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Old 12-21-2009, 07:27 AM
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I am planning on enjoying my first Celebrity cruise so much I hope to book onboard my next Celebrity cruise I believe I have narrowed it down to the Millenium Class and wonder if you wonderful folks can give me insight on booking one ship over the others. I'm looking at be the Summitt to Bermuda, or perhaps a Southern Carribean on the Constellation or Millenium. But my mind is not made up. I have never done a Bermuda cruise, and would love to. I have been put off Southern Carribean because of the amount of kids from Puerto Rico, I don't dislike Puerto Rico or kids, just the overwhelming amount on the ships I have sailed. Maybe a 10-day plus Southern Itinerary would solve that issue ? Thank you in advance for your input.
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All three of your ships are the Millennium class so they will only differ in decor. I've been on both the Millennium and the Summit. I am trying the Infinity (another M-class) in Alaska this coming June. I have a friend who really loves the Constellation. Yes, longer cruises would tend to not have as many children. It also depends on the time frame you are looking at going. Bermuda is a wonderful cruise. It has several beautiful beaches. Some have bigger waves, and smaller beaches like Tobacco beach are more protected. The hop on/off bus is great in Bermuda and you can do a lot by using the bus. It is also good for the ferry across the harbor from Hamilton to King's Wharf. You can get walking maps from the tourist center's which are close to the ports and walk all over the town too and see a lot of history.
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Old 12-21-2009, 07:55 AM
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Thanks Fanatic,
Yeah, I stopped doing Holiday cruises, and try to avoid school breaks, plus all of those are more expensive. I think I want to try a Millenium ship, do you have a preference of the two you have travelled, or are they SO much alike ? Thanks for your input.
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Both very much alike. I like their size.
 
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