Celebration (RETIRED) 33 Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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2-3 cruises


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3 out of 5

Good cruise

Sail Date: August 20, 2007

Reviewed: 9 years ago

Traveled As: Family (young children)

Room Type: Inside

Older ship, needs upgrading

Pros: food at main dinner was good, lots of activities for the children

Cons: not enough varieties of food on lido deck, and not enough activities at night for adult guest, ship was not very clean in some areas

Recommends Celebration (RETIRED) 33? No.

need more entertainment, more things to do at night for the adult guess
Ship Quality
decor needs to upgraded, needs new carpeting, ship needs a makeover
Food and Dining
not enough varieties on the lido deck where there was supposed to be food all the time it was the same thing everyday, burgers and salad, need more variety
Cabin / Stateroom
Service and Staff
Children's Programs
staff was great, always something to do for the kids. The only complaint I have with the camp carnival is that they would not let my two girls stay together and my little one is 5 almost 6 and they would not let her go with the 6-9yr olds. but it worked out and everything was good. they kids really enjoyed themselves they are ready to go on another cruise.
Key West, Florida
do bother with the aquaruim wait until you get to the Bahamas and visit the Atlantis
Nassau, Bahamas
beautiful Island
Don't Miss: the Atlantis

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