I went to a computer class. All worked out well except the computer class as the instructor never showed. I went to the front desk who called to computer lab and they asked me to go to the lab. I did so, and after the apologies about a schedule change that didn’t make it into the program, for my trouble they comped me an unlimited internet package. At 11:30 the Summit held a Memorial Day service in the main foyer. This was very nice with all the officers participating. We were also told that we had increased speed and would arrive to Bermuda early due to a medical emergency. We enjoyed lunch in the dining room. We split up again after lunch with the ladies perusing the shops and I ended up at the T-pool. With the movement of the ship the T-pool was fantastic and I stayed there quite a while. We got ready for the “Chic” evening and before dinner visited the Elite lounge and enjoyed a couple of drinks. We met our friends at dinner at had a wonderful time together. Food so far has been very good. We had a photo of our group of six taken with the captain at the “Chic officer’s soiree’.” We then attended show time, “Life” by the singers and dancers. I will say the show was enjoyable although after a busy sea day it was hard to stay awake. We then called it a night. Tuesday, May 29, 2018 – at sea and Bermuda arrival. With a time change last night we woke up too late for the dining room breakfast so the lido would need to suffice. The station at the very aft was not busy and we quickly had made to order omelets, waffles, and a nice fruit selection for breakfast. Next we used the T-pool and had a great time there. I got cleaned up just in time for a future cruise presentation on the Galapagos. This inexpensive trip suddenly became very costly as I was sold. This has also been on the bucket list for our friends so after a nice dining room lunch we went to visit the future cruise office and ended up booking the Celebrity Expedition 10 day Quito and Galapagos package for Thanksgiving, 2019. Although there were numerous activities available the afternoon passed in a bit of a fog. I took a short nap, got ready for dinner, and enjoyed the Elite lounge for a while as we watched the Anthem of the Seas and then the Norwegian Dawn sail away to make room for Summit at the dock. After dinner we went to do a walk around but found it was raining quite hard so we turned around. Fifteen minutes later it was dry so we left the ship and walked around the dockyards. Just before it became too dark to see, we noticed a large black cloud approaching so we headed back to Summit. We were not quite fast enough, however, and got totally drenched as the skies opened into a monsoon like rain very suddenly. Trying to find a place in the cabin to hang all the wet clothes was a challenge, and as it was quite late we missed the 9:00 show and ended up calling it a night. Wednesday, May 30, 2018 – Bermuda We were up early to get ready for our first day in Bermuda! We enjoyed a dining room breakfast where we met a young honeymooning couple who were married on Saturday. We met our friends for our 9:00 meeting to head to the ferry for the 9:30 to Hamilton. The 9:30 ended up being more like 9:45 and while waiting it was raining. During the ride to Hamilton the skies really opened up into a downpour. Fortunately, after arriving in never rained that hard again. We toured around Hamilton especially enjoying Queen Elizabeth Park and the postmaster museum. The cathedral was enjoyable to walk around and see the stained glass and well maintained stonework as well. We also visited Queen Victoria Park and then got on bus #7 with the intention of seeing the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse. We told the bus driver we had six to visit the lighthouse and he said okay he would let us know when to get off. Well, he forgot. Several stops after the lighthouse he dropped us off to catch a return bus that would be along in ‘5 minutes.’ When the next bus heading back toward the dockyard came four of us took that bus to get back to the ship. The locals on the bus were very friendly and half of our group got off at the clocktower mall to do some shopping but we stayed on until the last stop and walked back to the ship for lunch. We enjoyed lunch from the buffet grille (all the way aft) and then dropped our bag in the room. I went to the T-pool, where I had it to myself for a while, and DW went shopping. While I was in the pool the sun actually came out so hopefully it will be a nice evening for the harbor night’s festival in Hamilton. We arrived at the dining room at 5:15 so we could catch the 6:45 ferry. Putra was most accommodating and we left the dining room at 6:15, skipping dessert. Just after we returned to our cabin we found out that due to the weather the mayor of Hamilton canceled tonight’s event. It was time for plan B. We went to the 7:00 show of “Chandelier” by the Summit’s cast. This was a really good show with a nice storyline and some excellent musical numbers. After the show we tried to find seats in the Rendezvous lounge but it was packed. We went to Café El’ Bacio for the first time this cruise for dessert and we enjoyed them. A Bermudian ambassador was on board and we visited with him a little. We always like it when ships bring local life on board. After this, thanks to Facebook, we had learned that ‘old friends’ we