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Celebrity Infinity Review

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Celebrity Infinity: An Oldie But A Goodie

Review for Celebrity Infinity to the British Isles & Western Europe
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Sail Date: Aug 2014
Cabin: Concierge Class 3

Getting to Harwich, England can be daunting. It's 2-1/2 hours from London and we hired a tour company to transport us by motor coach to the port city. Upon arrival in the dreary rain, we made our way into the terminal and found Celebrity to be quite organized with many employees directing passen-gers to the right places. Check in was fast and easy and we boarded the Celebrity Infinity to a very friendly staff along the way to our stateroom. Our cabin was nice and roomy and we met our cabin steward, Juan and went directly to the Oceanview Buffet on Deck 10 for a bite. The ship left promptly at 5 p.m. headed for Le Havre, 2-1/2 hours outside of Paris. We prepurchased transportation in and out of Paris including five hours for leisure time once we got there. But we were so tired from a previous tour that we had to cancel it. The ship happily refunded the tickets without question and we spent the day at the onboard spa for a much needed rest.

The ship also made stops at St. Peter Port Channel Island, Guernsey, Cork, Waterford and Dublin, Ireland, Belfast, Northern Ireland as well as Glasgow, Kirkwall and Inverness, Scotland in its 14 day journey. The Celebrity Infinity's maiden voyage was on March 3rd, 2001 and it was refurbished in 2007. Old by most standards today. It is registered in Valletta, Malta and is in the Millennium class of Celebrity ships. It weighs 91,000 tons and is 964 feet long, small by today's standards. It holds 2,170 passengers and 1,000 crew.

The Cruise Director, Alejandro from Argentina, is a very unusual Cruise Director. he doesn't sing and he doesn't dance. But what a great sense of humor! He's funny onstage and off. Everybody loved him. Like the rest of the staff, he's warm and friendly and makes you feel welcome.

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Concierge Class 3

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