First the good news: if an issue can be cleared up, the crew will do it. To the person, everyone who worked on the ship took pride in their jobs and went beyond the call. From the light and sound technicians to the chefs, the front and back of house personnel were the most helpful I've seen on a ship.
Food was excellent and the waiter loved her job. We made a request of the chef for a dinner of his choice of Filipino food and he cooked us not one, but two of the best meals I've had outside the RP.
Entertainment was spotty. "Live, Love, Legs" was the better of the two production shows. It was fluffy, with lots of costume changes and attractive singers/dancers. The second show was a jukebox with an odd plot of a sea captain whose soulmate dies, but he meets her again in a dream. Good music, but the book tried too hard to be a real story instead of an excuse to sing pop songs.