had not seen in 24 years were on the Norwegian Escape. We made plans to meet outside at 9:15 and visited with them until 10:50. They said they have a hard time finding friends to cruise with. Who knows, we may do a cruise with them at some point! Back to the cabin and we called it a very late night. Thursday, May 31, 2018 – Bermuda day 2 We were up and ready in time for a dining room breakfast at a table for two and met our friends at 9:00. We went out to the waiting St. George 9:30 ferry and had an enjoyable sail over to St. George on the outside deck. Upon arrival we took our time and enjoyed the town, stopping in a few shops, appreciating the nice clean restrooms, and we toured St. Peter’s church. St. Peter’s was a nice surprise. It was very well kept and very historic. Bermuda and St. Peter’s was the first place Queen Elizabeth visited 5 months after her coronation and photos of that visit were on display. The four of us got in a cab for the $7.35 cab ride over to Tobacco Bay. This is such a very nice place to swim or snorkel. While the beach was rather crowded this is still a great spot. I enjoyed snorkeling for quite some time and took a bunch of photos. When talking with my DW all of a sudden I couldn’t get the camera to turn back on. My “Waterproof” camera apparently bit the dust after about five years of service. Sure enough, after letting the camera dry out a while in the sun I opened the battery/memory card compartment and drops of moisture are inside. We had a little lunch at the on-site concession and enjoyed sitting at a table in the shade of a large umbrella. We went back in the wonderful water for the best part of an hour before coming out to dry off and catch a taxi back to the ferry boarding area in St. Georges. As we had enough time, we visited the local grocery and bought a couple of bottles of cold water and a chocolate bar. The ladies did some shopping while waiting for the ferry. Soon enough the ferry arrived and we had a nice ride back to the dockyards in the cool main deck. Back on the Summit we took quick showers to get ready for dinner. Dinner was again very enjoyable this evening and our wait staff is terrific. Following dinner we listened to a few tunes in the Rendezvous lounge and then attended the travel trivia and champagne event hosted by the future cruise team. We knew all the places in the photos and had the maximum amount of possible entries into a prize drawing, but no one in our group won one of the three prizes. Still, this was a fun event. We attended the 9:00 show, “Vocal flash.” They are very talented but this wasn’t really our kind of music. After the show we called it a night. Friday, June 01, 2018 Bermuda, day three We enjoyed breakfast at the aft of the Oceanview café and left to meet our arranged outing on “Hartley’s Helmet Dive.” This ended up being a terrific outing with about a 40 minute trip out to the site and then Greg Hartley took folks down in groups of six (three groups of six) with each group getting about 45-50 minutes on the bottom (well over the advertised amount of time). DW and I very much enjoyed this and it became the highlight of our time in Bermuda. Greg arranges to take photos and a short video of each party who wants them at a reasonable cost. This was very important to us as my underwater camera died the prior day! We returned to the dock, just minutes’ walk from the ship, at about 1:45. We returned to the Summit and quickly dropped off our things in the cabin and went for lunch again at the far aft lido grill. I think this is the best area of the Oceanview Café as your food is cooked to order. The Paninis are also made fresh to order, so you can’t go wrong here! We met up with our friends and visited a while sharing the day’s adventures while enjoying an ice cream. DW returned to the cabin to rest up before our “Chic” evening tonight while I enjoyed the indoor pool a while. I was told that two folks missed the ship as they were seen running for the ship after we had begun to pull away. Funny thing is we later learned they were actually on the NCL ship so they were REALLY late as the Escape had left about an hour earlier! After cleaning up for dinner we all enjoyed dinner. Lobster was on the menu tonight as well as Beef Wellington and other upscale entrees. Putra took superb care of us with double Lobster tails. After dinner we attended the senior officer’s cocktail party where I was able to have the captain autograph our group photo with him. The party was a very nice event. Afterwards, we headed over to the theater for the singers and dancers performing “Soundtrack.” This is their last show as a group as their contract is up and they leave when we leave the Summit Sunday morning. The show was very enjoyable. As much as we would have loved to participate in some of the later entertainment, a very busy day with lots of fresh Bermudian air and happy fish made us very tired so we called it a night. Saturday, June 2, At sea returning towards Cape Liberty This was a very busy sea day. We went to the elite breakfast for the first (and last) time this cruise. That is a very nice quiet area in the Murano restaurant and is certainly a nice, lighter, alternative for a sea day like today. This was followed by a walk around looking for our friends. While we didn’t find them immediately we did catch up with them and the ladies went