We had a great cruise, weather was magnificent, water was calm all week long. Cruise was Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Falmouth Jamaica. Couldn't ask for a better cruise. The staff on the ship was courteous, friendly and seemed eager to make your experience the best ever.
Dining was good, ate at Chops three times including the Wine paring dinner which was excellent, Giovani's Table once and the food there was also very good, Sabor once and had a very nice meal there. main dining room "my time" twice. Both times we were seated in the same area and had the same waiter and assistant waiter. Both were excellent. The Windjammer as usual is pretty good buffet style food, but lots of variety, although they didn't have any smoked Salmon or Lox which my wife enjoys. another thing, they used to have really beautiful Ice sculptures, and sculptures from Watermelons and other fruits, sadly this also has gone away, I suppose they are economizing every way they can.
Ice Dancin' was really nice. We aren't gamblers so we only walked through the Casino, but we did spend a lot of time in the R Bar which is a Martini Bar that is located where the Champagne Bar was before. The Bartenders were really entertaining and made great drinks. My wife lover it, partially because the two bartenders Guy and gal were from her home country.
Cabin was great, very spacious, clean and we had everything we could have asked for. a big nice balcony with two comfortable chairs and a nice table. Of course your cabin attendant adds or detracts from your view about your cabin. our attendant was excellent, friendly, cheerful and always around when you needed anything.
Did not take a shore excursion, my wife and I walked around the downtown area, shopped in a few of the nicer shops and ate a really nice lunch at Guy Harvey's Restaurant. The highlight of the day was having a Guy Harvey T-shirt autographed by the man himself. His office is above the store next to his restaurant and the sales staff encourage folks to go upstairs and have him autograph their items. I lover Cayman, just wish my wife liked to dive as some of my most memorable dives were around Cayman. Tendering to and from the ship is a bit of a pain but if you want to go ashore in places that don't have docking facilities, you have to tender.