Celebrity Constellation Cruise Review to Caribbean

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5 out of 5

Constellation Cruise was Great!

Sail Date: November 27, 2006

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

We enjoyed our cruise on the Constellation very much. This was our 6th cruise and will always be one of our favorites. Our stateroom (inside) was more than adequate (we were not there much anyway). The entertainment was excellent everywhere from the great acts in the theatre to the various bands in the lounge areas including the party band, a string quartet, an awesome duo, and a guitarist. You really never needed to leave the ship unless you wanted to. We always went ashore if only for a little while, and the embark/debark always went smoothly (a rare thing in our experience). Our favorite stop was Panama since we had never been there and wanted to see the Canal. We took the Ferry Locks Tour and highly recommend it.

Pros: Entertainment, Cirque Soleil was awesome

Cons: No booze unless paying bar price

Recommends Celebrity Constellation? Yes!

Cozumel, Mexico
Been here before, but again the snorkelling is great. Pancho's Garden has great Margaritas.
Don't Miss: Snorkelling or scuba.
George Town, Grand Cayman
Been there before, but always like to get off and walk around a bit. There is a great free snorkelling area just to your right as you exit the ship. Also, a bar called Paradise where you can sip a Margarita and watch the snorkelling and ships.
Don't Miss: Snorkelling, the water is clear as crystal.
George Town, Grand Cayman
Always enjoy Grand cayman, even thou we been there before.
Colon, Panama
ferry tour thru the Canal
George Town, Grand Cayman
Always enjoy Grand cayman, even thou we been there before.
Oranjestad, Aruba
Enjoyed seeing the town, and walking around.
Puerto Limon, Costa Rica
We have heard many good things about Costa Rica, but were not impressed with this port. We did not take any tours here, but got off to walk around. After getting about a block into the city, we turned around and went back to the ship. All ot the young children begging for a handout was very sad.
Puerto Limon, Costa Rica
Cozumel, Mexico
shopping
Colon, Panama
ferry tour thru the Canal
Cozumel, Mexico
shopping
Oranjestad, Aruba
Enjoyed seeing the town, and walking around.
Puerto Limon, Costa Rica
Cozumel, Mexico
Been here before, but again the snorkelling is great. Pancho's Garden has great Margaritas.
Don't Miss: Snorkelling or scuba.
Oranjestad, Aruba
First time here, and we enjoyed it very much. Hope to come back soon. We took the Taste of the Island Tour and recommend that if you are new. Went to see the "Broken Bridge", the Aloe plant tour, and the waves on the North shore.
Puerto Limon, Costa Rica
We have heard many good things about Costa Rica, but were not impressed with this port. We did not take any tours here, but got off to walk around. After getting about a block into the city, we turned around and went back to the ship. All ot the young children begging for a handout was very sad.
Oranjestad, Aruba
First time here, and we enjoyed it very much. Hope to come back soon. We took the Taste of the Island Tour and recommend that if you are new. Went to see the "Broken Bridge", the Aloe plant tour, and the waves on the North shore.
Colon, Panama
If you have never been to the Canal, take the Ferry tour of the Locks. We were bussed to Gamboa where we boarded the Ferry and cruised thru 2 of the 3 locks to the Pacific side. We had a guide who was very informative and explained the history and the workings of the locks.
Don't Miss: Canal tour.
George Town, Grand Cayman
Been there before, but always like to get off and walk around a bit. There is a great free snorkelling area just to your right as you exit the ship. Also, a bar called Paradise where you can sip a Margarita and watch the snorkelling and ships.
Don't Miss: Snorkelling, the water is clear as crystal.
Colon, Panama
If you have never been to the Canal, take the Ferry tour of the Locks. We were bussed to Gamboa where we boarded the Ferry and cruised thru 2 of the 3 locks to the Pacific side. We had a guide who was very informative and explained the history and the workings of the locks.
Don't Miss: Canal tour.


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