shopping all the ‘clearance sales’ while the men attended Captain Yannis’ presentation on “Secrets of ship’s navigation.” He was very through and spent a lot of time taking questions. We left there to meet up with the ladies for a dining room lunch. Lunch was very enjoyable and relaxing. After lunch, we did a walk about of areas of the ship we had not previously seen, including the rooftop terrace on deck 12. The outdoor movies are shown here and if you got there early enough there is some shade, but most seats are out in the open. There are also quiet shaded areas on the sides of the ship. It was a beautiful afternoon and we took a number of photos up there! We found a vacant table near the pool grille and had a nice time chatting and visiting. We saw Putra working the pool grille and he posed for a photo. We tried to listen to some music there by the pool but sitting off that far to the side the sound was not pleasant. Soon enough it was time to get ready for dinner and we enjoyed one last visit to the Elite cocktail hour. It is certainly nice to have a degree of status on two cruise lines so we have options when looking for our next vacation(s)! Dinner was again very good with Turkey on the menu. I asked for a double order of all white meat and again Putra came through. So good. After dinner we found a table by Café El Bacio to share our photos with each other. We attended the final show, comedian Gina Brillon “All the way from New York.” Gina was enjoyable but not as good as A. J. Jamal on day one. After dinner we visited with our friends for a few minutes and arranged to meet for our final breakfast Sunday morning. Sunday, June 03, 2018 – Disembarkation We ended up waking up before the alarm. Turning on the bridge cam, I saw that we were approaching the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. I threw on some clothes and heading up top with the camera. Nearly no one else was up there and I was able to take some nice photos and video, including of one of the “Op sail” ships sailing away from New York. We met our friends for our 7:45 dining room breakfast as we had luggage tag #27 (late) for disembarkation. We were the second to last party in the dining room and left there about 8:50. We stayed in Cellar Masters on the comfortable chairs while listening to the numbers being called. We joined the disembarkation line at 9:30 and it was 10:15 by the time we snaked through the line at customs. Although we have “Global entry” which saves us oodles of time returning by air, this did not help at cape liberty. One last hug and handshake with our friends (who we will see again at Thanksgiving on Princess) and we paid our parking fee and loaded the luggage into the car. With two stops on the way home, including one for a nice relaxing lunch, we arrived home at 1:45 as our friends were on their Southwest plane headed home to Florida. Conclusion: This cruise was a very pleasant surprise. After our last Celebrity experience I had low expectations. Yet it was a wonderful cruise. Captain Yannis’ is the most out and about Captain I recall from any of our cruises. Cruise director Dan was everywhere. The crew is happy and with two isolated exceptions among our group, service was outstanding. Our dining room team at table 165 of Putra and Onsa were incredible, taking care of DW’s special dietary needs while also catering to my particular preferences. The shows were of a caliber not seen on a ship we’ve traveled on for years. Unlike the Reflection a few years ago, they were understandable and enjoyable, with talented performers. The food in the main dining room was consistently very good, with some excellent options thrown in. Finding that aft grille in the Oceanview café was also a nice surprise, we do not recall that from previous trips on the Summit. The captain announced that the Summit will be getting a $77 million dry-dock next spring as the corporation had decided to keep the C class ships in the fleet. This is good as the furniture in the Oceanview is certainly past its prime. Some of the new “Edge” features will be incorporated into the ship. A Bermuda cruise is ‘different’ that almost any other cruise with just one port and the ship becoming a floating hotel for several days. Regardless, we slept extremely well, had a great time and enjoyed nearly everything the ship had to offer. No cruise in a number of years has exceeded four stars in my reviews since our five star Antarctica cruise on the Zaandam in 2015. The happy ship Summit gets 4 ½ stars (out of 5). We look forward to future cruises on the Summit after next year’s renovations. Read Less
Sail Date May 2018
This is the 5th cruise with Celebrity for my wife and me, but 1st on Summit. Overall I give the overall experience a thumbs up! The crew is 98% super friendly, helpful and outgoing. You will see many more officers out and about compared ... Read More
