Celebrity Century Cruise Review to Transatlantic
Ship: Celebrity Century
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 9 years ago
Review SummaryCelebrity has long been our favorite cruise line. We have 14+ cruises with them. This is the first cruise with them in which we were somewhat disappointed. First, the good points. The Century was recently refitted and 'stretched.' The updated decor and furnishings are attractive. The not-so-good points: General impression is that the dining staff is less experienced than on prior cruises. Ship operations seem less organized. The crew does, however, work extremely hard.
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Don't Miss: The souks were very interesting as was the opportunity to get up close and personal with camels and to see goats climb trees.
Don't Miss: Enjoyed the botanical gardens a great deal.
Don't Miss: If you are an architecture fan, this is a must-do excursion.
Don't Miss: We enjoyed the Tapas tasting tour offerred at this port.
Don't Miss: Don't miss the 'Lord Nelson' satirical statue and the full-sized sailing ship (the Maria) in the center of town.
Pros: The ports of call and relaxing days at sea.
Cons: Being on a ship experiencing the Norwalk virus and the fact that some Moroccan port calls were cancelled.