The advantages of going on a small cruise ship is its easy to get on and off without a huge crowd. Checkin was easy so was disembarking and finding your luggage.
The crew as usual was great, helpful visible, the ship was spotless, service was impeccable as always.
This was an unusual cruise with 3 large groups totaling over 200, all American and young. This changed the vibe of the cruise, in my opinion for the better. Lots of people in their 20-30s range and a few kids.
Response from BonnieM, CBO - Azamara Club Cruises
Just watch the door. It can't be dead bolted from the inside as it is a disabled suite. The light switch on the inside to automatically open the door is next to the bathroom light, so you can get into an embarrassing situation in the evenings. I just left the bathroom light on all the time so I didn't have to use the light switch.
Also there is no way to lock the cabin attendants or your butler out. So I left the closet door open so if they tried to get in while I was in the bathroom they would hit the door and leave. The only other way is to always use the card saying do not disturb or make my room up. This wasn't really true it just meant I'm in or out.