Great way to see the UK highlights. We were not interested in the stop in France, but a lot of cruisers wanted to see Paris or the WW2 sights. In my opinion, I would have preferred a strictly UK route with 2 days in Dublin. The day in Dublin was way too short as the ship was a muster boat down and the wait to go ashore was over an hour and disorganized. It was a short day in port anyway so we really did not get to see much of Dublin at all. They need 2 days there as the muster to shore takes up so much time. We loved Belfast and the tour out to Giants Causeway is beautiful. We ate most of our meals at the quick buffet which had a great variety of fruits, breads and meats and plenty of choices. We also grabbed cheeseburgers with fries when we wanted. The Dining Room provided good selections and lovely service and we ended up going there on 5 evenings. The evening entertainment was hard to take advantage of as you needed to be there a half hour ahead of the performance to get a seat. The venue is too small for the number of cruisers even with 2 performances nightly. We enjoyed the times we got in, but missed out most of the time due to not enough seating. The staff is friendly and does a good job keeping things going. The ship washers/dryers were always in demand and there were long waits to use them. Plan to wait your turn and bring along the pop in detergents like I did as only powder is available to buy.
Loved the bed and service provided. The closet is generous. The shower is really small but sufficient for what you need.