The staff were, as always, very accomodating, especially as we had to have support to get on and off the ship. Some of the sloped door entry ramps weren't flush and proved abit of a problem but not so much that it spoilt it, they just need to go around with a wheelchair and rectify some of them.
The food and waiting staff were brilliant, especially with supporting my mother who didn't like to sit in the wheelchair at dinner, so they helped he to a chair.
Everyone on board were friendly and we made some nice friend during the cruise, especially the ladies on our dinning table.
My mother thoroughly enjoyed the balcony and liked to watch us dock each morning and the stars each night.
The shows & other entertainment was really good but the seating for wheelchair users was too far away, so we found a space nearer where the wheelchair fitted adequately. It would have been good if the staff had thought about this area as a possible space for wheelchair users rather than only offering the back of the theatre.
We didn't have time to visit everything on the ship so will be back but on a newer ship than the Voyager of the Seas.
Smooth embarkation but a lift wasn't working so we had to enter through the lower (staff) deck and missed out on having a souvenir photo.