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Celebrity Summit

1 of 10 Celebrity Cruises ships

This spacious and hospitable ship features an eleven deck high atrium, a conservatory and extensive sports facilities. It offers a fine cruise experience in a good selection of tastefully decorated public rooms. Passengers on the Summit tend to be 40+ and mostly American. When all cabins have double occupancy, the ship provides a space ratio of 46.7 tons per passenger and a crew to passenger ratio of one for every 2 passengers. At full capacity the space ratio is 37.2 tons per passenger and the crew ratio is one to 2.4 passengers.

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Tony Acutt
9 years 4 months ago
My wife and I took a cruise on summit for our 25th anniversay. It was our first cruise and we were hoping it was going to be everything we'd been told to expect. It was and more!
The ship is stunning. The decor and overall ambience was first class with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
The cabins are not large, but very very comfortable and every time we left it, it was tidied and cleaned and all the towels replaced. Our room attendant Mahmodi was really friendly and helpfull and always there. It became a bit of a challenge to come back to the cabin and not have him pop up from somewhere with a cheery greeting! We became convinced he must sleep outside our door!
His attitude was mirrored by every other member of staff on the ship. Every one of them would greet you everytime you passed them without fail.
In the resteraunt it was the same. Each table had a waiter, an assistant waiter, and a wine waiter. All of which were very attentive and more than happy to discuss the menu and wine with you. The only thing we found a little dissapointing was that we booked the late sitting which was stated as being 8 o'clock. It wasn't it was 8.45 which means if you chatting with new found friends, you won't finsh dinner until almost 11pm which was a bit late to then go to the club. Just bear in mind when deciding that the early sitting is 6 o'clock and if you've been on an all day excursion it'll be a rush to get ready for dinner.
The portions of the main course are not large, but if your a big eater like me you can have as much from the menu as you like! And even ask for more!
On the evening of our anniversry we had twenty of the staff surround our table and sing to us after presenting us with a personnalised cake and bottle of champagne which went nicely with the other bottle already left in our room along with flowers that morning!

All of the excursions are carefully planned out, and there was never an occasion where we were left to wonder what happened next. Some however are a little expensive and I would suggest that if you don't particularly want a guided tour, don't pay for the 'on your own' trips. Our Rome on your own was basically a drop off and pick up by coach and cost $170 which was a bit much when you think that at the dock side there are a hundred taxi's all willing to negotiate for your business and would take you into Rome for ten euros!
The excorted trips though are excellent and the guides really know there stuff, and you are looked after very well.
On the ship there is plenty to do during the days at sea, and it's impossible to get bored. There are events happening all through the day and evening and you can do as much or as little as you want.
The shows in the theatre are excellent. I read reviews before we travelled that said they were a bit second class, believe me they're not! The stage and sets are as good as you'll see in any west end show and the singers and dancers are amazing. You won't miss any of the shows because they're on twice. Early for the late diners and late for the early diners.
Overall I would not hesitate to reccomend this ship to anyone, regardless of which cruise your taking.
In a word....Awsome!

Travel operator: celebrity

11 years ago
We have just sailed Panama Canal and had the best holiday ever. We have cruised 6 or so times before, and without a doubt this ship was the friendliest and most professional we have been on. The food was excellent,service second to none, public areas spectacular, staff were great, and the entertainment was amazing every night. We had no complaints or niggles at all, everything about every day was wonderful. We also meet some wonderful people from many different countries. Would definately recommend this ship, and Celebrity are well worth sailing with.

Travel operator: Celebrity

12 years 2 months ago
Last November my husband and I went on the Summit for a cruise from LA through the Panama Canal visiting 8 ports throughout the 14 night cruise finishing in Fort Lauderdale. I had never wanted to go on a cruise thinking it would be more suited for 60+ ages. Me and my other half are early 40's and very young at heart. Anyway we went as we wanted to see the wonders of the Panama Canal. We could not find any fault whatsoever with the whole cruise experience. It was five star treatment all the way there. The people on board were of all ages, older than us and some younger than us. By the end of the cruise you feel like one big family even if you don't like to socialise much. The food was outstanding, fresh everyday, the staff were the nicest and helpful I have ever experienced they were from all over the world and spoke fantastic english apparantly they were 60 different nationalies.The theatre which could hold 700 people had a different show on every night. Sometimes a caberet, a magician, a comedian and a short Cirque du soliel show. I highly recommend this cruise ship and Iv'e heard that their sister ships are the same quality.

Travel operator: CELEBRITY CRUISES


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