Celebrity Constellation Review

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Review for the Western Caribbean Cruise on Celebrity Constellation
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DarwinMaya
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2024

We were on the Celebrity Constellation for the 9 night New Orleans and Western Caribbean cruise. We chose Aqua Class because we wanted access to the Blu Restaurant. We are 70+ with some mobility issues so we took portable rollators and didn't leave the ship at ports. We had been to all the ports several times and, because it's difficult for us to get on and off the ship, we chose to use it as an all inclusive resort and just stay on board. Because most guests on the ship are over 60 and a number had mobility issues, we mention this. There are many scooters, walkers, and canes.

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We like the demographic on this cruise - as mentioned, mostly people over 60, like us, and almost no children. There are no real amenities for kids. If you have a young family, this probably is not the cruise ship for you. Also we like the departure from, and return to, port of Tampa, near our home. We like the smaller size of the ship - easier for us to navigate.

Cabin Review

Prime Aqua Class, Deck 11. In good repair. Decent mattress and furniture in good shape. Hand held shower wand and updated bathroom. Efficient cabin steward. Real detriment is the big movie screen directly above on Deck 12. They blast content all day and night, not just occasional movies. Can definitely hear it on balcony, which destroys the serenity of balcony use. Cannot hear it inside with door closed.

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