Embarkation a little slow - really don't like having to sign credit card info after boarding ship and "starting vacation".Food service was typical of cruising - some nites better than others. Servers were very accommodating.Saga theatre shows signs of age - but shows were well done. Crowd management handled professionally.Cabin in DD cat was excellent - but be careful - cabins are not "cookie-cutter" as on the newer ships. Ask sq. footage.Hot tubs could use some sprucing up.Even though it is "old" as far as ships go - it has a quality that is almost magical. It is an "ocean liner" of days gone by! My husband and I sailed in Sept. 2002 and while on board booked our annual family cruise (8 people)for Aug. 2003. We were very saddened to hear of the accident and the tragic loss of life. Our thoughts and prayers to the crew and their families.We are very encouraged and hopeful that the grand ship will be back sailing from Florida soon. We will be passengers on her as long as she sails the sea. And we truly want our family to experience her.
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