Celebrity Cruises Review
Celebrity Cruise Line is typically more high-end than our cheap cruise picks. According to Celebrity Cruise Review on Conde Nast Traveler it is ranked as one of the best cruise lines in the world, so it may be worth the higher price tag. But you can still board a Celebrity Cruise at a bargain rate, especially if you choose a repositioning cruise. For example, Celebrity sometimes offers a spring, 14-night cruise from Miami to Amsterdam on Celebrity Century starting at $799 (just $57/person/night). Don't forget, you need to factor in the one-way cost of getting to the jumping off point or returning home.
Celebrity Cruise offers one of the widest menus of destinations in the cruising world. Various ships cruise to Alaska, Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, the Galapagos, the Pacific Coast, Panama Canal, South America, and Transatlantic. The available shore excursions are vast, as well, and can be booked in advance online. Passenger capacity ranges from 90 (aboard the Celeberity Xpedition, an adventure cruise) to 2,000+ aboard ships such as Celebrity Constellation. Celebrity has made improvements in recent years to make its ships handicapped accessible, too.
There's not much negative to say about Celebrity Cruise Line except that it's a splurge if you don't find a special sale or repositioning cruise deal.