Another great Regent cruise!After a rocky embarkation due to computer issues, we boarded our lovely ship and started to relax. Unfortunately, some people never found their sea legs or sea brains. A large number of pushy, rude people seemed to populate the ship--refugees from Carnival? A few well behaved children were on board as well.
The food was very good-- all great meals with very attentive service. The coffee bar in the morning was a great place to meet and greet with expertly prepared coffee.
The pool area, while crowded was somewhat short staffed-- but it was service with a smile as usual and good service for the numbers reclining on the comfy chaises!
We did not attend any of the entertainment--so can't comment there. Nassau needs to off the list--it was the Navigator and about 12000 other passengers in port. A bit much and a bit crowded.
Our cabin was always neatened up very quickly, morning and night, and although we don't use the butler service a lot, it sure is nice to have. My husband became a convert to afternoon tea and trivia as well!
Disembarkation was VERY smooth and well handled.
Our main issue was the attitude of some of the passengers-- it was really a floor show with some of them. It created a great diversion for those of us waiting for our tours to be called!
We booked while on board for next January and will look forward to our next cruise with Regent.