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Celebrity Millennium Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Celebrity Millennium - 15 Night Panama Canal

Review for Celebrity Millennium to the Panama Canal & Central America
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hiker1944
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2013
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Background Information

After a number of Caribbean and Mexican Riviera cruises plus a Med, Baltic and S. America it was time for something different. And the Panama transit has been a dream for years. The timing was right and

Pre-Cruise: Hotel / Travel to Pier

Cabin Review

The biggest plus – an oversized balcony (nearly twice as deep as “normal” cat 2a rooms). Nicely furnished if a bit cramped but, for the Millennium class ships, this is normal. Could hear the occasional ding of the elevator but it was not intrusive. The hallways could be noisy but that had little to do with the ship – that’s passengers moving to and fro. Cabin is adjacent to concierge class and that got us a concierge class cabin attendant – a huge plus in the extra car he provided.

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