Sailed March 29th out of Galveston. After worrying about the oil spill and Triumph infamous sailing last year, we were all very pleased with the ship . Triumphs crew is the friendliest I have sailed with. They went out of their way to accommodate any request we made. The ship itself is clean and nicely decorated. The tile and flooring on the promenade deck is beautiful. When we first arrived the ship had a smell yes a good smell... wood polish and cleaners.. very nice not anything foul at a. Other reviews mention smells but it was not the case. Everyone on board we met was pleasantly surprised at how great the ship was. I previously sailed on RD freedom of the seas and Carnival Conquest. Triumph beats Conquest hands down. And although it is not a mega ship like Freedom, service wise and quality of staff wise it is certainly a very close second on my list. Food was good in the dining hall, some dishes better than others. Guys burgers, and the Blue Iguana were also great lunch spots. I did the behind the scenes tour on the last day. It's great if you get a chance. Meeting the captain and head chefs along with being able to see where crew spend off hours time. I am impressed by the work ethic o. The ship. Don't be afraid to give Triumph a chance. It's a friendly clean and inviting ship . I would sail Triumph again.