This is the 5th cruise with Celebrity for my wife and me, but 1st on Summit. Overall I give the overall experience a thumbs up! The crew is 98% super friendly, helpful and outgoing. You will see many more officers out and about compared to the S-Class ships and they are almost all very friendly and never to busy to say hi or have a short conversation in an elevator. For some reason, service is always very cold at the Martini Bar and that holds true on Summit, also there aren't many waiters taking drink orders in the Oceanview Cafe. But generally you'll get great service everywhere else. The crew seems a bit younger and maybe not as experienced as on the S-Class ships but in someways this is good because they (almost) seem friendlier and more outgoing / less serious. You will still get the excellent Celebrity service you expect but this seems a bit less formal (not that the other ships are stiff or anything) for lack of a better word. The port at Bayonne is much different than Miami or Ft Lauderdale! There is only 1- cruise terminal so you literally fly through embarkation. THe process was smooth and fast and we were on the ship in no time! Same holds true for disembarkation, we got off the ship, easily found our luggage, got in line and were through customs all in maybe 30-40 minutes (estimated). I can't speak about parking since we flew into NJ. The Cabins are roomy, clean and have plenty of storage. They suffer the typical cruise ship failure of not having nearly enough electrical outlets, but a power strip (not surge protector) solves that issue. The cabins do show a tiny bit of wear around "the edges", but they are nice overall with no real complaints. Our steward wasn't great compared to those we've had on other ships, but he did keep the cabin clean and even made us 2- towel animals. There was some trash left in the cabin from the previous travelers and he tended to be in cleaning as late as 10:00pm. Dining holds to the typical high Celebrity standards. Food from the pool bar, to the Oceanview Cafe to Blu were all very good. For some reason the desserts, cakes in particular, on this cruise were just a tiny bit off. I'd give them an 8 of 10. Blu continues to offer excellent dishes, though I think the original mission of lighter fare doesn't really hold true any longer but that's OK with me. Blu offers a smaller, quieter dining venue with more personal service. You can also have them bring you entree's from the main dining room if you so choose. The service in Blu was very good, though it seemed like some of the staff may have been new and not quite up to speed yet. The team were all very friendly individually, but the team as a unit wasn't completely cohesive. Still Blu is worth the upgrade to Aqua Class (even without the other perks). Room service was OK, they werent slow but also not particularly fast. The food quality is decent. We love to have breakfast on our veranda, we did that twice but the food wasnt awesome so we chose Blu, etc instead. We ate at Qsine, Tuscan Grille and Sushi on 5 and they don't disappoint, plus we booked first day and got 20% off each. We've eaten at Qsine on other ships but the staff here was the BEST I've ever had, bar none on any ship. They were so friendly, entertaining, personal and attentive it was amazing! Qsine is worth experiencing if you haven't gone. Form the iPad ordering (love the little cartoons!), to the "small" courses, to the presentation and food quality its all a must do. Sushi on 5 is a fairly recent addition to some Celebrity ships and it's very well executed. If you like sushi, or even if you want cooked items this is excellent. Sadly, this place was never crowded. I really think more people should venture out and give Sushi on 5 a try. They charge on a per item basis, not a "cover charge" like the other specialties do. Finally, there is Tuscan Grille, one of our favorites on every ship! We ordered the onion soup (off menu) and its to die for, the steaks are cooked perfectly and melt in your mouth, the calamari was good but not spectacular, the lobster rigatoni was creamy and decadent. And you cant leave without having the tiramisu. Overall possibly our best Tuscan experience ever. Entertainment was quite good. We show most of the shows: Life, soundtrack, Daryl Joyce comedian, and iMagic. We saw "Life" on the Silhouette in March and this was the same show with different performers and slightly different costumes. All the shows are high energy, well choreographed and entertaining. We're in our early 40's and aren't normally into shows or plays but we do enjoy them while on Celebrity. The comedians were good, but make sure to go to the adults only show too. iMagic was very cool, we enjoyed the combination of technology into his magic act. This was our first time in Bermuda and have to say it's a very interesting island. It has a different feel to it than the Caribbean island, it is also cleaner than most island regardless which part you pass through. It's a group of small islands that make up Bermuda as a whole. St. George's is the original capital and the oldest section, great for history buffs. Do NOT miss Tobacco Bay! Hamilton is the modern, ritzier and business center of the islands and has a feel similar to St Maarten or Grand Cayman. While here you can wander around and shop or enjoy watersports. I recommend KS Watersports for a Boston Whaler rental or a jetski tour. There's a bit to see and do in the Royal Naval Dockyard like gift shops, a few restaurants, aquarium, and museum. Transportation is pretty easy and plentiful from the dockyard by mini bus, taxi, and ferry. There are many boat tours leaving from here as well as jetski tours and you can rent scooters from Oleander's here if you're brave enough to scoot around the island. Overall this was a great vacation on a very nice ship to a nice isalnd with friendly people and beautiful scenery. Read Less
