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Celebrity Millennium Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Two Trips in One

Review for Celebrity Millennium to Asia
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jimcoup
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2016
Cabin: Concierge Class 1
Sanctury/solarium
Square stern.

We live in Vancouver so departure port was perfect. We had a balcony on the first leg to Tokyo and then an inside for the second leg to Shanghai. As others have stated, the ship appeared rusty and needed some paint. Overall I thought it was a rather ugly ship on the outside with black deck and a square rear end.

On the first leg the lecturers and entertainment were superb. Best lecturers even on a ship. On the second leg they vanished and the entertainment went south (a harmonica player!),

Beautiful ship inside, reasonably quiet and the evening walk from dining to entertainment was a pleasure with lots to see and enjoy. Sticking the classical duo in a hall was not a great idea.

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Concierge Class 1

Both the inside and the balcony were excellent.

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