Overall, a good experience for a first time cruiser. Staff and service was terrific.
Was not looking for much in the way of distraction, but it did seem that the entertainment such as Burt Bacharach tribute, and other such entertainment was a little dated. A little behind the times. Food quality overall was decent. House keeping good. Ship seems to need an update. I thought prior to departure that I had read that the ship went through a recent renovation. Not the case.
Shore excursion operators would very good with enthusiastic guides.
Total Passengers: 700
Total Crew: 445
Crew to Passenger Ratio: 1.57
Built: Jan 2001
Refurbished: 4 yrs ago
Number of Decks: 8
Total Cabins: 0
Cabin Categories: 13
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Don't miss Trivia on Deck 12 at 4:30 everyday.
Book a cabin below Deck 10, so you do not hear the restaurant movement and the pool deck chairs.
If doing a back to back, make sure you have a cabin key card that doesn't become obsolete the second segment otherwise you may find yourself off the ship and not able to get back on.