Sail Date September 2017
This was our first ever cruise, and after much research we decided to go with Celebrity...we weren`t disappointed. The cruise had a schedule of two days at sea, three days in Bermuda and then one final sea day. The Summit is a wonderful ... Read More
This was our first ever cruise, and after much research we decided to go with Celebrity...we weren`t disappointed. The cruise had a schedule of two days at sea, three days in Bermuda and then one final sea day. The Summit is a wonderful ship and offered everything we`d hoped from the experience. The staff were first class - attentive, always polite and helpful. Food was brilliant, we ate in Ocean View cafe each morning and lunch. At night we ate in the main dining room with `Celebrity Select Dining`. We never had a bad meal, and the variety of food available, particularly in the evening was excellent. The New York Strip Sirloin was a particular favourite. Our room was maintained to an impecable standard by our stateroom attendant, Rozario. I should also mention that our two waiters in the main dining room, Jayson and Tirta, were so friendly and welcoming. We very much enjoyed getting to know them across the week. We found the most chilled part of the boat was near the front at sea. We wanted peace and quiet, the sun lounges and beds in this part of the ship afforded us this. The pool deck is a vibrant place for those looking for a more involved cruising experience. We made use of the gym onboard which was excellent, very high quality facilities. I have only glowing things to say about Celebrity. My one criticism would be the occasional muppet we encountered onboard. I hadn`t realised the self entitlement and arrogance some people would show on a ship with near 2000 passengers onboard. The way some spoke to staff was disgraceful, and their inability to queue in a buffet line demonstrates a very poor lack of social presence. Still, there is nothing Celebrity can do to stop the odd bad egg making it onboard. I just we could screen for them prior to embarkation! A final note would be to say Bermuda is a wonderful island. The people are friendly and the beaches are stunning; I`ve seen the sea so blue! I would happily book with Celebrity again, no hesitation. Read Less
Sail Date August 2017
I was exceptionally pleased with the Celebrity Summit from the ease of getting on the ship (arrived at dock at 10:30 and was on the ship by 10:45 AM) to debarkation. The service was excellent and the food was delicious The entertainment ... Read More
I was exceptionally pleased with the Celebrity Summit from the ease of getting on the ship (arrived at dock at 10:30 and was on the ship by 10:45 AM) to debarkation. The service was excellent and the food was delicious The entertainment by the cast from the Summit was excellent. I didn't attend the magician or comedian nights. This was my 10th cruise and I definitely was pleasantly surprised how smoothly everything went and give a thumbs up to Celebrity.. It was hard finding a chair at the outside pool, but I spent most of my time at the adult solarium and just loved the therapy pool. The food in the dining room and the Oceanview Café was delicious. I was on select dining and was seated in the same area with the same waiters every night no matter what time I arrived, which was nice. I did have to wait approximately 1/2 hour twice due to arriving around 8:00 PM. The cabin, 7106, was very clean and the space and storage was adequate. This as a balcony room. The room steward was excellent. I heard some people complaining that there were not enough activities, but was kept busy and had enough to pick from. As far as shore excursions, I took a tour around the island of Bermuda with Ricky's Tours and did not have any scheduled thru the ship. The only downside was that there were so many children on this cruise. I would definitely go back on the Celebrity Summit and would recommend this ship and the cruise line. I have another cruise scheduled for the end of November this year on the Celebrity Silhouette and hope that the service is as good as on the Summit. Read Less
Sail Date July 2017
I love Bermuda, wanted a longer cruise than 7 nights, AND throw in America's Cup too-What's not to like. Stopped in Boston to see the Tall Ships. Great itinerary. Loved the Captains comments everyday. She was very out going and ... Read More
I love Bermuda, wanted a longer cruise than 7 nights, AND throw in America's Cup too-What's not to like. Stopped in Boston to see the Tall Ships. Great itinerary. Loved the Captains comments everyday. She was very out going and we had the opportunity to meet her. Nice lady. Getting onboard was a breeze, as was departing the ship at the end. I was very impressed. The food was wonderful! Shrimp cocktails, escargot, French onion soup were available every night as was crème brulee. My compliments to the Chef. Great menu and food in the main dining room Like the shampoo and soap in the cabin. A step above most other lines! They also had lecturers on board...My husband and I love that! Entertainment was very good-especially the late night comedy! On the deck for the America's Cup race, we were offered iced facecloths and they had a bar set up for our convenience. Captain had the observation deck facing the races.... Love the Solarium.... Onboard rest rooms were immaculate! Great job! We really enjoy sailing with Celebrity and the Summit is a great ship! Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
