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Celebrity Millennium Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1669 reviews
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Millennium - Trans-Atlantic

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First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2003
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Transatlantic Crossing on the GTS Millennium 26 October to 9 November 2003

Summary. The Millennium transatlantic crossing from Barcelona, Spain, to Fort Lauderdale, Florida was a largely satisfying vacation. While there are some issues we have with the food (too salty), we did have a good time (a bad day at sea beats a good day in the office). The Millennium itself is a well maintained 3 year old Panamax cruiser with some nice amenities. Gripe list is at the end if you stay awake that long.

Background. We (Bob and Mary) are a mid-50s DINK couple (Double Income, No Kids, I know it is so 80s, but it is true) living in Brooklyn, New York. We have done about 19 cruises, ten on Holland America and the rest spread over Princess, NCL, Bahamas Cruises (now defunct) and more recently Celebrity. Most of our cruises have been to the Caribbean with Canada-New England, Alaska, Panama Canal and transatlantic crossings mixed in. After our prior transatlantic crossings (the Millennium westbound in November 2000 and the Norway eastbound in September 2001), we found that we rather liked the many sea days and the new ports that a crossing can provide.

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