Celebrity Constellation Cruise Review to Canada, New England, New York

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Sail Date: October 16, 2006

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The Constellation is in superb condition despite its constant use for nearly five years since its inaugural voyage. The stateroom was clean, the furniture in excellent shape and the balcony inviting and quite usable. The quality of the food was, as usual for Celebrity, typical of a fine restaurant. The staff on the ship was very attentive, especially towards the many physically challenged guests onboard. The entertainment was excellent, especially the performance by Cirque Du Soliel. The ports were all interesting. We especially enjoyed the visit to Quebec City. I will say that the photo people were distinctly amateurish. The first formal night photo didn't turn out, and on the third formal night the photographer dropped the batteries from her camera and they rolled under a couple of tables.

Pros: Ports, Food, Service, Cabin, Condition of Ship.

Cons: Photographic service, charges for things which had been free of charge on past cruises.

Bar Harbor, Maine
Acadia National Park was astounding in its fall beauty.
Don't Miss: The Park.
Bar Harbor, Maine
Acadia National Park was astounding in its fall beauty.
Don't Miss: The Park.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Just another medium sized city - nothing exceptional. We could have been in Omaha. But the beer was good.
Don't Miss: Garrison Brewery Tour and Tasting (Free and near the port).
Quebec City, Quebec
Just a beautiful and somehat exotic (for Americans) city. The visit to Montmorency Falls was interesting but when you have ween one waterfall you have seen them all.
Don't Miss: Ste. Anne De Beaupre Basilica.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Just another medium sized city - nothing exceptional. We could have been in Omaha. But the beer was good.
Don't Miss: Garrison Brewery Tour and Tasting (Free and near the port).
Portland, Maine
An interesting and historic New England port city. We were struck by the mid-Victorian architecture.
Don't Miss: The Victoria House Museum.
Portland, Maine
An interesting and historic New England port city. We were struck by the mid-Victorian architecture.
Don't Miss: The Victoria House Museum.
Quebec City, Quebec
Just a beautiful and somehat exotic (for Americans) city. The visit to Montmorency Falls was interesting but when you have ween one waterfall you have seen them all.
Don't Miss: Ste. Anne De Beaupre Basilica.
Boston, Massachusetts
The Public Garden and the Common.
Don't Miss: The Public Garden.
Boston, Massachusetts
The Public Garden and the Common.
Don't Miss: The Public Garden.


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