We just had a wonderful week on the Summit that went to Bermuda. Third time to Bermuda and always want to go back. The water and the beaches are beautiful and safe. We celebrated our 35 th anniversary with our family. We had 4 cabins ... Read More
We just had a wonderful week on the Summit that went to Bermuda. Third time to Bermuda and always want to go back. The water and the beaches are beautiful and safe. We celebrated our 35 th anniversary with our family. We had 4 cabins (sweet sixteen) cabins with the extended balcony, The balconies were the biggest we ever had. It was big enough to have our marriage vows renewal on the balcony with all eight of us on it. Nice perk but the only problem the floors and chairs got salty when then washed upper cabins. Just wipe the chairs off and enjoy the extra room. The staff on the ship are all welcoming, friendly and hard working. The food in the main dining room was always well prepared and tasty. We ate in Quisine one evening and all eight of us with ages ranging from 22-60 found the experience and food worth the extra cost. The entainment has improved a lot since our last Celebrity Cruise. Bands, guitarist, violinist and DJ were great. We didn't attend any shows other than the comedian who was good. All of us loved the last night silent dance club by the martini bar. What a fun way to end a cruise. We loved the size of the Summit . You can always get a chair somewhere in the sun or shade. The ship has been updated in common areas and looks great. The cabins are showing some wear but so what if it is clean. We updated our alcohol package but not sure I would do that again since I felt the wine in the classic package was fine. Overall we all had a great time and would recommend Celebrity Cruises to multiage families. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
I should preface this by saying my wife and I have done over 50 cruises which of course has a bearing on how I rate a ship. However I try to be honest and think of others who have not been as fortunate as us. This is my opinion of the ... Read More
I should preface this by saying my wife and I have done over 50 cruises which of course has a bearing on how I rate a ship. However I try to be honest and think of others who have not been as fortunate as us. This is my opinion of the Celebrity Summit. It was put in service in 2001. I marvel at the fact that a ship has some motors running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. One would think there would be more break downs. On our 7 day trip to Bermuda, the sailing was smooth all the way down and there was a little "motion of the ocean" one day while returning to Bayonne, N.J. As for beauty, the ship is very AVERAGE. Unlike the newer Celebrity Solstice class ships, it does not have a large atrium. (center area) We had a normal size balcony room and it was sufficient. The TV in the room appeared to be rather old and on some stations it was blurry. That did not bother me too much because I don't cruise to watch TV. However I wanted to see some sports results. While on the balcony, we could not help noticing that part of the railing was rusting. Again, age and salty sea water have a hand in that. But since we were in Bermuda while they were gearing up for the America's Cup races, we enjoyed watching it all from our balcony. I know some people want to know about the food. Once again I will use the word AVERAGE. The meals were plentiful but nothing one could consider memorable. Being a pasta fan, I tried it twice in the buffet area and found it hard with sauce not like mama's. The shows were above average, especially the production numbers. Also there was a good comic and illusionist. The captain of the ship is an American born female from San Francisco. This is a change since just about all the other Celebrity ships have a Greek captain. Since she is the captain, I'm sure she is good at her job. Beside being the captain, she likes to connect with the passengers. She was visible so much that folks jokingly asked "who's steering the ship." I will admit every crew member from an officer to the people handling food were extremely friendly. They all smiled and said hello or good morning etc. I happen to meet a couple who were on their first cruise. I told them they were smart. They were enjoying this cruise as they should, but can look forward to bigger and more beautiful and exciting ships in the future. Once again I will rate this ship, AVERAGE. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
Our first Celebrity cruise. We have been on 25 cruises now With Royal Caribbean, NCL, Hal, but mostly with Carnival. Embarkation went really fast. Arrived at Cape Liberty port just before 1p.m., dropped the bags, parked and was on board ... Read More
