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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Miami
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    San Juan
  • Day 4
    St. Thomas
  • Day 5
    Punta Cana
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    Nassau
  • Day 8
    Miami

Celebrity Equinox

Celebrity Equinox - Celebrity Cruises

You'll love Celebrity Equinox if you enjoy trendy restaurant and bar options, a choice of suites and perks, a top deck with real lawn and modern cabaret-style entertainment.

Celebrity Equinox is not for you if you want Broadway productions or water slides, are seeking a kid-centric atmosphere or are looking to party hearty.


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: March 2019
We just finished another great Celebrity cruise - this time to the Eastern Caribbean. We embarked from Miami, which although a favorite city of ours to visit, we arrived just in time to begin boarding the Equinox. Embarkation went ... Read More
We just finished another great Celebrity cruise - this time to the Eastern Caribbean. We embarked from Miami, which although a favorite city of ours to visit, we arrived just in time to begin boarding the Equinox. Embarkation went smoothly. We've cruised aboard the Equinox once before, which is partly the reason we chose to cruise on her again. We enjoy everything about the ship, beginning with its layout. While large, it does not overwhelm. If you're used to the ever-larger ships popular on lines like RC or NCL, perhaps this ship may seem small and lacking some of the activities you'd find on ships twice its size. For us, and those seeking a true resort-like (not adventure park-like) experience, the Equinox performs wonderfully. Our cabin was on the 7th floor and was a standard veranda room. Our attendant, Fatkur, was exemplary! It was our first time in the aft of the ship, which we found quiet and reasonably secluded, albeit sometimes a far walk on occasion. We dined throughout the ship on this cruise. On our first night, we dined in Murano, the French-inspired fine dining restaurant. We had pre-booked a reservation prior to boarding at a steal of $35. We had among other dishes the tableside prepared lobster, which we could've repeated. We ate at Silk Harvest another night, which is the ship's Asian-fusion restaurant. Although not a culinary hit with us, the service was as expected: impeccable. When word got back to the restaurant's manager that we did not enjoy our meal, he visited us for feedback and to offer us another dining opportunity. Although we didn't take him up on his offer, his reaching out and graciousness cannot go without mention. It was the sort of customer service we've grown to expect from Celebrity staff. We also enjoyed our lunch at Sushi on Five, the obviously named sushi restaurant on Deck 5. We were able to take advantage of another promotional opportunity, as we did on our last Equinox cruise, which did not disappoint. Otherwise, for our meals, we enjoyed them in the main dining room, including breakfast and dinner most days. Of course we lunched in the Oceanview Cafe, the ship's buffet venue. We were never disappointed and always received excellent service - attentive, without hesitation, and with grace. We were able to enjoy the evening entertainment on a few nights - each production we really did enjoy. Similar too, the live entertainment throughout the ship was a nice treat. Overall, we enjoyed this cruise and the ship. You won't be disappointed with either, and the service we experienced has to be our biggest enjoyment. We're excited to see the renovations slated for it in another couple months! Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
First time cruisers, four siblings plus spouses, all empty nesters in our 50s-60s. The eight of us wanted a quiet, memorable cruise with no hitches. That's exactly what we got. The best part of the Equinox is the staff. We made ... Read More
First time cruisers, four siblings plus spouses, all empty nesters in our 50s-60s. The eight of us wanted a quiet, memorable cruise with no hitches. That's exactly what we got. The best part of the Equinox is the staff. We made rich connections with our dining hosts, entertainment staff, blackjack dealers and others -- and of course our room steward Lenta. The Equinox is a medium-sized ship -- we had 2,800 passengers on this ship -- served by 1,200 staff from 72 countries. All of them, I mean all, were genuinely happy to serve us. Example: On our second night together in the main dining room, we were served by Mellanie and her team of 3. Between the main course and dessert, Mellanie performed a simple trick of folding a cloth napkin to make a swan. We all applauded, surprised, and she seemed genuinely pleased to entertain us. The next night, we asked to return to Mellanie table, where again she entertained us between courses with a napkin folded to be a boy. (How did we know? Slightly risque trick involving a spoon handle.) We asked for her again on our third night together, where she again entertained us -- she showed my brothers-in-law how to fold the top, and bottom, of a bikini. Very entertaining for us and embarrassing for them. For our last night together, we ate in the Silk Harvest asian fusion restaurant, where we were served by Mellanie's husband, Jon, and his team of 3. Mellanie came up from MDR to greet us. She said she and Jon had talked about our family group, and he had a special dinner already planned for us. We selected nothing; everything was served family style. Jon just kept bringing dishes that were delicious -- and were uniquely suited to our tastes. My wife does not like the smell of fish, so Jon was careful to place the fish dishes to the opposite side of the table, Mellanie had told him about her preferences in advance. Maybe this is standard service on cruise ships; I don't know. But I do know I definitely want to book Celebrity again. More notes: - Buffet dining was OK. Decent food, pretty crowded, terrific view on the top deck. - Main dining was better. Pretty good food, choice of 7 entrees, kinda bland by the third day. - Specialty dining was spectacular. Well worth the cost. Tuscan Grill had the best Italian I've ever eaten with a spectacular view from the back of the ship. And I already told you about Slik Harvest -- best asian I have ever eaten, period. - Two days at sea were dress-up dining days. I thought it was a hassle, but in retrospect, nobody wants to see me in flipflops and a tanktop. - Excursions were crowded and exhausting. Five boats were cruising the same route, so at every stop 20,000 tourists piled out and jammed each port. Read Less
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Sail Date: March 2019
This was our 5th cruise on Solstice class ships and we were very satisfied with our vacation. We have never been disappointed by the service or entertainment on these ships, but they exceeded themselves on this ship. I noticed also that ... Read More
This was our 5th cruise on Solstice class ships and we were very satisfied with our vacation. We have never been disappointed by the service or entertainment on these ships, but they exceeded themselves on this ship. I noticed also that the pool butlers took great care in keeping pool and lounge areas spotlessly clean. The headline band they brought on board at St. Thomas was a band from Nashville called, SavannahJack. Super musicians and really knew how to entertain. Some of the other entertainers were Ashley-Amber Harris, who did a tribute to Whitney Houston and had a great voice, as well as two feature comedians, who I found very funny. There was a wide variety of live entertainment throughout the ship, and we ended almost all our nights meeting back together in the Ensemble Lounge to enjoy one last drink and whoever was playing at that time. They were all great. My favourite stop was St. Thomas, I have been there several times, but tried scuba diving for the first time this round, and even though I am over 60, it was quite doable and interesting. Read Less
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