She's a large lady packed to the rafters with things to do!
Highly recommend upgrading to the ultimate dining package with so many speciality restaurants on board it represents great value. If you do only choose a few speciality nights then 150 & Wonderland are not to be missed.
The entertainment schedule is hectic and requires a lot of thought beforehand to ensure that you get to see and watch everything. Production shows and events are of the usual high standard except The Quest which was fairly lame although this was probably because we had Bobby Brown as our Cruise Director - a lovely bloke I'm sure but much more suited to the smaller ships with an older clientele than the largest cruise ship in the world in my opinion.
The entertainment team worked hard to delight us - we particularly enjoyed the moment when the lift doors opened and a guy was inside playing the piano!
Ports of call were all changed due to Irma and Maria which meant that cruise ship traffic was heavy but I am certainly not complaining about that - let's hope BVI, USVI, Puerto Rico and all other affected islands get the help they need to back up and running as soon as possible. We'll most definitely be back next year to spend our tourist dollars with them.
One final word of warning.... Wear a long sleeved top if you ride the abyss. Both of us ended up with nasty bruising and burns!
Great cabin with a partial view of the aqua theatre.