Embarkation was a breeze, disembarkation was a breeze. Did not have FTTF, and it still was very organized, and we did not wait long at all to embark or disembark. We choose to have the cruise line take our luggage the night before, so we expected to wait on the ship until we were called, and enjoyed breakfast in the Blush Dining Room at our leisure. There was an emergency outside the dining room right near where we were sitting; it was scary, heart wrenching and time seemed to stand still, but in the end it seemed as if the medical crew did their utmost under the circumstances. Once we were called to disembark, it went very smoothly, and our luggage was right there when we got to the terminal; and the line for customs went pretty quickly; and then, sadly, off we went to the airport.
The Breeze was a beautiful ship, yes it was crowded, the buffet area was crowded, but there was never a problem with lines in the MDR ...The MDR was the ultimate and we were always seated within 10 minutes or less and the food was out of this world!!!! We were a party of 10 and never once had an issue with dining. There is so much to do, and you are never bored, unless you want to be bored. There were a lot of children and never once were we bothered by any of them; they seemed to be having the time of their lives too.
You can do as much as you want, or as little as you want, and no matter where you were or where you went on the ship, there was always a smiling crew member saying hello, good morning, good night or have a great day. There were two pools, always occupied, but there was always room, if you wanted to take the chance.