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Thomas L. Stanton Sr.

Age: 56

Occupation:sales

Number of Cruises: 24

Cruise Line: Celebrity

Ship: Century

Sailing Date: April 23rd, 2005

Itinerary: Western Caribbean


First the positives. The food quality was excellent as was the service in every department of the ship. The entertainment in the theatre was great. The whole cruise was a very good with just a couple exceptions. The common areas of the ship are very worn and not appealing at all. They are clean enough but the furniture is worn out, the cushions sag and it looks quite bad. The tender service is a nightmare, they use their own lifeboats instead of hiring local tenders. We had at least a 2 hour wait for a tender in Grand Cayman. One of the employees told us that it is like that every time they tender. The entertainment in the lounges was not that great. The performers can not speak decent English so it was very hard to understand them. We were told that it would be the end of 2006 before she gets refurbished, if this is the case she will be really rough by then. This is our second cruise on the Century in 2 years and I will probably book one of their newer ships for our next cruise. Like I said in the beginning the service and food quality was great, but when you book a premium cruise line and pay premium prices you expect everything to be top notch.

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