We returned from a wonderful 5 day cruise on the Celebration. There were no outbreaks, the galley was spotless, when we toured it, the ship decks were constantly scrubbed. We would not hesitate to go back but as a first time cruiser, I cannot help but wonder if the facilities are identical on all ships. I am referring more particularly to the design of the toilet bowls on the Celebration.
We noticed the following in our stateroom and I am sure many others noticed the same. It is just not a very pleasant subject to speak of. But let me ask you, if you have you noticed the following:
1-How hard it is to flush the toilet of all its impurities in your stateroom.
2-There is just not enough water to rid the bowl of all its contents. At one point, in port, there was no water.
3-There is a toilet brush, in a bowl beside the toilet. How often is it disinfected.
4-We have all heard of the contaminants dispersed in the air when you flush a commode, at home, with the lid up. Doesn't this hold even more validity on a ship especially when toilet bowls require several flushings and additional water poured in to clean up all the residue?