We have cruised with Celebrity on at least 10 occasions. We have also cruised with HAL, Cunard, Radisson, Windstar, Star Clipper, and NCL.
This was our first cruise to Canada and our first from Cape Liberty. We live in Maryland and decided to take the train to Newark. It was a very comfortable and less stressful way of getting to the ship. We had no worries about weight of luggage, security, flight delays, etc. The cab ride was $40 from Penn Station and we were able to board at 11:30.
We dropped our carry on at the cabin and had lunch. By the time we made a trip to the Library for some books, our bags had arrived. The table we were given for the second seating was as requested and was in a great spot.
Warnings about this cabin. It is a wheelchair acessible cabin which means in short, this is not a real Sky Suite. You have a huge open space when you open the cabin door which I believe is for the storage of a wheelchair or a motorized scooter. My husband and I could find no use for it. There is no bathtub as you would have in other suites but there is a roll into shower with a bench that drops from the wall. I thought water would run all over the bathroom floor but it worked pretty well. The kleenex is by the floor and there are only two side shelves by the sink though it is a large bathroom with grab rails. The closet is specially equipped but this compresses the space for clothing. You will not get a sofa in this cabin but you will get two small bucket chairs and a table. The verandah seemed to be the same size as the next normal Sky Suite. We had this room through a "W" upgrade and did not realize the major difference there would
be between this and a normal suite.