Our first Celebrity cruise. We have been on 25 cruises now With Royal Caribbean, NCL, Hal, but mostly with Carnival. Embarkation went really fast. Arrived at Cape Liberty port just before 1p.m., dropped the bags, parked and was on board in about 20 min. No lines anywhere. Once onboard the cabins were ready, so we were able to drop off our carry on and headed for some lunch. Cabin was fine, a 3rd deck accessible cabin, 3018. Near the front near the elevators, no issues with noise. Cabin steward was somewhat lazy, is all I can think. My wife (because she is not well) has to sleep a significant amount of time. I think he was using this as an excuse to not make up our cabin. Even when we were out of the cabin he would just slip the bulletin under the door and not tidy up. He did up the cabin maybe 3 times during the cruise (not including the embarkation or debarkation day). The thing is we just didn't care. It didn't affect our cruise, it just left a poor impression. We have never seen this sort of thing before. I am not giving him a very good rating on the survey. I have read many comments on the Celebrity threads where people are trying to suggest that X is a cut above, well it isn't always the case. Dining was a bit of a nuisance as well. An early fixed dining time was not available. So when we went on the first evening we were given a pager. It took a little over half an hour to be seated. This doesn't work well for us. They did advise us that we could make reservations. I thought that making reservations for an anytime dining system was redundant, but we didn't have a choice without having to possibly wait every night. So when I asked for the next night, I was told the earliest available time was 8:30 p.m. What I finally understood after asking, was that they would book reservations from 5 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. then they would reserve for times after 8:30 p.m. So you could arrive at 6 p.m.(or later) but if the reservations have filled the restaurant, you would be out of luck. By the way, I did ask about getting an early seating assignment, but there was a wait list for that (no surprise). No problem booking the day before, you would be able to book 5:45. So every morning (they wouldn't allow reservations more than a day in advance) if you call, you would be able to get a 5p.m.,5:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m., or 5:45 p.m. Sounds somewhat like fixed dining to me, the drawback would being that you are required to call every day, the benefit would be that if you couldn't make it at your reserved time, you could arrive at anytime, but would likely have to wait, unless it was after 8:30 p.m. So, not a big deal, just something you might want to know. I imagine if you were on an European sailing where people are more likely to dine later this wouldn't be an issue. The food itself...I know very subjective. I am sorry, I wasn't impressed. It is only the fault of people who praised the cuisine on the Celebrity threads, making it sound like we might be enjoying better choices and taste sensations. Everything was good, but both in the MDR and in the buffet areas, there was nothing that stood out as special, I would say that on the whole,the food preparation, presentation and choices are better on both HAL, and Carnival. I do have to say that I was disappointed with the desert (pastry) choices.There were a number of options that I did feel were better, such as the grill where they would prepare a steak, chicken, pork chops, or fish fillets for you. I did really like their pizza, but I am to cruising to eat a pizza. They had a nice selection of ice cream and cookies, as well as a great selection of teas. The coffee was as bad as any other cruise line. Nice pools and hot tubs available. At busy times there was some chair hogging, but we were always able to find some chairs. The ship was laid out nicely, nice bars and lounges. Store selections were OK, about what you would find on most ships, (including the ominous Park West sales teams). Casino was nice, a bit crowded but had a good selection of table games as well as slots. I am not sure if I understood right but you need cash to play the slots, you can't draw from your account. Put your card in, put your card in, when you are done you get a printed chit like a land based casino. I didn't pay much attention, but it looked like if you wanted to charge your account for funds they were charging 5%, and it looked like you couldn't use your OBC for this purpose. Someone on the Celebrity threads also made the comments about how they don't make too many "announcements" like some other cruise lines. Well what I didn't think of until it happened, those other cruise lines that do make those announcements don't pipe them into the cabins unless they are urgent. I don't know if this is the case on all the ships but it was on the Summit. Wonderful captain Kate liked making her announcements at 10 a.m. immediately followed by the cruise director who would give a rough rundown of the days activities in case you forgot to read them already. Now, a lot of people would think that 10 a.m. isn't too early, but when you have a time change where that 10 a.m. is more like 9 a.m., it is very nice that our captain is up and about, but there is no need to disturb the guests for an announcement that is not even time sensitive. Please, these announcements do not need to be piped into the cabins unless there is an emergency. Entertainment, was varied and good compared to what we have experienced in the past. Some entertainers might not be for everyone's tastes, but there was something for everyone. Bermuda...this was our 3rd. time to this beautiful island and it was a great visit this time as well. The Bermuda threads will give you all the information you would need. Online searches will also show you the many choices you have for activities on the island, as well as shopping and dining. Finally...debarkation. Went pretty well for us...right on time (we were # 6 tags and started getting off the ship at 9 a.m.. I did notice a lot of people doing self debarkation. The area they were waiting wasn't large enough to accommodate all the people. One thing that seemed a little different for us was that the regular dining venues stopped serving food at 8 a.m. So you really get moving early, if you wanted breakfast. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
