This was a very enjoyable cruise, we chose it so we could spend some time in Hawaii before the cruise and also see some of Tahiti, however the long sea day stints were a bit too long with nothing much to do on board those days.
The food was good in both the Dining Room and Windjammers and seemed to be even better the last few days.
We booked the First Night done Right where they choose a specialty restaurant and give you a note in your cabin to let you know which one to go to on the very first night. We received this information on the 3rd day so we found this out on our own by accident , however when I booked this online I was told you could change the restaurant but when I asked to change they wouldnt do it, I was very disappointed as I didn't eat what was served, so I found that was a waste of money and we didn't book another specialty restaurant.
We were given this cabin although we are not disabled, it was twice the size of a normal cabin and was great to have so much space, however there was a lot of noise at all times of the day and night. We can only put it down to the crew moving or running trolleys up and down the passageways behind the cabins.