I still hold to my previous statement about the difficulty in Acapulco. I firmly believe they did this for the safety of the passengers. Would you have prefered to have the engines completely give way at sea, and be there without power, water, air, and the ability to control the ship? I think not. This is not one of Celebrity's home ports, and you're failing to take this into consideration. Had it been a home port such as Fort Lauderdale, things would have been handled considerably different, due to the manpower. I think as you think the whole thing through more thouroughly, you'll be able to understand what I'm saying. We have had bad things happen while on cruises, while flying, and also staying in hotels. You just have to learn to make the best of it. Things are bound to get better, and I'm sure Celebrity will make good on your cruise.