Captain Kate is the best on the seas. This is reflected in all her crew. Fabulous cruise, fantastic meals, everyone was so great to be with. CLEAN great shows, and warm comforting rooms. Donovan in the dining for breakfast, wow, makes ... Read More
Captain Kate is the best on the seas. This is reflected in all her crew. Fabulous cruise, fantastic meals, everyone was so great to be with. CLEAN great shows, and warm comforting rooms. Donovan in the dining for breakfast, wow, makes every day so special. The specialty dining is not to be missed. Come hungry. We were invited to escort the Americas Cup team in the Bermuda Day parade with the ETA motorcycle cruise group and this ship served as our base camp. What a great experience and the staff was so great to us. There is fun for all if you seek it or hide out. We love the deck over the bridge, quite, wind is blocked, fantastic views, and just so nice with out the pool side noise and still have waiter service. Easy walk to the bars, restrooms, lounges (Revelations), dinning, pool deck snack bar. This is a great ship to go on. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
Went with a Group of friend's and family. Entering the Summit you have your photos taken and then are smothered by a man wanting desperately to sell you an ALL you can eat lobster dinner. Making very clear it is all you can eat ... Read More
Went with a Group of friend's and family. Entering the Summit you have your photos taken and then are smothered by a man wanting desperately to sell you an ALL you can eat lobster dinner. Making very clear it is all you can eat lobster when I asked, Can I truly have all I can eat lobster? It is just a $45 up charge. Not bad until you get to the dinning room and it turns out to be all you can eat crumpled lobster over pasta. I left. The Summit may have been up graded but not the rooms. Old stained bathroom tiles. (see my photos) Dated furnishings. Rusted balcony.Looked like a low budget hotel room. I read rave reviews on the food before selecting the Summit. (Who writes these review's? beware.... )The breakfast buffet food was mostly cold. The line for an egg was long because the Cook's (They are NOT Chef's) could not handle more than 2 eggs at a time in pans that left black specks on your eggs. Lunch buffet, this was deli meats and cheese, CANNED BEANS, I am not sure but something that looked like nacho filings. Always the same every day. Dinning was the worst because you are so hopeful for some good food. It never happens. an example of the great food...Shrimp scampi had no garlic. Several of us were served cold food throughout the 7 days. Now for the Fun. The entertainment was fantastic. Never a dull moment and there were 14 of us to please. The comedians had you in tears, the singers and dancer could go on broadway.(I live in New York and see plenty of plays)From the costumes to the lighting, every show was top notch. The room staff could never do enough for you. Always there. The crew was fantastic and Our Captain was personable and pretty funny. With that being said I think I will stay on land. The Summit was not for me and 9 out of the 14 of us agree. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
Although the ship is older, and is showing some of its age, the crew and staff are all wonderful. Celebrity always makes you feel pampered, and this cruise was no different. Embarkation went smoothly, and we were off to Bermuda. ... Read More
Although the ship is older, and is showing some of its age, the crew and staff are all wonderful. Celebrity always makes you feel pampered, and this cruise was no different. Embarkation went smoothly, and we were off to Bermuda. Although the weather was not great, we really had a great time, particularly with the musical performances at the smaller venues. The jazz band was amazing, as well as the guitarist. We did not take advantage of many of the excursions, but there were many to choose from. Dining in Blu is always a pleasure - delicious food, great personalized service. I am ready to book again for the same trip. I love the convenience of leaving from Bayonne, enabling us to cruise without taking a flight. The only recommendation I would have for Celebrity on the Summit is to put more lounge chairs in the Solarium, since that is where people want to be in inclement weather. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
Celebrity Summit Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 5.0 4.2
Dining 4.0 4.1
Entertainment 4.0 3.8
Public Rooms 4.5 4.4
Fitness Recreation 4.5 4.1
Family 4.0 4.1
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.9
Enrichment 3.5 3.6
Service 4.5 4.4
Value For Money 4.0 4.1
Rates 4.0 4.1

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