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In the pool, we met Sal and Cheryl Radakovic of Loxahatchee, who brought her mother, Barbara Taylor of Pittsburgh, with them.
“When she came to visit, we were like ‘What are we gonna do with Mom?” says Cheryl. “We thought ‘Mom likes to gamble! She could gamble on the ship!’”
Sal agrees that they made a good call – “You can pack everything into two days and you get your full cruise experience in a short period of time.”
Part of the full cruise experience, again, is the food, and the Celebration has a lot of it. We tried our best to get to all of it, from the five courses at the Crystal Dining Room to the create-your-own pasta station at the Trattoria Di Gerry, available most of the day, to the chagrin of the button on my jeans.
We also tried the Cove, the more intimate, upscale dining room with the $25 additional fee, and found it absolutely worth it (you can’t beat the insane warm goat cheese pancakes, or the views of the sun setting over the water).
“The Cove was awesome!” reports Kathryn Wheatly, 50, of Port St. Lucie, traveling with her husband’s aunt, 88-year-old Mary Lou Wheatly. “The salmon was great, and we had escargot! I’ve cruised on Carnival, and I think it’s comparable to that.”
Even though the food and activities were good, the ultimate test of a cruise, for me, is the service. And on the Celebration, we found it to be excellent and friendly, from the guy making the pasta at Trattoria Di Gerry to our enthusiastic cabin steward and the guy near the Customs desk at the port who called back on the boat for the shopping bag we’d left while filling out the forms. It might not be expensive, but the crew seemed first class.
‘That’s how it should be,” Bocek says. “Keep the customers happy, and they’ll keep coming back.”