Once again a great pre xmas break.
A good Dreamliner flight out from Manchester, very easy transfer to the ship, bags arrived in no time. We were given cabin C518 with the extended balcony, couldn't fault the cabin , the location or our steward Merton.
9 islands visited with only Dominica not impressing. Bonaire was particularly good with the snorkelling and diving a must for the active.
The food on the ship has improved from last year. The entertainment was good from the majority of the acts, Clem Cutis was superb, but the on board P&O team were poor and appeared disinterested. The great British Sail Away, which should be a feature of any cruise, was a big disappointment with the P&O entertainment team mumbling and miming there way through most of the songs.
The tales of not being able to get sunbeds are untrue it's just that some people want to congregate in the same area, the ship is vast and there are always beds to be had if you move away from the popular areas. That said there are still the selfish people who snag the beds with their towels not to return for hours. P&O have to address this issue or stop pretending there are rules.
Overall great value for money, a good crowd onboard, roll on next year.
We were given cabin C518 with the extended balcony, couldn't fault the cabin, the location or our steward Merton he was courteous, professional and discreet. A good central location, If your reasonably active you can use the stairs to get anywhere.