Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

Contributor Level: Deck Hand

Experience
2-3 cruises

Review
1

Helpful Vote
1

4 out of 5

Fantastic Vacation

Sail Date: December 17, 2006

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family (young children)

Room Type: Balcony

The Millenium is a family friendly ship which offers the elegance desired by everyone.

Pros: The expert staff

Cons: The debarkation experience

Recommends Celebrity Millennium? Yes!

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
The beaches are beautiful! The scenery is breath taking. The marineland (?)/aquarium was a waste of time and money. The whole experience only took 45 minutes to see for $20.00.
Nassau, Bahamas
The seahorse snorkeling and sailing excursion was enjoyable once the excursion company split up the group onto two catamarans. Originally the excursion was exceptionally overbooked by approx. 50 people and resulted in alot of angry tourists. The excursion also needs to change from sailing to power boating. The boat is powered by a motor not sail
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Old San Juan is a marvelous town filled with tremendous historical sights. We wish we had alloted ourselves more time to tour the city. The rain forest tour was enjoyable but would have been more enjoyable if there was more time alloted to walking down the pathways.
Don't Miss: Do not miss Old San Juan!!
Casa De Campo, Dominican Republic
The shore excursion titled "Countryside Tour" was a disappointment. We were taken on an open top truck down miles of dirt roads to the center of acres of sugar cane fields. There were 18 people pushed together on the ride with no room to move or even take a deep breath. The guide barely spoke english and was unable to answer even the simplest questions. It was interesting to see sugar cane but otherwise the 3 hour tour was less than enjoyable.
Nassau, Bahamas
The seahorse snorkeling and sailing excursion was enjoyable once the excursion company split up the group onto two catamarans. Originally the excursion was exceptionally overbooked by approx. 50 people and resulted in alot of angry tourists. The excursion also needs to change from sailing to power boating. The boat is powered by a motor not sail
Casa De Campo, Dominican Republic
The shore excursion titled "Countryside Tour" was a disappointment. We were taken on an open top truck down miles of dirt roads to the center of acres of sugar cane fields. There were 18 people pushed together on the ride with no room to move or even take a deep breath. The guide barely spoke english and was unable to answer even the simplest questions. It was interesting to see sugar cane but otherwise the 3 hour tour was less than enjoyable.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Old San Juan is a marvelous town filled with tremendous historical sights. We wish we had alloted ourselves more time to tour the city. The rain forest tour was enjoyable but would have been more enjoyable if there was more time alloted to walking down the pathways.
Don't Miss: Do not miss Old San Juan!!
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
The beaches are beautiful! The scenery is breath taking. The marineland (?)/aquarium was a waste of time and money. The whole experience only took 45 minutes to see for $20.00.


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