my daughter and I had a great time on Thomson's Majesty. although it isn't a massive ship it had everything we needed. the staff were fantastic and couldn't do enough for us. the cabin crew on our deck Zornitas and Samy were lovely, friendly and helpful. the seven seas and four seasons restaurants served great food and the waiters were very efficient, helpful and good fun they often entertained us with there singing. there is a self service restaurant on deck 10 which is open most of the day. it also serves afternoon tea with a variety of cakes sandwiches and cream scones and late night burgers chips hot dogs etc. This cruise is for people who like to do casual though you do get the chance to dress up in your evening ware for the captains cocktail party.
For the energetic there's a small gym and there's a wellness centre for those who like a bit of pampering.
there's always something going on from bingo to quizzes during the day and the evening entertainment extremely good.
we went on two shore excursions which I think are over priced the one to Casablanca I would recommend our guide was very informative and funny but we would have liked more time then the twenty minutes we had to look round the market. In Malaga we took a taxi from the port to the town centre which cost 10 euros. In Gibralter we shared a tour taxi to see the apes etc. which cost us 22 euros including the 10 euro entrance fee to the attractions. you can also take the cable car up the rock.