Celebrity Millennium Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

Deck Hand

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7+ cruises

Review
1

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4 out of 5

Nice cruise

Sail Date: January 27, 2008

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

The ship is nice, although in no way superior to other best cruise lines. Very efficient embarkation and disembarkation. Great staff. Excellent food. Excellent entertainment. Unfortunately, the upscale image of the cruise was quite shattered when I after 20 minutes of frustrating Internet browsing I found out that they had blocked Skype to prevent passengers from calling at Skype rates. Even hotels do not do it!

Pros: Food: excellent cuisine and service

Cons: Internet connection with Skype blocked!

Recommends Celebrity Millennium? Yes!

San Juan, Puerto Rico
Nice city to wonder around once. Would be a complete bore the second time. The nearby beaches are not woth mentioning.
Labadee (Cruiseline Private Island)
Nice island, good beaches. Perfect place to relax and enjoy the tropics, especially in winter. They added a new attraction: a huge zip line from a mountain to the beach. Looks like fun, but costs $80 for a 4 minute slide after lengthy preparations.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Nice city to wonder around once. Would be a complete bore the second time. The nearby beaches are not woth mentioning.
Road Town, Tortola, B.V.I.
Beautiful island, completely defiled by the inhabitants. One huge junk car yard. It was very windy, so nearby beaches were more fit for surfing than swimming. The one beach where the locals said would be nicer was in the airport area and too far to make within the available time slot. Huge disappointment. Probably the least attractive among all the Carribean islands we have visited.
Labadee (Cruiseline Private Island)
Nice island, good beaches. Perfect place to relax and enjoy the tropics, especially in winter. They added a new attraction: a huge zip line from a mountain to the beach. Looks like fun, but costs $80 for a 4 minute slide after lengthy preparations.
Casa De Campo, Dominican Republic
Went on a catamaran snorkeling tour to Catalina island. Nice ride, very little life underwater. Also, right there in the port there is a Don Qu Rum House: very good rums with sampling and explanations - an alternative to the Bacardi factory excursion taking over 3 hours.
Casa De Campo, Dominican Republic
Went on a catamaran snorkeling tour to Catalina island. Nice ride, very little life underwater. Also, right there in the port there is a Don Qu Rum House: very good rums with sampling and explanations - an alternative to the Bacardi factory excursion taking over 3 hours.
Road Town, Tortola, B.V.I.
Beautiful island, completely defiled by the inhabitants. One huge junk car yard. It was very windy, so nearby beaches were more fit for surfing than swimming. The one beach where the locals said would be nicer was in the airport area and too far to make within the available time slot. Huge disappointment. Probably the least attractive among all the Carribean islands we have visited.


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