First note that this was NOT with Quark Expeditions but with Zegrahm Expeditions, which leased the same ship. Thus this is NOT A REVIEW OF QUARK! Just the ship and itinerary as done by Zegrahm. Zegrahm is however owned by the same parent company as Quark. There is no entry for Zegrahm above. This was an all-included cruise, including beer and wine at lunch and dinner and the numerous parties. All I paid for was a couple of mixed drinks and laundry.
Also, we did a circumnavigation of South Georgia with a couple of stops in the Falkland Islands. The debarkation was at Ushuaia.
First the clientele: old and rich but almost all very fit says it all. I think this goes with circumnavigations of South Georgia without also visiting Antarctica too.
Small but OK. This cabin is on the second from lowest level. Had a porthole that could be closed by a metal cover, which was reassuring during the bad weather. This cabin is a bit forward of the ships balance point, which is at about cabin 214; it clearly is less bumpy there. Try to get close to 214. The lowest level is even less bumpy. The tea parlor is good to sit in during bumpy weather.
The toilet is small but works fine.