Cole | September 11, 2014 | Celebrity Cruises | Celebrity Summit
Summit is showing her age. The interior has been refurbished and is fine, but the exterior leaves a lot to be desired – it is rusty and in need of painting. The pool in the solarium was rusty and occasionally had brown scum on the surface. The main pool was icy cold and not well maintained. On the subject of age we have never seen so many zimmer frames, wheel chairs and mobility scooters. Disembarkation was delayed by more than an hour because, in the words of a crew member, there were so many wheelchairs.
On a positive note, dining in Blu restaurant was excellent, the food and service superb. Entertainment was first class – best we have seen.
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