We liked this itinerary. Wanted to see how all of the islands are recovering from the hurricanes. Most residents seemed upbeat, thanking those who have helped and are still helping in their recovery. We had never been to Bermuda, so this was a nice way to see it for those two days.
We enjoy Aqua Class, eating in Blu. We are also now Elite, and enjoyed the perks, especially our nightly beverages in the Rendevous Lounge, hosted by a great Captain's Club manager, David, along with a fine group of servers.
The Summit is showing some wear in the decor,seating,fixtures, etc., but it is a 2001 ship, so give her a break! (And going in for a revitalization next year) She doesn't have all the bells and whistles of the newer Celebrity ships, but seems to have the repeaters for sure. We felt the staff was top-notch, always speaking to passengers. Service at all venues was never lacking.
The entertainment was a nice surprise as we thought it might be not up to speed with other ships. Not so....all shows were great in our opinion!
Now for the things I think should be tweaked. We have eaten in Qsine in the past on other ships. This was a bit of a disappointment, for the choices we made. Just didn't make the grade. Service was great, however. As I mentioned, we were in Aqua Class. Every afternoon canapes were delivered. Must say they were not ever appetizing. Not a deal breaker as who really needs them?! The Persian Garden is not quite as nice as the newer ships, and prefer the heated tile individual beds vs. the longer one on this ship.
So, again, this was a great itinerary, and we do like repositioning cruises. We love Celebrity, and would sail the Summit again.
Cabin was very acceptable although carpet and balcony are in need of that revitalization for next year! Plenty of storage. The Hansgrohe shower panel is nice when you only have a shower.