Celebration (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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3 out of 5

An Allright cruise

Sail Date: August 01, 2006

Reviewed: 10 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Inside

Had a great time I even won the contest of having the most hair. The food on board was not bad but very little choise at night for snacks(very little) and they would never leave off sause's on food if asked. room service was great and the director was the best of any cruse I ever been on.

Pros: The director was great and very active/funny

Cons: The food

Ship Quality
Ship was in very good condition for it's age and size. I was very happy to see how nice they keep it.
Food and Dining
If you are like many people that can not wait for the food you should not go on this ship. At night you choices are packaged choc chip cookies and cold coffee evey night but one.They will not help you get any special meal or even take gravy off your meal. You will not say like most cruises the food the food.
Service and Staff
everyone was great.
Entertainment
pleanty to do all day long.
Children's Programs
Cabin / Stateroom
Very clean and great service. You will be very happy with your room and service.
Nassau, Bahamas
Ship got us off with very little wait. Eveyone was ready to take us where we needed to go. Great job!


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