Celebrity Century Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

Contributor Level: Third Mate

7+ cruises


Helpful Votes

3 out of 5

experienced cruisers

Sail Date: September 15, 2013

Reviewed: 3 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Inside

Positives included efficient boarding/no hassle disembarking. Ports of call enjoyable despite intermittent rain/ temp in low 60's. VanCouver's Greenville Market; downtown Victoria/Empress Hotel/Chinatown worth a visit; Scagway colorful; Sitka/Junea/Prince Rupert less so - would consider a tour in these ports. Alaska scenery breathtaking. On board naturalist talks not to be missed-excellent. Negatives included mediocre service in restaurants (eg cafeteria ran out of lids for take-out coffee cups on day 4); table clearing slow/hard to find open tables for am cafeteria breakfasts. Main restaurant very noisy/seating crowded with limited chair space. Food in cafeteria repetetive/mediocre. Nothing spectacular about the ship/food displays. Would definitely recommend an alaska cruise; would not recommend this particular ship/crew- can do better elsewhere.
Ship Quality
nothing memorable
Food and Dining
cafeteria mediocre;main dining noisy
Cabin / Stateroom
Service and Staff
variable- last cruise of alaska season and it showed
Onboard Activities


naturalist talks excellent; horizon lounge good place to view scenery without getting wet/cold

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