We really loved our cruise, and for the most past, it was perfect. Expensive, but that wasn't unexpected. A bit of a cluster getting on, everyone is herded into a big tent on the dock, where they hand our free popcorn and cotton candy (let's sugar those kids up early, hey?). There's very little direction on where to sit, and when they start boarding, the people in the back of the tent can't hear the announcer person, a woman with a very soft voice. Once they get the herd up the gangplank it's elevator time, see more on that below.
FOOD: The food in the dining rooms was excellent! The Windjammer buffet, not so much, but then again, it's like a Wal-Mart up there. The Jade area of the buffet had some nice selections though, if you could angle past the tantrum-ing 8 year olds and the myriad scooters.
The Sorrento's pizza place on deck 5 came in handy when you missed the buffet and dining room, but they really need to work on keeping the pizza hot and their late night offerings up to par. They actually served some cold bread with velveeta slices on it and called it a focaccia. Johnny Rockets was good, we were up there on a night with high winds and the deck doors were locked, so it was rather quiet. Juke boxes didn't work though, computer issues, see more on that below. Nice for a change :) Go there in a storm, for sure.
Loved this cabin. Very comfy, lots of room and storage. The deck patio dividers rattle in high wind though.
Cancelled due to high winds.
This was the embarkation point.