I was on the same cruise. My only disappointment was skipping port of St John's Bay of Fundy and leaving 2 hours early at port of Bar Harbor Maine
Review by Cruiser80152942
In response to review, Froggylein says ...
Thanks for the review, I look forward to cruising on the Royal or the Regal in the future.
Thank you for posting your review, although I'm a little bewildered by the n/a review title :/
Water cabin pressure issues should have been brought up while still on the ship. It varies, literally from cabin to cabin on any given ship. If you shower during a prime time period, the problem gets worse. Now if you want a larger shower, you can book a higher cabin class to get one... but it will cost ya!
Last point about formal night... that point is debated far and wide because of the changing and loosening dress codes. There are a few issues in play here. First, many ships describe their dress code as "suggested" or "recommended". So it is not a hard and fast rule. Secondly, some people really just don't care about it - period.
When we travel and don't feel like dressing up for formal night, we go to the casual dining venues on ship. Other passengers don't feel they should have to miss the MDR experience regardless of how they are dressed. There is widespread agreement that proper MDR dress is slipping with no discernible means to an agreeable happy medium. The maitre d' and staff are the ones letting people into the MDR in their informal attire. Not sure what to tell you other than, get used to it until such time as the crew enforces some of its own rules.
I have not sailed on this ship but I did go on a Lunch & Tour of it. She looked lovely.