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Rome (Civitavecchia) to the Eastern Caribbean Cruise Reviews

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Disappointed

Review for Celebrity Reflection to Caribbean - Eastern

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Binbrook75
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

Left from Civitavecchia, Italy. After being dropped off by shuttle it was a treacherous walk from gate of Port Security with our heavy luggage to find information on how to get to the ship. Upon arrival by bus we were told we had to get tags and check our luggage in. We have always carried our luggage on all the other ships before so we were upset. Check-in was speedy and rooms were ready upon ...
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Sail Date: October 2015

Cabin Type: Deluxe Ocean View with Verandah 2A


Overall, great cruise with family

Review for Celebrity Reflection to Caribbean - Eastern

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inishmuse
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

Overall, we enjoyed out trip on the Celebrity Reflection. We spanned many ages from age 10, my youngets, to 70s, my parents. Things I really liked: *LOVED the buffet food! In fact, ate in the buffet instead of seated dining most of the cruise. Found the waiters in the seated dining a bit too much (way over the top friendly, etc). and enjoyed the independence of the buffet. *Liked the ...
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Sail Date: June 2014

Traveled with children


Not out of choice again

Review for Navigator of the Seas to Caribbean - Eastern

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gunner2412
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

Our party of four left Heathrow at 06.45 bound for Rome airport aboard Alitalia as part of RCI's all inclusive price. At that time in the morning we were expecting to receive a moderate breakfast but no, we only got half a cup of coffee and a small packet of biscuits. Not off to a very good start. The clearance from Rome airport to the ship was very efficient and after collecting our cases they ...
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Sail Date: September 2013


Solstice Class ships make life easy for

Review for Celebrity Equinox to Caribbean - Eastern

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JARSODAK
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

My husband travels in a wheelchair and Solstice Class ships make life easy. We selected this cruise because we could see the Holy Land and the Pyramids on the same adventure. The rest was icing on the cake. We spent the night in Rome at the Hotel Cicerone, which is centrally located with opportunities for excursions on foot to virtually any of the landmarks except the Coliseum. The land ...
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Sail Date: November 2010

Traveled with disabled person


Nice but NOT that nice

Review for Royal Clipper to Caribbean - Eastern

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veindoc
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

Our 08 cruise to the Black Sea was not as much fun as previous trips and so when our niece announced he wedding in Croatia, we decided to see if we could cruise before the ceremony. We selected the cruise because the last port was close to our destination and we had never done the "sailing vessel" thing before. We liked the idea of only 200 guests. My observations are possibly tainted as I have ...
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Sail Date: July 2009


Not for Everyone

Review for Legend of the Seas to Caribbean - Eastern

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Joel
First Time Cruiser

So my wife and I heard from numerous people how great cruising is and of course all the comments on "try not to gain too much weight". Well after coming back from a 12 day cruise, I actually lost 3 lbs from being on Legend of the Seas. Maybe we have too high standard for food, but having breakfast options of 1) lukewarm scrambled eggs 2) lukewarm pancakes 3) lukewarm french toast 4) hot chef made ...
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Sail Date: July 2008


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