we have been on 46. Cruises before this one,embarkation was very good,the first shock came with the cabin,the ship had a section added to the centre of the ship in November,we where allocated a NEW cabin in this section,the wardrobe is 18 wide,my wife managed to get some of her dresses hung in the space,but there was no room to hang any other clothes,my formal night wear was left in our suitcase under the bed with all our other clothes,we complained,before we unpacked,and asked for somebody to show us where our clothes where to hang,the drawer space was o.k. For swimming wear,and t-shirts,but nowhere for dress shirts,and blouses,The shows in the theatre where watchable,the other entertainment was DIRE,every night in was hour after of hour of trying to get you on to the dance floor to learn how to do various dances !!! This went on every night for 2or3 hours,the singer in the British bar was good,but smoking was allowed,you could cut the smoke with a knife !!!,the library bar was small,the band must have though they where in theatre,they played as loud as they could,the entertainment team worked very hard,always with a smile on there faces,the front desk very good,always helpful,food is not great,but it is a cheap cruise line,so we did not expect lobster,the buffet on deck 11,is nightmare on breakfast mornings,a scramble to find a table,if it had not been about the cabin,we found the rest of the cruise value for money,when passengers got on at the stop,a lot where down complaining about the wardrobe space,so beware if you are allocated a so called new cabin,we got moved after 3days,to an original cabin,to much wardrobe space !!!
New cabins only suitable for single travellers,the desk had lots of complaints,about lack of hanging space,the wardrobe is only 18inches wide,the new cabins are also much smaller,than the other older cabins.